- 969: John I Tzimisces ascended to the Byzantine throne.
- 1971: It was announced that broadcast television would cover, as of 1972, the entire Greek periphery.
- 1990: The "Hour of the Prime Minister" was established in Parliament. Constantine Mitsotakis answered to Charilaos Florakis on the subject of German World War II reparations
- Births: Grigoris Bithikotsis, popular singer, songwriter (1922), Stamatis Spanoudakis, music composer (1948), Eleni Gerasimidou, actress (1949), Christina Onassis, daughter of Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis (1950)
- Deaths: Justinian II, Byzantine emperor (711), Michael VIII Palaeologus, Byzantine emperor (1282)
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