What Happened on 21 July 2015

Canada election: 1.4 million expats barred from voting

About 1.4 million expat Canadians have been barred from voting in the general election by a court in Read More.

Burundi polls: President Pierre Nkurunziza seeks third term

Voters in Burundi are casting their ballot amid violence and unrest as President Pierre Nkurunziza seeks a controversial third term… Read More.

EU falls short of redistribution target for migrants

EU has fallen short of its own target to agree to redistribute 40,000 migrants currently stranded in Read More.

Turkey bomb attack: PM Ahmet Davutoglu promises to boost border security

Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has pledged to step up security along the Syrian border after a… Read More.

Jet maker Lockheed Martin to buy Sikorsky for $9bn

Lockheed Martin, the fighter jet manufacturer, is buying helicopter maker Sikorsky for $9 billion. This will be Lockheed’s biggest purchase… Read More.

US investment bank Morgan Stanley posts $1.7bn profit

Morgan Stanley has posted a second-quarter net profit of $1.7 billion, down from the $1.8 billion reported in the previous… Read More.

Paypal valued at almost $50bn after Nasdaq relisting

PayPal, the online payment firm, has been valued at close to $50 billion after it split from its parent company… Read More.

IBM posts drop in sales for 13th consecutive quarter

Technology giant IBM has posted a 13.5% drop in revenue to $20.8 billion and a 17% fall in net profit… Read More.

Greek government makes €2bn repayment to IMF

The Greek government has cleared its €2.05 billion debt repayment to the IMF, the agency has confirmed. The EU had… Read More.

Open 2015: America's Zach Johnson wins second major title

Zach Johnson, the 2007 Masters winner, clinched his second major title on an exciting final day at the 2015 Open… Read More.

Dating site Ashley Madison's customer data stolen by hackers

Customer data of controversial dating website Ashley Madison, which helps married people cheat on their spouses, has been stolen by… Read More.

US: Josh Greenberg, co-founder of music streaming website, found dead

Josh Greenberg, the 28-year-old co-founder of a music streaming website that recently shut down, was found dead at his home… Read More.