November 27, 2021

1986 (MCMLXXXVI in Roman numerals) is a year of the 20th century.


United States: Ronald Reagan accuses Libya of supporting Palestinian terrorism. The US fleet stationed in the Mediterranean mobilizes off the Libyan coast. Italy: the Italian government declares an embargo on arms supplies against Libya.


January 1st European Union: Spain and Portugal become member states of the EEC (from ten to twelve). The island of Aruba begins the process of independence from the Netherlands and is separated from the Netherlands Antilles. January 9: Stephen P. Synnott and the Voyager 2 space probe discover Cressida (satellite of Uranus). January 19: The first computer virus, (c) Brain, spreads around the world. January 20: Richard Terrile discovers two satellites of Uranus: Cordelia and Ofelia. January 23: Bradford A. Smith and the Voyager 2 space probe discover Bianca (satellite of Uranus). January 26: Yoweri Museveni overthrows Tito Okello and takes power in Uganda. January 28: the Space Shuttle Challenger explodes in the take-off phase; all seven astronauts die in the accident. January 30 - Padua: the trial against Workers' Autonomy ends. Toni Negri is acquitted of arms possession charges, sentences are significantly reduced compared to the prosecution's requests.


9 February: perihelion of Halley's comet, on 13 March the European probe Giotto will pass 565 km from the nucleus photographing the comet. February 10 - Palermo: the maxi trial against the mafia opens in the bunker classroom of the Ucciardone prison. February 16 - Portugal: Socialist Mário Soares is the new president of the republic. February 20 Milan: the entrepreneur Silvio Berlusconi buys the Milan Football Association. He will be appointed president on the following 21 March. The first module of the Russian orbiting space station Mir is launched; it will be decommissioned only in 2001. February 25 - Philippines: Corazón Aquino, widow of Benigno and leader of the opposition to Ferdinand Marcos, becomes president of the Philippines following the Rosary revolution. February 28th Brussels: the twelve states of the EEC sign the Single European Act. Stockholm, Sweden: Olof Palme, a supporter of international peace agreements, is assassinated.


1 March - Italy: the Agency for the promotion of the development of the South is established, which takes the place of the Cassa per il Mezzogiorno. March 16: Switzerland refuses to join the United Nations after a referendum. It will only enter in 2002. March 17 - Italy: the scandal of methanol wine is discovered, 23 confirmed deaths. March 18 Milan: the Milan court sentences Michele Sindona to life imprisonment as principal of the murder of Giorgio Ambrosoli, bankruptcy trustee of the Italian Private Bank. France: Jacques Chirac is appointed prime minister. March 20 - Voghera: Michele Sindona dies of poisoning after drinking cyanide coffee in prison. March 24: during the United States Navy's air and naval maneuvers in the Gulf of Sirte (Operation Attain Document), a violent battle between US and Libyan units breaks out. March 29 - Italy: the trial for the attack on John Paul II ends definitively. The only culprit identified is Mehmet Ali Ağca.


April 2: in the sky of Corinth a bomb explodes on a Boeing 727 flying between Rome and Athens: 4 passengers are sucked out, 7 are injured, the plane manages to land. April 4 - Rome: historic visit of Pope John Paul II to the synagogue. He is the first in the history of the Church. April 5 - Berlin: a terrorist attack in a nightclub frequented by US soldiers, hatched by Libyan agents, causes three deaths and over 200 injuries. April 15: US planes bomb Tripoli and other military targets in Libya in retaliation for the April 5 attack (Operation El Do

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