Maxim Knight, American actor (American actor, 21.8.1999.)

Jamia Simone Nash, American singer and actress (American singer and actress, 21.8.1996.)

Jacqueline Emerson, American actress and singer (Devo 2.0) (American actress and singer (Devo 2.0), 21.8.1994.)

RJ Mitte, American actor (American actor, 21.8.1992.)

Brad Kavanagh, English singer-songwriter and actor (English singer-songwriter and actor, 21.8.1992.)

Tess Gaerthé, Dutch singer (Dutch singer, 21.8.1991.)

Liis Emajõe, Estonian footballer (Estonian footballer, 21.8.1991.)

Fabian Heimpel, German rugby player (German rugby player, 21.8.1990.)

Omar El Kaddouri, Belgian-Moroccan footballer (Belgian-Moroccan footballer, 21.8.1990.)

Big Chocolate, American singer-songwriter, and producer (Burning the Masses) (American singer-songwriter, and producer (Burning the Masses), 21.8.1990.)


Lew Wood, American journalist (b. 1929) (American journalist , 21.8.2013.)

Enos Nkala, Zimbabwean politician, Minister of Defence for Zimbabwe (b. 1932) (Zimbabwean politician, Minister of Defence for Zimbabwe , 21.8.2013.)

Fred Martin, Scottish footballer (b. 1929) (Scottish footballer , 21.8.2013.)

C. Gordon Fullerton, American colonel, engineer, and astronaut (b. 1936) (American colonel, engineer, and astronaut , 21.8.2013.)

Rodolfo Tan Cardoso, Filipino chess player (b. 1937) (Filipino chess player , 21.8.2013.)

Sid Bernstein, American record producer (b. 1918) (American record producer , 21.8.2013.)

Jean Berkey, American politician (b. 1938) (American politician , 21.8.2013.)

William Thurston, American mathematician (b. 1946) (American mathematician , 21.8.2012.)

Guy Spitaels, Belgian politician, 7th Minister-President of the Walloon Region (b. 1931) (Belgian politician, 7th Minister-President of the Walloon Region , 21.8.2012.)

Don Raleigh, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. 1926) (Canadian ice hockey player and coach , 21.8.2012.)


Hundreds of people are reported killed by chemical attacks in the Ghouta region of Syria. (21.8.2013.)

The Red Cross announces that a famine is striking Tajikistan, and calls for international financial aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. (21.8.2001.)

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