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1877: Wimbledon staged its first lawn tennis championship at its original site in Worple Road, London.
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1893: Chicago surgeon Daniel Williams performed the first open heart surgery without anaesthetic.
1900: The commonwealth of Australia was established in the British parliament.
1910: A stone tablet describing the fall of Jerusalem was discovered by archaeologists in Egypt.
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1990: Four were killed and hundreds injured when celebrations of Germany's victory over Argentina in the World Cup final turned violent.
1990: Saddam Hussein, Iraq's president, denied that his country possessed a nuclear weapons capability.
2007: The BBC was fined 50,000 for faking the winner of a phone in competition on a Blue Peter programme.