What Happened on 25 November 2014

'Women not equal to men,' says Turkey's president

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that women are not equal to men and the country’s feminists rejected the… Read More.

Hong Kong officials clear protest site

Enforcing court orders, Hong Kong authorities have started clearing a protest site at Mong Kok, after urging pro-democracy activists to… Read More.

Iran's nuclear program: Cautious optimism over deal as deadline extended

The United States and Iran said they were confident of reaching an agreement over Tehran's nuclear program after they agreed… Read More.

Chuck Hagel, US defence secretary, resigns

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned from his post, spending less than two years at the key position in… Read More.

Former Portugal PM Jose Socrates remanded in custody

In a development that has shocked the country, Jose Socrates, the former prime minister of Portugal, has been remanded in… Read More.

Tripoli airport targeted in air strikes

A jet of the Libyan air force jet conducted air strikes on Tripoli’s Maitiga air base, which is the capital's… Read More.

Clashes in Ferguson after grand jury doesn't indict officer

Violence erupted in Ferguson, US, after a grand jury decided that police Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted in… Read More.

'Falling oil price, sanctions cost Russia $140bn'

Russia’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has said that falling oil prices were costing the country up to $100 billion a… Read More.

Medibank makes debut on stock market

Medibank, Australia’s health insurer, has made its debut in the stock market after it raised $4.9 billion in what is… Read More.

Southampton draw against Aston Villa

A late goal by Nathaniel Clyne helped Southampton draw their match against Aston Villa and secure a point in the… Read More.

Copa America: Brazil to face Colombia

Brazil are to face Colombia, their quarter-final opponents in the 2014 World Cup, at next year’s Copa America as the… Read More.

Swiss museum accepts 'Nazi' artworks

The Bern Art Museum in Switzerland will accept artworks bequeathed by Cornelius Gurlitt, a German art hoarder from the Nazi… Read More.