News This Week: 11/9/2015
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UK RAF drone strike in Syria kills two British Islamic State jihadists, while Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says UK would repeat Syria drone strikes.
Angeline Jolie took her time to appear before a House of Lords of committee to warn against ISIS mass rape.
The migrant crisis in Europe still doesn’t abate, with hundreds of migrants and refugees attempting to get through borders every day.
The U.K. sees a noticeable decline in some sectors of the economy, while Apple presents its new devices.
- UK 'would repeat Syria drone strike' – Defense Secretary Michael Fallon.
- Angelina Jolie appeared before a House of Lords of committee to discuss ISIS mass rape.
- The day of Jeremy Corbyn? Labour leadership race's final day.
- Hundreds of migrants and refugees muscled through police lines on the Hungarian-Serbian border.
- UK drone strike inside Syria kills two Britons.
- North-east of Japan is flooded, forcing over 90,000 people to abandon their homes.
- Rising food prices in China drive up inflation.
- UK manufacturing sector on the decline in July.
- UK offshore oil sector has cut 65,000 jobs.
- Real Madrid offers $1.1 million to help refugees.
- U.S. Open 2015: Serena beats her sister.
- Prince Ali bin Al- Hussein is launching his campaign yet again to become FIFA president.
- Stephen Colbert makes Late Show debut on CBS, invites George Clooney and Jeb Bush.
- Sam Smith records theme song for new James Bond movie.
- Sofia Vergara and Cuoco-Sweeting are officially highest-paid TV actresses.
- Apple’s presentation of new products. How did it go?
- Samsung Galaxy S7: new leaked details.
- iPhone 6S official price revealed at Apple’s presentation.
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- September 11: in 2001, a series of terrorist attacks upon the United States of America took place killing almost 3000 people. Four commercial passenger jet airliners were hijacked by Al Qaeda terrorists on that morning and two of the planes were crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. The third plane, was crashed into the Pentagon HQ, in Arlington county, Virginia. The fourth plane was crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
- September 10: in 1897, a 25-year-old London taxi driver named George Smith became the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after crashing his cab into a building.
- September 7: in 1813, the United States was nicknamed Uncle Sam after Samuel Wilson, a meat packer from New York, who supplied barrels of beef to the United States Army during the War of 1812.