What Happened on 16 June 2012

Gambia's Fatou Bensouda sworn in as ICC prosecutor

Fatou Bensouda, a former Gambian justice minister, has been sworn in as the International Criminal Court's new chief prosecutor in… Read More.

Egypt starts two-day presidential election run-off

Egyptians are casting their votes in a two-day run-off election to choose their first freely elected president. Mohammed Mursi, head… Read More.

Ex-Goldman Sachs director guilty of insider trading

Rajat Gupta, a business insider who once sat on the board of Goldman Sachs, has been convicted of conspiracy and… Read More.

Palestine urges UEFA to bar Israel from holding soccer tournament

The Palestine Football Association (PFA) has urged the sport’s European governing body UEFA to ban Israel from hosting a tournament… Read More.

Apple 1 computer and Steve Jobs' Atari memo break records at auction

A rare functioning Apple 1 computer, the company's first product, has been sold at a New York auction for $374,500.… Read More.

R&B singer R. Kelly owes $5 million in unpaid taxes

R&B singer R. Kelly owes almost $5 million in unpaid taxes. Documents filed by the Internal Revenue Service show that… Read More.