In Hong Kong 1960: France Nuyen, the 20-year-old Eurasian beauty who co-starred with William Holden in The World Of Suzie Wong, collapsed on the film's set. She was later admitted to hospital, suffering from a throat virus and nervous exhaustion. Nuyen's role was taken by Nancy Kwan. 1962: Advertisement: For rent: Shop 22 Chungking Arcade, ground floor. Rental $2,000 per month. Area 327 square feet, three-year term. 1966: Jo Collins, Playboy magazine's reigning Playmate of the Year, arrived in Hong Kong after she entertained American troops in Vietnam. The 21-year-old said she had fallen short of her goal of kissing 5,000 soldiers during her five-day visit. 1970: The Royal Hong Kong Police signed a contract worth $2 million with Britain's Ministry of Defence for the purchase of 15 armoured cars. Around the world 1559: Elizabeth Tudor, the daughter of English king Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, was crowned at London's Westminster Abbey as Elizabeth I. 1649: The French court left Paris at the outbreak of the Fronde Rebellion. 1877: Austria agreed to remain neutral in the event of a Russo-Turkish war. 1919: German Communist leader Rosa Luxemburg and her colleague Karl Liebknecht were arrested and shot by soldiers after the failure of their uprising in Berlin. 1932: France completed the pacification of French Morocco. 1943: Japanese forces were driven from Guadalcanal Island in the Pacific in World War II. 1966: The death count surpassed 400 as flood refugees returned to their hillside homes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 1971: Egypt's Aswan Dam was opened. 1972: Thousands of Danes acclaimed the accession of Queen Margrethe II in the parliament square in Copenhagen. 1973: Golda Meir became the first Israeli prime minister to be received by the pope. 1973: United States president Richard Nixon halted attacks on North Vietnam after progress in Paris peace talks. 1989: Riot police in Prague, Czechoslovakia used water cannons and dogs to disperse at least 2,000 people who defied a ban on independent rallies. 1993: The US ordered a naval blockade of Haiti to deter an exodus of refugees, saying it was necessary to prevent a 'massive loss of life at sea'. 1997: Demonstrators jeered riot police in Belgrade in the ninth week of protests against Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic. 1999: Up to 45 ethnic Albanians, including children and old men, were killed and mutilated near the Kosovo village of Racak, Yugoslavia, apparently by Serb forces. 2000: Zeljko Raznatovic, the notorious Serb paramilitary leader, better known as Arkan, was shot and killed in a Belgrade hotel. He had been indicted for war crimes in Bosnia in September 1997. His forces were also accused of atrocities during the Croatian War.