History: 10 October

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History: From the inclusion of Papua New Guinea in the UN to passing the Iraq war resolution, all major events on October 10.

  • Papua New Guinea joins the United Nations in 1975.
  • The 7.1 Mw El Asnam earthquake strikes northern Algeria in 1980, killing 2,633 people and wounding 8,369.
  • 1986 – A 5.7 Mw earthquake strikes San Salvador, killing 1,500 people.
  • Austral Lneas Aéreas Flight 2553 crashes and explodes in Uruguay in 1997, killing 74 people.
  • 2002 – Iraq War: The United States Congress passes the Resolution Authorizing the Use of Military Force Against Iraq.
  • In 2009, Armenia and Turkey sign the Zurich Protocols, which aim to normalise relations.
  • The Netherlands Antilles was abolished as a country in 2010.
  • Twin bomb bombings in Ankara, Turkey, kill 109 people and injure hundreds more in 2015.
  • Hurricane Michael makes landfall as a Category 5 hurricane in the Florida Panhandle in 2018. It kills 57 individuals in the United States, with 45 of them dying in Florida alone.
  • Abbas ibn Ali, son of Imam Ali was assassinated by Yazid I’s army in the battle of Karbala in 680.

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