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Today’s News

From The42 Argentina crisis: Messi ban, humiliating defeat and World Cup qualification in doubt Don't Cry For Me

Argentina crisis: Messi ban, humiliating defeat and World Cup qualification in doubt

The country could miss the biggest event in international football for the first time since 1970.

Yesterday’s News

Groundbreaking science allows paralysed man use his brain to control his arms again Bionic Man This post contains videos

Groundbreaking science allows paralysed man use his brain to control his arms again

Bill Kochevar says the device is “better than I thought it would be”.

'Dear President Tusk': Here is the letter that confirmed Britain is leaving the EU

The letter was signed by UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

From The42 New Zealand-born winger keen to represent England after switching to rugby union Changing Codes

New Zealand-born winger keen to represent England after switching to rugby union

Denny Solomana of Sale Sharks is eligible for selection and says he would grab the opportunity “with both hands”.

US says civilian casualties in Mosul were 'an unintentional accident of war'

Hundreds of thousands of civilians are still inside west Mosul, caught up in deadly fighting between Islamic State and Iraqi forces.

From The42 New Zealanders keen to 'adopt-a-Lion' for tour Pride

New Zealanders keen to 'adopt-a-Lion' for tour

Irish fans heading down under can take host families up on their generous offer as hotel prices spiral.

Death row inmates file lawsuit to prevent executions of eight men in 10 days

Arkansas has scheduled the executions in order to use its supply of a lethal injection drug before it expires.

'Like a war zone': Tourist areas badly hit as Cyclone Debbie ravages Australia coast

Some areas have been drenched with half a year’s worth of rain in 48 hours.

Trump's climate plan labelled 'a colossal mistake that defies science'

“Erasing climate change may take place in Donald Trump’s mind, but nowhere else.”

Tuesday 28 March, 2017

Signed, sealed and to be delivered tomorrow: May signs Article 50 letter triggering Brexit

The letter will be taken from 10 Downing Street to Brussels tomorrow morning.

Europe-wide measles warning as outbreaks of disease spread across a number of nations

France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Poland, Switzerland and Ukraine are the most affected.

From The42 Toulouse missing two French internationals for Munster showdown Injury List

Toulouse missing two French internationals for Munster showdown

Yann David and Christopher Tolofua have both been ruled out.

From The42 James Rodriguez causes middle finger storm Under Fire

James Rodriguez causes middle finger storm

Controversy has engulfed the Real Madrid star in his native Colombia.

From The42 'We'll all be thinking about him' - Everton want derby victory for injured Coleman Support

'We'll all be thinking about him' - Everton want derby victory for injured Coleman

Phil Jagielka said his side will be especially fired-up to win this weekend’s clash with Liverpool.

US calls for 'free and fair' vote after soldiers evict MPs from Maldives parliament

Plainclothes troops evicted MPs as they attempted to impeach the speaker in the tiny state’s parliament.

Asian community in uproar in Paris after police shoot dead Chinese man in home

Police arrested 35 demonstrators at a protest against the shooting yesterday in Paris.

Tesco to fork out €247 million over accounting scandal

Tesco has reached a deal that will see the company avoid prosecution.

From The42 Western Force deny reports they are to be cut from Super Rugby Survival

Western Force deny reports they are to be cut from Super Rugby

After expanding to 18 teams, the southern hemisphere tournament looks set to be trimmed back.

Man and three-year-old son killed as car collides with train in Netherlands

They had been taking part in a school outing to see baby lambs when the accident happened.

Donald Trump will today begin repealing Obama's main environmental protection laws

The US president will today unveil a series of measures to review regulations curbing oil, gas, and coal production.

'Monster' cyclone Debbie batters Australia with 270km gusts

The full force of the cyclone is already being felt in popular tourist destinations.

Monday 27 March, 2017

'She was wasting away': Singapore couple jailed for starving Philippine maid

She was only allowed to shower once or twice a week and could only use the condominium’s common toilet.

Trump's top aide and son-in-law Kushner to face Russia investigation panel

His contacts with Russian officials that are now coming under the microscope.

Free soup puts 350 in hospital with food poisoning

The entire 1,000-person village was bundled over to the nearest hospital, where 367 were admitted for treatment.

Thieves stole this massive gold coin worth one million dollars

The commemorative coin is 3cm thick and features a portrait of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.

Russian opposition leader jailed following unsanctioned Moscow protest

Alexei Navalny has been a vocal critic of the Kremlin.

From The42 Are the wheels coming off Team Sky? Wiggins slams marginal gains as 'a load of rubbish' Marginal Pains

Are the wheels coming off Team Sky? Wiggins slams marginal gains as 'a load of rubbish'

The 2012 Tour de France winner also called Olympic gold medallist Victoria Pendleton a ‘bit of a milkshake’.

Seven students and teacher killed in Japanese avalanche

A group of 52 students and 11 teachers were on a three-day outing when disaster struck.

Theresa May is heading north for a Scottish independence showdown with Nicola Sturgeon

It comes as the British PM prepares to rigger Article 50.

From The42 Mats Hummels unhappy with 'arrogant' Germany Criticism

Mats Hummels unhappy with 'arrogant' Germany

The Germans leaked their first goal since July, but they still extended their perfect record in Russia 2018 qualifiers.

Trump taps his son-in-law to run government like a business

“The government should be run like a great American company.”

It's now possible to test sperm quality with a smartphone

An optical attachment analyses video of semen.

Sunday 26 March, 2017

From The42 No time for Blind faith: Dutch sack Danny less than 24 hours after Bulgaria disaster Sacked

No time for Blind faith: Dutch sack Danny less than 24 hours after Bulgaria disaster

Fred Grim will take charge of the team for Tuesday’s friendly against Italy.

From The42 England beat Lithuania 2-0 in a game that you've probably already forgotten Zzzzzzzz

England beat Lithuania 2-0 in a game that you've probably already forgotten

Defoe and Vardy get the goals in Wembley snoozefest.

World landmarks switched off the lights for Earth Hour last night

The WWF organise the annual event to raise awareness about climate change.

The incredible story of the zookeepers who saved people from the Nazis

Their story is told in a new Hollywood film called The Zookeeper’s Wife.

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Elderly Japanese people to be given cheaper funerals if they give up driving

Nearly 5 million people aged 75 or older hold a licence in Japan.

Suspect in Las Vegas Strip bus shooting surrenders to police

The incident was unrelated to an earlier robbery of a jewellery shop in the Bellagio Hotel.

Saturday 25 March, 2017

From The42 Bale could have broken my leg, says O'Shea Reckless

Bale could have broken my leg, says O'Shea

Manager Chris Coleman defended the Real Madrid star’s challenge.

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