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  • Caquetá, Colombia
    Monday Jun 1, 1987

    Colombian conflict

    The Ceasefire between FARC and the Colombian Government formally collapsed

    Caquetá, Colombia
    Monday Jun 1, 1987

    In June 1987, the ceasefire between FARC and the Colombian government formally collapsed after the guerrillas attacked a military unit in the jungles of Caquetá.




  • Berlin, East Germany, Germany
    Saturday Jun 6, 1987

    Berlin Wall

    Concert close to the Wall

    Berlin, East Germany, Germany
    Saturday Jun 6, 1987

    On 6 June 1987, David Bowie (English Singer), who earlier for several years lived and recorded in West Berlin, played a concert close to the Wall.




  • London, England
    Thursday Jun 11, 1987

    Margaret Thatcher

    Thatcher re-elected for a third successive term

    London, England
    Thursday Jun 11, 1987

    By 1987, unemployment was falling, the economy was stable and strong and inflation was low. Opinion polls showed a comfortable Conservative lead, and local council election results had also been successful, prompting Thatcher to call a general election for 11 June that year, despite the deadline for an election still being 12 months away. The election saw Thatcher re-elected for a third successive term.




  • Rosario, Argentina
    Wednesday Jun 24, 1987

    Lionel Messi

    Birth

    Rosario, Argentina
    Wednesday Jun 24, 1987

    Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini born in 24 June 1987, in Rosario, Argentina.




  • Sardasht, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran
    Saturday Jun 27, 1987

    Iran–Iraq War

    The First Time That The Iraqis had attacked a Civilian area With poison gas

    Sardasht, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran
    Saturday Jun 27, 1987

    On 28 June, Iraqi fighter bombers attacked the Iranian town of Sardasht near the border, using chemical mustard gas bombs. While many towns and cities had been bombed before, and troops attacked with gas, this was the first time that the Iraqis had attacked a civilian area with poison gas. One quarter of the town's then population of 20,000 was burned and stricken, and 113 were killed immediately, with many more dying and suffering health effects over the next decades.




  • United Kingdom
    Monday Jun 29, 1987

    James Bond

    The Living Daylights

    United Kingdom
    Monday Jun 29, 1987

    The Living Daylights is a 1987 spy film and the fifteenth entry in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first of two to star Timothy Dalton as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.




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