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What Happened on 11 September 2015

109-year-old Saudi woman registers to vote

A 109-year-old woman has become the oldest citizen to register as a voter in Saudi Arabia's third municipal elections, the… Read More.

Hungarian camera operator apologizes for kicking refugees

A Hungarian camera operator who was filmed kicking two refugee children and tripping up a man at the border of… Read More.

Japan floods: Rescue work continues, three dead

Sep 11, 2015 - Rescue work in Japan is continuing following the severe flooding and landslides in the country. According… Read More.

Venezuela opposition leader jailed

Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has been sentenced to more than 13 years in prison, the media reported on Friday.… Read More.

Seoul to push for labour reform bill

South Korea on Friday pledged to push for an independent bill on labour reform after representatives failed to find a… Read More.

China to invest $22 bln on three new railways

China's economic regulator has approved the construction of three new railroads in the central and southwestern regions for 142.77 billion… Read More.

Kenya bids to host African women's volleyball Olympic qualifiers

Kenya has bid to host the African women's volleyball Olympic qualifier tournament here in February, 2016. Kenya… Read More.

FIFA appoint Uganda FA president to integrity committee

World football governing body FIFA has appointed Uganda's Moses Magogo on the committee for security and integrity. Ahmed Hussein, spokesman… Read More.

Oz scientists hailed for 1st 3D-printed rib creation

Australian scientists have been praised for their role in creating the world's first 3D-printed rib, which was successfully used in… Read More.