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October, 24, 90 B.C.:
Execution Of Ambassador By Mehrdad 2

The Iranian ambassador to the Roman court Arorobazus was condemned to death by the court. After the Parthian king Mehrdad 2 approved the decree, the public execution took place in the Tisfun city square to depict the importance of Iranian dignity. Arorobazus had reportedly sat in a lower seat than h... Read Full Article:

October, 24, 1813 A.D.:
The Gulistan Treaty Signed With Russia

After the assassination of Mohammad Khan, his nephew Fathali Shah was defeated by Russia in two wars despite a decree calling for the holy war. He was Iran's most incompetent ruler in memory that gave everything to Russia to stay in power and secure his son Abbas Mirza as heir to the throne. By this... Read Full Article:

October, 24, 1871 A.D.:
The Largely Forgotten Los Angeles' Chinese Massacre

On a cool October night in 1871, 18 Chinese men and boys were massacred by a bloodthirsty mob in Los Angeles. The Cause Debate continues over the actual trigger for the riot, but most commentators point to a fight between rival Chinese gangs in Los Angeles’ then-Chinatown on Calle de los Negros (t... Read Full Article:

October, 24, 1871 A.D.:
Chinese Massacre of 1871 in California, USA

The Chinese massacre of 1871 was a racially motivated riot which occurred on October 24, 1871 in Los Angeles, California, when a mob of around 500 white men entered Chinatown to attack, rob, and murder Chinese residents of the city. The massacre took place on Calle de los Negros (Street of the Negro... Read Full Article:

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