What Happened on 21 May 2013
At least 91 people, including 20 children, were killed after a… Read More.
More than 70 people were killed in a series of bombings across Iraq on Monday. At least 14 people lost… Read More.
India and China have pledged to settle a long-running border dispute and promote "peace and tranquility'" visiting Chinese Premier Li… Read More.
The rate of inflation in the UK dropped to 2.4 percent in April, according to the Office for National Statistics… Read More.
Budget airline Ryanair reported record full-year profits and revenues on Monday. The rise comes in spite of spiralling fuel costs,… Read More.
US drugs manufacturer Actavis is to acquire Dublin-based Warner Chilcott for $8.5 billion. Monday’s announcement comes after the two companies… Read More.
Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho agreed on Monday that the Portuguese coach will leave the La Liga club at the… Read More.
South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, charged for the murder of his girlfriend, will not compete in any events this year,… Read More.
A group of former Nokia software developers launched its first smartphone on Monday. Jolla was founded by Nokia's former MeeGo… Read More.
Hackers may have stolen the login names of up to 22 million Yahoo Japan customers, it was revealed on Monday.… Read More.
American singer Prince has inked a new deal with Kobalt Music Group giving him the power to market and distribute… Read More.
Canadian heartthrob Justin Bieber and country songstress Taylor Swift won the top prizes on Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards.… Read More.