October 29 in history: Delhi bombings, Red Cross founded and more

From John Glenn becoming the oldest man to travel to space to end on China's one-child policy — here's what happened on this day in history 

1863

 International Committee of the Red Cross is founded

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1901

Leon Czolgosz, US President McKinley's assassin is executed by electrocution

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1998

John Glenn becomes oldest person to fly in space at 77

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2005

Bombings in Delhi kill 60

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2015

China ends one-child policy after 35 years

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