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- 1913: Alexander Schinas (assassin of King George I) kills himself by jumping out of a Police Station window.
- 1916: The National Bank of Greece announces that it will also grant loans to women.
- 1950: A village is started in Hungary to house the Greek communists that arrived in the country after their defeat in the Greek Civil War. The village will come to be known as Beloiannisz, after Nikos Beloyiannis.
- 1955: A British colonial court in Cyprus convicts 11 Greeks of transporting weaponry and ammunition on board the sailboat "Agios Georgios".
- 2012: Parliamentary elections are held throughout Greece, resulting in a very strong protest vote against the austerity measures of the ruling coalition: New Democracy finish first, but with less than 19% of the vote, while PASOK end up in third place with 13%.
- 1976: Vasilis Chatzipanagis plays wearing the Greek National Football Team shirt in a friendly game against Poland - Greece wins 1-0. This was his one and only game playing for Greece.
- 1980: Nikos Galis makes his debut with the Greek National Basketball Team in a game against Sweden (71-79)
- 2006: Periklis Iakovakis breaks the Greek record for 400m hurdles with 47.82.
- 2006: Apollon Limassol defeat Anorthosis 3-1 and clinch the Cypriot football title for only the third time in their history. The Lemesos club went through the season without a single defeat.
- 2007: Panathinaikos claim their fourth European basketball title as they defeat CSKA Moscow 93-91.
- 2014: Alki Larnaca announce their dissolution.
- 2017: PAOK defeat AEK 2-1 to lift the Greek Football Cup. The game was marred by acts of fan violence.
- 2018: AEK BC win the European Basketball Champions League by defeating Monaco 100-94.
- 1941: Ivica Osim, former coach of Panathinaikos
- 1954: Dora Bakoyannis, politician
- 1980: Dimitris Diamantidis, basketball player
- 1985: Pantelis Melachrinoudis, athlete (400m)