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What Happened on 10 September 2012

Gaddafi son's trial to be delayed by five months

The trial of Muammar Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam is to be delayed by five months in order to include testimony… Read More.

Nigeria floods leave 137 people dead

Floods across Nigeria have left 137 people dead and displaced more than 30,000 since the beginning of July, according to… Read More.

17 killed in Aleppo car bomb

At least 17 people were killed in a car bomb on Sunday in Syria's largest city, Aleppo, according to the… Read More.

Lufthansa cabin crew rule out labor action for six weeks

Lufthansa’s cabin crew have pledged not to strike for the next six weeks while labor representatives and company executives take… Read More.

Virgin Atlantic CEO to resign

The chief executive of Virgin Atlantic, the airline founded by British entrepreneur Richard Branson, is to leave his post next… Read More.

Former UBS trader on trial over $2.3 billion losses

A former UBS trader is on trial in London this week in a case involving losses of $2.3 billion. Investment… Read More.

Serena Williams wins fourth U.S. Open title

Serena Williams defeated Victoria Azarenka 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 on Sunday night to win her fourth championship at Flushing Meadows and… Read More.

London Paralympics conclude

Britain's summer of sport came to an end on Sunday with the closing ceremony of the London Paralympic Games. The… Read More.

China's Alibaba to surpass Amazon, eBay in transaction value

China's biggest e-commerce firm, Alibaba, expects to sell merchandise this year worth more than that sold by Amazon and eBay… Read More.

Amazon to allow Kindle users to opt out of ads

Amazon has announced it will allow users of its new Kindle Fire tablets to pay an extra $15 to turn… Read More.

South Korean film wins at Venice Film Festival

South Korean film Pieta, a violent story of a loan shark who meets a mysterious woman claiming to be his… Read More.

Paul McCartney receives top French honor

Former Beatle Paul McCartney has been awarded France's highest public distinction for his contribution to music with President Francois Hollande… Read More.