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- Birthday: 11 Jan 1989
HAHAHHA!.......putain j'avais 7 ans!...j'allais déja au primaire que tes parents ton fécondé!
· January 7 - Showa period ends, due to the death of Emperor Hirohito (aka Emperor Showa) in Japan. Akihito becomes Emperor of Japan, beginning the Heisei period the following day.
· January 8 - The Kegworth Air Disaster: A British Midland Boeing 737 crashes on approach to East Midlands Airport, leaving 44 dead.
· January 10 - Cuban troops begin withdrawing from Angola.
· January 12 - George Bush names William Bennett to be his Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy and James Watkins as Secretary of Energy.
· January 16-January 18 - Race riots occur in Overtown, Miami.
· January 17 - The Stockton massacre: Patrick Edward Purdy kills 5 children, wounds 30 and then shoots himself in Stockton, California.
· January 18 - The Communist Party of Poland votes to legalize Solidarity.
· January 20 - George H. W. Bush succeeds Ronald Reagan as the 41st President of the United States of America.
· January 20 - The Soviets begin to airlift supplies to Afghanistan as they pull out.
· January 24 - Serial killer Ted Bundy is executed in Florida's electric chair.
· January 30 - American Olympic medalist Bruce Kimball is sentenced to 17 years in prison for killing 2 teenagers in a drunk driving accident.
· February 1 - Joan Kirner becomes Victoria's first female Deputy Premier, after the resignation of Robert Fordham over the VEDC (Victorian Economic Development Co-operation) Crisis.
· February 2 - Soviet war in Afghanistan: The last Soviet Union armored column leaves Kabul, ending 9 years of military occupation.
· February 2 - Satellite television service Sky Television plc is launched in Europe.
· February 3 - A military coup overthrows Alfredo Stroessner, dictator of Paraguay since 1954.
· February 3 - After a stroke, Pieter Willem Botha resigns his party's leadership and the presidency of South Africa.
· February 7 - The Los Angeles, California City Council bans the sale or possession of semiautomatic weapons.
· February 10 - Ron Brown is elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee, becoming the first African American to lead a major United States political party.
· February 11 - Barbara Clementine Harris is consecrated as the first female bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
· February 14 - Union Carbide agrees to pay USD $470 million to the Indian government for damages it caused in the 1984 Bhopal Disaster.
· February 14 - Iranian leader Ruhollah Khomeini encourages Muslims to kill The Satanic Verses author Salman Rushdie.
· February 14 - The first of 24 Global Positioning System satellites is placed into orbit.
· February 15 - Soviet war in Afghanistan: The Soviet Union officially announces that all of its troops have left Afghanistan.
· February 16 - Pan Am flight 103: Investigators announce that the cause of the crash was a bomb hidden inside a radio-cassette player.
· February 23 - After protracted testimony, the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee rejects, 11-9, President Bush's nomination of John Tower for Secretary of Defense.
· February 24 - Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini places a US $3-million bounty on the head of The Satanic Verses author Salman Rushdie.
· February 24 - United Airlines Flight 811, a Boeing 747 bound to New Zealand from Honolulu, Hawaii, rips open during flight, sucking 9 passengers and crew out of the first class section.
· February 27 - Venezuela is rocked by the Caracazo.
· March 1 - The Berne Convention, an international treaty on copyrights, is ratified by the United States.
· March 1 - A curfew is imposed in Kosovo, where protests continue over the alleged intimidation of the Serb minority.
· March 1 -Louis Wade Sullivan starts his term of office as U.S. Secretary of Commerce.
· March 1 - James D. Watkins starts his term of office as U.S. Secretary of Energy.
· March 1 - The Politieke Partij Radicalen, Pacifistisch Socialistische Partij, Communistische Partij Nederland and the Evangelische Volks Partij amalgamate to form Netherlands political party the GroenLinks (GL, GreenLeft).
· March 2 - Twelve European Community nations agree to ban the production of all chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) by the end of the century.
· March 3 - Jammu Siltavuori abducts and murders two 8 year old girls in Myllypuro suburb in Helsinki, Finland
· March 4 - Time, Inc. and Warner Communications announce plans for a merger, forming Time Warner.
· March 4 - The Purley Station rail crash in London leaves 5 dead and 94 injured.
· March 4 - The first ACT (Australian Capital Territory) elections are held.
· March 7 - Iran breaks off diplomatic relations with the United Kingdom over Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses.
· March 9 - A strike forces financially troubled Eastern Air Lines into bankruptcy.
· March 14 - Gun control: U.S. President George H. W. Bush bans the importation of certain guns deemed assault weapons into the United States.
· March 14 - Christian General Michel Aoun declares a 'War of Liberation' to rid Lebanon of Syrian forces and their allies.
· March 18 - In Egypt, a 4,400-year-old mummy is found in the Great Pyramid of Giza.
· March 20 - Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke weeps on national television as he admits marital infidelity.
· March 23 - Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann announce that they have achieved cold fusion at the University of Utah.
· March 23 - A 300 m (1,000 ft) diameter Near-Earth asteroid misses the Earth by 500,000 km (400,000 miles).
· March 24 - Exxon Valdez oil spill: In Alaska's Prince William Sound the Exxon Valdez spills 240,000 barrels (11 million gallons) of oil after running aground.
· March 27 - The first free elections for the Soviet parliament go against the Communist Party.
· April 1 - Margaret Thatcher's new local government tax, the Poll tax, is introduced in Scotland.
· April 2 - In Wrestlemania V, Hulk Hogan defeats Randy Savage (with Miss Elizabeth in the neutral corner) to become the WWF Champion.
· April 4 - Richard M. Daley is elected mayor of Chicago.
· April 6 - National Safety Council of Australia chief executive John Friedrich is arrested after defrauding investors to the tune of $235 million.
· April 7 - The Soviet submarine K-278 Komsomolets sinks in the Barents Sea, killing 41.
· April 9 - Georgian demonstrators are massacred by Red Army soldiers in Tbilisi's central square during a peaceful rally; 20 citizens are killed (mostly young women), many injured.
· April 15 - The Hillsborough disaster, one of the biggest tragedies in European football, claims the life of 96 Liverpool supporters.
· April 16 - The Dilbert comic strip is syndicated for the first time.
· April 18 - The Hillsborough disaster claims its 95th victim when 14-year-old Lee Nichol dies in hospital from his injuries.
· April 19 - Trisha Meili is savagely attacked while jogging in New York City's Central Park; as her identity remains secret for years, she becomes known as the "Central Park Jogger."
· April 19 - Seven crew members die after a gun turret explodes on the U.S. battleship Iowa.
· April 20 - NATO debates modernising short range missiles; although the U.S. and UK are in favour, West German chancellor Helmut Kohl obtains a concession deferring a decision.
· April 21 - Students from Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, and Nanjing begin protesting in Tiananmen Square.
· April 21 - Nintendo begins selling the Game Boy in Japan.
· April 25 - The term of Baginda Almutawakkil Alallah Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail as the 8th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia ends.
· April 26 - Sultan Azlan Muhibbudin Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Yusuff Izzudin Shah Ghafarullahu-lahu, Sultan of Perak, becomes the 9th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia.
· May 1 - Disney-MGM Studios at Walt Disney World opens to the public for the first time.
· May 2 - Hungary dismantles 150 miles of barbed wire fencing, opening its border to Western Europe.
· May 9 - Andrew Peacock deposes John Howard as Federal Opposition Leader.
· May 11 - The ACT (Australian Capital Territory) Legislative Assembly meets for the first time.
· May 12 - A Southern Pacific Railroad freight train crashes on Duffy Street in San Bernardino, California.
· May 14 - Mikhail Gorbachev visits China, the first Soviet leader to do so since the 1960s.
· May 15 - Australia's first private tertiary institution, Bond University, opens on the Gold Coast.
· May 19 - Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: Zhao Ziyang meets the demonstrators in Tiananmen Square.
· May 20 - Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: The Chinese government declares martial law in Beijing.
· May 25 - The Calgary Flames win the Stanley Cup: The Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League (NHL) win their first and only Stanley Cup with a 4-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens.
· May 25 - Thirteen days after a Southern Pacific train derails, a Calnev pipeline explodes at the same section of Duffy Street in San Bernardino, California.
· May 30 - Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: The 10 m (33 ft) high Goddess of Democracy statue is unveiled in Tiananmen Square by student demonstrators.