July 8 in history: First-ever photo of Jupiter's moon, Kim Jong-il becomes leader of North Korea and more

Updated: Jul 08, 2020, 08:13 AM(IST)

From the first-ever photo of Jupiter's moon to North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-il, we've got it all covered!

Let's dive in today's history.

1889

Wall Street Journal published for the first time.

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1979

Voyager 2 takes first-ever photo of Jupiter's moon, Adrastea.

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1994

Kim Jong-il takes office as the Supreme Leader of North Korea.

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2007

Passenger trains resume between India and Bangladesh after 42 years.

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2009

United States and South Korea government websites face cyber attacks.
 

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