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What Happened on 03 March 2015

Canadian pastor on visit to North Korea goes missing

A Canadian pastor who went on a visit to North Korea has not returned from there,… Read More.

Air pollution will claim thousands of lives in Europe: Environment Agency

Hundreds of thousands of people in Europe will die prematurely in the next 20 years as a… Read More.

Execution of Georgia's only woman on death row halted

Georgia has halted the execution of Kelly Renee Gissendaner, a woman on death row in the US… Read More.

Ukraine crisis: US Secretary of State accuses pro-Russia Rebels of adopting 'piecemeal' approach to ceasefire

US secretary of state John Kerry has alleged that the rebels in eastern Ukraine had a “piecemeal” approach to the… Read More.

Iran should halt nuclear activity for 10 years: Obama

US president Barack Obama has said that for a nuclear deal to be clinched, Iran should agree… Read More.

Barclays registers 21% fall in pre-tax profits in 2014

Barclays has posted a 21% fall in yearly profits to £2.26 billion for 2014. The steep fall in the banking… Read More.

Singapore world's most expensive city: Survey

Singapore remains the most expensive city in the world followed by Paris and Oslo, according to an… Read More.

Forbes World's Billionaires List: Bill Gates named richest person again

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been once again named the world’s richest person, ahead of Mexico’s… Read More.

England Footballer Adam Johnson arrested for allegedly having sex with 15-year-old girl

Adam Johnson, a footballer who plays for Sunderland and England, has been arrested for allegedly having sex… Read More.

Golf: Harrington defeats Berger to clinch Honda Classic

Irishman Padraig Harrington defeated 21-year-old Daniel Berger from the US in a play-off to clinch the rain-hit Honda Classic. The… Read More.

Tinder Dating App: Older users have to pay more for premium services

In a move that has generated a lot of chatter on the social media, online dating service Tinder has announced… Read More.