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- Two men jailed for acid attack on TV presenter - 1er mai 2009 - - UK news, Article - • Victim, 25, had previously been raped in hotel room
• Effect of injuries 'worse than death', court hears
A heavy steroid user who raped a television presenter and then arranged for acid to be thrown in her face in an act of "pure calculated and deliberate evil" was jailed for life today.
- Girl, 10, suffers 70% burns on sunbed - 1er mai 2009 - UK news, Article - A 10-year-old schoolgirl suffered burns over 70% of her body after a 16-minute session at an unmanned tanning studio.
The girl's mother is now calling for all unmanned salons to be shut down as a matter of urgency.
Within hours of leaving the tanning salon in Port Talbot, south Wales, Kelly (...)
- ’My profile’s up. They did me good’ - 1er mai 2009 - - Media, Article - Controversy was good for my career, actor admits
Actor Andrew Sachs has thanked Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand for boosting his profile with the offensive messages affair.
Last October the two presenters left a series of offensive messages on Sachs's telephone answering machine, revealing that (...)
- English village cricket comes to Kabul - 1er mai 2009 - - World news, Article - Sussex cricketers bowled over by Olympic hopefuls in heavily guarded rematch in Afghanistan
The cucumber sandwiches may have been in short supply and many of the spectators ringing the boundary bemused US soldiers, but today a slice of English village green cricket was transported to the (...)
- Stanford turned away by Texan court - 1er mai 2009 - - World news, Article - Financier and cricket impresario accused of $8bn fraud tries to give himself up to US marshals in apparent attempt to secure bail
Allen Stanford has been turned away from a Texas court after trying to turn himself in to face accusations that his business empire is an $8bn (£5.4bn) Ponzi scheme. (...)
- 24 hours in pictures - 1er mai 2009 - - News, Gallery - A selection of the best images from around the world
- Baby P killer guilty of raping girl, 2 - 1er mai 2009 - - Society, Article - Man convicted of rape but Baby P's mother acquitted of cruelty to girl in sequel to Haringey abuse case
The stepfather of Baby P was found guilty today of abuse charges against a second child victim. A news blackout on the case was lifted after a jury at the Old Bailey found the man, 32, guilty (...)
- Liberal Souter to quit supreme court - 1er mai 2009 - - World news, Article - • Barack Obama to make first high court appointment
• Republicans ready for nomination fight
Supreme court justice David Souter today announced he will retire next month, giving Barack Obama his first appointment to America's highest court and likely opening a bitter nomination fight with (...)
- Sri Lanka army shelled no-fire zone, says UN - 1er mai 2009 - - World news, Article - • Satellite pictures show heavy damage in civilian safe haven
• Assault on Tamil Tigers will continue, says country's president
The Sri Lankan president today rejected calls for a ceasefire even as leaked images from the UN appeared to confirm that the military shelled the tiny coastal area of (...)
- Media Talk : Six weeks to save digital radio - 1er mai 2009 - - Media, Audio - On the latest Media Talk podcast, Matt Wells is joined by Emily Bell and Tess Alps from Thinkbox to discuss the grand plan by the BBC and the commercial radio sector to drag the wireless kicking and screaming into the digital age. The BBC's director of audio and music Tim Davie tells us this (...)
- Scottish man is first to catch swine flu in Britain - 1er mai 2009 - - UK news, Article - Clerical worker at Falkirk Royal hospital tests positive as number of confirmed UK cases reaches 13
A Scottish hospital worker has been confirmed as the first person to catch swine flu from within the UK, after contracting it in a pub from newlyweds who had travelled to Mexico, according to (...)
- Clarke ’ashamed’ to be Labour MP - 1er mai 2009 - - Politics, Article - Charles Clarke joins David Blunkett in criticising Gordon Brown's recent performance
A former cabinet minister today admitted he felt "ashamed" to be a Labour MP as criticism of the prime minister's performance in office intensified.
Charles Clarke, the former home secretary, is the latest to (...)
- Dutch royal car attack driver dies in hospital - 1er mai 2009 - - World news, Article - • Karst Tates killed five people near bus carrying Queen Beatrix
• Attacker had lost job and faced eviction, say neighbours
The man who killed five people with his car during an attack on the Dutch royal family has died of his injuries, prosecutors said today.
The suspect, a 38-year-old man (...)
- War in Afghanistan : friend or foe ? - 30 avril 2009 - - World news, Video - The Afghan people find themselves stuck in the middle, between Taliban threats and US marines who don't know who to trust. It's a frustrating hall of mirrors for the American forces tasked with winning hearts and minds
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