What Happened on 31 July 2014
Officials from the United Nations have said the killing of sleeping children in an Israeli attack on a Gaza school… Read More.
Russia has called the new sanctions imposed on it by the EU and United States as “destructive and short-sighted," according… Read More.
Public Health England has warned that men measuring more than 40 inches around the middle have five times more chances… Read More.
Liberia is likely to quarantine many rural communities, shut down schools and several markets, and send all non-essential public servants… Read More.
There has been outrage in Greece after a court acquitted local farmers, who admitted shooting Bangladeshi strawberry pickers when they… Read More.
The US House of Representatives has voted 225-201 to authorize a lawsuit accusing President Barack Obama of having overstepped his… Read More.
A female suicide bomber blew herself up at a college in Nigeria’s Kano city, killing six people. Militant group Boko… Read More.
At least 30 people were feared killed in a landslide in the Indian state of Maharashtra, according to media reports.… Read More.
Samsung Electronics has reported a 20% drop in profits in the second quarter, which is being attributed to a decline… Read More.
The United States economy appears to have bounced back in spring, with a growth of 4% annually in the second… Read More.
Romelu Lukaku, who has signed a five-year contract with Everton, said he had no regrets over the £28m move from… Read More.