Historical Events In 1995
Sunday, 03 July 2022
Jan 13 Lamberto Dini becomes prime minister of Italy on this day in history.
Jan 13 On this day in history philippine authorities unearth a plot by militant Muslims to assassinate Pope John Paul II during his visit.
Jan 13 On this day in history the National Hockey League teams unanimously ratify agreement to end the players strike
Jan 14 On this day in history 10,000s South Africans attend state funeral of Joe Slovo
Jan 15 On this day in history sollie McElroy, singer, dies at 61
Jan 15 On this day in history southern Alabama begins using new area code 334
Jan 15 Western Washington begins using new area code 360 on this day in history.
Jan 16 Former federal minister Ros Kelly, brought down over her administration of sports grants, resigns from Australian parliament on this day in history.
Jan 17 On this day in history 7.2 earthquake destroys Kobe Japan (5,372 die)
Jan 17 In the year 1995 a powerful earthquake rocked Kobe, Japan, and the surrounding area, killing more than 5,000 people.
Jan 17 In the year 1995 great Hanshin earthquake in Japan killing 6,434 people
Jan 17 More than 6,000 die as a magnitude 7.2 earthquake rocks Kobe, Japan on this day in history.
Jan 18 Adolph F J Butenandt, German bio-chemist (Nobel 1939), dies at 91 in the year 1995.
Jan 18 Kumble takes 16-99 in match for Karnataka vs Kerala on this day in history.
Jan 18 Officials in Paris announced the discovery of a magnificent display of Paleolithic cave art in southern France in the year 1995.
Jan 18 On this day in history pope John Paul II begins visit to Australia
Jan 19 In the year 1995 eugene Fuller, polymath/linguist, dies at 80
Jan 19 Jean-Claude Juncker (28) sworn in as premier of Luxembourg in the year 1995.
Jan 19 On this day in history pope John Paul II beatifies Mother Mary McKillop before crowd of 120,000 at Randwick racecourse in Sydney.
Jan 19 Russian forces captured the presidential palace in the rebel republic of Chechnya in the year 1995.
Jan 20 In the year 1995 1994-95 NHL Season begin after a lengthy strike
Jan 20 A strike-shortened National Hockey League season opened, with teams playing a 48-game schedule instead of the usual 84 on this day in history.
Jan 20 John Halas, Hungarian/US cartoonist (Animal Farm), dies at 81 in the year 1995.
Jan 20 On this day in history russian ruble drops to 3,947 per dollar (record)
Jan 20 On this day in history the U.S. State Department announces a partial lifting of economic sanctions against North Korea.
Jan 20 On this day in history the United States announced it was easing the trade embargo in effect against North Korea since the Korean War.
Jan 21 52th Golden Globes Forrest Gump, Tom Hanks, Jessica Lange, Brad Pitt on this day in history.
Jan 21 Calgary Police charge Dorothy Joudrie with attempted murder after the shooting of her estranged husband, oil executive Earl Joudrie, at her home in Calgary on this day in history.
Jan 22 In the year 1995 christopher Francis Palmer, orchestrator/Author, dies at 48
Jan 22 On this day in history rose Kennedy dies at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, at age 104.
Jan 22 Twenty-one Israelis are killed and dozens injured in a suicide bombing in central Israel on this day in history.
Jan 22 In the year 1995 two Palestinians killed 18 Israeli soldiers, a civilian and themselves in a bombing outside a military camp in central Israel.
Jan 23 British Columbia blocks Alcan's $1.3-billion (Canadian) Kemano power dam development, citing the threat to its salmon fishery in the year 1995.
Jan 23 On this day in history defence Minister David Collenette disbands the Canadian Airborne Regiment, effective March 5; after some of its soldiers were found to be involved in the death of a Somali boy during the UN mission