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What Happened on 04 November 2014

Two nuclear commanders in US air force fired

Two more nuclear commanders of the US air force have been fired and another disciplined amid a growing leadership crisis,… Read More.

Israel reopens two Gaza border crossings

Israel has announced the reopening of two Gaza border crossings that it had shut in the weekend in response to… Read More.

Migrant boat sinks near Istanbul, 24 dead

At least 24 migrants died when a boat carrying them capsized near Istanbul on Monday, November 3, media reports said.… Read More.

'Death with dignity' advocate Brittany Maynard dies

Brittany Maynard, the young US woman with brain cancer, who became a ‘death with dignity’ advocate, has died in Oregon… Read More.

15 Shias killed in suicide bomb attack in Nigeria

Fifteen Shias were killed in a suicide bomb attack targeting a religious ceremony of the community in Potiskum town in… Read More.

Clashes in Benghazi intensify as army seeks to retake areas

Fierce clashes have been reported from Benghazi as the army tries to re-capture areas from pro-Islamist militias in Libya, media… Read More.

Delhi heads for fresh polls

Delhi is heading for fresh assembly polls after all the key political parties expressed their inability to form a government,… Read More.

£1.7bn EU bill: UK faces punitive interest charges from December 1

If British Prime Minister David Cameron does not pay the £1.7 billion European budget surcharge by the end of November,… Read More.

Australian trade deficit doubles

The trade deficit of Australia has doubled to $1.96 billion in September, figures show, according to media reports. While exports… Read More.

Fletcher scores twice as Sunderland beat Crystal Palace

Steven Fletcher scored two goals as Sunderland defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 at a Premier League match at Selhurst Park, according… Read More.

Tor users now have Facebook advantage

Users can now access Facebook through Tor, the so-called ‘dark web,’ using encrypted data — which means users of Tor… Read More.

Retail sales of Windows 7 and 8 end

Retail sales of Windows 7 and 8 have officially been stopped by Microsoft, media reports say. More people are expected… Read More.