News archive from 2 October 2018

Oklahoma man dies from bear mauling in Alaska

Oklahoma man dies from bear mauling in Alaska

Authorities say an Oklahoma man was fatally mauled by a bear and two cubs near a south-east Alaska mine. Alaska state troopers identified the victim as 18-year-old Anthony David Montoya of Hollis, Oklahoma. Troopers say all three bears were killed....

 
Paul Pogba tells his Manchester United teammates he is embarrassed by Jose Mourinho’s tactics

Paul Pogba tells his Manchester United teammates he is embarrassed by Jose Mourinho’s tactics

Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United teammates that he feels embarrassed to play under Jose Mourinho and has said he will leave the club in January if the Portuguese remains in charge, according to reports. The relationship between Mourinho and...

Metro, 00:10 in Sport
 
Dad 'superglued baby's eyes and mouth shut to stop her crying'

Dad 'superglued baby's eyes and mouth shut to stop her crying'

A dad was so desperate to stop his one-year-old crying he allegedly glued her eyes and mouth shut. The dad is also accused of beating his baby daughter. Police, who were called to a hotel room in Texas , also found a two-month-old buried under pillows...

 
Passengers stranded as discount airline Primera Air collapses

Passengers stranded as discount airline Primera Air collapses

Would-be passengers have been warned not to turn up for Primera Air flights after the discount airline ceased operations ahead of filing for bankruptcy. Stansted said on Monday that travellers due to fly with the airline should not travel to the...

Guardian, 00:15 in Business
 

Crackdown launched on crime lords who are already in jail

A crackdown on crime lords who run their criminal networks from inside a prison cell is to be launched by Justice Secretary David Gauke. It follows warnings that chaos inside prisons including HMP Birmingham is a result of an out-of-control trade in...

 
Half of women 'will develop dementia or Parkinson's or have a stroke'

Half of women 'will develop dementia or Parkinson's or have a stroke'

One in two women will develop dementia or Parkinson’s disease, or have a stroke, in their lifetime, new research suggests. About a third of men aged 45 and half of women of the same age are likely to go on to be diagnosed with one of the conditions,...

 

Residents urged to show metal in trial

Residents in Market Weighton and Pocklington are being urged to take part in a campaign to boost the recycling of metal packaging in their blue bins. A trial is to be held in the towns in October and November to encourage residents to recycle more of...

 

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Can Trump really cut the US trade deficit?

Can Trump really cut the US trade deficit?

President Trump has finally got a three-way agreement to change Nafta, the North America Free Trade Agreement. Canada and Mexico have agreed to reform the deal that originally came into force in 1994. He certainly got some specific provisions in the...

BBC, 00:24 in Business
 
How a lesbian love story is bypassing the Indian censors

How a lesbian love story is bypassing the Indian censors

Low-cost smartphones and cheap mobile data mean Indians are now hungrily consuming content over the small screen. And this is opening up a new world of creative freedom for the country's entertainment industry. Film director Krishna Bhatt says the...

BBC, 00:24 in Business
 
Protesters urge Jeff Flake to vote against Kavanaugh at Boston event

Protesters urge Jeff Flake to vote against Kavanaugh at Boston event

Republican Senator Jeff Flake declared that he wants the FBI to make sure any “current, credible allegation” against supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is “fully investigated”, when he spoke at an event in Boston on Monday. His comments came just...

 

REVEALED - the most popular baby names so far in 2016

A parenting advice website has listed the most popular baby names so far in 2016 and revealed previous favourites such as Sophia, Mia, Daniel and Harrison are on the decline. Bounty Baby Club, a popular parenting advice site, has scaled its 100,000...

 

Tools worth thousands stolen in Dewsbury burglaries

TOOLS and equipment worth thousands of pounds were stolen during a series of burglaries in Dewsbury. Police today issued an appeal for information after burglars struck on June 19. They targeted properties in Bywell Road, Syke Ings Terrace, Leeds Road...

 

Vintage festival to turn back the clock in Batley town centre

Retro clothes, food and entertainment will be the order of the day as Batley prepares to be given a taste of yesteryear. Batley Vintage Day, organised by Batley Business Association (BBA), will feature live entertainment, cooking workshops, sports and...

 
The battle for better disability rehab in North Africa

The battle for better disability rehab in North Africa

Amina Slaoui was on holiday with her husband when she fell off a bike and ended up in a wheelchair. It was the accident that changed not only her life, but also those of thousands of other disabled people in Morocco and beyond. Amina came from a...

BBC, 00:29 in Business
 


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