• Jackson renames third Hobbit film

    Peter Jackson has changed the title of the third Hobbit film.

    Press Association26 mins ago
    • Malaysia Airlines MH370: Reports Speculate that Missing Plane May Have Landed and Not Crashed

      The mystery of the vanished Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has taken a new twist with the international team probing the incident now considering the possibility that the plane may have landed rather than ended up in the Indian Ocean, according to various media reports. Peter Herzig, Executive…

      IB Times
      • Premier League - Meulensteen: Moyes ignored advice he was given

        David Moyes lost his job as Manchester United manager because he ignored advice according to ex-United coach Rene Meulensteen.

        Reuters
        • Pictured: RAF Jets Intercept Russian Bombers

          Pictures showing the moment two Russian bombers were chased away from Britain by RAF fighter jets have been released. They were turned away off the coast of northeast Scotland by two Typhoon fighters scrambled from RAF Leuchars. The images, released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD), were taken by…

          Sky News
          • Girlfriend: I comforted dying Mark

            A heartbroken friend of the Duchess of Cornwall's brother revealed she placed her hand on his heart to comfort him as he lay dying after a fall on a New York street.

            Press Association52 mins ago
            • How estate agents buy their own homes

              Three estate agents who know the tricks of the trade tell their own stories of landing a dream home

              Telegraph
              • Nigeria: HIV Positive Paedophile Ubale Sa'idu Dotsa to be Stoned to Death For Raping and Infecting Girl

                A Sharia court has sentenced a Nigerian man to death by stoning for raping a girl of 10 and infecting her with HIV in Kano, Northern Nigeria. The man added he did not know he was infected with HIV and argued that the child tempted him by visiting his shop often at night. But Justice Khadi Faruq…

                IB Times
                • Ghadie happy to be Corrie villain

                  Coronation Street star Samia Ghadie has said she is happy to play the cobbles' unhinged character for once.

                  Press Association31 mins ago
                  • The Bachelorette's Creator Says Everyone's 'In Shock' Over Eric Hill's Tragic Death

                    Mike Fleiss Says The Show Will Be 'as Sensitive As Possible'

                    EntertainmentWise
                    • Blood Of World’s Oldest Woman Shows Life Limit

                      Scientists who examined the body of one of the world's oldest women say dying stem cells may be the "limit" on our lifespans. They say two-thirds of Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper's blood at the time of her death originated from just two stem cells - humans are born with around 20,000. The findings…

                      Sky News
                      • UK nurse leaves Sri Lanka after tattoo jail ordeal

                        A British nurse jailed in Sri Lanka for sporting a Buddha tattoo left the country Thursday after suffering what she says was sexual and other harassment by prison officers.

                        AFP
                        • Germany proposes joint U.S., EU, Russia trip to Ukraine

                          The United States, the European Union and Russia should make a joint high-level trip to hotspots in Ukraine with local officials to signal political backing to the April 17 Geneva agreement, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says. U.S. officials are growing increasingly impatient…

                          Reuters27 mins ago
                          • Health Atlas Reveals Patterns Of Illness

                            The series of high resolution maps covering England and Wales show striking variations in the risk of cancer and other diseases in different areas. Lung cancer is far more common in the North West and North East of England than in mid-Wales and the South West. The online tool…

                            Sky News25 mins ago
                            • Solar Eclipse to Transform Sun into 'Annulus' Ring of Fire

                              A solar eclipse set to take place on Tuesday 29 April will transform the Sun into a "ring of fire". Solar eclipses occur during a new moon, when the moon gradually passes between Earth and the Sun. The event taking place next week will be an annular solar eclipse, which occurs when the moon is…

                              IB Times
                              • First lady gets resume from girl with jobless dad

                                Michelle Obama's annual question-and-answer session with the children of Executive Office employees took a serious turn Thursday when a 10-year-old girl in the front row told the first lady that her dad ...

                                Associated Press
                                • Paedophile Abused Up To 60 Pupils At School

                                  William James Vahey, who killed himself as investigators began to uncover the scale of his crimes, captured images of his attacks on students at Southbank International School. Executive principal Graham Lacey said images of between 50 and 60 pupils were found on Vahey's computer.

                                  Sky News33 mins ago
                                  • China: Recycled Concrete Houses 3D-Printed in 24 Hours

                                    A Chinese construction firm based in Shanghai has succeeded in building 10 houses each measuring 200 square metres in 24 hours by using an enormous 3D printer. The houses are all eco-friendly and constructed from 3D-printed building blocks made from layers of recycled construction waste and glass…

                                    IB Times
                                    • The banks customers are deserting

                                      As thousands take advantage of new bank switching rules, a report highlights which are losing most customers.

                                      lovemoney.com
                                      • Why London's Gherkin went into Receivership

                                        To excuse what is already becoming a tired cliché, the Gherkin has got itself in a right pickle. The City of London skyscraper, more properly known as 30 St Mary Axe, went into receivership, just 10 years after it became an integral part of the capital's skyline. Deloitte is acting as the…

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