News archive from 22 March 2016

Sydney schoolgirl, 16, faces terror financing charge

Sydney schoolgirl, 16, faces terror financing charge

A teenage girl and a 20-year-old man are accused of sending money to the so-called Islamic State from Australia. The pair are expected to be charged with financing terrorism, which carries a maximum penalty of 25 years' jail. The man was previously...

BBC, 00:00 in World News
 

Ed Miliband warns Labour must not 'sit out' EU referendum debate

Labour cannot achieve its aims outside the European Union, Ed Miliband will say as he warns the party must not "sit out" the referendum debate. In what is being billed as his first major intervention since leading the party to defeat at the...

 
Heart monitor watch will report irregularities

Heart monitor watch will report irregularities

The hi-tech band picks up electrical signals produced by the heart and sends the readings to a medic. The device, expected to cost under £200, is aimed at the one in four Britons with atrial fibrillation (AF) – an irregular heartbeat. Around a million...

 
Poor children 'more likely to grow up fat' - and the problem is worse for young WOMEN

Poor children 'more likely to grow up fat' - and the problem is worse for young WOMEN

A US study showed the length of time children and young adults live in poor areas is linked to obesity in later life. The problem is worse for young women, said Professor Adam Lippert, a sociologist at the University of Colorado. Researchers looked at...

 
Louis Walsh: My secret to eternal youth? I'm hyper on LIFE

Louis Walsh: My secret to eternal youth? I'm hyper on LIFE

But while Louis, 63, has spent a lifetime in showbusiness, as a manager and an X Factor judge, his lifestyle and outlook is far from rock and roll. He is not a big drinker and doesn't do Coke (as in the fizzy drink), let alone drugs. Coffee and...

 
Death of democracy? Brussels could deploy own ARMY within the EU as migrant crisis deepens

Death of democracy? Brussels could deploy own ARMY within the EU as migrant crisis deepens

European leaders are being asked to dispatch troops to Greece - the cradle of democracy - to combat the spiralling migrant crisis. If the plan is put into action it would be the first ever time that the EU has deployed its own forces, which typically...

 

David Beckham blown away by Marcus Rashford's reaction to scoring winner for Manchester United in derby...

Former Manchester United superstar David Beckham has been blown away by the club's latest starlet Marcus Rashford's reaction to his winner in the Manchester derby. The 19-year-old showed an exquisite turn of pace to score the winner at the Etihad on...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

British athletes told they are 'hiding' from competition by Seb Coe after worst medal return at World...

Seb Coe has accused British athletes of ‘hiding away’ from competition after their worst showing at a World Indoor Championships for almost two decades. With the Rio Olympics less than five months away, Britain won just one silver and two bronze...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Missing Paige probe: Body discovered in Clydebank

A body has been found in a town where a teenage girl has been missing for three days. Friends and family of 15-year-old Paige Doherty from Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, launched an appeal after she failed to arrive at her part-time job on Saturday....

 

Police campaigner Neville Lawrence calls for openness

THE father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence has urged Lord Justice Pitchford not to hold a “public inquiry” in secret. Neville Lawrence called for a probe into the Metropolitan Police Special Demonstration Squad activities when it was revealed...

 

Strikers’ call: ‘Share your profits, greedy bastards’

LOW-paid hospital workers staged a walkout yesterday in a bid win to decent wages from their “greedy bastard” bosses. Two hundred members of the GMB union employed by US multinational agency Aramark held a one-day strike at four London hospitals. They...

 

Class split ‘puts us on path to a Trump PM’

CLASS segregation is putting Britain on a “slippery slope” towards electing a prime minister in the mould of Donald Trump, Labour’s Chuka Umunna warned yesterday. Launching a new all-party group on social integration, the MP warned that British...

 

Korea: North fires five rockets in latest riposte to joint drills

NORTH Korea fired five short-range projectiles into the sea yesterday in a continuation of weapon launches carried out in apparent response to ongoing South Korea-US military drills. The projectiles launched from a site near the north-eastern city of...

 

Indonesia: Jakarta slates China ‘violation’ as ship rescues detained boat

INDONESIA accused China yesterday of violating its sovereignty after Chinese coastguards rescued a ship that had been detained for fishing illegally in Indonesian waters. Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said that an Indonesian fisheries ministry patrol...

 

Japan: British ships to transport plutonium to South Carolina

TWO British ships arrived yesterday at Japan’s main nuclear research facility in Tokai to transport plutonium to the US for storage under a bilateral agreement. The Pacific Egret and Pacific Heron, both operated by Pacific Nuclear Transport Ltd, will...

 


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