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Teenager pleads guilty to stabbing US tourist to death in London

Teenager pleads guilty to stabbing US tourist to death in London

A teenager who suffered from mental health issues pleaded guilty on Monday to killing a US tourist during a stabbing rampage in London last August.

Pakistan warned over schizophrenic's execution

Pakistan warned over schizophrenic's execution

An international group of psychiatrists called on Pakistan on Friday not to execute a prisoner suffering from schizophrenia, days before his temporary stay of execution is set to expire.

US Treasury Secretary Lew raps China on excess steel production

US Treasury Secretary Lew raps China on excess steel production

Chinese oversupply of steel is “damaging and distorting” global markets, US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said yesterday, joining a chorus of criticism that blames Beijing for plant closures and job losses in the industry worldwide.

Kenyans get ready to welcome Obama

Kenyans get ready to welcome Obama

Kenyans were preparing yesterday to welcome US President Barack Obama, while his Kenyan relatives said they would travel to Nairobi to meet him during his visit.

Rodgers claims stars could remain benched for Chelsea visit

Rodgers claims stars could remain benched for Chelsea visit

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers warned some of his star players of their place in the side for the visit of Chelsea on Saturday

Kaymer better now than ever

Kaymer better now than ever

Martin Kaymer’s victory in golf’s so-called fifth major this month has not made him a “king or anything” but it reinforced the belief he is a better player....

Williams aims to catch legends Navratilova, Evert

Williams aims to catch legends Navratilova, Evert

Serena Williams may be the oldest player ever to become world number one on the WTA rankings but she is still young enough to match the Grand Slam achievements of two legends,