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World - McCartney wows Uruguayans in packed stadium concert

Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney wowed fans at a concert in Uruguay late Saturday, performing classics from his long career and dazzling the crowd with his rendition of `Let It Be`. McCartney opened the Montevideo show -- part of the `Out There` world tour -- with `Eight Days a Week,` a 1964 Beatle hit released long before many of the audience members were born. But age was not a factor as `Macca,` now 71, belted out decades-old hits like in the good old days with George, John and Ringo. Sir Paul also played post-Beatle songs from the 1970s when he was with the band Wings, hits from the solo period that followed, and tunes from his latest album, `New` (2013).

Sunday, April 20, 2014  17:07


World - In a pickle: London`s `Gherkin` tower in receivership

London`s landmark `Gherkin` office tower, one of the most recognisable sights on the British capital`s skyline, has been placed into receivership, accountants said Thursday. The 41-storey block in London`s financial district was bought by German property firm IVG Immobilien in 2007 but the business has suffered from debt since the financial crisis. `The senior lenders were reluctant to appoint a receiver but felt they had no choice due to the ongoing defaults,` joint receiver Neville Kahn said in a statement. Swiss Re sold it to IVG Immobilien for £600 million ($1 billion, 730 million euros).

Thursday, April 24, 2014  18:33


World - Calls for Roche to cut price of breast cancer drugs

Pharmaceutical giant Roche was on Wednesday urged to cut the cost of a groundbreaking breast cancer drug that the NHS is set to phase out in 2016. NHS watchdog NICE recommended that the use of trastuzumab emtansine be stopped due to its £90,000 cost, even though it can add months of life to women dying of breast cancer. It is currently available in England under the Cancer Drugs Fund, but this will end in 2016. The drug, which attacks cancerous cells from within thus avoiding many of the side effects of chemotherapy, could potentially help a fifth of breast cancer sufferers.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014  04:17


World - Arsenal have `oil in the engine`, Wenger says

Kingston upon Hull (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hopes the returns of key midfielders Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey will help his side secure their place in the Premier League`s top four. Ozil, the club`s £42.5 million ($70.7 million, 51.6 million euros) record signing, returned to action after missing seven matches with a hamstring injury as Arsenal won 3-0 at Hull City on Sunday. The German was overshadowed, however, by Ramsey, who had a hand in all three goals as Arsenal recorded a victory that kept them in front of Everton in the tussle for the final Champions League place.

Monday, April 21, 2014  03:33


Top Stories - Moyes` tenure by the numbers

Manchester United, the world`s most famous soccer team, fired manager David Moyes on Tuesday, less than a year after hiring him to replace football legend Sir Alex Ferguson.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014  12:16


World - Manchester United fires manager David Moyes

Moyes took over from Sir Alex Ferguson less than a year ago.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014  09:06


Europe - Manchester United sack manager Moyes

Manchester United manager David Moyes is sacked only 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014  08:54


World - Avalanche kills 12 guides in deadliest incident on Mount Everest

By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - An avalanche sweeping down Mount Everest killed 12 Nepali guides on Friday at the start of the main climbing season, the tourism ministry said, in what may be the deadliest single incident on the world`s highest peak. Friday`s avalanche was the first major one on Mount Everest during this year`s climbing season, when hundreds of foreign and Nepali climbers will flock to the mountain to attempt to reach its 8,850 meter (29,035 feet) peak. More than 4,000 climbers have scaled Everest`s summit since it was first climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953. Nearly 250 people have died on Everest, which is on the border between Nepal and the Chinese region of Tibet and can be climbed from both sides.

Friday, April 18, 2014  19:46

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