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Rooney gives Everton a share of derby spoils

Rooney gives Everton a share of derby spoils

Wayne Rooney scored his first goal in a Merseyside derby as his late penalty earned Everton a 1-1 draw with Liverpool yesterday.

Trains cancelled, flights grounded after snow hits Britain

Trains cancelled, flights grounded after snow hits Britain

Britain's Met Office said there was an "amber weather warning" particularly across central England and warned travellers that "road, rail and air travel delays are likely."

Czech PM designate: EU should not push us over migrants

Czech PM designate: EU should not push us over migrants

The designated Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said that the European Union should not push Czechs over their refusal to shelter asylum-seekers, because it could strengthen extremist parties in the country.

Hamilton crowned Formula 1 champ at royal palace

Hamilton crowned Formula 1 champ at royal palace

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton was handed the Formula One world championship trophy for the fourth time on Friday at a gala prizegiving ceremony in the sumptuous palace of France’s former monarchy.

National Day celebrations at Darb Al Saai opened

National Day celebrations at Darb Al Saai opened

Darb Al Saai, the venue for Qatar National Day-linked celebrations in the heart of Doha, was officially opened with a flag hoisting ceremony and an elite police parade accompanied by music...

Pakistan loosens grip on rupee as economic pressures persist

Pakistan loosens grip on rupee as economic pressures persist

Pakistan’s central bank allowed the rupee to decline on Friday as it bowed to persistent economic pressure, including widening deficits and declining foreign-exchange reserves.

Congress slur on Modi backfires ahead of key election

Congress slur on Modi backfires ahead of key election

The comment came ahead of a vital test of popularity for Modi after a series of controversial economic reforms when Gujarat -- the state where he forged his political career -- goes to the polls on Saturday.

Three dead in samurai sword attack at Tokyo shrine

Three dead in samurai sword attack at Tokyo shrine

Shigenaga Tomioka, 56, set upon his older sister Nagako, chief priestess at Tomioka Hachimangu shrine, with a samurai sword in a rare violent assault in the Japanese capital.

Fake restaurant becomes London's top-rated eatery

Fake restaurant becomes London's top-rated eatery

A non-existent restaurant supposedly based in a garden shed briefly became London's top eating place on travel and restaurant website TripAdvisor, who on Thursday hit back at the hoaxers.

Meeting of training centres on chemical weapons starts

Meeting of training centres on chemical weapons starts

The third meeting of training centres on assistance and protection under Article X of the Chemical Weapons Convention, organised by National Committee for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, in collaboration with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW),

Saudi-led coalition intensifies air strikes after Saleh's death

Saudi-led coalition intensifies air strikes after Saleh's death

Saudi Arabia and its allies struck a day after Saleh's son vowed to lead a campaign against the Iran-aligned Houthis.

Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Leading figures from the world of sport, international organisations, business and civil society united at the special ‘Sport Nostrum’ Forum, organised by Save the Dream recently