MorgenNews.com
2016-08-30 01:02
MorgenNews.com
Latest News
 

 

 
 
MorgenNews.com
The latest Most read The Best Rules Add Link
MorgenNews.com

The latest

1
Read 1   2016-08-30 01:02
6,500 Migrants Rescued off Libya Coast
  Some 40 co-ordinated rescue missions took place about 20km off the town of Sabratha


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 01:02
The Google-Uber Rivalry Is Seriously Heating Up
  A Google exec stepped down from Uber's board amid increasing competition


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 01:01
Cameron accused of 'uber cronyism' on pay
  Theresa May is being urged to "claw back" money paid to some of David Cameron's former advisers after it was reported that they were given pay rises of up to 24% last year.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:55
Crimewatch presenter and keen cyclist Jeremy Vine posts video of angry driver threatening to knock him out
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:55
Uganda grants 8 oil production licenses to Total, Tullow
  Uganda’s government has issued eight oil production licenses to two foreign companies, moving the East African country closer to becoming a producer of crude.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:55
UN says 10,000 civilians killed, wounded in Yemen conflict
  The U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator says a “minimum” of 10,000 people have been killed and wounded in Yemen’s conflict.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:46
Serbia detains migrant smugglers
  Three Serbian nationals were arrested after security forces prevented them from smuggling 64 Afghans to western Europe. Authorities found a van packed with immigrants near the Bulgarian border.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:43
Rooney to quit England after 2018 World Cup
  (Reuters) - Wayne Rooney will end his England career after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the striker said on Tuesday.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:43
Incredible maze is a wonderful tribute to Willy Wonka star Gene Wilder
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:43
Ex-Istanbul police chief, others detained in anti-coup probe
  Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency says a former police chief and several governors and journalists have been detained as part of the probe into the movement allegedly behind last month’s abortive coup.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:43
Nepal says Indian couple faked Everest climb
  Nepal mountaineering authorities have determined that an Indian couple faked a Mount Everest ascent earlier this year by altering photographs to show they were on the summit.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:38
Young woman befriends lonely 91-year-old at bus stop and helps her take her first selfie
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:38
Why should France accept the burkini? Its time to debate integration head-on
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:38
Transfer ticker live: Is Gnabry's move to Bayern/Werder a done deal?
  We are approaching the end of European football's summer transfer window. DW keeps you up to date on the latest player movements and rumors, with a particular focus on the Bundesliga.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:35
Paralympics: Over 100 Russians file cases to compete in Rio Games
  MOSCOW (Reuters) - More than 100 Russian Paralympians have individually filed cases to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in order to be allowed to compete at next month's Games in Rio, Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) Vice President Pavel Rozhkov said on Tuesday.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:35
Apple's massive EU tax bill could irk the US
  The EU has said a favorable tax deal with Ireland helped Apple skirt billion of euros in corporate taxes. Demands for repayment could escalate tension with Washington, which says the arrears in question belong to the US.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:33
China's Embassy in Kyrgyzstan Hit by Suicide Bomber
  A suicide car bombing at the Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan’s capital of Bishkek wounded five people and killed the lone attacker.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:33
Nearly 7,000 Migrants Rescued Off Libyan Coast
  The Italian navy and a number of search and rescue boats have saved nearly 7,000 migrants and refugees off the Libyan coast since Monday, in one of the largest ever rescue operations in the Mediterranean.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:33
France Seeks to End U.S.-EU Trade Talks
  The French trade minister called for an end to trade negotiations between the European Union and the U.S., the firmest sign yet of opposition in Europe to what would be the most ambitious trade deal in decades.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:32
Topless Marianne remark by PM Manuel Valls stirs French row
  Prime Minister Manuel Valls angers political rivals by invoking the symbol of the French republic, Marianne, in the row over "burkini" beach bans.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:30
EpiPen maker Mylan hires banks for debut euro bond
  LONDON (IFR) - Mylan has hired banks for a euro-denominated multi-tranche debut euro bond, a day after the under-fire drugmaker announced it would launch a generic version of its EpiPen allergy injection at half the price.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:27
Pieters, Westwood, Kaymer named as Europe's Ryder Cup wildcards
  LONDON (Reuters) - Belgian rookie Thomas Pieters and experienced duo Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer were named by Europe captain Darren Clarke as wildcard picks on Tuesday to complete his Ryder Cup team.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:26
MLS 'an option' for retiring Germany captain Schweinsteiger
  Bastian Schweinsteiger has said that he still hopes to play for Manchester United, despite the fact that the coach doesn't want him. The Germany captain is set to make his final appearance for the national team.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:26
Anti-AfD appeals by established German parties
  A top conservative in Chancellor Angela Merkel's northern German home region has urged voters to avoid the populist AfD in a key election next Sunday. The far-right party is just 1 percent behind Merkel's regional CDU.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:24
Scientists find signature of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in blood which suggests disease is the body going into hibernation
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:12
Abercrombie & Fitch sales fall for 14th straight quarter
  (Reuters) - Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co's sales dropped for the 14th straight quarter, hurt by lower traffic, including from tourists, at its flagship stores.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:12
Pet cat trapped beneath rubble for six days rescued by firefighters in Italy's quake zone
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:12
Cambodia nabs 64 from China, Taiwan in alleged internet scam
  Cambodian police arrested 64 people from mainland China and Taiwan on Tuesday, accusing them of taking part in an internet scam, officials said.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:12
Wayne Rooney: England captain to quit internationals after 2018 World Cup
  England captain Wayne Rooney confirms he will retire from international football after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:09
Schweinsteiger still dreams of playing for Man United
  BERLIN (Reuters) - Bastian Schweinsteiger wants to continue playing for Manchester United this season, even though manager Jose Mourinho said last week that the former Germany captain is unlikely to figure in his plans.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:07
This bizarre photo is confusing the internet – can you work it out? 
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 12:07
Calais locals to 'indefinitely' blockade port with 'human chain' 
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:56
Pieters, Westwood, Kaymer named Europe's Ryder Cup wildcards
  LONDON (Reuters) - Belgian rookie Thomas Pieters and experienced duo Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer were named by European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke as his wildcard picks on Tuesday to complete his team.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:56
Newly discovered D-Day maps reveal German defences on eve of assault
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:55
Tourism in Germany takes off
  For years, the numbers of tourists visiting Germany have only been heading in one direction: upwards. And based on the flow of visitors in the first half of 2016, the Tourism Association expects another new record year.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:55
How 12 EpiPens Saved My Life
  People with food allergies hope to never use an EpiPen, but sometimes we don’t have a choice.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
The Latest: Turkey asks US to drop support for Syrian Kurds
  The Latest on developments in the Syrian conflict, following Ankara’s incursion into the war-torn state last week (all times local):


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Sleep Expert reveals the 10 easy ways to banish insomnia
  Now a clinical nutritionist in the U.S., 36-year-old Shawn Stevenson has helped some 3,000 clients turn around their lifestyles. Here he explains how you can improve your sleeping habits.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Kim Jong-un uses anti-aircraft gun to execute high-ranking official for SLEEPING in meeting
  Ri Yong Jin was executed after he dozed off in a meeting addressed by Kim Jong-un, while former agriculture minister Hwang Min made a policy suggestion which was seen as undermining Kim.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Mother of kidnapped toddler says she FORGIVES the 'evil' teens who snatched her daughter in Primark as she warns parents to keep their children safe 
  The mother of a toddler kidnapped by two teens in a Primark in Newcastle says she forgives the pair and cannot call them evil. The teens were jailed for three years in July after taking the girl in April.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Nine top officials are sacked after Dubai ruler holds impromptu desk inspection
  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum conducted a surprise check of government offices in Dubai and found employees absent on Sunday, a normal working day in the UAE.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Gene Wilder died holding hands with family while listening to Somewhere Over the Rainbow
  Gene Wilder died yesterday at his home in Stamford, Connecticut, while listening to one of his favorite songs - which came on by chance as he took his last breath.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
GP Lisa Steen who died of cancer criticises colleagues in blog post
  Writing in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) online before her death, Dr Lisa Steen described how she 'spent two years wandering in the wilderness of the medically unexplained'.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
London Underground map released by TfL bosses shows steps between stations
  Experts fear the Underground could be inoperable within 15 years, with around 1.7billion people projected to use the tubes by 2026. The new map (pictured) is also aimed at getting people fit.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
The TRUTH behind superfood hype revealed
  Are superfoods the cure-alls they are claiming to be? A quick look beyond the marketing hype will reveal that salmon, carrots and brussels sprouts can be just as good.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Harlow police arrest four 15-year-old boys after gang beat Polish man to death 
  A murder inquiry has been launched in Harlow, Essex, after a Polish man was beaten to death by a gang of 20 boys and girls. Five teens have been arrested and another man remains in hospital.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Liverpool couple 'ordered by hotel staff to open cards on wedding night to settle bill'
  A newlywed couple say they were ordered to open their cards on their wedding night to settle a £500 room bill by hotel staff at 30 James Street Hotel in Liverpool.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Subway employee reveals what you should NEVER order
  The anonymous UK Subway shift manager told Reddit users to 'ask me anything', and revealed some of the sandwich chain store's tricks of the trade.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
'Naked' British woman dies after being hit by a car while walking home in Ibiza
  The woman, 27, was hit by a car at 6.20am today as she walked between Santa Eularia and the hippy village of San Carlos following a night out clubbing.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:53
Where are the stars of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory now?
  The 1971 adaptation of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was Gene Wilder's most famous role but what of the young co-stars who followed him into Roald Dahl's fictional factory?


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:50
Stock futures flat as investors await more clues from Fed
  (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures were little changed on Tuesday as investors waited for more clues on the timing of the next interest rate hike.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:45
Somalia car bomb blast in Mogadishu targets hotel, presidential palace
  A suicide bomber has detonated a car bomb outside a popular Mogadishu hotel. Several soldiers were killed in the blast near the presidential compound. It is the third attack on the same hotel in less than three years.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:44
Drone captures stunning view of Uluru
  The 600m-year-old sandstone monolith Uluru, or Ayers Rock, has been filmed from a new perspective.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:39
Ryder Cup 2016: Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer & Thomas Pieters are wildcards
  Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer & Thomas Pieters are selected as Europe's wildcards by Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:37
How Mickey Mouse won over Germany
  The first Mickey Mouse comic in German appeared 65 years ago. Initially labeled pulp fiction, the mouse squeaked his way into the hearts of Germans; today, the comics are one of the most beloved children's magazines.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:34
Husband of Heart singer Ann Wilson arrested for assault
  SEATTLE (AP) -- Authorities say the husband of Heart lead singer Ann Wilson is being held on investigation of assaulting two relatives during the group's show in suburban Seattle....


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:26
Why I've told my kids not to expect any inheritance from me
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:23
Typhoon Lionrock Strikes Northern Japan
  Typhoon Lionrock made landfall in northern Japan, bringing heavy rains, high waves and strong winds to areas devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:23
China's Passive-Aggressive Diplomacy
  Beijing’s castigation of Seoul’s plans for a missile shield sends a message to smaller countries that standing up for themselves places Chinese trade at risk.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:21
68 protesters appear in Zimbabwe court over police clashes
  A Zimbabwean court is hearing the bail applications for 68 protesters charged with public violence following last week’s clashes with police.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:21
130 still missing in Cameroon after crackdown, says Amnesty
  One hundred thirty men and boys remain missing in Cameroon nearly two years after a government crackdown on suspected members of the Nigeria-based Boko Haram extremists, Amnesty International said Tuesday, calling on the government to provide answers.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:21
Israel lashes back after UN envoy comments on settlements
  Israel is lashing back at the United Nations’ Mideast envoy for “distorting history” after he labelled Israeli settlement building as a main hindrance to peace with the Palestinians.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:19
Fed's Fischer says U.S. job market 'very close' to full strength
  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. job market is nearly at full strength and the pace of interest rate increases by the Federal Reserve will depend on how well the economy is doing, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said on Tuesday.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:18
Notting Hill Carnival marred by 440 arrests and four knife attacks
  The annual event sees police make 440 arrests and four people wounded in suspected stabbings.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:15
Kerry in India for strategic, commercial talks
  NEW DELHI (AP) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in India for strategic and commercial talks being held against the backdrop of rising tensions in the disputed region of Kashmir, long a flashpoint between India and rival Pakistan....


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:13
12-year-old who sparked outrage after posing with dead giraffe vows she will 'never stop hunting' 
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:12
The Latest: Ireland to appeal EU ruling on Apple taxes
  The Latest on the European Union’s decision that Apple must pay billions in back taxes (all times local):


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:07
Apple tax move praised by Nobel winner
  Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz praises the EU on Apple's tax bill


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:04
European regulators seek up to $14.5 billion from Apple over Irish tax rules
  Ireland said it would appeal the decision as an overreach by E.U. overseers.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:02
American woman indicted in China on charges of spying
  A court in southern China says prosecutors have indicted an American woman on charges of spying.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:01
Nepal bans Indian police pair for 'fake' Everest climb
  Nepal imposes a 10-year mountaineering ban on two climbers who claimed to be the first Indian couple to have climbed Everest, officials say.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:01
Badger cull extended to more English counties
  Badger culling is rolled out to more parts of England, in a bid to tackle bovine TB.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 11:01
Jeremy Corbyn proposing digital 'bill of rights'
  Every home and business in the UK would have guaranteed access to high-speed broadband as part of a digital "bill of rights" proposed by Jeremy Corbyn.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:49
Suicide bomber hits near presidential palace in Somalia
  Police in Somalia say a suicide bomber has detonated an explosives-laden truck near the gate of the presidential palace in the capital, killing at least three people.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:49
Former EU commissioner enters Estonian presidential contest
  Former prime minister and EU commissioner Siim Kallas has entered Estonia’s presidential race for the second round of voting in the Baltic country’s Parliament.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:49
EU rules Apple must pay up to 13B euros in back taxes
  BRUSSELS (AP) -- The European Union says Ireland has given illegal tax benefits worth up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) to Apple Inc. and must now recover the unpaid back taxes from the U.S. technology company, plus interest....


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:46
Jeremy Corbyn won't be defeated in Westminster. His foes must fight him in his own arena
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:43
Barcelona, Luis Enrique agree to delay new contract talks
  MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona and coach Luis Enrique have agreed to put off talks on a contract extension until early next year, club President Josep Maria Bartomeu said.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:41
Israel razes home of Palestinian accused of murder involvement
  Israeli forces say they have blown up the home of a Palestinian accused of involvement in the killing of an Israeli man. Rights groups have slammed such punitive measures by Israel as collective punishment.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:41
Spain premier to open debate; new government remains elusive
  Spain’s acting prime minister is opening a two-day parliamentary debate in hopes of forming a new government and ending an eight-month impasse, but expectations of a breakthrough are running low.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:41
High-rise tower being built in Abu Dhabi catches fire
  Firefighters in Abu Dhabi are battling a blaze that broke out in a high-rise building under construction in the United Arab Emirates capital.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:38
Apple Ordered to Pay $14.5 Billion in Back Taxes
  Apple's routing of profits through Ireland judged illegal


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:35
Search for the Anthropocene 'golden spike'
  Scientists investigating whether we have entered a new geological age are seeking a suitable "spike" in the environmental record that betrays significant human influence.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:35
Julia Carneiro: Dilma Rousseff's last stand?
  Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's decision to defend herself may have been about making a grand exit, writes BBC Brasil's Julia Carneiro.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:32
Apple Ordered to Pay $14.5 Billion in Back Taxes
  Apple's routing of profits through Ireland judged illegal


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:32
Somalia police say suicide bomber detonates vehicle near presidential palace, killing at least 3
  Somalia police say suicide bomber detonates vehicle near presidential palace, killing at least 3.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:32
'Forty years gone’: Two Canadian friends, born days apart in 1975, were likely switched at birth
  "What happened here is lives were stolen," Manitoba's former aboriginal affairs minister said of the Norway House Indian Hospital mix-up.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Facebook photo of dog with mouth tied shut alerts police  
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Migratory animals under threat in the 'Serengeti of the north'
  Strange and wonderful beasts from the saiga antelope to the snow leopard have long roamed the Central Asian wilderness. But human development and climate change are disrupting age-old migratory routes.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Apple must repay 13 billion euros in back taxes
  The European Union has ordered Ireland to recover 13 billion euros in back taxes from Apple in one of its largest anti-trust rulings aimed at curbing sweetheart tax deals for multinational corporations.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Books of The Times: In ‘Good Vibrations,’ Summer Fun Soured by Mike Love’s Score Settling
  Mr. Love’s memoir of his long Beach Boys career offers lots of inside information but tends to be overpowered by boasts and grudges.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Savoring the Foods and Family Traditions of Summers Past
  Readers tell of dishes that remind them where they came from.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Suicide Bomber Attacks Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
  Three people were wounded in the assault, which the Central Asian country’s government called “a terrorist act.”


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Ask Well: Exercises to Strengthen Bones
  High-impact activities like sprinting and jumping are best at increasing bone density, studies say, but there are benefits from brisk walking and even whole-body vibration platforms.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:30
Why Your Granola Is Really a Dessert
  Most people think granola is a health food. But commercial varieties of it are often loaded with enough added sugar to rival a slice of chocolate cake.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:27
Van Basten quits Dutch national team for FIFA job
  AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Netherlands assistant coach Marco van Basten is to give up the role by the end of the year as the leadership crisis surrounding the side took another twist on Tuesday, a week before the Dutch kick off their 2018 World Cup campaign.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:27
Woman rescued from burning vehicle after a truck crashes through traffic jam
 


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:27
Southern Health NHS boss Percy quits
  Chief executive of troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Katrina Percy, to quit over "media attention"


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:21
EU: Ireland must recover up to 13 billion euros in illegal tax benefits from Apple
  EU: Ireland must recover up to 13 billion euros in illegal tax benefits from Apple.


1
Read 1   2016-08-30 10:21
UN: France’s burkini ban a ‘stupid reaction’ to extremism
  The U.N. human rights office says local bans in France on burkini swimwear amount to “a grave and illegal breach of fundamental freedoms” and a “stupid reaction” to recent extremist attacks.


 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11 ... 1964  MorgenNews.com