November 27th

Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced daughter Chelsea's engagement to longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky.
Hillary Clinton
Iraq's parliament approved a pact requiring all U.S. troops to be out of the country by Jan. 1, 2012.
U.S.–Iraq Status of Forces Agreement
World’s first successful partial face transplant. Drs Bernard Devauchelle, Benoit Lengelé, and Jean-Michel Dubernard used donor tissue to reconstruct the face of Isabelle Dinoire in Amiens, France. Isabelle Dinoire’s face had been mauled by a dog.
Face transplant
President Bush secretly flew to Iraq to spend Thanksgiving with the troops.
History of Iraq (2003–11)
U.N. specialists began a new round of weapons inspections in Iraq.
Iraq and weapons of mass destruction
Hubble detects the first planetary atmosphere outside the Solar System. The space telescope detected sodium on HD 209458 b, an exoplanet also known as Osiris. Belonging to a class of planets called hot Jupiter, because they are similar in size to Jupiter. Unlike Jupiter, however, these planets orbit very close to their stars and consequently have very high temperatures on their surfaces.
HD 209458 b
World’s first living liver transplant. 21-month old Alyssa Smith became the first person to receive a liver transplant from a living donor, her mother Teresa Smith at the University of Chicago Medical Center. The transplant occurred under the supervision of surgeons Christoph Broelsch, Richard Thistlethwaite, Thomas Heffron, and Jean Emond.
Liver transplantation
The British House of Commons approved the Anglo-Irish accord, giving Dublin a consultative role in the governing of British-ruled Northern Ireland.
Anglo-Irish Agreement
Harvey Milk and George Moscone are assassinated. Milk was the first openly-gay person to be elected in local government in California. He and George Moscone, San Francisco's mayor at the time, were killed by a former member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Moscone–Milk assassinations
The Senate voted 92-3 to confirm Gerald R. Ford as vice president, succeeding Spiro T. Agnew, who had resigned.
Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Pope Paul VI, visiting the Philippines, was slightly wounded at the Manila airport by a dagger-wielding Bolivian painter disguised as a priest.
1970 in the Philippines
1st French satellite launched; France becomes 3rd nation in space.
Astérix (satellite)
Playwright Eugene O'Neill died in Boston at age 65.
Eugene O'Neill
Conference of Tehran (Churchill-Roosevelt-Stalin).
Tehran Conference
The French navy at Toulon scuttled its ships and submarines to keep them out of the hands of the Nazis.
Siege of Malta (World War II)
New York's Pennsylvania Station opened.
Pennsylvania Station (1910–1963)
The Army War College was established in Washington, D.C.
United States Army War College
Alfred Nobel signs his last will. Alfred Nobel signed his last will which called for his estate and fortune that he made as the inventor of dynamite to be used for creating awards for those who contributed to the benefit of mankind. The will created 5 awards - in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature and peace, and was signed in the Swedish–Norwegian Club in Paris.
Nobel Prize
Lord Byron's daughter Ada died. She had assisted Charles Babbage with his "analytical engine" and is credited with inventing computer language.
Ada Lovelace
Thirty-five Amistad survivors return to Africa.
La Amistad
English King Edward I calls what later became known as "The Model Parliament" extending the authorities of its representatives.
House of Lords
Pope Urban II preaches 1st Crusade.
Pope Urban II