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Portugal – Ai como seria se o país estivesse ao nível da selecção de futebol… Junho 4, 2005

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Portugal 2 – 0 Slovakia

Portugal fez uma excelente exibição e faltou mais golos para ilustrar a superioridade portuguesa. Treze cantos a zero!! Quase 70% de posse de bola. Segunda parte até aos 80′ de superioridade e lances de beleza excepcional. Porém não nos podemos esquecer que a 1ª. oportunidade de golo foi desperdiçada escandalosamente por Mintal aos 16′ após uma primeira defesa difícil de Ricardo a bola sobrou para o eslovaco que com a baliza deserta atirou ao lado. Aí entre os 15-20 minutos Portugal claudicou, mas o golo então contra a corrente do jogo aos 21′ na marcação de um canto de Deco, desvio ligeiro de cabeça de Pauleta para Fernando Meira finalizar ao 2º. poste com o pé inclinou decisivamente o jogo a favor dos portugueses. Aos 41′ na marcção de um livre Cristiano Ronaldo fez o 2-0 e a segunda parte foi excelente.

Em ambiente espectacular – Estádio da Luz praticamente cheio com 60.000 espectadores – Alex fez uma estreia muito boa, Figo reentrou na selecção fazendo uma boa exibição, Cristiano Ronaldo foi o maior, com um golo e pormenores absolutamente deliciosos. A defesa que estava muito modificada (ausencias forçadas de Ricardo Carvalho, Paulo Ferreira e também Nuno Valente) e que teve alguma tremideira até aos 20′ acabou por estar em bom plano evidenciando-se Alex pela estreia e incorporação em muitos lances de ataque. Fernando Meira inaugurou o marcador e Caneira também esteve bem. A arbitragem de Colina, que pode ter feito o seu último jogo oficial, não teve problemas de maior apesar de alguns despiques físicos na luta de meio campo, mas com os jogadores de ambas as equipas a demonstrarem desportivismo.

PORTUGAL – Ricardo; Caneira, Fernando Meira, Jorge Andrade e Alex; Petit, Maniche e Deco; Cristiano Ronaldo e Figo; Pauleta.

ESLOVÁQUIA – Contofalsky; Zabavnik, Varga, Petras e Had; Hlinka, Harek e Karhan; Nemeth e Mintal; Jakubko

Se o país estivesse ao nível do futebol, bem os portugueses seriam mais felizes, senão vejemos, em dois dias apenas:
Sub 21 : Portugal 2 – 1 Slovakia
Sub 20 : Portugal 1- 0 England
Selecções principais : Portugal 2 – 0 Slovakia

Nos outros jogos deste grupo de apuramento para o Mundial a Russia ganhou por 2-0 à Letónia e Estónia também ganhou por 2-0 ao Liechteinstein

Classificação
1º Portugal 7 jogos 17 pontos, 23-4 em golos
2º Eslovaquia 7 jogos 14 pontos, 18-7
3º Russia 7 jogos 14 pontos, 15 -10
4º Estonia 8 jogos 11 pontos, 12-14
5º. Letónia 7 jogos 10 pontos, 14-14
6º Liechsteintein 7 jogos 4 pontos, 9-18
7º Luxemburgo 7 jogos 0 pontos, 4-28

 

Toulon Youth Festival

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Portugal volta a vencer e o primeiro lugar do grupo está à esquina
Portugal 1 – 0 England

Em jogo desta tarde a que assistimos através da transmissão directa da Eurosport, Portugal bateu a Inglaterra por 1-0 com 0-0 ao intervalo. O golo do triunfo foi obtido aos 56′ por Cícero que bateu o guarda-redes inglês Young após uma excelente desmarcação pela direita do ataque português.

O jogo não foi de grande qualidade tendo decorrido em toada equilibrada prevalecendo o futebol mais físico dos ingleses perante a qualidade tecnica dos jogadores portugueses. Também não houve grandes oportunidades de jogo nem intervenções de brilho dos guarda-redes embora neste campo o guardião português Christopherson tenha estado mais activo a neutralizar os cruzamnetos, na maior parte deles, na sequência de pontapés de canto conseguidos pela equipa inglesa.
Após o golo português e com o decorrer do tempo os ingleses usaram e abusaram dio futebol directo para a área lusa mas os portugueses concentraram-se nio meuio-ccampo defensivo e conseguiram segurar o triunfo que deixa Portugal à beira de assegurar o primeiro lugar do grupo.

O árbitro francês Piccirello esteve bem neutralizando situações em que a bola esteve dentro das balizas de cada uma das equipas (primeiro na portuguesa por falta sobre o guarda-redes, mais tarde na inglesa por fora de jogo) mas nos minutos finais penalizou os portugueses que já em dificuldade física não tirou benefício do estilo de “deixar andar” do árbitro em algumas situações de falta.

Agora para que o pleno de resultados das selecções portuguesas seja atingido falta uma vitória no jogo, aliás, mais importante – o de qualificação para o Campeonato do Mundo frente à Eslováquia.

 

On this day in History – Jun 04

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0470 BC – Socrates, was born (d. 399 BC). Greek philosopher.
780 BC – The first historic solar eclipse is recorded in China.
1039 – Henry III becomes King of Germany.
1039 – Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor dies (b. c. 990)
1257 – Duke Przemysl I of Poland dies (b. c. 1220)
1489 – Anthony II of Lorraine, was born (d. 1544).’Il Buono’, Duke of Lorraine
1615 – Forces under the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu take Osaka Castle in Japan.
1624 – Carta régia que permite a expulsão de Lisboa de pessoas «inquietas e escandalosas».
1663 – William Juxon, dies (b. 1582). Archbishop of Canterbury.
1738 – King George III of Great Britain was born (d. 1820).
1754 – Franz Xaver, Baron Von Zach, was born (d. 1832).Austrian scientific editor, astronomer
1760 – Great Upheaval: New England planters arrive to claim land in Nova Scotia Canada taken from the Acadians.
1769 – A transit of Venus is followed within 5 hours by a total solar eclipse, the shortest such interval in the historical past.
1792 – Captain George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for Great Britain.
1794 – British troops capture Port-au-Prince in Haiti.
1798 – Giacomo Casanova, dies. Italian lover
1801 – Sir James Pennethorne, was born (d. 1871). English architect
1801 – Frederick Muhlenberg, dies (b. 1750). First speaker of the United States House of Representatives
1809 – Nasceu o matemático inglês John Henry Pratt.
1812 – Following Louisiana‘s admittance as a U.S. state, the territory by that name was renamed to Missouri Territory.
1859 – Italian Independence wars: in the Battle of Magenta, the French army, under Louis-Napoleon, defeats an Austrian army.
1862 – American Civil War: Confederate troops evacuate Fort Pillow on the Mississippi River, leaving the way clear for Union troops to take Memphis, Tennessee.
1867 – C.G.E. Mannerheim, was born (d. 1951). Commander-in-Chief of Finland during the Civil War in Finland (1918) and World War II, later President of Finland.
1867 – Alfred Vierkandt, was born (d. 1953). Sociologist .
1872 – Johan Rudolf Thorbecke, dies (b. 1798). Dutch politician.
1875 – Eduard Mörike, dies (b. 1804). German poet
1876 – An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, California via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after having left New York City.
1877 – Heinrich Otto Wieland, was born (d. 1957). German biochemist. 1927 Nobel Prize for Chemistry laureate.
1878 – Cyprus Convention: The Ottoman Empire cedes Cyprus to the United Kingdom but retains nominal title.
1882 – Karl Valentin, was born (d. 1948). Comedian and author.
1887 – Tom Longboat, was born (d. 1949). Marathon runner and World War I despatch runner.
1896 – Henry Ford test-drives the first automobile he designed – the Quadricycle (it was also the first automobile he ever drove).
1901 – Na Suécia, foi instituído o Serviço Militar Obrigatório.
1910 – Nasceu o inventor do Hovercraft, Sir Christopher Cockerell
1913 – Emily Davison, a suffragette, runs out in front of the king’s horse, Anmer, at the Epsom Deby. She is trampled and dies a few days later, never having regained consciousness.
1915 – El Racing Club de Avellaneda, Argentina obtiene Personalidad Jurídica.
1916 – Inauguración oficial do Estadio de Flamengo, com um jogo amigável frente a Sao Bento de Sao Paulo. Ganhamos “cariocas” por 3-1 no jogo em que usam primeira vez o equipamento preto e vermelho. A mudança de equipamento foi devida ao facto do anterior ter semelhanças com as cores da Alemanha principal protagonista de la I Guerra Mundial
1917 – The very first Pulitzer Prizes are awarded: Laura E. Richards, Maude H. Elliott, and Florence Hall receive the first Pulitzer for a biography (for Julia Ward Howe). Jean Jules Jusserand receives the first Pulitzer for history for his work With Americans of Past and Present Days. Herbert B. Swope receives the first Pulitzer for journalism for his work for the New York World.
1917 – Order of the British Empire introduced
1919 – Women’s rights: The U.S. Congress approved the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which would guarantee suffrage to women, and sends it to the U.S. states for ratification.
1920 – Hungary loses 71% of its territory and 63% of its population when the Treaty of Trianon is signed in Paris.
1924 – Dennis Weaver, was born. merican actor.
1926 – Alfredo Di Stéfano, was born. Argentine-Spanish footballer.
1926 – Robert Earl Hughes sets current record for worlds heaviest human.
1926 – Ecuador es aceptado oficialmente como miembro de FIFA, mientras Sudáfrica renuncia a seguir siendo miembro de esta entidad.
1928 – Dr. Ruth Westheimer, was born. German-American sex therapist, author
1928 – Chang Tso-lin, dies (b. 1873). Chinese warlord
1929 – Günter Strack, was born (d. 1999). Actor.
1930 – Morreu o poeta, contista e dramaturgo português António Patrício
1932 – John Drew Barrymore, was born (d. 2004). American actor.
1932 – Maurice Shadbolt, was born. New Zealand writer
1935 – Fundação do Club Atlético Sao Paulo, que seis meses mais tarde se chamaria Sao Paulo FC
1936 – Bruce Dern, was born. American actor
1936 – Léon Blum becomes Prime Minister of France.
1937 – Freddy Fender, was born. American country musician
1939 – Tommy Ladnier, dies. (b. 1900). American jazz musician
1939 – Holocaust: The SS St. Louis, a ship carrying a cargo of 963 Jewish refugees, is denied permission to land in Florida after already having been turned away from Cuba. Forced to return to Europe, most of its passengers later die in Nazi concentration camps.
1940 – The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers is published.
1940 – World War II: Dunkirk evacuation ends – British forces complete evacuating 300,000 troops from Dunkirk in France.
1941 – Kaiser Wilhelm II, dies (b. 1859). Last German emperor
1942 – Reinhard Heydrich, dies (b. 1904). Nazi official
1942 – World War II: Battle of Midway begins – Japanese Admiral Chuichi Nagumo orders a strike on Midway Island with much of the Imperial Japanese navy.
1943 – Military coup in Argentina ousts Ramón Castillo.
1944 – World War II: A hunter-killer group of the United States Navy capture the German submarine U-505, marking the first time a U.S. Navy vessel had captured an enemy vessel at sea since the 19th century.
1944 – World War II: Rome falls to the Allies. It is the first capital of an Axis nation to fall.
1944 – Michelle Phillips, was born. American actress, singer
1945 – Gordon Waller, was born. Musician (“Peter and Goron“) .
1946 – Na Argentina, o General Perón assumiu a presidência da República pela primeira vez.
1947 – Viktor Klima, was born. Austrian Chancellor
1951 – Serge Koussevitsky, dies (b. 1874). Russian conductor
1952 – Parker Stevenson, was born. American actor, director
1956 – Keith David, was born. American actor
1956 – John Hockenberry, was born. Journalist
1960 – Lake Bodom Murderers
1962 – Lindsay Frost, was born. Actress
1965 – Mick Doohan, was born. Australian motorcycle racer
1966 – Cecilia Bartoli, was born. Italian opera singer
1966 – Vladimir Voevodsky, was born. Mathematician
1966 – Tiffany Million, was born. Pornographic actress
1968 – Dorothy Gish, dies (b. 1898). American actress.
1970 – David Pybus, was born. British musician
1970 – Tonga gains independence from the United Kingdom.
1971 – Noah Wyle, was born. American actor
1972 – Derian Hatcher, was born. American hockey player
1973 – Maurice René Fréchet, dies (b. 1878). French mathematician.
1973 – Maurice René Fréchet, dies (b. 1878). French mathematician.
1973 – patent for the ATM granted to Don Wetzl, Tom Barnes and George Chastain.
1974 – The Cleveland Indians host “Ten Cent Beer Night”, but have to forfeit the game to the Texas Rangers due to drunken and unruly fans.
1975 – Angelina Jolie, was born. American actress.
1977 – Quinten Hann, was born. Australian snooker player .
1978 – Jorge de Sena, dies. Portuguese teacher and writer.
1979 – Morre Gilda de Abreu, actriz e diretora brasileira (n. 1904)
1983 – Ivan Tors, dies. Producer, writer, animal trainer.
1985 – Assinatura do Acordo de Schengen no Luxemburgo.
1985 – A França realizou testes nucleares subterrâneos no atol de Mororoa, no Pacífico Sul
1986 – Jonathan Pollard pleads guilty to espionage for selling top secret United States military intelligence to Israel.
1989 – The Tiananmen Square protests are suppressed in Beijing and are covered live on television.
1989 – Solidarity‘s victory in the first partly free parliamentary elections in post-war Poland spark off a succession of peaceful anti-communist revolutions in Eastern Europe.
1989 – Train disaster: Ufa train disaster – A natural gas explosion near Ufa, Russia kills 645 as two trains passing each other throw sparks near a leaky pipeline.
1990 – Stiv Bators, dies (b. 1949). American musician (“The Dead Boys“).
1994 – Morre Roberto Burle Marx. Arquiteto e paisagista brasileiro.
1998 – Terry Nichols is sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.
1999 – Noemi Dominguez, dies. Schoolteacher
2001 – King Dipendra of Nepal dies (b. 1971)
2001 – John Hartford, dies (b. 1937). American musician, composer
2002 – Fernando Belaunde Terry, dies (b. 1912). Peruvian politician, president of Peru (b. 1912)
2003 – Martha Stewart and her broker are indicted for using privileged investment information and then obstructing a federal investigation. Stewart also resigned as chairperson and chief executive officer of Martha Stewart Living.
2004 – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is released in cinemas.
2004 – Steve Lacy, American saxophonist (b. 1934)
International Innocent Child Abuse Victim Day
Tonga – National Day
 

On this day in History – Jun 04

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0470 BC – Socrates, was born (d. 399 BC). Greek philosopher.
780 BC – The first historic solar eclipse is recorded in China.
1039 – Henry III becomes King of Germany.
1039 – Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor dies (b. c. 990)
1257 – Duke Przemysl I of Poland dies (b. c. 1220)
1489 – Anthony II of Lorraine, was born (d. 1544).’Il Buono’, Duke of Lorraine
1615 – Forces under the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu take Osaka Castle in Japan.
1624 – Carta régia que permite a expulsão de Lisboa de pessoas «inquietas e escandalosas».
1663 – William Juxon, dies (b. 1582). Archbishop of Canterbury.
1738 – King George III of Great Britain was born (d. 1820).
1754 – Franz Xaver, Baron Von Zach, was born (d. 1832).Austrian scientific editor, astronomer
1760 – Great Upheaval: New England planters arrive to claim land in Nova Scotia Canada taken from the Acadians.
1769 – A transit of Venus is followed within 5 hours by a total solar eclipse, the shortest such interval in the historical past.
1792 – Captain George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for Great Britain.
1794 – British troops capture Port-au-Prince in Haiti.
1798 – Giacomo Casanova, dies. Italian lover
1801 – Sir James Pennethorne, was born (d. 1871). English architect
1801 – Frederick Muhlenberg, dies (b. 1750). First speaker of the United States House of Representatives
1809 – Nasceu o matemático inglês John Henry Pratt.
1812 – Following Louisiana‘s admittance as a U.S. state, the territory by that name was renamed to Missouri Territory.
1859 – Italian Independence wars: in the Battle of Magenta, the French army, under Louis-Napoleon, defeats an Austrian army.
1862 – American Civil War: Confederate troops evacuate Fort Pillow on the Mississippi River, leaving the way clear for Union troops to take Memphis, Tennessee.
1867 – C.G.E. Mannerheim, was born (d. 1951). Commander-in-Chief of Finland during the Civil War in Finland (1918) and World War II, later President of Finland.
1867 – Alfred Vierkandt, was born (d. 1953). Sociologist .
1872 – Johan Rudolf Thorbecke, dies (b. 1798). Dutch politician.
1875 – Eduard Mörike, dies (b. 1804). German poet
1876 – An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, California via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after having left New York City.
1877 – Heinrich Otto Wieland, was born (d. 1957). German biochemist. 1927 Nobel Prize for Chemistry laureate.
1878 – Cyprus Convention: The Ottoman Empire cedes Cyprus to the United Kingdom but retains nominal title.
1882 – Karl Valentin, was born (d. 1948). Comedian and author.
1887 – Tom Longboat, was born (d. 1949). Marathon runner and World War I despatch runner.
1896 – Henry Ford test-drives the first automobile he designed – the Quadricycle (it was also the first automobile he ever drove).
1901 – Na Suécia, foi instituído o Serviço Militar Obrigatório.
1910 – Nasceu o inventor do Hovercraft, Sir Christopher Cockerell
1913 – Emily Davison, a suffragette, runs out in front of the king’s horse, Anmer, at the Epsom Deby. She is trampled and dies a few days later, never having regained consciousness.
1915 – El Racing Club de Avellaneda, Argentina obtiene Personalidad Jurídica.
1916 – Inauguración oficial do Estadio de Flamengo, com um jogo amigável frente a Sao Bento de Sao Paulo. Ganhamos “cariocas” por 3-1 no jogo em que usam primeira vez o equipamento preto e vermelho. A mudança de equipamento foi devida ao facto do anterior ter semelhanças com as cores da Alemanha principal protagonista de la I Guerra Mundial
1917 – The very first Pulitzer Prizes are awarded: Laura E. Richards, Maude H. Elliott, and Florence Hall receive the first Pulitzer for a biography (for Julia Ward Howe). Jean Jules Jusserand receives the first Pulitzer for history for his work With Americans of Past and Present Days. Herbert B. Swope receives the first Pulitzer for journalism for his work for the New York World.
1917 – Order of the British Empire introduced
1919 – Women’s rights: The U.S. Congress approved the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which would guarantee suffrage to women, and sends it to the U.S. states for ratification.
1920 – Hungary loses 71% of its territory and 63% of its population when the Treaty of Trianon is signed in Paris.
1924 – Dennis Weaver, was born. merican actor.
1926 – Alfredo Di Stéfano, was born. Argentine-Spanish footballer.
1926 – Robert Earl Hughes sets current record for worlds heaviest human.
1926 – Ecuador es aceptado oficialmente como miembro de FIFA, mientras Sudáfrica renuncia a seguir siendo miembro de esta entidad.
1928 – Dr. Ruth Westheimer, was born. German-American sex therapist, author
1928 – Chang Tso-lin, dies (b. 1873). Chinese warlord
1929 – Günter Strack, was born (d. 1999). Actor.
1930 – Morreu o poeta, contista e dramaturgo português António Patrício
1932 – John Drew Barrymore, was born (d. 2004). American actor.
1932 – Maurice Shadbolt, was born. New Zealand writer
1935 – Fundação do Club Atlético Sao Paulo, que seis meses mais tarde se chamaria Sao Paulo FC
1936 – Bruce Dern, was born. American actor
1936 – Léon Blum becomes Prime Minister of France.
1937 – Freddy Fender, was born. American country musician
1939 – Tommy Ladnier, dies. (b. 1900). American jazz musician
1939 – Holocaust: The SS St. Louis, a ship carrying a cargo of 963 Jewish refugees, is denied permission to land in Florida after already having been turned away from Cuba. Forced to return to Europe, most of its passengers later die in Nazi concentration camps.
1940 – The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers is published.
1940 – World War II: Dunkirk evacuation ends – British forces complete evacuating 300,000 troops from Dunkirk in France.
1941 – Kaiser Wilhelm II, dies (b. 1859). Last German emperor
1942 – Reinhard Heydrich, dies (b. 1904). Nazi official
1942 – World War II: Battle of Midway begins – Japanese Admiral Chuichi Nagumo orders a strike on Midway Island with much of the Imperial Japanese navy.
1943 – Military coup in Argentina ousts Ramón Castillo.
1944 – World War II: A hunter-killer group of the United States Navy capture the German submarine U-505, marking the first time a U.S. Navy vessel had captured an enemy vessel at sea since the 19th century.
1944 – World War II: Rome falls to the Allies. It is the first capital of an Axis nation to fall.
1944 – Michelle Phillips, was born. American actress, singer
1945 – Gordon Waller, was born. Musician (“Peter and Goron“) .
1946 – Na Argentina, o General Perón assumiu a presidência da República pela primeira vez.
1947 – Viktor Klima, was born. Austrian Chancellor
1951 – Serge Koussevitsky, dies (b. 1874). Russian conductor
1952 – Parker Stevenson, was born. American actor, director
1956 – Keith David, was born. American actor
1956 – John Hockenberry, was born. Journalist
1960 – Lake Bodom Murderers
1962 – Lindsay Frost, was born. Actress
1965 – Mick Doohan, was born. Australian motorcycle racer
1966 – Cecilia Bartoli, was born. Italian opera singer
1966 – Vladimir Voevodsky, was born. Mathematician
1966 – Tiffany Million, was born. Pornographic actress
1968 – Dorothy Gish, dies (b. 1898). American actress.
1970 – David Pybus, was born. British musician
1970 – Tonga gains independence from the United Kingdom.
1971 – Noah Wyle, was born. American actor
1972 – Derian Hatcher, was born. American hockey player
1973 – Maurice René Fréchet, dies (b. 1878). French mathematician.
1973 – Maurice René Fréchet, dies (b. 1878). French mathematician.
1973 – patent for the ATM granted to Don Wetzl, Tom Barnes and George Chastain.
1974 – The Cleveland Indians host “Ten Cent Beer Night”, but have to forfeit the game to the Texas Rangers due to drunken and unruly fans.
1975 – Angelina Jolie, was born. American actress.
1977 – Quinten Hann, was born. Australian snooker player .
1978 – Jorge de Sena, dies. Portuguese teacher and writer.
1979 – Morre Gilda de Abreu, actriz e diretora brasileira (n. 1904)
1983 – Ivan Tors, dies. Producer, writer, animal trainer.
1985 – Assinatura do Acordo de Schengen no Luxemburgo.
1985 – A França realizou testes nucleares subterrâneos no atol de Mororoa, no Pacífico Sul
1986 – Jonathan Pollard pleads guilty to espionage for selling top secret United States military intelligence to Israel.
1989 – The Tiananmen Square protests are suppressed in Beijing and are covered live on television.
1989 – Solidarity‘s victory in the first partly free parliamentary elections in post-war Poland spark off a succession of peaceful anti-communist revolutions in Eastern Europe.
1989 – Train disaster: Ufa train disaster – A natural gas explosion near Ufa, Russia kills 645 as two trains passing each other throw sparks near a leaky pipeline.
1990 – Stiv Bators, dies (b. 1949). American musician (“The Dead Boys“).
1994 – Morre Roberto Burle Marx. Arquiteto e paisagista brasileiro.
1998 – Terry Nichols is sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.
1999 – Noemi Dominguez, dies. Schoolteacher
2001 – King Dipendra of Nepal dies (b. 1971)
2001 – John Hartford, dies (b. 1937). American musician, composer
2002 – Fernando Belaunde Terry, dies (b. 1912). Peruvian politician, president of Peru (b. 1912)
2003 – Martha Stewart and her broker are indicted for using privileged investment information and then obstructing a federal investigation. Stewart also resigned as chairperson and chief executive officer of Martha Stewart Living.
2004 – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is released in cinemas.
2004 – Steve Lacy, American saxophonist (b. 1934)
International Innocent Child Abuse Victim Day
Tonga – National Day