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What Happened on 03 April 2015

Israeli court rejects controversial West Bank barrier

An Israeli court has rejected a plan that would route a controversial barrier at the West Bank through a scenic… Read More.

Belgian politician facing rape trial found dead

The body of a Belgian politician has been found in a canal shortly after he was informed that he would… Read More.

Gap between Christian and Muslim population to decrease by 2050: Study

A new study showed that Muslim population will increase to 2.76 billion by 2050, significantly decreasing the gap with Christian… Read More.

China: Former security chief charged with bribery, power abuse

Zhou Yongkang, a former security chief of China and once one of the most powerful men in the establishment, has… Read More.

Nuclear talks: 'Historic understanding' with Iran reached

Six world powers and Iran have reached an outline agreement on the contentious Iranian nuclear program after talks in Switzerland. … Read More.

Chrysler crash: US jury awards $150 million to family for boy's death

A jury in the US has awarded $150 million to the kin of a boy who died following a crash… Read More.

Toyota plans major investment in new factories in China, Mexico: Reports

Media reports claim that car maker Toyota is about to launch a major investment in car factories, building new facilities… Read More.

US holiday home rental site Airbnb adds Cuba to destination list

In a further sign of normalizing relations between the US and Cuba, Airbnb, an American holiday rental site, has included… Read More.

Africa Cup of Nations: Morocco win appeal over tournament bans

The court of arbitration for sport has decided in favor of Morocco after the country appealed against its ban from… Read More.

Miami Open: Suarez Navarro beats Andrea Petkovic, reaches final

Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain has entered the final of the Miami Open following a 6-3 6-3 win over… Read More.

Google tool: Android apps can now run on Windows, Macs

Arc Welder, a new Google tool introduced by the company, allows Android apps to run on machines that support the… Read More.

Manoel de Oliveira, world's oldest filmmaker, dies aged 106

Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira, arguably the world’s oldest filmmaker, has died at the age of 106. In a career… Read More.