12 October in History : Major Events

1937Federal agents execute Al Brady and members of his gang in a shootout at Bangor, Maine on Columbus Day in 1937.
1945The Nazi party is asked to disperse by The Allied Control Council. It has been warned that any attempt at its restoration in any form would be considered to be a criminal offense. 
1966The Nobel Peace Prize for Medicine has been presented to two American doctors, Francis Peyton Rousand Charles B Huggins. They dedicated their lives to battling Cancer.
1968The 19th Summer Olympics Games of the XIX Olympiad, begin in Mexico City, Mexico. 
1991Iraq's Atomic Program, has been banned by, The United Nations Security Council in order to stop it from being exploited and used as a cover for secret weapons laboratories. 
2005The People's Republic of China launched the human spaceflight, Shenzhou 6 spacecraft with Fei Junlong and Niè Hǎishèng spending five days in it.
2008Alphonsa Muttathupadathu, a nun from Kerala, sets an example by becoming the first female saint in the Roman Catholic Church.
2009India successfully test fires its indigenously developed medium range missiles, Prithvi II, in the eastern state of Orissa.
2010FaceBook receives a letter from Greenpeace containing half a million signatures asking the company to cut its ties to coal based electricity.
2013Two million people face loss of power and five people are killed when Typhoon Narihits the Philippines.

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