What Happened on 09 October 2015

EU justice ministers agree on data protection directive

The European Union (EU) justice ministers on Friday sealed an overall agreement on the EU's draft data protection directive for… Read More.

Nepal to elect new prime minister on Sunday

With consensus again eluding the Nepali Constituent Assembly, the unicameral legislature of the Himalayan nation will elect a new prime… Read More.

Tunisian coalition wins Nobel Peace Prize

The Tunisian national dialogue quartet, a coalition of civil society organizations, has won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian… Read More.

Australia PM defends private email server use

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday defended his use of a private email server for government business. Well known… Read More.

Russia is testing modern weapons in Syria: NATO

NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg warned that Russia is testing "some of their most modern weapons" in… Read More.

Barcelona back Messi over fraud case

Spanish champions FC Barcelona and its star striker Lionel Messi's management company criticized the decision taken by a Spanish court… Read More.

Cheating software 'not corporate decision': Volkswagen

The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America apologized for the software that was installed in its diesel vehicles to deceive… Read More.

Nigeria captain announces retirement from international football

Nigeria's football team skipper Vincent Enyeama has said that he has quit international football after 13 years of national service.… Read More.

Pakistan to check Snowden's claims on British spying

Islamabad has said it will check claims that Britain acquired vast amounts of communications data from inside Read More.