What Happened on 25 July 2014
An Israeli strike on a United Nations (UN) school in Gaza killed at least 15 Palestinians and injured 200, according… Read More.
An Algerian aircraft carrying six crew and 116 passengers and flying from Burkina Faso to Algiers in north Africa crashed,… Read More.
The Russian ambassador to London Alexander Yakovenko has described the sanctions being imposed by western countries against Russia as “illegal,… Read More.
Sunni militant group ISIS has denied reports that it has ordered families in the Iraqi city of Mosul to make… Read More.
Lawyers for Joseph Wood, the American murder convict whose execution took nearly two hours, have called for an independent probe… Read More.
Over 90% of human DNA plays no useful role, Oxford researchers have said. Large stretches of it may simply be… Read More.
Forensic officials in South Korea have said they could not determine the cause of death of Yoo Byung-eun, the businessman-owner… Read More.
Amazon has reported a $126m loss for its second quarter despite a rise in sales. While the revenue… Read More.
McDonald’s has suspended sale of chicken nuggets and a few other products in Hong Kong, according to media reports. Chicken… Read More.
Frank Lampard, the former Chelsea midfielder, has joined New York City FC on a two-year contract, according to media reports.… Read More.
The Pet Shop Boys have showcased their latest work, a tribute to Alan Turing, the British wartime codebreaker, at Albert… Read More.