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- 1865: The remains of poet Dionysios Solomos are brought to his native Zakynthos for re-burial.
- 1908: Sultan Abdul Hamid, under pressure from the Young Turk movement, grants rights to the Ottoman subjects including full amnesty to guerrilas in Macedonia. The Macedonian Struggle ends as both Greek and Bulgarian partizans cease their activity.
- 1913: Alexandroupolis (then known as Dedeagac) is liberated by Greek forces during the Second Balkan War. The Treaty of Bucharest will return it to Bulgarian control.
- 1944: Lela Karayianni, leader of resistance group "Bouboulina", is captured by the Germans.
- 1988: Terrorists attack the Greek cruise ship "City of Poros (ship)" killing 9 people and injuring 71 others.
- 2004: PM Kostas Karamanlis attends the wedding of Tayyip Erdogan's daughter as an honoured guest.
- 2011: Blasts at a munitions dump at Zygi naval base in Cyprus cause the deaths of twelve persons.
- 2009: The Greek U19 basketball team defeat Australia 84-69 to advance to the final of the FIBA U19 World Basketball Championship.