What Happened on 07 September 2015

Turkey to rebuild nine mosques in Gaza

The Turkish government will begin rebuilding nine mosques that were devastated during a summer 2014 operation by Read More.

North Korea demands pullout of US army from South Korea

North Korea on Monday demanded that US troops be pulled out from South Korea, saying US military presence in South… Read More.

Refugees flee from police in Denmark

A large group of refugees reportedly trying to get to Sweden from Germany fled from police when their train stopped… Read More.

Thailand works to free fishermen

A Thai delegation is interacting with the Indonesian government to free Thai fishermen detained for illegally entering the country's waters,… Read More.

China launches training for UN military observers

China's defence ministry on Monday started an international training course for UN military observers. More than 40… Read More.

Lufthansa strike to hit long-distance flights

German pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) on Monday said its members would walk out from all long-distance flights operated by… Read More.

Toshiba logs $317.7 million net loss in FY 2014

Japan's Toshiba Corporation logged 37.83 billion yen (about $317.7 million) group net loss for the past fiscal year through March… Read More.

Djokovic advances, Serena to face Venus in US Open quarters

World No.1 Novak Djokovic reached his ninth consecutive US Open quarter-finals, while women's top seed Serena Williams defeated 19th seeded… Read More.

Iceland qualify for Euro 2016 by drawing with Kazakhstan

The Iceland football team secured its qualification to the Euro 2016 Championship by holding Kazakhstan to a 0-0 draw in… Read More.