David Cameron In Nigeria And Other Events In History
Here is a rundown of what happened in the past, on this day:
Conrad develops a vaginal gel containing Gilead Science Inc.’s AIDS drug Viread. In a trial in South Africa, scientists announce that the gel has reduced HIV infections by 54%.
A pipeline explosion causes the closure of one of China’s biggest ports, Dalian. The government say that 1,500 tons of oil were spilled.
Two Pakistani Christian brothers are killed after being accused of blasphemy by alleged Pakistani Muslims.
The mastermind behind a cyber malicious software code, Mariposa botnet, is arrested in Slovenia. The software, which steals credit card information, has affected 12 million computers.
Harvard University student of ethics, Aaron Schwartz, is charged with hacking into the MIT computer network to intentions of stealing over 4.5 million academic articles from JSTOR.
NASA releases the first image of the asteroid Vesta shot from its Dawn spacecraft.
David Cameron, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is on a visit to Nigeria. He hopes to push the message of trade and democracy.
Muslim and Christian in Jos, Nigeria have engaged in a clash that has left five people dead and 12 injured.
Over 15,000 people are joined together in holy matrimony in Indonesia. Their intention is to receive free marriage certificates.
A Chinese and an Australian man, who are part of an international drug syndicate, are arrested when drugs worth $133 million (N20,969,445,000) were seized.
China indicates interest in offering $20 billion (N3,153,300,000,000) worth of loans to Africa.
Zimbabwe’s first independent television station, 1st TV, goes on air. For 30 years, President Robert Mugabe has held monopoly over the media.
Forbes Media agrees to sell a majority stake to Asian investors. Forbes is worth $475 million (N78,300,425,000).