Rákóczi II & Tsar Peter the Great sign social security agreement
Pacific Stock Exchange opens (as Local Security Board)
Cheka formed - Soviet state security force and forerunner to the KGB, under Felix Dzerzhinsky after decree by Lenin
Brinks unveils 1st armored security vans
German Minister Stresemann proposes security treaty with France
China asks for a seat in the Security council
German Special Court of Justice for state security disbands
Persia, Turkey & Afghanistan sign treaties of security
Social Security Act becomes law
1st US social security payment made
US Social Security Administration approves 1st unemployment check
LA Times urges security measures against Japanese-Americans
Anne Frank arrested in Amsterdam by German Security Police (Grüne Polizei) following a tip-off from an informer who was never identified
Colditz Castle, the high-security prisoner of war camp in Germany, is liberated by American troops.
United Nations Security Council holds its 1st meeting
National Security Act establishes CIA
National Security Act passes
National Security Council authorizes covert operations for 1st time
UN Security council convicts Dutch aggression in Indonesia
Security Council of UN recommends membership for Israel
Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia & Syria sign security pact
US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site Argonne Atomic Lab (Ill), to demonstrate lax in security
Arab League security pact goes into effect
UN Security Council nominates Dag Hammarskjoeld secretary-general
US & South Korea initial a mutual security pact
UN Security council sends observers to Lebanon
Eisenhower & Premier Kishi sign US-Japanese Security pact
Japan signs security treaty with the US
The UN Security Council lay down rules which would allow UN forces to enter Congo
UN Security council calls for boycott of Rhodesia
Pres Nixon names Henry Kissinger security advisor
US casts their 1st UN Security Council veto (Support England)
Northern Ireland Prime Minister James Chichester-Clark meets with British Home Secretary Reginald Maulling to discuss matters related to reforms and security
Northern Ireland Prime Minister Chichester-Clark meets with British PM Heath to disucss the security situation in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Prime Minister James Chichester-Clark resigns in protest at what he views as a limited security response by the British government
The British Parliament debate the security situation in Northern Ireland
Operation Demetrius (or Internment) is introduced in Northern Ireland allowing suspected terrorists to be indefinitely detained without trial; the security forces arrested 342 people suspected of supporting paramilitaries
Leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party Gerry Fitt presents a number of allegations of brutality by the security forces in Northern Ireland to representatives of the United Nations
An inquiry into allegations of brutality by the security forces against those interned without trial in Northern Ireland is announced
China People's Republic seated in UN Security Council
The government of the Republic of Ireland states that it will take the allegations of brutality against the security forces in Northern Ireland to the European Court of Human Rights
The UN Security Council calls an emergency session to consider the deteriorating situation between India and Pakistan.
UN Security Council chooses Kurt Waldheim as 4th secretary General
The Irish Republican Army announce that it would call a ceasefire from 26 June 1972 provided that there is a "reciprocal response" from the security forces
Bugojno group is caught by Yugoslav security forces.
Security Council Resolution 338-cease fire to Yom Kippur War
'The Troubles', a period of conflict in Northern Ireland involving republican and loyalist paramilitaries, the British security forces, and civil rights groups. claims its 1000th victim
US President Gerald Ford signs Employee Retirement Income Security Act
Otis Francis Tabler is 1st open homosexual to get security clearance to work for the Defense Department
The Provisional Irish Republican Army agrees to a truce and ceasefire with the British government and the Northern Ireland Office; Seven "incident centres" are established in nationalist areas to monitor the ceasefire and the response of the security forces
CSCE Final Act creates the Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
UN Security Council votes 11-1 to seat Palestine Liberation Org
The U.S. vetoes Angola's application for membership of the United Nations Security
UN Security Council endorses Kurt Waldheim, sec-gen for 2nd 5 yr term
Herbert Kappler, head of Nazi police and security services in Rome during WWII, escapes from prison hospital in Rome
Philippine political prisoners, Eugenio Lopez, Jr. and Sergio Osmeña III successfully escaped from Fort Bonifacio Maximum Security Prison in the Philippines
UN Security council proclaims weapon embargo against South Africa
UN Security Council calls for South Africa to free Nelson Mandela
UN Security Council condemns (14-0, US abstains) Israeli declaration that all of Jersualem is its capital
UN Security Council demanded Argentina withdraw from Falkland Islands
US vetos UN Security Council resolution for a limited withdrawal from Beirut of Israeli & Palestine Liberation Organization forces
In South Africa, the Internal Security Act is passed, giving massive powers to the authorities to investigate any organization or publication
President Reagan signs $165 billion Social Security rescue
President Reagan signs a $165B bail out for Social Security
Security guard Victor Gerena robs West Hartford company of $7 million
Following the Rubicon speech four days earlier, Archbishop Desmond Tutu snubs P. W. Botha's invitation to attend a meeting to discuss the role and actions of the police and security forces in South Africa
President Reagan appoints Vice Adm John Poindexter as security adviser
UN Security Council unanimously condemns "acts of hostage-taking"
Former national security adviser Robert McFarlane attempts suicide
Five prominent anti-apartheid activists are released in Cape Town, South Africa after being detained for up to two years under the Internal Security Act
Security & Exchange Commission accuses Drexel of violating security laws
Drexel agrees guilt to security felonies, pays a $650 million fine
2 French TV newsmen arrested for trying to plant fake bombs on 3 airlines at JFK airport in security test
US computer security expert warns of catastrophic virus
Drexel formally pleads guilty to security fraud
Mafia drug kingpin bombs security force at Bogota, kills 52
Security law violator Ivan Boesky is released from federal custody
Michael Milken pleads innocent to security law violations
Security law violator Michael Milken pleads guilty to 6 felonies
Federal judge sentenced former national security adviser John M Poindexter to 6 months for making false statements to Congress
UN Security Council votes 13-0 (2 abstensions Cuba & Yemen) to place economic sanctions against Iraq
UN security council authorizes military action against Iraq
UN Security Council vote 14-1 to impose air embargo against Iraq
Michael Milken is sentenced to 10 years for security law violations
UN Security Council approves US-sponsored resolution authorizing the use of force in the Persian Gulf if Iraq does not withdrawal from Kuwait by Jan. 15, 1991
UN Security Council panel decided to lift the food embargo on Iraq
UN Security Council adopts Gulf War truce resolution
UN Security Council issues formal cease fire with Iraq declaration
John Brodie wins Security Pacific Senior Golf Classic
UN Security Council voted to ban flights & arms sales to Libya
Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe creates the office of High Commissioner on National Minorities.
The Security Council of the UN examine violence in South Africa
UN Security Council votes 12-0 (3 abstentions) to dump Yugoslavia
UN Security Council votes unanimous for US led forces to enter Somalia
Republic of Texas security chief Robert Scheidt surrenders
UN Security renews its "oilforfood" initiative whereby Iraq may sell $2 billion worth of oil to buy food, medicine and other necessities to alleviate civilian suffering under the sanctions imposed when it invaded Kuwait in 1990
Security guard Abner Louima, attacked by NYC police
Vladimir Putin became a permanent member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
The Racak incident: 45 Albanians in the Kosovo village of Racak are killed by Yugoslav security forces.
At the Putim maximum security prison in Brazil, 345 prisoners run from the main gate in the largest jailbreak in Brazilian history, marking the 10th escape for the three-year-old facility. In the ensuing manhunt, two fugitives are killed and five innocent bystanders are accidentally jailed.
In Istanbul, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ends a two-day summit by calling for a political settlement in Chechnya and adopting a Charter for European Security.
Israel complies with UN Security Council Resolution 425 after 22 years, which calls on Israel to completely withdraw from Lebanon. Israel withdraws from all of Lebanon, except the disputed Sheba Farms.
UN Security Council, facing an almost certain Russian veto, agrees to postpone indefinitely a vote on the US-led "smart sanctions" package for Iraq
Iraq resumes oil exports, ending a 5-week halt in protest of a US and British-sponsored UN Security Council resolution
Tom Ridge resigns as Governor of Pennsylvania to become President Bush's Homeland Security Advisor.
U.S. President George W. Bush announces the establishment of the Office of Homeland Security.
UN Security Council unanimously approves a resolution extending the Oil-for-Food program in Iraq for another six-month period
The UN Security Council unanimously establishes an arms embargo and the freezing of assets of Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaida, and the remaining members of the Taliban.
Iraq disarmament crisis: UN Security Council Resolution 1441 - The United Nations Security Council unanimously approves a resolution on Iraq, forcing Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences".
Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq agrees to the terms of the UN Security Council Resolution 1441.
The United States Department of Homeland Security officially begins operation.
Management of the United States Customs Service and the United States Secret Service move to the United States Department of Homeland Security.
U.S. National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice testifies before the 9/11 Commission.
The United Kingdom government publishes Delivering Security in a Changing World, a paper detailing wide-ranging reform of the country's armed forces.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge resigns.
The foreign ministers of the United Kingdom, France, and Germany declare that negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program have reached a dead end and recommend that Iran be referred to the United Nations Security Council.
243 people are injured in pro-democracy protest in Nepal after Nepali security forces open fire on protesters against King Gyanendra.
Emergency United Nations Security Council meeting at the U.N in New York City because of North Korean missile tests that day
North Korea launches its controversial Kwangmyŏngsŏng-2 rocket. The satellite passed over mainland Japan, which prompted an immediate reaction from the United Nations Security Council, as well as participating states of Six-party talks
Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is sentenced to 25 years in prison for ordering killings and kidnappings by security forces.
The Statue of Liberty's crown reopens to the public after 8 years, due to security reasons following the World Trade Center attacks.
27 members of Iraq's security force are killed by gunmen disguised as police in Haditha
Mastercard and Visa announce a massive breach in security with over ten million compromised credit card numbers
United Nations General Assembly reproaches The United Nations Security Council over its lack of action in Syria
The United Nations Security Council unanimously approves of an African-led force to oust Islamist militants in northern Mali
21 security personnel are killed by Pakistani Taliban near Peshawar
UN Security Council approves further North Korean sanctions for its nuclear testing
China and Russia walk out of a UN Security Council meeting after the US pushes for immediate action against Syria's use of chemical weapons
Saudi Arabia becomes the first country to turn down a seat on the UN Security Council in protest over Syria
22 security force personal are killed in attacks on military checkpoints in Anbar Province, Iraq
Russia and China veto the U.N. Security Council resolution to establish an International Criminal Court for war crimes in Syria
New Zealand, Malaysia, Angola, Spain and Venezuela are elected to the United Nations Security Council
Burkina Faso terror: Security forces raid besieged hotel, free 63 hostages
Burkina Faso terror: Security forces raid besieged hotel, free 63 hostages
UN Security Council approves North Korea sanctions
State department faults Clinton over email security
50 GOP Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nation's Security 'at Risk'
UN Security Council strongly condemns North Korean nuclear test
UN Security Council to meet on US-led air strikes in Syria
France calls for UN Security Council meeting on Aleppo
At Least 20 Reported Dead as Congolese Security Forces Fire on Protesters
UN Security Council condemns North Korea missile launching
Trump Chooses HR McMaster as National Security Adviser
British security official denies UK spy agency eavesdropped on Trump
Report: Jared Kushner's security clearance downgraded
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Alfonso Lopez, Colombia, statesman (Pres UN security council-1948)
Benegal Narsing Rau, India, pres of UN Security Council (1950)
Ewan Calague, economist/statistician (Social Security Board)
Charles Spry, Australian security chief
Wilbur J Cohen, 1st employee of Social Security System
McGeorge Bundy, Boston, national security adviser (JFK)
Brent Scowcroft, Ogden Utah, Lt Gen (USAF)/National Security Council
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Warsaw, national security advisor (Carter)
David S Ruder, 23rd chairman of Security & Exchange Commission
Frank Carlucci, National Security Adviser/Sec of Defense (1987-89)
Daniel Ellsberg, War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State
Isabella Rye, S+H+E: Security Hazards Expert
Seymour Hersh, War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State
Peter Lilley, MP/sect of state for British social security
Tom Ridge, first United States Secretary of Homeland Security (Rep-R-Pennsylvania)
Frank William Abagnale, Jr., con artist turned security consultant.
Victor M Gerena, NYC, security guard robbed $7 million (FBI wanted)
Stephen Copp, Britain's Sexiest Security Videos
Mark Norris, Private Security Officer: Los Angeles
Marcus J. Ranum, American computer/network security innovator
Sarah Long, Homeland Security
Kiersten Leigh Johnson, Security
Edmundo Castro, Stiff Security
Tae-woo Kim, J.S.A.: Joint Security Area
Herbert Ulrich, J.S.A.: Joint Security Area
Sang-yeon Park, J.S.A.: Joint Security Area
Scott Hilton, Homeland Security
Hee-Jin Woo, National Security
Matthew T. Johnston, Security He Said/She Said
Freddy Sanchez, Homeland Security
Erik Anderson, In Security
Robert Robinson, Homeland Security
Pablo Gómez-Castro, Department of Homeland (in)Security
Sabina Akhmedova, High Security Vacation
Jon Jones, Secret Service: Security Breach
Charles Prince, Headlock Security
Celicia Johnson, Security
Marieke Douridas, No I in Security
Figure skater five-time world champion Michelle Kwan (32) weds director of strategic planning on the National Security Clay Pell at the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island
Lavrenti P Beria, soviet minister of internal security, executed
Ewan Calague, economist/statistician (Social Security) dies at 90
Wilbur J Cohen, 1st employee of Social Security System, dies at 73
McGeorge Bundy, US national security advisor (1961-66), dies at 77
Brigadier Theuns Swanepoel, South African Security Police notorious for ordering the police to shoot at protesting school children in 1976, 70
Marieke Douridas, No I in Security
Moatassem Gaddafi, Son of Moammar Gaddafi and National Security Adviser of Libya (b. 1977)
Sandy Berger, National Security Adviser Under Bill Clinton, Dies
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, dies aged 89
Former US National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski dies aged 89
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