What Happened on 28 January 2015

Amazon says it's 'cooperating' with police after raid in Japan

Police in Japan have raided the Tokyo offices of Amazon as part of a probe into suspected sales of… Read More.

Ten priests charged with child sex abuse in Spain

A Spanish judge in Granada city has charged ten priests and two others with child sex abuse,… Read More.

Missing students were killed by gang, Mexican government says

Mexico's attorney general Jesus Murillo Karam has again emphasized that 43 students, who went missing from the… Read More.

Nine killed in militant attack on Libyan hotel

At least nine people were killed when several gunmen opened fire inside a hotel in Libya’s capital… Read More.

Australia asylum: Manus center detainees to be repatriated

The prime minister of Papua New Guinea Peter O'Neill has said that most asylum-seekers… Read More.

Gaming publisher Electronic Arts beats revenue expectation

The shares in gaming firm Electronic Arts increased by nearly 5% after its results turned out to be stronger than… Read More.

Yahoo to spin-off its 15% stake in Alibaba

Internet giant Yahoo has said it will spin-off its 15% stake in the Alibaba Group, and hand over the business… Read More.

Apple records biggest quarterly profit in history

Apple has posted the biggest quarterly gain ever announced by a public organization, according to media reports. The Read More.

Africa Cup of Nations: Ghana beat South Africa, enter quarters

Ghana defeated South Africa 2-1 on Tuesday, January 27, to reach the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations, according… Read More.

Australian Open: Madison Keys defeats Venus Williams

The U.S. teenager Madison Keys defeated her fellow countrywoman Venus Williams on Wednesday, January 28, to reach the semi-final of… Read More.

Rise in web attacks by hacktivists, says report

A new report says that the number of web attacks involving hacktivists and gamers has greatly increased in the past… Read More.

Joan Rivers' daughter files malpractice claim against clinic

Melissa Rivers, the daughter of Joan Rivers, has filed a malpractice suit against the medical clinic in New York that… Read More.