What happened on the 21st of October 2015?

What happened on the 21st of October 2015?

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad made a surprise trip to Moscow on Tuesday to discuss his country’s civil war with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Assad returned to Damascus Wednesday. It was Assad’s first foreign trip since political protests against his government erupted in 2011.

What happened on 8th October 2015?

Hillary Clinton opposes Pacific trade pact in latest break with Obama. Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton came out against the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership on Wednesday in her latest break with the Obama administration on key policies.

What was going on in October of 2017?

Shooting in Las Vegas Becomes America’s Deadliest. Harvey Weinstein Faces Various Accusations. Boy Scouts to Allow Girls. President Trump Removes Subsidies from Obamacare.

What is the importance of 21 October?

1943 Provisional Government of Free India Declared by Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose, an exiled Indian nationalist and a key figure in the Indian Independence Movement declared the creation of Azad Hind or Free India during a mass rally in Singapore.

What is October 8th known for?

On this day in 1871, the Great Chicago Fire began in the barn of Patrick and Catherine O’Leary, and, by the time the blaze died out two days later, a large swath of the city had been devastated and some 300 people killed.

What happened on the 12 October?

Columbus Day. Early in the morning of October 12, 1492, a sailor on board the Pinta sighted land, beginning a new era of European exploration and expansion.

What celebrity has a birthday on October 8?

8. Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Bruno Mars, Chevy Chase, Jesse Jackson, Kim Wayans, Matt Damon, Nick Cannon, Sigourney Weaver and more.

What National day is 6th October?

In the United States on October 6th, National German-American Day celebrates the German heritage millions of Americans claim. This German-American heritage holiday commemorates the 13 German Mennonite families from Krefeld who landed in Philadelphia.