This Week in His­tory

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Jan­uary 29, 2008

- The Iraqi Pres­i­dent, Jalal Tal­a­bani ap­proved the new Iraqi flag in Jan­uary 29, 2008.

Jan­uary 30, 2005

-On Jan­uary 30, 2005, the Iraqi par­lia­men­tary elec­tions were run for the first time af­ter end­ing Sad­dam Hus­sein’s Regime.

Jan­uary 31, 1606

- On Jan­uary 31, 1606, at West­min­ster in Lon­don, Guy Fawkes, a chief con­spir­a­tor in the plot to blow up the Bri­tish Par­lia­ment build­ing, jumped to his death mo­ments be­fore his ex­e­cu­tion for trea­son.

Fe­bru­ary 1, 2004

- On Fe­bru­ary 1, 2004, two sui­cide bombers wear­ing ex­plo­sives killed at least 56 peo­ple and wounded at least 200 dur­ing Mus­lim hol­i­day cel­e­bra­tions in­side the sep­a­rate head­quar­ters of Iraq's two lead­ing Kur­dish po­lit­i­cal par­ties in Er­bil.

Fe­bru­ary 2, 2011

The fa­mous Kur­dish Writer, Saeed Nakam, passed away in the Kur­dish cap­i­tal city of Er­bil in Fe­bru­ary 2, 2011.

Fe­bru­ary 3, 1908

The Kur­dish city of Ma­habad was in­vaded by Turk­ish forces in Fe­bru­ary 3, 1908.

Fe­bru­ary 4, 1983

On Fe­bru­ary 4, 1983, The Kur­dis­tan Teach­ers’ Union held its fourth con­fer­ence in Er­bil.

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