News archive from 23 June 2015, page 153

Inter Milan on alert if Chelsea misfit Mo Salah decides against Fiorentina return 

Inter Milan are poised to pounce if Chelsea winger Mo Salah rejects the idea of another year at Fiorentina. Salah has been a sensation since moving on loan to Florence in January and the Italian club are keen to take up their option for another year....

Daily Mail, 23:09 in Sport
 

Roberto Firmino set for Liverpool in a £28m move that would make the attacker the second most expensive...

Liverpool are closing in on a deal to make Roberto Firmino one of the biggest signings in their history. The Brazil international, who is currently on duty at the Copa America, is likely to cost Liverpool in the region of £28million and, should they...

Daily Mail, 23:13 in Sport
 
West Brom face tough challenge to land former Chelsea star Demba Ba

West Brom face tough challenge to land former Chelsea star Demba Ba

The Baggies are keen on bringing the Besiktas forward back to the Premier League this summer. But Chinese side Shenhua have made the first move by offering £10m for the ex-Chelsea and Newcastle striker. Besiktasşboard member Ahmet Urkmezgil said:...

Daily Star, 23:20 in Sport
 
DONE DEAL: Swansea sign Heerenveen keeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt

DONE DEAL: Swansea sign Heerenveen keeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt

Nordfeldt, who turned 26 yesterday, has put pen to paper on a three-year deal as part of a deal worth around £3m. The Sweden international, who has five caps to his name, will provide competition for Swans' number one Lukasz Fabianski following the...

Daily Star, 23:20 in Sport
 

Judge grants mistrial in ex-Vanderbilt players' trial over juror concerns

A judge has granted a mistrial in the case of two former Vanderbilt football players convicted in the dorm-room rape of a student. Criminal court judge Monte Watkins on Tuesday ruled in favor of defense attorneys who said a juror intentionally...

 

Boeing CEO steps down after 10 years

Boeing chief executive officer Jim McNerney is stepping away from the controls after 10 years. The aircraft maker said Tuesday that president and chief operating officer Dennis Muilenburg will become its new CEO on 1 July. To ease the transition,...

Guardian, 23:24 in Business
 

Labour bid to rebuild business ties

Labour is mounting a concerted campaign to rebuild relations with business in the wake of the party's shattering general election defeat. Shadow chancellor Chris Leslie and shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna are to spend the summer touring firms...

 

Dapper Laughs refuses to let The ECHO review his show despite an earlier invite

The Liverpool ECHO has been banned from reviewing Dapper Laugh’s Liverpool show, after reporting on a feminist’s view of the comedian earlier in the day. The controversial stand-up was hosting the first night of his ‘re-erection’ tour at Studio 2 on...

 

Children raised by same-sex parents are no worse off than those in traditional families, large-scale study...

Scientists agree that children raised by same-sex couples are no worse off than children raised by parents of the opposite sex, according to a new study co-authored by a University of Oregon professor. The new research looked at 19,000 studies and...

 

Francois Hollande calls emergency meeting after WikiLeaks reveals US spied on three French presidents

French president François Hollande has called an emergency meeting of his country’s defence council for Wednesday morning after revelations that American agents spied on three successive French presidents between 2006 and 2012 . According to WikiLeaks...

 
Cleric launches 'counter-terrorism' curriculum

Cleric launches 'counter-terrorism' curriculum

A Pakistani Islamic cleric has launched a "counter-terrorism" curriculum to combat the message of Islamist extremist groups such as Islamic State (IS), in an effort to help stop young people becoming radicalised. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri says...

BBC, 23:45 in Regional
 

Lukas Podolski confirms he's agreed Galatasaray transfer from Arsenal

Lukas Podolski has confirmed he's agreed a deal to join Galatasaray from Arsenal after formally asking to leave. Podolski, who spent the second half of last season on-loan at Inter Milan, has been shipped back to the Emirates. But with first-team...

Metro, 23:53 in Sport
 

Researchers claim more men study maths and science simply because they overestimate how smart they are -...

Men may be more likely to pursue careers in science and engineering simply because they think they are better at the subjects than women. Researchers found that men think they are much better at math than they really are.  Women, on the other hand,...

 

Guardian Australia launches Film Club with screening of Animal Kingdom

Guardian Australia is pleased to announce the launch of Film Club, a new series of movie screenings and panel debates about the past, present and future of Australian film, sponsored by Madman Films. Hosted by Guardian Australia film critic Luke...

 


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