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  • Kupres, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Nov 3, 1994

    Bosnian War

    The first military effort coordinated between the HVO and the ARBiH following the Washington Agreement

    Kupres, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Nov 3, 1994

    The first military effort coordinated between the HVO and the ARBiH following the Washington Agreement was the advance towards Kupres, which was retaken from the VRS on 3 November 1994.




  • Taxes, U.S.
    Tuesday Nov 8, 1994

    George W. Bush

    1994 Texas gubernatorial election

    Taxes, U.S.
    Tuesday Nov 8, 1994

    The 1994 Texas gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1994 to elect the Governor of Texas. Incumbent Democratic Governor Ann Richards was defeated in her bid for re-election by Republican nominee George W. Bush, the son of former President George H. W. Bush.




  • Seoul, South Korea
    Wednesday Nov 9, 1994

    Samsung

    Founding Samsung Medical Center

    Seoul, South Korea
    Wednesday Nov 9, 1994

    The Samsung Medical Center was founded on 9 November 1994, under the philosophy of "contributing to improving the nation's health through the best medical service, advanced medical research and development of outstanding medical personnel". The Samsung Medical Center consists of a hospital and a cancer center. The hospital is located in an intelligent building with floor space of more than 200,000 square meters and 20 floors above ground and 5 floors underground, housing 40 departments, 10 specialist centers, 120 special clinics and 1,306 beds.The 655-bed Cancer Center has 11 floors above ground and 8 floors underground, with floor space of over 100,000 square meters. SMC is a tertiary hospital manned by approximately 7,400 staff including over 1,200 doctors and 2,300 nurses. Since its foundation, the Samsung Medical Center has successfully incorporated and developed an advanced model with the motto of becoming a "patient-centered hospital", a new concept in Korea.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Nov 12, 1994

    Bosnian War

    The US unilaterally lifted the arms embargo

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Nov 12, 1994

    On 12–13 November, the US unilaterally lifted the arms embargo against the government of Bosnia.




  • Charkhi Dadri, India
    Saturday Nov 12, 1994

    Plane Accidents

    Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision

    Charkhi Dadri, India
    Saturday Nov 12, 1994

    The Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision took place between Saudia Flight 763 and Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 over Charkhi Dadri, India on November 12, 1996. The collision was mainly the result of the Kazakh pilot flying lower than the assigned clearance altitude. All 349 passengers and crew on board of both the aircraft died. It remains the world's deadliest mid-air collision.




  • Germany
    Thursday Nov 17, 1994

    Angela Merkel

    Minister for the Environment and Nuclear Safety

    Germany
    Thursday Nov 17, 1994

    In 1994, she was promoted to the position of Minister for the Environment and Nuclear Safety, which gave her greater political visibility and a platform on which to build her personal political career. As one of Kohl's protégées and his youngest Cabinet Minister, she was frequently referred to by Kohl as "mein Mädchen" ("my girl").




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Nov 19, 1994

    Bosnian War

    the North Atlantic Council approved the extension of Close Air Support to Croatia

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Nov 19, 1994

    On 19 November 1994, the North Atlantic Council approved the extension of Close Air Support to Croatia for the protection of UN forces in that country.


  • Udbina, Croatia
    Monday Nov 21, 1994

    Croatian War of Independence

    NATO attacked the Udbina

    Udbina, Croatia
    Monday Nov 21, 1994

    On November 21, NATO attacked the Udbina airfield controlled by the RSK, temporarily disabling runways. Following the Udbina strike, NATO continued to launch strikes in the area.


  • Udbina, Croatia
    Monday Nov 21, 1994

    Bosnian War

    NATO aircraft attacked the Udbina airfield

    Udbina, Croatia
    Monday Nov 21, 1994

    NATO aircraft attacked the Udbina airfield in Serb-held Croatia on 21 November, in response to attacks launched from that airfield against targets in the Bihac area of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


  • Dvor, Croatia
    Wednesday Nov 23, 1994

    Croatian War of Independence

    NATO planes attacked a SAM site

    Dvor, Croatia
    Wednesday Nov 23, 1994

    On November 23, after a NATO reconnaissance plane was illuminated by the radar of a surface-to-air missile (SAM) system, NATO planes attacked a SAM site near Dvor with AGM-88 HARM anti-radiation missiles.


  • Tokyo, Japan
    Friday Nov 25, 1994

    Akio Morita

    Morita Stepped down as Sony Chairman

    Tokyo, Japan
    Friday Nov 25, 1994

    On November 25, 1994, Morita stepped down as Sony chairman after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage while playing tennis. He was succeeded by Norio Ohga, who had joined the company in the 1950s after sending Morita a letter denouncing the poor quality of the company's tape recorders.


  • Grozny, Chechnya, Russia
    Saturday Nov 26, 1994

    First Chechen War

    A Second larger attack

    Grozny, Chechnya, Russia
    Saturday Nov 26, 1994

    The opposition forces, who were joined by Russian troops, launched a clandestine but badly organized a second larger attack on 26–27 November 1994.


  • Croatia & Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    Croatian War of Independence

    Winter '94 Operation

    Croatia & Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    From November 29 – December 24 in the Winter '94 operation near Dinara and Livno. These operations were undertaken to detract from the siege of the Bihać region and to approach the RSK capital of Knin from the north, isolating it on three sides.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    Bosnian War

    Operation Winter 94

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    On 29 November, the HV and the HVO initiated Operation Winter 94 in southwestern Bosnia. After a month of fighting, Croat forces had taken around 200 square kilometres (77 square miles) of VRS-held territory and directly threatened the main supply route between Republika Srpska and Knin, the capital of Republic of Serbian Krajina. The primary objective of relieving pressure on the Bihać pocket was not achieved, although the ARBiH repelled VRS attacks on the enclave.


  • Russia
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    First Chechen War

    An Ultimatum to all warring factions in Chechnya ordering them to disarm and surrender

    Russia
    Tuesday Nov 29, 1994

    On 29 November, President Boris Yeltsin issued an ultimatum to all warring factions in Chechnya ordering them to disarm and surrender. When the government in Grozny refused, Yeltsin ordered the Russian army to "restore constitutional order" by force.


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