What Happened on 03 September 2014

Somali militant leader possibly killed in US drone strike

Ahmed Abdi Godane, the leader of the Somali militant group al-Shabaab, may have been killed in a US strike, reports… Read More.

Cameron compares 'appeasement of Putin' to pre-World War 2 events

David Cameron has reportedly said that by appeasing Vladimir Putin, western countries could be running the risk of making mistakes… Read More.

Islamic State (ISIS) executes another US journalist

ISIS militants have released a video on Tuesday, September 2, purportedly showing the beheading of another American journalist, Steven Sotloff,… Read More.

World losing battle against Ebola, says expert

Joanne Liu, international president of Médecins sans Frontières, has said that though stark warnings about Ebola were being given for… Read More.

2 black men released after 30 years in prison, DNA evidence proves innocence

Two black American men, both mentally disabled, were released after spending 30 years in prison, after DNA evidence showed they… Read More.

Terror cells busted, 88 men arrested, says Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has said that 88 men who belonged to a terror network have been arrested and several terror cells… Read More.

'Not possible for independent Scotland to join EU without central bank'

Olli Rehn, the former European Union commissioner for monetary union, has said it would “simply not be possible” for Scotland… Read More.

A trillion dollars lost in corruption every year, says study

An estimated one trillion dollars a year and millions of lives were being lost on account of corruption, a report… Read More.

Mumbai hit by massive power cuts

India’s commercial hub Mumbai was hit by an unprecedented power cut on Tuesday, September 2, disrupting life in large parts… Read More.

Cricket: India thrash England by nine wickets, clinch series

India took a 3-0 lead and clinched the five-match one-day series against England by thrashing the hosts with nine wickets… Read More.

Hack took place, but no security breach, says Apple

Confirming that iCloud accounts of some celebrities had been hacked, Apple has however claimed that there was no evidence to… Read More.

Gamers rally against discrimination after reviewer threatened

It has been reported that over 2,000 people signed a letter that calls for ending discrimination in the gaming world.… Read More.