News archive from 31 August 2016

From Wilfried Bony and Islam Slimani to Lamine Kone and Moussa Sissoko... what are the big deals that could...

Sunderland manager David Moyes is poised to sign Lorient midfielder Didier Ndong in a £17million deal. Club scouts went to watch the Gabon international against Bastia last week only for him to get sent off after 30 minutes. However, he did enough in...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Singer Chris Brown's LA home searched 'after he pointed gun at woman'

Singer Chris Brown's LA home searched 'after he pointed gun at woman'

Police in Los Angeles have searched the home of singer Chris Brown after receiving an emergency call from a woman. Media reports say the woman told police that he had pointed a gun at her. Mr Brown came out of the house peacefully after posting videos...

BBC, 00:01 in World News
 
Arsenal attacking target in England to seal £34m Everton switch - reports

Arsenal attacking target in England to seal £34m Everton switch - reports

Related videos Brahimi takes top award Africa s football stars are in the spotlight. Caf have unveiled their shortlist for player of the year while the BBC handed the African player of the year award to Yacine Brahimi. Brahimi receives the Arab Player...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Jury considers verdict against man accused of murdering ex-policeman

A jury has been sent out to consider its verdict in the case of a man accused of murdering a former police officer. Paul Fyfe was 47 when he was stabbed at the home of his girlfriend in Leicester in June 2011. During a two-week trial at Nottingham...

 

Southern Railway to reinstate 119 daily train services on September 5

Southern Railway has announced it will reinstate more than 100 daily train services which were cut to make its timetable more "resilient". Passengers have suffered delays and cancellations for months because of a dispute over changes to the...

 

BOSSES TARGETING MUMS-TO-BE ‘MUST FACE PENALTIES’

Discrimination against pregnant women ‘doubles in decade’ by Conrad Landin Industrial Reporter BOSSES targeting mums-to-be “must feel the full force of the law,” Labour said yesterday as a new report revealed that pregnancy-related discrimination has...

 

Trade accord ‘would lock in privatisation’

Campaigners expose danger to democracy by Our News Desk A SECRETIVE worldwide trade deal is set to “turbo-charge” privatisation, social justice campaigners warned yesterday in a terrifying new report. The Trade in Services Agreement (Tisa) threatens...

 

Widening of badger culls provokes condemnation

by Peter Lazenby ANIMAL rights activists condemned the government’s decision yesterday to double badger culls in an attempt to combat tuberculosis (TB) in cattle. Exterminations were already under way in three English counties and the government has...

 

President sacks police chief linked to arbitrary executions

MEXICAN President Enrique Pena Nieto sacked federal police chief Enrique Galindo on Monday over allegations that officers executed 22 suspected drug traffickers last year. Mr Galindo’s dismissal was aimed at facilitating “a quick and transparent...

 

Ministers urge US to ditch perilous ‘wet foot, dry foot’

by James Tweedie NINE Latin American nations have urged the US to drop its Cuban immigrant policy, which is causing a migrant crisis in the region. The Ecuadorian mission in Washington delivered a letter from the foreign ministers of Colombia, Costa...

 

Fresh searches for arms caches

NORTHERN IRELAND: Police conducted fresh searches yesterday as part of a terrorism investigation which prompted the arrest of a British marine. Ciaran Maxwell from Larne, Co Antrim, was detained by police officers in southern England in a pre-planned...

 

The cruel voyeurism of social media activism

Syrian refugees are not subjects for social media galleries, writes RAMZY BAROUD THE ITALIAN “activist” was keen on that photo, as if her social media activism career was dependent on it. As if the misery of the poor Syrian child was not palpable...

 

The problem with the Yasukuni Shrine

BEN COWLES writes about Japan’s controversial ‘war criminal’ shrine and the delusional alternative history lesson inside it EARLIER this month marked the 71st anniversary of Japan’s surrender to the allied powers and the end of the World War II. On...

 

Labour’s winning vision

Jeremy Corbyn’s pledges to transform Britain can provide the basis for winning the next election, writes DIANE ABBOTT NOTHING is more important for the Labour Party than winning the next general election. But to do this, Labour needs to not only...

 

Leicester ‘look a bit silly’ after McD fracas

LEICESTER Tigers players’ brush with the law in Italy has made the club “look a bit silly,” rugby director Richard Cockerill admitted yesterday. He confirmed that a number of players had been internally disciplined after an incident in a McDonald’s...

 


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