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  • Paris, France
    Wednesday Mar 9, 1796

    Napoleon

    Napoleon married Joséphine de Beauharnais

    Paris, France
    Wednesday Mar 9, 1796

    Napoleon was romantically involved with Joséphine de Beauharnais, the former mistress of Barras. The couple married on 9 March 1796 in a civil ceremony.




  • Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Saturday Mar 9, 1940

    Igor Stravinsky

    2nd Marriage

    Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Saturday Mar 9, 1940

    Vera followed Stravinsky in January, and they were married in Bedford, Massachusetts, on 9 March 1940.




  • French Indochina (Now Vietnam)
    Friday Mar 9, 1945

    First Indochina War

    The Second French Indochina Campaign

    French Indochina (Now Vietnam)
    Friday Mar 9, 1945

    In March 1945, Japan launched the Second French Indochina Campaign to oust the Vichy French and formally installed Emperor Bảo Đại as head of the nominally independent Empire of Vietnam. The Japanese arrested and imprisoned most of the French officials and military officers remaining in the country.




  • South Korea
    Wednesday Mar 9, 1977

    Jimmy Carter

    South Korea

    South Korea
    Wednesday Mar 9, 1977

    During a March 9, 1977 news conference, Carter reaffirmed his interest in having a gradual withdrawal of American troops from South Korea and stated he wanted South Korea to eventually have "adequate ground forces owned by and controlled by the South Korean Government to protect themselves against any intrusion from North Korea".




  • Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
    Friday Mar 9, 1990

    Mongolian Revolution of 1990

    Jambyn Batmönkh Decided to Dissolve The Politburo and To Resign

    Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
    Friday Mar 9, 1990

    Jambyn Batmönkh, chairman of Politburo of MPRP's Central Committee decided to dissolve the Politburo and to resign on 9 March 1990. Behind the scenes, however, the MPRP had seriously considered cracking down on the protesters, writing a decree that was left to be signed by the party leader Jambyn Batmönkh.




  • Persian Gulf
    Saturday Mar 9, 1991

    Gulf War

    US troops began moving out of the Persian Gulf

    Persian Gulf
    Saturday Mar 9, 1991

    On 10 March 1991, 540,000 US troops began moving out of the Persian Gulf.




  • Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 9, 2008

    Francesco Totti

    500th overall appearance for Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Sunday Mar 9, 2008

    On 9 March, he reached his 500th overall appearance for Roma, scoring the second goal of the match from a penalty kick in a 2–0 away win over Napoli.


  • North Korea
    Sunday Mar 9, 2014

    Kim Jong-un

    Supreme People's Assembly

    North Korea
    Sunday Mar 9, 2014

    On 9 March 2014, Kim Jong-un was elected to a seat in the Supreme People's Assembly, the country's unicameral legislature.


  • Brussels, Belgium
    Sunday Mar 9, 2014

    OnePlus

    Expanding to the European Union

    Brussels, Belgium
    Sunday Mar 9, 2014

    On 9 March 2014, the company expanded its operations to the European Union.


  • Tokyo, Japan
    Monday Mar 9, 2015

    Hachikō

    Tokyo University Statue

    Tokyo, Japan
    Monday Mar 9, 2015

    On March 9, 2015, the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Tokyo unveiled a bronze statue depicting Ueno returning to meet Hachikō at the University of Tokyo, Japan to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Hachikō's death. The statue was sculpted by Tsutomu Ueda from Nagoya and depicts a very excited Hachikō jumping up to greet his master at the end of a workday. Ueno is dressed in a hat, suit, and trench coat, with his briefcase placed on the ground. Hachikō wears a studded harness as seen in his last photos.


  • Nevada, U.S.
    Wednesday Mar 9, 2016

    Chumlee

    Chumlee's home was raided

    Nevada, U.S.
    Wednesday Mar 9, 2016

    On March 9, 2016, Chumlee's home was raided during the course of an investigation into sexual assault allegations. During searches of his residence, police found crystal meth, marijuana, Xanax, and multiple firearms. Evidence of possible cocaine use was also found. Subsequently, Chumlee was arrested.


  • Geneva, Switzerland
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    Over 100 thousand mark

    Geneva, Switzerland
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    On 9, March 2020 the Situation Report – 49, the WHO announced that the infections passed the 100 thousand mark and reached 109,577 and that the number of deaths was 3,809


  • France
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    Sofia Kenin

    Ranked 4th worldwide

    France
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    In March, Kenin won her fifth WTA singles title, defeating Anna-Lena Friedsam in the finals of the inaugural Lyon Open in Lyon, France. These results guaranteed her the No.4 rank worldwide.


  • Italy
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    All sports postponed in Italy

    Italy
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    On 9 March, Giovanni Malagò, president of the Italian Olympic Committee, announced that all sports events in Italy would be canceled until at least April 3. The ban does not cover Italian clubs or international games.


  • Manila, Philippines
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    Philippines procedures

    Manila, Philippines
    Monday Mar 9, 2020

    On 9 March, President Rodrigo R. Duterte suspended classes in all levels in Metro Manila from 10 to 15 March.


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