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Famous Events For December 4

Famous Events For December 4 – Today In History

What Happened on December 4 in World History?

Early Centuries – December 4 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. December 4, 1110 – Crusaders capture the Syrian harbor city of Saida (Sidon)
2. December 4, 1154 – Adrian IV nominated as Pope. Nicholas Breakspear was the only Englishman who was nominated by the Holy Father, who was into brewing beer business in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
3. December 4, 1197 – Rabbi Eleazar ben Judah was injured by the Crusaders
4. December 4, 1259 – English King Henry III and French King Louis IX enter into an agreement entitled Treaty of Paris

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5. December 4, 1489 – Spanish army defeats Moors and seize Baza
6. December 4, 1534 – Capture of Baghdad by Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent
7. December 4, 1563 – After a gap of 18 years, the Council of Trent meets for its last conference. This was the last meeting of the leaders of the church for more than 300 years
8. December 4, 1619 – Thanks given to God by 38 settlers from Berkeley Community, England at Virginia. This was considered the first “Thanksgiving Day” in America
9. December 4, 1644 – inauguration of the First European Congress for peace in Munster
10. December 4, 1655 – construction of a place of worship for Jews banned in Middelburg, Netherlands
11. December 4, 1665 – debut show of “Alexandre le Grand” by Jean Racine in Paris
12. December 4, 1674 – construction of the first building for living in now—days Chicago by Father Marquette
13. December 4, 1676 – war between the Danish army guided by King Christian V of Denmark and the Swedish army under the control of Field Marshall Simon Grundel-Helmfelt at Lund
14. December 4, 1680 – a picture of a comet not known earlier till Dec.16th had been embossed on an egg laid by a hen in Rome
15. December 4, 1682 – First meeting of the General Assembly in Pennsylvania (Chester)
16. December 4, 1688 – Change of loyalty by General John Churchill (later 1st Duke of Marlborough) from James II to William of Orange
17. December 4, 1691 – seize of Transylvania by King Leopold I
18. December 4, 1691 – selection of Maximilian II as chief administrator of Southern Netherlands by King Carlos II of Spain

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18th Century – What Happened on December 4 – The 1700s

19. December 4, 1745 – Handsome Prince Charles arrives in Derby
20. December 4, 1783 – a farewell party for officers at Fraunce’s Tavern, NYC by General Washington
21. December 4, 1791 – circulation of the first print of the oldest Sunday newspaper in the world, Britain’s ‘Observer’
22. December 4, 1798 – Defiant farmers in Flemish seize Hasselt

19th Century – December 4 This Day That Year – The 1800s

23. December 4, 1812 – copyright given to Peter Gaillard of Lancaster, Pennsylvania for inventing a machine to cut grass drawn by a horse
24. December 4, 1816 – election of James Monroe as the 5th President of the United States. He triumphs over Rufus King of the Federalist Party
25. December 4, 1829 – “suttee” (a ritual in India where a widow burns herself on the funeral pyre of the husband) was declared illegal by the British
26. December 4, 1832 – the fort of Antwerp was bombarded by the French army
27. December 4, 1833 – founding of the American Anti-Slavery Society by Arthur Tappan in Philadelphia
28. December 4, 1836 – first assembly of the Whig party at a National level in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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29. December 4, 1843 – copyright for paper made of sails, canvas, and rope – Manila paper – in Massachusetts
30. December 4, 1843 – the first show of “Das Paradies und die Peri” by Robert Schumann in Leipzig
31. December 4, 1844 – election of James Knox Polk as 11th President of the United States
32. December 4, 1851 – a military rebellion in France was trounced by the army loyal to President Louis Napoleon Bonaparte
33. December 4, 1863 – The provinces along the cost in The Netherlands were devasted by hurricane
34. December 4, 1864 – war at Waynesborough in Georgia
35. December 4, 1864 – Jews in Romania were not allowed to train in law
36. December 4, 1867 – Establishment of the Order of the Patrons of Husbandry by Oliver Hudson Kelley, a farmer who was in Minnesota earlier (now known as the Grange)
37. December 4, 1875 – William Magear Tweed, known as “Boss Tweed” breaks away from prison
38. December 4, 1881 – issue of the first copy of the Los Angeles Time
39. December 4, 1889 – The voyage of Henery Morton Stanley, the Voyager, arrives in Bagamoyo in the Indian Ocean
40. December 4, 1899 – assembly of 56th Congress (2899-1901)
41. December 4, 1899 – The medal of honor given to Webb Hayes, the son of US President Rutherford Hayes

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day December 4 – The 1900s

42. December 4, 1901 – debut performance of the play “Girl and the Judge” by Anne Russell
43. December 4, 1905 – stepping down of Prime Minister Arthur Balfour in Britain
44. December 4, 1906 – Formation of the first Black association of Alpha Phi Alpha
45. December 4, 1908 – General Alexis Nord, President of Haiti runs away due to military rebellion
46. December 4, 1908 – Ten leading world’s naval countries meet in a Conference in London to formulate guidelines for blockade, convoys, and confiscation of illegal imports
47. December 4, 1909 – University of Toronto Blues defeat Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club, 26-6; Blues unconquered at the 1st CFL Grey Cup, Rosedale Field, Toronto
48. December 4, 1909 – J. Ambrose O’Brien and Jack Laviolette, the oldest NHL licensee founded the “Club de Hockey Canadian” now called today as the Montreal Canadiens
49. December 4, 1914 – Federal League pays money to Walter Johnson. Chicago Wales Clark Griffith desires to take Johnson to court

50. December 4, 1915 – The Congressional Medal of Honor was awarded to Frank Friday Fletcher, the first US admiral
51. December 4, 1915 – Fulton County, George offers a contract to Ku Klux Klan
52. December 4, 1915 – curtain down on Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco
53. December 4, 1915 – Oscar II, peace ship of Henry Ford travels to Europe to liberate the boys by Christmas
54. December 4, 1918 – US President Woodrow Wilson arrives in France to attend the Versailles Peace Conference
55. December 4, 1920 – Buffalo-7 and Canton-3 play the first professional playoff game at Polo Grounds
56. December 4, 1920 – University of Toronto Blues defeat Toronto Argonauts, 16-3 to achieve their 4th championship at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
57. December 4, 1921 – There was no clear verdict by the juries on the Virginia murder case against Roscoe ‘Fatty’ Arbuckle
58. December 4, 1921 – Chicago Staleys defeat Buffalo All-Americans, 10-7 in the existing championship play in which the teams stood equal in ratings at the American Professional Football Association Championship, Cubs Park, Chicago
59. December 4, 1922 – The first woman delegation secretary to US foreign service was Lucille Atcherson
60. December 4, 1923 – A variety show, Eveready Hour aired on WEAF radio
61. December 4, 1926 – Ottawa Senators defeat the University of Toronto Blues, 10-7 to preserve their championship title at the CFL Grey Cup
62. December 4, 1927 – the 2nd collection of Sonata by Dmitri Shostakovich debuts in Moscow
63. December 4, 1927 – Premiere of Duke Ellington at the Cotton Club in Harlem
64. December 4, 1927 – MVP of NL conferred on Paul Waner of Pirates

65. December 4, 1928 – debut performance of “Whoopee” by Walter Donaldson & Gus Kahn in NYC
66. December 4, 1930 – controlling birth of children by rhythm procedure meets approval by the Vatican
67. December 4, 1931 – inauguration of “Frankenstein” at Mayfair
68. December 4, 1932 – Kurt von Schleicher replaces Franz von Papen as Reich Chancellor of Germany
69. December 4, 1933 – The Federal Alcohol Control Administration was founded by US President Franklin D Roosevelt
70. December 4, 1933 – a play entitled “Tobacco Road” by Jack Kirkland debuts in NYC to achieve the distinction of the longest successive play of its period
71. December 4, 1935 – The registrants for the anticommunism class at St Joseph’s College, Philadelphia stood at 1200
72. December 4, 1941 – Jews of Poland are not given the protection by courts as per the Nazi ordinance
73. December 4, 1942 – James Hoey, on overseas soil gets his US citizenship
74. December 4, 1942 – disbanding of the Works Progress Admiration by an order of FDR
75. December 4, 1942 – The Italian mainland was bombarded by US during the WWII for the first time
76. December 4, 1942 – A Zegota Organization was founded by Zofia Kossak-Szczucka and Wanda Fillipowicz in Warsaw
77. December 4, 1943 – FDR, Winston Churchill, and Turkish President Ismet Inonu attend the 2nd conference of Cairo
78. December 4, 1943 – any baseball club can enter into an agreement with Negroes for play on behalf of the club, as per orders of the Commissioner Landis
79. December 4, 1943 – opposition leader in Yugoslavia Dr Ribar becomes the Prime Minister of a caretaker government
80. December 4, 1944 – Betuwe was flooded due to the demolition of the Rhine barrage by the Germans
81. December 4, 1945 – Doc Blanchard, Army (FB) awarded the 11th Heisman Trophy
82. December 4, 1945 -US parliament accepts the proposal for the US to take part in the United Nations
83. December 4, 1947 – USSR becomes a member of the International Amateur Athletic Union
84. December 4, 1947 – In the first cricket match between Australia and India, in Brisbane, India scored 98 and Australia won by an innings and 226 runs; Speedy bowler Ernie Toshack claims 6 wickets for 29 runs against a total figure of 11 for 31

85. December 4, 1948 – last show of “Magdalena” at Ziegfeld Theater, NYC after 48 presentations
86. December 4, 1948 – Ship ss Kiangya meets with an accident in Whangpoo River, China, and submerges causing the death of 2750
87. December 4, 1949 – Bob Gage scores an NFL-best 97-yard touchdown run
88. December 4, 1949 – A Malay student Rosli Dhoby with the assistance of Morshidi Sidek assassinates Duncan Steward, the 2nd British Governor of Sarawak to help the adjacent country Indonesia capture British Sarawak
89. December 4, 1951 – debut show of the dance performance of “The Pied Piper” by Aaron Copland and Jerome Robbins in NYC
90. December 4, 1951 – 500 people lost their lives when extremely high-temperature gases came down Mount Catarman, Philippines
91. December 4, 1951 – appointment of Mir Waiz Maulvi Muhammad Yusouf as President of Azad Kashmir administration
92. December 4, 1952 – The word “Smog” was created when the disastrous fog started in London, England
93. December 4, 1952 – The Congress of the Industrial Organization (CIO) in the US nominated Walter P. Reuther as its chairman
94. December 4, 1954 – last show of “Hit the Trail” at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 4 shows
95. December 4, 1954 – last show of “On Your Toes” at 46th St Theater NYC after 64 presentations
96. December 4, 1954 – inauguration of the first Burger King in Miami, Florida, USA
97. December 4, 1955 – Bernardus Johannes Alfrink starts his stint as Archbishop of Utrecht

98. December 4, 1956 – Paul Hornung, Notre Dame (QB) awarded the 22nd Heisman Trophy
99. December 4, 1956 – Murry Rose, the Australian swimmer, swims 400m in the shortest time of 4:27.3 to clinch the gold at the Melbourne Olympics; Rose also later achieved the gold in the 1500m event
100. December 4, 1956 – Pat McCormick, the American diver, clinches the 3m springboard gold with 142.46 points at the Melbourne Olympics; following this, she claims the gold in the 10m platform in women’s double.
101. December 4, 1957 – circulation of the first print of “Chase’s Annual Events”
102. December 4, 1957 – in an accident involving two passenger trains due to dense fog, 92 people lost their lives (St John’s, England)
103. December 4, 1958 – self-governing status for Dahomey (Benin), Ivory Coast within the French Municipal
104. December 4, 1958 – stepping down of Fagerholm as Prime Minister of Finland
105. December 4, 1961 – Floyd Patterson defeats Tom McNeeley in 4 to achieve the heavyweight championship
106. December 4, 1961 – the Le Bateau, a painting by Matisse was fixed topsy-turvy for 47 days at the Museum of Modern Art
107. December 4, 1961 – the smallest number of fans,1300 gathered for the NY Knick, 49th St Madison Square Garden
108. December 4, 1961 – The UN accepts Tanganyika as its 104th member
109. December 4, 1961 – TV Transmission channel 8 starts airing in Waycross, GA on PBS
110. December 4, 1961 – The National Health Service in Britain makes available the female birth control ‘pill’ on its service
111. December 4, 1961 – Washington Redskins chose Ernie Davis from the University of Syracuse as its first choice from the 1962 NFL Panel
112. December 4, 1962 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Site
113. December 4, 1963 – Swearing in of Aldo Moro as the Prime Minister of Italy (1963-1968)
114. December 4, 1963 – the 2nd assembly of the 2nd Vatican Council was finished by Pope Paul VI
115. December 4, 1963 – Andy Hebenton, NHL right-wing player for Boston creates a new best score by playing 581 successive plays and scores equal to Chicago Black Hawks (2-2); achieves 630 games
116. December 4, 1964 – ‘Beatles for Sale’ collection by the Beatles announced
117. December 4, 1964 – free-agent draft approved by baseball

118. December 4, 1964 – In any disagreement in baseball, the Commissioner’s decision is final
119. December 4, 1964 – Ian Chappell plays his first cricket match Vs Pakistan MCG, 11, 0-49,0-31
120. December 4, 1965 – last show of “Roar of the Greasepaint” at Shubert NYC after 232 presentations
121. December 4, 1965 – 4 lost their life in an accident involving two aircraft above Danbury Connecticut
122. December 4, 1965 – The demise of the opposite team 76ers’ owner caused the postponement of the 2nd NY Knicks play
123. December 4, 1965 – spacecraft Gemini 7 sent to space with Frank Borman and Jim Lovell
124. December 4, 1965 – Masanori Murakami of San Francisco Giant ends his contract but makes a fresh agreement with the Nankai Hawks of Osaka for $ 40,000
125. December 4, 1966 – TV Transmission channel 2 starts functioning in Little Rock, AR on PBS
126. December 4, 1966 – During the Vietnam War, a dog, “Nemo” of the Military saves the life of his trainer Robert A. Throneburg, despite being injured by a bullet on the nose
127. December 4, 1968 – fierce fighting between the Loyalists and those participating in the civil rights demonstrations in Dungannon in Northern Ireland
128. December 4, 1970 – the percentage of unemployment in the US increases to 5.8
129. December 4, 1971 – a crisis assembly of the UN Security Council was convened to discuss the worsening state of affairs between India and Pakistan
130. December 4, 1971 – Naval clash between India and Pakistan in Karachi
131. December 4, 1971 – the detonation of a bomb by UVF at a bar owned by the Catholics in Belfast takes the life of 15 Catholics and injures 17 others; the highest number of deaths in an incident in Belfast during the period of turmoil
132. December 4, 1974 – a-chartered plane, Dutch DC-8 smashes in Sri Lanka causing the death of 191 Muslim tourists
133. December 4, 1974 – meeting between Jean-Paul Sartre and Andreas Baader of the Red Army Faction Chief in detention
134. December 4, 1975 – The Indonesian embassy in The Hague was seized by 6 South Molukkans causing the death of one
135. December 4, 1977 – self-crowning of Jean-Bedel Bokassa as King of Central African Empire at an extravagant ritual spending USD20 million, equal to 1/3rd of the nation’s financial outlay
136. December 4, 1977 – Cincinnati defeats KC, 27-7 at the NFL’s 5000th play
137. December 4, 1977 – the first show of “Chapter Two” by Neil Simon in NYC
138. December 4, 1977 – Australia defeats Italy (3-1) at the 66th Davis Cup in Sydney
139. December 4, 1977 – Australia vanquished by West Indies in the 1st World Series Cricket Test at VFL Park in Melbourne by 3 wickets. Australia scored 235 runs; Viv Richards and Clive Lloyd scored 56 and 44 respectively and steered WI to 237/7 with 2 days remaining
140. December 4, 1977 – John Alexander vanquish Adriano Panatta of Italy, 6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 8-6, 11-9 in a 3-hr, 54-minute traditional play to give Australia a 3-2 lead at the Davis Cup Tennis, Sydney
141. December 4, 1978 – San Francisco gets its first woman and Jewish mayor Dianne Feinstein
142. December 4, 1978 – Pieter Menten, a Dutch war offender, released from jail
143. December 4, 1978 – spacecraft Pioneer Venus 1 moves around Venus
144. December 4, 1979 – Bingo Smith, jersey No.#7 steps down from the Cleveland Cavaliers
145. December 4, 1980 – Led Zeppelin publicizes two months after the demise of their drummer John Bonham
146. December 4, 1980 – the successful 15-winning play broken by the Islanders (23-0-2)
147. December 4, 1981 – first performance of “Falcon Crest” on CBS – TV
148. December 4, 1981 – Regan issued an executive order on intelligence (12333) permitting the CIA to participate in internal counterintelligence
149. December 4, 1981 – Ciskei acquires freedom in South Africa but is not accepted as an independent nation outside South Africa
150. December 4, 1982 – Herschel Walker, Georgia (RB) was awarded the 48th Heisman Trophy
151. December 4, 1982 – The constitution of China approved

152. December 4, 1982 – fighting between constabulary and racist protestors in Antwerp
153. December 4, 1983 – last show of “Amen Corner” at Netherlander Theater NYC after 83 presentations
154. December 4, 1983 – premiere of “Baby” at Barrymore Theater NYC to give 241 presentations
155. December 4, 1983 – debut show of the musical “Baby” by David Shire and R Maltby Jr in NYC
156. December 4, 1983 – NJ Devils defeat Minnesota Detroit Red Wings, 6-0 without allowing the other team to score a goal (1st shut-out)
157. December 4, 1983 – Syrian anti-aircraft installations in Lebanon bombed by US jets
158. December 4, 1984 – a Kuwait Airline plane was kidnaped by radicals belonging to the Hezbollah group where four travelers lost their lives
159. December 4, 1984 – Award of 6th ACE Cable Award to David Bowie of Serious Moonlight by Anthony Easton on HBO
160. December 4, 1985 – premiere of “Les Misérables” at Palace Theatre, London
161. December 4, 1985 – French President Mitterrand welcomes Polish head Jaruzelski
162. December 4, 1985 – appointment of Vice Admiral John Poindexter as an adviser on security matters by President Regan
163. December 4, 1985 – World No.2 tennis celebrity John McEnroe was defeated in a surprise game by Slobodan Zivojinovic of Yugoslavia, 2-6, 6-3,1-6, 6-4,6-0 during the Australian Open quarter-finals; McEnroe was not able to achieve any singles title for the first time since 1978
164. December 4, 1986 – Fltsatcom 7 was a satellite communication on UHF radio used by the US Navy to communicate between ships, etc inaugurated – Fleet Satellite Communication System
165. December 4, 1986 – debut show of “Broadway Bound” by Neil Simon in NYC
166. December 4, 1987 – world’s best skating of 10 km by Karlstad (13:48.51)
167. December 4, 1987 – the reigning title holder, Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia triumphs in 3 successive ATP Masters Grand Prix tennis championships by vanquishing Mats Wilander of Sweden, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 at Madison Square Garden, NYC
168. December 4, 1988 – in a motorcycle accident, actor Gary Busey was seriously wounded
169. December 4, 1988 – LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic achieved by Amy/John Huston
170. December 4, 1988 – Orioles sell expert 1st Baseman Eddie Murray to the Dodgers
171. December 4, 1988 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
172. December 4, 1988 – Oilers beat New York Rangers, 10-6. Jimmy Carson achieved 6 NHL hat tricks even before attaining the age of 21 and he was the third player to achieve this distinction
173. December 4, 1989 – The NBC’s program based on the theme of killings of black youths by white youths in New York City, entitled “Howard Beach: Making A Case for Murder” debuts on NBC
174. December 4, 1990 – The price of gas in NYC reaches $1.60 per gallon due to Persian Gulf emergency
175. December 4, 1990 -all the 3300 Russian captives held by Iraq would be set free as per the statement by Iraq
176. December 4, 1990 – an announcement by Iraq indicates that Iraq will pull out if it can hold power over Rumailah fields as well as Keep Bubiyan and Werbah islands, and the demands for treating the Palestinian crisis separately would be resolvable
177. December 4, 1991 – final performance by Judds (Nashville)
178. December 4, 1991 – Terry Anderson of the US was kept captive for 6 ½ years by Muslim Shi’ites and set free
179. December 4, 1991 – the operations of Pan American World Airways suspended
180. December 4, 1991 – Patricia Bowman swore the fact that William Kennedy Smith raped her
181. December 4, 1992 – 28,000 US troops are to reach Somalia during the Somali Civil War as per the directives of President George H.W. Bush
182. December 4, 1993 – 500m skate best achieved by Dan Jansen in 35.92 sec
183. December 4, 1993 – Skates world’s best for 5K in 6:35.53 achieved by Johann Koss
184. December 4, 1993 – peace treaty concluded between the Angola government and UNITA protestors
185. December 4, 1994 – last show of “Angels in America-Millennium Approach” after 367 presentations at Kerr
186. December 4, 1994 – last show of “Angles in America-Perestroika” at W Kerr NYC after 216 shows
187. December 4, 1994 – Sweden defeats Russia in Moscow, 4-1 during the 83rd Davis Cup
188. December 4, 1994 – LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic achieved by Marta Figueras-Dottie and Band Bryant
189. December 4, 1995 – A monumental masterpiece. Atherton scored 185 not out. The innings lasted for 643 minutes to save the Johannesburg Test
190. December 4, 1996 – Alanis Morissette was awarded the 7th Billboard Music Award
191. December 4, 1996 – 1st rocket to Mars from Cape Canaveral Airforce Station by NASA
192. December 4, 1996 – after the introduction of 24 second stop clock, Orlando Magic scored the minimum points and lost to Cleveland Cavalier, 84-57
193. December 4, 1997 – premiere of “Diary of Anne Frank” at Music Box Theater NYC
194. December 4, 1997 – suspension by NBA for 1 year of earlier Golden State Warriors guard Latrell Sprewell for violent treatment of coach P.J. Carlesimo
195. December 4, 1997 – Nizar Hamdoon cautions that Iraq will not supply oil during the 3rd six-month period of the UN’s proposal “oil-for-food sale” till the UN clears a plan for aid allocation
196. December 4, 1998 – the inauguration of the second unit of “The Unity Module” from the International Space Station

21st Century – December 4 This Day In History – The 2000s

197. December 4, 2001 – the assassination of the former wife of Ex-President F.W. de Klerk, Marike de Klerk at her residence in Cape Town
198. December 4, 2005 – a rebellion by millions of people in Hong Kong against a democratic system of rule and for permission of the administration for equal rights to vote
199. December 4, 2005 – Croatia defeats Slovak Republic (3-2) at the 94th Davis Cup in Bratislava
200. December 4, 2005 – premiere of the first of the two parts of the TV biography of “Pope John Paul II” on CBS in the US
201. December 4, 2006 – Kubodera captures on his video a mature massive squid near the Ogasawara Islands, 1000 km south of Tokyo
202. December 4, 2007 – Brazilian midfield Kaka of Milan achieved distinction as the best soccer player in the world; the first time the players from the UEFA association qualified for nomination
203. December 4, 2011 – Spain defeats Argentina in Seville (3-1) at the 100th Davis Cup match
204. December 4, 2012 – In a big gun attack in Bteeha, Syria, 29 people lost their life
205. December 4, 2012 – hurricane Bopha strikes in Philippines taking the toll to 81
206. December 4, 2013 – first openly gay Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel sworn in Luxenberg
207. December 4, 2014 – climate warning by the UN that the world is moving toward the warmest year
208. December 4, 2014 – cease-fire agreement in the eastern war region between Ukraine and Pro-Russian protestors commencing from December 9
209. December 4, 2014 – an impartial investigation into the demise of African American Eric Garner was assured by US authorities after a white police officer in NYC held a tight grip on his neck and faced no charges
210. December 4, 2915 – the deluge caused by a month-long heavy rain in Chennai and Tamil Nadu State in India commenced retreating leaving more than 260 victims and many marooned
211. December 4, 2016 – Alexander Van der Bellen, a liberal independent, voted to power as President in Austria after the earlier voting in May was canceled
212. December 4, 2016 – stepping down of John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand after 8 years in office
213. December 4, 2016 – demonstration by millions throughout Brazil protesting against a weakening of anti-corruption probes
214. December 4, 2016 – notes of higher denomination issued for circulation in Venezuela as its exchange value dropped by 60% in a month against USD
215. December 4, 2017 – US President Trump’s prohibition to travel to 6 predominantly Muslim nations upheld by US Supreme Court
216. December 4, 2017 – suspension of James Levine, conductor of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House for misbehavior against women
217. December 4, 2017 – dismissal of Ben McAdoo, chief coach, and Jerry Reese, manager by Hew York Giants after a 2-10 start
218. December 4, 2017 – inferno in the city of Ventura, California
219. December 4, 2018 – permission granted without any dissenting vote to Seattle Hockey Partners guided by billionaire entrepreneur Davis Bonderman, an NHL franchise by the Board of Governors to conduct the play during the 2020-21 period at Key Arena
220. December 4, 2018 – The UK administration led by Theresa May experienced reverses three times in the parliament in one day; also disrespect from the parliament for not publishing the full text on Brexit
221. December 4, 2018 – Three weeks of demonstrations by the public against the rise in fuel tax, French President Emmanuel Macron rescinds his order
222. December 4, 2018 – the 2018 Turner Prize was awarded to Scottish artist Charlotte Prodger with a film shot on her iPhone
223. December 4, 2018 – the first birth of a child from the uterus transplanted from the dead benefactor in Sao Paulo, Brazil
224. December 4, 2018 – The designer house in France, Chanel bans the use of fur and foreign skins after being prohibited by other business establishments
225. December 4, 2018 – a research paper published in “Nature” and “Science” reveals that the Native Americans migrated once from Siberia to the New World 23,000 years before

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