What Happened on 10 December 2014
A damning US Senate report has said that the CIA’s interrogations of suspected terrorists was “brutal” in the years following… Read More.
Western nations have reportedly agreed to accept more Syrian refugees through the next few months. According to the UN refugee… Read More.
The parliament of New Zealand has backed new anti-terror laws that are aimed at tackling the homeland threat overseas extremist… Read More.
Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe has sacked his deputy, Joice Mujuru, after he accused her of plotting to kill him and… Read More.
A court in Germany’s Cologne city has said there was not enough evidence to try a man, now aged 89,… Read More.
Tesco has said its profits will be much lower than earlier expectations, in its fifth such warning in a year.… Read More.
Once it symbolized America’s industrial strength, but in July last year Detroit declared itself bankrupt with a crushing debt burden… Read More.
Leaders in the US Congress have agreed on a $1.1 trillion spending bill, with a deadline looming on Thursday evening. Read More.
Yum Brands, which owns the KFC and Pizza Hut restaurant chains, has again cut down its year’s profit forecast after… Read More.
Setting a new Spanish record of 19 straight wins, Real Madrid defeated Ludogorets 4-0 and advanced to the last 16… Read More.
A famous drawing of Winnie the Pooh has fetched £314,500, thrice its estimate, at Sotheby’s. The ink drawing by EH… Read More.
A short horror film about a dog donning a tarantula costume was this year’s biggest trending YouTube video, Google, which… Read More.