Related News: 152
All   News   Finance   Sports   Life

Last Hour  -  Last 12 Hours  -  Last 24 Hours  -  Last Week    

World - Two dead, massive outages after windstorm slams Washington state

(Reuters) - A powerful windstorm toppled trees, killing two people in Washington state as work crews scrambled on Sunday to restore power to 450,000 customers, a TV report showed. A father driving with his three-year-old daughter in Gig Harbor, just west of Tacoma, was killed on Saturday when a tree fell on his car, KOMO 4 TV reported. Within two hours, a falling branch struck and killed a 10-year-old girl in Federal Way, just east of Tacoma, the television station reported. Gusting winds were blamed for massive power outages affecting as many as 450,000 customers. ...

Sunday, August 30, 2015  16:51


Top Stories - Cord-cutting tipping point? Cable subscriptions plummet

Conventional pay TV is about to go the way of the dodo.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  15:39


Sports - Baseball fan dies after fall in Atlanta stadium

(Reuters) - A baseball fan died on Saturday after falling from the stands during a game between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees, the Braves and media said. `There was an accident during tonight`s game involving a fan,` the Braves said on its official Twitter page, later adding the team had received confirmation that the person `has passed away.` A reporter covering the game for Fox News described the incident on-air, telling viewers `Someone just fell over the upper-deck right below us.` The fan was treated at Atlanta`s Turner Field but died at a local hospital. Authorities were trying to determine how or why the fan fell.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  05:11


World - Women register to run for election in Saudi first

Saudi women for the first time began to register as candidates Sunday for municipal polls in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom where they face a host of restrictions, including a driving ban. Saudi-funded newspaper Al-Hayat said earlier this month that around 200 women had expressed interest in running as candidates in the December 12 vote. Candidate registration is to run until September 17, while voter registration ends on September 14.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  14:46


Top Stories - Denim, leopard: Williams` wild court fashions

Denim shorts, braids and leopard print. During her career, Serena Williams has stamped a stylish mark on the U.S. Open. We celebrate her eclectic sartorial choices over the last 17 years.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  13:52


World - Top Asian News at 2:00 a.m. GMT

BANGKOK (AP) Thai authorities arrested a foreign man they said had been holed up in a suburban apartment with bomb-making equipment and stacks of passports, the first possible breakthrough in the deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine nearly two weeks ago. Police and soldiers on Saturday raided the apartment in a non-descript concrete building on the outskirts of eastern Bangkok and found bomb-making materials that matched those used in the Aug. 17 blast at the Erawan Shrine in central Bangkok, police said.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  03:22


Technology - Cutting the Cord: Rabbit TV brings free streaming video to Facebook

Rabbit TV is bringing a free version of its streaming video service to Facebook.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  15:57


World - 17-year-old migrant killed in shootout at sea with Greek police

A 17-year-old migrant was killed during a shootout at sea between Greek port police and human smugglers, the government said. `A serious incident occurred off the island of Symi when a yacht carrying 70 migrants from Turkey`s western shores tried to illegally enter (Greek waters),` the marine ministry said in a statement. Greek port police and officials from the EU border agency Frontex managed to halt and board the boat.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  02:46


World - Huge protest in Tokyo rails against PM Abe`s security bills

By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of protesters gathered near Japan`s parliament building on Sunday to oppose legislation allowing the military to fight overseas, the latest sign of public mistrust in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe`s security policy. In one of Japan`s biggest protests in years - organizers put the crowd at 120,000 - people of all ages braved occasional rain to join the rally, chanting and holding up placards with slogans such as `No War` and `Abe, quit`. A second nearby park area also filled with protesters. The rally was one of more than 300 this weekend in Japan protesting Abe`s move to loosen the post-war, pacifist constitution`s constraints on the military. `Sitting in front of TV and just complaining wouldn`t do,` said Naoko Hiramatsu, a 44-year-old associate professor in French and one of the Tokyo protesters.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  10:53


Sports - Fan dies after fall in Atlanta stadium

`We have received confirmation that the fan involved in an accident at this evening`s game has passed away,` the Braves said in a statement after the game. A reporter covering the game for Fox News described the incident on-air, telling viewers `Someone just fell over the upper-deck right below us` when the incident happened during the seventh inning. The fan received emergency medical treatment for about 10 minutes at Atlanta`s Turner Field and was given CPR before being taken to Grady Hospital.

Sunday, August 30, 2015  06:06

Page:1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  

kova  haberturk tv haber quest net  30 09 09 sabah gazetesi arsiv  www supplement glupoty com  technology  24 ege tv haberleri izle  xxl tv izle canly  dnk sehit haberleri  izmirdeki dunku trafik kazalari  01 01 2009 zaman  ankara yenimahalle ssk bloklarinda cinayet  halk gazetesi eleman  bence kitap  selahattin tozlu kabak  aksam gazete  28 09 2008  all korea  www htsinav com sbs deneme sinavi  roket tobe  askeri tabip maaslari  fox haber  istanbul da okullar tatil 10 12 2010