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What Happened on 22 May 2015

'Nut rage' case: Former Korean Air executive freed

Heather Cho, the former executive of Korean Air jailed in the infamous “nut rage” case, was freed after she won… Read More.

Israel won't be apologetic about land policies: Deputy foreign minister

Tzipi Hotovely, the new deputy foreign minister of Israel, has said that her country owed no apologies… Read More.

Guatemala: President Pérez dismisses key ministers after corruption allegations

Otto Pérez, the president of Guatemala, has fired several ministers and key officials as the political crisis… Read More.

Kent hit by 4.2 magnitude earthquake

  Kent was struck by a magnitude 4.2 earthquake on early Friday morning. No injuries or… Read More.

Colombia: At least 18 Farc rebels killed in a military offensive

The Colombian army has killed at least 18 Farc rebels in one of the deadliest encounters with the guerrillas since… Read More.

Two men captured by Ukrainian troops 'confess to being in Russian army': report

Two men seized by Ukrainian soldiers have confessed that they are members of Russia’s armed forces, according to a report… Read More.

HP sells 51% stake in China unit for $2.3bn

US firm Hewlett-Packard has decided to sell a 51% stake in its Chinese business to Tsinghua Holdings. The $2.3-billion deal… Read More.

Google, Facebook, Twitter 'could be blocked', warns Russian media watchdog

The Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor has warned Google, Facebook, and Twitter that they could be blocked if they failed to… Read More.

US: User data leaked after dating website Adult Friend Finder gets hacked

Dating website Adult Friend Finder has approached the police after a possible leak of client data. FriendFinder Networks, the site’s… Read More.