What Happened on 01 August 2014
It has been reported that Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire after more than three weeks… Read More.
The streets of Taiwan’s second largest city were ripped open by multiple gas explosions that killed at least 24 people.… Read More.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director John Brennan has admitted that agency employees spied on staff members of the US Senate… Read More.
Mariam Yehya Ibrahim, a Sudanese Christian woman, who had faced the death penalty in her native country for apostasy, arrived… Read More.
Rescuers searched for an estimated 120 people still believed to be buried under mud and rocks after a landslide submerged… Read More.
After defaulting on its debt, Argentina's government has blamed a conspiracy of international financial agents for the situation. Economy Minister,… Read More.
England won the third Test against India at Southampton by 266 runs, leveling the five-match cricket series. Needing an improbable… Read More.
In one of the much-anticipated races of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, 20-year-old Nijel Amos from Botswana beat his hero,… Read More.
Around 75,000 patients with cancer and other diseases will have their DNA sequenced as part of a four-year project in… Read More.
Paddy Power, an Irish bookmaker, has said that its website was hacked in 2010 and around 649,000 customers’ personal details… Read More.