News archive from 21 September 2013

U.S. lawmaker critical of Obama on Benghazi sets trip to Libya

An itinerary for the trip said Issa was leaving on Sunday for a trip to Libya that may include a visit to the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli and a working lunch. It did not say whether Issa, chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and...

 

Venezuela arrests ex-policemen who shamed new force

The six young men were all members of the new "Bolivarian" national police force, named for 19th century independence hero Simon Bolivar and set up by late socialist leader Hugo Chavez. They were arrested on Friday, a statement from the...

 

New iPhone 5S on eBay for £2,000

The newly released iPhone 5S is being offered for sale on eBay for as much as £2,000 by those anticipating enthusiastic fans will pay over the odds to get their hands on the device. The wait for the new handset finally ended this morning as thousands...

 

Four-year-old boy 'ate from nappy'

The brother of a four-year-old boy whose body was found mummified in his mother's bedroom told a jury how he saw the little boy eating the contents of his own nappy and sleeping in a buggy that stank of urine. Qaiser Khan, 22, was giving evidence on...

 

FireEye's debut signals red hot interest in cybersecurity

FireEye, whose debut ranks as the sixth biggest first-day close in the United States this year, is the latest in a string of successful public offerings from technology companies. "This is good for everybody in security," George Kurtz, CEO...

 

Ditch the diet! Why carrying a few extra pounds can actually make you live longer

4 View comments As middle-age approaches, the health risks of being overweight are well-documented. But a new study has found that those who are classed as 'overweight' in their 50s yet kept this stable, were in the group most likely to survive the...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Health
 

New iPhone 5S on eBay for £2,000

The newly released iPhone 5S is being offered for sale on eBay for as much as £2,000 by those anticipating enthusiastic fans will pay over the odds to get their hands on the device. The wait for the new handset finally ended this morning as thousands...

 

Four-year-old boy 'ate from nappy'

The brother of a four-year-old boy whose body was found mummified in his mother's bedroom told a jury how he saw the little boy eating the contents of his own nappy and sleeping in a buggy that stank of urine. Qaiser Khan, 22, was giving evidence on...

 

Soccer star assault case collapses

The assault case against Liverpool footballer Raheem Sterling has collapsed after his former girlfriend failed to support the prosecution's case by giving "disappointing" evidence. Sterling was alleged to have attacked 19-year-old model...

 

New iPhone 5S on eBay for £2,000

The newly released iPhone 5S is being offered for sale on eBay for as much as £2,000 by those anticipating enthusiastic fans will pay over the odds to get their hands on the device. The wait for the new handset finally ended this morning as thousands...

 

Soccer star assault case collapses

The assault case against Liverpool footballer Raheem Sterling has collapsed after his former girlfriend failed to support the prosecution's case by giving "disappointing" evidence. Sterling was alleged to have attacked 19-year-old model...

 

Paedophiles blackmail UK children

Hundreds of British children are being blackmailed into performing depraved sex acts online by paedophiles who threaten to send obscene images of the victim to their family and friends. Investigators from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection...

 
How the Bank of England inadvertently stymied savers

How the Bank of England inadvertently stymied savers

For the fifth year running, it is British Savings Week. It is a hard sell for the industry. Yet once again banks and building societies are trying to encourage their 49 million customers to put aside more spare cash for a time when they might need...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 

U.S. general sees problems, progress in developing Afghan air force

"This is a hard deal. We're far from 100-percent guaranteed on delivery," said Air Force Brigadier General John Michel, who leads NATO Air Training Command Afghanistan, which is due to complete its training of the Afghan air force by...

 

Rockets hit Turkish police compound in Ankara, no one hurt

Dikmen is one of the places across Turkey where anti-government protests have flared in recent months. The television station NTV said it was not yet known who was behind the attack. Guler said police had found a rocket launcher and material belonging...

 


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