What Happened on 15 September 2014
Ugandan police have reportedly seized explosives from a suspected cell of the al-Shabab militant group and arrested 19 men. The… Read More.
In a rare comment on the historic Scottish referendum, Queen Elizabeth said that she hoped that “people will think very… Read More.
Stefan Lofven, the center-left leader of the Social Democrats, has emerged winner in Sweden’s general election, though he could not… Read More.
Dozens of African migrants are feared dead in a boat mishap near the Libyan coast on Sunday, September 14, according… Read More.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key has slammed allegations by the US journalist Glenn Greenwald that he was “deceiving the… Read More.
Matthew Miller, a 24-year-old American national, has been sentenced to six years’ hard labor by North Korea for illegally entering… Read More.
Western Mexico’s Los Cabos coastal resort has been hit by Hurricane Odile, disrupting the plans of thousands of tourists and… Read More.
Ukraine’s defense minister Valery Heletey has said that Nato countries have started arms delivery to Ukraine to help troops fight… Read More.
Eduardo Stock da Cunha is the new chief executive of Portugal’s Novo Banco. Stock da Cunha was named… Read More.
Heineken, the Dutch brewer, has rejected an offer of take-over from Britain’s SABMiller, reports say. Heineken said after consulting its… Read More.
AC Milan held their nerve to defeat Parma in an exciting match that saw nine goals being scored, according to… Read More.
The Imitation Game, a biopic on British code breaker Alan Turing, bagged the People's Choice award at Canada’s Toronto Film… Read More.