What Happened on 19 September 2012
Striking miners at a Lonmin-owned platinum mine in South Africa are to return to work on Thursday. Miners were told… Read More.
A key regional party has pulled out of India's ruling coalition over plans to open the country’s lucrative retail sector… Read More.
A new secretly filmed video clip was released on Tuesday featuring U.S. Republican candidate Mitt Romney saying the Palestinians are… Read More.
BP shut a Norwegian oil and gas field on Tuesday in the wake of a potentially dangerous leak. The closure… Read More.
Uganda has confirmed it has discovered an additional one billion barrels of oil in the country. In 2006, the east… Read More.
Greece's central bank chief George Provopoulos has cut his salary by almost a third in a bid to reduce costs… Read More.
Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner was jailed on charges of drunk-driving and speeding on Tuesday, just hours after he… Read More.
The Toronto Blue Jays suspended Yunel Escobar for three games on Tuesday for wearing eye-black displaying a homophobic slur written… Read More.
The German government has urged the public to temporarily stop using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer after the discovery of a virus… Read More.
China's Alibaba Group has repurchased half the stake Yahoo owned in the company for $7.6 billion as it edges closer… Read More.
Electronic voting will be used for the first time to choose the winners of the Oscars, the Academy of Motion… Read More.