What Happened on 23 January 2015

Attack on trolleybus kills 13 in Donetsk

An explosion hit a trolleybus in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk area on Thursday, January 22, killing at least 13 people, media… Read More.

Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz dies

Saudi ruler Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has died, aged around 90. He was in hospital for weeks and suffering from a… Read More.

Thai legislators impeach ex-PM Yingluck Shinawatra

Legislators in Thailand voted on Friday, January 23, to impeach Yingluck Shinawatra, the former prime minister, thereby… Read More.

Uber restarts services in Delhi

Uber, the internet based taxi company, has restarted services in the Indian capital Delhi after authorities had… Read More.

Experimental Ebola vaccine sent to Liberia

Liberia will soon receive the first batch of an experimental Ebola vaccine, media reports say. The vaccine has been… Read More.

Yemen's president resigns as crisis in country deepens

The situation in Yemen has taken an uncertain turn after President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi and Prime Minister… Read More.

Apple CEO Tim Cook's salary increases by over 40%

Apple CEO Tim Cook's base salary was hiked by around 43% last year in February, the tech giant has revealed.… Read More.

Hong Kong's Li Ka-shing seeks to buy O2 for $15 bn

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing is reportedly in talks to buy O2, the UK’s second… Read More.

South Korea's growth hits six-year low

South Korea’s economic growth has hit a six-year low, according to the revealed data. The economy… Read More.

Australian Open: Roger Federer loses in third round to Andreas Seppi

Second seed Roger Federer has crashed out of the Australian Open after he was defeated in the third round by… Read More.

Make coders develop apps for Blackberry phones: John Chen

John Chen, the chief executive of phone company BlackBerry, has said that app makers should be obliged to make software… Read More.

Rihanna wins legal battle over T-shirt image

Pop star Rihanna has won a court battle linked to a store’s T-shirt that had her image, according to media… Read More.