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Today, Wednesday, April 22, 2020 years ago happened events that were recorded in history. Know what happened a day like today in the following events.

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EPHEMERIS FOR TODAY

Events

– Celebrating the Earth Day.

– 1857: Congress provides that the province of Callao are called “Constitutional Province”.

– 1991: in Costa Rica happens the Limon Quake of 7.6 degrees on the Richter scale, which shakes the city of Puerto Limon, and generates damage to roads and railway lines. Killed 50 people.

– 1992: in the city of Guadalajara (Mexico), a fuel spill in a drainage generated by violent explosions, destroying 15 miles of streets, and leave a balance of between 230 and 700 deaths, and between 800 and 1800 wounded.

– 1993: in the united States creates the version 1.0 of the Internet browser Mosaic.

– 1997: A command of the police and military rescues successfully to a group of 72 personalities kidnapped by a terrorist brigade of the MRTA, the residence of the Ambassador of Japan, between them, the Chancellor and the brother of president Fujimori. Die a hostage, two commandos and all of the terrorists. The operation would be known as “Chavin de Huantar”.

– 2000: in Miami (united States), the child Elian Gonzalez is taken by force by federal agents of the house of his family, where he was after his rescue off the coast of Florida.

– 2006: the president of Iraq Jalal Talabani proposes formally the nomination of Nuri Al-Maliki to the post of prime minister of the country; the Council of Representatives must approve or reject the application.

– 2010: in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of the united States, sinking the Deepwater Horizon, the company British Petroleum, and produces an oil spill.

– 2012: North Korea threatens with the destruction of important objectives of its neighboring country South Korea, through a special activity that “would in a short time and it would last for three or four minutes.”

Births

– 1914: Born in Pimentel (Lambayeque), the Captain FAP José Abelardo Quiñones Gonzáles. He died heroically at the age of 27, when you toss your plane against the artillery of the enemy, in the style of the kamikaze japanese, at Quebrada Seca, during the war with Ecuador.

– 1923: Bettie Page, american model.

– 1923: Aaron Spelling, producer of tv series american.

– 1935: Born in Callao, the singer Luis Barrios Rojas (Lucho Barrios), the “King of the Bolero”. He formed the trio “The Incas”, together with Paco Maceda (director of The Kipus) and Modesto Shepherd (of the trio The Moorish). Their successes were the waltz, “Juanita” and the boleros “Marabou”, “I deceive Woman”, “little Liar” and “My Pretty Girl”.

– 1937: Jack Nicholson, an american actor.

– 1938: Issey Miyake, japanese designer.

– 1946: John Waters, american filmmaker named.

– 1966: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, american actor.

– 1986: Amber Heard, american actress.

Deaths

– 1616: Miguel de Cervantes, novelist, poet, playwright and soldier.

– 1867: Alexander Petrov, chess player Russian.

– 1983: Earl Hines, american pianist of jazz.

– 1994: Richard Nixon, u.s. president.

– 1999: Dies in New York (united States) the composer Félix Pasache. Among his works include “Our secret”, “It’s over and point”, “Follow your heart”, “Your whim”, “Go” and “Let’s be boyfriends.”

– 2005: Philip Morrison, american physicist.

– 2011: Sofia Silva Inserri, model venezuelan.

– 2013: Richie Havens, singer and guitarist of american folk.

– 2017: Michele attacking scarponi, cyclist Italian.