What Happened on 14 July 2015

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17: Australia seeks UN backing for international tribunal

The Australian government has urged the UN security council to support the setting up of an international tribunal for prosecuting… Read More.

US: Obama grants clemency to 46 drug offenders

President Obama has commuted the sentences of 46 US drug offenders, saying that the inmates were… Read More.

World powers, Iran reach 'historic' nuclear deal

After years of negotiations, the six world powers and Iran have reached a deal with Iran that will limit its… Read More.

China: Police kill three 'terrorists' in raid in Shenyang

Police in China’s Shenyang city have shot and killed three men, calling the trio Xinjiang “terrorists.” The men were… Read More.

Mexico: Government announces $3.8-mn reward for capturing escaped drug lord

The Mexican government is offering a $3.8-million reward for the capture of Joaquin Guzman, the infamous drug lord who escaped… Read More.

Greece bailout: Tsipras rallies support amid anger over deal

Greece’s prime minister Alexis Tsipras faces a divided country with many voters and politicians opposed to the measures that Greece… Read More.

Saud's Shaheen II enters list of top 10 most powerful supercomputers

A supercomputer in Saudi Arabia has entered the list of the world’s ten most powerful computers.… Read More.

US: 'Minions' storms to box office glory on debut

‘Minions’, the Despicable Me spin-off, has stormed to the number one slot of the North American box office on its… Read More.

US rapper and businessman 50 Cent files for bankruptcy

American Grammy-award winning rapper Curtis James Jackson III, better known as 50 Cent, has filed for bankruptcy, reports say. The… Read More.