What Happened on 10 July 2015

Afghanistan: Top Isis leader killed in US drone strike, say reports

Shahidullah Shahid, a top leader of the Islamic State (Isis) militant group, has been killed in an American drone strike… Read More.

UK: Commuters use bus, boat services as strikes hit London Underground

Strikes by Tube and train staff have disrupted the London Underground network, with the entire network being forced to shut… Read More.

UN announces humanitarian ceasefire for 'urgent aid' to reach Yemeni civilians

The UN has announced a humanitarian truce in conflict-hit Yemen to allow aid to reach desperate civilian… Read More.

Saudi Prince Saud al-Faisal, world's longest-serving foreign minister, dies aged 75

Prince Saud al-Faisal, who served as the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia for over four decades… Read More.

Indonesia: Volcanic eruption prompts closure of five airports

A volcanic eruption in Indonesia has prompted authorities to shut five airports, including Denpasar airport in the popular tourist destination… Read More.

Iran nuclear talks to resume after another missed deadline

Talks in Vienna to secure a nuclear deal with Iran are resuming after another deadline got over.… Read More.

Defective airbag scare: Honda recalls 4.5 million more cars

Carmaker Honda has announced it is recalling another 4.5 million cars globally as concerns over the defective Takata airbags continue.… Read More.

Mastercard 'overcharges' consumers and retailers, say EU officials

EU officials say that Mastercard has been overcharging consumers through the fees it charges. The firm is being suspected of… Read More.

US slowdown: IMF cuts global growth forecast to 3.3%

The IMF has cut its global growth forecast for 2015 because of the US slowdown. The forecast has been revised… Read More.

Debt crisis: Greece submits economic reforms plan to eurozone

Greece has submitted its economic reforms plan to the eurozone in a bid to secure a bailout from lenders and… Read More.

Wimbledon: Serena Williams beats Maria Sharapova, reaches final

Serena Williams eased past Russia’s Maria Sharapova in straight sets to reach the finals at Wimbledon. The World number one,… Read More.

'Smallest ever': IBM makes chips with 7nm components

Technology giant IBM says it has overcome the technical challenges that could have delayed manufacturing silicon chips consisting of the… Read More.

Hack attack: Personal data of over 20 million people stolen, US officials say

Hackers who targeted US databases stole personal data of about 21.5 million people, according to the US Office of Personnel… Read More.