What Happened on 05 July 2012
Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) revealed in a convention in Geneva that they now have evidence… Read More.
The Institut de Radiophysique in Lausanne, Switzerland, has found extraordinarily high levels of polonium-210, a rare radioactive element, in the… Read More.
A parliamentary report about the meltdown at Fukushima and the subsequent nuclear crisis, submitted by Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation… Read More.
Volkswagen AG (VW) agreed to completely take over Porsche SE by buying out the 50.1% stake that is not already… Read More.
Standard & Poor’s, the world’s leading credit rating agency, raised the debt rating of Philippines to BB+, the highest in… Read More.
Auditors revealed that France will require about $43 Billion to meet current debt targets. France's pro-growth President François Hollande is… Read More.
Six times champion Roger Federer stormed into the Wimbledon semi-finals, having secured a win against Russian Mikhail Youzhny on… Read More.
In a surprising sign-and-trade deal between the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns, Steve Nash is now set to join… Read More.
The European Parliament at Brussels unequivocally rejected the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) with the vote count reading 478 Against,… Read More.
A High Court in London ruled that HTC could continue to use swipe-to-unlock and had not infringed any of the… Read More.
The Amazing Spider-Man did amaze at the box-office, opening to a $35 million ticket sales in the US and Canada… Read More.