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1978: First test-tube baby  
It all began with a bet. John Brown, a truck driver from the port city of Bristol in western England, loved soccer -- and betting. When the 38-year old won £800 ($1,400) on the soccer pools, he and his wife Lesley came one step closer to realizing their dream of having a baby of their own.

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1875: Carl Gustav Jung
1967: De Gaulle’s political sensation
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26.7.2016 The Democrats: Out of the battle, into the war
Hillary Clinton needs this to be the week she moves from clashes with Bernie to warfare with Trump. But then Wikileaks intervened. What does it all mean for Project Unity? Richard Walker reports from Philadelphia.
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Charles DeGaulle caused a political sensation in Montréal during an official visit to Canada on July 26, 1967. What did he do to provoke the scandal?
  He cried "Vive le Québec libre!" (Long live free Quebec) to a crowd in Montreal.
  He insulted Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
  He complained about the bad food in Montréal.