Prostate cancer laser treatment could be a game changer for men 

The Guardian
A drug that can kill cancerous cells without the side-effects of radical surgery is causing massive excitement for good reason... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:28:23 Categories: The Guardian

Christmas strikes by airport staff are cancelled 

Sky News
A 48-hour strike planned by baggage handlers and check-in staff at 18 airports from Friday has been cancelled, says Unite.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:28:21 Categories: Sky News

A Christmas Request, Answered a Century Later 

The New York Times
A little girl asked Santa in 1907 to remember the poor. In 2016, someone remembered her.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:28:20 Categories: The New York Times

'A coward and a monster': Man accused of hiring hit man gets life in prison for 1992 slaying of wife in La Mirada 

Los Angeles Times
Even now - almost a quarter century since the killing - Martha Guzman still obsesses over the last seconds of her younger sister's life. ... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:28:18 Categories: Los Angeles Times

Where Buddhism's Eight-Fold Path Can Be Followed With a Six-Figure Salary 

The New York Times
With its endorsement of worldly comforts, Wat Dhammakaya, the largest temple in Thailand, has attracted growing numbers while unsettling the government and Buddhist leaders.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:28:16 Categories: The New York Times

'The Aussie Test side needs Hilton Cartwright' 

The Roar
Hilton Cartwright is the all-rounder Australia need at number six.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:12:08 Categories: The Roar

Merseyside Police reveals plan to recruit 140 new constables 

Liverpool Echo
Force hopes to encourage applications from all backgrounds in recruitment drive... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:12:05 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Koeman to wield Everton axe on raft of players 

Liverpool Echo
These are the men set for Goodison exit... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:12:03 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Hidden Liverpool: Secret bars in the city centre you have to try 

Liverpool Echo
Can you keep a secret? Here's our pick of the city's best secret and hidden bars... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:12:01 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Aldo - Liverpool got what they deserved and Sturridge can turn a game even though he's miles from his best 

Liverpool Echo
Our Liverpool columnist feels for possibly the first time ever Everton didn't trouble the Reds at Goodison... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:11:59 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Man City fans angry about Etihad development 

Manchester Evening News
Manchester City fans have hit out after the club revealed detailed plans to develop the Etihad... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:11:58 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Winter Wonderland in security talks with police after massacre at Berlin market leaves 12 dead 

Evening Standard
The organisers of London's Winter Wonderland event have "considered their security plans" following a terror attack on a Christmas market in Berlin which left 12 people dead, it has been revealed. Scotland Yard said on Tuesday that an attack on the capital is "highly likely" after an articulated lorry ploughed into crowds of men, women and children at the popular German tourist attraction. Some 48 people were injured in the massacre in a trendy area in the west of the city. Now, the organisers of the capital's largest festive event in Hyde Park, which was attended by more than 2.6 million people last year, have revealed they have held talks with the Metropolitan Police over the fair's security plans. A spokesperson said the safety and security of customers was "of the utmost importance" and there were "multiple safety procedures" in place for the event, which runs until January 2 next year. They said in a statement: "We continue to work closely with all relevant authorities to ensure public safety. In light of the events in Berlin we have considered our security plans with the Metropolitan Police and they continue to be robust and appropriate." Meanwhile, counter-terrorism authorities have revealed they warned of the risk that refugees could be targeted by extremist recruiters weeks before the carnage in Berlin. Winter Wonderland: Millions of people attend the event over six weeks each year () The threat was highlighted in a report published by Europol, the EU's law enforcement agency, at the start of this month. It also cited unconfirmed reports that German authorities were aware of hundreds of attempts by jihadists to recruit refugees. German police guard a Christmas market in the Prenzlauer Berg district in eastern Berlin, Germany, following the attack in Breitscheidplatz. (REUTERS) A Pakistani asylum seeker was arrested in the aftermath but denied responsibility. He was later released as police said they had "insufficient evidence" to keep him detained. Authorities have admitted the person behind the attack may still be armed and at large. The Europol report said: "Elements of the (Sunni Muslim) Syrian refugee diaspora may become vulnerable to radicalisation once in Europe and may be specifically targeted by Islamic extremist recruiters." Carnage: The lorry ploughed into crowds of men, women and children (AP) There is no firm evidence that terrorist travellers "systematically use the flow of refugees to enter Europe unnoticed" but it is indisputable that some have entered the EU posing as refugees, the paper added. It said: "According to unconfirmed information, German authorities were aware of around 300 recorded attempts made by jihadists to recruit refugees who were trying to enter Europe by April 2016." Tributes: People gather to lay down flowers near the area where a truck ploughed into a crowded Christmas market (REUTERS) Germany, the UK, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands were identified in the assessment as being "high on the target list" for IS aggression. The Berlin crash came less than a month after Americans were warned of the heightened risk of terrorist attacks throughout Europe, particularly during the holiday season. A travel alert issued by the US State Department specifically urged caution at holiday festivals, events and outdoor markets, saying that "credible information" indicates that ISIS and al Qaida, and affiliates continue to plan terrorist attacks in Europe. For more than two years the official threat level for international terrorism in Britain has stood at severe, meaning an attack is "highly likely". Earlier this month, MI6 chief Alex Younger used his first public speech to warn that the "murderously efficient" IS was plotting violent attacks against the UK. Authorities are dealing with around 550 "live" cases at any one time, while intelligence and security services have disrupted 12 terrorist plots over the last three years... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 22:11:56 Categories: Evening Standard

Why this Manchester United youngster is the Premier League's best 

Manchester Evening News
Man Utd teenager has been named as the Premier League's best young player by teammate Matteo Darmian.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:58:52 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Berlin attack: Manhunt back on as Christmas market massacre suspect released by German police 

Evening Standard
The suspect arrested over the horrific Berlin terror attack has been released by German police. Pr osecutors say the man who was held over the horrific lorry rampage was has been let go because of insufficient evidence. The manhunt is now likely to be back on for the driver of the truck which killed 12 people and injured 48 during Monday evening's attack at a Christmas market. The man, who is a Pakistani citizen and came to Germany last year as an asylum-seeker, denied any involvement in the rampage. German police guard a Christmas market in the Prenzlauer Berg district in eastern Berlin, Germany, following the attack in Breitscheidplatz. (REUTERS) He was captured in a park after reportedly running away from the scene of the attack at Breitscheidplatz market. Video not available for syndication Berlin truck 'attack': Death toll rises to 12 Before the suspect was released German prosecutors said they could not be sure if he was involved in the attack. Graphiq Federal prosecutors said on Tuesday they were able to follow the truck's driver from the scene but then lost track of him. Read more Driver of truck which killed 12 in terror attack 'may still be on run' The man who they arrested had matched descriptions of the truck driver but investigators have failed to prove he was in the truck's cab at the time of the attack. "The investigation up to now did not yield any urgent suspicion against the accused," the prosecutor's office said in a statement. German law means prosecutors have just until the end of the calendar day following an arrest to seek a formal warrant which would keep the suspect in custody.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:58:51 Categories: Evening Standard

More charges against student who wore gorilla mask at rally 

Associated Press
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - A former East Tennessee State University student faces more charges after police said he disrupted an on-campus Black Lives Matter rally while wearing a gorilla mask...... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:58:49 Categories: Associated Press

Arizona agrees to drop use of contested sedative in executions 

Reuters
Arizona has reached an agreement with lawyers for death row inmates that would prohibit a sedative that has been used in executions by lethal injection that took longer than usual or were botched in several states.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:58:48 Categories: Reuters

FBI warrant that shook Clinton campaign unsealed 

USA TODAY
The FBI warrant that shook Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign in its final two weeks has been unsealed, and the lawyer who requested it says it offers "nothing at all" to merit the agency's actions leading up to the Nov. 8 election.... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:58:45 Categories: USA TODAY

Meet the Christmas shoppers in Pandora's queue today 

Liverpool Echo
The shoppers who were buying Christmas gifts for loved ones today in the busy Liverpool ONE store... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:42:56 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Man in critical condition after being hit by scrambler bike in Kirkby 

Liverpool Echo
Pedestrian - and two men believed to have been on vehicle - taken to hospital... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:42:54 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Woman horrified to find cockroach in takeaway pizza 

Liverpool Echo
The takeaway has a one star food hygiene rating... read more
 
20. joulukuuta 2016 21:42:52 Categories: Liverpool Echo
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