What Happened on 14 May 2012
The Ugandan army has captured a senior commander in the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army. Caesar Achellam was apprehended on Saturday… Read More.
Police in Mexico have discovered 49 mutilated bodies by a roadside in the northern city of Monterrey. Officials said the… Read More.
Greece’s moderate Democratic Left party has said it will not join pro-bailout parties in a coalition without the radical far-left… Read More.
The chief executive of Yahoo has stepped down following accusations of misinformation on his résumé. The California-based computer firm confirmed… Read More.
European markets were in the red on Monday morning as the growing political uncertainty in Greece dampened investor sentiment. Greek… Read More.
Top executives at JPMorgan Chase are expected to resign this week following a $2 billion loss at the bank’s London… Read More.
Roger Federer defeated Tomas Berdwych 3-6 7-5 7-5 in Sunday’s final at the Madrid Open to clinch his fourth title… Read More.
Manchester City won their first league title in 44 years on Sunday with two goals during stoppage time. City needed… Read More.
A new wedding app has been designed to let the bride and groom-to-be create a social site and enable guests… Read More.
Shares in German luxury TV maker Loewe were up 24 percent on Monday on the back of rumours of a… Read More.
U.S. sitcom Two and a Half Men has been given the green light for a tenth season. The show will… Read More.