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- 1824: Petrobey Mavromichalis forms a rival government to that of Georgios Kountouriotis, in Tripolis.
- 1933: Eleftherios Venizelos forms his last government.
- 1980: MAT (Greek Riot Squad) Deputy Director, Pantelis Petrou, is assassinated in Pangrati by the Revolutionary Organization 17 November.
- 1992: Andreas Papandreou is acquitted by a 7-6 vote of a Special Court of the Bank of Crete scandal. His cohorts, Dimitris Tsovolas and Giorgos Petsos, are found guilty.
- 1996: PM Andreas Papandreou retires from office due to poor health.
- 2005: A wave of extreme weather conditions (thunderstorms, snowfall and 10 Beaufort gales) cost the lives of two persons: a football fan, 55-year-old Stamatis Georgioudakis, crushed by a metal door in Xanthi Stadium and a passenger of a snow-plough was electrocuted when his vehicle got tangled with a severed live wire at the Chalkida - Edipsos National Highway.
- 2007: Students and teachers take to the streets in Athens to protest the Government-sponsored Education Reform Bill 16.
- 1998: Hristofori Bakatselou, Maria Galani and Katerina Pantaina become the first female judges on the Disciplinary Committee of EPAE (Greek Football Clubs Association)
- 1998: Greece finish 5th at Women's Waterpolo World Championship in Perth, Australia after beating Canada 10-9 in overtime
- 2000: Basketball referee Stelios Simeonidis retires after 27 years
- 2000: Nikos Dabizas scores his 5th goal (Newcastle- Southampton) becoming the first Newcastle defender since 1893 to score in 2 consecutive games
- 2008: Olympiakos humble Panathinaikos 4-0 to advance into the Greek Football Cup's quarterfinal round.
- 2010: Marcos Baghdatis defeats Richard Gasquet 6-4, 7-6 (7/2) to claim the Sydney International ATP.