What Happened on 23 May 2012
A South African farm worker has been found guilty of murdering white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche in 2010. … Read More.
Argentine officials have discovered explosives at a theatre in the capital Buenos Aires, where former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe was… Read More.
Egyptians are casting their ballots in their first free presidential election since the start of the country's 5,000-year recorded history.… Read More.
British luxury brand Burberry has reported a 26 percent jump in profit as expected. The 156-year-old seller of checkered raincoats… Read More.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the UK should consider cutting interest rates and quantitative easing in a bid… Read More.
Facebook shares fell a further 9 percent on Tuesday following reports of legal action and concerns over the disclosure of… Read More.
Manchester City have added another honor alongside the Premier League title after topping the ING Direct Value table. The UK… Read More.
Formula 1's largest shareholder, CVC Capital, has sold its 21 percent stake for an estimated $1.6 billion. The sale reduces… Read More.
The inventor of the television remote control has died at the age of 96. Eugene Polley passed away of natural… Read More.
Dell has forecast disappointing second-quarter revenue due to a decrease in U.S. and European corporate tech spending and personal computer… Read More.
The North Carolina town that became District 12 in the blockbuster film The Hunger Games goes up for auction in… Read More.