News archive from 5 July 2015

Chile 0-0 Argentina (4-1 pens): Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez scores winning penalty as hosts clinch Copa...

Chile won their first ever major trophy after beating Argentina on penalties to clinch Copa America glory at the National Stadium in Santiago on Saturday night. Alexis Sanchez scored the winning spot kick to send the partisan crowd into raptures after...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

WIMBLEDON 2015: Sportsmail's Laurie Whitwell and Stuart Fraser share their views on day six at SW19

Sportsmail duo Laurie Whitwell and Stuart Fraser give their day six verdict which was highlighted by a slight scare for British No 1 Andy Murray.  The Brit eventually earned a spot in the fourth round, but needed four sets and a lengthy medical break...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Stuart Broad and Merv Hughes run the rule through England and Australia teams ahead of the Ashes

With the Ashes fast approaching, Stuart Broad gives the inside track on his England team-mates while Merv Hughes casts an eye over the tourists' team...   Alastair Cook (cpt, Essex) Age: 30 Tests: 114 Ashes Tests: 25 Runs: 1,787 Ave: 39.71. HS: 235*...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Tunisia beach attack: local heroes now face unemployment

There will be no medals for the Tunisian beach crews who threw themselves in the way of bullets in the bloody Sousse tourist massacre. In fact, by next week many of them will have no jobs. In this forest Tunisia is the only flower of democracy. And...

 

More than 100 firefighters battle warehouse fire in west London

Dramatic pictures have emerged of more than 100 firefighters battling a warehouse blaze on Saturday. Plumes of thick black smoke could be seen for miles as the flames tore through the two-storey building in Perivale, west London. One photograph posted...

 
Polls show dead heat as Greeks vote on EU bailout

Polls show dead heat as Greeks vote on EU bailout

THE rival campaigns in Greece came to a halt yesterday on the eve of a closely watched bailout referendum, with voters in a dead heat over whether to defy creditors and push for better repayment terms or essentially seek new political leadership to...

 
Latin America’s ‘Dr Death’ emerges from shadows

Latin America’s ‘Dr Death’ emerges from shadows

Dr Gustavo Quintana walks out of a modest, two-floor apartment building in southern Bogota. Inside his black doctor's bag are vials containing anaesthesia and muscle relaxants, a syringe and a rubber tourniquet. The man known in Colombia as "Dr...

 
Analysis: Tsipras could still lose if No side wins

Analysis: Tsipras could still lose if No side wins

Vote against EU plan would spell trouble for Greek leader if banks have to stay shut WHETHER Greeks decide in today’s referendum to accept their lenders’ bailout deal or reject it, the government’s hold on power may be shakier than its brash prime...

 
Stars call on Obama to free Guantanamo Briton

Stars call on Obama to free Guantanamo Briton

A HOST of film stars, musicians and politicians have called on US president Barack Obama to release Britain's last Guantanamo detainee on Independence Day. In an open letter, actors including Ralph Fiennes and Sir Patrick Stewart, and musicians...

 
Edinburgh film scene to get its own tour guides

Edinburgh film scene to get its own tour guides

FROM the cobbled streets and gothic architecture of the Royal Mile to the Georgian splendour of the New Town, it has provided inspiration to hundreds of film-makers. Now Edinburgh’s starring role in films such as The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie and...

 

Germany 0-1 England: Lionesses roar to victory in third place play-off tie as England win unprecedented...

England women became the most successful national side in football for almost 50 years yesterday when they beat Germany for the first time to finish third at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. A Fara Williams penalty in extra-time gave Mark...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Manchester United should invest in a women's team says MP Barbara Keeley  

It has long since been a point of debate as to why Manchester United do not have a women's team. When rivals City re-launched last year, they did so by signing a raft of England internationals, including captain Steph Houghton. United, though, are...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

England win first medal since 1996 as ladies seal historic third place play-off win at Women's World Cup

Well this is something you don't see everyday - an England team picking up a medal at a World Cup. It wasn't quite a winners or runners medal for the England ladies team, but it was a third place finish one after a 1-0 victory over Germany. The...

Metro, 00:08 in Sport
 

Escape from the vicarage as Agatha Christie brand gets TV makeover

Forget Poirot’s “little grey cells” and the gently clicking knitting needles of Miss Marple, the future of Agatha Christie on television is action-packed and scary, complete with fistfights, chases, international espionage and realistic violence. The...

 

Zombies, creepers and kids all flock to Minecraft’s block party

As a corporate conference venue, London’s ExCeL Centre is regularly overwhelmed by besuited executives dealing in arcane business jargon. This weekend, however, an altogether different sub-culture was in charge, as Creepers, Zombies, Skeletons and...

 


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