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World - UK mosque battles bad reputation with tea and biscuits

Could anything be more `British` than meeting the neighbours over a cup of tea and some biscuits? `Come in, come in, you are all welcome,` retired doctor Mohammed Ali Said told visitors to the mosque, whose former imam Abu Hamza was jailed for life in New York for terrorism charges last month. The kind-eyed Said was one of a group of volunteers who organised an open day at the mosque, part of a Muslim Council of Britain initiative to promote better understanding following terror attacks in Paris.

Sunday, February 01, 2015  19:58


World - Shiite militia sets deadline to unravel Yemen crisis

A Shiite militia on Sunday set a three-day deadline for political parties to resolve the power vacuum in Yemen since the president and prime minister offered to resign last month. The deadline was set in a statement issued at the end of a three-day meeting in a Sanaa sports hall attended by the party of ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh but boycotted by Yemen`s other major political movements. The militia, which overran Sanaa in September, seized the presidential palace and key government buildings on January 20, plunging the country deeper into crisis and prompting President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and his premier to tender their resignations. The crisis has raised fears that impoverished Yemen, which lies next to oil-rich Saudi Arabia, could become a failed state.

Sunday, February 01, 2015  17:31


World - Tunisia`s Islamist party agrees to join coalition government

Tunisia`s moderate Islamist party Ennahda has agreed to join its main rival secular party Nidaa Tounes in a coalition government, party leaders said on Sunday. The agreement could bolster stability in Tunisia, which is just emerging from its transition to full democracy four years after the uprising that ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine†Ben Ali. The deal came after Tunisian Prime Minister-designate†Habib Essid`s new cabinet faced a threat of rejection in parliament last week from key parties, including Ennahda, because they opposed his choice of ministers. The prime minister had announced a government without any cabinet posts for moderate Islamists.

Sunday, February 01, 2015  17:31


World - London shares fall as BT shells out to fill pension fund hole

London shares were lower in early trade on Friday as index heavyweight BT sank after the telecoms giant revealed the hole in its pension fund has swelled to £7 billion. The benchmark FTSE 100 index fell 29.79 points or 0.44 percent to 6,780.81 points at 9:54 am. `The FTSE is off as it struggles to keep up with the optimism of the eurozone equity indices,` said Alastair McCaig, market analyst at IG. BT shares shed 2.07 percent to 420.20 pence as the company said a new valuation of the pension fund showed that the deficit has swollen to £7 billion from £3.9 billion at the last valuation in 2011.

Friday, January 30, 2015  10:39


World - Thai firm buys Sheffield Wednesday

English second-tier club Sheffield Wednesday announced on Thursday that they have been taken over by Thai food company the Thai Union Frozen Group. Wednesday said that the firm have bought 100 percent of the club`s shares from previous owner Milan Mandaric`s company UKFI Limited. Businessman Dejphon Chansiri, whose family control the Thai Union Frozen Group, told the Wednesday website: `I am very excited at the prospect of taking over control from Milan. Mandaric had owned Wednesday since December 2010, when he rescued the club from administration and provided £7 million of funds towards clearing debts of over £20 million.

Thursday, January 29, 2015  16:40


World - Chelsea boss Mourinho fined £25,000 over `campaign` claim

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £25,000 over comments he made following his side`s 1-1 draw at Southampton last month, the Football Association announced on Wednesday. Mourinho claimed there was a media-driven `campaign` against his team following a spate of diving allegations and said a yellow card shown to Cesc Fabregas for simulation during the game was a `scandal`. `Following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing, Jose Mourinho has been fined £25,000 ($38,000, 34,500 euros) after he was found to have breached FA Rules in relation to media comments,` the FA said in a statement on its website. `The Chelsea manager denied that comments he made after the game against Southampton on 28 December 2014 constituted improper conduct in that they alleged and/or implied bias on the part of a referee or referees, and/or brought the game into disrepute.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015  17:04


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 - Gabriel swoop gives Wenger renewed hope

Arsene Wenger believes his swoop for Brazilian defender Gabriel Paulista could prove a turning point in Arsenal`s battle to qualify for the Champions League. Wenger splashed out £11.5 million ($17 million) to sign Gabriel from Villarreal earlier this week and the 24-year-old could make his debut against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Gabriel`s arrival comes with Arsenal in the midst of a tense struggle to book their place in next season`s Champions League via a top-four finish in the Premier League. The fifth placed Gunners trail fourth placed Manchester United by one point and are also scrapping with Southampton and Tottenham for the coveted berths in Europe`s elite club competition.

Sunday, February 01, 2015  04:26


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 - Pay-TV giant Sky says to enter UK mobile market

British pay-TV broadcaster Sky revealed plans Thursday to launch mobile phone services next year in a tie-up with Spain`s Telefonica, in the latest mega-deal shaking up the telecoms sector. Under the multi-year agreement, Telefonica UK will give the group wholesale access to 2G, 3G and 4G services over its popular nationwide phone network, Sky said in a statement that disclosed no financial terms. `As the UK`s leading brand for home entertainment and communications, Sky has a proven ability to launch new services, at scale,` said chief executive Jeremy Darroch. The announcement follow news this week that Telefonica was in talks to sell its British mobile phone unit O2 to Hong Kong`s Hutchison Whampoa for £9.25 billion ($15.4 billion, 12.3 billion euros).

Thursday, January 29, 2015  19:58

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