News archive from 16 November 2013

Berlusconi party at risk as splinter group formed

Angelino Alfano, interior minister and deputy premier, announced the formation of the new group on Friday. The split came on the eve of a meeting at which Berlusconi will rebrand his People of Freedom (PDL) party as Forza Italia, the original name of...

 

We are a champion team in the making and never stop fighting, says England coach Farrell ahead of All...

England will invoke the country's proud history as battling underdogs at Twickenham when they set out to shock world champions New Zealand for a second successive time. Stuart Lancaster's team will confront an All Blacks side who have won all 12 of...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Spurs left sweating on Eriksen after Denmark coach suggests midfielder could miss 'four to six weeks' with...

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen looks set for a spell on the sidelines after limping out of Denmark's 2-1 win over Norway with an ankle injury. Eriksen started Friday's friendly but was forced off with his country leading 1-0 after damaging his...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

'Continuity is good for us': Bale confident Coleman's staying power can get Wales to Euro 2016

Gareth Bale says Chris Coleman's decision to sign a new contract gives Wales their best chance of qualifying for Euro 2016. The world's most expensive player lines up for Coleman's side in a friendly against Finland in Cardiff tonight....

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Wales have learned our lesson from South Africa's physical education masterclass

It was a fierce contest against South Africa, physically one of the toughest and most demanding games I have been involved in. Even the referee, who is one of the most experienced in the world, told me he had never seen such ferocity at the...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

We can pull off another miracle: Fired-up England ready to stun All Blacks again

England will hurl themselves into the daunting task of trying to ambush the world champions, complete an autumn clean sweep and finish the year unbeaten at home, armed with the advantage of flying under the radar. The home side are not fancied, they...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 
Brazil orders convicted ruling party officials to begin prison time

Brazil orders convicted ruling party officials to begin prison time

Jose Dirceu, a party founder and former chief of staff to former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, turned himself in to federal police Friday evening to begin serving a prison sentence of more than 10 years. He is one of 12 ordered to serve time...

 
David Tennant named 'nation's favourite Dr Who'

David Tennant named 'nation's favourite Dr Who'

David Tennant has picked up the accolade of the "nation's favourite Doctor" in a survey to mark 50 years of sci-fi drama Doctor Who. The Scottish actor, who played the role from 2005-10, gained 56% of the RadioTimes.com vote, easily beating...

BBC, 00:23 in Art & Culture
 

Guinea Supreme Court rejects all challenges to parliamentary vote

The ruling means the RPG won 53 seats in the vote, defeating all its rivals but falling short of an absolute majority in the 114-seat parliament. The parliamentary vote was the last step in a tortuous return to civilian rule since a 2008 coup in the...

 

She's no Lady Mary! Michelle Dockery turns femme fatale in sheer black number, while Mad Men's Jessica Pare...

Winter will soon be upon the elite folk of Hollywood, but their overflowing wardrobes are ready for it. Michelle Dockery and Jessica Pare paid homage to the falling flowers of autumn with dark floral frocks while braving the season's cooler evening...

 

Shield your eyes! Katy Perry wears overly shiny foil-style biker jacket and matching pleated skirt for...

0 View comments She may have written a song about falling in love with an 'extraterrestrial', but it was Katy Perry who was the one who looked like she was from outer space on Friday. Wearing an ultra shiny futuristic-style outfit, the singer...

 
Remains Found Are Members Of Missing Family

Remains Found Are Members Of Missing Family

Authorities say human remains found in the Mojave Desert this week belong to a San Diego couple who went missing with their two young sons in February 2010. San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon confirmed that the bodies of 40-year-old Joseph...

 

JPMorgan Chase to pay $4.5 billion in mortgage security deal

The bank reached the agreement with 21 institutional investors in 330 residential mortgage-backed securities trusts issued by JPMorgan and Bear Stearns, which it took over during the financial crisis, according to the bank and lawyers for the...

Reuters, 00:49 in Business
 

Welbeck's five-week KO threat: United ponder surgery for injured striker

Manchester United must decide whether to send Danny Welbeck for knee surgery that could rule out the England striker for another five weeks. United are already without midfielder Michael Carrick, who is sidelined until Christmas with an achilles...

Daily Mail, 00:52 in Sport
 

CBI urges business rate rise cap

Chancellor George Osborne should cap business rate rises at 2% next year and offer one-year rate holidays for firms moving into vacant sites to boost the recovery, the CBI says. In its submission to the Chancellor ahead of his Autumn Statement, it...

 


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