News archive from 7 May 2015, page 6

Joel Campbell to be used in STUNNING swap deal to bring William Carvalho to Arsenal

Joel Campbell to be used in STUNNING swap deal to bring William Carvalho to Arsenal

Reports in Portugal say that Sporting Lisbon are considering a move for out-of favour Gunners striker Joel Campbell. And, according to the Evening Standard, Arsenal are now looking to use Campbell has a makeweight to land Carvalho. Campbell was...

Daily Star, 01:21 in Sport
 
Is this the big clue Man United have completed £55m double swoop?

Is this the big clue Man United have completed £55m double swoop?

Leading bookmakers have slashed the odds on Nathaniel Clyne and Mats Hummels joining United in the summer. Southampton star Clyne, 24, is a staggering 1/10 ON to sign for United at the end of the season. And Hummels, 26, is 2/5 to leave Borussia...

Daily Star, 01:21 in Sport
 

Eureka! Pictures capture moment wild gorilla works out how to use tools - the first time behaviour has ever...

For the first time, a gorilla in the wild has been seen using tools - using a stick to capture and then eat ants. Previously the behaviour had only been seen in chimpanzees. Researchers were observing one of eight mountain gorilla groups habituated to...

 

West Ham Player Awards: Aaron Cresswell wins hat-trick of gongs including Hammer of the Year and Players'...

Aaron Cresswell picked up a hat-trick of awards at the West Ham Player Awards after an impressive debut season in the Premier League. The 25-year-old left back netted the Hammer of the Year and Players' Player of the Year after an impressive debut...

Daily Mail, 01:24 in Sport
 

Netanyahu clinches deal to form new Israeli government

"Israel now has a government," Naftali Bennett, the head of the far-right Jewish Home party announced at parliament after hours of haggling with Netanyahu's Likud deputies over cabinet positions, which were not immediately announced....

 
Business as usual for Egypt and the West

Business as usual for Egypt and the West

The renewal of US arms shipments to Egypt has come in spite of the fact some observers say the country is worse under President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi than it was under its former leader Hosni Mubarak, who lost the support of the Americans during the...

BBC, 01:25 in World News
 

Gareth Bale could be heading out of Real Madrid: Where might the Welshman go?  

When Gareth Bale arrived at Real Madrid as the world's most expensive player in September 2013 for £86million, there was plenty expected of him.  In his first season, he duly delivered, helping the club to the Champions League and Copa del Rey titles,...

Daily Mail, 01:35 in Sport
 

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic soaks up 'vitamin D and Z' with no Champions League football...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Paris Saint-Germain were eliminated from the Champions League in the quarter-final by Barcelona, so the striker made the most of his midweek break by soaking up the sun. The 33-year-old posted a picture on his Instagram page of...

Daily Mail, 01:35 in Sport
 

Australia's NAB to demerge Clydesdale Bank and raise $5.5bn in capital

National Australia Bank will demerge its troubled Clydesdale Bank business and seek A$5.5bn (£2.87bn) in one of Australia’s biggest ever capital raisings. The bank said on Thursday that the fundraising would bolster its balance sheet and provide a...

Guardian, 01:38 in Business
 
General Election 2015 live blog

General Election 2015 live blog

SCOTLAND'S political landscape could be dramatically altered today as the country goes to the ballot box in the 2015 General Election. With opinion polls predicting substantial SNP gains, the ramifications of the vote in Scotland is expected to have a...

Scotsman, 01:46 in Politics
 
Hatton Garden raid has 'ruined lives and livelihoods'

Hatton Garden raid has 'ruined lives and livelihoods'

The gang behind the Hatton Garden raid of 56 safe deposit boxes has "ruined the lives" and livelihoods of its victims, a loss adjuster has said. Rick Marchant told the BBC it was mainly small businesses that had been hit by the burglary at...

BBC, 01:47 in World News
 
Asia slips, euro hovers at two-month peak amid global bond rout

Asia slips, euro hovers at two-month peak amid global bond rout

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS fell 0.4 percent. Australian shares .AXJO shed 1.2 percent and South Korea's Kospi .KS11 also fell. Tokyo's Nikkei .N225 lost 0.6 percent in the first trading day of the week....

Reuters, 01:51 in Business
 
Tracing the children of the Holocaust

Tracing the children of the Holocaust

After World War Two, the BBC attempted to find relatives of children who had survived the Holocaust - they had lost their parents but it was believed they might have relatives in Britain. Seventy years on Alex Last has traced some of those children...

BBC, 01:53 in World News
 
Royal baby: Harassment plea at Kate and William's Norfolk home

Royal baby: Harassment plea at Kate and William's Norfolk home

Letters warning the media not to harass the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family have been handed out by police in a Norfolk village. The Royal Couple returned to Anmer Hall, their home on the Queen's Sandringham Estate, with newborn...

BBC, 02:00 in Regional
 
European lenders dash Greek hopes for quick aid deal

European lenders dash Greek hopes for quick aid deal

Talks between the two sides have dragged on for months without a breakthrough and EU officials say Greece's leftist government has failed to produce enough concessions for a deal at next Monday's meeting of euro zone finance ministers. "Since the...

Reuters, 02:00 in Business
 


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