• Ohio couple married for 70 years dies hours apart

    An Ohio couple who met as teenagers and were married for 70 years, almost never sleeping apart, died from natural causes within a span of 15 hours, according to their daughter. Helen Felumlee, 92, died on April 12 at their home in Nashport, Ohio, about 55 miles (88 km) east of Columbus, and her…

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    • Football - Sterling is the best young player in Europe, says Rodgers

      Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hailed Raheem Sterling as the best young player in European football after the 19-year-old played a starring role in their 3-2

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      • American Atheists Send Cheeky Easter Greeting: 'Jesus Christ is a Myth'

        An atheist organisation has angered Christians by erecting a banner proclaiming "Nobody died for our 'sins,' Jesus Christ is a myth" next to an apparently innocent Easter display put up by a Christian group at Wisconsin Capitol in Madison, USA. The "Freedom from Religion Foundation" (FFRF) said…

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          • South Korean Ferry Disaster: Condition of Bodies Puzzles Investigators

            The search for the 270 passengers still missing on the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol is continuing, as medical experts reveal that the state of the bodies recovered so far is making it difficult to establish time and cause of death. Noting the recovered bodies had begun to lose rigor mortis…

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            • Football - Lerner leaves door open to sale

              Aston Villa chairman Randy Lerner has insisted he will not address rumours that he is ready to sell the club until the end of the season.

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              • Chinese Grand Prix - Result changed after chequered flag blunder

                The Chinese Grand Prix was cut short because of an error with the chequered flag, which was waved a lap early.

                Reuters
                • Prince George Goes Walkabout With Bilbies

                  Prince George made his first walkabout on the Australian leg of the royal tour when he met some indigenous animals at a zoo. The youngster looked fascinated as he was shown a bilby - a rabbit-like type of marsupial. At one point, as he was held by his father Prince William, he held out his hand…

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                  • China's Most Expensive Production Car Sells for £500,000

                    Communist China's FAW Group has sold its first Hongqi ("Red Flag") L5, the company has announced at the Beijing auto show. The first customer was Wang Zhonghua, who owns a nationwide furniture mall chain. The FAW Group Corp – formerly First Automotive Works - is China's local manufacturing…

                    IB Times
                    • Birmingham Schools in Islamist Trojan Horse Plot 'To Be Placed Under Special Measures'

                      Six Birmingham Schools at the heart of an investigation into a "Trojan horse" takeover plot by Islamists are to be placed under special measures. The BBC reports that Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw is to take personal charge of the education watchdog's investigation into the allegations, which…

                      IB Times
                      • Powdered alcohol is now a thing that will be sold in shops

                        It’s called Palcohol, and it’s only in the US for now.

                        TheJournal.ie
                        • Butler's sympathy for singer Duffy

                          Ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler has said he has sympathy for Welsh singer Duffy after her music career stalled - despite her firing him.

                          Press Association
                          • Ramsey, Podolski shine in Arsenal stroll

                            Lukas Podolski scored twice as Arsenal claimed an important 3-0 victory at Hull City on Sunday in his side's quest for a top-four finish and FA Cup success.

                            AFP
                            • Bankrupt British loans official resigns, embarrassing PM Cameron

                              By Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) - The head of a British government agency that hands out billions of pounds of loans to local authorities has resigned after failing to reveal he was bankrupt, Prime Minister David Cameron's office said on Sunday. Cameron appointed Tony Caplin, a former senior…

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                              • 5 Unanswered Questions About Jesus

                                As Christians worldwide gather for Easter to celebrate their belief in the death and rebirth of Jesus, researchers continue to delve into the mysteries that surround the man. The following are five questions about Jesus that, for now, at least, remain unanswered. In 2008, astronomer Dave Reneke…

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                                • Mercedes, BMW chase ultra rich clients with new high end cars

                                  Premium auto maker BMW (BMWG.DE) unveiled a luxury concept sedan in Beijing on Sunday, to gauge customer appetite for a car that would cost more than German manufacturer's current flagship 7 series limousine. Ian Robertson, BMW Group's board member responsible for sales and marketing said the car…

                                  Reuters41 mins ago
                                  • Hamilton wins Chinese GP in Mercedes one-two

                                    By Abhishek Takle SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton raced to a hat-trick of wins in Sunday's Formula One Chinese Grand Prix, cruising unchallenged to the flag ahead of team mate Nico Rosberg as a dominant Mercedes claimed a third straight one-two finish. The win was the 25th of Hamilton's…

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                                    • Chinese Grand Prix - Button: I don't know what McLaren are doing

                                      Jenson Button says McLaren's decline in Formula 1 form is becoming a major concern.

                                      AutoSport
                                      • Student fought bureaucrats for Holocaust justice

                                        AMSTERDAM (AP) — Charlotte van den Berg was a 20-year-old college student working part-time in Amsterdam's city archives when she and other interns came across a shocking find: letters from Jewish Holocaust survivors complaining that the city was forcing them to pay back taxes and late payment…

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                                        • Kerry Katona 'Nearly Died' Giving Birth To Her Daughter Jorgie

                                          The Mum of five lost a dangerous amount of blood after suffering from pre-eclampsia

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