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What Happened on 27 November 2014

Spain's health minister Ana Mato resigns

Ana Mato, the health minister of Spain, has resigned after she was accused by a judge of having benefited from… Read More.

Suicide bomber targets British embassy convoy in Kabul

A suicide bomb attack on a UK diplomatic convoy on Thursday killed at least five people in Kabul and injured… Read More.

American and British hostages moved before US raid in Yemen

Eight hostages were freed in a raid by US special forces in Yemen, but al-Qaida militants shifted five other captives,… Read More.

Kim Jong-un's younger sister now has a title

Kim Yo-jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, now has an official title: ‘vice department director’ in… Read More.

No election before 2016, says Thailand minister

Prawit Wongsuwan, Thailand’s deputy prime minister and defence minister, has said that polls will now be held in 2016 and… Read More.

78 boys get jail terms for participating in pro-Morsi rallies

An Egyptian court has announced prison terms of up to five years for 78 boys for participating in protests with… Read More.

Oil price drops before Opec countries meet

Oil prices fell ahead of the Opec oil producing countries meeting on Thursday, media reports say. Brent crude dropped 58… Read More.

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes dies

Australia batsman Phillip Hughes died two days after he was hit by a delivery during a match in Sydney, according… Read More.

Sony compensates PlayStation Vita owners for misleading ad

Sony will reimburse its customers, who purchased PlayStation Vita following complaints that a television ad about the console had made… Read More.

World's most expensive medicine goes on sale

The first gene therapy medicine in the west will go on sale with a price tag of $1.4 million, making… Read More.

Sabah, legendary Lebanese singer and actress, dies

Sabah, the legendary Lebanese singer and movie star, has died at the age of 87, according to media reports. Sabah… Read More.

Vinyl records show resurgence in UK

Over a million vinyl records have been sold in Britain this year, for the first time since 1996, according to… Read More.