Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 4 search results
  1. 1 day ago · — Anton Chekhov, Russian author and playwright (15 July [O.S. 2 July] 1904), to his wife, Olga "Thy will be done." — Lew Wallace, American lawyer, politician, Union general and author (15 February 1905) "Our trade falls heavily upon these feeble folk." — Maurice Barrymore, British stage actor (25 March 1905), quoting his play Nadjezda

  2. 3 days ago · The following is a list of notable deaths in April 2018. Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence: Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship (if applicable), reason for notability, cause of death (if known), and reference. April 2018

    • January
    • February
    • March
    • April
    • May
    • June
    • July
    • August
    • September
    • October
    January 1 – Eurois established.
    January 2 – A snowstorm leaves 14 inches (359 mm) of snow in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and 21 inches (533.4 mm) in Chicago, Illinois, killing 68.
    January 4 – Gunmen open fire on Shia Muslims worshiping in a mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan, killing 16 and injuring 25.
    January 6 – Dennis Hastert becomes Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.
    February 2 – Hugo Chávez becomes President of Venezuela.
    February 4 – Unarmed West African immigrant Amadou Diallois shot dead by NYC police officers on an unrelated stake-out, inflaming race relations in the city.
    February 7 – King Hussein of Jordan dies from cancer, and his son Abdullah IIinherits the throne.
    February 10 – Avalanches in the French Alps near Genevakill at least 10.
    March 1 – One of 4 bombs detonated in Lusaka, Zambia, destroys the Angolan Embassy.
    March 1 – Rwandan Hutu rebels kill and dismember 8 foreign tourists at the Buhoma homestead, Uganda.
    March 1 – The Convention on the Prohibition of Anti-Personnel Minescomes into force.
    March 2 – The brand new Mandalay Bay hotel and casino opens in Las Vegas.
    April 1 – Nunavut, an Inuit homeland, is created from the eastern portion of the Northwest Territories to become Canada's third territory.
    April 5 – Two Libyans suspected of bringing down Pan Am flight 103 in 1988 are handed over to Scottish authorities for eventual trial in the Netherlands. The United Nations suspends sanctions again...
    April 5 – In Laramie, Wyoming, Russell Henderson pleads guilty to kidnapping and felony murder, in order to avoid a possible death penalty conviction for the apparent hate crime killing of Matthew...
    April 7 – Kosovo War: Kosovo's main border crossings are closed by Serbian forces to prevent ethnic Albaniansfrom leaving.
    May 1 – Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation(BSEC).
    May 1 – SpongeBob SquarePants made its debut on Nickelodeon (TV Channel) on this day with its first episode is Help Wanted/Reef Blower/Tea at the Treedome.
    May 2 – Norman J. Sirnic and Karen Sirnic are murdered by serial killer Angel Maturino Resendiz in Weimar, Texas.
    May 3 – 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak: An F5 tornado slams into Moore, Oklahoma, killing 38 people (the strongest tornado ever recorded in world history).
    June 1 – Napster, a revolutionary music downloading service, debuts.
    June 1 - American Airlines Flight 1420 overruns the runway in Little Rock, Arkansaskilling 11 people.
    June 2 – After decades of fighting off outside technological influences like television, the King of Bhutan allows television transmissions to commence in the Kingdom for the first time, coinciding...
    June 5 – The Islamic Salvation Army, the armed wing of the Islamic Salvation Front, agrees in principle to disband in Algeria.
    1 July – The Scottish Parliament is officially opened by Queen Elizabeth on the day that legislative powers are officially transferred from the old Scottish Office in London to the new devolved Sco...
    July 2 – Benjamin Nathaniel Smithbegins a 3-day killing spree targeting racial and ethnic minorities in Illinois and Indiana.
    July 5 – U.S. Army Pfc. Barry Winchell is bludgeoned in his sleep at Fort Campbell, Kentuckyby fellow soldiers; he dies the next day from his injuries.
    July 7 – In Rome, Hicham El Guerroujruns the fastest mile ever recorded, at 3:43.13.
    August 7 – Hundreds of Chechen guerrillas invade the Russian republic of Dagestan, triggering a short war.
    August 8 – The first Callatis Festival, the largest music & culture festival in Romania, is held.
    August 9 – Russian President Boris Yeltsin fires his Prime Minister, Sergei Stepashin, and for the fourth time fires his entire cabinet.
    August 10 – Buford O. Furrow, Jr. wounds 5 and kills 1 during the August 1999 Los Angeles Jewish Community Center shooting.
    September 7 – A magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits Athens, killing 143 and injuring more than 2,000.
    September 8 – The first of a series of Russian apartment bombingsoccurs. Subsequent bombings occur on September 13 and 16, while a bombing on September 22 fails.
    September 9 – Sega releases the Dreamcast.
    October – NASA loses one of its probes, the Mars Climate Orbiter.
    October 1 – Pudong International Airport opens in Shanghai, China, taking over all international flights to Hongqiao.
    October 5 – Thirty-one people die in the Ladbroke Grove rail crash, west of London, England.
    October 10 – Elections are held in Portugal.
  1. People also search for