February 13 in history: Delhi becomes India's capital, USSR captures Budapest, and more

Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome, Kim Jong-nam assassinated, and more — here's what happened on this day in history

1633

Galileo Galilei arrives in Rome to be tried for heresy

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1931

Delhi becomes the capital of undivided India

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1945

USSR captures Budapest, after 49-day battle with Nazi Germany

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1960

France conducts its first nuclear test in Algerian Sahara Desert

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2017

Kim Jong-un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam assassinated in Malaysia

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