Memory of the day: Success of 1st cesarean delivery in America

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Thu, 14 Jan 2021 - 02:33 GMT

Delivery operation - Wired

Delivery operation - Wired

CAIRO – 14 January 2020: On January 14, many important events that changed the world map took place.

 

Important events in world history:-
 

1794 - American surgeon Jesse Bennett successfully performs the first cesarean delivery in America.

 

1814 - Denmark secedes from Norway.

 

1858 - Napoleon III survives an assassination attempt.

 

1999 - The US Senate begins the trial of President Bill Clinton in what is known as the Monica Gate scandal.

 

2000 - The Arab Writers Union announces its selection of the best 100 Arab novels of the twentieth century.

 

2011 - Tunisian First Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi announces his assumption of power temporarily due to the inability of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to perform his duties after he left Tunisia following the outbreak of a revolution against his rule.

 

2016 - The World Health Organization announces the end of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, after it claimed more than 11,000 people.


 

Born on this day:-
 

1941 - Faye Dunaway, American actress.

 

1943 - Ralph Steinman, Canadian immunologist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2011.

 

1944 - Mohamed Negm, Egyptian actor.

 

1947 - Sabry Abdel Moneim, Egyptian actor.

 

1967 - Emily Watson, English actress.

 

1969 - Jason Bateman, American actor.

 

1973 - Enas Makki, an Algerian actress working in Egypt.

 

1978 - Silvia Talaya, Croatian tennis player.

 

1982 - Victor Valdes, Spanish football goalkeeper.


 

Other events:-
 

Anniversary of the Tunisian revolution.

 

 

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