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A gain embargo is made against the USSR by President Jimmy Carter of the United States with the support of the European Commission.
The mafia assassinates the Sicilian President Piersanti Mattarella. Read More
Diplomatic relations are formed between Israel and Egypt. Read More
"Spain's own Tehran" occurs in which an invasion of the Spanish Embassy leaves 36 people dead.
North Africa and West Asia experience a total solar eclipse. Read More
Saturn's moon, Janus, is discovered by the Voyager 1 probe. Read More
The occurrence of the Silver Thursday market crash takes place. Read More
Diplomatic relations are ended by the United States with Iran after Iran took American hostages the previous year.
A border separating Gibraltar and Spain is implemented by Spain and the United Kingdom to be put in place in 1985.
The first album by the band Iron Maiden released. Read More
Henry Hill the mobster is captures and charged on possession of drugs. Read More
The Empire Strikes Back, Episode V of the Star Wars film series, makes it's debut. Read More
The Cable News Network, better known as CNN, launches as the firs news channel to air news 24 hours a day.
The invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union causes President Jimmy Carter to implement Proclamation 4771, instilling the requirement of men aged 18-25 to register for a military draft.
Ronald Reagan, former Governor of California and actor, is nominated for United States Presidency.
The Jerusalem Law is ratified by the Knesset of Israel. Read More
Paul Leslie Snider murders wife and former Playboy Playmate of the Year, Dorothy Stratten, and then commits suicide.
The Escort MK3 is produced by the European Ford Company as hatchback with front-wheel drive.
American railroads become deregulated upon the implementation of the Staggers Rail Act. Read More
The conclusion of the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction takes place during the Hague Convention proceedings.
After drummer John Bonham of Led Zeppelin dies, the band holds a press release announcing their break-up.
Mark David Chapman shoots and kills John Lennon outside of his New York City apartment. Read More
The U.S. Congress officially implements CERCLA. Read More
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