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What Happened on 02 March 2015

Los Angeles: US police kill homeless man

The US police have been caught on video shooting a homeless man multiple times in Los… Read More.

US Secretary of State, Russian Foreign Minister to meet in Geneva for talks on Ukraine

US secretary of state John Kerry will meet Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva for talks on the Ukraine… Read More.

Peru: Former minister charged with murder of journalist

Daniel Urresti, a former Peruvian minister, has been charged with the 1988 murder of a journalist. A prosecutor has sought… Read More.

Estonia's Reform Party wins election, set to form coalition government

The ruling Reform Party of Estonia has won the national elections amid rising concerns over Russia’s policy… Read More.

North Korea fires two missiles as US-South Korea military exercises begin

North Korea reportedly fired two missiles from Nampo city into the sea as the South Korea-US military exercises started. The… Read More.

Huge pay packages damaging reputation of UK companies: Survey

The reputation of UK firms is being damaged because of the size of the pay packages offered… Read More.

Cricket World Cup: Sri Lanka defeat England by nine wickets

England suffered their third humiliating defeat in four games as Sri Lanka beat them by nine wickets… Read More.

Argentina Open: Rafael Nadal wins title, equals clay court record

Rafael Nadal defeated Juan Monaco 6-4 6-1 in the final of the Argentina Open on Sunday at Buenos Aires to… Read More.

Six Nations Rugby: Ireland defeat England 19-9

A superior Ireland overwhelmed England 19-9 in a Six Nations rugby encounter on Sunday. Jonathan Sexton kicked four penalties and… Read More.

Mobile World Congress: LG, Huawei unveil new range of smartwatches

Huawei and LG have unveiled their smart watches range which come with circular designs and metal frames. Watch Urbane by… Read More.

Disappearance of MH370 prompts trial of more efficient plane tracking system

Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia will carry out a trial of a new system to track planes in the wake of… Read More.

Punk band PKN is Finland's choice for Eurovision Song Contest

A Finnish punk band comprising musicians who have learning disabilities will represent the country at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.… Read More.