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Teenage footballer dies after colliding with another player

Teenage footballer dies after colliding with another player

An 14-year-old boy has died after colliding with another player during a football match. Luca Campanaro, a goalkeeper for Bedgrove Dynamos FC, from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, was seriously injured during an under-15s away match against Harefield...

Guardian, yesterday, 17:46
 
Hakeem al-Araibi: Interpol red notice against refugee contravened its own regulations

Hakeem al-Araibi: Interpol red notice against refugee contravened its own regulations

Interpol granted a red notice against refugee Hakeem al-Araibi in contradiction of its own regulations, just weeks before he travelled to Thailand on holidays, where he was arrested. Al-Araibi, a Bahraini refugee who lives in Australia as a permanent...

Guardian, yesterday, 17:17
 
Scott Morrison tries to ward off electoral health scare with $1.25bn sweetener

Scott Morrison tries to ward off electoral health scare with $1.25bn sweetener

Scott Morrison is hoping to scuttle any Labor health cuts campaign before it begins, offering the states a $1.25bn sweetener in his first meeting with state leaders since becoming prime minister. The health funding announcement, delivered ahead of...

Guardian, yesterday, 17:17
 
Schoolboy, 14, dies after 'collision' with another player in youth football match

Schoolboy, 14, dies after 'collision' with another player in youth football match

A schoolboy footballer has died after he was injured in a "collision" with another player at a youth football match. Luca Campanaro was rushed to hospital after he was hurt at the away game on Sunday. The 14-year-old goalkeeper was playing...

Daily Record, yesterday, 17:11
 
Brazil shooting: Four dead as gunman opens fire in cathedral

Brazil shooting: Four dead as gunman opens fire in cathedral

A gunman entered a cathedral near Brazil's most populous city, São Paulo, killing four people, local police say. A Mass was reportedly being held when the attacker, carrying two guns, entered the Catholic cathedral in the city of Campinas and opened...

BBC, yesterday, 17:08
 
Egypt restricts sales of yellow vests to stop protests

Egypt restricts sales of yellow vests to stop protests

Egypt has restricted the sale of yellow vests ahead of the anniversary of the 2011 uprising, to stop demonstrators copying French protesters. Safety equipment dealers can only sell the vests wholesale to verified companies that have gained police...

BBC, yesterday, 17:08
 
'Stansted 15': open letter calls for activists to be spared jail

'Stansted 15': open letter calls for activists to be spared jail

Public figures in Britain, including the shadow home secretary, Diane Abbott, and the actor Emma Thompson, have signed a letter condemning the conviction of 15 political activists who blocked the takeoff of an immigration removal charter flight. On...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:59
 
Dover checks ‘would take eight hours per lorry’ in no-deal Brexit

Dover checks ‘would take eight hours per lorry’ in no-deal Brexit

Government plans for customs checks at Dover in a no-deal scenario are so impractical it would take eight hours to clear an average lorry carrying food and goods from Calais, the Road Haulage Association has warned. It said plans for no-deal Brexit...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:59
 
Macron's opulent speech backdrop not lost on gilets jaunes

Macron's opulent speech backdrop not lost on gilets jaunes

It was the most important TV appearance of Emmanuel Macron’s presidency: the 40-year-old former banker had to prove to an angry nation that he was not an arrogant “president of the rich” and that he understood ordinary French people’s struggle to make...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:59
 
Nick Cave: cultural boycott of Israel is 'cowardly and shameful'

Nick Cave: cultural boycott of Israel is 'cowardly and shameful'

Nick Cave has elaborated on his stance regarding the Israel-Palestine conflict, calling the cultural boycott of Israel “cowardly and shameful”. Cave played a pair of concerts in Tel Aviv in November 2017 with his band the Bad Seeds, and received...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:43
 
ISS: Space walk cosmonauts investigate mystery hole

ISS: Space walk cosmonauts investigate mystery hole

Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) are embarking on a spacewalk to investigate a mysterious hole that caused a loss of air pressure in August. The cause of the hole on the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, docked to the station, has not...

BBC, yesterday, 16:30
 
Modi's BJP suffers heavy election defeats in Hindi heartland

Modi's BJP suffers heavy election defeats in Hindi heartland

The party of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has suffered heavy election defeats in two states, with another on a knife edge, in a bruising day of results that exposed the party’s vulnerability less than six months before the country goes to the...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:12
 
Brighton 'babes in the wood' killer Russell Bishop jailed for life

Brighton 'babes in the wood' killer Russell Bishop jailed for life

The “babes in the wood” killer, Russell Bishop, has been jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 36 years for the murder or two schoolgirls more than three decades ago. Bishop, now 52, sexually assaulted and strangled Karen Hadaway and...

Guardian, yesterday, 16:12
 
Zomato India driver sacked after eating customer's takeaway

Zomato India driver sacked after eating customer's takeaway

Takeaway delivery firm Zomato has apologised after one of its drivers was filmed eating a client's food and resealing the containers in India. The video, which was filmed in Madurai in southern India, shows a man wearing a Zomato shirt sitting on a...

BBC, yesterday, 16:03
 
East Antarctica glacial stronghold melting amid climate change

East Antarctica glacial stronghold melting amid climate change

A group of glaciers spanning an eighth of the East Antarctica coastline, are being melted by the warming seas, scientists have discovered. This Antarctic region stores a vast amount of ice which if lost would, in the long-term, raise global sea level...

Guardian, yesterday, 15:56
 


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