What Happened on 24 September 2012
At least 10 people were killed in an avalanche on Sunday morning in Nepal on Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest peak.… Read More.
Britain is to establish joint diplomatic overseas missions with Canada, the UK Foreign Secretary William Hague is due to announce… Read More.
The former police chief at the center of one of China's biggest political scandals has been sentenced to 15 years… Read More.
Societe Generale is looking to boost profits at its retail banking arms in Russia and Romania, according to a report… Read More.
Nigeria's central bank has banned loans to 113 firms that have failed to repay debts after a financial crisis brought… Read More.
Britain announced on Monday it would allocate $1.6 billion towards a new state-backed business bank. to boost lending to smaller… Read More.
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is to send Lance Armstrong's file to the cycling world governing body this week… Read More.
South African former world heavyweight boxing champion Cornelius "Corrie" Sanders died on Sunday after being shot by armed robbers. The… Read More.
China's Huawei Technologies, the world's second biggest telecom equipment maker, expects revenue from its consumer devices unit to increase by… Read More.
Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group, which manufactures Apple's iPhones and components for top global electronics companies, shut a plant in northern… Read More.
The lead singer of American rock band Green Day has revealed he is seeking treatment for substance abuse. A statement… Read More.