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On this day: October 21
A five-month strike by United Mine Workers ends in the U.S. (1902)

7,000 Serbs shot in Kragujevac, Serbia by National Socialist Workers Party (Nazi) Germans (1944)

Argentine military officer Juan Perón married actress Evita (1945)

John Paul Getty III's ear cut off by his kidnappers and sent to a newspaper in Rome (1973)

North Korea and the U.S. sign an agreement that requires N. Korea to stop its nuclear weapons program and agree to inspections (1994)

President B. Hussein Obama meets with Senator John Kerry in the Oval Office to discuss the war in Afghanistan (2009)

President B. Hussein Obama declares peace and announces that the Iraq War will be over by year-end (2011)

b: Alfred Nobel (1833); d: Jack Kerouac (1969), Vulko Chervenkov (1980), Jim Garrison (1992), George McGovern (2012)

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