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In 1986, country singer Johnny Cash played Frank James in the film The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, directed by William A. Graham.
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1986 — In January 1986, following the rift between New Zealand and the USA in respect of the ANZUS security arrangements Prime Minister Tom Davis declared the Cook Islands a neutral country, because he considered that New Zealand ( which has control over the islands ' defence and foreign policy ) was no longer in a position to defend the islands.
In 1986, Spain joined the European Economic Community ( EEC, now European Union ), and the country hosted the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and Seville Expo ' 92.
His written works include The totalitarian nightmare ( 1975 ), The lunacy of the Superman ( 1977 ), Adventures in the country of the monoliths ( 1981 ) and Freedom: my dream ( 1986 ).
In 1986 president Ronald Reagan signed immigration reform that gave amnesty to 3 million illegal immigrants in the country.
* 1986 – The British government suddenly deregulates financial markets, leading to a total restructuring of the way in which they operate in the country, in an event now referred to as the Big Bang.
In the fall of 1986 Twain continued to express her desire to be a pop or rock singer rather than country, which led to her falling out with Mary Bailey for two years.
Air and water pollution affects the country, as well as deforestation, and radiation contamination in the northeast from 1986 accident at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, while tightening border controls, also provided the opportunity of naturalization for illegal aliens who had been in the country for at least four years.
Another tower in Oklahoma, built in 1986 and billed as the " largest water tower in the country ", is tall, can hold, and is located in Edmond.
From 1980 to 1986 he had nine songs in the US country top 40 yet failed to crack the top 100 in the UK or the Billboard Hot 100.
Karmal's policies failed to bring peace to the war-ravaged country, and in 1986 he was succeeded as PDPA General Secretary by Mohammad Najibullah.
Although agreeing in late 1985 to a cease-fire, the NRA continued fighting, and seized Kampala and the country in late January 1986, forcing Okello's forces to flee north into Sudan.
The country joined the European Union in 1986, beginning a path toward greater economic and political integration with its richer neighbors in Europe.
In 1986 Hadlee helped New Zealand to a 1-0 series win in England, their first over that country in England.
Following the severing of relations after the Six-Day War, Poland was the first Eastern bloc country to again recognize Israel in 1986.
Butragueño amassed La Liga totals of 341 games and 123 goals for his main club, in 12 seasons, and represented the Spanish national team in two World Cups ( being the second top scorer in the 1986 edition ) and as many European Championships, scoring 26 international goals for his country, a record that stood for several years.
Before the passing of the Homosexual Law Reform Act in 1986, the Salvation Army was active throughout the country gathering signatures for a petition seeking to prevent the bill's passing.
* Kellie Pickler ( born 1986 ), American Idol contestant and country music singer is from New London.
Caldwell High School's cross country team had one of the most dominant runs by any Ohio High School Athletic Association team, winning small-school state championships every year from 1985 to 1992 and the National Championship in 1986.
Gilbert High School has 3 state championships in baseball ( 1988, 2006, 2008 ), 3 in rugby ( 2007, 2009, 2010 ), 1 in boys cross country ( 2004 ), 2 in girls volleyball ( 1996, 1997 ), and 1 in girls track ( 1986 ).
On March 21, 1986 the United Nation Security Council recognized that " chemical weapons on many occasions have been used by Iraqi forces against Iranian forces "; this statement was opposed by the United States, the sole country to vote against it in the Security Council ( the UK abstained ).
The country hosted the Summer Olympic Games in 1968 and the FIFA World Cup in 1970 and 1986, and was the first country to host the FIFA World Cup twice.
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Amy Grant scored her first Billboard No. 1 song in 1986 with " The Next Time I Fall ", a duet with former Chicago singer / bassist Peter Cetera.
Montreal singer Nancy Martinez's 1986 single " For Tonight " would become the first Canadian freestyle single to reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, while the Montreal girl group 11: 30 reached the Canadian chart with " Ole Ole " in 2000.