http://www.thetimes.co.uk/imageserver/image/methode%2Ftimes%2Fprod%2Fweb%2Fbin%2Fd57c1170-231f-11e8-8ccc-a83211a65142.jpg

World

However, they felt compelled to come forward after Italian newspaper La Repubblica published details of the ongoing police investigation. "Subsequently, Mr. A spokesman for Italy's Carabinieri police confirmed: "A complaint has been made by the couple to prosecutors and the police have been investigating".
  • This Waffle House Server's Heartwarming Deed Scored Her a $16000 Scholarship

    This Waffle House Server's Heartwarming Deed Scored Her a $16000 Scholarship

    World

    Evoni told reporters it was something she "would do any other day". "My hands are not up to par". While Williams tended to the elderly man, another customer snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook . The sweet gesture was rewarded Thursday with a sweet surprise by the City of La Marque. "That's me all the time giving, helping, serving", Williams said.
  • Chinese space station is falling from space, but where will it land?

    Chinese space station is falling from space, but where will it land?

    World

    A Chinese space station, which is now hurtling out-of-control through space, could impact the Earth within 21 days and New Zealand may be in the firing line. The Tiangong-1 or Heavenly Palace lab was launched in 2011 and described as a "potent political symbol" of China - part of a scientific push to become a space superpower.
  • Oklahoma Teachers May Soon Strike

    Oklahoma Teachers May Soon Strike

    World

    HB 4407 bill was opposed by teachers unions. Teachers are taking notes, connecting over social media and considering possible statewide action over their pay. "They got the best lesson that they could ever had even though they were out of school". Three states rank lower than West Virginia for teacher salaries: Oklahoma, Mississippi and South Dakota.
  • Philippines to Declare 600 Alleged Communists 'Terrorists'?

    Philippines to Declare 600 Alleged Communists 'Terrorists'?

    World

    NAN reports that Duterte declared a United Nations special rapporteur, a former Philippines lawmaker and four former Catholic priests and 600 communist guerrillas as " terrorists ". The country's justice ministry said last month that it was seeking for a Manila court to officially declare both the Maoist Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA) as " terrorist " groups.
  • Ireland's Government approves abortion referendum wording

    Ireland's Government approves abortion referendum wording

    World

    After the 12 week limit, abortions will be allowed in cases of fatal foetal abnormality - or where there is a risk to the life - health or mental health of the mother. Politicians debated the draft legislation in the Dail for five hours on Friday. On the subject of women and girls who become pregnant through sexual violence, the bishops said: "A child conceived following rape is also a person".
  • Atkins: Trade war begins at home for GOP

    Atkins: Trade war begins at home for GOP

    World

    The collateral damage from the White House's latest trade moves will resonate globally. Trump mentioned China several times in his remarks, saying it takes the country "one month to produce as much steel as the USA does in one year" following years of reductions in American steelmaking capacity.
  • Kim meeting 'a step in the right direction': Russia

    Kim meeting 'a step in the right direction': Russia

    World

    Trump's earlier teaser in the briefing room - his first known visit there - sent reporters who'd missed the presidential pop-in frantically rushing to find out what he'd said as White House officials scrambled to figure out just where the announcement would occur.
  • Canada Jobless Rate Dropped in February to 10-Year Low

    Canada Jobless Rate Dropped in February to 10-Year Low

    World

    Statistics Canada says the number of people employed in the London region (which includes St. Thomas, Strathroy and surrounding municipalities) was down by about 1,900. Windsor's jobless rate increased to 4.9 per cent for the month of February, up from 4.6 per cent in January, according to Stats Canada . In Calgary, however, the unemployment rate rose slightly to 7.9 per cent in February from 7.6 per cent in January.
  • Eggs stored at a fertility clinic in danger due to a malfunction

    Eggs stored at a fertility clinic in danger due to a malfunction

    World

    The typical process of storage or freezing of the eggs involves an extraction of the eggs from a woman after which it is stored in liquid nitrogen tanks in a cryogenic facility. "Right now, our patients and families are our first priority". The hospital has asked patients or those with questions to call the UH Fertility Center information line at 216-286-9740.
  • Iranian woman sentenced to two years in jail for removing headscarf

    Iranian woman sentenced to two years in jail for removing headscarf

    World

    Dolatabadi said the woman meant to appeal the verdict. Women's rights activists had announced that they would stage a peaceful protest outside the Labor Ministry in the Iranian capital on March 8 to call for more rights. But in the past two decades, a growing number of Iranian women in Tehran and other large cities often wear loose veils that reveal their hair. In recent years, many Iranian women have flouted the strictness of the law, preferring to wear their headscarves more loosely.
  • South Korean actor Jo Min-ki under sexual abuse probe found dead

    South Korean actor Jo Min-ki under sexual abuse probe found dead

    World

    Jo has been accused of sexually molesting more than a dozen students, mostly at Cheongju University in North Cheongchung Province where he taught. Min-Ki is best known locally for his TV roles but he also appeared in a number of films including 2013 success The Attorney .
  • Vettel lowers Ricciardo's unofficial record

    Vettel lowers Ricciardo's unofficial record

    World

    Australian Daniel Ricciardo has set a new benchmark time in the second round of Formula 1 Pre-season testing at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya overnight. Felipe Massa held the previous record of 1:18.339 in a Ferrari in 2008 testing. The question on everyone's lips was whether any of the expected front-runners ( Mercedes or Ferrari ) would challenge Red Bull's record lap time from yesterday.
  • Sonia attacks Modi government, says freedom under 'sustained assault'

    Sonia attacks Modi government, says freedom under 'sustained assault'

    World

    The former Congress president was responding to a question on why she chose not to become the prime minister even after leading the UPA to power in 2004. wherever India is today is because of the Indian Congress Party". I am also tiding up old papers of my mother-in-law (Indira Gandhi) and husband (Rajiv Gandhi).
  • Interior Dept. Spending $139K To Upgrade Doors In Sec. Zinke's Office

    Interior Dept. Spending $139K To Upgrade Doors In Sec. Zinke's Office

    World

    On its website, Conquest Solutions notes that it is working to install a new digital control system at the Interior Department that will reduce energy consumption. A third opens to a hallway that features painted portraits of previous Interior secretaries. A number of Trump Cabinet officials have been criticized for their spending habits.
  • B.Com girl student stabbed to death

    B.Com girl student stabbed to death

    World

    The incident took place when Aswini was on her way out of the institution after college hours. Alagesan , it is said, even used to frequent her house. The incident brought back memories of another ghastly incident, on the morning of June 24, 2016, when Infosys employee S Swathi was hacked to death in broad daylight while waiting for her train at the busy Nungambakkam railway station.
  • European Union prepared to retaliate against Trump's tariffs: commissioner

    World

    The EU's top trade official said Friday that "dialogue" with Washington was the bloc's "prime option" as it seeks to win exemptions from US President Donald Trump's controversial new steel and aluminium tariffs. The EU shares American concerns about overcapacity in the global steel sector, Malmstroem said, but warned "this is not the right way to deal with it".
  • United reportedly in race for Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucour√©

    United reportedly in race for Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucouré

    World

    According to Mirror , Doucoure is on the target list of Arsenal , Liverpool and United . Jose Mourinho's Manchester United are the latest club to be linked with Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure, and have identified the Frenchman as a potential successor to either Michael Carrick or Marouane Fellaini .
  • Pacquiao set to fight again in June

    Pacquiao set to fight again in June

    World

    Matthysse is one of the guys that Manny is thinking about fighting. Manny Pacquiao will return to the ring in June when he takes on WBA welterweight champion Lucas Matthysse in Kuala Lumpur. Golden Boy Promotions, who represent Matthyse, have said "it's very preliminary". Last week Pacquiao, 39, rejected an offer to fight on the undercard of the Jeff Horn-Terence Crawford fight in the United States in April.
  • Russian Federation slams ex-spy poisoning allegations as 'propaganda

    Russian Federation slams ex-spy poisoning allegations as 'propaganda

    World

    A total of 21 people, including a police sergeant who was hospitalized in serious condition, have received medical treatment after coming into contact with the nerve agent. It did not mention details but reports said about 180 personnel, including from the Royal Marines, were involved in the investigation. On Thursday, Prime Minister Theresa May told ITV News that, should evidence prove the attack on Mr Skripal was state-sponsored, Britain would do "what is appropriate".
  • Curious penguins find camera, take selfie

    Curious penguins find camera, take selfie

    World

    Emperor penguins are native to Antarctica and are the largest of the species. Wednesday evening the Antarctic Division tweeted out a video of what life is like in Antarctica. Penguins in Antarctica seized the opportunity for a selfie when an Australian researcher left his camera on the ice. The birds apparently being curious approached the camera and the result is going viral on social media.
  • General says China needs to arm South China Sea islands

    General says China needs to arm South China Sea islands

    World

    Wang told a briefing on the sidelines of China's national legislative session Thursday that the designation included in recent Trump administration national security documents was "fundamentally wrong". Wang called on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, an eight-nation group dominated by China and Russian Federation, to play a greater role in global diplomacy, saying it has a "bounden duty to maintain peace and stability in our region and beyond".
  • Gun owners should be taught to handle them

    Gun owners should be taught to handle them

    World

    Add it to the list of Trump ideas and rhetoric that is gradually making the US the laughingstock of the Western world. The first high-profile shooting during the Trump administration was the Las Vegas massacre in October 2017, which killed 58 people and was the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history.
  • Rise in Russian wheat export estimates: USDA

    Rise in Russian wheat export estimates: USDA

    World

    Nonfarm payrolls Feb 1330 U.S. Unemployment rate Feb 1330 Euro zone Employment Q1 1500 U.S. Wholesale sales Jan Grains prices at 0149 GMT Contract Last Change Pct chg Two-day chg MA 30 RSI CBOT wheat 495.00 -4.25 -0.85% -0.45% 476.08 64 CBOT corn 392.75 -0.75 -0.19% +1.42% 376.13 82 CBOT soy 1062.75 -1.25 -0.12% -0.23% 1030.38 61 CBOT rice 12.45 $0.02 +0.12% -0.32% $12.46 54 WTI crude 60.40 $0.28 +0.47% -1.23% $62.38 35 Currencies Euro/dlr $1.230 -$0.001 -0.11% -0.93% USD/AUD 0.7780 -0.001 ...
  • Aarushi murder case: Talwars' acquittal challenged in India's Supreme Court

    Aarushi murder case: Talwars' acquittal challenged in India's Supreme Court

    World

    After Aarushi was found murdered in her bedroom, Hemraj was initially considered a suspect. Initial suspicion fell on 45-year-old Hemraj, who had gone missing, but his body was recovered from the terrace of the house a day later. On May 31, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) took over the case. According to the reports, this decision was taken by the CBI only when the legal experts came to the conclusion nearly after a month that the Allahabad High Court decision had errored on many ...
  • USA is disrupting peace in South China Sea, says Beijing

    USA is disrupting peace in South China Sea, says Beijing

    World

    China's steel and metals associations called on Friday for the government to retaliate against the United States for slapping hefty tariffs on aluminum and steel imports in the strongest response yet from the sector in an escalating trade dispute.
  • "Real" re-beat "PSG" and reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League

    World

    PSG had been one of the early-season favourites to win the Champions League this season following their summer transfer window which saw the arrivals of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe . 37 Sergio Ramos picked up the 37th card of his Champions League career, surpassing the record tally held by Manchester United legend Paul Scholes.
  • SWAT officers went uninvited to Florida school shooting; now they're suspended

    SWAT officers went uninvited to Florida school shooting; now they're suspended

    World

    The two officers were reportedly near the Parkland, Florida school at the time of the February 14 shooting when they responded. The officers were told they acted "without the knowledge or authorization from your chain of command" and created an "officer safety situation due to dispatch not knowing your location or activity".
  • Happening this weekend: Daylight Saving Time

    Happening this weekend: Daylight Saving Time

    World

    A study found that on the Monday after the shift to Daylight Saving Time , employees spent more time procrastinating and wasting time on the Internet at work. Or are you a creature of habit and prefer to keep things as-is? Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday, so we lose an hour of sleep this weekend. Hawaii and Arizona don't observe Daylight Saving Time and just this year, Florida legislators passed a measure that would allow the Sunshine State to remain on DST year-round.
  • Sad! Sufi singer Pyarelal, one of Wadali Brothers dead

    Sad! Sufi singer Pyarelal, one of Wadali Brothers dead

    World

    Pyarelal was the younger brother of Ustad Puran Chand Wadali . Their famous numbers include Tu maane ya namaanedildara, aasantetenurabmanya. Amritsar: Pyarelal Wadali , one of the singers of legendary Sufi set Wadali Brothers, passed away here on Friday after a cardiac arrest.
  • Human Hands Have Been Discovered At A Popular Fishing Spot

    Human Hands Have Been Discovered At A Popular Fishing Spot

    World

    They were found on an island next to the Amur River. A fisherman in Siberia made a grim discovery yesterday (March 8) while walking near the icy Amur River: 27 pairs of human hands, severed at the wrist and stuffed into a bag. Another theory suggested the hands were removed as a "punishment" for theft. However, it is unclear why any of this would happen. However, it has been reported that next to the remains were found medical bandages and hospital-style plastic shoe covers, raising ...
  • Kenyan rivals meet for talks following election strife

    Kenyan rivals meet for talks following election strife

    World

    Mr Kenyatta said: "We will begin a process of discussing what ails us and what creates division amongst us". Meanwhile, other leaders in the opposition NASA alliance have distanced themselves from the talks. The decision by President Uhuru Kenyatta to hold dialogue with Raila Odinga were met with mixed reactions in the South Rift. Resolving the two men's differences won't be so easy.
  • Chinese foreign minister: Trade war is 'wrong prescription'

    Chinese foreign minister: Trade war is 'wrong prescription'

    World

    Trump's administration has faced growing opposition to the tariffs from prominent congressional Republicans and business officials anxious about their potential impact on the economy. plans to combat intellectual property theft, which could hit its sales of hi-tech, high-value products. "But there are few alternative sources for the main products the USA buys from China", the research firm said in a note on Wednesday.
  • U.S. pushes NAFTA talks pace, warns of political headwinds

    U.S. pushes NAFTA talks pace, warns of political headwinds

    World

    He also referred obliquely to a fourth concern looming in the political backdrop. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said that despite the progress, only six of 30 chapters have been closed. If the goal is to keep out low-cost worldwide steel, with excess Chinese supply dragging down the entire global market, they say the USA can't allow any supply in at low global prices.
  • North Korea negotiations a long way off: Tillerson

    North Korea negotiations a long way off: Tillerson

    World

    The US, which only this week increased its sanctions on Pyongyang over the death of Mr Kim's brother Kim jong-nam, has said it is open to talking to North Korea, but only if it commits to denuclearisation. China on Thursday urged the United States and North Korea to start negotiations as soon as possible, while Japan has warned it could be a ploy to play for time, and urged "concrete" steps from Pyongyang .
  • Saudi crown prince pledges to work for interfaith tolerance

    Saudi crown prince pledges to work for interfaith tolerance

    World

    It will also be one of the key ingredients in delivering Saudi Arabia's much lauded "Vision 2030" - the plan to showcase the Kingdom's desire to expand its business, leisure and tourism industries. Saudi Arabia is the main player in a coalition supporting the Yemeni government against the Houthis in a war which has caused a humanitarian catastrophe .
  • TN BJP president expels R Muthuraman for vandalising Periyar's statue

    TN BJP president expels R Muthuraman for vandalising Periyar's statue

    World

    The CPI-M got 16 seats while the Left Front partners - Communist Party of India, Forward Bloc and Revolutionary Socialist Party - besides once main opposition Congress drew blank. The Madras High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the state government that all statues in the state have to be protected, after a statue of Periyar EV Ramaswamy was vandalised in Tirupattur, Vellore.
  • Police Officers Shot in Missouri Were Sent to the Wrong Address

    Police Officers Shot in Missouri Were Sent to the Wrong Address

    World

    Lowe said police responded to a call on Tuesday night after hearing two women "screaming in the background". Bill Lowe made the distinction in a news conference late Wednesday, saying police officers, including Ryan Morton, were given the wrong address by dispatchers.