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- 1913: The Treaty of London concludes the First Balkan War.
- 1918: The Battle of Skra, fought in the Macedonia front in World War I, ends in Greek victory over the Bulgarians.
- 1941: Manolis Glezos and Apostolos Santas take down the German flag from the Acropolis, Athens.
- 1969: The first Greek policewomen go on duty.
- 1990: A liver transplant is performed for the first time in Greece.
- 2021: Parliamentary elections are held in Cyprus. The governing party, DISY, gathers the largest share of the vote - 27.77% - followed by AKEL at 22.34%, however both parties suffer noticeable losses as smaller parties make gains.
- 1897: First athletics championships organized by Panellinios. The games (held for 2 days in Fokianos Gymnasium) include track-and-field events, wrestling, fencing and weightlifting.
- 1975: Dimitris Patronis breaks the Greek record in the high jump with 2.22m.
- 1990: Maria Christoforidou wins 3 gold medals at the World Weightlifting Championships in Sarajevo.
- 1996: Former AEK midfielder Vasilis Tsartas signs with Sevilla.
- 1998: Katerina Thanou breaks the womens' 100m Greek record with a time of 10.99.
- 1999: The European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship closes in Budapest. Greece (featuring Aindili, Christodoulou, Karyami, Polatou, Georgatou) won the gold medal with 39.799 points.
- 1999: Vassilis Polymeros and Panagiotis Miliotis take first place at the World Rowing Championship in Belgium.
- 1999: Led by coach Dusan Bajevic, Olympiakos win their third consecutive Greek league title. Ethnikos become the sole team in Greek first division history not to win a single game.
- 2016: Olympiakos defeat Panathinaikos 82-81, after two overtime periods, to clinch the 2016 basketball championship.
- 1928: Alan Ashman, former coach of Olympiakos.
- 1931: Gerasimos Arsenis, politician
- 1934: Alketas Panagoulias, football player and coach
- 1974: Kostas Chalkias, footballer