What Happened on 19 May 2015

Japan's security council backs bid to build submarines for Australia

Japan has entered the race to help build new state-of-the-art submarines for Australian navy. Japan’s security council… Read More.

Thailand: Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's trial begins

Yingluck Shinawatra, the former Prime Minister of Thailand who was forced to step down before a military… Read More.

50 dead in landslide in Colombia

    A major landslide in north-west Colombia’s Antioquia… Read More.

Germany: Train drivers go on strike again; major disruptions expected

Germany’s train drivers are going on strike again, the ninth such strike in less than a year.… Read More.

Deutsche Bank sets up 'working group' to review UK's EU exit plan: Reports

Deutsche Bank has reportedly set up a “working group”, which will examine the possibility of moving parts of its Read More.

Greek crisis: Debt agreement with creditors within next week, says finance minister

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said that he expects to reach a debt agreement with international creditors, EU and… Read More.

Premier League: West Brom humble champions Chelsea 3-0

Premier League champions Chelsea were humbled 3-0 by West Brom after being reduced to 10 men. Though the game was… Read More.

Taylor Swift sweeps Billboard music awards

Taylor Swift dominated the Billboard music awards, winning in eight categories including artist of the year and best female artist.… Read More.