News archive from 16 November 2015

Man United transfer news: James Rodriguez talks, Arjen Robben wanted, Jamie Vardy bid - reports

Manchester United have made a solid start to the season but Louis van Gaal will know he needs more. The Red Devils are only two points off the top of the Premier League and there’s half a chance that they could lift the title this season. To do that...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

French warplanes strike Islamic State Syria bastion

French fighter jets launched their biggest raids in Syria to date targeting the Islamic State's stronghold in Raqqa just two days after the group claimed coordinated attacks in Paris that killed more than 130 people, the defence ministry said....

 
Vivendi seeks four Telecom Italia board seats

Vivendi seeks four Telecom Italia board seats

French media group Vivendi (VIV.PA) has asked to appoint four representatives to Telecom Italia's (TLIT.MI) board, the Italian telecoms group said on Sunday, as its top shareholder seeks a say over strategy. Vivendi owns just over 20 percent of...

Reuters, 00:03 in Business
 
South Yorkshire cop who groomed teenage girl ‘lied through trial’

South Yorkshire cop who groomed teenage girl ‘lied through trial’

A predatory South Yorkshire police officer who groomed a 15-year-old girl for a naked picture has been jailed for 18 months. PC Daniel Cookson, based in Rotherham before his suspension, claimed the victim was lying. But a Sheffield Crown Court jury...

 
UK security increased in wake of Paris attacks

UK security increased in wake of Paris attacks

Security has been beefed up in UK cities and ports in the wake of the Paris attacks, with Britons being urged to remain vigilant. Speaking after a meeting of UK government’s Cobra emergency committee, Home Secretary Theresa May said the UK authorities...

 
Oxfam issue plea to reunite lost refugee children

Oxfam issue plea to reunite lost refugee children

Oxfam has called for urgent measures to reunite lost child refugees with their families on the dangerous road through Serbia. The charity urged better co-operation between agencies helping the displaced as official reports showed the number of...

 
President vows smooth handover after Suu Kyi victory

President vows smooth handover after Suu Kyi victory

Myanmar's president has vowed to abide by the law to ensure a smooth transition to a new government next year, after his ruling party was trounced in the general election. President Thein Sein, whose Union Solidarity and Development Party lost by a...

 
Palestinian arrested over Hebron drive-by shooting

Palestinian arrested over Hebron drive-by shooting

Israeli forces have arrested a Palestinian suspect in connection with a drive-by shooting that killed two Israelis in the occupied West Bank. Israel’s internal security service said it had seized a weapon and a vehicle used in the shooting, and that...

 

David Cameron to boost security spending after Paris attacks

David Cameron is to respond to the escalation in terror attacks around the world by making provisions for 1,900 extra security and intelligence staff and doubling funds for aviation security. In what is seen as the biggest increase in British security...

Guardian, 00:04 in Politics
 

'Last resort' antibiotics pose growing threat to healthcare, report warns

The use of antibiotics of last resort has risen significantly in England during the last five years as antibiotic-resistant infections continue to grow, posing a threat to healthcare. A report from Public Health England (PHE) published on Monday said...

 

US STOCKS-Futures extend Friday losses in the wake of Paris attacks

* Futures gap down at the open, but pare losses By Rodrigo Campos Nov 15 U.S. equity futures opened lower on Sunday, following coordinated attacks in Paris on Friday that killed more than 130 people. The attacks unfolded after markets closed in the...

 

Welsh government in drive to recruit junior doctors from England

The Labour-controlled Welsh government has launched a bold and pointedly political recruitment campaign to attract junior doctors across the border from England. Just weeks before planned strike action in England over a hugely controversial new...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

Justine Greening: Syria has been let down by rich countries

Justine Greening is to demand that the international community steps up its response to the migration crisis on Monday, when she becomes the first development minister to chair a meeting of the United Nations security council since the organisation’s...

 
Scottish Affairs Committee MPs to meet in Scotland 'regularly'

Scottish Affairs Committee MPs to meet in Scotland 'regularly'

Image copyright Thinkstock MPs on the Scottish Affairs Committee have pledged to travel north for meetings "regularly" in a bid to challenge the perception that Westminster is too remote. The committee said "most" of its meetings...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 
In a mining village you work 12 hours down the pit then wash your mouth out with a beer. I took that on board, says former Sheffield Wednesday striker David Hirst

In a mining village you work 12 hours down the pit then wash your mouth out with a beer. I took that on...

No regrets, says David Hirst. It is more or less his gambit, delivered before he has even ordered a pint. He soon corrects himself. There is one lingering regret, but it has nothing to do with an all-too brief England career that ended in a friendly...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 


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