14 December in History : Major Events

YearEvent/Incidence/Incident
200511 Hindus are condemned with a sentence of life imprisonment for their involvement in the killing of Muslims in the 2002 Gujarat violence.
2006According to a research excursion, human action has had a direct impact on the Chinese River Dolphin, which is now probably extinct.
2007Saudi Arabian king, King Abdullah invites the President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to visit Mecca for the Hajj pilgrimage.
2008Al-Baghdadia TV journalist Muntadhar al Zaidi is restrained after throwing both his shoes at United States President George W. Bush during his farewell speech in Iraq.
2009According to a recent revelation, China's People's Liberation Army has constructed a huge underground tunnel in the Hebei region for the protection of its nuclear weapons.
2010The government of Philippines has claimed to end the long-running communist rebellion "within three years", as it announces to continue peace talks with rebels.
2011Poisonous alcohol that is banned in India kills 166 people in West Bengal.
2012Thousands of North Koreans rejoice the positive launch of the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-3 Unit 2 satellite in Pyongyang's Kim Il-Sung Square.
2013China's mission carrying Yutu, China's first lunar rover, lands on the Moon. It is the first "soft" landing on the Moon since 1976 and the third ever robotic rover.
2014Two massive statues of Amenhotep III that had been destroyed by an earthquake at the Nile river in 1200 BC have been rebuilt by archaeologists.

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