What Happened on 25 June 2012

Tunisia extradites former Libyan PM

Libya's former Prime Minister al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi has been extradited to Libya from Tunisia, where he had fled following last year’s… Read More.

Mombasa bar blast leaves one dead, several injured

At least one person has died and several injured in an explosion at a bar in the Kenyan city of… Read More.

Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi declared Egypt president

The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi has been declared the winner of Egypt's presidential run-off elections. Morsi won 51.73 percent of… Read More.

Hankook Tire to supply to Daimler, reports

South Korean tyre maker Hankook Tire is looking to supply tyres for German car manufacturer Daimler, according to a Handelsblatt… Read More.

British bank NatWest opens on Sunday following IT systems failure

British bank NatWest opened 1,200 of its branches on a Sunday for the first time in its history in an… Read More.

Greece PM to miss EU summit following surgery

Greece's new Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will miss this week's EU summit as he recovers from eye surgery, according to… Read More.

France's Parker may miss London Olympics

French basketball team leader Tony Parker could miss the London Games due to a slow recovery of an injury to… Read More.

Saudi Arabia allows women to compete in London Olympics

Saudi Arabia is to allow its female athletes to take part in the Olympics for the first time. The decision… Read More.

Blackberry 10 to ditch QWERTY keyboard

Research in Motion has revealed its first smart phone to carry the new BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system, will not… Read More.

RIM mulls over splitting business, reports

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is considering splitting its business in two, separating its handset manufacturing division from its messaging… Read More.

Elvis Presley crypt pulled from auction

The crypt in which Elvis Presley was first buried has been withdrawn from a Los Angeles auction after fans urged… Read More.

2013 Hollywood Walk of Fame inductees announced

Twenty-four entertainment personalities are to be honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame next year, the Hollywood Chamber… Read More.