News archive from 9 October 2017

Alexis Sanchez hangs out with Chile legend Marcelo Salas ahead of crucial World Cup qualifier with Brazil

Alexis Sanchez and Chile are gearing up for a huge clash with Brazil on Wednesday and the Arsenal man took time to get some inspiration from La Roja legend Marcelo Salas. Sanchez took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and the former Juventus...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Alex Sandro: Chelsea transfer target lined up for new Juventus deal - Giuseppe Marotta

Alex Sandro: Chelsea transfer target lined up for new Juventus deal - Giuseppe Marotta

That's according to Allianz Stadium chief-executive Giuseppe Marotta. Sandro, 26, emerged as one of Chelsea's top transfer targets this summer following a couple of stellar years at Juventus. However, the Blues were unable to tempt the Serie A giants...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Rohingya crisis: Two die as boat capsizes off Bangladesh

Rohingya crisis: Two die as boat capsizes off Bangladesh

At least two have died after a boat packed with Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar capsized near the Bangladesh coast, officials say. A number of people are missing after the incident in the Naf river late on Sunday. It is thought about 100...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 
Ernesto Guevara: How my father inspired my Cuban motorcycle tours

Ernesto Guevara: How my father inspired my Cuban motorcycle tours

On 9 October 1967, guerrilla leader Ernesto "Che" Guevara was executed in Bolivia. Fifty years on, the BBC's Will Grant takes a motorbike tour of Cuba with the leader's son and asks him about the pressures of living under his father's...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 

Stuart Lancaster selecting Sam Burgess for 2015 World Cup was an 'almighty blunder', says RFU's former...

Ex-England boss Stuart Lancaster made an 'almighty blunder' selecting Sam Burgess for the 2015 World Cup, according to the Rugby Football Union's former of director of professional rugby Rob Andrew. Burgess became the scapegoat for England's World Cup...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 
The story not being talked about in Myanmar

The story not being talked about in Myanmar

Looking from Yangon, you would never know that a major humanitarian crisis has been unfolding for more than a month in Myanmar's western region of Rakhine. More than half a million Rohingya Muslims have fled across the border to Bangladesh since...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 
Beyonce looks just like daughter Blue Ivy in this throwback picture

Beyonce looks just like daughter Blue Ivy in this throwback picture

Proud mum Tina Lawson shared a picture of her famous daughter Beyonce getting her hair done as a child – and we couldn’t help but do a double take as young Bey is the spitting image of her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. Blue, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s...

Metro, 00:08 in Showbiz
 
Who has beaten Scotland to a place in the World Cup 2018 playoff so far?

Who has beaten Scotland to a place in the World Cup 2018 playoff so far?

It was heartache for Scotland as they failed to get their hands on a coveted playoff spot. A draw in Slovenia meant Slovakia took second place in Group F on goal difference, and left Gordon Strachan and his players inconsolable. But who else has...

 
UK retailers 'need EU workers after Brexit'

UK retailers 'need EU workers after Brexit'

Prices may rise and home deliveries could be slower unless the retail sector retains access to all EU workers after Brexit, a trade body has warned. EU citizens account for just 6% of the industry's 170,000 workforce, the British Retail Consortium...

BBC, 00:10 in Regional
 
Number of homeless families being moved from local area doubles in five years

Number of homeless families being moved from local area doubles in five years

The number of homeless families being moved away from their local area has increased by 59% in last five years, according to a new report. Councils are relocating tenants in temporary accommodation that is further away due to rising rental costs, the...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 

Attacks on mosques double in one year

110 Islamophobic hate crimes against places of worship in five months ATTACKS and threats of violence directed at mosques have more than doubled since last year, damning figures show today. Police forces recorded 110 hate crimes against Muslim places...

 

May ‘lacks the clout to lead Brexit process’

Thornberry slams weakness after MEPs rebel LABOUR shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry took a swipe at Theresa May yesterday, warning that she didn’t “have enough authority” to lead Britain through the Brexit process. Ms Thornberry made the...

 

Ministers accused of breaking promise to fund fire safety

Local authority councillors claimed yesterday that councils are now being forced to pay for essential funding measures, including the installation of sprinklers, from their own diminishing coffers. Nottingham City Council’s Labour councillor Jane...

 
The man who hired his mother as head chef

The man who hired his mother as head chef

Munaf Kapadia runs a successful restaurant at his family's home in Mumbai. He has also hired his mother as head chef. While watching TV one Sunday afternoon back in 2014, Munaf Kapadia had an argument with his mother that would change his life. The...

BBC, 00:15 in Business
 

This is exactly how long to go until Coventry City are homeless... AGAIN

Coventry City will be homeless at the end of this season, as things stand. The club’s deal to play at the Ricoh Arena expires after the last home game at the stadium has been played. At the time of writing, that’s the clash with Morecambe at 3pm on...

 


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