Veronica Panarello throttled her son Loris Stival to death with electrical cables and abandoned his body in a remote gully in Santa Croce, Sicily. When Panarello confessed that her son had been killed, she blamed her husband’s father Andrea Stival. Panarello was found guilty of the boy’s murder and of concealing a body and jailed for 30 years.
It has been reported that the Dear Darlin singer is banned from performing at any official events in Manchester. The Essex native left fans and Olympians bereft when he pulled out of the city’s Olympic and Paralympic parade show at the last minute on Monday and watched a Manchester United v Liverpool football game instead but his decision to ditch the gig infuriated councillor Pat Karney, who has told him he’s never allowed to play future shows in the borough. Scrambling to defend himself, Olly has hit back at Cllr Karney in an interview with The Sun newspaper and insisted he doesn’t know all the facts.
Shayne Ward has reportedly been left “hugely embarrassed” after an x-rated sex tape of him leaked online. Snapshots and GIFs of the video have been circulating on social media, while blurred stills reveal Shayne’s face and chest tattoos, leading to huge embarrassment for the former X Factor winner. A source told The Sun that Shayne couldn’t believe that the privately shot footage – which was filmed years ago, when he was very much single – had even surfaced online in the first place.
Canada walked out of talks Friday meant to save a massive trade deal with the European Union, unable to break a deadlock with a small Belgian region that has been defying multinational efforts to have ...
A woman has died after being stabbed in the street during a daylight attack by "10 or 11 men" in Newcastle. Jodie Wilkinson, 27 and from Newcastle, was attacked during an apparent argument in Stanhope Street on Monday afternoon. Ms Wilkinson's male companion, 25, was also stabbed but has since been released from hospital.
Dear Delta, it's 2016 — That means there are male doctors and female doctors. There are white doctors, Asian doctors, Latino doctors, Indian doctors, and yes, Black doctors too. That was the message dozens of black doctors hoped to covey to the airline after Dr. Tamika Cross was turned away from trying to provide medical assistance to a patient on board, simply because a flight attendant didn't believe she was a doctor. To make matters worse, a second very similar incident surfaced a few days later from Dr. Ashely Denmark, a doctor from South Carolina who was travelling from Seattle to Hawaii. Denmark offered help to a traveler in need of medical assistance onboard another Delta flight only to be snubbed by another flight attendant and told to have a seat while two nurses helped the patient. In response, other black doctors have taken to Twitter to share their selfies in solidarity with Cross and Denmark with the hashtag #WhatADoctorLooksLike. Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know your thoughts by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
It was disturbing enough that Donald Trump has thrown loose talk around on the campaign trail that he feels the election is going to be rigged against him. “I’ll look at it at the time,” was all that Trump would say, after being asked multiple times by Fox News’ Chris Wallace, the moderator of the third and final presidential debate.
Or if after telling Captain Scott, “I am just going outside and may be some time”, Captain Oates had popped back to ask for directions. The Far East consortium that is bidding to buy the Black Cats apparently want to eject David Moyes and replace him with his predecessor. Moyes, meanwhile, has received a vote of confidence from Sunderland chief executive Martin Bain.
Here is how sterling looks against the dollar at just after 2.20 p.m. BST (9.20 a.m. ET):Investing.comAnd here is how the pound looks against the euro at the same time:Investing.comSterling is getting a triple boost from the dollar's weakness, a possible parliamentary vote on Article 50, and the return of inflation. Kathleen Brooks, research director at City Index, says in an emailed statement this morning: "The start of the week was marked by a weaker dollar and a decline in Treasury yields. "The key driver of the dollar rally in recent weeks has been the rise in Treasury yields.
“Please respect it as I bought it with my own money. Plus my Daddy risked getting arrested planting it!”
A young boy is apparently being forced to miss school because a rare condition on his feet means he poses a health and safety risk. Spencer Kristianson, six, suffers from Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, a condition that causes his feet to grow at different speeds. As a result, he need expensive orthotic shoes that cost £300 a pair - something his mother Amber, from Castleford, West Yorkshire, would have to replace every three months.
What with Little Mix’s new single being all about exes, the girls have been talking about their ex-boyfriends quite a lot in a series of interviews. The latest revelation comes courtesy of Perrie Edwards, with the star revealing that she suffered an actual breakdown in the security line of an airport following one particularly nasty phone call with an ex. Speaking on Heart FM’s breakfast radio show, Perrie was asked about her lowest ever ex moment, and she recalled: “I was at the airport and I got an awful phone call, erm, from someone.
Pierce Brosnan was in the news for all the wrong reasons after signing on to promote Pan Bahar, an Indian mouth freshener (pan masala). Soon after the company splashed his face on the front page of national newspapers (along with the release of a video advertisement), the James Bond star became the target of severe criticism, with many pointing out that the product he was endorsing was known to cause oral cancer and other illnesses. "As a man who has spent decades championing women's healthcare and environmental protection, I was distressed to learn of Pan Bahar's unauthorised and deceptive use of my image to endorse their range of pan masala products," Brosnan said in a statement to People magazine.
Yesterday, our own Dustin Rowles argued that The Walking Dead‘s cliffhanger offseason was a success. “Our speculation may have been tinged with anger for the first couple of months, but now The Walking Dead fans genuinely have something to look forward to.” Rowles compared the gamble to what happened on Game of Thrones, when “do you think Jon Snow is dead or alive?” became as culturally ubiquitous as asking about the weather. “This season, there’s far less chatter surrounding the series, because last season’s finale didn’t leave us with an open question as compelling as Jon Snow’s fate.” Speak for yourself: someone clearly hasn’t been following #GendryWatch.