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Today in History

Today in History: June 13

Thursday 13/June/2019 - 10:45 AM
Ban Ki-moon، Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon، Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Translated and edited by: Ahmad El Assasy
June 13 is the 164th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 201 days remain until the end of the year.

Today`s highlights in history:
1944 - Ban Ki-moon، Secretary-General of the United Nations was born.
1920-The U.S. Post Office Department rules that children may not be sent by parcel post.
1923-The French set a trade barrier between occupied Ruhr and the rest of Germany.
1940-Paris is evacuated as the Germans advance on the city.
1943-German spies land on Long Island، New York، and are soon captured.
1944-The first German V-1 buzz-bomb hits London.
1949-Installed by the French، Bao Dai enters Saigon to rule Vietnam.
1957 - British forces evacuated from Jordan.
1971-The New York Times begins publishing the Pentagon Papers.
1978-Israelis withdraw the last of their invading forces from Lebanon.
1979-Sioux Indians are awarded $105 million in compensation for the 1877 U.S. seizure of the Black Hills in South Dakota.
1983-Pioneer 10، already in space for 11 years، leaves the solar system.


Birth
1944 - Ban Ki-moon، Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Death
1982 - Khalid bin Abdulaziz، King of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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