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It happened on a… September 23

2019

Climate activist Greta Thunberg scolds world leaders “How Dare You” for not addressing climate change at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York.

2009

“Modern Family” premieres on ABC, starring Ed ‘Neill and Sofia Vergara.

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1992

Quebec hockey player Manon Rhéaume plays in goal for Tampa Bay Lightning; first woman to play in a NHL exhibition game, and on one of the 4 major professional sports teams.

1988

Canadian Ben Johnson sets world record in the 100 metre sprint at the Summer Olympic Games in 9.79 seconds against arch-rival, American Carl Lewis; later stripped of gold medal after testing positive for banned anabolic steroids.

1980

Bob Marley’s last concert at Stanley Theatre Pittsburgh

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1969

1st broadcast of “Marcus Welby MD” on ABC-TV.

1941

The first gas murder experiments are conducted at Auschwitz. concentration camp.

General de Gaulle forms government in exile in London

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1915

Quebecker Joseph Tremblay the first Canadian soldier to dies at the front in World War I.

1913

Roland Garros of France becomes the first to fly in an airplane across the Mediterranean (from St. Raphael France to Bizerte, Tunisia).

1909

The Phantom of the Opera (original title: Le Fantôme de l’Opéra, is first published.

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1889

Nintendo Koppai (Later Nintendo Company, Limited) founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce and market the playing card game Hanafuda.

1845

1st baseball team, NY Knickerbockers organize, adopt rule code.

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It happened on a… February 4

2016

Morocco’s Mohammed VI switches on world’s largest solar plant near Ouarzazate. Planned to power 1 million homes when fully completed 2018.

2004

Facebook, a mainstream online social networking site, is founded by Mark Zuckerberg.

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1997

A civil jury in California found O.J. Simpson liable in the death of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

1988

Panamanian General Manuel Noriega indicted by US federal grand jury for drug trafficking and racketeering.

1977

“Rumours” 11th studio album by Fleetwood Mac is released (Grammy Album of the Year)

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1976

XII Winter Olympic Games open in Innsbruck, Austria.

1970

“Patton” directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and starring George C. Scott premieres in New York (Academy Awards Best Picture 1971).

1945

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin meet at Yalta in the Crimea to discuss the final phase of World War II.

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1932

III Winter Olympic Games open in Lake Placid, New York.

1924

First Winter Olympic games close at Chamonix. The Toronto Granite Club hockey team brings home the Gold Medal for Canada in ice hockey.

1789

Electors unanimously chose George Washington to be the first president of the United States.

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1783

Britain declared a formal cessation of hostilities with its former colonies, the United States of America.

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A video of a “cuddly” panda goes viral!

A baby panda was filmed hugging a human being who is taking care of him. This sequence is really cute, which has allowed this video to become one of the “cutest” of the last days.

In the video, we see the panda clinging to the guardian, who is kindly taking care of the evolution and health of the baby giant panda, remember.

The panda in question is called Fubao, he holds the leg of the zookeeper so that he gives him love and stays close to him. This sequence happened in South Korea and the video went viral, reaching more than 4 million people on YouTube.

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For your information, a fully grown giant panda weighs between 80 and 125 kg, and its size varies between 1.50 and 1.80 meters long, which makes this beautiful animal quite intimidating.

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Powerful flames destroy a building in Montreal and make families homeless

A building on Sherbrooke Street, located a few steps from Carignan Street, in Montreal, has thrown no less than 20 families into the street because of a very violent fire, which broke out in the middle of the coldest stretch of the winter so far, reports TVA Nouvelles.

The three-storey building in question contains a commercial space and housing on the upper floors, according to reports.

A hundred firefighters headed to the scene in an attempt to control the aggressive flames, which were reported to have started at around 7:50 a.m. Friday morning.

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At the time of writing, it is not known if the fire has been brought under control and the health status of the building’s residents is unknown. As for the cause of this fire, it remains unknown until now.

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