This Week in His­tory

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

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

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