News archive from 3 April 2011, page 18

BARCELONA BOSS PEP GUARDIOLA SET TO PACK IT IN

BARCELONA BOSS PEP GUARDIOLA SET TO PACK IT IN

BARCELONA coach Pep Guardiola is ready to call time on his reign in Spain next summer. Guardiola, who took over in 2008, signed a one-year contract extension in February to keep him at the Nou Camp until the end of next season. But on Friday,...

Daily Star, 02:33 in Sport
 
LEEDS 4 NOTTM FOREST 1: HAL TO PAY AS FOREST GET CROSS ON CHRIS

LEEDS 4 NOTTM FOREST 1: HAL TO PAY AS FOREST GET CROSS ON CHRIS

Leeds 4-1 Nottm Forest SLIDING Forest will appeal Chris Cohen’s first red card for over six years – after Leeds edged closer to the Premier League. Boss Billy Davies, whose side have slipped out of the play-off zone after only one win in their...

Daily Star, 02:36 in Sport
 
LIVERPOOL PLAN £15M RAID FOR LEIGHTON BAINES

LIVERPOOL PLAN £15M RAID FOR LEIGHTON BAINES

LIVERPOOL are planning a stunning £15million summer swoop for Leighton Baines – despite a hands-off warning from Everton. But any raid could see young Liverpool full-back Martin Kelly heading for the Anfield exit door. Liverpool boss Kenny...

Daily Star, 02:43 in Sport
 
WEST HAM 2 MAN UNITED 4: CLARET AND ROO!

WEST HAM 2 MAN UNITED 4: CLARET AND ROO!

West Ham 2-4 Man United NOT for the first time this season Manchester United looked down and out. Trailing to two first-half penalties from Mark Noble, Sir Alex Ferguson’s men were heading for their fourth away defeat and in danger of seeing the...

Daily Star, 02:49 in Sport
 
3 MORE YEARS FOR FERGIE

3 MORE YEARS FOR FERGIE

SIR ALEX FERGUSON will still be in charge of Manchester United when he celebrates his 70th birthday at the end of this year – whether he wins the Treble or nothing at all this season. The Daily Star Sunday can reveal today that Fergie has no...

Daily Star, 02:54 in Sport
 

Japan nuclear struggle focuses on cracked reactor pit

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said it had found a crack in the pit at its No.2 reactor in Fukushima, generating readings 1,000 millisieverts of radiation per hour in the air inside the pit. "With radiation levels rising in the seawater near the...

 

Four Iranian police killed in border attack - report

On March 25, news agencies reported two policemen were shot dead and three other people wounded in two "terrorist" shootings in the nearby city of Sanandaj. Security forces in the west of Iran often clash with guerrillas from PJAK, an...

 

Al Qaeda members hide in Brazil, raise money - report

The magazine said these operatives have been raising money and working to incite attacks abroad. The magazine cited Brazilian police and U.S. government reports, but did not give details on specific targets or operations. The United States has said...

 

Libya shells town in west as rebels name "crisis team"

Like many cities, Misrata rejected Gaddafi's rule in a revolt in February. In a violent crackdown, Gaddafi's forces restored control in most places in western Libya, leaving Misrata cut off and surrounded, with dwindling supplies. In the rebel capital...

 
PRINCE WILLIAM SUFFERING WEDDING NERVES

PRINCE WILLIAM SUFFERING WEDDING NERVES

PRINCE WILLIAM is suffering from pre-wedding jitters as he prepares to marry fiancee KATE MIDDLETON, calling the upcoming ceremony "quite a daunting prospect". The 28 year old is making final preparations before he exchanges vows with...

 

Coalition air strike kills 13 Libyan rebels as ceasefire bid fails

libya Image 1 THIRTEEN Libyan rebels were killed yesterday by a coalition plane enforcing the no-fly zone. The jet fighter crew apparently retaliated against a convoy between Brega and Ajdabiya in the north-east after being targeted with an...

 

Harry Potter author JK Rowling set to give green light to ebooks and rake in £100m

The cast of Harry Potter along with JK Rowling at the Deathly Hallows pt 1 Premiere JK ROWLING could rake in £100million if she agrees to release ebook versions of her best-selling Harry Potter books. The author, who ruled out the electronic format...

 

Father of troubled Two And A Half Men star Charlie Sheen reveals heartache

HOLLYWOOD star Martin Sheen has described his troubled son Charlie's struggle with addiction as a disease "as dangerous as cancer". In an interview for today's Desert Island Discs, he said the actor's battles with his demons were a...

 

Lack of belief in gods

Surprisingly, many people don't understand what an atheist is. This video explores that concept, refutes common objections and provides a number of reasons that atheists are sometimes "fervent". But underneath it all, atheists all share one...

 
Chinese police detain artist Ai Weiwei

Chinese police detain artist Ai Weiwei

China's best-known artist Ai Weiwei has been detained at Beijing airport this morning and police have surrounded his studio in the capital. The 53-year-old, who designed the Olympic Bird's Nest stadium, has been an outspoken critic of the government....

 


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