What Happened on 07 July 2014

Ukraine government forces capture two more towns

Ukrainian government forces have recaptured two cities from rebel fighters. Druzhkivka and Artemivsk are now under the control of… Read More.

Germany seeks answers from US over spying

Germany has sought an explanation from the US after a German national suspected of being a double agent for America… Read More.

Al-Jazeera journalists should never have been tried, says Sisi

Egypt’s president Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has said that he wished the three al-Jazeera journalists who were given long sentences had… Read More.

Nine Palestinian militants killed in Gaza air strikes

Nine suspected Palestinian militants were killed in air strikes carried out by Israel on Gaza after rockets were fired on… Read More.

63 women, girls escape from clutches of Boko Haram

Sixty-three women and girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria escaped from their clutches and returned to their… Read More.

22 killed in militant attacks in Kenya

At least 22 people were killed when gunmen belonging to an Islamist group attacked a trading center and police station… Read More.

Merkel visits China, trade high on agenda

Trade and business issues are expected to dominate Angela Merkel’s agenda during her three-day visit to China. There is a… Read More.

Real Madrid legend suffered heart attack

Alfredo Di Stefano, considered to be the greatest footballer to have played for the club Real Madrid, was said to… Read More.

Djokovic beats Federer in epic five-set final at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in an epic five-set final to win his second Wimbledon title.  Federer stage a spirited… Read More.

Human Brain Project faces threat of boycott

Over 100 scientists are threatening to boycott the €1.2 billion Human Brain Project unless major changes are made to it,… Read More.

Columbus Short on wrong side of law again

Columbus Short, the former ‘Scandal’ actor, was arrested for public intoxication at a beer garden and restaurant. This is not… Read More.