. Jančar studied law in his home town. While a student, he became chief editor of the student journal ''Katedra''; he soon came in conflict with the Communist (Communist Party of Slovenia) establishment because he published some articles critical of the ruling regime. He had to leave the journal. He soon found a job as an assistant at the Maribor daily newspaper ''Večer (Večer (Maribor))''. In 1974 he was arrested by Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) authorities for bringing to Yugoslavia a booklet entitled ''V Rogu ležimo pobiti'' (''We Lie Killed in the Rog Forest''), which he had bought in nearby Austria and lent to some friends. The booklet was a survivor's account of the Kočevski Rog massacres of the Slovene Home Guard war prisoners perpetrated by Josip Broz Tito's regime in May 1945. He was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for "spreading hostile propaganda" but was released after three months. Immediately after his release he was called up for military service in southern Serbia, where he was subjected to systematic harassment by his superiors due to his "criminal file".
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newspaper owner Jagat Narain, 92, was assassinated by three gunmen after publishing articles critical of Sikh militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Sikh demands for a separate nation. On September 20, Bhindranwale surrendered to the police, but was released on October 14 by orders of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Ananth V. Krishna, ''India Since Independence: Making Sense Of Indian Politics'' (Pearson Education India, 2011) pp273-274 *'''Born:''' Julie Gonzalo
the creation of NASA in 1958 and a speeded up American space program. During the Khrushchev (Nikita Khrushchev) era of the Soviet Union when relations were tense, North Korean media would openly reprint articles critical of the USSR, often written by Chinese (People's Republic of China) officials. Zhebin (1995). However, once relations between the DPRK and Soviet Union improved, the articles would no longer appear. Kun (1967). In the following years, both Russian and North Korean media would play down sensitive anniversaries. Zagoria (1977). '''Sergey Vladimirovich Tchepikov''' ( Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
with more than 2 million people reported due to its large overall population, but with a prevalance rate of 0.30 in comparison to the prevalance rate of 0.60 in US and 18.10 in South Afria. September 9, 1981 (Wednesday) *Indian newspaper owner Jagat Narain, 92, was assassinated by three gunmen after publishing articles critical of Sikh militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Sikh demands for a separate nation. On September 20, Bhindranwale