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Source: Canadian Manufacturing
Real gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 1.3 per cent in the slowed third quarter compared to a revised reading of 3.5 per cent in the second quarter.
1847: Frederick Douglass and Martin R. Delaney establish the North Star, an anti-slavery paper.
1915: The United States expels German attaches on spy charges.
1918: The Allied Conference ends in London where they decide that Germany must pay for the war.
1925: The League of Nations orders Greece to pay an indemnity for the October invasion of Bulgaria.
1926: British reports claim that German soldiers are being trained in the Soviet Union.
1950: The Chinese close in on Pyongyang, Korea, and UN forces withdraw southward.
1979: Eleven are dead and eight injured in a mad rush to see a rock band (The Who) at a concert in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1984: Toxic gas leaks from a Union Carbide plant and results in the deaths of thousands in Bhopal, India.
1989: Presidents George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev announce the official end to the Cold War at a meeting in Malta.
1992: A test engineer for Sema Group sends the world's first text message, using a personal computer and the Vodafone network.
1997: Representatives of 121 nations sign the Ottawa Treaty prohibiting the manufacture or deployment of antipersonnel landmines; the People's Republic of China, the U.S. and the USSR do not sign.
2005: First manned rocket aircraft delivery of US Mail takes place in Mojave, Cal.
2009: Suicide bombing in Mogadishu, Somalia, kills 25 people, including three ministries of the Transitional Federal Government.