What Happened on 18 June 2015

Denmark polls: Ruling coalition in close contest with opposition

Denmark is going to the polls in a closely fought contest between prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s center-left… Read More.

Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic 'shocked' by Hungary's border fencing plan

Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic says he is “surprised and shocked” by neighboring Hungary’s plan to build a wall at… Read More.

Several feared killed in shooting incident at church in South Carolina

  South Carolina Governor urges removal of… Read More.

Former Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop set to leave Microsoft

Stephen Elop, the former Nokia boss, will leave Microsoft amid a management reshuffle. Elop, who had joined the firm in… Read More.

US: Uber driver deemed to be an 'employee' by California Labor Commission

The California Labor Commission has deemed a Uber driver to be an employee instead of a contractor, a ruling which… Read More.

Debt crisis: Not much hope of solution at latest talks, says Greece

The Greek government has indicated that the meeting of eurozone ministers on Thursday is unlikely to yield a solution to… Read More.

Wearable tech firm Fitbit raises price share, gets valuation of $4.1bn

Fitbit has got a valuation of over $4 billion after it sold shares in its IPO. The wearable tech firm… Read More.

FIFA scandal: 53 possible cases of money laundering being looked into

Investigators in Switzerland are probing as many as 53 possible money laundering cases and more than 100… Read More.

England score 350 in 44 overs, level ODI series against New Zealand

Needing 350 to win, England broke the record for their highest ever run chase in a one-day match to secure… Read More.

Canada: Government websites targeted by anonymous hackers

Several Canadian government websites became the target of a hacking attack, causing them to go dark for several hours. The… Read More.