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Today in History: U.S. government leaves Philadelphia for Washington, D.C.

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Today the fifteenth day of the month of May, we bring to you the top five events that unfolded this day many years and decades back.

1800 – President John Adams orders the federal government to leave Philadelphia and set up shop in the nation’s new capital in Washington, D.C.

1 May

1820 – The U.S. Congress designates the slave trade a form of piracy

2 May

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1968 – U.S. Marines relieve army troops in Nhi Ha, South Vietnam after a fourteen-day battle.

3 May

1988 – Soviets forces begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Ветераны-афганцы отмечают 20-ю годовщину вывода советских войск из Республики Афганистан

2008 – At least 100 people killed and scores injured when fuel from a pipeline ruptured by an earthmover exploded in Ijegun village in the Alimosho district of Lagos.

 5 May
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