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Old 28-09-2014, 09:02 PM   #1411
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Simple Minds & Peter Gabriel - Biko, Live Mandela 70th Wembley June 1988...

June 1 - Train crash in Zeeland Neth, kills 2/2– U.S. President Ronald Reagan makes a visit to Britain- Con-sumer Reports calls for a ban on the Suzuki Samurai automobile\5 – The first National Cancer Survivors Day is held/6 – Elizabeth II strips jockey Lester Piggott of his OBE, following his jailing for tax irregularities- 3 giant turtles found in Bronx sewage plant\9- "Bloodsport (1987)" premieres in Germany/10 – Spontaneous 100,000 strong mass night-singing demonstrations in Estonia eventually give name to the Singing Revolution\11-The name of the General Public License (GPL) is mentioned for the first time/12 - The Rep of Ireland beats England 1-0 at Euro88 thanks to a headed goal by Ray Houghton\13- George Harrison releases "This is Love"/14 – A small wildfire starts in Montana just north of the boundary for Yellowstone National Park. The Storm Creek fire expands into the park, then merges with dozens of other drought-inspired fires. Eventually, over 750,000 acres (3,000 km2) of Yellowstone – 36% of the park's area – burns before firefighters gain control in late September\15 – 5 British soldiers are killed by the IRA in Lisburn/16– More than 100 English football fans are arrested in West Germany in connection with incidents of football hooliganism during the European Championships\17- Givens' Family reports Mike Tyson beats his wife Robin Givens/18 – England's participation in the European Football Champions ended when they finished bottom of their group having lost all 3 games\19- 88th US Golf Open: Curtis Strange shoots a 278 at Country Club Mass/22 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit is released to theaters by Walt Disney Pictures\23 – NASA scientist James Hansen testifies to the Senate that man-made global warming has begun – 3 gay rights activists invade the BBC TV studios during the 6 o'clock bulletin of the BBC News/25 – The Netherlands defeats the Soviet Union 2–0 to win Euro 88 - Roger Rabbit Cartoon Character debuts in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"\26 – Air France Flight 296 crashes into the tops of trees beyond the runway on a demonstration flight at Habsheim, France; 3 passengers are killed-This was the first crash of an A320 aircraft/27 – The Gare de Lyon rail accident occurs in Paris, France as a commuter train headed inbound to the terminal crashes into a stationary outbound train, killing 56 and injuring 57\28 – 4 workers are exposed to poisonous gas at a metal-plating plant in Auburn, Indiana, in the worst confined-space industrial accident in U.S. history (a 5th victim dies two days later)/29 – Morrison v. Olson: The US Supreme Court upholds the law allowing special prosecutors to investigate suspected crimes by executive branch officials\30 – Roman Catholic Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre consecrates 4 bishops at Écône, Switzerland for his apostolate, along with Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer, without a papal mandate- French archbishop Lefebvre is X-communicated by the Roman Catholic Church - "Sledge Hammer!" last aires on ABC-TV... love anything full contact..I need a few more scars on my face..You didn't Flinch! You have fighting spirit!..But I heard you can get killed at that Kumite.. Only if you fook up...

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