News archive from 19 June 2017, page 6

Her Tyne is up! Blonde beauty Lexy is the latest romantic to be DUMPED from Love Island... as Johnny...

Tyne-Lexy has been the latest contestant to be ditched from Love Island.  The blonde beauty entered the villa alongside Liverpudlian Gabby yet she was left brutally rebuffed on Sunday night's episode when she was left with no hunk to partner up when...

 

Jeremy McConnell turns his back on Father's Day festivities with son to attend Transformers premiere... as...

Jeremy McConnell joined a host of stars at the London premiere of Transformers: The Last Knight Global Premiere on Father's Day on Sunday.  The 27-year-old's presence on the red carpet was a shock addition due to the fact it was his first Father's Day...

 

Laura Haddock glows in a baby pink gown and receives a peck on the cheek from husband Sam Claflin as they...

She plays an Oxford professor who helps Mark Wahlberg save the planet from the Transformers.  And Laura Haddock showed off her A-list credentials as she was joined by husband Sam Claflin at the premiere of Transformers: The Last Knight in London on...

 

'I'm so excited': Katie Piper reveals she is pregnant with her second child in touching Father's Day...

She is already mum to daughter Belle, three.  But Katie Piper is expanding her brood, as she confirmed she is pregnant with her second child on Sunday.  The philanthropist, 33, shared the exciting news while paying tribute to her husband Richard...

 

Ab-baring Chantelle Connelly flashes her bra underneath a pink mesh crop top for night out in London... as...

She shot to stardom while starring on Geordie Shore, after joining the MTV show for its twelfth series.  And while Chantelle Connelly may no longer be gracing TV screens, she made sure all eyes were on her as she enjoyed a night out in London on...

 
ISIS jihadis in Syria blasted by Iranian missiles in retaliation to Tehran terror attacks

ISIS jihadis in Syria blasted by Iranian missiles in retaliation to Tehran terror attacks

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, said its military launched missiles into eastern Syria yesterday, targeting ISIS militants. Announcing the attack, the Guards insisted “many terrorists” were killed and their weapons were destroyed within the strike....

 
Prostate cancer blood test 'helps target treatment'

Prostate cancer blood test 'helps target treatment'

Scientists have developed a blood test that could pick out which men with advanced prostate cancer would benefit from a new drug treatment. The test detects cancer DNA in the blood, helping doctors check whether precision drugs are working. Cancer...

BBC, 02:36 in Health
 
Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet as ratings slump - media

Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet as ratings slump - media

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will likely reshuffle his cabinet to try to bolster ratings battered by suspicions that he helped a friend get favoured treatment for his business, media reported on Monday. The Nikkei business daily, citing...

 
US Open 2017: Tommy Fleetwood pays tribute to 'phenomenal' champion Brooks Koepka

US Open 2017: Tommy Fleetwood pays tribute to 'phenomenal' champion Brooks Koepka

The Englishman could only watch as Koepka finished with a flourish to take home his maiden Major title with a winning score of 16-under par. Fleetwood shot a level-par round of 72 to finish fourth with -11. And he has conceded Koepka’s performance was...

 
US Open 2017: Champion Brooks Koepka reveals how he was inundated with texts before win

US Open 2017: Champion Brooks Koepka reveals how he was inundated with texts before win

Koepka won his maiden Major in the early hours of this morning at the Erin Hills, which marked the seventh Major in a row that has been claimed by a first-time champion. A total of 16-under par matched the US Open record set by Rory McIlroy when he...

 
FTSE 350 pensions in weakest position since 2009 - report

FTSE 350 pensions in weakest position since 2009 - report

British listed companies' ability to meet the obligations of their defined benefit, or final salary, pension schemes is at its weakest since 2009 as a result of falling gilt yields, consultancy firm PwC said on Monday. Low interest rates have...

Reuters, 03:04 in Business
 

Vietnam rights report highlights beatings, intimidation against critics

Vietnamese human rights bloggers and activists are being beaten and intimidated, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Monday, as it urged the Communist government to end attacks and hold those responsible accountable. The New York-based...

 
USS Fitzgerald: Sailors killed in collision off Japan's coast named

USS Fitzgerald: Sailors killed in collision off Japan's coast named

The US Navy has identified seven sailors who were killed when their destroyer collided with a container ship in Japanese waters on Saturday. The sailors were found in flooded berths onboard the USS Fitzgerald, said a statement by the US Navy. At least...

BBC, 03:40 in World News
 
Group of Muslim men stand and pray at scene of Finsbury Park attack

Group of Muslim men stand and pray at scene of Finsbury Park attack

A group of Muslim men has gathered to pray close to the scene where a van drove into crowds of people as they left a mosque, injuring at least 10 people. They were pictured with their arms crossed and heads bowed in a solemn and powerful gesture as...

Metro, 03:44 in Hot News
 
Muslim Council of Britain condemns Finsbury Park mosque attack

Muslim Council of Britain condemns Finsbury Park mosque attack

The Muslim Council of Britain has confirmed that worshippers leaving Finsbury Park Mosque were targeted when a van ran into them, adding: ‘Our prayers are with the victims.’ He was speaking after at least 10 people were injured when a van, which...

Metro, 03:44 in Hot News
 


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