What Happened on 28 June 2012
Nigerians should limit the number of children they are having, the country's leader has said. President Goodluck Jonathan stated people… Read More.
Heavy rains resulting in multiple landslides over the past three days have killed at least 90 people in southeast Bangladesh.… Read More.
Gunmen have attacked a Syrian pro-government TV channel, leaving seven people dead. Journalists and security guards were killed in the… Read More.
Coca-Cola has announced it will invest $5 billion in India in a bid to boost its market share. The investment… Read More.
Oil and gas producers in the Gulf of Mexico have restarted nearly all output shut due to Tropical Storm Debby.… Read More.
British bank Barclays has been fined $450 million for trying to manipulate a key bank interest rate that influences the… Read More.
Belgian star Kim Clijsters reached the third round of Wimbledon and reigning U.S. Open champion Sam Stosur suffered a second-round… Read More.
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport has apologized for publishing a cartoon depicting Mario Balotelli as King Kong. The cartoon, depicting… Read More.
A U.S. court has banned sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet while it decides on the firm's patent dispute… Read More.
Google has unveiled its first tablet computer as it seeks to replicate its smartphone success in the tablet market and… Read More.
British rock band Muse have announced their new single Survival will be the official song for the London 2012 Olympic… Read More.
Hollywood screenwriter and director Nora Ephron, who scripted films such as When Harry Met Sally and Sleepless in Seattle, has… Read More.