What Happened on 03 July 2014

UK steps up airport security after bombing fears

Security at airports across Britain will be stepped up after American authorities raised concerns about Syrian and Yemenis terrorists making… Read More.

Palestinian teen's murder leads to accusations of 'revenge killing'

Palestinians accused Jewish extremists of carrying out a revenge killing after the body of a Palestinian teenager was discovered in… Read More.

I've done no wrong, says Nicolas Sarkozy

Defending himself against allegations of corruption, the former French president Nicolas Sarkozy hit out at both the ruling Socialist government… Read More.

Japan plans to ease sanctions on North Korea, says Abe

Japan plans to lift certain sanctions on North Korea, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said following talks between diplomats of… Read More.

Taliban suicide bombing kills 16 in Kabul

At least 16 people were killed and 25 injured on Wednesday, July 2, when a Taliban suicide bomber targeted a… Read More.

NSA snooping row: India summons American diplomat

India summoned a senior American diplomat to lodge a complaint about spying after allegations surfaced that the US National Security… Read More.

New steps towards tentative peace in Ukraine

Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and France claimed that they have agreed on a “package of measures” to help end the fighting… Read More.

Dead man was a secret millionaire

George Konnight who was recently found dead outside a rural house, led an ordinary life and lived alone after his… Read More.

Kangaroos use their tails in a surprising way

The largest of the kangaroo species called Red kangaroos reportedly use their tails like a fifth leg. National Geographic reports… Read More.

New Ford CEO has base salary of $1.75 million

Mark Fields, the new CEO of Ford, will get a 14% hike in salary from what he was earning as… Read More.

Target asks customers to leave guns at home

Target has reportedly asked customers to leave their firearms at home. Media reports idicate that the store has respectfully banned… Read More.

Barcelona set to buy Luis Suárez in £70m bid?

Uruguayan star, Luis Suárez is a step closer to moving to Barcelona after a meeting with Liverpool, which was described… Read More.

Maria Sharapova loses at Wimbledon

Champion Maria Sharapova lost to Angelique Kerber of Germany at Wimbledon in the fourth round yesterday, according to media reports.… Read More.

Sandberg apologizes over Facebook's psychological experiments

Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has apologized for the secret psychological tests that were conducted by the firm in… Read More.

Social network with only emojis to come soon

Emojis are all around us and a company reportedly wants to utilize this fact by coming up with an emoji-only… Read More.

I considered quitting acting: Katherine Heigl

American actress Katherine Heigl has said that she had considered quitting acting. The former star of Grey's Anatomy told Marie… Read More.

Oscar auction leads to lawsuit

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is taking legal recourse over the selling of art director Joseph Wright’s… Read More.

Dozens stranded on SeaWorld ride

Dozens of people were reportedly stuck over 200 feet on a ride at SeaWorld San Diego and media notes that… Read More.