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February 9

2001 - American submarine US Greenville accidentally strikes and sinks the Ehime-Maru, a Japanese training vessel operated by the Uwajima Fishery High School, killing 9 crew members. 2014 - In a referendum, slightly over half of voters in Switzer ...

February 10

2005 – It is announced that Charles, Prince of Wales will marry Camilla Parker-Bowles. 2003 – France and Belgium break the NATO procedure of silent approval, concerning protective measures for Turkey in the event of a war in Iraq. 2007 – Barack O ...

February 11

2001 - A Dutch programmer starts the Anna Kournikova virus, infecting millions of emails through a trick photo of the tennis player. 2011 – 2011 Egyptian protests: In the wake of anti-government protests, Egypts President Hosni Mubarak resigns. 2 ...

February 12

2001 – Google obtains Usenet, creating Google Groups. press release. 2004 – Mayor Gavin Newsom of San Francisco, California, on National Freedom to Marry Day, orders his county clerk to revise marriage licenses to allow gay and lesbian couples to ...

February 13

2001 – A magnitude 6.6 earthquake hits El Salvador, killing at least 400 people. 2011 – After the removal of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the army suspends the constitution, and announces that it will remain in power until elections later in ...

February 14

2015 - 2015 Copenhagen attacks: A gunman attacks a free speech meeting at a cafe in Copenhagen that was attended by Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, killing one. He later attacks the citys main synagogue, killing one and injuring two, before being ...

February 15

2012 - A major fire at a prison in Honduras kills over 360 people. 2001 - The first draft of the complete human genome is published in the Nature journal. 2005 – YouTube is founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim. 2013 - 2013 Russian m ...

February 16

2005 – The National Hockey League cancels the entire 2004–2005 regular season and playoffs, becoming the first major sports league in North America to do so over a labour dispute. 2017 - At least 80 people are killed in a bomb attack on a Sufi sh ...

February 17

2011 – Protests begin in Libya against Muammar al-Gaddafi. Soon after, Libya enters into a state of civil war between pro- and anti-Gaddafi fighters. Gaddafi is killed in October. 2008 – Kosovo declares independence from Serbia. However, Serbia d ...

February 18

2005 – A ban on Fox Hunting in the United Kingdom enters effect. 2003 – Nearly 200 people die in the Daegu subway fire in South Korea. 2010 – A coup takes place in Niamey, Niger. President Mamadou Tandja is replaced by a ruling junta, the Supreme ...

February 19

2003 - An Ilyushin II-76 military aircraft crashes near Kerman, Iran, killing 275 people. 2002 – NASAs Mars Odyssey space probe begins to map the surface of Mars, using its thermal imaging system. 2012 – Iran suspends oil exports to the United Ki ...

February 20

2013 - Kepler-37b, the smallest-known planet outside the Solar System, is discovered. 2014 - After several people had been killed during clashes two days earlier, protests in Kiev, Ukraine, erupt into violence again, with at least 20 people repor ...

February 21

2013 - A bombing in Damascus, Syria, kills at least 53 people. 2006 – The United Kingdoms biggest-ever cash robbery is carried out at a depot in Kent, England. 2013 - Two bomb blasts in Hyderabad, India, kill 17 people. 2003 – Over 100 concert go ...

February 22

2006 - The Al-Askari Shrine in Samarra, Iraq, a Shiite Holy Site, is badly damaged in a bomb attack. 2012 - A train crash in Buenos Aires, Argentina, kills 51 people. 2002 – A MH-47E Chinook helicopter crashes into the ocean near the Philippines, ...

February 23

2010 - Unknown criminals pour more than 2.5 million liters of diesel oil and other hydrocarbons into the River Lambro in Northern Italy, sparking an environmental disaster. 2018 - One of the biggest surprises occurs in Olympic sport occurs, when ...

February 24

2016 - Tara Air Flight 193 crashes in the Myagdi District in Nepal, killing 23 people. 2004 – An earthquake in Morocco kills 571 people. 2011 – The Space Shuttle Discovery launches for the last time. 2007 – Japan launches its fourth spy satellite ...

February 25

1995 - The first Screen Actors Guild Awards are given in Los Angeles, California. 1983 – The Statute of Autonomy for the Canary Islands is approved. 1956 – Nikita Krushchev denounces the cult of personality of Joseph Stalin. 2001 - Non-reformed C ...

February 26

2004 – Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski dies in a plane crash near Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2012 - Shooting of Trayvon Martin: African American teenager Trayvon Martin is shot dead by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman in Flori ...

February 27

2004 - The initial version of the John Jay Report is released into the Catholic sex abuse scandal in the United States. 2010 – 2010 Cauquenes earthquake: A major magnitude 8.8 earthquake hits Chile, killing around 500 people. 2002 – Godhra train ...

February 28

February 28 is the 59th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 306 days remaining until the end of the year. In a common year this is the last day of February, and the next day is March 1. In Leap years, February 28 is followed by F ...

February 29

February 29 is the 60th day of a leap year in the Gregorian Calendar. It is sometimes called "leap day" or "bissextile day". Only leap years have February 29. This date only occurs every four years, in years that can be exactly divided by 4, such ...

January 8

2004 – Queen Elizabeth names the Queen Mary II cruise liner, the largest passenger ship ever built. 2003 - In Kosciuszko National Park in Australia, following several lightning strikes during the dry season, bush fires break out. 2010 – The Togo ...

January 9

2005 - The Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement and the Government of Sudan sign the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to end the Second Sudanese Civil War. 2015 - Aftermath of Charlie Hebdo shooting: The two attackers on the French satirical magazine C ...

January 10

2015 - A mass poisoning at a funeral in Mozambique involves beer that was contaminated by crocodile bile. 56 people died and 200 hospitalized. 2013 - Over 100 people are killed in bomb attacks in Pakistan. 2016 - Singer, musician and actor David ...

January 11

1962 – An avalanche occurs in the Huascaran region in Peru, 4.000 deaths. 2001 – The Federal Trade Commission approved the merger of AOL and Time Warner to form AOL Time Warner. 2015 - Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is elected to become the first femal ...

January 12

2006 – A stampede at the Hajj pilgrimage kills 362 Muslim pilgrims. 2010 – 2010 Haiti earthquake: A major earthquake hits Haiti, killing over 200.000 people, and leaving millions of people homeless. 2016 - A bomb attack in Istanbul, Turkey, kills ...

January 13

2012 - Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia crashes onto rocks off the island of Giglio, off the coast of Tuscany, Italy, killing 32 people. 2001 – An earthquake that was 7.6 on the Richter scale hits all of El Salvador, killing over 800 people. 2 ...

January 14

January 14 is the 14th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 351 days remaining until the end of the year. January 14 is celebrated as New Years Day by those still following the Julian calendar.

January 15

2019 - British Prime Minister Theresa May loses a parliamentary vote in the House of Commons by the biggest margin ever for a sitting Prime Minister, losing a vote on her proposed Brexit deal by 432 votes to 202. 2006 – Michelle Bachelet is elect ...

January 16

2001 – Congolese President Laurent-Desire Kabila is assassinated by one of his own bodyguards. 2002 – Everyone in the United Nations Security Council makes an arms embargo and make Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaida, and the remaining members of the Talib ...

January 17

2007 - The Doomsday Clock is set to five minutes before midnight in response to North Koreas nuclear testing. 2010 - Religious riots between Muslims and Christians erupt in Jos, Nigeria, killing more than 200 people. 2002 – Mount Nyiragongo erupt ...

January 18

2002 - The Sierra Leone Civil War is officially declared over. 2017 - An avalanche after two earthquakes buries a hotel in Abruzzo, Central Italy. 2005 - The Airbus A380, the worlds largest commercial jet, is unveiled in a ceremony in Toulouse, F ...

January 19

2012 - Wikipedias English language edition ends its blackout from the previous day, which was a protest action against the SOPA and PIPA laws proposed by the United States Congress. 2013 - An EU-wide driving licence is introduced. 2014 - Anti-gov ...

January 20

2001 – George W. Bush becomes President of the United States. 2013 - Barack Obama starts his second term as President of the United States, becoming the third US President in a row to serve two terms in office. 2009 – Barack Obama becomes the fir ...

January 21

2005 – In Belizes capital city, the unrest over the governments new taxes erupts into riots. 2012 - 16-year-old Laura Dekker becomes the youngest person to sail around the world on her own, though this category is no longer included in the Guinne ...

January 22

2006 - Anibal Cavaco Silva is elected President of Portugal. 2015 - After Houthi rebels seize the Presidential palace in the capital, Sanaa, Yemens President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi resigns following months of unrest. 2003 – The Netherlands vote f ...

January 23

2015 - King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia dies aged 90, having reigned since August 2005. The crown passes to his 79-year-old half-brother, Salman of Saudi Arabia. 2005 - Viktor Yushchenko becomes President of Ukraine. 2009 – A stabbing attack occurs ...

January 24

2002 – Enron congressional hearings begin. 2001 – The last two of the Texas 7 are taken into custody in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 2009 - The storm Klaus makes landfall in Bordeaux, France, on the way to causing large destruction and 26 deaths. ...

January 25

2006 - Three independent observing campaigns announce the discovery of OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, the first rocky and icy planet to be found outside the Solar System. 2005 – A stampede at the Mandher Devi temple in Mandhradevi in India kills 258 people ...

January 26

2009 - Rioting occurs in Antananarivo, Madagascar, later developing into a political crisis forcing President Marc Ravalomanana out of office. 2005 – Having been confirmed earlier in the day by a vote of 85-13 in the United States Senate, Condole ...

January 27

2001 – Professors Suzanne and Half Zantop are killed in the Dartmouth Murders. 2001 – Ten members of the Oklahoma State University mens basketball team and support staff die in a plane crash in Colorado. 2010 – The 2009 Honduran political crisis ...

January 28

2006 – At the Katowice International Fair in Poland, the roof of one of the buildings collapses, killing 65 people. 2011 – 2011 Egyptian protests: Hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets in Egypt, in protest against Hosni Mubarak, who ...

January 29

2002 – US President George W. Bush first used the term "Axis of Evil" in his State of the Union speech to describe the governments of Iraq, Iran, and North Korea. 2015 - Over 30 Egyptian soldiers are killed in an attack by militants linked to the ...

January 30

2015 - 55 people are killed in a bomb attack in Shikarpur, Southern Pakistan. 2005 – Amid violence and threats to boycott the results, Iraq holds an election for its National Assembly, the countrys first free election since 1953. 2016 - 39 people ...

January 31

2015 - The Australia national football team wins the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, defeating the South Korea national football team 2-1 in extra time, on home soil. This is their first tournament victory since joining the Asian Federation in 2006. 2001 – I ...

July 1

2004 – 530.000 people take part in a march in Hong Kong to urge for faster pace of democratisation and universal suffrage, according to Article 45 and Article 68 of Hong Kongs Basic Law. 2009 – Ivo Sanader resigns as Prime Minister of Croatia. Ja ...

July 2

July 2 is the 183rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 182 days remaining until the end of the year. In a Common year of the Gregorian calendar, this date marks the half-way point of the year. This would be at 12 noon. In a Leap ...

July 3

2011 – Novak Djokovic wins his first Wimbledon singles title, defeating Rafael Nadal in a four-set match. 2017 - A bus crashes into a lorry in Northern Bavaria, Germany, and bursts into flames, killing 18 people. 2005 – Same-sex marriage is legal ...

July 4

July 4 is the 185th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 180 days remaining until the end of the year. Aphelion, the point during its orbit, when the Earth is furthest from the Sun, occurs around this date.

July 5

2009 - The largest-known hoard of Anglo-Saxon hoard of gold ever is discovered, consisting of over 1.500 items, in Staffordshire, England. 2002 - A bomb attack in Larbaa, Algeria, kills 50 people. 2012 - Inauguration of The Shard in London - Brit ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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