What Happened on 16 July 2014
After a brief lull the Gaza conflict intensified, with Hamas rejecting an Egyptian ceasefire proposal and firing rockets that killed… Read More.
Former Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker was confirmed as the next European commission president by a comfortable majority, winning 422… Read More.
In one of the deadliest attacks on civilians in recent years, a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives… Read More.
An underground train derailed in the Moscow metro, killing at least 20 people and injuring 150 during the morning rush… Read More.
Typhoon Rammasun made landfall in the Philippines near Legazpi city on the east coast. At least 350,000 people had to… Read More.
A new species of dinosaur found in China could be the largest flying reptile of its type. The skeleton of… Read More.
Iran says it is willing to accept limits on its nuclear program for seven years, provided it would have the… Read More.
IBM is partnering with Apple to sell iPhones and iPads pre-loaded with apps aimed at enterprise clients. IBM is trying… Read More.
China’s economy has grown faster than expected in the second quarter amid concerns over the country’s real estate sector. Its… Read More.
Leaders of the five Brics nations signed a deal that will create a $100bn development bank and emergency reserve fund,… Read More.
England have “reacted with surprise” to an allegation that Jimmy Anderson pushed and abused Indian all-rounder Ravi Jadeja during the… Read More.
Randall Miller, the director of Midnight Rider, and the movie’s producer Jody Savin have surrendered in Georgia to a sheriff’s… Read More.