…although cloudy. 25 — 32 ° C.
THERE WHERE TO NO:
Brussels is going to Foreign Affairs Council, chaired by the EU High Representative for EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.
British Prime Minister David Cameron in Turkey.
ALSO THIS DAY:
In 1856 born Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw (d. 1950), winner of the Nobel Prize in 1925.
In 1875, Swiss born psyhaanalityk Carl Gustav Jung (d. 1961).
In 1943, Mick Jagger was born, frontman of the band "The Rolling Stones".
In 1953, an uprising in Cuba, led by Fidel Castro. The uprising failed and Castro was captured and sentenced to two years prison. Next Castro uprising began in December 1956 and took office in January 1958.
A year ago on the site of "Freedom": "The pardon killers shared the villagers."
Quote to remember:
"Democracy — a feature, which ensures that we will manage no better than we deserve" — George Bernard Shaw.