Three journalists and four guards killed in terrorist attack on al-Ikhbariya TV

1921 – Researchers from Canada discover Insulin.
1945 – The first nuclear reactor for producing electricity opens near Moscow.
1957 – Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser announces the nationalization of the Suez Canal.
1957 – Monarchy canceled in Tunisia and President Habib Bourguiba comes to office.
1995 – Crown Prince of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani ousts his father in a coup and seizes power.
2012 – Three journalists and four guards were killed in a terrorist attack on al-Ikhbariya Syrian TV.
Born today:
1350 – Emperor Manuel II, the Emperor of the Byzantine Empire.
Passes away:
1574 – Giorgio Vasari, Italian painter.

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