What Happened on 03 November 2015

10 militants killed in Afghanistan clash

At least 10 Taliban militants were killed as clash flared up in Afghanistan's Helmand province on Tuesday,… Read More.

Sierra Leone to be declared ebola-free

Sierra Leone is expected to be declared ebola-free by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Saturday, when it will have… Read More.

Taliban splinter faction picks new leader

The splinter faction of the Afghanistan Taliban which has challenged Mullah Akhtar Mansoor's leadership as illegitimate has picked a new… Read More.

Oscar Pistorius murder charge sought by prosecutors

South African prosecutors on Tuesday started an appeal hearing on whether Paralympian Oscar Pistorius should be convicted of murder instead… Read More.

South Korea to probe more Volkswagen cars

South Korean authorities are set to examine more vehicles manufactured by German carmaker Volkswagen following an announcement that some of… Read More.

10 injured as plane makes emergency landing in Pakistan

At least 10 passengers were injured when the tyre of a plane burst during an emergency landing at Pakistan's Lahore… Read More.

UN urges Libya rival parties to reach agreement

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has called on Libyan rival parties to redouble efforts… Read More.

JP Morgan to pay $100 mn to settle case

JP Morgan Chase & Co., the largest bank in the US, will pay $100 million to settle a lawsuit over… Read More.

IOC delegation visits Beijing for 2022 Olympics preparation

An International Olympic Committee (IOC) delegation visited Beijing on Tuesday to conduct a two-day Orientation Seminar with… Read More.