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World - Rodgers eyes upbeat end to troubled season

Brendan Rodgers believes Liverpool`s dominant 2-0 win against Aston Villa can be the springboard for a successful finish to a troubled season. Goals from Fabio Borini and Rickie Lambert at Villa Park on Saturday ensured the Reds` unbeaten run extended to eight matches and boss Rodgers hopes their spluttering form in the first half of the campaign will soon be a distant memory. The prospect of snatching a place in the Premier League`s top four and success in a cup competition especially the League Cup where they meet Chelsea in the semi-final first leg on Tuesday remains a distinct possibility with Liverpool thriving in Rodgers` revamped 3-4-3 formation.

Sunday, January 18, 2015  02:08


World - Turner painting of Rome sells for record £30.3 mln in London

London (AFP) - A large oil painting of Rome by JMW Turner fetched the highest price ever paid for a work by the British artist at an auction in London on Wednesday.

Thursday, December 04, 2014  01:03


World - Britain announces new Holocaust memorial

Britain is to build a new Holocaust memorial in central London to which the government will contribute £50 million (67 million euros, $75 million), ministers said Tuesday. The announcement comes on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp in Poland, marked around the world each year as Holocaust Memorial Day. There is already a Holocaust memorial in London`s Hyde Park consisting of two boulders lying in a bed of gravel inscribed with a quotation from the Book of Lamentations. Prime Minister David Cameron attended a Holocaust commemoration in London on Tuesday and said it was particularly important to keep remembering what happened as the last survivors reach the end of their lives.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015  17:04


World - Balotelli has Liverpool future - Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insisted Monday that controversial striker Mario Balotelli does have a future at Anfield. Speculation over the Italy forward`s career on Merseyside intensified after he was left out of Saturday`s FA Cup fourth-round tie against Bolton Wanderers on form grounds, although the forwards selected in his place failed to find the back of the net in a goalless draw with the second division club. Since making a £16 million ($24 million, 21 million euros) move from AC Milan in August, Balotelli has managed just two goals in 18 appearances in all competitions for the Reds.

Monday, January 26, 2015  13:46


World - Cost of raising a child in Britain soars to £230,000

The average cost of bringing up a child to the age of 21 in Britain has rocketed by 63 percent since 2003 to nearly £230,000, a study showed on Thursday. Parents now spend nearly a third of their gross annual household income on raising a child, data from think-tank the Centre for Economics and Business Research showed.

Thursday, January 22, 2015  13:25


World - EDF Energy plans 10 more years for British nuclear plant

French owned EDF Energy on Tuesday announced it would extend the life of Britain`s Dungeness B nuclear power station by 10 years after a £150-million ($227-million, 195-million euros) investment programme. The station`s two advanced gas-cooled reactors (AGR) will stay online until 2028, securing 550 permanent jobs and providing work for 200 contractors, according to an EDF statement. `EDF Energy has extended the expected life of its Dungeness B nuclear power station by ten years,` said the statement. Vincent de Rivaz, EDF Energy chief executive, promised that `customers will benefit from this significant investment through many more years of reliable, low carbon electricity`.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015  13:43


World - London 7/7 bombing widow jailed for stealing son`s compensation

The widow of a victim of the July 7 bombings in London was sentenced on Monday to two years in jail for stealing £43,000 of her son`s compensation money. Louise Gray, 42, from Ipswich was entrusted with the cash for safekeeping by her son, Adam, who was 11 years old when his father died in the 2005 terror attacks. Accountant Richard Gray, 41, was one of 52 people killed in the 7/7 attacks as he travelled to work on the Circle line Tube. The mother-of-three admitted dipping into the fund after spending her own compensation payout on new cars, luxury holidays and seven chihuahuas, media reported.

Monday, January 19, 2015  16:21


World - Rangers in turmoil again as match abandoned

Drama unfolded off the pitch on an emotionally-charged evening in Glasgow as the Scottish Championship match between Rangers and Hearts at Ibrox was abandoned after 24 minutes due to heavy snow. The match, which only went ahead after a late pitch inspection by referee Bobby Madden following heavy blizzards in Glasgow, was played in crazy conditions with the players struggling to keep their feet on a snow covered pitch. The match had been keenly anticipated by supporters of both clubs, with Rangers desperate for a win that would help them chip away at the Jambos` 13 point lead at the top of the table. There had been heated scenes outside the stadium before the match with around 600 fans involved in a protest against the Rangers board after news broke this week that they were considering offering security over Ibrox Stadium and the club`s Murray Park training ground in exchange for a £10 million (13.1m euros, $15.2m) loan from Mike Ashley.

Saturday, January 17, 2015  05:09


World - Sotheby`s wins UK court battle over disputed Caravaggio

Sotheby`s on Friday won its legal battle with a man who claimed the auction house negligently led him to undersell a painting acquired by an expert who later declared it to be a Caravaggio. Lancelot William Thwaytes sold the painting, known as `The Cardsharps`, to the partner of renowned collector Denis Mahon at a London auction in 2006 for £42,000 ($63,700, 55,000 euros) after Sotheby`s billed it as being the work of a `follower` of the Italian Renaissance master. Summing up at London`s High Court, judge Vivien Rose said the auction house`s experts had reasonably reached the conclusion that the quality of the painting `was not sufficiently high to indicate that it might be by Caravaggio`. Judge Rose ruled the auction house had been justified in relying on `the connoisseurship and expertise` of their own specialists in assessing the quality of the painting.

Friday, January 16, 2015  16:46


World - Crisis club Rangers continue to contest fine

Glasgow (AFP) - Cash-strapped fallen Scottish giants Rangers said Wednesday they would continue to challenge a £250,000 ($380,791, 322, 560 euros) fine connected to undisclosed payments after losing an appeal.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015  18:33

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