News archive from 7 January 2016, page 15

Guantanamo detainees transferred to Ghana

Guantanamo detainees transferred to Ghana

Two Yemeni detainees held at the controversial US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have been transferred to Ghana. The Pentagon said Khalid al-Dhuby had been approved for release since 2006 and Mahmoud Omar Bin Atef since 2009. Both have been...

BBC, 04:06 in World News
 
Transfer News: Bournemouth's El Shaarawy loan, Southampton done deal, Everton medical

Transfer News: Bournemouth's El Shaarawy loan, Southampton done deal, Everton medical

Bournemouth have launched an ambitious loan bid for AC Milan forward Stephan El Shaarawy with a view to a permanent £10m deal in the summer. According to The Daily Mail, the Cherries are trying to bring the Italy international, who has been out on...

Daily Star, 04:08 in Sport
 

'No tolerance or compromise' – China's media slams North Korea nuclear test

Beijing should show “no tolerance and compromise” towards Pyongyang over its nuclear weapons programme, China’s international mouthpiece said on Thursday following Kim Jong-un’s unexpected nuclear test. In an editorial, the China Daily newspaper said...

 
Mufti Mohammad Sayeed: India Kashmir leader dead

Mufti Mohammad Sayeed: India Kashmir leader dead

India's Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has died after a brief illness, aged 79. Mr Sayeed, who was admitted to a hospital in Delhi two weeks ago, was suffering from a number of health problems, reports say. He founded the People's...

BBC, 04:13 in World News
 
Pathankot attack: India-Pakistan peace talks derailed?

Pathankot attack: India-Pakistan peace talks derailed?

On Christmas Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a landmark visit to Pakistan to meet his counterpart Nawaz Sharif, the first such visit in over a decade. Two weeks on, and events have taken a disturbing, if predictable turn. On 2 January,...

BBC, 04:13 in World News
 
AUDIO: Torvill and Dean skating back for Sheffield kids

AUDIO: Torvill and Dean skating back for Sheffield kids

ICE dancing legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are planning to skate back to Sheffield - not to do the Bolero but to help sick, disabled and disadvantaged kids on to the ice. And in an exclusive chat - listen to it in full here - they praised...

 

Australian Isis sympathiser preaching online again after 2014 arrest

A Melbourne-based Islamic State sympathiser once identified as among the most influential online cheerleaders for foreign jihadis has returned to preaching using a video chat site. Musa Cerantonio participated in an online event on 25 December hosted...

 
Jobs in store at new Aldi at Guiseley

Jobs in store at new Aldi at Guiseley

UP to 50 jobs are set to be created after Aldi won planning permission to build a new ‘eco’ store on land off Bradford Road at Guiseley. Work on the new 1,254 sq mt store, which is planned between the BP petrol station and the Wetherby Whaler, is...

 
Candles lit at Charlie Hebdo offices ahead of anniversary

Candles lit at Charlie Hebdo offices ahead of anniversary

Parisians have laid flowers and lit candles at the former office of Charlie Hebdo ahead of the anniversary on Thursday of the attack on the magazine. Mourners stopped in ones and twos by the building on the Rue Nicolas-Appert, where a plaque was...

BBC, 04:28 in World News
 

Manchester United close on £36.9m Felipe Anderson transfer as Lazio find replacement – report

Manchester United are closing in on the signing of Felipe Anderson with Lazio having already identified a perfect replacement, say reports. United have been strongly linked with Brazilian attacker Anderson during the first few days of the January...

Metro, 04:28 in Sport
 
Robert Snodgrass: 'I'm ready to roll up my sleeves and fight for Hull City'

Robert Snodgrass: 'I'm ready to roll up my sleeves and fight for Hull City'

ROBERT Snodgrass is ready to grasp every chance that comes his way as he aims to assume a lead role in the second half of Hull City's season. A month after making his long-awaited return from injury, Snodgrass could be handed his first start at the KC...

 

Penny Wong scoffs at 'entertaining but erratic' Barnaby Joyce leading National party

Barnaby Joyce does not have the “sober and sensible approach” required to become deputy prime minister, the acting opposition leader, Penny Wong, has said. Wong labelled Joyce, who has reiterated his desire to become the next leader of the National...

 
Trump demands more sanctions against North Korea amid ALL-OUT NUCLEAR WAR fears

Trump demands more sanctions against North Korea amid ALL-OUT NUCLEAR WAR fears

North Korea yesterday conducted its first hydrogen bomb test – triggering an earthquake near the state's main nuclear site. The tremors from the 5.1 magnitude eruption were felt miles away from the Punggye-ri test site in the north east of the...

 
Donald Trump fan's HILARIOUS reaction after meeting the White House hopeful

Donald Trump fan's HILARIOUS reaction after meeting the White House hopeful

Robin Roy, a supporter of the notorious Republican leader candidate was snapped screaming with excitement while standing close to the blond-haired businessman. The original photograph was taken on Monday at a rally in Lowell, Massachusetts....

 

Malcolm Turnbull to discuss terrorism and security during US visit this month

Malcolm Turnbull has locked in the dates for his first trip to the United States since becoming the Australian prime minister, with the talks likely to focus on terrorism and regional security. Turnbull is due to visit Washington DC on 18 and 19...

 


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