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- Patient's fears over HIV details leakA man says he fears having to tell friends and family he is HIV positive after he was among 780 patients whose details were leaked by a health clinic.
- Cardiff jihadist, 21, killed in SyriaA Cardiff man who is one of three from the city to have joined a jihadist group in Syria has died, the BBC is told.
- Changes to campaign rules for EU votePlanned rules for campaigning in the UK's in-out EU referendum are to be changed, the government says, amid concerns from Eurosceptic MPs.
- Last Shoreham air crash victim namedThe last victim of the Shoreham air crash is named as Graham Mallinson as initial details of how the 11 victims died emerge.
- Brooks to return as Murdoch's UK bossRebekah Brooks will return as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper operations on Monday, News Corp has announced.
- JAMES SLACK'S analises the migrant crisis and the number of refugees the UK takesIn the 2000s, Britain consistently processed more claims than Germany. There were so many applications that the system almost collapsed under the strain, writes JAMES SLACK.
- Anna Ford and proof that age cannot wither true beauty says Sarah VineAnna Ford, 71, looked stunning when she was photographed at a Labour Party address this week. Sarah Vine admires the ex-presenter and says she is proof that age cannot wither true beauty.
- The Great British Bake Off's Sue Perkins lived with a brain tumour for 8 yearsSue Perkins, 45, presenter of the hit TV show Great British Bake Off, revealed she's had a brain tumour for eight years this week. The tumour affects fertility and women can have it for y...
- The Great British Bake Off judges stunned by sculpture of busty blonde in bikiniSwansea prison governor Paul Jagger placed his cheeky creation - complete with ample chest and pink string bikini - on top of a dairy-free ice cream roll decorated to look like a tropical...
- Spotted off the Cornish coast: 'Incredibly rare' sighting of blue whaleThe ‘incredibly rare sighting’ was recorded by scientists 250 miles off the south-west coast of Cornwall studying deep sea environments from the Royal Research Ship James Cook.
- Hero cat takes bullet to save life of three-year-old boyGinger tomcat Opie was shot in the head after a stray bullet smashed through a window and landed inches from the sleeping little boy
- See world's largest arcade game which proves when it comes to technology bigger is betterEngineer Jason Camberis, 44, spent almost two years building the fully functioning machine, standing a whopping 4.41m tall and 1.06 metres deep
- Teenager 'faked pregnancy with triplets using false bumps and ultrasounds from FakeABaby.com'The 16-year-old fooled her boyfriend, friends and family but as her due date neared, her story started to unravel
- Babies may get diabetes in later life if their mothers eat for two, researchers warnWomen are being urged to avoid piling on the baby weight as health experts fear Britain is facing a health time bomb
- Workers suffer sleepless nights as one in three admit to job-related insomniaA quarter of the 1,000 people surveyed said they have broken down in tears due to work-related stress - but commuting by bike could help
- Drinkers 'subsidising' non-drinkers by £6.5 billion a yearA drain on taxpayers? Drinkers pay their dues three times over, new study claims
- POV video shows the thrill of skydiving into a cheering stadiumSkydivers Kevin Reynolds and Matthew Fitch film their jump as they land into a cheering Nascar stadium with 160,000 screaming fans
- Gaming giants: huge arcade machine and highest paid gamer feature in Guinness World RecordThe record book crowns this giant arcade machine as the world's largest gaming device, as well as naming the highest paid pro gamer
- Anthony Martial says family are nervous about him joining Manchester United for £36m feeWorld's most expensive teenager reveals concerns over magnitude of fee Manchester Unied paid for him but says he is focused on proving his worth
- Natalie Massenet quits Net-a-Porter following sale to YooxFormer fashion journalist walks away with £100m
- Spielberg looks for new studio homeExpiry of Walt Disney distribution deal in 2016 prompts negotiations with Universal
- IMF warns against rate risesRisks to growth mounting, says fund ahead of G20 finance meeting
- North needs extra £50bn, says reportRegion accounts for 19% of UK economy but gets just 7% of government research spending
- Academics lash ‘damaging’ CorbynomicsEconomists sign letter arguing Labour leadership favourite’s policies have not been thought through
- Massenet leaves Net-a-Porter mid-mergerYoox says ecommerce group’s founder will not join combined board
- EU blamed for migrant chaos: Europe’s border crisis is totally out of controlEU chiefs were condemned yesterday for causing the escalating migrant crisis now engulfing Europe as their dream of open borders turned into a “shambolic” nightmare.
- Media mogul: Fear of failure made me a billionEXPRESS Newspapers owner Richard Desmond has told how fear of ending up sleeping on a park bench drove him to becoming one of Britain's richest men.
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- Islamic State 'selling sex slaves to wealthy clients from Saudi Arabia and Turkey'ISLAMIC State thugs are running sick sex slave markets where the best-looking girls are allegedly reserved for wealthy "clients" from Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
- China military parade to commemorate second world war victory – liveLive coverage as Beijing marks 70th anniversary of defeat of Japan with massive parade in Tiananmen Square 1.48am BST The Guardian’s Tom Phillips is stationed in Tiananmen Square, along ...
- SodaStream leaves West Bank as CEO says boycott antisemitic and pointlessFactory moves to Israel’s Negev Desert, but Daniel Birnbaum says BDS campaign has only hurt its hundreds of Palestinian employees The chief executive of SodaStream has accused his compan...
- Tony Abbott says decision on joining air strikes in Syria will be made 'next week'Retired US general David Petraeus says in Lowy lecture that Australia ‘should consider’ the move, which would ‘damage’ the militant group Isis A decision on whether Australian fighter je...
- Axe throwing, sword forging – but no sacrificing – at Norway's Viking schoolCollege says it has been overwhelmed by applications after introducing a one-year course in traditional skills We’ve had the TV shows, we’re getting the theme park and now the Viking inv...
- Greater Manchester police website downed by hackersTwitter account holder in Lithuania claims responsibility for apparent denial of service attack that disabled force’s website The Greater Manchester police website has been taken down by...
- RSS Feed Moving (scotsman.com)We are about to release our new site with a new look, feel and structure. Part of this release will involve the creation of new RSS feeds and the decommissioning of the current ones. Plea...
- The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossipIn today's Rumour Mill: All the build-up to tonight's big match in Spain; Craig Brown linked with Northern Ireland vacancy; Rangers finance boss quits; plus the rest o
- Scottish Business Briefing - Tuesday 11 October, 2011WELCOME to scotsman.com's Scottish Business Briefing. Every morning we bring you a comprehensive round-up of all news affecting business in Scotland today.
- 'My views unwelcome north of the border', says PGA chief Sandy JonesSANDY Jones, the chief executive of the PGA, has said he feels his opinions on Scottish golf are unwelcome in certain quarters and claimed the skills within his organisation a
- Interview: Lee McConnell, athleteWITH the Olympic Games now almost within touching distance, the next year is mapped out for Lee McConnell, as it is for every other athlete who hopes to be in the Great Britai
- Andy Mapple: World champion water-skier widely seen as one of the finest in the history of his sportAndy Mapple was one of most successful water-skiers in the history of the sport, often described as the greatest slalom skier of all time. A Lancastrian, but based in Florida for most of...
- Sir Bob Hepple: Barrister and activist who advised Nelson Mandela and became a pioneering human rights lawyerSir Bob Hepple was an anti-apartheid and human rights lawyer who advised Nelson Mandela before escaping South Africa for London to carve out a new life and career. He became a pillar of ...
- French decide to act on executive excessNow a story from the other end of the scale. While it happened in France, it’s a common enough tale of executive excess that illustrates the two-tier society that is being created across...
- It’s hard to argue that zero-hours contracts have any benefit for workersThey are held up by business organisations, right-wing think-tanks and the Department for Work and Pensions as a triumph of Britain’s “flexible” labour market, supposedly benefiting empl...
- Playing the shell game can make (or cost) you a fortuneThe new lower price climate for commodities is certainly separating the weak from the chaff on London’s junior stock market. AIM, which has traditionally been a hotbed for natural resour...
- Crow sits on moving windscreen wipers. Crow doesn’t carecrow gives zero fucksojwheaton101 Curiosity killed the cat. Stoicism killed the crow.
- Instagram take on Snapchat with new direct messaging serviceinstagram just took on Snapchat with the launch of a chat serviceojwheaton101instagram just took on Snapchat with the launch of a chat service Source: Getty Images Credit: METRO/mylo(Picture: Instagram) The battle of the apps continues. insta
- Teenager shoots himself dead while taking a selfie with a gunnbcojwheaton101Family and friends gather outside house (Picture: NBC) Deleon Alonso Smith, 19, also had two children.
- Music teacher accused of child sex abuse killed himself as police tried to arrest himAD_179670049.jpgcarritaylorChristopher Ling photographed in Los Angeles; violin teacher Chris Ling, Chetham's School of Music, who moved to California after a police investigation in 1991File photo dated 07/02/13 of Michael Brewer, the founding artistic director of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, arriving at Manchester Crown Court. The choirmaster, who sexually abused an ex-pupil who went on to take her own life during his trial, will be sentenced today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 26, 2013. Michael Brewer, 68, was convicted last month of indecently assaulting Frances Andrade, 48, when she was an underage student at the prestigious Chetham's School of Music in Manchester. The mother-of-four, from Guildford, Surrey was visibly agitated on occasions as she gave evidence over two days at Manchester Crown Court in mid-January. A week later it emerged her body had been discovered at her home, although her death was withheld from jury members until they had reached their verdicts against Brewer and his ex-wife, Kay, 68, who was found guilty of indecently assaulting Mrs Andrade when she was 18. See PA story COURTS Choir. Photo credit should read: Dave Thompson/PA WireFrances AndradeFile photo dated 08/03/13 of a general view of the Chetham's School of Music in Manchester as choirmaster Michael Brewer has been jailed for six years at Manchester Crown Court today for sexually abusing his ex-pupil Frances Andrade. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 26, 2013. See PA story EDUCATION Chethams. Photo credit should read: Dave Thompson/PA Wire Chris Ling had faced extradition to the UK where he was accused of abusing young girls at a music school in Manchester.
- Does this man have the world’s biggest family tree?family tree 1carritaylorfamily tree 1 He has traced 22,000 of his ancestors.
- Watch as Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys are unveiled during huge worldwide eventFans will be able to watch a live stream of the first-ever global live unboxing event tonight as the merchandise is revealed
- 'Humbled' Corrie actress Jennie McAlpine got ready for harrowing soap storyline with brave cancer kidsJENNIE's character Fiz found out her four-year-old Hope was diagnosed with cancer this week.
- Adrian Mannarino thinks Andy Murray could end his US Open dream dead: 'He's in a different league'The Frenchman beat Russian rival Konstantin Kravchuk to set up a second round showdown with Murray at Flushing Meadows.
- Lad sends picture of PENIS to HR manager before starting new job with the companyThe 23-year-old then called the number to ask why he was not getting a response to the images - but was stunned by who answered
- Shari Low: I know this much is true.. honesty can be bad for youSHARI finds out that the two most important requirements for longevity are honesty and communication. Uh oh...
- It's England...or it's death: Migrants overpower French police at CalaisHUNDREDS more migrants have tried to storm the Channel Tunnel in the latest twist to the crisis.
- Boy, 17, drowns in canal after being chased by policeHEARTBROKEN witnesses of schoolboy's death have claimed they were prevented from trying to save the 17-year-old schoolboy who drowned in a canal.
- MH370 search boss: Wreckage 'very likely' to be from planePLANE wreckage found on a beach on the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean is 'very likely' to be from missing flight MH370, say top officials.
- VIDEO: Man races with knife at police during domestic call outTHIS is the moment a knife-wielding man comes charging at two cops on a routine call out – and stabs one of them.
- LISTEN: Man calls 999 demanding police arrest HIS CAT after feline nabs baconA FUMING bacon buff rang police and demanded they arrest a cat after it ate his rashers.
- Ten-man Swansea defeat LaticsGylfi Sigurdsson struck either side of the interval to secure a deserved 2-0 victory for 10-man Swansea at the Premier League basement boys Wigan.
- Dunn snatches point for RoversDavid Dunn earned Blackburn a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a headed equaliser five minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at Ewood Park.
- City stretch leadMario Balotelli again took centre stage as Manchester City saw off Bolton 2-0 to move five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
- Baggies pile pressure on AVBWest Brom defender Gareth McAuley increased the pressure on Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas with a late winner in the 1-0 Barclays Premier League clash at the Hawthorns.
- Van Persie bags brace at LiverpoolLiverpool paid for missing a penalty and hitting the post twice as Arsenal's Robin van Persie scored twice to snatch a late 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.
- Review: Professor Green at 02 Academy, BirminghamRapper Professor Green showed energy and enthusiasm in his Birmingham performance
- Lap dancing plan in Birmingham rejected after protests from blind charityBlind charity protests lead to application for Lace Gentlemens Club on John Bright Street being rejected
- Letisha Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis memorial education annual award scheme to endThe award scheme was set up in 2006 to help disadvantaged students achieve their career goals
- Man who died after suspected hit-and-run accident is namedPolice question 18-year-old after body found in Rugeley
- Kings Norton church sealed off after sex attackPolice investigate sexual assault near church at Kings Norton
- Pouring inIn the summer when it drizzles ON A gloomy Wednesday morning, the threat of yet another torrential downpour does little to halt the flow of tourists into the British Museum, the country’...
- Too good to be trueWITH his promises to introduce a “maximum wage”, nationalise energy companies and even reopen coal mines, one might not expect Jeremy Corbyn to enjoy much support among economists, at le...
- Little Satan leverages hellSatan’s little helper ON AUGUST 23rd Philip Hammond, the foreign secretary, reopened Britain’s sumptuous embassy in Tehran. It was a highly symbolic act. The embassy had remained closed ...
- Local motionAll change, pet MORE people in England travel to work by bus than by all other forms of public transport combined—about 12% of the working population. Bus passengers make 5 billion journ...
- Pay-as-you-go governmentIN A court in Highbury, north London, a resigned-looking 59-year-old with a thick beard and alcohol on his breath pleads guilty to assault. The judge hands down a fine of £65 ($100), but...
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- Teva Bids for Mylan, Seeking to Create Biggest Generics FirmTeva Pharmaceutical has proposed to acquire rival Mylan for about $40 billion, a tie-up that would create the world’s biggest generic drug company by sales.
- Credit Suisse Profit RisesCredit Suisse posted an improved profit due, in part, to a pickup at its investment bank.
- Traders Wield Social MediaSome individual investors are building trading careers using social media as their primary tool.image
- Migrants' Trip Takes a Tragic TurnTheir overloaded and listing boat collided with a rescue vessel; its captain and a crewman have been detained.image
- Norway Steams Up Investors in PipelineInvestors in a gas pipeline are suing the government of Norway, usually seen as a safe place to do business, over changes they say will cost them billions of dollars.image
- Serena through after tough battleSerena Williams takes another step towards her first calendar Grand Slam, while Rafael Nadal also progresses at the US Open.
- GB women beat Spain to reach RioGB women beat Spain 54-40 in the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships to qualify for the 2016 Paralympics.
- Wenger questions Martial signingManchester United's £36m signing of Anthony Martial shows the lack of top players available to big clubs, says Arsene Wenger.
- Thursday's gossip columnMan Utd want to keep David De Gea, David Beckham backs Ryan Giggs, Victor Wanyama to reject Southampton deal, plus more.
- ECB confirms domestic revamp plansThe ECB confirms it has met with county chief executives and chairmen with a view to revamping the domestic calendar.
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- 2015 WSOP National Championship - Paul Sokoloff goes for goldIt may have taken a few decades, but Paul Sokoloff is ready to take the leap and become a superstar at the 2015 WSOP National Championship.
- 2015 WSOP - Joe McKeehen leads November NineJoe McKeehen owned the final day of the WSOP main event in July and holds a massive chip lead heading into the final table in November.
- 2015 WSOP - Kearney leads the final 27 players after Day 6Thomas Kearney holds the lead as the 2015 WSOP main event field is down to the final 27 players.
- 2015 WSOP - Neuville leads final 69 players after Day 5Daniel Negreanu, Brian Hastings, Pierre Neuville and 66 others are still in contention at the WSOP main event after Day 5
- Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Former league boss Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Pienaar ruled outInjury has forced Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar to withdrawn from South Africa's squad due to play international friendlies this week.
- Partizan win marred by crowd troubleSerbian champions Partizan Belgrade came from behind to beat city rivals OFK 3-1 on Sunday, but their success was marred by serious crowd trouble among groups of their own fans.
- Slew set for spell on sidelinesOn-loan Oldham striker Jordan Slew suffered another injury setback during the 1-0 win over Portsmouth. Slew was hurt against Walsall and missed the Stevenage game, returning to parent cl...
- Game of Thrones tour of Dubrovnik is more than just fantasyGet to the heart of the Seven Kingdoms and discover the real King's Landing on this cruise ship excursion with a difference
- Gamescom 2013: Live updates on the news, gameplay footage, trailers and announcements from day threeIt's day three of gamescom 2013 and we have live news and updates coming direct from Cologne, Germany.
- Transfer news LIVE: All of Thursday's gossip, rumours and done deals as they happenWho? What? When? Where? How? Which? All those questions and more (possibly) answered in Thursday's transfer live blog
- Edinburgh TV festival LIVE: Follow GEITF news and live updates, as they happenLet us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below or tweeting us at @MirrorTVNews
- Ricky Gervais plans David Brent film based around hit YouTube series Learn To Play GuitarComedian is planning a David Brent film, album and world tour as he resurrects his most famous small screen character
- Little Mix join forces with Caroline Flack and tell cancer to jog onWHAT a bunch a beauties.
- Myleene Klass does the school run in animal print and heels comboNOT bad for a Monday morning.
- Peaches Geldof plays proud mummy in intimate family picturesTHEY look so content.
- Judge rules in favour of Emma Thompson in Effie court caseEMMA THOMPSON has been given the go-ahead to proceed with a movie about the lives of 19th century poet JOHN RUSKIN, his wife EFFIE GRAY and her lover, painter JOHN EVERETT MILLIAS, after...
- Eva Mendes organised special 'mothers' day' for film researchActress EVA MENDES gathered up all the mums in her life for an intensive 'mothers' day' so she could get a feel for what it's like to be a woman with a kid for her new film THE PLACE AMO...
- Asus' latest gaming monitor looks like Guy Fieri designed itThe ultra-wide curved monitor rocks an angular design with orange accents.
- Big hands needed for the 7-inch Lenovo Phab Plus (pictures)Lenovo Phab Plus
- Lenovo Vibe P1 comes packing a giant 5,000mAh battery (pictures)Lenovo Vibe P1
- Lenovo's selfie-ready Vibe S1 (pictures)Lenovo Vibe S1
- Rival accuses Google's Waze of stealing traffic dataIf proven true, the lawsuit could show the search giant took a wrong turn in its bidding war with Facebook over Waze in 2013.
- Migrants shut Eurostar trains to UK; dead wash up on Turkish beachCALAIS, France/BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants poured overnight onto the high-speed railway linking Paris with London near the French port of Calais, stranding passengers in dar...
- Syriza falls behind conservatives ahead of Greek election - pollATHENS (Reuters) - Greek leftist Syriza party on Wednesday fell behind its main conservative rivals for the first time since former premier Alexis Tsipras resigned, offering further evide...
- Murdoch favourite Brooks returns to UK job in remarkable comebackLONDON (Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks, the Rupert Murdoch protegee cleared last year of orchestrating a criminal campaign that damaged the British establishment, will return to her old job ru...
- FTSE closes positive, follows Wall Street gainsLONDON (Reuters) - Britain's leading share index ended higher on Wednesday, buoyed by results from industrial equipment hire group Ashtead and by opening gains on Wall Street [.N].
- Cameron backs down on government rules for EU referendum - BBCLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron has backed down over rules limiting the involvement of the government in campaigning before a referendum on European Union membersh...
- Skull of Nosferatu director stolenThe skull of the director of 1920s silent horror movie classic Nosferatu has been stolen from his grave in Germany.
- German court finds "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz" guiltyA 94-year-old German man who worked as a bookkeeper at the Auschwitz death camp has been convicted of being an accessory to the murder of 300,000 people and sentenced to four years in pri...
- Scottish growth outstrips UK expansionSCOTTISH gross domestic product grew by 0.6 per cent in the first quarter of this year, ahead of 0.4 per cent expansion in the UK as a whole, official figures have revealed.
- Scots singer Finley Quaye kicked off-stage by music promoter for 'polluting his venue with b******t'The Scottish singer Finley Quaye, a star in the 1990s, has been ejected from the stage after the venue's owner objected to the 'bullsh*t' he was playing.
- Pub giant Wetherspoon issues warning over living wageSHARES in JD Wetherspoon fell by nearly seven per cent in morning trading after it warned the government's commitment to introducing a living wage has cast "considerable uncertainty" over...
- Grounds maintenance teams will cut back by not cutting backThe upkeep of private ground by Perth and Kinross Council was this week described as ''ludicrous''.
- Thousands brave cold for Dundee Christmas Light Night 2011The festive season officially arrived in Dundee on Friday as around 25,000 people braved the cold for the switching-on of the Christmas lights.
- 'New' name for Dundee street would be link to medieval pastA long-abandoned medieval street name could soon return to Dundee.
- Lingerie boss Michelle Mone's Carnoustie kitchen all part of her great support for Erskine charityAn Angus couple this week told how Scottish lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone cooked for them in their home — and then did the washing up!
- VIDEO: Gordon Brown contributes to student's football-themed documentaryA Fife university student enrolled the help of the former Prime Minister to make a moving documentary about the Blue Brazil.
- Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith confirms he would work under Jeremy Corbyn if he wins Labour leadership contestThe MP for Pontypridd broke his silence with days to go before the leadership result is declared
- Live Wales breaking news: Man left in critical condition after Cardiff assault, familiar face returns to Doctor Who and Cardiff Bus strike latestWales' live news service featuring all the latest traffic, weather, M4, showbiz and sport updates from across the country
- Rugby World Cup: WRU chief calls on tournament organisers to consider opening Millennium Stadium for England clash60,000 packed into the iconic arena to watch Wales take on France in the 2011 Rugby World Cup semi-final
- The UK must 'rediscover some backbone' says Carwyn Jones as drowned Kurdish boy's image shocks EuropeA picture of a drowned Kurdish boy washed up on a beach in Turkey provoked an outpouring of sympathy for people fleeing Islamic State in Syria and Iraq
- Welsh Minister Stephen Crabb welcomes creation of 250 jobs at a new manufacturing plant for military vehiclesHe said that Wales will play a 'vital role' in keeping soldiers safe in the field
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- AP sources: GOP seeks pledge to avert Trump third-party runWASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican National Committee has challenged every GOP presidential candidate to sign a pledge not to undertake a third-party bid in 2016 under any circumstances.
- New Ferguson report offers lessons on handling protestsWASHINGTON (AP) — The police response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, last summer offers lessons in how not to handle mass demonstrations, according to a Justice Department report that ...
- Residents of eroding village welcome Obama's attentionANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Residents of a Native village threatened by erosion were thankful Wednesday for President Barack Obama's attention to their plight, saying they hope his vis...
- Shaky-serving Serena survives second round testBy Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - Serena Williams took her second step in a drive to complete the calendar-year Grand Slam but a lacklustre performance from the service line sent her str...
- Obama visit to Arctic spotlights tough life in AlaskaKOTZEBUE, Alaska (AP) — With a historic visit to the Alaska Arctic, President Barack Obama on Wednesday turned the spotlight on the plight of Alaska Natives and others who toil in rural ...
- HIV Clinic 'Screwed Up' By Releasing NamesA clinic that is part of the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust sends an email with the names of hundreds using its HIV services.Blood being tested for HIV at a blood transfusion centre
- Shocking Image Shows Syrian Boy's Drowned BodyThe distressing image from a Turkish beach shows officials tending to the washed-up body of a young refugee after a boat capsized.A Turkish gendarmerie stands next to a young migrant, who...
- Angry Migrants Stranded In Hungary Stage ProtestMigrants are being stopped from travelling on trains to Germany, as Berlin calls for EU rules on granting asylum to be reassessed.Migrant protest
- Backpacker Accused: I Was Tortured NakedBurmese migrant Zaw Lin says police threatened to pull his teeth out as they tortured him to confess to killing two Britons.Britons killed on Koh Tao
- Labour Leadership Battle: The Final DebateThe special live programme on Sky News is the last TV debate between the contenders before voting ends in the closely fought race.Labour's Future: The Final Debate
- Reine-Adelaide in Arsenal squadArsene Wenger has included 17-year-old Jeff Reine-Adelaide in Arsenal's Champions League squad after impressive pre-season performances.
- Charlton superior to RooneySir Geoff Hurst believes Wayne Rooney to be a "true great" but doubts he will ever be able to match the success of Sir Bobby Charlton.
- Joseph ready for World CupJonathan Joseph is determined to seize his opportunity when he spearheads England's quest for Rugby World Cup glory on home soil.
- County shake-up moves closerThe England and Wales Cricket Board has moved a step closer to a significant revamp of the domestic calendar.
- Juventus refused Pogba offersJuventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta believes star midfielder Paul Pogba could be worth more than £73m (100m euros) if the club decide to sell him.