What Happened on 14 October 2014

Three more held in ongoing terror investigation in UK

Three more people have been arrested in London as part of an ongoing terror probe in Britain, reports said. The… Read More.

Death toll in Cyclone Hudhud rises to 24

The death toll due to Cyclone Hudhud has risen to 24 in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa,… Read More.

Turkey bombs Kurdish PKK rebel targets near Iraqi border

Turkey’s jets have carried out air raids on PKK Kurdish rebel positions in Hakkari province close to the Iraqi border,… Read More.

UN employee dies of Ebola in German clinic

A 56-year-old UN medical official who contracted Ebola in Liberia has died at a hospital in Germany. The Sudanese man… Read More.

Photographs of Kim Jong Un appear in North Korean media

Photographs of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have been published in the country’s state media in an attempt to… Read More.

Hong Kong protests: Police dismantle barricades, clear road for traffic

Police in Hong Kong have removed barricades put up by pro-democracy protesters along the main protest site in the city.… Read More.

12 sentenced to death for attacks in Xinjiang

China has sentenced 12 people to death for the deadly attacks in Xinjiang province in July this year that led… Read More.

Taliban fighters target Afghan security forces

Taliban militants killed 14 members and wounded 17 others of the Afghan forces in the country’s north, reports say. Over… Read More.

'Word's richest 1% own nearly half of global wealth,' says a study

The world’s richest 1% are getting richer, a report by Credit Suisse says. They now own over 48% of… Read More.

Google considers Amazon as its biggest search rival

Eric Schmidt, the chairman of technology giant Google, has said that when it comes to online search, his company’s biggest… Read More.

Get Lucky bags song of the year honor

Get Lucky, a hit by Daft Punk, was named as song of the year at the Broadcast Music Inc (BMI)… Read More.

'Walking Dead' watched by record cable audience

The fifth season debut of American drama 'The Walking Dead' was watched by a record 17.3 million people, according to… Read More.