This Week in History
April 29, 1967
- On April 29, 1967 the first issue of “Ta’akhi” was published in Baghdad in Arabic Language by Salih Yousufi.
April 30, 1972
-On April 30, 1972, the Kurdistan Students’ Union held its seventh conference.
-The famous Syrian poet, Nazar Qabbani, passed away in April30, 1998. May 1, 1900 - On May 1, 1900, the Kurdish famous leader and the first president of the Republic of Mahabad Country, Qazi Mohammed was born.
May 2, 2011
- The U.S. President, Barrack Hussein Obama, announced that a special force killed the Al-Qaida leader, Osama Bin laden in Pakistan in May 2, 2011.
May 3, 2005
- On May 3, 2005, Sports Education College opened in Duhok University.
May 4, 1890
-On May 4, 1890, the famous Kurdish poet, Aseeri, was born in Kirkuk province. -On May 4, 1979 Margaret Hilda Thatcher became the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
May 5, 1818
-On May 5, 1818, Karl Heinrich Marx was born. He was a German philosopher, economist, sociologist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist