20 November in History : Major Events

2005On his visit to People's Republic of China George W Bush, the president of U.S attends a church service as he asks for greater freedoms of expression and faith during his East Asian tour.
2006Nasdaq, the American stock exchange has formally launched a bid of £2.7 billion to take over the London Stock Exchange.
2007Pakistani government has freed 3,400 prisoners who were jailed during the state of emergency.
2008The Somali government has allowed the Indian Navy to enter its territorial waters in chase of pirates.
2009The United States Senate clears the accusation on Senator Roland Burris of legal offense concerning his appointment to the Senate.
2010The Vatican has decided on will publishing guidelines for bishops, on how to battle sexual abuse at the church.
2011Around 13 people are murdered and approximately 900 wounded as violent remonstrations continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square against Egypt's ruling military government. Security forces try to scatter the crowds with tear gas and baton charges.
2012Iran has been blamed by the President of Israel, Shimon Peres for prompting the Palestinians to continue rocket attacks on Israel instead of negotiating a truce, claiming, "they are out of their mind."
2013A Taliban suicide bomber murders two army soldiers in the North Waziristan district, Pakistan.
2014North Korea warns of carrying out another nuclear test in reaction to a United Nations Human Rights Council resolution passed on Tuesday recommending the Security Council approve an investigation into human rights exploitations.

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