What Happened on 28 May 2015

Syria won't be used as launching pad to target west, says al-Nusra chief

The al-Nusra Front will not use Syrian territory as a launching pad to attack the west, Abu Mohamed al-Jolani, the… Read More.

Bangladesh considers moving Rohingya refugees to southern island

The Bangladeshi government plans to relocate Rohingya refugees to an island in the south of the country. According to the… Read More.

Russia's nuclear threats 'destabilizing and dangerous': Nato chief

Nato’s chief has described the “nuclear sabre-rattling” by Russia as “destabilizing and dangerous”. In blunt remarks, Jens… Read More.

Colombia: Negotiator for Farc rebel group killed in bombing raid

A Farc negotiator involved in peace talks in Cuba was killed in a bombing attack by Colombian… Read More.

US: Nebraska abolishes death penalty as lawmakers override governor's veto

Nebraska has become the latest US state to abolish death penalty after its lawmakers passed a veto-override.… Read More.

Europa League: Bacca scores twice as Sevilla beat Dnipro to clinch trophy

Carlos Bacca struck twice as Sevilla won their fourth Europa League title after defeating Dnipro 3-2 in a pulsating final.… Read More.

French Open: Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer advance; Simona Halep crashes out

Russia’s Maria Sharapova and Switzerland’s Roger Federer have advanced to the third round of the French Open. Defending champion Sharapova… Read More.

FIFA corruption scandal: Sponsors express serious concern

Key FIFA sponsors have expressed “serious” concern after top officials of football’s governing body were accused by US authorities of… Read More.

Email spying claims: Internet giant Yahoo faces class action lawsuit

Internet giant Yahoo faces a class action lawsuit in the US over allegations of accessing email content sent to Yahoo… Read More.