What Happened on 11 February 2015

300 migrants dead after boats sink in Mediterranean, says UN

Around 300 migrants are believed to have died after the boats they were in capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, the… Read More.

Two men arrested in Sydney for 'planning terror attack'

The Australian counter-terrorism police have arrested two men in Sydney who were allegedly planning a terror attack.… Read More.

Ukraine crisis: Surge in fighting ahead of peace talks

There has been a surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine ahead of peace talks that are likely to take place… Read More.

Participated in just 12 sex parties in three years: Ex-IMF chief

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former IMF chief, has told a French court that he participated in only 12 sex parties in… Read More.

Suicide attack in Nigeria, more than 60 dead

Feb 11, 2016 - Around 60 people were killed when two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a camp… Read More.

Nigeria to probe allegations of abuses in refugee camps

Nigeria has said that it will investigate reports of abuses at refugee camps including child trafficking and rapes. A panel… Read More.

Greece draws 10-point plan, pushes for revised bailout deal

Greece's new government has come up with a plan aimed at replacing 30% of its debt bailout deal. The left-wing… Read More.

Premier League sells TV rights for £5.14bn

Television rights for Premier League games have been sold for £5.14 billion, a 71% increase from last time. While Sky… Read More.

US firm Halliburton to slash 6,400 jobs amid tumbling oil prices

Halliburton is slashing up to 6,400 jobs, amounting to 8% of its total workforce around the world. The American oilfield… Read More.

Premier League: Arsenal beat Leicester City 2-1

Arsenal defeated Leicester City 2-1 on Tuesday to move into the top four of the Premier League. Laurent Koscielny converted… Read More.

Microsoft fixes flaw exploited by 'Chinese hackers'

Microsoft has patched up a flaw which “Chinese hackers” exploited to target US networks. The bug was… Read More.

Surge in government requests for user data: Twitter Report

There has been a significant increase in the number of government requests to Twitter for user information, the firm’s transparency… Read More.

Britain puts driverless car program in top gear

Britain has said that changes to the Mot test and the highway code would be essential in order to introduce… Read More.

Jon Stewart to step down as host of Comedy Central's Daily Show

Jon Stewart is stepping down as host of The Daily Show, one of Comedy Central’s top-billed programs, the Read More.