What Happened on 19 November 2014

Doctors in Sierra Leone to start clinical Ebola trial

Doctors in the west African country of Sierra Leone will start a clinical trial that will use the blood of… Read More.

Immigration debate dominates UK bypoll

Ukip candidate, Mark Reckless, in the bypoll at Rochester and Strood has indicated that EU immigrants and polish plumbers may be… Read More.

Jerusalem on the edge after synagogue killings

Jerusalem is on the edge after the killing of five Israelis in a vicious attack on a synagogue, with many… Read More.

Hong Kong protesters clash with police

Four men were arrested in Hong Kong following a clash between pro-democracy demonstrators, who tried to enter the city's legislature,… Read More.

Snow storm kills 4 as temperatures plunge in US

Four people died after a snow storm hit areas on Tuesday, November 18, near Buffalo city in upstate New York.… Read More.

Missouri executes ninth inmate in 2014

A 56-year-old man who shot and killed a gas station attendant 20 years ago has been executed this early Wednesday… Read More.

Burma rules out change in key law on presidential candidates

Burma has ruled out any pre-poll changes to the constitution that prevents democracy activist and Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu… Read More.

UN strives to make North Korea accountable for human rights violations

The human rights committee of the United Nations general assembly has approved a resolution calling for the security council to… Read More.

Shell wins court battle over tax dispute in India

Royal Dutch Shell has won a court battle over a tax dispute with Indian authorities, according to media reports.  … Read More.

Germany beat Spain 1-0

Germany defeated Spain 1-0 in an international friendly, with an 89th minute goal from Toni Kroos doing the trick for… Read More.

Google software recognizes images with far greater accuracy

Google researchers have created software that describes the content of images with much greater accuracy than earlier, according to media… Read More.

Philae lander finds organic molecules on comet surface

The Philae lander has reportedly sent back evidence of chemicals containing carbon and hydrogen, on the comet’s surface.… Read More.