Ten years ago: Jesse Jackson, rejoicing from an upset victory in Michigan’s primary-style caucuses the day before, vowed that his Democratic presidential campaign would continue to “win and grow.”

Five years ago: A top U.N. relief official accused Bosnian Serbs of breaking their promises by blocking an aid convoy for trapped Muslims in eastern Bosnia, a day after a cease-fire agreement.

One year ago: Dexter King, son of Martin Luther King Jr., met with James Earl Ray, the man in prison for the assassination of the civil rights leader. Ray denied having anything to do with the shooting, to which King replied, “I believe you.” Russian workers staged a nationwide strike to demand overdue wages.


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