What Happened on 13 November 2012
Six Gulf states have recognized a new Syrian opposition coalition as the country's "legitimate representative". The National Coalition for Syrian… Read More.
Palestinian leaders in the West Bank are to ask the United Nations to upgrade Palestine's status by November 29. The… Read More.
A 6.1-magnitude earthquake has hit Guatemala just days after at least 52 people were killed in one of the biggest… Read More.
Japan's economy contracted in the July to September quarter on the back of a global economic slowdown and anti-Japan protests… Read More.
India's industrial output recorded a surprise drop in September, fueling concerns over slowing growth in the country's economy. Factory output… Read More.
Olympus returned to profit in the six months to the end of September as the firm recovered from an accounting… Read More.
Lance Armstrong has stepped down as a board member of Livestrong, the cancer-support charity he set up in 1997, the… Read More.
Spectator numbers for Sunday's African Champions League final in Tunis have been restricted to 35,000 due to fears of stadium… Read More.
The next Blackberry smartphone is to be introduced on January 30, manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) announced on Monday. RIM,… Read More.
Internet retail giant Amazon revealed on Monday it had received a $252 million demand from French tax authorities for back… Read More.
The puppeteer behind beloved Sesame Street character Elmo has been disciplined following allegations that he had a sexual relationship with… Read More.