Karl Marx organizes, in London, the I International, which includes the body to the creation of the first social-democratic and socialist parties.
The Futebol Clube do Porto is founded.
Barricades were raised against the demonstration of the Silent Majority, organized in support of António de Spínola.
Maria Branca dos Santos, Dona Branca, “the banker of the people”, is called to the Judiciary Police.
Yasser Arafat, leader of the PLO, and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin sign an agreement in Washington to end the occupation of the West Bank.
– The prime minister of the transitional government of Guinea-Bissau, Artur Sanhá, takes office.
– The filmmaker and writer Elia Kazan, director of “Há Lodo no Cais”, dies, aged 94.
Portugal becomes European table tennis champion for the first time by defeating Germany, by 3-1, in the final of the European Teams, which took place in Lisbon.
The Portuguese team, coached by Pedro Rufino, was recognized by Marcos Freitas, Tiago Apolónia, João Monteiro, João Geraldo and Diogo Chen.
At the age of 93, Shimon Peres, former President of Israel and Nobel Peace Prize, dies.
At the age of 80, Jorge Salavisa, dancer and choreographer, dies, directed the Ballet Gulbenkian and the Companhia Nacional de Bailado.