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World - Love him or hate him, Mourinho set for United

Jose Mourinho will be faced with a litany of problems once the polarising Portuguese manager finally starts his Manchester United reign later this week. Mourinho could be confirmed as United`s new boss as early as Wednesday after his agent Jorge Mendes met the club`s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward for talks in London on Tuesday. The former Chelsea boss is reported to have been offered a three-year deal worth £15 million ($21 million, 19 million euros) per season and would be given a transfer war-chest of around £200 million to revive the troubled Premier League club following Louis van Gaal`s sacking on Monday.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016  02:16


World - Christie`s fined over elephant ivory sale

Christie`s auction house has been fined £3,250 ($4,750, 4,270 euros) for selling a piece of elephant ivory without the correct documentation, London police said Tuesday. The silver-mounted tusk, put up for auction last year, did not have the right documentation under wildlife protection laws, a police statement said. A representative for the auction house pleaded guilty in London for selling the ivory, in contravention of an article in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016  23:22


World - Brexit threatens £1 billion in research funding: study

A British vote to leave the European Union in next month`s referendum would put almost £1 billion in EU research funds to Britain at risk, a new study warned Wednesday. Competitive research funding from the EU and European Research Council to Britain amounted to £967 million (1.24 billion euros, $1.39 billion) in 2015, according to research company Digital Science. Britain is the second largest recipient of EU research funds after Germany, receiving £8.04 billion in the past decade compared to £8.34 billion for Germany.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016  11:57


World - Burberry cuts cloth as profits slide

Luxury fashion group Burberry on Wednesday announced a fall in annual net profits, triggering a three-year programme of cost savings totalling at least £100 million ($144 million, 128 million euros) . Profits after tax dropped 8.0 percent to £309.5 million in its financial year that ended March 31 as the group was hit by weak performances in Hong Kong and Macau, the handbag and clothing company said in an earnings statement. Burberry, which last month warned that its new financial year would see profits at the bottom end of expectations, added Wednesday that it had `identified a programme of actions to deliver at least £100 million... cost savings` by 2019.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016  10:17


World - Cantona sideswipe as Mourinho closes in on Manchester United

Jose Mourinho is expected to be named as Manchester United`s new manager despite club great Eric Cantona saying incoming Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola would have been a better choice. Mourinho`s agent Jorge Mendes was in talks with United`s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward in London on Tuesday after Louis van Gaal`s troubled two-year reign at Old Trafford ended with his sacking a day earlier. Former Chelsea boss Mourinho is reported to have been offered a three-year deal worth £15 million ($21 million, 19 million euros) per season and would be given a transfer war-chest of around £200 million to revive the troubled Premier League club.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016  20:58


World - Liverpool sign Mainz goalkeeper Karius

Liverpool signed Germany Under-21 goalkeeper Loris Karius from Mainz on Tuesday for a fee reported to be £4.7 million ($6.8 million, 6.1 million euros). Karius agreed a five-year contract with the Premier League club and is expected to provide strong competition for Liverpool`s current first-choice goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. The 22-year-old has taken the number one shirt with the approval of Reds boss Jurgen Klopp, while the error-prone Mignolet currently wears number 22.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016  18:04


World - Adele `signs to Sony for £90 million`

British singer-songwriter Adele has signed a contract with Sony worth up to £90 million (117 million euros, $131 million), in one of the biggest ever record deals, British media reported. Adele has been at London-based independent label XL Recordings since she was a teenager. It appears the Grammy-award-winning singer has now moved to music giant Sony, signing the deal through one of its US labels, Columbia.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016  11:06


World - Post-Brexit EU trade deals `extremely difficult`: Osborne

British finance minister George Osborne warned Saturday that the UK would find it `extremely difficult` to conclude trade deals with European Union countries if it quit the bloc. Speaking to the BBC at a meeting of G7 finance ministers in Sendai, Japan, Osborne said it would be tough to strike those deals while also trying to reach new trade agreements with non-EU countries. `It`s absolutely clear if you speak to the finance ministers here from France, Germany and other European countries that if Britain left the EU, and wanted access to the single market, the access that we need for jobs and investment at home, then we would need to pay into the EU budget and we`d have to accept free movement of people but we`d have no say over those policies at all,` Osborne said.

Friday, May 20, 2016  22:57


World - Tunisian Islamists Ennahda move to separate politics, religion

By Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia`s Islamist party Ennahda will separate its political and religious work, its chief said on Friday, moving away from its tradition of political Islam. Ennahda was the first Islamist party to come to power in the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions and it took part in the first government coalition after the overthrow of Tunisia`s autocratic leader Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. It won the first post-uprising election by appealing to many Tunisians who saw its Islamist identity as an antidote to the years of corruption and repression under the Ben Ali government in one of the region`s most secular nations.

Friday, May 20, 2016  21:55


World - Rescued Chibok girl`s mother thanks God for her return

The mother of Amina Ali, the first of the 219 abducted Chibok schoolgirls to be found, on Thursday paid tribute to her rescuers, in her first public comments on her daughter`s return. The comments came after Binta Ali, a widow in her sixties from Mbalala, near Chibok, northeast Nigeria, and Amina met President Muhammadu Buhari, two days after the teenager`s ordeal ended. The young woman, who was found by troops and civilian vigilantes, had been held for more than two years after she and her classmates were seized from their school in Chibok on April 14, 2014.

Thursday, May 19, 2016  19:12

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