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1993 Sep 13
In a historic scene at the White House, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO chairman Yasser Arafat shook hands after signing an accord granting limited Palestinian autonomy. It gave Arafat control of most of the Gaza Strip and 27% of the West Bank. In 2002 Neal Kozodoy edited ""The Mideast Peace Process: An Autopsy."
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1994 Sep 13
Bob Blackbull, Blackfoot Indian, received his first shipment of mustangs in Browning, Montana, and revived a piece of their culture.
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1994 Sep 13
President Clinton signed into law a $30 billion anticrime bill. It included a 10 year ban on assault weapons, which expired in 2004.
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1994 Sep 13
Some 180 nations at a U.N.-sponsored conference in Cairo, Egypt, adopted a 20-year blueprint for slowing the world's population growth.
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1994 Sep 13
In Cyprus 3 British soldiers abducted tour guide Louise Jensen (23). Her body was found 2 days later. In 1996 they were sentenced to life imprisonment after being convicted of abducting, conspiring to rape, and killing Louise Jensen. In 2006 the former soldiers were released and deported to Britain after serving only 12 years.
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1995 Sep 13
The FBI made at least a dozen arrests, capping a nationwide two-year investigation of pedophiles and pornographers using the America Online computer network.
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1995 Sep 13
"The Drew Carey Show" premiered on ABC television.
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1995 Sep 13
The hole in the Earth's ozone layer was growing fast and was twice the size it was in 1994. It now reached about the size of Europe.
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1996 Sep 13
Pres. Thomas Klestil was admitted to Vienna Gen’l. Hospital for pneumonia.
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1996 Sep 13
The stock market hit a new record of 5,838.52 on the Dow.
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1996 Sep 13
Gillette unveiled an agreement to buy Duracell in a $7.3 billion stock deal.
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1996 Sep 13
Hurricane Hortense headed north with winds at 140 mph.
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1996 Sep 13
Subaru Takahashi (14) in his boat "Advantage" became the youngest person to complete a solo sail voyage across the Pacific Ocean. He did the 6000 mile journey in 54 days.
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1996 Sep 13
Rap star Tupac Shakur (b.1971) died of gun shot wounds in Las Vegas after he was wounded Sep 7 in a drive-by shooting as he was leaving a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas. He had just finished filming "Gang Related" later retitled "Criminal Intent." He was buried at Stone Mountain, Georgia.
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1996 Sep 13
In Mexico Juan Francisco Ealy, editor of El Universal, was arrested on allegations of tax fraud. His paper had recently begun strong criticism of the Zedillo government.
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1996 Sep 13
The TV sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” premiered and continued to 2005. It featured Doris Roberts (1925-2016) as the mother.
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1997 Sep 13
Katherine Shindle of Illinois was crowned Miss America in Atlantic City, N.J.
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1997 Sep 13
It was reported that a monster hurricane named Linda was moving up the Pacific coast.
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1997 Sep 13
Victor Szebehely, a theorist of celestial mechanics, died in Texas. He wrote or edited some 18 books including: "Theory of Orbit," and "Adventures in Celestial Mechanics."
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1997 Sep 13
In Algeria security forces killed 8 suspected Muslim militants in a rocket attack on a mosque in a suburb of the capital. Earlier a Muslim cleric was assassinated by suspected militants in Constantine.
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1997 Sep 13
In Bosnia municipal elections were held under NATO escort. There was a high voter turnout.
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1997 Sep 13
A German military transport, a Soviet-made Tupelov-154 jet, was reported crashed with 24 people off the coast of Angola. A midair collision with a USAF C-141 Starlifter cargo plane from Namibia was reported and the total dead reached 32. Poor communications and faulty regional traffic control were cited as the cause. On Mar 31, 1988 the German government reported that the German crew was at fault for flying in airspace reserved for westbound traffic.
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1997 Sep 13
Funeral services were held in Calcutta, India, for Nobel peace laureate Mother Teresa.
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1997 Sep 13
In Lebanon six soldiers were killed in a rocket attack by Israeli helicopters.
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1997 Sep 13
In Mexico City a national Zapatista civilian movement was inaugurated.
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1997 Sep 13
From New Zealand it was reported that the government approved the release of the rabbit calcivirus to eradicate the rabbit pest problem.
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1997 Sep 13
In the Philippines the Mount Pinukis volcano, 120 miles east of Zamboanga City, erupted after being dormant since 1985.
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1998 Sep 13
Opposition supporters burned the Tirana office of Premier Nanos and sent the prime minister and his cabinet fleeing.
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1998 Sep 13
Algerian security forces said 27 people were killed in Zougala in Ain Defla province. Other sources said 38 people were killed.
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1998 Sep 13
NBC's "Frasier" won a record fifth consecutive Emmy as TV's best comedy series; ABC's "The Practice" was honored as best drama.
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1998 Sep 13
Sammy Sosa of the Chicago Cubs hit his 61st and 62nd home runs of the season, passing Roger Maris' record and pulling into a tie with St. Louis' Mark McGwire.
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1998 Sep 13
Patrick Rafter won his second consecutive U.S. Open tennis title, beating fellow Australian Mark Philippoussis 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-0.
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1998 Sep 13
George Wallace (79), former governor of Alabama, died in Montgomery.
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1998 Sep 13
In Afghanistan Taliban forces captured the last major opposition stronghold of Bamiyan.
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1998 Sep 13
In Albania opposition supporters burned the Tirana office of Premier Nanos and sent the prime minister and his cabinet fleeing.
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1998 Sep 13
In Ukraine Victor Verloo (64), a Peace Corps volunteer from Sacramento, was stabbed to death by robbers in Chernihiv, north of Kiev.
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1999 Sep 13
In Bangladesh one person was killed and 50 injured on the 1st day of a general strike called by opposition parties.
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1999 Sep 13
In Zimbabwe AIDS activists gathered in Lusaka for a 4-day conference on the disease that had already killed 11 million Africans. 5 Africans were being infected every 2 minutes.
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1999 Sep 13
Sotheby's in Chicago held its first motorcycle auction.
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1999 Sep 13
Researchers reported that gene therapy restored vigor to aged brains in experiments with monkeys.
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1999 Sep 13
Hurricane Floyd with winds at 150 mph stretched out for 700 miles and approached the Florida coast as over a million people were ordered to evacuate the coast.
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1999 Sep 13
In Gaza Israelis and Palestinians opened talks on a final peace accord.
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1999 Sep 13
Indonesia agreed to an int'l. commission to investigate possible atrocities in East Timor and to create no obstacles to the deployment of a foreign peacekeeping force.
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1999 Sep 13
In Moscow a suspected bomb blast destroyed an apartment building and at least 28 people were killed. Rescuers later pulled 118 bodies from the ruins of the 8-story building. [see Dec 29, 2003]
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1999 Sep 13
In New Zealand Asia-Pacific (APEC) leaders ended their 3-day conference and called for the abolition of all agricultural export subsidies.
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1999 Sep 13
In Turkey a 5.8 aftershock at Golcuk left at least 7 people dead and over 420 injured.
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2000 Sep 13
All Ecuadoran sucre bills were scheduled for withdrawal from circulation.
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2000 Sep 13
With the US government all but abandoning its case against him, former Los Alamos scientist Wen Ho Lee pleaded guilty in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to a single count of mishandling nuclear secrets; he was then set free with an apology from U.S. District Judge James Parker, who said the government's actions had "embarrassed our entire nation."
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2000 Sep 13
In Indonesia a car bomb exploded in the garage of the Jakarta stock exchange and at least 13-15 people were killed.
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2000 Sep 13
In South Africa the government announced war with the Muslim vigilante group, PAGAD, People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, following a series of bombings.
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2000 Sep 13
In Spain masked police raided the EKIN offices, the fund-raising wing of the ETA. 20 people were arrested.
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2001 Sep 13
The US requested that Pakistan grant air and land space for military actions in Afghanistan. US Special Forces arrived in Afghanistan.
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2001 Sep 13
An Indonesian boat with 129 people, mostly from Iraq, refused to change course and landed at Australia’s Ashmore Reef. The UN issued Australia a warning that it could be breaching its int’l. obligations toward refugees by mounting a blockade.
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2001 Sep 13
"Urinetown" was scheduled to open on Broadway. It was written by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman and closed Jan 18, 2004 after 965 performances.
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2001 Sep 13
Pres. Bush asked Congress for powers to wage war against an unidentified enemy. Bush prayed with his Cabinet and attended services at Washington National Cathedral, then flew to New York, where he waded into the ruins of the World Trade Center and addressed rescue workers over a bullhorn in a flag-waving show of resolve. Officials announced the Pentagon would call up as many as 50,000 members of the National Guard and Reserve.
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2001 Sep 13
In the Sep 11 terrorist attack, 18 hijackers were identified as ticketed passengers. The data flight recorder for United Flight 93 was found at the Pennsylvania crash site.
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2001 Sep 13
A graphic list of the companies that operated in the NYC WTC was published.
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2001 Sep 13
US airports opened with limited service under heavy security. Private planes were still grounded.
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2001 Sep 13
A private Lear jet with 3 Saudi passengers flew from Tampa, Fla., to Lexington, Ky., as part of an effort to help prominent Saudis, who feared reprisals over the Sep 11 attack by al-Qaida in NYC.
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2001 Sep 13
In Utah Amtrak’s California Zephyr train crashed into a freight train near the Nevada border. 6 people were injured.
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