What Happened on 02 June 2015

South Korea reports first deaths from Mers infection

Two South Koreans have died of Mers (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome), the country’s first deaths from the virus. The two… Read More.

Black Sea encounter: Russian planes fly near American warship

Russia’s planes have made close passes over an American warship USS Ross in the Black Sea in… Read More.

UN slams expulsion of its senior official from South Sudan

The UN has slammed South Sudan’s decision to expel Toby Lanzer, the United Nations humanitarian coordinator… Read More.

Canada: Three tobacco companies fined $12bn for failing to warn smokers

Three tobacco firms in Canada have been ordered by a court to pay $12 billion in damages,… Read More.

Five dead, hundreds missing after ship sinks in China's Yangtze River

    China Ship Disaster: Death toll rises to 434; eight… Read More.

Cars recall: Japanese firm Takata 'working to address airbag flaw'

Car parts manufacturer Takata is seeking to replace a chemical substance used in its airbags as it works to fix… Read More.

Intel agrees to buy Altera in $16.7bn deal

Chipmaking giant Intel is buying Altera, a rival firm, in a $16.7-billion deal. Intel announced that it will pay $54… Read More.

Malaysia Airlines 'technically bankrupt', says CEO

Malaysia Airlines’ new chief executive Christoph Mueller has said that the beleaguered carrier is “technically bankrupt.” Mueller, who took over… Read More.

Hamburg beat Karlsruher 3-2 to extend Bundesliga stay

Hamburg scored a thrilling 3-2 aggregate victory over Karlsruher to extend their Bundesliga stay. After scoring an equalizer in the… Read More.

French Open: Murray beats Chardy 6-4 3-6 6-3 6-2 to reach quarters

Britain’s Andy Murray came back after losing the second set to defeat home favorite Jeremy Chardy 6-4 3-6 6-3 6-2,… Read More.

Microsoft will release 'familiar yet better' Windows 10 in July

Microsoft's Windows 10 will be released in July, the technology giant has confirmed. Windows 10 is Microsoft’s next generation operating… Read More.