The day is August 22 in the Japanese calendar and is the 100th anniversary of Saigo Takamori's becoming Gensui, the highest title in the pre-war Imperial Japanese military.
It occurs following the bankruptcies of Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual. It is the largest single-day point loss in its history.
He lodges a strong complaint against the irresponsible attitude of the electric shop employees in dealing with the glitch in the PC.
On this day, U.S. Joint Special Operations Command's (JSOC) Delta Force conducted a raid into the rebel-held Idlib province of Syria on the border with Turkey to capture al-Baghdadi.
The eight U.S. helicopters, primarily Boeing CH-47 Chinooks, carrying the Delta Force team from a military base near Erbil, Iraq, reportedly came under fire as they approached the compound where Baghdadi was located.
According to the U.S., Delta Force troops landed outside the compound and breached the walls with explosives.
The entire operation lasted roughly two hours.
Baghdadi died by detonating a suicide vest.
A DNA profiling test was done immediately, confirming his identity.
It is the biggest storm to hit the region in decades, with over seven million people urged to evacuate.