What Happened on 30 May 2012
Rescuers in northern Italy are continuing to search through rubble for more survivors after a 5.8 magnitude earthquake killed… Read More.
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Thailand on her first trip outside the country in more… Read More.
The United States, France, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands and Switzerland are expelling senior Syrian diplomats… Read More.
BP is set to resume operations in Libya as stability returns to the country following the 2011 uprising against… Read More.
Three Spanish savings banks, Ibercaja, Liberbank and Caja3, have approved a merger in a bid to boost their weakened balance… Read More.
Facebook shares have dipped below $29 for the first time since their flotation. The shares were launched at $38 less… Read More.
Poland and Ukraine have dismissed charges of racism and mob violence made by the British press and have vouched… Read More.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has suggested suspending professional soccer in the country for up to three years due to… Read More.
Blackberry smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM) has warned it will make a loss in its latest quarter and cut… Read More.
Iran has said it has developed a program that can defend against the cyber attack Flame malware. The… Read More.
A $250 million painting by U.S. artist Jackson Pollock has been returned to the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art… Read More.