What Happened on 28 July 2015
About 10,000 people had to be evacuated from campsites after fires broke out in southeastern France during the holiday season. … Read More.
Forensic specialists have begun a search for bodies at a Colombian urban landfill site. According to estimates, the bodies of… Read More.
Cuba has been removed from a US list of countries that have failed to tackle human trafficking. The US State… Read More.
The South Korean government has declared a “de facto” end to the Middle East Respiratory Virus (Mers) outbreak, which has… Read More.
July 27, 2015 - A massive earthquake of 7.0 magnitude has hit the Papua province of Indonesia as per the… Read More.
July 27, 2015 - In a landmark deal, Turkey and the U.S. have agreed on a plan to push… Read More.
Representatives of Greece’s international lenders are arriving in Athens to begin technical discussions on the third bailout deal. However, there… Read More.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says that the eurozone outlook has improved because of falling oil prices, steps taken by… Read More.
Burger King says the enthusiastic response to the reintroduced "chicken fries" on its menu has played a role in increased… Read More.
Chinese online search giant Baidu has posted an operating profit of $559 million in the second quarter ending June 30,… Read More.
US officials have announced plans to rebuild New York’s LaGuardia Airport, which is among the busiest airports in the country.… Read More.
Nine people have been arrested in a crackdown on a fake iPhones factory on the outskirts of China’s capital Read More.