What Happened on 07 October 2014
John O’Keefe, an Anglo-American researcher, and scientists May-Britt and Edvard Moser, a couple from Norway, have won the 2014 Nobel… Read More.
Lightning killed 11 members of a Colombian tribe, who were participating in a religious ceremony in a far-flung mountainous region. Read More.
A nurse in Spain has become the first person to contract the Ebola virus outside west Africa after she tested… Read More.
Hong Kong officials say that the government will hold talks with representatives of pro-democracy activists on political reform this week.… Read More.
At least 29 people were killed and dozens injured when an overloaded bus fell into a 200-meter deep gorge in… Read More.
The US Supreme Court has declined to hear appeals from five states on Monday, October 6, that sought to uphold… Read More.
North and South Korean warships exchanged fire after a ship from North Korea allegedly violated the disputed maritime boundary, reports… Read More.
The Waldorf Astoria, a New York landmark, has been sold to a Chinese insurance firm for $1.95 billion. The luxury… Read More.
Samsung’s July-September profit will be the lowest in over three years, the South Korean smartphone maker said, as it heads… Read More.
Legendary American swimmer Michael Phelps, the world’s most successful Olympian, has been suspended for six months by USA Swimming. The… Read More.
The condition of Jules Bianchi, the 25-year-old Marussia driver who met with an accident at the Japanese Grand Prix, has… Read More.