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Today’s News

From The Score Everton punish United on Moyes’ Goodison return Double Trouble

Everton punish United on Moyes’ Goodison return

The United manager was greeted with boos on his return to his former club.

From The Score Arsenal overcome Hull to maintain Champions League push Winning

Arsenal overcome Hull to maintain Champions League push

The Gunners ultimately earned a comfortable 3-0 victory over Steve Bruce’s side.

43 dead in two days of drone attacks in Yemen

Officials have confirmed that at least three civilians have been killed in the strikes.

From The Score Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix twice after chequered flag mix-up You Had One Job

Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix twice after chequered flag mix-up

A mistake by a steward means the race officially ended two laps earlier than planned.

From The Score Liverpool edge Norwich to close in on title Success

Liverpool edge Norwich to close in on title

A late Robert Snodgrass header obliged the Reds to endure a nervy last 10 minutes.

Dozens die, including 14 children, in high-speed bus crash

More than 40 were killed, with several others left in critical condition, after the crash in Pakistan.

From The Score Blackhawk sparks mass brawl after head-hunting knocks opponent into next week Ice Hockey

Blackhawk sparks mass brawl after head-hunting knocks opponent into next week

Chicago’s Brent Seabrook declared, post-match, that he was not trying to target David Backes’ head.

From The Score 49-year-old Bernard Hopkins becomes oldest boxer to unify world titles The Executioner

49-year-old Bernard Hopkins becomes oldest boxer to unify world titles

‘The Executioner’ had too much power and guile for Beibut Shumenov last night.

Four militants dead in Ukrainian night fight despite ‘Easter truce’

An accord struck on Thursday by Ukraine, Russia, the United States and the European Union has also been widely ignored.

From The Score Bad weather halts rescue after deadliest Everest disaster Tragedy

Bad weather halts rescue after deadliest Everest disaster

13 guides were killed and nine were plucked to safety after an ice avalanche smashed into their expedition on Friday.

From The Score Sunderland boss Poyet sympathises with angry Mourinho Reaction

Sunderland boss Poyet sympathises with angry Mourinho

“If it was against me, in a situation like that, I would have been fuming, for sure,” he said.

16 bodies recovered from capsized South Korean ferry

Almost 250 people are still unaccounted for.

Yesterday’s News

From The Score Lashings of sarcasm from Jose Mourinho as he ‘congratulates’ referee Mike Dean Dropped Points

Lashings of sarcasm from Jose Mourinho as he ‘congratulates’ referee Mike Dean

The Chelsea boss refused to veer from his four congratulations in post-match briefings with Sky, BBC and press reporters.

Captain of capsized ferry defends delayed evacuation

“I thought that passengers would be swept far away and fall into trouble if they evacuated thoughtlessly.”

From The Score Advantage Liverpool as Sunderland stun Chelsea Title Race

Advantage Liverpool as Sunderland stun Chelsea

A late Fabio Borini penalty proved decisive for Gus Poyet’s side.

From The Score Gloom on the Toon after late Swansea winner, Cardiff caught in relegation mire Bony Baby

Gloom on the Toon after late Swansea winner, Cardiff caught in relegation mire

Newcastle are marooned in mid-table but a whole lot safer than Aston Villa and Cardiff City.

From The Score Eagles flying high as Pulis masterminds fifth straight win for Palace Soaring

Eagles flying high as Pulis masterminds fifth straight win for Palace

Mile Jedinak’s penalty handed Palace a 1-0 win over West Ham.

MH370 search: “We have pursued every possible lead presented to us at this stage”

Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said the search is at a “very critical juncture”.

French hostage freed from Syria says he is “very happy to be free”

Didier Francois was one of four Frenchmen kidnapped in Syria ten months ago.

Pressure of further US sanctions prompts Russia to flex military muscle

It has thousands of troops along the border with Ukraine, ready to act, it says.

From The Score Pushing 50, Bernard Hopkins seeks win for the ageless in title fight tonight B-hop

Friday 18 April, 2014

Robert Mugabe isn’t impressed with Europe’s “homosexual nonsense”

The 90-year-old leader of Zimbabwe was strongly critical of Europe during a speech today.

Mexico City hit by magnitude 7.5 earthquake

The quake’s epicenter was 19 miles northwest of Tecpan.

Ukraine’s pro-Russian rebels won’t abide by an international agreement reached yesterday

Obama has warned that if there’s no progress “additional consequences” will be imposed on Russia.

58 killed, including women and children, in attack at UN base in South Sudan

48 bodies were recovered from inside the base, which is sheltering thousands of displaced civilians. The bodies of ten attackers were found outside.

From The Score Martinez expects warm Goodison return for Moyes Looking Ahead

Martinez expects warm Goodison return for Moyes

It is a huge game for the Blues after their top-four ambitions were hit by a 3-2 defeat against Crystal Palace.

Sub searching for missing Malaysia plane reaches ‘record depths’

It’s on its fifth seabed mission, and reached a record depth of 4,695 metres.

Vice principal who was rescued from sinking ferry dies in apparent suicide

The body of Kang Min-Kyu was found near the gym where families of missing students are staying.

“I feel ashamed”: Captain wasn’t at the helm of capsized Korean ferry

Anger is said to be spreading over the stalled rescue efforts as hundreds of passengers remain missing.

Thursday 17 April, 2014

Photos: Mother stops execution as her son’s killer was about to be hanged

The dramatic photographs show the public execution in Iran which was stopped at the last minute when the victim’s mother intervened.

Agreed … Ukraine, Russia, the US and EU have reached a surprise deal in Geneva

The four parties have agreed on a way forward following half a day of talks, including a call to disband armed groups that have taken over buildings.

Pope Francis has been washing people’s feet … again

The Pope washed the feet of a dozen elderly and disabled people during a ceremony in Rome.

From The Score Cardiff City insist Crystal Palace result should not stand Row

Cardiff City insist Crystal Palace result should not stand

The Welsh club allege that Palace’s sporting director tried to obtain information about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s starting line-up.

From Business ETC 19-year-old arrested for using Heartbleed to steal taxpayers’ data Canada

19-year-old arrested for using Heartbleed to steal taxpayers’ data

The Canada Revenue Agency said 900 social insurance numbers were stolen from its website.

From The Score Real Madrid fans jam streets to celebrate Cup win El Clasico

Real Madrid fans jam streets to celebrate Cup win

The La Liga heavyweights beat archrivals Barcelona to take the silverware last night.

Fears grow for hundreds missing after ferry sinks

Nine people have already been confirmed dead, but 287 are unaccounted for.

Wednesday 16 April, 2014

Hundreds of people missing, feared dead in ferry disaster

I’m afraid there’s little chance for those trapped inside still to be alive,” one rescue official said.

From The Score Great news Liverpool fans, Man City were held to a draw by Sunderland tonight Squeeky Bum Time

Great news Liverpool fans, Man City were held to a draw by Sunderland tonight

Manuel Pellegrini’s grip on the Premier League trophy loosened a bit more tonight.

From The Score If Roger Federer skips the French Open, it’ll be for a very good reason Save The Date

If Roger Federer skips the French Open, it’ll be for a very good reason

The man has won 17 Grand Slams. He can do what he likes.

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