What Happened on 29 June 2012
The United Nations has expressed its concern over Mali's historical city of Timbuktu as violence in the country's north escalates.… Read More.
An Indian man has returned to his country after spending more than 30 years in jail in Pakistan for spying.… Read More.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declared President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare reform act is constitutional. The court upheld a core… Read More.
The boss of French media and telecoms group Vivendi is stepping down following a dispute with his board over the… Read More.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has announced plans to split the $60 billion media giant into two companies. The move should… Read More.
The boss of British bank Barclays says its manipulation of lending rates was "limited to a small number of people".… Read More.
Kenyan police have charged the world's 3,000 meter steeplechase champion, Ezekiel Kemboi, with assault after a woman alleged he stabbed… Read More.
David Beckham has been omitted from Britain's Olympic football squad. The Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder was widely expected to win… Read More.
Owners of Android smartphones can now run their favorite apps on an Apple Mac computer via a programe produced by… Read More.
Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is to delay the launch of its new phone operating system Blackberry 10 and… Read More.
The creator of Thunderbirds, Gerry Anderson, has revealed he has Alzheimer's Disease. The 83-year-old was diagnosed 18 months ago but… Read More.
E.L. James's Fifty Shades of Grey has become the fastest adult paperback novel to sell one million print copies. The… Read More.