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The year 1993 contained many important historical events that have left a profound effect on the world. NewspaperArchive.com brings you access to these events through our archives filled with millions of articles, the most notable of which from the year 1993 being the signing of the second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty by President Bush and Boris Yeltsin, the signing of the Chemical Weapons Convention, the shipping of the first P5 Pentium chips by the Intel Corporation, the allowance of women pilots flying war planes in the United States Air Force, the opening of the Buckingham Palace to the public, and so much more! Each title is available individually, and all are searchable via an interface that allows users to easily view, search, zoom, print and save digital page images.
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The second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty is signed by President George Bush and Boris Yeltsin.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the third of the Star Trek TV series, premieres. Read More
The first legal hanging by a state in the United States since 1965 takes place in Washington when Westley Allan Dodd is executed.
The mafia boss Salvatore Riina is captured and arrested after being a fugitive for 23 years.
The signing of the Chemical Weapons Convention takes place. Read More
Bill Clinton becomes the 42nd President of the United States as he succeeds George Bush.
President Bill Clinton selects Janet Reno for the position of Attorney General. Read More
Six people are killed and over 1,000 injured as a bomb inside of a van explodes at the base of the World Trade Center in New York City.
An announcement is made by North Korea, stating their plan to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and their refusal to allow their nuclear sites to be inspected.
The first P5 Pentium chips created by the Intel Corporation are shipped. Read More
Best Picture of the 65th Academy Awards is won by the film Unforgiven. Read More
The dedication of the Holocaust Memorial Museum takes place in Washington D.C. Read More
Tuberculosis is declared a Global Emergency by the World Health Organization. Read More
The United States Air Force is required to permit women pilots the ability to fly war planes by an executive order.
Canada gets it's first female Prime Minister, Kim Campbell. Read More
As a response to the Iraqi assassination plot on former United States President George Bush, a cruise missile attack is ordered by President Clinton on the Iraqi intelligence headquarters.
The new 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy regarding homosexuals in the United States military is announced by President Bill Clinton.
The suicide of Vince Foster, a deputy counsel of the White House, occurs in Virginia. Read More
Former Nazi guard John Demjanjuk is acquitted of all charges by the Israeli Supreme Court and is set free.
The Buckingham Palace in London is opened to the public for the first time. Read More
A worldwide de facto moratorium occurs after a nuclear test is performed by China. Read More
The European Union is created upon the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty. Read More
The North American Free Trade Agreement is singed into law by President Bill Clinton. Read More
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