What Happened on 19 December 2014

Iraqi Kurdish forces say IS siege of Mount Sinjar broken

The Kurdish security forces who had launched an offensive against the Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq's northern Nineveh province,… Read More.

South Korea bans political party for 'pro-North' views

For the first time in decades, South Korea banned a political party for its 'pro-North Korea' views. The country's constitutional… Read More.

Rising demand for tougher sanctions against North Korea

There are renewed calls for tougher US sanctions against North Korea in view of… Read More.

Banking sector in Russia to receive additional capital

 To give respite to Russia's financial sector, reeling under recession and Western sanctions, Read More.

Unbeaten Partnership between Smith and Johnson Help Australia Reach 351/6

On day three of the second Test at Gabba, an unbeaten partnership of 104 runs between Steven Smith and Mitchell… Read More.

FIFA investigator quits in World Cup report row

Michael Garcia, independent ethics investigator of FIFA has quit in protest over the way his report has been handled in… Read More.

Internet addiction afflicts 182 million people across the world

According to new research, internet addiction now affects 6 per cent of people, amounting to roughly… Read More.

William Hayden accused of rape charges

Ex ‘Sons of Guns’ star William Hayden has been indicted on three counts of rape in East Baton Rouge Parish.… Read More.

PEOPLE Magazine Awards 2014: Awardees honored at a gala event

The PEOPLE Magazine Awards 2014 held at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on December 18 2014 was… Read More.

Veteran Italian actress Virna Lisi dies at 78

Virna Lisi, the Italian actress famous for popping out of a cake in the movie How To Murder… Read More.