What Happened on 22 June 2015

Pakistan: Heatwave in Sindh province claims 120 lives

A heatwave has left more than 120 people dead in Pakistan’s Sindh province, with temperatures soaring to… Read More.

Charleston killings: Nine victims remembered as black church reopens

The names of the victims of the Charleston shootings were read out at the Emanuel AME church during its first… Read More.

Those who make weapons can't call themselves Christian: Pope Francis

Making an unusually strong statement against the weapons industry, Pope Francis labelled those who manufacture arms or make investments in… Read More.

Ignore latest WikiLeaks cables, Saudi Arabia tells its citizens

The Saudi regime has urged its citizens to ignore the cables leaked by WikiLeaks that give a glimpse into the… Read More.

Millions of people participate in International Yoga Day worldwide

Millions of people across the world took part in the first International Yoga Day. In India, the… Read More.

Afghanistan parliament attack: Six gunmen killed

    The security forces… Read More.

Bank of China scam: Italian prosecutors seek to indict 300 people

Prosecutors in Italy are seeking to indict the Milan branch of the Bank of China and around… Read More.

Greece crisis: EU leaders gather in Brussels for emergency summit

Europe’s leaders are gathering in Brussels for an emergency summit that could decide whether a breakthrough in… Read More.

Murray beats Anderson in straight sets to win fourth Queen's Club crown

Andy Murray overwhelmed Kevin Anderson in straight sets to win his fourth Queen's Club title. The Briton took a little… Read More.

Nico Rosberg overtakes Lewis Hamilton, wins Austrian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg won the Austrian Grand Prix in a controlled and confident performance, reducing the World Championship lead of his… Read More.

New European police team to track and block ISIS social media accounts

A new police team with members from various European nations is being created to trace and block web and social… Read More.

Poland: 1,400 passengers grounded after hack attack on airline's computers

Unidentified hackers targeted the ground computer systems of Poland’s LOT airline, leading to the grounding of some… Read More.

Gunther Schuller, Pulitzer-winning composer and musician, dies aged 89

Gunther Schuller, a Pulitzer-winning American composer, has died aged 89. Schuller, who was also an educator, horn player and one… Read More.