What Happened on 14 December 2014

Protests in US over killing of unarmed blacks

A protest march in Washington DC against the killing of unarmed black people saw the participation of thousands of people.… Read More.

Japan goes to polls as Abe seeks mandate on economic reforms

Japanese voters are casting their ballots in a snap poll, which is being seen as a referendum on the economic… Read More.

Yemeni troops kill 'al-Qaeda militants who were wearing veils'

Yemini government troops shot and killed suspected al-Qaeda militants who were disguised in veils, near the border with Saudi Arabia,… Read More.

20 killed in violence in Afghanistan

In an escalation of violence in Afghanistan, at least 20 people were killed in multiple attacks suspected to be carried… Read More.

'Korean Air executive made crew member kneel'

A cabin crew member of Korean Air has said that he was forced to kneel and beg for forgiveness by… Read More.

End of the road for injured Michael Clarke?

Australia’s captain Michael Clarke has admitted that his career may be over after suffering another hamstring injury in the first… Read More.