What Happened on 01 October 2014

Train collision in India kills 12, injures 45

At least 12 people died and more than 45 were injured when two passenger trains collided in north India’s Uttar… Read More.

Obama, Modi seek 'new agenda' for US-India ties

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the US President Barack Obama have said the “true potential” of their countries’ relationship… Read More.

Seven Afghan soldiers killed in suicide bomb attack

A suicide bomber in Kabul targeted a bus carrying Afghan soldiers, killing more than seven troops and injuring many more,… Read More.

40,000 migrants have died since 2000, says report

At least 40,000 migrants and refugees trying to find a better life have died since 2000 across the… Read More.

Patient being treated for Ebola in Texas hospital

The first case of Ebola in the US treated outside Africa has been reported. The unidentified patient is undergoing… Read More.

US secret service head agrees, intruder breach 'unacceptable'

Julia Pierson, director of the US secret service, has said the security breach at the White House, where an intruder… Read More.

Cameron's remarks on Iran 'wrong and unacceptable,' says Hassan Rouhani

Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s president, has slammed Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron for his “wrong and unacceptable” remarks at the UN… Read More.

Hong Kong protests swell on China's National Day

Huge crowds gathered in Hong Kong during China’s National Day to rally in favor of pro-democracy protesters, according to media… Read More.

eBay to spin off PayPal as separate firm

EBay will spin off PayPal, its online payment service, as a separate firm. The move will be implemented in… Read More.

Champions League: PSG defeat Barcelona 3-2

Barcelona went down 3-2 to Paris St-Germain (PSG) in a thrilling Champions League encounter that pushed PSG to top of… Read More.

Olympic legend Michael Phelps 'deeply sorry' after arrest on DUI charge

Swimmer and Olympic legend Michael Phelps was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday, September 30, on a DUI charge… Read More.

Nadal back to winning ways after injury

Rafael Nadal made a winning return after a three-month absence due to injury, defeating France’s Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-0 in… Read More.