What Happened on 31 October 2014
The United States and Australia have lifted sanctions against Fiji after democratic elections there, according to media reports. On a… Read More.
Defying calls to step down, Blaise Compaore, the president of Burkina Faso, said he would remain in power for one… Read More.
Sheikh Sadik Al-Ghariani, the highest spiritual leader of Libya, has been banned from entering into Britain, according to media reports.… Read More.
Israel has said it would reopen an important holy site of Jerusalem after it was closed following unrest, according to… Read More.
Thein Sein, the president of Myanmar, is holding roundtable talks with opposition leaders, ethnic and military groups after it was… Read More.
A plane crashed into a Kansas airport building on Thursday, October 30, killing four people and injuring five, media reports… Read More.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has publicly said that he is gay, according to media reports. He said he… Read More.
Russia and Ukraine have agreed on a gas supply deal brokered by the European Union (EU), as per media reports.… Read More.
Citigroup will set aside an additional $600 million to cover the legal costs linked to “rapidly evolving regulatory inquiries,” according… Read More.
Britain's Andy Murray has qualified for the ATP World Tour Finals after a convincing straight set 6-3 6-3 victory over… Read More.
American poet Galway Kinnell, a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, has died at the age of 87, according to media… Read More.