News archive from 18 September 2013, page 4

'Facebook helped me beat cancer': Aspiring model, 22, says support she received on the site gave her the...

3 View comments An aspiring model says the overwhelming support she received from her Facebook friends is the secret behind her cancer recovery. Caris Hedd-Bowen, who has 2,127 friends on the social networking website, was told she had Hodgkin's...

Daily Mail, 01:13 in Health
 

No bully-Bhoy tactics from us, says Matri as Juve striker hits back at Celtic boss Lennon

Alessandro Matri has hit back at Neil Lennon's criticism of Juventus's strong-arm tactics during last season's last-16 showdown. The Italian champions left Glasgow with a 3-0 first-leg lead but Celtic were outraged that what they perceived to be...

Daily Mail, 01:27 in Sport
 

Liverpool U21 5 Sunderland U21 2: New boy Alberto hits hat-trick as young guns run riot at Anfield... with...

Luis Alberto put his name among the Liverpool elite with a second-half hat-trick at Anfield, it was just a shame it was for the youngsters and not the senior side. The 20-year-old was signed from Sevilla in the summer as one for the future, and would...

Daily Mail, 01:27 in Sport
 

Jevans says World Cup ticket prices and kick-off times will be confirmed in November

England Rugby 2015 chief executive Debbie Jevans has confirmed that ticket pricing and kick-off times for the World Cup will be announced in November. Preparations for the eighth edition of the tournament have reached the two years to go milestone...

Daily Mail, 01:27 in Sport
 

Why spending time with Hugh Laurie would make you a nicer person than hanging out with Wayne Rooney: Men...

77 View comments They have previously been accused of being aggressive, untrustworthy and deceitful, but now wide-faced men have also been blamed for selfishness in other people. New research by the University of California, Riverside, has revealed...

 

Cameras disguised inside coat zips and bugs hidden in tree trunks: Fascinating insight into the crafty...

12 View comments Following the end of WWII up to when the wall came down in Berlin, spies in East Germany carried out Cold War espionage from Stasi headquarters outside the capital. The Stasi spies - the German equivalent to the CIA in the U.S, the...

 

IMF says lesson of fiscal crisis is to not cut budgets too quickly

The proper pace of budget cuts is likely to be in focus during meetings of finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 biggest economies in Washington next month. "The optimal pace of adjustment depends on the state of the economy,...

Reuters, 01:28 in Business
 
History and the rise of Shandong set challenge for Japan's car makers in China

History and the rise of Shandong set challenge for Japan's car makers in China

In relatively more Japan-friendly parts of southern China such as Guangdong, Toyota Motor Corp, Nissan Motor Co and Honda Motor Co are returning to sales levels near those seen before a diplomatic row last September over a group of rocky, uninhabited...

Reuters, 01:28 in Business
 
Guatemala arrests suspected drug trafficker wanted for ties to Mexican cartel

Guatemala arrests suspected drug trafficker wanted for ties to Mexican cartel

Lorenzana, 48, belongs to a family with a strong pedigree in drug trafficking and the U.S. government had issued a $200,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. The Guatemalan attorney general's office said Lorenzana was wanted for...

 

Revealed: How Zac Efron completed a secret stint in rehab for alcohol abuse but is now 'happy, healthy and...

He's the squeaky clean star of Disney's High School Musical, so Zac Efron's fans will be shocked to hear how he has secretly completed a stint in rehab five months ago. According to E! News, the 25-year-old actor quietly checked into a treatment...

 
Cop Killer Sets Fire To Himself In Siege

Cop Killer Sets Fire To Himself In Siege

An Austrian gunman who shot dead three police officers and a paramedic has died after setting fire to himself at the end of a five-hour stand-off. Alois Huber's burned body was discovered by commandos who stormed his home, 55 miles west of Vienna,...

 
Doormen To Get New Training To Help Drunks

Doormen To Get New Training To Help Drunks

Bouncers in pubs and clubs across the UK will be trained to protect people who are too drunk to look after themselves. The Home Office has instructed the Security Industry Authority to teach all 100,000 licensed door-staff how to prevent...

 
Retirement: One In Five Will 'Never Stop Work'

Retirement: One In Five Will 'Never Stop Work'

One in five Britons now fear that they will never be able to stop working because of shortfalls in their pensions and savings, according to a new report. The survey, carried out by HSBC, warns that the UK is heading for an "Age of the...

 
Nick Clegg Says Lib Dems 'Should Feel Proud'

Nick Clegg Says Lib Dems 'Should Feel Proud'

Nick Clegg will deliver his most personal speech yet at the Liberal Democrat conference in a bid to firm up support ahead of the next election. He is expected to rally supporters by telling them they should be "proud" of what the party has...

 
Eerie calm in countdown to Fed conclusion

Eerie calm in countdown to Fed conclusion

Expectations are that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will be measured with any cuts to its $85 billion in monthly asset buying, while also seeking to reassure investors that the day of an actual policy tightening is still distant. That kept...

Reuters, 01:51 in Business
 


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