What Happened on 08 March 2013
Kenya’s electoral commission revealed on Thursday that a computer glitch was to blame for the number of rejected votes in… Read More.
Egypt's electoral commission has canceled dates for parliamentary elections due to be held next month, according to state TV reports… Read More.
The United Nations Security Council on Thursday unanimously approved new sanctions against North Korea following Pyongyang's nuclear test last month.… Read More.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly dropped last week. The data, released on Thursday, suggests… Read More.
Greece's jobless rate fell to 26.4 percent in December from a revised 26.6 percent compared to the previous month, the… Read More.
The communications director of ailing Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) has died in an apparent suicide. David… Read More.
Hilton Botha, the former lead detective in the Oscar Pistorius investigation, resigned on Thursday. According to police officials, his resignation… Read More.
Soccer’s governing body FIFA has written to the Nigerian Football Association following reports that lesbians have been banned from playing… Read More.
Social networking giant Facebook relaunched its news feed on Thursday featuring larger images and image-based adverts along with new ways… Read More.
South Korean phone-manufacturer Samsung lost another patent battle against rival Apple in the UK High Court on Thursday. Samsung had… Read More.
A Bolshoi Ballet dancer accused over an attack on artistic director Sergei Filin told a Moscow court on Thursday he… Read More.