What Happened on 17 November 2014
An end to more than a decade of stalemate over the Iranian nuclear program is at hand as Iran and… Read More.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin left the G20 summit early as several western leaders piled up the pressure on him to… Read More.
Nigeria’s army says it has retaken Chibok town, the place from where 276 schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram in… Read More.
Michel Kafando, the former foreign minister, has been named as the transitional president of Burkina Faso as the country navigates… Read More.
Peace talks with Farc rebels have been suspended by the Colombian government after the reported abduction of a top army… Read More.
Miguel Macedo, the interior minister of Portugal, has resigned following a probe into allegations of corruption concerning residence permit allocations,… Read More.
Romania’s Prime Minister and Social Democrat Leader Victor Ponta has admitted defeat in the presidential election run-off to Klaus Iohannis,… Read More.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron has warned of a second crash in the world economy, according to media reports. In… Read More.
Japan’s economy has fallen into a recession after contracting for two straight quarters in what is a huge setback to… Read More.
India’s Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 139 to lead India to a three-wicket win against Sri Lanka and complete a… Read More.
In a disappointing end to the ATP World Tour, Roger Federer withdrew from the final against World number one Novak… Read More.