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 Moammar Gadhafi's endMoammar Gadhafi's end by The Ovi Team
October 20th, on this day in 2011, Moammar Gadhafi, the longest-serving leader in Africa and the Arab world, is captured and killed by rebel forces near his hometown of Sirte. The eccentric 69-year-old dictator, who came to power in a 1969 coup, headed a
 
 Odysseus Elytis NobelOdysseus Elytis Nobel by The Ovi Team
Since the last few days we are talking about Nobel Prizes, a Greek poet Odysseus Elytis, was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize and it was announced on the 18th of October 1979.
 
 Reykjavik summit Reykjavik summit by The Ovi Team
October 12th 1986; US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev failed to reach agreement at a disarmament summit in Reykjavik. The two men came close to striking a radical arms reduction deal after a weekend of lengthy negotiations at H
 
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 Gang of Four arrestedGang of Four arrested by The Ovi Team
October 11th 1976; the new chairman of China's Communist Party, Hua Guofeng, ordered the arrest of four leading radicals in Peking. A sign that China is changing political direction following the death last month of Chairman Mao Zedong. The so-called Gan
 
 Sakharov wins Peace PrizeSakharov wins Peace Prize by The Ovi Team
October 9th 1975; Andrei Dmitriyevich Sakharov, the Soviet physicist who helped build the USSR's first hydrogen bomb, is awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in recognition of his struggle against "the abuse of power and violations of human dignity in all
 
 The Terminator takes CaliforniaThe Terminator takes California by The Ovi Team
October 8th 2003; The film star Arnold Schwarzenegger has been elected governor of California, ousting the incumbent, Gray Davis, three years before his term was due to end. It is the first time in the state's history that a governor has been sacked mid-
 
 East GermanyEast Germany by The Ovi Team
October 7th 1949; less than five months after Great Britain, the United States, and France established the Federal Republic of Germany in West Germany, the Democratic Republic of Germany is proclaimed within the Soviet occupation zone. Criticized by the W
 
 Anwar Sadat assassinationAnwar Sadat assassination by The Ovi Team
October 6th 1981; Islamic extremists assassinate Anwar Sadat, the president of Egypt, as he reviews troops on the anniversary of the Yom Kippur War. Led by Khaled el Islambouli, a lieutenant in the Egyptian army with connections to the terrorist group Tak
 
 First presidential speech on TVFirst presidential speech on TV by The Ovi Team
October 5th 1947, President Harry Truman (1884-1972) makes the first-ever televised presidential address from the White House, asking Americans to cut back on their use of grain in order to help starving Europeans. At the time of Truman's food-conservati
 
 Sputnik satellite Sputnik satellite by The Ovi Team
October 4th 1957; A Russian satellite launched into space - the first man-made object ever to leave the Earth's atmosphere. The Russian news agency, Tass, said the satellite Sputnik was now 560 miles (900 kilometres) above the Earth and circling it every
 
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