On This Day

Historical Events on September 4 (Part 2)

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Nobel prizeNobel Prize

2017 Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai criticizes Suu Kyi's lack of response to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar

Human Rights Activist Malala Yousafzai
Human Rights Activist
Malala Yousafzai

Event of interestEvent of Interest

2017 US President Donald Trump announces Dreamers program, The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) will be stopped

45th US President, Businessman and TV Personality Donald Trump
45th US President, Businessman and TV Personality
Donald Trump
  • 2018 Amazon becomes America's second trillion dollar company

Event of interestEvent of Interest

2018 NFL player Colin Kaepernick who kneeled during the US national anthem is the new face of Nike's 30th anniversary advertising campaign

NFL Player and Activist Colin Kaepernick
NFL Player and Activist
Colin Kaepernick
  • 2018 Strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years, Jebi hits Tokushima prefecture, swamping Kansai airport and killing at least 11

Film PremierThe Wizard of Oz

2018 F.B.I. announces they have recovered Dorothy's ruby red slippers from "The Wizard of Oz", stolen 13 years ago
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Publicity still of the Wizard of Oz, showing the Tin Man, Scarecrow, Dorothy and Cowardly Lion
Publicity still of the Wizard of Oz, showing the Tin Man, Scarecrow, Dorothy and Cowardly Lion
  • 2018 WHO reports more than a quarter of people worldwide (1.4 billion) don't get enough physical exercise to avoid major diseases
  • 2018 Italian city Florence bans people eating in the street in its historic center
  • 2018 400-year old sunken Portuguese spice trade ship discovered near port of Cascais, Portugal
  • 2019 Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam withdraws controversial extradition bill to China after three months of massive protests

Electoral defeatElection of Interest

2019 British rebel alliance of MPs vote to ban a no-deal Brexit and reject PM Boris Johnson's call for a snap election

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson
British Prime Minister
Boris Johnson

Event of interestEvent of Interest

2019 YouTube fined $170 million for illegally collecting data on children's viewing habits by US Federal Trade Commission

CEO of YouTube Susan Wojcicki
CEO of YouTube
Susan Wojcicki