What Happened on 15 October 2014
The World Health Organization (WHO), according to media reports, has warned that the outbreak of Ebola could rise to 10,000… Read More.
Elections are being held in Maharashtra and Haryana in what is being seen as an important test for Indian Prime… Read More.
DNA testing has shown that 28 bodies found in a grave in Mexico’s Iguala town are not those of students,… Read More.
North and South Korea are holding high-level military talks after almost seven years, media reports have claimed. However, there has… Read More.
In a late-night crackdown, the Hong Kong police forcibly removed pro-democracy protesters from a tunnel and tore down barricades, according… Read More.
A new study by the WHO has warned that energy drinks could pose a significant problem to public health if… Read More.
Stem cell therapy has been able to improve the sight of patients suffering from an eye disease, without any prominent… Read More.
Inflation in China reached a five-year-low in the month of September, media reports say. Compared to a year ago, the… Read More.
With its export growth slowing, Germany has cut its growth forecast for this year as well as for 2015, media… Read More.
A tense Euro qualifier match between rivals Serbia and Albania had to be abandoned in the 41st minute amid extraordinary… Read More.
Richard Flanagan has won this year’s Man Booker Prize for The Narrow Road to the Deep North, a wartime novel,… Read More.
Singer Kesha has accused her producer Dr Luke of sexual, physical, and verbal abuse that lasted a decade, claims that… Read More.