Saudi-led airstrikes target Shiite rebels across Yemen, hit weapons cache in capitalYemeni security officials say Saudi-led airstrikes have targeted Shiite rebels across the country and struck a weapons depot in the capital, rocking nearby residential areas.
Aftershock hits Kathmandu as toll climbs | JournalMore information: http://www.dw.de/international-relief-effort-for-nepal-underway/a-18410275
Powerful aftershocks continue to shake Nepal - complicating rescue efforts in the wake of Saturday's massive earthquake. More than 3500 people reported killed. The devastation is widespread in wha
For-profit college operator Corinthian Colleges is shutting its doors (COCO)For-profit college operator Corinthian Colleges said it would immediately shut down all its remaining campuses and cease substantially all other operations. It is working to find other schools for the roughly 16,000 students affected by the shutdown, the company said in a statement on Sunday. In a l
Iranian general: 'The house of Saud will be toppled'ANKARA (Reuters) - The commander of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards accused Saudi Arabia on Monday of following in Israel's footsteps in the Islamic world by carrying out air strikes in Yemen, the official IRNA news agency reported. A Saudi-led alliance began bombing Iranian-allied Houthi militia
Occupy Wall Street's plan to beat consumer debt has quietly become a successThe Occupy movement is still making a huge difference in thousands of lives. The group's Rolling Jubilee "Strike Debt" initiative has quietly forgiven millions in medical and student loans since 2012 after buying the debt on the secondary market. Sixteen-thousand people have been relieved of nearly
Another massive merger attempt has fallen apart (AMAT)Applied Materials walked away from its planned bid to buy Tokyo Electron for $25 billion on Sunday. The two companies are the first- and third-largest makers of components that go into semiconductor chips, and would have been worth over $38.5 billion together, according to Reuters. They had been in
VIDEO: Thurrock's view on an EU referendumThe latest polls suggest the race in Thurrock is too close to call between the Conservatives, UKIP and Labour.
How are climbers being evacuated from Everest?Rescue teams are racing to get to climbers who survived avalanches on Mount Everest after Nepal's earthquake before their supplies run out.
Jobs blow as paper maker collapsesFife-based paper maker Tullis Russell goes into administration with the loss of 325 jobs, and putting a further 149 at risk.
Midwife admits baby death 'mistakes'A former midwife at Furness General Hospital in Cumbria admits "making mistakes" which contributed to the deaths of two babies.
VIDEO: Labour pledge on stamp dutyLabour is to announce it will suspend stamp duty on properties worth less than £300,000 in a bid to help first-time buyers.
Western Morning News published A brief spring then back to winter as UK hit by an 'Arctic blast'Spring has sprung ... and promptly wilted away again, as temperatures in the UK plummet and grey clouds move in across the South West. Weeks of sunshine, clear skies and unseasonably dry weather have spawned several rumours of the region seeing its hottest day of the year so far. But the warm
Western Morning News published Andy Kellett gets award as Plymouth Argyle's 2014/15 young...WING-BACK Andy Kellett has been named as Plymouth Argyle's young player-of-the-year.Kellett made 15 starts for the Pilgrims during a three-month loan spell from Championship club Bolton Wanderers earlier in the season.He also scored a superb individual goal in the 3-2 away win against Northampton To
More than 3,700 dead after Nepal quake; 70% of houses destroyed in some villagesThe death toll from Nepal's earthquake has soared past 3,700 and is expected to rise further as rescue workers struggle to reach remote villages two days after the disaster.
Bribery scandal forces South Korea's Prime Minister to resignSouth Korea's president has accepted the resignation of her prime minister because of a bribery scandal.
Swansea want to end on a high - CorkJack Cork says a positive end to the Premier League campaign will put Swansea City in a good position ahead of next season.
Wife's joy at India climber's Everest escapeIndian climber Sangeeta Bahl speaks to the BBC's Geeta Pandey about her joy at mountaineer husband Ankur Bahl's escape from Saturday's earthquake in Nepal.
Penny Dreadful, Sherlock win BaftasSupernatural horror Penny Dreadful wins three Bafta Television Craft Awards, while BBC One's Sherlock wins two and Mackenzie Crook wins his first Bafta.
HSBC gives FTSE 100 renewed boostHSBC continues to lift the FTSE 100 index in Monday trading after saying last week that it might shift its HQ abroad.
VIDEO: NI parties' 'crucial' election rolePolitical parties in Northern Ireland believe they have a 'crucial' role in forming the next Westminster government.
VIDEO: Cheers as Cameron vows to win electionDavid Cameron has made a passionate address at a business event in London pledging to "win the election".
Winning is in our DNA - Nick CleggNick Clegg disputes predictions in the polls that the Liberal Democrats will lose several seats at the election and said that winning was in his party's DNA.
Holiday gas deaths 'a tragedy'A coroner tells an inquest the deaths of two British children on holiday in Corfu was "a most appalling tragedy".
Bridge 'more a sport than shooting'The card game Bridge is "arguably" a sport and could qualify for lottery funding, a High Court judge finds.
Tory suspended over Miliband Jew slurA Conservative local election candidate who said she could never support "the Jew" Ed Miliband is suspended.
Furious 7 stays top of US box officeFurious 7 tops the US and Canada's box office for a fourth week, as Avengers: Age of Ultron tops the international chart a week ahead of its US release.
St Mirren captain 'spears' team-mateSt Mirren captain Steven Thompson says he is "mortified" after 'spearing' team-mate John McGinn in a training ground prank
'Mayweather should retire after fight'Floyd Mayweather should retire after Saturday's super-fight against Manny Pacquiao, according to his father.
Shake-up plan hits Deutsche sharesDeutsche Bank shares fall after it unveils a plan to cut costs by €3.5bn (£2.5bn) and sell off its Postbank business.
Dozens of Britons untraced in NepalDozens of British and Irish people are among the missing, as the Disasters Emergency Committee announces an appeal to aid survivors of the Nepal earthquake.
Israel 'kills militants' in GolanAn Israeli air strike has killed four militants armed with a bomb along the Israeli-Syrian frontier in the Golan Heights, the Israeli military says.
Indonesia condemned over executionsFrance and Australia have condemned the death penalty "in all circumstances", as executions for three of their nationals loom in Indonesia.
Nepal quake aid effort stepped upInternational efforts to bring aid to Nepal are stepped up as the death toll from Saturday's devastating earthquake reaches 3,726.
Fake Festival in Tynemouth: Stage timings and ticket informationStage times for the event featuring tributes to Green Day, Bon Jovi and the Arctic Monkeys have now been released
Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown visit North East LIVE: Updates from Walker and Stockton-on-TeesLabour leader Ed Miliband and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown are in Stockton-on-Tees and Walker for their General Election campaign
Avengers, Fast & Furious 7 | Hollywood Beats Bollywood At The Box OfficePost the release of Avengers: Age of Ultrons and Fast and Furious 7, it seems Hollywood turns out to be a better entertainment than Bollywood. Watch the box office episode to check out which all films have been left behind by these two international blockbusters.
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Premier League Relegation Betting: Beleaguered Black Cats set to join Burnley and QPR in relegation ...Sunderland joined two of the recently promoted sides in the bottom three after the weekend's action and it's odds on that all three sides drop into the Championship
Power set for long-awaited ShowdownRuckman Matt Lobbe says Port Adelaide has long internalised the buzz words now floating around the Adelaide Crows.
The Duchess Of Cambridge Could be Induced As Due Date PassesThe Duchess of Cambridge could be induced if she doesn't go in to labour soon. Kate is already up to four days overdue with Royal baby number 2, and if it doesn't start arriving shortly the birth could be hurried along with medical help. The 33-year-old royal was expected to give birth at St Mary's
He must be really sorry ... what did he do?LOOKS like someone in Brisbane is in big, big trouble ... what did this bloke do to warrant a $4000 apology that could be seen from 30km away.
Bus station reopens after head-on crashUPDATE: Brisbane’s busy Woolloongabba bus station has reopened after an earlier head-on bus collision.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says destiny in his team's handsBournemouth manager Eddie Howe says his side 'must do their bit' as they aim to secure promotion to the Premier League with victory over Bolton in Monday's Sky Live game at Dean Court.
Shark faces five weeks out for spear tackleCHRIS Heighington faces five weeks on the sidelines after being charged for a spear tackle, while a Kiwi could miss his Test debut. WATCH THE VIDEO.
Cameron: Election is a straight choiceConservative leader David Cameron says the General Election is about a clear choice between a good economic foundation or going back to "square-one". Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Irina Shayk Looks Perfect In Pink At The White House Correspondents DinnerIrina Shayk was leading the supermodel take over of the White House Correspondents dinner. The brunette beauty, who according to Page Six might be getting it on with newly single Bradley Cooper, worked her way down the red carpet as though she was strutting the catwalk. Showing off her supermodel bo
Forget the Hype; Football IS Boring...It's only because we are charged massive amounts of money for something we are told is brilliant and unmissable that we complain of boredom. Football is often dull.
Screening of Punjabi film Nanak Shah Fakir protested at Surrey theatreHundreds of people gathered to try to stop Strawberry Hills Cinemas from showing the controversial film Nanak Shah Fakir.
Adenosine in weight-loss therapy? | Tomorrow TodayEuropean researchers have made a discovery that ought to interest the many people who are overweight. The hormone adenosine, a natural product of the body, can activate weight loss.
White fat - which stores energy in the belly, legs, and buttocks - comprises a fifth of a person’s body weight