Memory of the day: Former Egyptian President Mubarak delegates power to deputy Omar Suleiman



Wed, 10 Feb 2021 - 03:43 GMT


Wed, 10 Feb 2021 - 03:43 GMT

FILE - Late Omar Suleiman

FILE - Late Omar Suleiman

CAIRO – 10 February 2021: On February 10, many important events that changed the world map took place.


Important World Events:

1258 - Baghdad falls into Mongol hands, and Abbasid caliphate ends.


1863 - American inventor Alanson Crane receives a patent for the first fire extinguishing device in the United States.


2008 - Egypt's national football team wins the 26th African Nations Cup in Ghana for the sixth time in its history.


2011 – Former Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak announces, in a speech to the people, that he delegates his powers to his deputy Omar Suleiman, amends five constitutional articles, abolishes a sixth article of the constitution, and offers an apology to the families of the victims of popular protests.


Egyptians born on this day:-

1923 - Naima Wasfi, Egyptian actress.


Egyptians who died on this day:-

1908 - Mostafa Kamel, Egyptian leader.


2011 - Saad el-Din el-Shazly, Egyptian military hero.


2012 - Ibrahim el-Feki, Egyptian expert in human development and NLP.








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