News archive from 5 October 2012

Liverpool 2 Udinese 3: Di Natale and Co stun Kop with second half comeback to snatch win

Udinese came from behind to stun Liverpool with shock win at Anfield. Second half goals from Antonio Di Natale, Giovanni Pasquale and an own goal from Sebastian Coates put the Italians in the box seat even when Luis Suarez pulled one back with a...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 

Newcastle 3 Bordeaux 0: Gift of the Gab gives Euro lift to Pardew

Gabriel Obertan produced a moment of magic against his former club to set Alan Pardew's side on their way to an impressive Europa League victory.The French winger, who has struggled on Tyneside since his move from Manchester United, lit up a dour...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 

Blackburn burglar is jailed for 16 months

A BURGLAR who stole a car after breaking into a house in Blackburn has been jailed for 16 months. Jamie Quigley, 20, of Peridot Close, Blackburn, admitted burglary and unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle at Preston Crown Court. He admitted breaking...

 

Blackburn burglar is jailed for 16 months

A BURGLAR who stole a car after breaking into a house in Blackburn has been jailed for 16 months. Jamie Quigley, 20, of Peridot Close, Blackburn, admitted burglary and unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle at Preston Crown Court. He admitted breaking...

 

Mendes promises 007 fans an 'epic'

Sam Mendes has promised James Bond fans an "epic" film when Skyfall hits cinema screens this month. The Oscar-winning director said the superspy would be a "three-dimensional" character and hinted the film could almost match On Her...

 

Spain does not need a bailout - Luis de Guindos

Spain's economy minister Luis de Guindos has denied that his country needs a bailout. His speech in London was interrupted by a group of protesters who waved placards saying "Spain for sale" - opposition to austerity cuts is high in the...

BBC, 22:16 in Business
 

Ex-Greek deputy interior minister in wealth probe kills himself

Tzanis served as deputy interior minister from 1999-2000 after being elected to parliament as a lawmaker for the socialist PASOK party in 1993. A lawyer, he was married with two children. No further details were available on the circumstances...

 
In mobile-computing boom, a battle rages for marketing

In mobile-computing boom, a battle rages for marketing

Three years on, as the company moves aggressively into the mobile computing business with its Kindle tablets and ereaders, Amazon has already spent $34 million on TV advertising for the Kindle in the first half of the year, according to Kantar Media,...

 
AT&T to sell Nokia's latest Lumias, Samsung camera

AT&T to sell Nokia's latest Lumias, Samsung camera

Nokia's introduction of the latest Lumia's last month was met with disappointment because of a lack of details including carrier partners, launch dates, prices for the smartphones powered by Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system. Struggling Finnish...

 
Border tensions rise as Turkey reacts to Syrian mortar attack

Border tensions rise as Turkey reacts to Syrian mortar attack

TURKEY'S parliament authorised military operations against Syria yesterday as its army used artillery to fire on targets across the border for a second day, after an incoming mortar shell from Syria killed five civilians in a Turkish town. Syria...

 

US Presidential election: Romney wins first debate

REPUBLICAN hopeful Mitt Romney received a boost yesterday after opinion polls declared he had trounced Barack Obama in the first head-to-head debate of the US presidential campaign. Mr Romney landed several heavy blows during the televised live event...

 

Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade closing businesses in Europe

Charles Schwab warned clients on Tuesday it would close the European arm of OptionsXpress, its derivatives trading unit, on November 30. Schwab told customers in an email seen by Reuters: "It is important that you take steps today to transfer...

Reuters, 22:23 in Business
 
Internet’s freedom must be protected says William Hague

Internet’s freedom must be protected says William Hague

DEMOCRATIC governments must protect the freedom of the internet - even when it provokes crises like the anti-Islamic video, Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday. • Speaking at a cyberspace conference William Hague warned of the threat to...

 

Man in Glasgow isolation ward with deadly virus

The patient, who returned to Glasgow on a connecting flight from Dubai on Tuesday, is in a critical condition at Gartnavel General Hospital's Brownlee Centre, which specialises in infectious diseases.He was admitted to hospital within three hours of...

The Herald, 22:28 in Health
 
Russia dismisses talk of new spy scandal with U.S.

Russia dismisses talk of new spy scandal with U.S.

The U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday it had broken up an elaborate network aimed at illegally acquiring U.S.-made microelectronic components for Russian military and spy agencies. It charged 11 people with taking part. The Russian Foreign...

 


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