14 November in History : Major Events

1953U.S. President Eisenhower called in a speech to Canadian Parliament. The objective of this was to address the making of a U.S.-Canadian preventive alliance against Russia since it was reported that Russia might attack with atomic weapons.
1973The value of gold decreased severely on the London market due to which investors lost millions of dollars. This happened in response to the decision made by the United States and Europe to abolish the two-tier standard of gold.
1979After terminating the import of oil from Iran to the United States, President Jimmy Carter then releases Executive order 12170 that restrains all Iranian assets in the United States in retort to the hostage crisis.
1985A volcanic eruption in Colombia buried an entire town of people along with three villages. It was reported that approximately 20,000 lives were lost.
1991America is demanding that Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi hand over Libyan intelligence officers indicted in the US on 193 charges over the Pan Am flight 103 Lockerbie bombing in December 1988.
2005The diplomatic sanctions for Uzbekistan have been renewed by the United Nations, which were breached constantly by the governments of Britain and Germany. These sanctions ban the sale of artillery and visits from EU officials to Uzbekistan or vice versa.
2008France, the European Union and Russia mutually agree to abstain from deploying missiles or missile defense systems till mid-2009 at a Summit in Nice. A pan-European security framework is discussed between Russia, the United States and the EU.
2011Two men who were accused of Stephen Lawrence’s murder in 2003 are being tried at London’s Old Bailey.
2012The death of a pregnant woman from septicemia in an Irish hospital provokes international rage, objections and conviction. University College Hospital Galway rejected several appeals from Savita Halappanavar and her family for an abortion on the grounds that "this is a Catholic country."
2013Benigno Aquino III, the President of Philippines is critiqued by survivors, aid agencies, and international and local media for his incompetent response to the calamity.
2014According to reports from the World Health Organization death toll in the three worst affected countries in West Africa - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - has crossed 5,000

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