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What Happened on November 24th This Day in History

Year Name
2022 Five days after the general elections which resulted in a hung parliament, opposition leader and former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim is officially named as the 10th prime minister of Malaysia.
2016 The government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia—People's Army sign a revised peace deal, bringing an end to the country's more than 50-year-long civil war.
2015 A Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su-24 fighter jet is shot down by the Turkish Air Force over the Syria
2015 A terrorist attack on a hotel in Al-Arish, Egypt, kills at least seven people and injures 12 others.
2015 An explosion on a bus carrying Tunisian Presidential Guard personnel in Tunisia's capital Tunis leaves at least 14 people dead.
2013 Iran signs an interim agreement with the P5+1 countries, limiting its nuclear program in exchange for reduced sanctions.
2012 A fire at a clothing factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, kills at least 112 people.
2009 The Avdhela Project, an Aromanian digital library and cultural initiative, is founded in Bucharest, Romania.
1992 China Southern Airlines Flight 3943 crashes on approach to Guilin Qifengling Airport in Guilin, China, killing all 141 people on board.
1989 After a week of mass protests against the Communist regime known as the Velvet Revolution, Miloš Jakeš and the entire Politburo of the Czechoslovak Communist Party resign from office. This brings an effective end to Communist rule in Czechoslovakia.
1976 The Çaldıran–Muradiye earthquake in eastern Turkey kills between 4,000 and 5,000 people.
1974 Donald Johanson and Tom Gray discover the 40% complete Australopithecus afarensis skeleton, nicknamed "Lucy" (after The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"), in the Awash Valley of Ethiopia's Afar Depression.
1973 A national speed limit is imposed on the Autobahn in Germany because of the 1973 oil crisis. The speed limit lasts only four months.
1971 During a severe thunderstorm over Washington state, a hijacker calling himself Dan Cooper (aka D. B. Cooper) parachutes from a Northwest Orient Airlines plane with $200,000 in ransom money. He has never been found.
1969 Apollo program: The Apollo 12 command module splashes down safely in the Pacific Ocean, ending the second manned mission to land on the Moon.
1966 Bulgarian TABSO Flight 101 crashes near Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, killing all 82 people on board.
1965 Joseph-Désiré Mobutu seizes power in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and becomes President; he rules the country (which he renames Zaire in 1971) for over 30 years, until being overthrown by rebels in 1997.
1963 Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, is killed by Jack Ruby.
1962 Cold War: The West Berlin branch of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany forms a separate party, the Socialist Unity Party of West Berlin.
1962 The influential British satirical television programme That Was the Week That Was is first broadcast.
1944 World War II: The 73rd Bombardment Wing launches the first attack on Tokyo from the Northern Mariana Islands.
1943 World War II: At the battle of Makin the USS Liscome Bay is torpedoed near Tarawa and sinks, killing 650 men.
1941 World War II: The United States grants Lend-Lease to the Free French Forces.
1940 World War II: The First Slovak Republic becomes a signatory to the Tripartite Pact, officially joining the Axis powers.
1935 The Senegalese Socialist Party holds its second congress.
1932 In Washington, D.C., the FBI Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory (better known as the FBI Crime Lab) officially opens.
1929 The Finnish far-right Lapua Movement officially begins when a group of mainly the former White Guard members, led by Vihtori Kosola, interrupted communism occasion at the Workers' House in Lapua, Finland.
1922 Nine Irish Republican Army members are executed by an Irish Free State firing squad. Among them is author Erskine Childers, who had been arrested for illegally carrying a revolver.
1917 In Milwaukee, nine members of the Milwaukee Police Department are killed by a bomb, the most deaths in a single event in U.S. police history until the September 11 attacks in 2001.
1906 A 13–6 victory by the Massillon Tigers over their rivals, the Canton Bulldogs, for the "Ohio League" Championship, leads to accusations that the championship series was fixed and results in the first major scandal in professional American football.
1877 Anna Sewell's animal welfare novel Black Beauty is published.
1863 American Civil War: Battle of Lookout Mountain: Near Chattanooga, Tennessee, Union forces under General Ulysses S. Grant capture Lookout Mountain and begin to break the Confederate siege of the city led by General Braxton Bragg.
1850 Danish troops defeat a Schleswig-Holstein force in the town of Lottorf, Schleswig-Holstein.
1835 The Texas Provincial Government authorizes the creation of a horse-mounted police force called the Texas Rangers (which is now the Texas Ranger Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety).
1832 South Carolina passes the Ordinance of Nullification, declaring that the Tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were null and void in the state, beginning the Nullification Crisis.
1750 Tarabai, regent of the Maratha Empire, imprisons Rajaram II of Satara for refusing to remove Balaji Baji Rao from the post of peshwa.
1642 Abel Tasman becomes the first European to discover the island Van Diemen's Land (later renamed Tasmania).
1542 Battle of Solway Moss: An English army defeats a much larger Scottish force near the River Esk in Dumfries and Galloway.
1429 Hundred Years' War: Joan of Arc unsuccessfully besieges La Charité.
1359 Peter I of Cyprus ascends the throne of Cyprus after his father, Hugh IV of Cyprus, abdicates.
1248 An overnight landslide on the north side of Mont Granier, one of the largest historical rockslope failures ever recorded in Europe, destroys five villages.
1227 Gąsawa massacre: At an assembly of Piast dukes at Gąsawa, Polish Prince Leszek the White, Duke Henry the Bearded and others are attacked by assassins while bathing.
1221 Genghis Khan defeats the renegade Khwarazmian prince Jalal al-Din at the Battle of the Indus, completing the Mongol conquest of Central Asia.
1190 Conrad of Montferrat becomes King of Jerusalem upon his marriage to Isabella I of Jerusalem.
380 Theodosius I makes his adventus, or formal entry, into Constantinople.
Famous People Born on November 24

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Year Name
1968 Bülent Korkmaz, Turkish footballer and manager
1970 Ashley Ward, English footballer and businessman
1859 Cass Gilbert, American architect, designed the United States Supreme Court Building and Woolworth Building (d. 1934)
1955 Takashi Yuasa, Japanese lawyer and author
1888 Dale Carnegie, American author and educator (d. 1955)
1943 Dave Bing, American basketball player and politician, 70th Mayor of Detroit
1273 Alphonso, Earl of Chester (d. 1284)
1897 Lucky Luciano, Italian-American mob boss (d. 1962)
1952 Rachel Chagall, American actress
1969 Romesh Kaluwitharana, Sri Lankan cricketer
Famous People Deaths On November 24

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Date Name
1954 Mamie Dillard, African American educator, clubwoman and suffragist (b. 1874)
1996 Sorley MacLean, Scottish soldier and poet (b. 1911)
1973 John Neihardt, American author and poet (b. 1881)
1993 Albert Collins, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1932)
2002 John Rawls, American philosopher, author, and academic (b. 1921)
1530 Mingyi Nyo, Burmese ruler (b. 1459)
1885 Nicolás Avellaneda, Argentinian journalist and politician, 8th President of Argentina (b. 1837)
2003 Warren Spahn, American baseball player and coach (b. 1921)
1642 Walatta Petros, saint in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (b. 1592)
1583 René de Birague, French cardinal (b. 1506)