News archive from 7 October 2016, page 11

Japan defence minister: Cannot deny chance of more provocation from North Korea

Japan defence minister: Cannot deny chance of more provocation from North Korea

Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said on Friday the possibility of further provocative action from North Korea could not be denied. She made the remark in a news conference amid such speculation as North Korea marks the anniversary of the...

 

Three more Chinese cities set new curbs on home-buying to prevent bubble

Two cities in China's southern Guangdong province and the southeast city of Fuzhou imposed new home buying restrictions on Thursday aimed at preventing a property bubble. The tightening measures imposed in Zhuhai, Dongguan and Fuzhou included raising...

Reuters, 04:02 in Business
 
Donald Trump says 70% of federal regulations could go

Donald Trump says 70% of federal regulations could go

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said he could cut as many as 70% of federal US regulations if he is elected. Mr Trump, who was speaking at an event in New Hampshire, blamed regulations for stifling business but said rules on...

BBC, 04:11 in World News
 
Watch: Liverpool duo Coutinho and Firmino both net for Brazil in World Cup qualifier

Watch: Liverpool duo Coutinho and Firmino both net for Brazil in World Cup qualifier

Liverpool’s star playmaker was picked ahead of Chelsea winger Willian for the World Cup qualifier. And boss Tite’s decision was proved right as Brazil strode to a 5-0 victory in the early hours of this morning. Coutinho’s Liverpool team-mate Roberto...

 
John Barnes: How Liverpool fans can take big credit for progress under Jurgen Klopp

John Barnes: How Liverpool fans can take big credit for progress under Jurgen Klopp

The German replaced Brendan Rodgers in the Anfield hot seat in October, but failed to earn a top-four finish.  Gradually through the campaign though, Liverpool began to show signs of Klopp’s style in their football. Their high pressing and intense...

 

Sack Race! Which Premier League boss could be the next to go after Francesco Guidolin?

Swansea parted ways with the Italian after a series of bad results. The Swans immediately replaced him with ex-USA boss Bob Bradley. The likes of Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp, Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola are well clear from the axe. But Chelsea...

Daily Star, 04:22 in Sport
 
Girls spend 40% more time on chores than boys, UN report finds

Girls spend 40% more time on chores than boys, UN report finds

Girls spend 40% more time performing unpaid household chores than boys, according to a new report from the UN children's agency. Unicef said the difference in time spent working amounted to 160m extra hours a day worldwide. Two out of three girls cook...

BBC, 04:23 in World News
 
Georgia election: Bitter political feud obscures poverty

Georgia election: Bitter political feud obscures poverty

A long-running feud between two political heavyweights has left many Georgians weary about Saturday's parliamentary election, as poverty, unemployment and debt blight their lives. Mikheil Saakashvili, one of the duellists, is not even physically in...

BBC, 04:23 in World News
 
Twitter shares plunge by a fifth

Twitter shares plunge by a fifth

Shares in social media website Twitter plunged by a fifth on Thursday amid worries about a lack of takeover interest. Technology website Recode reported that Google, Apple and Walt Disney were unlikely to bid for the company. Cloud software company...

BBC, 04:27 in Business
 
Dog tooth found near Stonehenge 'evidence of earliest journey'

Dog tooth found near Stonehenge 'evidence of earliest journey'

A tooth unearthed near Stonehenge shows dogs were man's best friend even in prehistoric times, it has been claimed. The tooth, dug up at Blick Mead in Wiltshire, is believed to be evidence of the earliest journey in British history. It is thought to...

BBC, 04:34 in Regional
 
Is magic's glass ceiling vanishing?

Is magic's glass ceiling vanishing?

It's 25 years since women joined the ranks of the Magic Circle - but female magicians still only make up around 5% of members. With magic currently back in vogue and many female acts getting rave reviews, could the magical glass ceiling be finally...

BBC, 04:34 in Regional
 
Jurgen Klopp uncovered: Liverpool chief Ian Ayre opens up on the Anfield gaffer

Jurgen Klopp uncovered: Liverpool chief Ian Ayre opens up on the Anfield gaffer

Related videos Jurgen Klopp tells hilarious story from time at Dortmund Laughing Klopp speaks in a press conference ahead of this weekend Is Klopp losing his marbles? The Liverpool manager seems to be losing it after being at Anfield for roughly a...

Daily Star, 04:35 in Sport
 

At least 22 Niger soldiers killed in attack on refugee camp

At least 22 soldiers were killed in Niger on Thursday when unknown assailants attacked a camp for Malian refugees, the West African nation's Prime Minister Brigi Rafini said. The attack targeted a camp in the village of Tassalit in Niger's Tahoua...

 
8 things that should cheer us all up this Autumn

8 things that should cheer us all up this Autumn

0 Have your say There's a definite nip in the air, the heavy coats are coming out, and staying at home suddenly seems like a more attractive option than a night on the tiles. Yes, summer is a distant memory - but before you fall asleep under a SAD...

 
Music, puppets and more

Music, puppets and more

0 Have your say A stellar line-up will be taking to the stage at a North Tyneside theatre over the coming weeks. Kicking off on Friday night is the Counterfeit Seventies, featuring the music of Slade, Sweet, T Rex, The Bay City Rollers, and many more...

 


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