News archive from 11 April 2012, page 15

Profile: The other terror suspects set to be extradited to US

BABAR Ahmad is believed to have set a record for the longest period any British national has been held without trial in recent times - nearly eight years. That site is alleged to have been one of the foremost propaganda and fundraising tools in the...

Scotsman, 00:56 in Hot News
 
‘The consultant took time to get to know us – he gained our trust’

‘The consultant took time to get to know us – he gained our trust’

AGNES Houston is a qualified nurse who has cared for dementia patients in hospital during the course of her work. She also has personal experience of dementia, having been diagnosed with the illness six years ago, as well as losing her father to the...

Scotsman, 00:58 in Politics
 
Analysis: Court decision makes it easier to send accused to America

Analysis: Court decision makes it easier to send accused to America

THE European Court of Human Rights ruled that Abu Hamza, along with four other terrorist suspects, would not be subject to "ill-treatment" in a US "supermax" high security prison and their extradition was lawful. The court’s...

Scotsman, 00:58 in Politics
 
Brad Jones dedicates Liverpool's win over Blackburn Rovers to late son

Brad Jones dedicates Liverpool's win over Blackburn Rovers to late son

Brad Jones dedicated his role in Liverpool's win at Blackburn Rovers to his late son, Luca, having been propelled into Kenny Dalglish's team for the FA Cup semi-final against Everton at Wembley on a remarkable night at Ewood Park that saw Andy Carroll...

Guardian, 00:59 in Sport
 
PAPISS CISSE DRIVEN BY SHEAR AMBITION

PAPISS CISSE DRIVEN BY SHEAR AMBITION

Cisse emulated one of the club's most famous sons after netting for the fifth consecutive Premier League game in the victory over Bolton on Monday – the last Magpies player to do the same was Alan Shearer 10 years ago. His blistering form has elevated...

 
PLAYER POWER ISN'T FOR ROY HODGSON

PLAYER POWER ISN'T FOR ROY HODGSON

A shock win for Albion would pile more pressure on Roberto Mancini as he struggles to cope with the most controversial player in world football, Mario Balotelli. Balotelli has been sent off six times in his career, five of those red cards coming with...

 
Venezuela's Chavez to attend summit, says Colombia

Venezuela's Chavez to attend summit, says Colombia

Chavez is struggling to convince the Andean nation that he has beaten the undisclosed form of abdominal cancer following a relapse this year after he had declared himself "cancer-free." It would also give the anti-U.S. leader, who once...

 

Becks stars as a magazine ‘cover guy’

David Beckham is moving into territory usually held by his wife, Victoria - as the first solo male cover star for a women's magazine. Elle said its July issue would be the first time the English footballer had been photographed for the cover of a...

Scotsman, 01:04 in Hot News
 
YOSSI BENAYOUN IS MISSING LINK FOR CHELSEA

YOSSI BENAYOUN IS MISSING LINK FOR CHELSEA

But it is the distinctly less glamorous name of Yossi Benayoun that will act as one of the most telling examples of how and why Chelsea have fallen behind their rivals. Negligence, pure and simple negligence, will be to blame if Chelsea cannot drag...

 
PAPISS CISSE DRIVEN BY SHEAR AMBITION

PAPISS CISSE DRIVEN BY SHEAR AMBITION

Cisse emulated one of the club's most famous sons after netting for the fifth consecutive Premier League game in the victory over Bolton on Monday – the last Magpies player to do the same was Alan Shearer 10 years ago. His blistering form has elevated...

 
DOJ may sue Apple over ebooks early as Wednesday: sources

DOJ may sue Apple over ebooks early as Wednesday: sources

A lawsuit against Apple, one of the parties not in negotiations with the Justice Department for a potential settlement, could come as early as Wednesday but no final decision has been made, the people said. Apple declined to comment. The Justice...

 

Court narrows reach of computer fraud law

The 9-2 decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco diverges from broader readings of the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by three other federal appeals courts. This raises the chance that the U.S. Supreme Court might...

 

Enlighten us on ‘mistakes’

COUN Porter has several times referred to the opportunity to "undo past mistakes" with regard to the proposed redevelopment of the Holland Market area. We wonder if he could let your readers know what he feels these mistakes were. We would...

 
Hospitals hit by rise of the 'manorexic': Male eating disorder cases up 16% in a year

Hospitals hit by rise of the 'manorexic': Male eating disorder cases up 16% in a year

More and more men and boys are being taken to hospital needing urgent treatment for severe eating disorders, according to alarming figures.The number of admissions for illnesses such as anorexia and bulimia - traditionally seen as affecting women and...

Daily Mail, 01:09 in Health
 
Pygmies don’t make good pets

Pygmies don’t make good pets

Northumberland Wildlife Trust is urging members of the public to think carefully before buying African Pygmy hedgehog as pets. PEOPLE are being urged to think twice about buying African Pygmy hedgehogs as pets. Northumberland Wildlife Trust says that...

 


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