What Happened on 02 August 2012
The international airport in San Antonio, Texas, was forced to evacuate passengers on Wednesday following a bomb threat. Flights were… Read More.
At least one person has been injured in a series of bomb blasts in India’s western Pune city. The explosions… Read More.
Human rights activists have condemned the public shooting of four apparent Assad loyalists by rebels in Syria’s Aleppo city. An… Read More.
A London high court has ordered an ex-executive of Nigeria's Access Bank to pay $932 million to the bank. Erastus… Read More.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has completed a probe into "irregular trading" following a series of out of the… Read More.
Greek leaders have agreed to nearly $14 billion in new spending cuts required to keep its EU/IMF bailout. The cuts… Read More.
Juventus coach Antonio Conte's request for a three-month ban in order to avoid a court hearing over match fixing has… Read More.
Eight badminton players have been disqualified from the Olympics’ women's doubles competition after being accused of "not using one's best… Read More.
Hewlett-Packard has won a legal dispute in which it accused business software firm Oracle of failing to honor a contract… Read More.
Amazon.com has launched a video application for Apple's iPad in a bid to bring its digital content to as many… Read More.
Erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey has outsold all seven Harry Potter books on Amazon.co.uk, making E.L. James the website's… Read More.
An arrest warrant issued for Cuba Gooding Jr. has been lifted after the actor met with police on Wednesday following… Read More.