May 12 in history: Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, China's earthquake, and more

From world's first programmable, fully automatic computer Z3 to four protesters in Jakarta — here's what happened on this day in history

1941

World's first programmable, fully automatic computer Z3 is presented

(Photograph:WION)

1982

A Spanish priest attempts to assassinate Pope John Paul II

(Photograph:WION)

1994

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict ends

(Photograph:WION)

1998

Violent clashes follow killing of four protesters in Jakarta

(Photograph:WION)

2008

Massive earthquake in China's Sichuan province kills about 69,000

(Photograph:WION)

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