Arsene Wenger praises Steven Gerrard and avoids talking about Raheem Sterling as Arsenal prepare to face Liverpool in a key match to decide the European ambitions of both clubs this season.
(Reuters Business Report) – Grieving relatives at the site of the Germanwings crash.
Now facing another blow – lawyers warning that they could receive VASTLY different compensation payouts.
It could all hinge on where the ticket was bought.
Lithuanian prosecutors say they have relaunched a criminal investigation into accusations that state security officials allowed the CIA to run a secret jail in the Baltic state.
CRAWLEY, NEAR LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (APRIL 2, 2015) (REUTERS) – England are fully focused on winning this month’s three-match series in West Indies and not on Kevin Pietersen’s chances of making a test return, coach Peter Moores said on Thursday (April 2).
(Reuters Business Report) – Russian model Alisa Krylova is a regular at her local beauty salon in Moscow.
It’s a luxury she isn’t giving up.
But tough economic conditions are forcing her and many other rich Russians to make concessions.
(BVO) – Two days past a deadline, and still counting….
Iran and ministers from six Western powers pushed through the night in a bid to, finally, strike a deal.
The Palestinian Football Association will ask the FIFA Congress in May to suspend Israel from international soccer.
Miss Universe Japan hopeful of bringing about change in Japan despite facing criticism for being multiracial.
Polish company tests a non-Newtonian liquid for implementation in body armour.
China’s foreign ministry says it “disapproves” of a U.S. sanctions program targeting overseas cyber attackers.