What Happened on 16 September 2015

Eight arrested in China for mass oil smuggling

At least eight people have been arrested by Chinese police in a case involving smuggling of more than 34,000 tonnes… Read More.

Four killed in Afghanistan bombing

Four people were killed and 41 others injured in a suicide bomb attack on Wednesday on the western outskirts of… Read More.

Eight dead in South Africa gunfights

At least eight people were shot dead on Wednesday during two gunfights in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal… Read More.

Asylum seekers cause turbulence at Austrian train station

Turbulent scenes have emerged at the Salzburg Hauptbahnhof train station in Austria following a surge in asylum seekers wishing to… Read More.

Over 100 kids trapped in Chinese mall fire, rescued

Over 100 kindergarten children were trapped when a fire broke out in a shopping mall in China's Fujian province on… Read More.

Japan's biggest volcano erupts, flights canceled

Sep 15, 2015 - Japan’s largest active volcano erupted forcing cancellation of flights. The eruption led… Read More.

World Bank warns emerging economies of big capital outflow

The World Bank warned of the risk of a large decline in capital flows to emerging economies in the upcoming… Read More.

United defender Shaw out for six months after horrific injury

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has revealed that defender Luke Shaw was in tears after suffering a broken leg… Read More.

Nigeria to stage women's cricket championship

Nigeria is making arrangements to stage a national women's cricket championship in October, an official said. Musa… Read More.