ON THIS DAY HAPPENED:

Births:

Makoto Okunaka, Japanese idol (Japanese idol, 18.11.1993.)

Steven Skrzybski, German footballer (German footballer, 18.11.1992.)

Nathan Kress, American actor (American actor, 18.11.1992.)

Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, Thai tennis player (Thai tennis player, 18.11.1991.)

Natalie Osman, American wrestler (American wrestler, 18.11.1989.)

Jackie Thomas, New Zealand singer (New Zealand singer, 18.11.1990.)

Michael Roach, American soccer player (American soccer player, 18.11.1988.)

Jake Abel, American actor (American actor, 18.11.1987.)

Christian Siriano, American fashion designer (American fashion designer, 18.11.1985.)

Allyson Felix, American sprinter (American sprinter, 18.11.1985.)

Deaths:

Peter Wintonick, Canadian director and producer (b. 1953) (Canadian director and producer , 18.11.2013.)

Ljubomir Vračarević, Serbian martial artist, founded Real Aikido (b. 1947) (Serbian martial artist, founded Real Aikido , 18.11.2013.)

S. R. D. Vaidyanathan, Indian nadaswaram player and composer (b. 1929) (Indian nadaswaram player and composer , 18.11.2013.)

Nejat Uygur, Turkish actor (b. 1927) (Turkish actor , 18.11.2013.)

Bennett Reimer, American academic (b. 1932) (American academic , 18.11.2013.)

Thomas Kennedy, Scottish air marshal (b. 1928) (Scottish air marshal , 18.11.2013.)

Thomas Howard, American football player (b. 1983) (American football player , 18.11.2013.)

Mike Cross, American businessman and politician (b. 1944) (American businessman and politician , 18.11.2013.)

Helmut Sonnenfeldt, German-American politician and scholar (b. 1926) (German-American politician and scholar , 18.11.2012.)

Ed Richards, American fencer (b. 1929) (American fencer , 18.11.2012.)

Events:

NASA launches the MAVEN probe to Mars. (18.11.2013.)

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules 4 to 3 in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional and gives the state legislature 180 days to change the law making Massachusetts the first state in the United States to grant marriage rights to same-sex couples. (18.11.2003.)

 
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