ITV
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We're now just days away from one of the biggest entertainment events of the year - the Oscars. Ross joins us live from LA. How are the preparations going in Hollywood ahead of Sunday night's ceremony? We have a message for you. First, ahead of Sunday night's ceremony? We have a message for you. first, Ross.
The Sun Daily - World News
9 minutes
But on Wednesday two judges – a Cambodian and a German nationalthrew out the prosecution against her, ruling the court did not have the remit to pursue lower level cadres. "Im Chaem is not subject to the (tribunal's) personal jurisdiction, which means she was neither a senior leader nor otherwise one of the most responsible officials of the Khmer Rouge regime," the court said in a statement. The decision illustrates both the limits of the court's powers as well as the Cambodian government's public unease over pursuing fresh trials. 'Difficult to swallow' Strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen – himself a former Khmer Rouge cadre before he defected – has repeatedly hit out at the prospect of further prosecutions, warning they could ignite civil unrest. Critics say Hun Sen is worried new cases might shine an uncomfortable spotlight on historical links between government members and the brutal communist regime.
The Guardian - Sport
9 minutes
This year’s Six Nations schedule has distinct similarities to 2003 and some successful tinkering against the visitors would intensify them England will be hoping Six Nations history is about to repeat itself. Fourteen years ago they kicked off the tournament with home success over France followed by a victory in Cardiff and then met Italy on the middle weekend. Then, as now, their penultimate fixture was a Calcutta Cup duel with Scotland at Twickenham prior to a juicy finale in Dublin . Nor do the similarities end there. With one eye on winning the next World Cup, England’s then head coach, Clive Woodward, spotted an opportunity to make judicious changes to his previously settled XV against an Italy team who had just lost heavily at home to Ireland. With the captain Martin Johnson nursing a sore achilles tendon, a 23-year-old Jonny Wilkinson was promoted to lead the side out for the first time, Josh Lewsey wore 15 and Joe Worsley and Danny Grewcock started up front for Neil Back and Ben Kay respectively.
The Guardian - World news
9 minutes
Bournemouth Daily Echo
10 minutes
To be honest although I like football there are hardly any players I think are interesting enough to go and listen to them talk about themselves. Having said that if there is one footballer who has made an impression both on and (just) off the pitch then it is Eric Cantona. He is probably one of, if not the, most talked about, skillful and Iconic players in the history of the Premier League.
The Economic Times
10 minutes
MUMBAI: Data on US FDA inspections in past 8 years and warning letters (WL) issued and their resolutions in recent years paints a disturbing picture, says a recent Edelweiss report. Since the Generic Drug User Fee Amendments (GDUFA’s) implementation in Oct 2012, FDA inspections have doubled in India and China (20% versus 11% of total inspections earlier), which led to considerable increase in issuance of WLs (55% versus 33% of total earlier). WL resolutions have become longer and rarer - only 9 out of 108 WLs have been sorted out taking an average of ~500 days. Data for India and China is even bleaker with just one resolution out of the 64 WLs issued in past 52 months. Cadila Healthcare’s Moraiya unit (474 days) looks poised to be resolved soon post its recent re-audit that had no FDA observations. While data suggests that Sun Pharma’s Halol unit (454 days) and Dr Reddy’s (349 days) are closer to resolution timeframe, the concern is that the WLs are not easy to resolve.
Auto Express
12 minutes
Image 2 of 10 Image 2 of 10 Inside, the Logan gets the brand’s new four-spoke steering wheel, as well as the same ‘3D weaveseats as found on the Sandero. Stepway badging features throughout. There’s one petrol (TCe 90) and one diesel (dCi 90) engine to choose from, and both come with a five-speed manual gearbox. Although unconfirmed, buyers will likely get a choice of Ambiance or Laureate specs – with the entry-level Access trim not usually available on pumped-up Stepway models. All cars get rear parking sensors, electric windows and a 12V power supply. A reversing camera is on the options list. Elsewhere, Dacia has announced a special edition Duster . The yet-to-be-named limited-run SUV will also arrive in the summer, sporting loads of extra kit and a unique look. The Nordic Grey Duster is based on the top-spec Prestige trim, featuring 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, climate control, sat-nav and cruise control.
BBC News 24
14 minutes
One was armed with a knife. The other was armed with a gun. They threatened the prison guards and forced them to allow Shaun Walmsley to escape. Now, they made off in a gold coloured Volvo and the prison officers were able to raise the alarm. Neither were injured. Merseyside Police have launched a search now.
Daily Express - Entertainment
15 minutes
UMA THURMAN almost starred in JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and really regrets turning it down.
BBC News 24
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The Week
17 minutes
Unicef, the World Food Programme and the Food and Agricultural Organisation said on Monday that 100,000 people are already starving, while a further one million are classified as being on the brink of famine. South Sudan: Famine declared as civil war rages
OK!
19 minutes
Howard Donald and wife Katie Halil welcomed their second child together[Getty] The Take That star, who only welcomed his first baby with wife Katie at the start of last year, announced the pair were expecting a second bundle of joy back in October. And now, Howard – who has two daughters from previous relationships – has revealed he's a proud father once again. He announced the news on Twitterconfirming the little one's adroable name with his 172k ...
CNN
19 minutes
"One word the police use a lot is 'troublemakers'."
Evening Standard
19 minutes
More than one million passengers suffered major disruption on Wednesday as combined Tube and rail strikes hit services across large parts of London and the south of England.
I4U News
20 minutes
Jimmy Fallon is one of several comedian and TV hosts that do a great Trump impression. Last night, Fallon's Trump launched the Trump News Network. Trump's own news network.This way the President can...
ITV
21 minutes
Generally, we have lots of things in common. As a country. One of them is manners and politeness and engaging with people. We should have a vigourous political debate. I think sometimes that gets way too personal emboldened.
WinBeta
22 minutes
The Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta will be going live on Xbox One from tomorrow 6am EST (February 23rd) through to 6am EST on February 27th and a new teaser trailer has just dropped to get gamers excited for all of the action. Check it out here. The Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta game can [...]
Forbes
23 minutes
The Iran Project
23 minutes
Clearstream’s account at JPMorgan received interest payments and redemptions on $1.67 billion in bonds held on behalf of an Italian bank fronting for the Iranians, according to evidence that emerged in a civil suit. There is no evidence that JPMorgan was aware that the accounts were connected to Iran. Federal prosecutors will soon decide whether to charge Clearstream with violations of sanctions laws and making false statements to U.S. regulators about those alleged violations, the two people briefed on the matter said. No determination has been made about whether the company or any individuals will face charges, one of them said. Through spokesmen, Bharara’s office and JPMorgan Chase declined to comment. Nuclear Agreement Bharara’s office started its probe of Clearstream three years ago, at a time when the Obama administration was negotiating to lift some sanctions against Iran in return for measures by Tehran to scale back its nuclear ambitions.
Al Jazeera
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The Week
33 minutes
The bubbly booze has been included as one of the items in the basket of goods used to calculate the Consumer Price Index, a measure of inflation. After falling out of the basket in 2012, champagne was put back for 2017. Other goods making the 2017 list were avocados, sweet potatoes, larger televisions and stockbrokers' fees. Quote of the dayCarney goes passive-aggressive on MPs You won't like me for saying this… In terms of the financial stability risks around the referendum, the bank did take some serious steps in order to mitigate those. We just have to accept that we're never going to get any credit for it." Mark Carney goes a touch passive-aggressive at the Treasury Select Committee. THE NUMBERS... AT 0749 GMT FTSE 100: down -0.34 to 7274.83 Dow Jones: up +0.58 to 20743.00 Dax: up +1.18 to 11967.49 Cac 40: up +0.49 to 4888.76 Nikkei: down -0.01 to 19379.87 Hang Seng: down -0.89 to 24183.85 US dollar: buys0.95090 and £0.80020 Sterling: buys $1.24860 and €1.18840 Oil: $56.70 up +0.9
Sky News
35 minutes
When - a lot of other people. When I look at that face, I see the absolute enormity of the problem that we are faced with. You have people about Donald Trump talking about a 30-day plan to defeat ISIS, and the rest of it, you have talk about ground troops and the rest of it, and it is one thing talking about going in to Iraq or Syria with military forces, and defeating people on the ground, whatever, what I worry about is ideology.
Ars Technica UK
37 minutes
Enter the Zotac Zbox Magnus EN1080, a ventilated black cube that packs a fully watercooled Skylake Intel Core i7-6700 processor (note the lack of the unlocked "K" designation) and Nvidia GTX 1080 inside a case just 225mm wide and 203mm deep. Such powerful hardware means the EN1080 is capable of playing games at a native 4K resolution with near maximum settings at over 60FPS. Even better, thanks to the clever watercooling setup inside, it does so while remaining quieter than any console or desktop PC with a standard cooling setup. It's seriously impressive stuff. Naturally, there's a price to pay for such a setup—and it's not cheap. A barebones EN1080—where you supply your own storage, memory, and operating systemcosts around £2,000 / $2,000 . A more conventional desktop system with the same components plus storage, RAM, OS, and a decent all-on-one liquid cooler comes in at under £1500. Read 18 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Nottingham Evening Post
37 minutes
Nottinghamshire fire fighters entered a burning building to rescue a person from inside. Fire broke out at a home in Keswick Road in Worksop last night (Tuesday, February 21). Crews from Worksop and Edwinstowe were dispatched to the scene, where they put on breathing equipment to enter the property and rescue one person from inside. Read more: Horse stuck in gate freed after two-hour rescue operationEast Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the scene to give treatment. The fire was...