What Happened on 15 July 2013

Nelson Mandela could be going home

A former president of South Africa said that Nelson Mandela could be sent home for recovery. It was  reported that… Read More.

Protests in California

Protestors who were angered by the acquittal of George Zimmerman held peaceful protests in… Read More.

200 civilians trapped inside a Syrian mosque

200 people are trapped in a mosque located in the suburbs of the Syrian capital. Syrian activists reported that mortar… Read More.

Taseko Mines praises Ottawa ahead of environmental hearings.

The company has been looking to get the environmental assessment process to change because of the previous rejection of the… Read More.

Robots revolutionizing fruit and veggie production

Engineers have proven that a machine can "thin" a field of lettuce in the same amount of time that 20… Read More.

Cyber security is a significant problem

Canadian corporations could be exposed to hacking because of gaps in cyber security. A July 2012 memo obtained under the… Read More.

Tim Lincecum pitches in the ninth inning of his no hitter

Tim Lincecum who had already bagged two Cy Young Awards as well as two World Series rings now has a… Read More.

Canada at CONCACAF Gold Cup

Its essential for Canada to win against Panama if it plans to advance to the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Gold… Read More.

Volcano in Ecuador spews ash more than 5 kilometers into the air

At least 200 people have been evacuated after a volcano spewed ash more than 5 kilometers into the air in… Read More.

A separate channel for dogs

A special channel for dogs that would meet the specific needs of those that have been left alone at home… Read More.

Glee star found dead in a hotel room

The 31-year-old star, Cory Monteith who starred in the hit series Glee was found dead in a hotel room in… Read More.

JK Rowling's new crime novel

The author of the famous Harry Potter series managed to write a new novel under the pen name "Robert Galbraith".… Read More.