What Happened on 12 December 2012
Defying international warnings, North Korea test fired a long-range rocket on Wednesday morning. Washington believed that this launch is North… Read More.
On Tuesday the Morsi administration in Egypt put off signing a vital $4.8-billion International Monetary Fund loan to Egypt. Finance… Read More.
The Global Trends 2030 report predicts that Asia will outpace the US and European economies by 2030. “China alone will… Read More.
The United States has levied a fine of $1.9 billion against HSBC, one of the world's biggest banks for breaching… Read More.
Over 152,000 Northern Rock Asset Management customers in the UK are likely receive hundreds of pounds as a for compensation… Read More.
The US Treasury Department has agreed to sell the remaining 234 million shares which were received as part of the… Read More.
Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue revoked the suspension of four New Orleans Saints players. The suspension was related to the… Read More.
Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry could miss the big game on Saturday at Newcastle following charges of "using abusive and/or… Read More.
In partnership with software maker Aviary Inc, Twitter unveiled a set of photo filters that enable the user to adjust… Read More.
Marissa Mayer unveiled the first major change she has initiated in Yahoo since she took over as CEO - Yahoo… Read More.
The man who can be credited with introducing Indian classical music to the west, legendary Indian sitarist Ravi Shankar died… Read More.
On Tuesday night the Spice Girls reunited in London for the premiere of a West End show based on their… Read More.