'Major' emergency as boat capsizes
bbc.co.uk - 6 hours ago
A rescue operation is under way after migrant boat capsizes off the Italian island of Lampedusa.
The next great managerial rivalry?
bbc.co.uk - 5 hours ago
Shared history and futures entwined - is Louis van Gaal's developing rivalry with Jose Mourinho the new Mourinho v Ferguson?
Kim Jong-Un 'Climbs North Korea's Highest Peak'
sky.com - 3 hours ago
Scaling the 2,750-metre peak provides mental energy "more powerful than any kind of nuclear weapon", the leader reportedly says.
‘Gilbert Blythe’ is dead
news.com.au - 7 hours ago
ANNE of Green Gables fans are in the ‘depths of despair’ after news of Jonathan Crombie’s death. The actor was best known for his role as Gilbert Blythe.
‘The violence was atrocious’
news.com.au - 5 hours ago
JESSICA Silva stabbed her ex-partner to death following years of abuse. After two years in prison, she is sharing her story with the world.
Shroud of Turin back on display
bbc.co.uk - 8 hours ago
The Shroud of Turin, which some believe to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, returns to public display after a break of five years.
Julie Bishop: Foreign Minister's Iranian bazaar walk a bizarre sight for Tehran locals
smh.com.au - 6 hours ago
At home in Australia, the sight of a politician smiling and chatting with people on a march though a shopping mall is almost ritual television.
Clarkson describes cancer scare
bbc.co.uk - 8 hours ago
Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson reveals doctors told him a lump on his tongue was "probably cancer" two days before he hit a BBC producer.
France invests €100mn in battle against anti-Semitism & Islamophobia
rt.com - 8 hours ago
France is allocating €100 million to battle racism, anti-Semitism and Muslim hate in the wake of recent hatred-driven violent attacks in the country, but it will take at least a decade to get rid
Uneasy calm in Johannesburg after anti-immigrant riots
aljazeera.com - 4 hours ago
Police on alert in South Africa's financial hub after outbreak of violence left six dead and more than 1,000 displaced.
Blast targets UN office in Gaza Strip
ynetnews.com - 6 hours ago
Twin blasts hit Gaza police station and UN's refugee agency's headquarters; no injuries reported.
Age-old justice tradition losing support in Pakistan
aljazeera.com - 3 hours ago
Some tribal leaders now say the culture of giving daughters away as compensation for murder should be scrapped.
Young people leaving foster homes at 18 still need care
smh.com.au - 6 hours ago
Need to ad video and pis before publishing - I will do this. Helen Pitt
Remote-Controlled Jets? Germanwings Crash Prompts Debate
nbcnews.com - 9 hours ago
Technology that would allow planes to be controlled remotely in situations similar to the Germanwings tragedy is being eyed by German authorities.
Britain Uncovered survey results: the attitudes and beliefs of Britons in 2015
guardian.co.uk - 6 hours ago
It’s less than three weeks until Britain goes to the polls, and the nation seems divided. Here, we find out what British people really think about the issues that matter – from money and
Earth Day at 45: How Environmentalism Has Evolved
msnbc.msn.com - 9 hours ago
Experts say the environmental challenges facing the world are less visible and more complex than they were when Earth Day was established in 1970.
Tweed police search for armed man
goldcoast.com.au - 7 hours ago
EVERY police crew south of the border has been mobilised to find a man who is believed to be armed and running around the streets.
Having children is a personal choice that shouldn't be subsidised, says David Leyonhjelm
smh.com.au - 8 hours ago
Australians who do not have children should not be forced to subsidise those who do according to liberal democratic Senator David Leyonhjelm, who says he will not support increased childcare rebates.
Essay: Oklahoma Attack Still Raw on Anniversary
msnbc.msn.com - 9 hours ago
NBC News' Al Henkel was on the scene the day the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City was attacked.
Nato aircraft exercise over Wales
bbc.co.uk - 3 hours ago
Dozens of military aircraft take part in Nato Joint Warrior exercise over south Wales.
The legend of Bill the Bastard
news.com.au - 5 hours ago
BILL the Bastard was the unbreakable horse, but he became a Great War legend who saved soldier’s lives along with 130,000 others, many of whom met a tragic end.
Veteran Wayne Swan should go, says long-time friend Cameron Milner
smh.com.au - 7 hours ago
Wayne Swan's decision to renominate for another term in Parliament has sparked fear amongst his colleagues about his leadership intentions and prompted one long -time supporter to call for the former
California Fire Threatens Homes, Forces Evacuations
msnbc.msn.com - 6 hours ago
Mandatory evacuations were ordered Saturday night as firefighters battled an out-of-control brush fire that was threatening 200 homes in Chino.
Lebanon to get first Saudi-funded French weapons
aljazeera.com - 2 hours ago
Combat vehicles, helicopters and warships to arrive over four years as part of $3bn scheme to help fight armed groups.
China makes big cut in bank reserve requirement to fight slowdown
reuters.com - 2 hours ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's central bank on Sunday cut the amount of cash that banks must hold as reserves, the second industry-wide cut in two months, adding more liquidity to the world's
China Cuts Banks' Reserve Ratio
wsj.com - 2 hours ago
China’s central bank cut the reserve requirement on bank deposits by one percentage point, in a move to free up funds for loans to struggling companies.
Scarlett O'Hara's dress sells for $137,000
cnn.com - 8 hours ago
A dress worn by Vivien Leigh as she played Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone With The Wind" has fetched $137,000 at an auction.
Impressions from the Hermit Kingdom
aljazeera.com - 5 hours ago
Being able to take part in Pyongyang Marathon, to interact with the crowds lining the streets, was a unique privilege.
A New Whitney
nytimes.com - 2 hours ago
No longer a fortress in an uneasy city, the Whitney Museum of American Art opens itself up to a changed New York, a glittery emblem signaling a definitive shift in the city’s social geography. The
Manager Adams leaves Tranmere job
bbc.co.uk - 37 minutes ago
Tranmere part company with manager Micky Adams by mutual consent with the club bottom of the Football League.
Kone double stuns Carteron's Mazembe
bbc.co.uk - 38 minutes ago
Ismael Kone scores twice in two minutes to snatch a 2-2 draw against Patrice Carteron's TP Mazembe in the African Champions League.
Revealed: Ben Affleck asked for slave-owning ancestor story to be cut from PBS documentary
rawstory.com - 2 hours ago
Hollywood megastar Ben Affleck, also known for his support of liberal causes, asked documentary makers to censor their discovery that one of his ancestors owned slaves, according to a leaked email
A night inside Sydney’s busiest emergency room
dailytelegraph.com.au - 7 hours ago
A WOMAN repeatedly beaten with a metal pole, a drug overdose and an older lady run over by a 4WD. These are just some of the case that came up in one of Australia’s busiest emergency departments on
McCoy wife wants him 'in one piece'
bbc.co.uk - 53 minutes ago
AP McCoy's wife says she would "trade every winner" of his career to get the 19-time champion jockey "out in one piece".
Boxer’s ridiculous party trick
news.com.au - 7 hours ago
AN INCREDIBLE video has emerged of star British boxer Amir Khan performing the coolest of party tricks in the gym.
North Pole-2015: Russia launches drifting Arctic station
rt.com - 5 hours ago
Russia has inaugurated the North Pole-2015, a new scientific drifting station designed to maintain the presence of Russian researchers in the Arctic Ocean for months.Read Full Article at RT.com
Raiders post 30 unanswered points for win
dailytelegraph.com.au - 6 hours ago
CANBERRA have produced a stunning upset on Sunday afternoon, polling 30 unanswered points to beat the Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval.
Peace Now chief does reserve duty in West Bank
ynetnews.com - 4 hours ago
Despite being one of the most outspoken critics of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, Peace Now director Yariv Oppenheimer serves his country as an IDF reservist: 'It's my civilian duty.'
Barnes and Conlan book places at Rio 2016
rte.ie - 9 hours ago
Paddy Barnes and Michael Conlan have qualified to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after recording victories at the World Series of Boxing in Maiquetia in Venezuela.
Ladies, is your pain ‘normal’?
news.com.au - 7 hours ago
WE THINK of ourselves as a pretty open society but there’s one thing we don’t want to talk about - instead we prefer to make jokes about it.
Vet and former Playboy model scuffles with cops over flag
nydailynews.com - 4 hours ago
Michelle Manhart attempted to swipe away a damaged flag that protesters had been stomping on in a demonstration at Valdosta State.
Pellegrini fears axe for fifth place
bbc.co.uk - 2 hours ago
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he could be sacked if his team fail to finish in the top four.
Three Shot at Delaware State University Cookout
msnbc.msn.com - 8 hours ago
Gunfire rang out Saturday at a fraternity and sorority cookout on the DSU campus. It is unclear whether the three shot were students.
Police appeal to 'Syria-bound' family
bbc.co.uk - 2 hours ago
A family of six who have been reported missing may be travelling to a part of Syria controlled by Islamic State militants, police say.
Many still homeless months after Malaysia floods
aljazeera.com - 2 hours ago
Residents of Kelantan still struggling, nearly four months after northeastern province's worst deluge in decades.
Sitaram Yechury is new CPM general secretary
indiatimes.com - 9 hours ago
The Communist Party of India has elected Sitaram Yechury as the new general secretary.
'Mysterious' Disease Kills 18 In Nigeria
sky.com - 8 hours ago
An unidentified disease in southern Nigeria is killing patients within 24 hours, health officials say.
Haryana's Harappa saluted women 5,000 years ago
indiatimes.com - 9 hours ago
Given its skewed sex ratio and long list of repressive khap diktats, it is difficult to imagine Haryana as a place which put women on a higher pedestal than men.
Woman hurt in Trafalgar lion fall
bbc.co.uk - 3 hours ago
A woman is seriously hurt when she falls up to 11ft from one of the bronze lion sculptures in Trafalgar Square.
BuzzFeed Says Posts Were Deleted Because of Advertising Pressure
nytimes.com - 9 hours ago
At least three posts out of more than 1,000 were erased after employees from the company’s business side complained about their content, according to a memo from BuzzFeed’s editor.
The smiling face of ‘seaside sexism’
guardian.co.uk - 8 hours ago
Competitions to win a date with a Page 3 girl are presented as harmless fun, but it’s just the same old commodification of womenMy old flatmate, Tim, used to have a clipping on his wall from the
UN probe reportedly finds corruption in Afghan police oversight division
rt.com - 3 hours ago
A UN sponsored report has stated that Afghanistan government officials in charge of oversight of local police covered up complaints of corruption against law enforcement and has urged their
Sandow magic leaves Knights stunned
dailytelegraph.com.au - 4 hours ago
CHRIS Sandow has led Parramatta to a hard-fought six-point win over Newcastle for the Eels’ third win of the season.
Alice’s Adventures Underground review – never a dull moment
guardian.co.uk - 6 hours ago
The Vaults, London An aptly subterranean reworking of Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece is the perfect remedy for grown-ups who have forgotten what it is to play Continue reading...
Mark Hamill Said He Was 'Suspicious' of J.J. Abrams
abcnews.com - 9 hours ago
Mark Hamill was 'suspicious' of 'Star Wars' director J.J. Abrams: 'He was a 'Star Trek' guy'
Former MSP Tom McCabe dies aged 60
bbc.co.uk - 4 hours ago
Former Member of the Scottish Parliament Tom McCabe has died at the age of 60.
Stop the boats: Three words that shame the country, says ACTU boss Ged Kearney
smh.com.au - 4 hours ago
About 2000 people attended the "welcome refugees" rally in inner Sydney on Sunday, demanding the closure of offshore detention centres on Manus Island and Nauru.
Finland to vote amid economic slump
bbc.co.uk - 8 hours ago
Finnish voters are set to go to the polls, amid hopes that a new government will pull the country out of its three-year economic slump.
VIDEO: Fanfare as replica frigate sails to US
bbc.co.uk - 5 hours ago
A replica of an 18th century French warship has set sail from France for the United States.
France commemorates Algerian massacres for first time
france24.com - 2 hours ago
France’s veterans minister visited Algeria Sunday to mark the 70th anniversary of the 1945 Sétif Massacres, in which up to 45,000 Algerians were killed by French colonists and soldiers.
Appeal to trace teenager missing from Wicklow
rte.ie - 9 hours ago
An appeal has been issued to trace a 14-year-old boy who has been missing since Friday.
Sturgeon To Make Manifesto Offer To The North
sky.com - 3 hours ago
The SNP is attempting to persuade voters in England it can be trusted with public spending if it wins a large bloc in Westminster.
Haifa orders factories shut after report of cancerous pollution
ynetnews.com - 5 hours ago
After a Health Ministry report said that air pollution causes half of Haifa's child cancer cases, public pressure mounts, prompting mayor to order trucks to block entrance to polluting factories.
Anti-CSG protesters stage Australia’s 'longest ever' highway demonstration
guardian.co.uk - 9 hours ago
Hundreds of NSW residents – armed with placards and knitting needles – spread themselves over 2,000km of highway to protest against coal seam gas When the Knitting Nannas Against Gas attend an
SWAT standoff underway in Oceanside
10news.com - 8 hours ago
A SWAT standoff is underway Saturday evening in Oceanside, police said.    
Double-murder suspect Peter Fox may be in London, say police
guardian.co.uk - 4 hours ago
Police hunting for man wanted in connection with the murders of his mother and sister in Merseyside believe he may have travelled to the capitalPolice hunting for a man wanted in connection with the
VIDEO: Ed Miliband mobbed by hen party
bbc.co.uk - 48 minutes ago
Labour leader Ed Miliband poses for selfies with a group of women on a hen do in Chester.
Friends identify Oahu hiker who fell to her death
hawaiinewsnow.com - 9 hours ago
Loved ones are mourning the loss of a hiker who fell to her death from an off-limits trail in East Oahu on Friday. Friends of the woman, still too distraught to go on camera, tell us she worked at
Israel Football Association fight Palestinian call for FIFA ban
ynetnews.com - 3 hours ago
After FIFA agrees to discuss Palestinian Football Association's request to suspend Israel from league at congress on May 29, CEO and President of Israeli Football Association head to Switzerland to
VIDEO: Cameron and Sturgeon on UK's future
bbc.co.uk - 2 hours ago
Prime Minister David Cameron and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon speak to Andrew Marr about the future of the United Kingdom.
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