What Happened on 05 November 2014
Chris Patten, the last British governor of Hong Kong, has said the UK was not putting sufficient pressure on China… Read More.
Catalonia’s government says it will go ahead with a symbolic independence vote, defying both Madrid and a court order, as… Read More.
The US Senate is now in control of the Republicans after mid-term elections that may diminish the clout of Barack… Read More.
Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine’s president, has ordered troops to important cities in the south and east to ward off any possible… Read More.
Australia will contract a private medical firm to fight Ebola in Sierra Leone, Tony Abbot said. The prime minister said… Read More.
Photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un showing him walking without a stick have been published in the state-controlled media… Read More.
Investigators say that the SpaceShipTwo pilot who was killed in the crash over California’s Mojave desert moved a device meant for… Read More.
In an instance of rising community based violence against minorities, a Christian couple, both brick-kiln workers, was beaten to death… Read More.
A 27th-minute goal by Frenchman Karim Benzema helped Real Madrid to a well-fought 1-0 victory over Liverpool in a Champions… Read More.
Government requests for social networking giant Facebook’s user data rose by a quarter in the first half of 2014 compared… Read More.
Venture capitalists have reportedly invested $30 million in an app used by Chinese gay men to hook up. Blued, which… Read More.