Cold War Radio #153

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Kurds expel Islamic State jihadists from Syria’s Kobane

 

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Show Notes:

German Anti-Islamisation Marches: What The Mainstream Media Doesn’t Want You To Know

Obama Takes on His Own Party

Kurds expel Islamic State jihadists from Syria’s Kobane

Greece elections: Who are Syriza and what effect will their new government have on Europe?

Today in Cold War History

1947 A KLM Douglas DC-3 Dakota crashes after take-off from Copenhagen, killing all 22 on board, including Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Västerbotten of Sweden.
1949 USS Norton Sound, first guided-missile ship, launches first guided missile.
1950 – The Constitution of India comes into force, forming a republic. Rajendra Prasad is sworn in as its first President of India. Observed as Republic Day in India.
1952 :(Black Saturday) Anti British riots in the capital of Egypt Cairo have left 17 British residents murdered or burnt to death during the trouble. King Farouk has declared martial law and A dawn to dusk curfew has been imposed and police have been given orders to shoot on sight.
1956 Porkkala military base returned to Finland by USSR
1958 – Japanese ferry Nankai Maru capsizes off southern Awaji Island, Japan, 167 killed.
1962 – Ranger program: Ranger 3 is launched to study the Moon. The space probe later misses the moon by 22,000 miles (35,400 km).
1968 Israeli submarine Dakar crashes in Mediterranean Sea, 69 die. The exact cause of the loss is unknown, but it appears that no emergency measures had been taken before Dakar dove rapidly through her maximum depth, suffered a catastrophic hull rupture, and continued her plunge to the bottom. The emergency buoy was released by the violence of the hull collapse, and drifted for a year before washing ashore. On 1 January 1970, the Egyptian newspaper Al Akhbar reported that the Dakar had been sunk by an Egyptian warship with depth charges. The Israeli government stated there was no evidence to substantiate the Egyptian unofficial charges.
1969: Violence erupts after police using truncheons and tear gas to disperse crowds gathered at the foot of the Wenceslas Statue, to pay tribute to Jan Palach, the student who burned himself to death in protest at the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia.
1972 A DC-9 exploded over Serbska Kamenice, Czechoslovakia, and attendant Vesna Vulovic dropped 33,300 feet and survived following a 27-day coma and a 16-month recovery. The cause of the explosion has never been established, but was attributed by the Yugoslav and Czechoslovakian authorities to a bomb placed on the plane by a Croatian Terrorist group, known as the Ustasa. She broke both legs and became paralyzed from the waist down.
1986 – The Ugandan government of Tito Okello is overthrown by the National Resistance Army, led by Yoweri Museveni.
1990 Attorneys for Manuel Noriega challenged the jurisdiction of U.S. courts to try the deposed Panamanian leader on drug-trafficking charges, and said Noriega should be declared a prisoner of war.
1991 Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev granted the KGB and Soviet Interior Ministry sweeping search-and-seizure powers to combat economic crime.

Boko Haram captures Nigerian town of Monguno

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