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Space 1986 U.S.A. Space Shuttle Discovery 29th Sept. 1986 : The space shuttle, Discovery, lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral to launch a communications satellite. This is the first manned space mission since the space shuttle Challenger disaster two and a half years ago.

U.S. 1923 U.S.A. Tornadoes 29th Sept. 1923 : A Series of Tornado's in Iowa and Nebraska have taken the lives of 20 people with damage to property estimated in the the millions , in addition major cloud bursts caused a number of creeks to flood and becoming raging torrents destroying everything in their path.

China 1936 China Will Defeat Japan 29th Sept. 1936 : Following the invasion by Japanese marines of Shanghai earlier this week China has stated they are preparing for war and will not rest until the Japanese have been forced from our country.

U.S. 1946 U.S.A. Meat Shortage 29th Sept. 1946 : As an ever increasing number of butchers and customers face bare butchers shelves, questions are being asked if Abattoirs should be forced to release more meat to the market as it is thought many are hoarding the meat in the hope of prices increasing dramatically.


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Nicaragua 1956 Nicaragua President Samoza 29th September 1956 : The strong arm leader in Nicaragua President Samoza was assassinated early today by gunmen who shot him down.



UN 1960 United Nations Nikita Khrushchev 29th Sept. 1960 : Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev disrupts meeting of the United Nations General Assembly demanding UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold be replaced over the way UN forces have intervened in the recent trouble in former Belgian Congo.
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U.S. 1962 U.S.A. Take Home Pay $94.87 A Week 29th Sept. 1962 : A new report by the department of Labor Statistics shows that the average weekly take home pay of a factory worker with three dependents is now $94.87

1970 Mediterranean US 6th Fleet 29th Sept. 1970 : The US 6th fleet with two aircraft carriers, is being dogged by the potent soviet Mediterranean squadron as both are on high alert after hijackings earlier this week , at least one Soviet vessel is in sight of the Saratoga and the Independence carriers at all times
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Bangladesh 1977 Bangladesh Red Army Terrorist Demands 29th Sept. 1977 : The Japanese government has agreed to the Red Army terrorist demands of $6,000,000 plus the release of 9 terrorists for the release of the 146 persons held hostage by the Red Army Terrorists from an airliner hijacked and now held in Bangladesh. The terrorists had said if the demands were not met they would kill the hostages one by one starting with the Americans.

U.S. 1982 U.S.A. Tylenol Capsule Laced with Cyanide poison 29th Sept. 1982 : A young girl who is sick in Illinois takes an extra strength Tylenol capsule that had been laced with Cyanide poison and died later that day, she was one of seven people who took the Cyanide injected Tylenol Capsules and died. The crime of who laced the Tylenol was never solved and inspired other copy cat similar crimes. The one good thing to have come from this was the introduction of tamper proof packaging.

U.S. 1986 U.S.A. Tax Reforms 29th September 1986 : In a rare occurrence the Democrats and Republicans set aside their political differences to introduce sweeping tax reform legislation.

Turkey 1997 Turkey No Swearing laws 29th Sept. 1997 : A number of American servicemen have been falling foul of the law in Turkey which does not allow the use of profanity in public places and were arrested for shouting profanities during an argument with locals at a local bar, the local prosecutor did allow them off with a warning.

UK 1997 UK Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease (vCJD) 29th Sept. 1997 : British scientists have confirmed the link between Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease (vCJD) in humans and Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) found in cows.

Russia 2003 Russia International Climate Conference 29th Sept. 2003 : As the International Climate Conference gets under way in Moscow many are wondering if one of the most important steps for curbing global warming ( Kyoto Protocol ) is in danger of collapsing. The protocol is designed to measure current greenhouse emissions relative to a 1990 baseline which suits some countries including Russia and other Former Soviet bloc countries. Two conditions were required for the Protocol to come into force
1. At least 55 countries must ratify ( Yes )
2. Must be ratified by countries whose combined greenhouse gas production accounts for at least 55% of emissions from industrialized nations. ( Failed ) US Has not ratified who are the largest emitter of combined greenhouse gas production and Australia has not ratified.
Many poorer countries were hoping America would ratify which would allow them to sell "emissions credits" . Now even Russia who were hoping to sell some of those emission credits has announced they may not sign and if they do not and America continues to refuse to ratify, the Kyoto treaty may well die and with it any immediate future for global measures to effect climate change.

United States 2006 U.S.A. School Principle Shot By Student 29th Sept. 2006 : A fifteen year old student, Eric Hainstock, in the United States shot and killed his principal on this day. The shooting took place in Cazenovia, Wisconsin. The principal, John Klang, tried to stop the student and wrestled him to the ground but was shot in the confrontation.

Brazil 2007 Brazil Cuban Defectors Pan-American Games 29th Sept. 2007 : Michel Fernandez Garcia and Rafael Capote, two Cuban defectors, are granted asylum by Brazil after the Pan-American games. The move comes after Brazil deports two other Cuban athletes who asked for asylum during the games.

Samoa and American Samoa 2009 Samoa and American Samoa Tsunami 29th Sept. 2009 : A tsunami with waves measured 14 metres (46 ft) at their highest on the Samoan coast triggered by An 8.1-magnitude earthquake near the Samoan Islands destroys communities, beach villages and harbors in Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga leaving nearly 200 deaths

Kyrgyzstan 2011 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Parliament Votes to Ban Gambling 29th September, 2011 : Kyrgyzstan's parliament has voted to ban gambling in the country. The ban faced no opposition in the parliament and would close all casinos in the country in an effort to curb a widespread gambling problem that many believe the country faces.

Canada 2012 Canada Youngest Guantanamo Bay Prisoner Leaves
29th September, 2012 : Omar Khadr, the youngest prisoner to be held at Guantanamo Bay, was released to his home country of Canada after been in detention since 2002. Khadr was only fifteen years old when he was first detained in Afghanistan and would serve the rest of his sentence in Canada.



Greece
2013 Greece Winter Olympics Flame Lit

29th September, 2013 : The Olympic flame was lit ahead of the 2014 Winter Games to be held in Sochi, Russia. The flame would make its way around Russia and the world. Much of the publicity surrounding the games has been overshadowed by Russian politics and recent legislation that has been deemed "anti-gay".