What Happened on 04 July 2012
Iran claims to have successfully test-fired several long-range ballistic missiles. These missiles are capable of targeting Israel and of crossing… Read More.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the projected runner-up in Mexico’s presidential poll held this Sunday, has confirmed that he will seek… Read More.
Pakistan has promised to reopen critical supply lines to NATO forces in Afghanistan following an apology from the US for… Read More.
Ireland is likely to make a return to the international debt market on Thursday. Dublin had been forced into a… Read More.
Nine of the biggest banks in the US handed in copies of living wills to regulators, thereby revealing clear guidelines… Read More.
British football team, Manchester United is filing for IPO in the New York Stock Exchange in an attempt to raise… Read More.
Portuguese football manager, André Villas-Boas, better known as AVB, has been named the new Tottenham head coach. The appointment of… Read More.
Serena Williams secured her place in the Wimbledon semi-finals by defeating the defending champion Petra Kvitova in straight sets. In… Read More.
Overruling objections raised by Apple and Flashpoint Technologies, a US Bankruptcy Court has approved the bid by Eastman Kodak to… Read More.
A California court turned down a request by Samsung Electronics Co. to stay the injunction against the sales of its… Read More.
The Lock, a work by John Constable, the English romantic painter was sold to a private collector at Christie’s in… Read More.