LEICESTER Tigers players’ brush with the law in Italy has made the club “look a bit silly,” rugby director Richard Cockerill admitted yesterday.
He confirmed that a number of players had been internally disciplined after an incident in a McDonald’s following the...
Wednesday 31st Aug 2016
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Discrimination against pregnant women ‘doubles in decade’
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WAYNE ROONEY will bow out of international football after the 2018 World Cup, he announced yesterday after Sam Allardyce kept him on as England captain.
Having already become England’s all-time leading goalscorer, Rooney is set to pick up his 116th cap in Sunday’s World Cup...
Clarke tries to boost team’s experience with wildcard picks
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Syrian refugees are not subjects for social media galleries, writes RAMZY BAROUD
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MEXICAN President Enrique Pena Nieto sacked federal police chief Enrique Galindo on Monday over allegations that officers executed 22 suspected drug traffickers last year.
Mr Galindo’s dismissal was aimed at facilitating “a quick and transparent investigation,” said...
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by James Tweedie
NINE Latin American nations have urged the US to drop its Cuban immigrant policy, which is causing a migrant crisis in the region.
The Ecuadorian mission in Washington delivered a letter from the foreign ministers of Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador,...
NORTHERN IRELAND: Police conducted fresh searches yesterday as part of a terrorism investigation which prompted the arrest of a British marine.
Ciaran Maxwell from Larne, Co Antrim, was detained by police officers in southern England in a pre-planned swoop last week. He is still being...
Campaigners expose danger to democracy