What Happened on 10 September 2014

Cameron, Clegg, Miliband in joint effort to bolster 'no' vote

Burying their political differences, even if temporarily, Britain’s top political leaders from the three main parties are travelling to Scotland… Read More.

Canadian divers find doomed British ship from 1845 expedition

Canadian divers have found the remains of a British navy ship that had mysteriously disappeared in the mid-19th century in… Read More.

Several injured after blast at chemical plant in Germany

Several people were injured in an explosion at a chemical plant in north-western Germany that caused a massive blaze. The… Read More.

'High-energy objects' destroyed flight MH17, says Dutch report

A large number of “high-energy objects” caused the instant destruction of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 when it was flying over… Read More.

Elephant kills James Laurita, co-founder of Hope Elephants

An elephant killed James Laurita, the co-founder of Hope Elephants, a home for the animals who had retired, in Maine,… Read More.

South Asia floods: 350 dead, thousands waiting to be rescued

More than 350 people are believed to have died in the unprecedented floods ravaging north India and Pakistan as massive… Read More.

Britain's trade deficit widened in July

Britain saw a greater increase in imports than exports, widening the trade deficit, in July, official data has revealed. From… Read More.

Ray Rice video release a nightmare, says wife

Janay Rice has described the public release of a video showing her husband — National Football League player Ray Rice… Read More.

Schumacher discharged from hospital, to continue recovery at home

Michael Schumacher was discharged from a hospital in Switzerland and would return home to continue his recovery, a spokesperson for… Read More.

Gareth Bale scores twice as Wales edge past Andorra

An 81st minute free-kick from Gareth Bale saved Wales the blushes as the Real Madrid star scored twice to take… Read More.

In day of big launch, Apple unveils smartwatch, new iPhones

Apple has launched its first smartwatch and two new models of iPhones at a ceremony in Cupertino, California. This is… Read More.

Two US writers, three Britons in Booker shortlist

British writer Howard Jacobson, who won the Man Booker Prize in 2010, is again on the shortlist of the prestigious… Read More.