News archive from 28 October 2015

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho struggles to get his head around ‘contradictions’ in the media

The Portuguese tactician saw his side crash out of the Capital One Cup this evening after a penalty shoot-out defeat against Stoke. Mourinho, who lifted the Premier League title last term, has presided over the club's worst start to a domestic...

 

Everton 1 - Norwich City 1 (1-1 AET Everton win 4-3 penalties): Toffees edge past Canaries

Roberto Martinez witnessed his side flirt with elimination for the third successive tie in this term's competition before finally progressing to the quarter-finals for the first time since 2008 by virtue of penalties. Joel Robles emerged as Everton's...

 
Foxes may be worth more alive than dead - £886

Foxes may be worth more alive than dead - £886

Foxes may not be the marauding force they are believed to be and could actually be more valuable to Scotland's farmers alive than dead, according to a new report. The study, based on new analysis of Scottish and international research by University of...

 
Pakistan, Afghanistan earthquake death toll hits 339

Pakistan, Afghanistan earthquake death toll hits 339

Rescuers are struggling to reach quake-stricken regions in Pakistan and Afghanistan as officials said the combined death toll from Monday's earthquake rose to 339. According to Afghan and Pakistani officials, 258 people died in Pakistan and 78 in...

 
West African lions put on critical list

West African lions put on critical list

Lions, that symbol of Africa's wild beauty, power and freedom, no longer roam in Mali. Or in Ivory Coast or Ghana or war-shattered eastern Congo. Or most of the rest of West Africa. Philipp Henschel, lion survey co-ordinator for the New York-based...

 

Manchester United transfer news: Neymar wants move, Morgan Schneiderlin's Arsenal deal, Felipe Anderson's...

Make no mistake about it, Manchester United are firmly in the hunt for honours this season. Their home record suggests that the good old days are slowly coming back under Louis van Gaal, but there are still doubts over his squad. The Dutchman has...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

Socceroo stars Mile Jedinak and Mat Ryan return for World Cup qualifiers

Skipper Mile Jedinak and goalkeeper Mat Ryan will rejoin the Socceroos for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh, but Luke Brattan and Tarek Elrich have been dropped. Related: Socceroo Luke Brattan loaned to Bolton...

Guardian, 00:08 in Sport
 

Extra riot police called in to guard half-term holidaymakers in Calais from migrants

Heavily armed police are guarding the railway around the clock to prevent a repeat of the chaos that brought services to a standstill over the summer. Their deployment this week signals the start of the biggest security operation in the Chunnel's...

 

British Museum to train Iraqi curators in heritage protection

The British Museum is to establish a pilot programme with heritage professionals in Iraq to train local museum curators, conservation technicians and archaeologists in heritage protection. In the future, the project, for which the museum has won a £3m...

 

Hit and run driver kills migrants in Calais

The motorist ploughed into four Syrian men, knocking them into a ditch in Calais in the early hours of today. The migrants were thought to have been walking towards the Channel Tunnel site at nearby Coquelles when the accident happened. They were...

 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa got injured by punching himself against Stoke City

Chelsea striker Diego Costa was hospitalised and is facing a spell out injured during the Capital One Cup clash with Stoke. Costa came off after 32 minutes with a rib problem and Sky Sports say he was taken to hospital, and it's now claimed he faces...

Metro, 00:12 in Sport
 
UK-EU in emergency steel industry talks

UK-EU in emergency steel industry talks

Image copyright Getty Images The Business Secretary is calling for an emergency EU meeting to discuss the crisis in the steel industry. Sajid Javid, who will meet with EU commissioners on Wednesday to discuss the sector, has also been contacting...

BBC, 00:15 in World News
 

California edging back towards executions with lethal injection plan

California prison officials have filed proposed new guidelines for lethal injection, a step towards resuming executions in a state that has not carried one out since 2006. The most populous US state – where public support for the death penalty has...

 

Scottish foxhunting review prompts report showing animals' benefit to farms

Foxes can benefit farmers to an average of £500 a year, according to a new study published to coincide with the Scottish parliament’s review of hunting legislation. Campaigners hope that tightening the foxhunting ban in Scotland will prevent David...

 

Cameron to confront 'Norway option' anti-EU campaigners

David Cameron is to signal his determination to maintain Britain’s membership of the EU by issuing a direct challenge to anti-EU campaigners who claim the UK could negotiate a semi-detached relationship with Brussels. Amid growing fear among pro-EU...

 


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