Today in World History: Significance of 28 September in History

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  • Due to Security concerns, President Barak Obama blocked a Chinese firm to build wind farms in Oregon in 2012.

  • The first newly redesigned $50 bill was introduced by the U.S. Federal Reserve and the U.S. Secret service in the year 2004.

  • Portuguese soccer club FC Porto was founded in 1893. 

  • Bonnie Prince Charlie acknowledged as the King of Scotland in 1745.

28 Sep

Let's update everyone on what had happened on 28 September. 

• Bonnie Prince Charlie acknowledged as the King of Scotland in 1745.

• The declaration of the independence of the Mexican Empire was drafted on the same date in the year 1821 and was made public on 13 oct. 

• Portuguese soccer club FC Porto was founded in 1893. 

• First private spacecraft Falcon 1 was launched by Space X in the year 2008.

• The most influential freedom fighter of India, Bhagat Singh was born on 28 of September in 1907. 

• In the battle of Kut-el-Amara, the Turks were defeated by the British in Mesopotamia in 1915. 

• Germany and Soviet Union agreed on the division of Poland during World War ll in 1939. 

• Theoretical Biologist, Stuart Kauffman who was renowned for his study regarding the origin of life and the origins of molecular organizations born on 28 September 1939.

• France gave consent to a new constitution in 1958.

• Dissolution of the United Arab Republic occurred in 1961. It was a short-lived union that held between Syria and Egypt. 

• The U.S.A. Muhammad Ali won the heavyweight championship of the world against Ken Norton at Yankee stadium in 1976.

• Prime Minister of Israel, Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian Liberation Organisation leader, Yasser Arafat signed an interim agreement which was concerned about the settlement on the Gaza Strip in 1995.

• On 28 sept 1997, the 103rd convention of the AES (Audio Engineering Society) held in New York, featuring the official debut of DVD. 

• To launch his 3rd bid for the presidency, Cuauhtemoc Cardenas stepped down as Mayor of Mexico City in 1999. 

• In the United States, The U.S. Federal Drug Administration approved the use of RU-486, pill which induces an abortion in 2000.  

• The first newly redesigned $50 bill was introduced by the U.S. Federal Reserve and the U.S. Secret service in the year 2004.

• Due to Security concerns, President Barak Obama blocked a Chinese firm to build wind farms in Oregon in 2012 

• Every year, 28 September is observed as World's rabies day. It was first observed in 2007 that aims to aware people about the preventive measures and how the disease spread. 

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