March 16, 2012 in History


In a gesture to honor North Korean founder Kim II-Sung's birthday in April, North Korea plans to launch a new satellite that reportedly will be used to study crops and natural resources

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1988 U.S. sends 3000 soldiers to Nicaragua's neighbor Honduras
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1941 National Gallery of Art opens in Washington D.C.
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1881 Barnum and Bailey Circus debuts
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