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  1. 1993 ( MCMXCIII) fue un año común comenzado en viernes del calendario gregoriano. Fue declarado año Internacional de las Poblaciones Indígenas del Mundo por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas. [. 1.

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    1993 was designated as: International Year for the World's Indigenous People; The year 1993 in the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands only had 364 days when its calendar advanced 24 hours to the Eastern Hemisphere side of the International Date Line by skipping August 21, 1993.

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    The year 1993 in film involved many significant films, including the blockbuster hits Jurassic Park, The Fugitive and The Firm. (For more about films in foreign languages, check sources in those languages.)

    • Events
    • Births
    • Deaths
    • Nobel Prizes
    • Movies Released
    • Hit Songs
    • New Books

    January

    1. January 1 – Czechoslovakia divides. Establishment of independent Slovakia and Czech Republic. 2. January 3 – In Moscow, George H. W. Bush and Boris Yeltsin sign the second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty(START). 3. January 5 – Washington State executes Westley Allan Dodd by hanging (the first legal hanging in America since 1965). 4. January 9 – Jean-Claude Romandkills his family and tries to burn himself with his home in France. 5. January 15 – Salvatore Riina, the Mafia boss known as 'The...

    February

    1. February 11 – Janet Reno is selected as Attorney General of the United States. 2. February 17 – A ferry sinks in Haiti, killing about 1, 200 out of the 1, 500 passengers on board. 3. February 24 – Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroneyresigns amidst political and economic turmoil. 4. February 26 – World Trade Center Bombing: In New York City, a van parked below the North Tower of the World Trade Centerexplodes, killing 6 people and injuring more than 1, 000. 5. February 28 – Bureau of Alco...

    March

    1. March 5 – Macedonian Palair Flight 301 crashes after take-off in Skopje, killing 83 out of the 97 people on board. 2. March 12 – Several bombs explode in Bombay, India, killing 257 people. 3. March 24 – The Israeli Knesset elects Ezer Weizmann as President of Israel. 4. March 27 – Jiang Zemin becomes President of the People's Republic of China.

    January 26 – Cameron Bright, Canadian actor
    February 7 – David Dorfman, American actor
    February 19 - Victoria Justice, American singer and actress
    February 26 – Taylor Dooley, American actress

    January – March

    1. January 6 – Dizzy Gillespie, American musician (b. 1917) 2. January 6 – Rudolf Nureyev, Russian dancer (b. 1938) 3. January 20 – Audrey Hepburn, Belgian-born actress (b. 1929) 4. January 24 – Thurgood Marshall, American jurist (b. 1908) 5. February 6 – Arthur Ashe, American tennis player (b. 1943) 6. February 24 – Bobby Moore, English footballer (b. 1941) 7. March 3 – Albert Sabin, American biologist (b. 1906) 8. March 20 – Polykarp Kusch, German-born physicist (b. 1911) 9. March 31 – Bran...

    April – June

    1. April 8 – Marian Anderson, American contralto (b. 1897) 2. April 19 – David Koresh, American cult leader (b. 1959) 3. April 23 – Cesar Chavez, American labor union leader (b. 1927) 4. May 1 – Pierre Beregovoy, French Prime Minister (b. 1925) 5. June 5 – Conway Twitty, American musician (b. 1933) 6. June 9 – Alexis Smith, Canadian actress (b. 1921) 7. June 16 – Nicanor Zabaleta, Spanish harpist (b. 1907) 8. June 19 – William Golding, British writer (b. 1911) 9. June 22 – Pat Nixon, First La...

    July – September

    1. July 2 – Masuji Ibusi, Japanese writer (b. 1898) 2. July 3 – Don Drysdale, American baseball player (b. 1936) 3. July 31 – King Baudouin I of Belgium (b. 1930) 4. August 21 – Ichiro Fujiyama, Japanese composer and singer (b. 1911) 5. September 12 – Raymond Burr, Canadian actor (b. 1917) 6. September 22 – Nina Berberova, Russian writer (b. 1901) 7. September 27 – Jimmy Doolittle, American general (b. 1896)

    Physics – Russell Alan Hulse, Joseph Hooton Taylor Jr.
    Chemistry – Kary Mullis, Michael Smith
    Medicine – Richard J. Roberts, Philip Allen Sharp
    Literature – Toni Morrison
    "Ain't Nothing But a G Thang" – Snoop Doggy Dogg / Dr Dre
    "Award Tour" – A Tribe Called Quest
    "Bombtrack" – Rage Against the Machine
    "Both Sides Of The Story" – Phil Collins
    Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years – Sue Townsend
    Band of Brothers – Stephen Ambrose
    Barnyard Dance – Sandra Boynton
    Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays – Stephen Hawking
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    • Births
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    Federal government

    1. President: George H. W. Bush (R-Texas) (until January 20), Bill Clinton (D-Arkansas) (starting January 20) 2. Vice President: Dan Quayle (R-Indiana) (until January 20), Al Gore (D-Tennessee) (starting January 20) 3. Chief Justice: William Rehnquist (Wisconsin) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Tom Foley (D-Washington) 5. Senate Majority Leader: George J. Mitchell (D-Maine) 6. Congress: 102nd (until January 3), 103rd(starting January 3)

    January

    1. January 3 – In Moscow, George H. W. Bush and Boris Yeltsin sign the second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. 2. January 5 2.1. The state of Washington executes Westley Allan Dodd by hanging (the first legalhanging in America since 1965). 2.2. $7,400,000 USD is stolen from Brinks Armored Car Depot in Rochester, New York in the fifth-largest robbery in U.S. history. Four men, Samuel Millar, Father Patrick Moloney, former Rochester Police officer Thomas O'Connor, and Charles McCormick, all of...

    February

    1. February 6 – Former tennis player Arthur Ashe, 49, dies of complications due to HIVin New York. Ashe was believed to have contracted the virus from a blood transfusion during a heart surgery ten years earlier. 2. February 8 – General Motors Corporation sues NBC, after Dateline NBCallegedly rigged two crashes showing that some GM pickups can easily catch fire if hit in certain places. NBC settles the lawsuit the following day. 3. February 11 – Janet Reno is selected by President Clinton as...

    March

    1. March 1–April 28 – An epidemic affects Milwaukee, Wisconsin, infecting over four hundred thousand people, hospitalizing over four thousand, and killing at least one hundred, making it the largest waterborne disease outbreak in United States history. 2. March 4 – Authorities announce the capture of suspected World Trade Center bombing conspirator Mohammad Salameh. 3. March 9 – Rodney King testifies at the federal trial of four Los Angeles, California police officers accused of violating his...

    February 23 - Sacramento Gold Miners are established as the First American franchise in the Canadian Football League
    The Colorado Rockiesbecome a baseball team.
    January 3 – Kevin Ware, basketball player
    January 5 – De'Anthony Thomas, American football player
    January 8 – Brooke Greenberg, woman with rare slow-aging condition (d. 2013)
    January 9 – Marcus Peters, American football player

    January

    1. January 1 1.1. Eddie Arning, American farming community (b. 1898) 1.2. Jean Mayer, French-born American scientist (b. 1920) 2. January 3 2.1. Johnny Most, American sportscaster (b. 1923) 2.2. Will Walls, American football player and coach (b. 1912) 3. January 6 – Dizzy Gillespie, American musician, bandleader, singer and composer (b. 1917) 4. January 10 4.1. Diana Adams, American ballet dancer (b. 1926) 4.2. Luther Gulick, expert on public administration (b. 1892) 5. January 15 5.1. Sammy...

    February

    1. February 5 – Joseph L. Mankiewicz, American screenwriter and producer (b. 1909) 2. February 6 – Arthur Ashe, American tennis player (b. 1943) 3. February 7 – Buddy Pepper, American songwriter and accompanist (b. 1922) 4. February 9 – Kate Wilkinson, American stage and television actress (b. 1916) 5. February 11 5.1. Joy Garrett, American actor and vocalist (b. 1945) 5.2. Robert W. Holley, American biochemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1922) 6. February 18 – Kerry Von Erich, American profess...

    March

    1. March 1 – Terry Frost, American actor (b. 1906) 2. March 3 – Albert Sabin, American biologist, developer of the oral polio vaccine (b. 1906) 3. March 4 – Izaak Kolthoff, Dutch-born American chemist (b. 1894) 4. March 7 4.1. Duane Carter, American racing driver (b. 1913) 4.2. Whitey Kachan, American basketball player (b. 1925) 4.3. Eleanor Sanger, American television producer (b. 1929) 4.4. Jim Spavital, footballer (b. 1926) 4.5. Earl Wrightson, American singer and actor (b. 1913) 5. March...

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