What Happened on 14 September 2012

Guatemala Fuego volcano eruption forces evacuation

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated in Guatemala on Thursday after the Fuego volcano began to spew ash and… Read More.

WHO issues warning as Ebola virus kills 31 in DRC

An outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has left 31 people dead and could spread… Read More.

Anti-Islam film protests spread across Middle East

Protests against an American-produced film mocking Islam spread across the Middle East and North Africa on Thursday. In Yemen, demonstrators… Read More.

Nissan recalls vehicles over loose steering wheel

Nissan has recalled 51,000 vehicles after a steering wheel came loose from a new SUV while driving. Nissan announced on… Read More.

Russian healthcare firm MDMG plans London IPO

Russia's MD Medical Group (MDMG) is planning an initial public offering of its shares in London. The private healthcare provider… Read More.

G20 economic growth weakens in 2012

The Group of 20 of major economies has reported slower growth in the three months ending in June. National output,… Read More.

Spain's Amat retires from international soccer

Spanish forward Pol Amat, who made more than 300 appearances for his country, has announced his retirement from international soccer… Read More.

Mike Tyson reveals musical theater dreams

Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson has revealed he would like to dance and act in musicals. Speaking on the… Read More.

Nintendo Wii U to be released in November

Nintendo announced on Thursday it would launch its Wii U games console on November 18 in the U.S., November 30… Read More.

Leader of hacker group Anonymous arrested in Texas

A self-proclaimed leader of the computer hacking group Anonymous was arrested by police authorities in Dallas on Thursday. "He was… Read More.

Marvel comics kills off X-Men founder Professor X

Professor X, the Marvel comic book character who created and led the superhero mutant team known as the X-Men, has… Read More.

Bob Dylan dismisses plagiarism claims

Bob Dylan has rejected claims he plagiarized artists during his career and failed to properly credit his sources. "Wussies and… Read More.