News archive from 8 January 2016

Owner tells how cat “squealed like a baby” as deadly dog mauled it to death

Owner tells how cat “squealed like a baby” as deadly dog mauled it to death

A cat was squealing like a baby while it was being mauled to death by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, a court has heard. Boston Magistrates Court heard that defendant Scott Venables, 37, of Puritan Way, was door knocking, trying to sell flowers along...

 
Paul Merson questions Arsene Wenger's transfer plans as Arsenal near midfielder deal

Paul Merson questions Arsene Wenger's transfer plans as Arsenal near midfielder deal

The Gunners have all but secured a £7m deal for Basel midfielder Mohamed Elneny. WILL ARSENAL BEAT SUNDERLAND IN THE FA CUP? PLAY OUR FREE PREDICTOR GAME NOW TO WIN A 3D TV AND PS4! The 23-year-old, who is understood to have agreed a four-and-a-half...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Apple buys artificial intelligence startup Emotient: WSJ

Apple buys artificial intelligence startup Emotient: WSJ

Apple Inc bought Emotient Inc, an artificial intelligence startup that reads people's emotions by analyzing facial expressions, the Wall Street Journal reported. The report did not specify the financial terms of the deal. The tech giant's plans for...

 
Jürgen Klopp forced on defensive over Liverpool team changes

Jürgen Klopp forced on defensive over Liverpool team changes

Jürgen Klopp risks FA Cup embarrassment for his side after the Liverpool manager said that he will field a “very young” team in tonight’s third-round tie away to Exeter City because of the club’s injury crisis. The German insisted that his selection...

The Times, 00:10 in Sport
 
Falcao looks set to be on way out of Chelsea

Falcao looks set to be on way out of Chelsea

Window Watch Radamel Falcao looks likely to leave Chelsea this month after returning to Monaco, his parent club, this week. The French club want a closer look at the striker, who is sidelined with a thigh injury, before making a final decision....

The Times, 00:10 in Sport
 
Wycombe bring 46-year-old out of retirement

Wycombe bring 46-year-old out of retirement

A 46-year-old who last played ten years ago will be on the Wycombe Wanderers bench to face Aston Villa in the FA Cup third-round tie at Adams Park tomorrow. Barry Richardson is the Wycombe goalkeeping coach and he had thought that his playing days...

The Times, 00:10 in Sport
 
Cup set for TV officials trial

Cup set for TV officials trial

The FA Cup could be used to trial video assistance for referees next season after Martin Glenn, the FA chief executive, last night welcomed a significant advance in the adoption of an extra official in front of a TV screen. The International Football...

The Times, 00:10 in Sport
 
Very quickly I began to feel like a messiah

Very quickly I began to feel like a messiah

I had no idea of the significance of ball number 64 when I pulled it from the hat for the FA Cup third-round draw 11 years ago. I was stood alongside Gary Pallister and he had drawn out Manchester United to play at home. It would be tough for whoever...

The Times, 00:10 in Sport
 

IT’S ALWAYS SOMEONE ELSE’S FAULT

Osborne admits British economy faces a tough time in 2016 – then goes on to blame the rest of the world for troubles by Our News Desk GEORGE OSBORNE blamed everyone else in the world for his disastrous austerity yesterday as he offered a grim New Year...

 

Blair ignored terror warning by Gadaffi

Transcripts shows Libyan leader foresaw threat from Islamists TONY BLAIR may have “wrongfully ignored” a warning from Colonel Muammar Gadaffi of Islamist attacks on Europe, newly released telephone transcripts revealed yesterday. The former Labour...

 

Spare Environment Agency further cuts, demands GMB

Roache wants EA excluded from slashing of Defra’s budget NEW GMB general secretary Tim Roache demanded yesterday that the Environment Agency (EA) be excluded from a 15 per cent spending cut at the government department overseeing it. Mr Roache made...

 

Libya: 60 police killed in bomb massacre

by Our Foreign Desk AT LEAST 60 Libyan police were killed and 200 injured yesterday when a huge lorry bomb exploded at a training camp in the country’s west. The attack took place in the coastal town of Zliten, 100 miles east of the capital Tripoli —...

 

Merkel: sex attackers can be kicked out

by Our Foreign Desk GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel warned yesterday that any refugees involved in the city-centre sex attacks at New Year could be booted out of the country. She said: “We must examine again and again whether we have already done what...

 

United States: Custody-death officer fired and charged with perjury

by Our Foreign Desk A TEXAS police officer who arrested a black woman who subsequently died in custody was fired on Wednesday after being charged with perjury. State trooper Brian Encinia claimed in a statement that Sandra Bland had been “combative...

 

When will the penny drop?

“DON’T blame me. Problems with our economy are the rest of the world’s fault,” says Chancellor George Osborne. Just two months after regaling the House of Commons with a host of sunshine stories dressed up as the Autumn Statement, he now recognises...

 


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