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Today in the World Countries

  • Binara Full Moon Poya Day is being celebrated in Sri Lanka
  • Chuseok (Harvest Festival) is being celebrated in South Korea
  • Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi is being celebrated in Bangladesh
  • Indra Jatra (Kathmandu valley) is being celebrated in Nepal
  • Milad un Nabi is being celebrated in Pakistan
  • Milad-un-Nabi is being celebrated in Sri Lanka
  • Prophet Muhammad's Birthday is being celebrated in Kuwait, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco
  • Statehood Day is being celebrated in Czech Republic
  • The Day after the Prophet's Birthday is being celebrated in Ivory Coast
  • Youman Nabi is being celebrated in Guyana

Today in Astrology

  • People born on this day are Libra as their zodiac sign.

Today in History

On this day in 2029

  • Livia, Political Wife.

Happening Today

  • Laura Cardenes, Religious Leader, born in Dominican Republic.
  • David Dudi Califa, Blogger, born in Israel.

On this day in 2022

  • Bank of England forced to step in to calm markets after mini-budget with tax-cuts by Kwasi Kwarteng drives the pound to its lowest level against the US dollar (close to $1.03).
  • A Barcelona court ordered Shakira to stand trial for six alleged tax crimes, for allegations of tax fraud amounting to €14.5m (£12.9m). Spanish prosecutors said they wanted to jail the superstar for eight years and fine her €23.8m if she was found guilty. At the centre of this row was Shakira's residency status between 2012 and 2014, when prosecutors alleged that she was living in Spain but listing her official residence elsewhere..
  • New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hits his 61st home run of the season, tying Roger Maris's AL record from 1961 in an 8-3 win over Blue Jays in Toronto.
  • Coolio, Rapper.

On this day in 2021

  • British pop singer Barry Ryan died after complications from a lung disorder age 72. As half of Paul & Barry Ryan he scored eight Top 50 singles in the UK and later had the solo hit, ‘Eloise’, which reached No.2 on the UK Singles Chart in 1968..
  • James Bond film "No Time To Die", the last starring Daniel Craig, premieres after an 18 month delay due to the pandemic.
  • Russia reports its highest daily COVID-19 pandemic death toll of 852 amid its third wave of infections with less than half of the population vaccinated with one dose.
  • US National Inventors Hall of Fame announces it will induct two Black women for the first time; Engineer Marian Croak and ophthalmologist Dr. Patricia Bath.
  • Tommy Kirk, American actor (Old Yeller), who died at 79.
  • Tommy Kirk, Movie Actor.
  • " Dr." Lonnie Smith, American jazz Hammond B3 organist (George Benson Quartet; Lou Donaldson), who died of pulmonary fibrosis at 79.
  • Michael Tylo, Soap Opera Actor.
  • Jocelyn Ducharme, TikTok Star.
  • B. Satyaji Rao, Indian cricket umpire (17 Tests 1960-79; 5 x Ranji Trophy finals), who died at 91.
  • Carlisle Floyd, American opera composer (Susanna; Prince of Players), who died at 95.

On this day in 2020

  • COVID-19 pandemic recorded global death toll passes 1 million with over 33 million known cases (Johns Hopkins).
  • Stanley Cup Final, Rogers Place, Edmonton, Alberta: Tampa Bay Lightning claim second championship in franchise history with a 2-0 Game 6 win over Dallas Stars; win series 4-2.
  • Frédéric Devreese, Belgian conductor, and composer of classical music (Gemini Suite; Valse Sacrée), and film scores (The Cruel Embrace), who died of cancer at 91.
  • Hiroki Yuhara, Japanese rugby union hooker (22 caps; Toshiba Brave Lupus), who died at 36.

On this day in 2019

  • Hurricane Lorenzo becomes 1st category 5 storm to be recorded so far north and east,1,420 miles southwest of the Azores.
  • Elon Musk unveils SpaceX spacecraft Starship, designed to travel to Mars and the solar system and land back on earth.
  • Metallica cancelled their forthcoming tour to allow frontman James Hetfield to enter rehab. In a statement band members Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo said: "As most of you probably know, our brother James has been struggling with addiction on and off for many years. He has now, unfortunately, had to re-enter a treatment program to work on his recovery again". In a separate statement, Metallica pledged to refund all tickets sold for their WorldWired tour, which was scheduled to begin 17 October in Perth, Australia..
  • José José 'The Prince of Song'[José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz], Mexican singer and actor, who died at 71.
  • José José, World Music Singer.

On this day in 2018

  • 7.5 magnitude earthquake hits just off island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, setting off a tsunami that hits cities of Donggala and Palu, at least 1649 people killed.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo accused of rape in 2009 in US lawsuit filed in Nevada.
  • Up to 50 million Facebook accounts hacked due to a code weakness.
  • Warner Bros. Records releases American singer Cher's 26th solo studio album "Dancing Queen" ; album contains cover versions of 11 songs of Swedish pop group ABBA, and lands in top 10 of charts in 19 countries.
  • Peeweetoms, YouTube Star.
  • Don Chargin, American boxing promoter (IBHOF; Bobby Chacon, Tony "The Tiger" Lopez, Loreto Garza), who died from brain cancer at 90.

On this day in 2017

  • Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus reveals she has breast cancer.
  • Chuck Low, American actor (Goodfellas; Once Upon a Time in America), who died at 89.
  • Karla Luna, Comedian.
  • Vann Molyvann, Cambodian architect (New Khmer architecture), who died at 90.

On this day in 2016

  • Hurricane Matthew forms near the Windward Islands, will go on to kill over 1000 in Haiti, the Caribbean and the US.
  • Gloria Naylor, American author (Women of Brewster Place), who died at 66.
  • Max Walker, Australian cricket fast bowler (34 Tests,138 wickets) and broadcaster (Nine Network), who died at 68.
  • Agnes Nixon, American television producer, director and writer (One Life to Live, All My Children), who died at 93.
  • Shimon Peres, Israeli Prime Minister (Labor), President (2007-14) and Nobel Peace Prize recipient (1994), who died of a stroke at 93.
  • Shimon Peres, Politician.

On this day in 2015

  • South African comedian Trevor Noah succeeds Jon Stewart as host of late-night talk and satirical news program "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central in US.
  • Trevor Noah succeeds Jon Stewart as host of "The Daily Show".
  • NASA scientists announce the discovery of flowing water on Mars.
  • American rock and roll and rhythm and blues singer Frankie Ford, whose 1959 hit 'Sea Cruise' reached No.14 on the Billboard Hot 100, died of natural causes at the age of 76..
  • DNA controllers for the age women go into menopause announced in "Nature Genetics" by reseach team from Exeter and Cambridge universities.
  • DNA controllers for the age women go into menopause announced in "Nature Genetics" by research team from Exeter and Cambridge universities.
  • Cathriona White, Makeup Artist.
  • Frankie Ford [Frank Guzzo], American rock vocalist (Sea Cruise), who died at 76.
  • Erik Roner, Skier.

On this day in 2014

  • Ryder Cup Golf, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland: Europe wins 16½-11½ to win Cup for 3rd consecutive time.
  • Dannie Abse, Poet.
  • Dannie Abse, Welsh writer and poet, who died at 91.

On this day in 2013

  • Hawthorn defeats Fremantle to win the 2013 Australian Rules Premiership.
  • 27 villagers are killed by Boko Harem in northeast Nigeria.
  • Ford Walker, YouTube Star, born in United States.
  • Jonathan Fellows-Smith, South African cricket all-rounder (4 Tests), who died at 81.
  • Bob Duell, Race Car Driver.




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