Historical Events In September - 27
Monday, 18 February 2019
1996 Mohammed Najibullah, politician, dies at 55 on this day in history.
1999 Detroit's Tiger Stadium closes after 87 years of hosting baseball and other sporting contests on September - 27.
2005 On September - 27 michaëlle Jean, born in Haiti, becomes the 27th Governor General of Canada, and the first black person to hold that position.
2006 On September - 27 an armed suspect holds six female students as hostages in Platte Canyon High School located in Bailey, Colorado. One hostage is fatally wounded as the gunman kills himself.
2012 On this day in history uN publicly releases documents from China and Japan detailing their contesting claims for the Senkoku Islands
2013 On September - 27 7 people are killed in mosque bombings in Baghdad, Iraq
2014 On September - 27 57 people are killed after Mount Ontake erupts in Japan
2017 Thai Ex-Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra found guilty of criminal negligence in rice subsidy scheme, sentenced to 5 years in absentia on this day in history.
2017 Researchers confirm existence of giant tree rat "Vika" in the Solomon Islands that can crack open coconuts on this day in history.
2018 US Senate hearing into alleged sexual assault by Judge Brett Kavanaugh with him and accuser Christine Blasey Ford giving evidence on September - 27.
2018 On September - 27 india's Supreme Court rules overturns 158-year old rule, section 497, decriminalizing adultery because it was discriminatory against women
2018 First Chinese #MeToo case goes to court, TV star Zhu Jun sues for defamation after accusation posted online on September - 27.
2018 Half of all orca could die through pollution involving polychlorinated biphenyls in the ocean, according to study published in "Science" on this day in history.
2018 On this day in history uS Securities and Exchange Commission files lawsuit accusing Elon Musk of securities fraud
2018 On this day in history justin Milne, head of Australian Broadcasting Corporation resigns amid allegations of firing journalists for the government