What Happened on 25 May 2012
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has said their candidate had an early lead over fellow Islamists and rivals who served under ousted… Read More.
At least 25 people have been killed during tribal clashes over land rights along the Burkina Faso-Mali border. The violence… Read More.
A U.S. Senate panel has cut $33 million in aid to Pakistan following the jailing of a Pakistani doctor who… Read More.
British energy company BG plans to spend at least $30 billion into oil and natural gas output in Brazil by… Read More.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has asked to opt out of earning dividend income on the more than 1 million… Read More.
The director of the Vatican Bank, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, has been removed from his post for dereliction of duty. The… Read More.
Hawk-Eye goal-line technology will be tested during England's home friendly against Belgium at Wembley next month. Independent testers and representatives… Read More.
The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) is pushing to make racist abuse a fireable offence for professional players in England next… Read More.
PayPal has struck deals with 15 retailers including Toys R Us, J C Penney and Barnes & Noble enabling consumers… Read More.
Facebook has launched a photo-sharing smartphone app called Camera, allowing users to take pictures and share them straightaway rather than… Read More.
Singer Elton John has been forced to cancel his The Million Dollar Piano show in Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace this weekend after… Read More.
The family of an actress injured on the set of Transformers 3 has been awarded an $18.5 million settlement. Gabriela… Read More.