Historical Events For May - 22
Sunday, 11 December 2016
1990 On May - 22 north & South Yemen merge to form Republic of Yemen
1990 The final episode of Newhart airs on CBS TV on May - 22.
1990 Max Wall, actor (Jabberwocky), dies on May - 22.
1991 Inter Milan wins 20th UEFA Cup at Rome on May - 22.
1991 NFL Owners agree to add 2 teams in 1994 on May - 22.
1991 Roh Jai Bong resigns as premier of South Korea on this day in history.
1991 On this day in history lino Brocka, director (Macho Dancer, Jaguar), dies in car crash at 51
1992 On May - 22 california Angels are involved in a bus crash in New Jersey
1992 India launches its Agni rocket on this day in history.
1992 Johnny Carson's final appearance as host of the Tonight Show on this day in history.
1993 On this day in history riddick Bowe TKOs Jesse Ferguson in 2 for heavyweight boxing title
1993 On May - 22 mieczyslaw Horszowski, Polish/US pianist (Carnegie Hall), dies at 100
1994 On this day in history frederick Hemming McClintock, criminologist, dies at 68
1995 Laverne & Shirley 20th anniversary reunionn special, televised on May - 22.
1995 On May - 22 robert Flemyng, actor (Kafka, Rebecca, Funny Face), dies at 83
1996 On May - 22 duncan Montgomery Stewart, academic, dies at 66
1998 On this day in history in Central Bolivia a 6.6 earthquake at least 105 people killed and 150 injured in the Aiquile-Totora area.
2003 Ousmane Zongo, Burkinabé shooting victim on May - 22.
2010 On this day in history air India Express Flight 812 overshoots the runway at Mangalore International Airport in India, killing 158 and leaving 8 survivors.
2011 An EF5 Tornado strikes the US city of Joplin, Missouri killing at least 158 people, the single deadliest US tornado since modern record keeping began in 1950 on May - 22.
2012 14 people die and 30 are injured in train collision in India on this day in history.
2012 Tokyo Skytree, the tallest self-supporting tower in the world at 634 metres high, is opened to public on May - 22.
2014 On May - 22 the military stage a coup in Thailand, suspending the kingdom's constitution and taking control of the government (Thailand's army has staged eleven coups since 1932)