News archive from 13 December 2013, page 5

Rodgers takes on Euro trip to watch highly-rated Draxler star against Basel

42 View comments Brendan Rodgers personally flew to Germany last night to watch Julian Draxler star for Schalke in their Champions League victory against Basel. The 20-year-old German international is drawing interest from clubs across Europe and the...

Daily Mail, 03:25 in Sport
 

Four in court over 'match-fix' case

Four men are due in court today in connection with a National Crime Agency inquiry into alleged football match-fixing. Michael Boateng and Hakeem Adelakun, who have been sacked by Brighton club Whitehawk FC, are accused of taking part in a conspiracy...

 

New extradition hearing for Dewani

Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani has a further High Court hearing today in his legal battle against extradition. In October a panel of three judges, headed by the Lord Chief Justice Lord T homas, ruled that there were outstanding legal issues...

 
Bitcoin: Price v hype

Bitcoin: Price v hype

Virtual currency Bitcoin has attracted increasing media attention over the past year. It's also soaring in value, with a single bitcoin surpassing $1,000 (£613) for the first time in November. So has the media hype driven the price hike? To the...

 
Lea Michele On Grief Of Losing Cory Monteith

Lea Michele On Grief Of Losing Cory Monteith

Five months after Glee star Cory Monteith died his co-star girlfriend Lea Michele has spoken about how she is dealing with the loss. The actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she described how hard it is being without him but that she...

 

San Diego 27 Denver 20: Rivers in full flow at Mile High... but Manning off colour in cold Colorado as...

Philip Rivers threw two touchdown passes and Ryan Mathews ran in one more as the San Diego Chargers shocked the No 1 seed Denver Broncos at Mile High. Peyton Manning was off colour on a cold night in Colorado and his late interception, the only...

Daily Mail, 04:34 in Sport
 
Martini Habit Would Make Bond 'Impotent Drunk'

Martini Habit Would Make Bond 'Impotent Drunk'

He drives fast cars and attracts beautiful women but in reality James Bond's love of "shaken not stirred" martinis would leave him an impotent drunk. That is the conclusion of researchers who have found that 007 drank more than four times...

 

Air strike kills 15 civilians in Yemen by mistake -officials

"An air strike missed its target and hit a wedding car convoy, ten people were killed immediately and another five who were injured died after being admitted to the hospital," one security official said. Five more people were injured, the...

 

White House bid to hold off Iran sanctions gains backing

Senator Tim Johnson, a Democrat, said he agrees with the Obama administration that such legislation could disrupt delicate negotiations seeking to curb Iran's nuclear program. The Banking Committee oversees sanctions legislation in the Senate....

 

Singapore shares in second week of losses on taper uncertainty

Year-to-date, the Singapore index is down 3.6 percent, lagging behind southeast Asian peers, though it has outperformed other markets except Malaysia in the past six months, and the relative strength is expected to extend into 2014, analysts at Citi...

 
Syria: Thousands More Refugees Need EU Help

Syria: Thousands More Refugees Need EU Help

Amnesty International is calling on Britain and the rest of Europe to do more to resettle refugees from Syria's civil war. The campaign group says European leaders should "hang their heads with shame" over what it calls the pitifully low...

 
NHS Fitness App Aims To Beat Obesity

NHS Fitness App Aims To Beat Obesity

A mobile app funded by the Department of Health and built by the makers of a popular zombie game has been launched in an effort to get people fit. The Walk is the first game paid for by the NHS and encourages players to walk in order to progress...

 
The drop in teenage pregnancies is the success story of our time

The drop in teenage pregnancies is the success story of our time

The teenage pregnancy strategy's focus on 'good sex education, with good contraception services', led to a remarkable drop in pregnancy rates. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian Good news is a rare commodity, so here's a cause for celebration....

Guardian, 06:35 in Health
 
House Approves Budget Deal In Bipartisan Vote

House Approves Budget Deal In Bipartisan Vote

The House has given sweeping bipartisan approval to a budget bill backed by both President Barack Obama, his Democratic allies and a big majority of the chamber's Republicans. The 332-94 vote sends the measure to the Senate, where Republicans are more...

 
Ireland Struggles On Brink Of Bailout

Ireland Struggles On Brink Of Bailout

There's a recurrent question that's hard to bat off when you visit Ireland and speak to the families who have had to bear the burden of austerity over the past five years: if this is what success looks like, what on earth would constitute failure?...

 


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