News archive from 8 October 2015, page 1

Tight security to ensure no flights of fancy between Albania and Serbia

Ledio Bilali has already resigned himself to a day off on Thursday. At midday he will be obliged to lock the doors of Muza Bar, the business he runs with his family in a tower block overlooking the Elbasan Arena, and will make his way upstairs to his...

Guardian, 00:10 in Sport
 

Saudi woman films husband forcing himself on maid and groping her – but now SHE faces jail

She used a hidden camera to catch her partner forcing himself upon the family maid, according to reports in the Gulf state. The man appears to try to kiss and grope her - despite another maid being present in the kitchen. His wife uploaded the video...

 
New blood test diagnosis likely to save NHS cash

New blood test diagnosis likely to save NHS cash

A SIMPLE blood test could rule out a diagnosis of a heart attack in two thirds of patients when they arrive at emergency departments complaining of chest pain, according to Scots scientists. More than a million people ­visit A&E departments with...

 
Man City to rival Barcelona and Real Madrid for Liverpool superstar next summer

Man City to rival Barcelona and Real Madrid for Liverpool superstar next summer

City landed former Anfield star Raheem Sterling last summer in a mammoth £49m deal and are now keen on swooping for another Merseyside ace. According to The Mirror, City see Coutinho as the perfect long-term replacement for David Silva, who turns 30...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 
Magical Dettori in demand for the Breeders' Cup

Magical Dettori in demand for the Breeders' Cup

American trainer Wesley Ward is hoping to continue his success with popular Italian, currently on high following his success on Golden Horn in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Last year, Dettori gave the American trainer his first Breeders' Cup winner...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 
Australia: Four held over killing of police worker

Australia: Four held over killing of police worker

POLICE have arrested four people in connection with the death of a civilian police worker in a

 
Czechs plan to wage war on wild boar population

Czechs plan to wage war on wild boar population

THE Czech Republic is planning to wage war on its booming wild boar population in an attempt to curb the level of destruction caused by the voracious

 
Russia targets IS as Syria begins ground offensive

Russia targets IS as Syria begins ground offensive

RUSSIAN warships in the Caspian Sea fired cruise missiles as Syrian government troops launched a ground offensive in central Syria, in the first major combined air-and-ground assault since Moscow began its military campaign in the country last week....

 
Scots share stunning pictures of Northern Lights on social media

Scots share stunning pictures of Northern Lights on social media

SEEING the Northern Lights is top of many people's bucket lists - and lucky Scots got to witness them first-hand. Aurora Borealis lit up the skies above Moray, northern Scotland, last night - and the phenomenon was captured again by Scots this...

 
Encouraging work for scientific women awarded

Encouraging work for scientific women awarded

A Coningsby woman has been honoured for her work encouraging young people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Joanne Sharples received the STEMNET Apprentice Award at an awards ceremony In the House of Lords. The 24-year-old BAE...

 
Done deal: Liverpool announce first signing since sacking Brendan Rodgers

Done deal: Liverpool announce first signing since sacking Brendan Rodgers

Alexander-Arnold, the current under-18s captain who can play in midfield or at right-back, turned 17 today. Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers after the 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday. Rodgers appointed Alex Inglethorpe as the club's academey director...

Daily Star, 00:17 in Sport
 

Northern Lights cast magical shades over Merseyside

Lucky gazers got a glimpse of Northern Lights over Liverpool, tonight. Skies were filled with cosmic commotion and dramatic shades of purple, greens and blues. Tonight’s Aurora Borealis spectacular proved Liverpool really does have it all - and...

 
New heart attack test 'cuts A&E visits'

New heart attack test 'cuts A&E visits'

Image copyright Thinkstock A blood test can more than halve the number of people admitted to A&E with a suspected heart attack, say doctors. They say the rapid test, which looks for a chemical in the blood, would reduce stress for patients, save...

BBC, 00:18 in Regional
 
Deutsche Bank warns of €6.2bn loss

Deutsche Bank warns of €6.2bn loss

Image copyright Getty Images Deutsche Bank has warned investors it will post a net loss of €6.2bn (£4.5bn) for the third quarter. Higher capital requirements for its investment bank were partly responsible for the huge impairment charges of €5.8bn....

BBC, 00:20 in Business
 

Channel 4 takes stake in Sacha Baron Cohen's TV production company

Channel 4 has taken a stake in a new TV production company to be launched by Sacha Baron Cohen in a deal that will reunite the comedy star with the broadcaster that made him a household name with hits including Da Ali G Show. Baron Cohen, who in...

Guardian, 00:20 in Showbiz
 


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