What Happened on 19 June 2012
Plumes of smoke and ash continue to rise from Colombia's Nevado del Ruiz volcano. According to residents living along its… Read More.
Egypt's ruling military council has promised to hand over power to an elected president by the end of June. The… Read More.
The leader of Greece’s New Democracy party, which narrowly won the country’s election, is holding urgent talks to form a… Read More.
UK supermarket group Tesco has announced it is to exit the Japanese market. The firm will leave Japan in a… Read More.
German chemical company Evonik has halted plans for what could have been Europe's biggest initial public offering in more than… Read More.
Pressure is mounting on Europe as world leaders gather in Mexico for a G20 summit set to be dominated by… Read More.
Arsenal have signed Montpellier striker and France international Olivier Giroud for $18.8 million. The deal will be completed after the… Read More.
Officials who sold London 2012 tickets on the black market should be banned from future Games, according to the International… Read More.
A former AT&T employee has admitted to sharing company secrets such as sales numbers for Apple’s iPhone to traders who… Read More.
Facebook has announced it is buying Face.com, the company that provides facial-recognition technology used by the social network to help… Read More.
A new musical based on Roald Dahl's novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is to open in London’s West End… Read More.