Accra – Police in Ghana have launced an investigation into the death of a football linesman who was reportedly assaulted after a disputed decision in a domestic league match, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
"The National News Agency (NNA) in Lebanon, run by the Ministry of Information, reported that "20 minutes after taking off from Beirut International Airport, the director of MEA bureauin Baghdad informed the airliner that the Iraqi authorities would not allow the aircraft to land in Baghdad airport if it wasn't carrying the minister's son on board."
Bayern Munich boss Uli Hoeness admitted his own wrongdoing in January 2013 - by filing an amended tax return that showed he avoided paying taxes by means of a Swiss bank account. After his trial got underway Monday (10.03.2014), the man long considered a role model is back at the center of public attention - in part because of his surprise confession that he withheld 18.5 million euros ($25.7 million) in tax revenue from the state.
Jealous husband Kelvin Newton was jailed for life today for murdering his 'Shirley Valentine' wife Assia Newton, 44, over her holiday romance with a Tunisian waiter she met on a Mediterranean holiday.
Rachel Canning moved out of her parent's New Jersey home but filed a lawsuit against them saying that she deserved to have her college tuition and other expenses covered
Swetlana Maslowskaya, 32, burst into tears at the court in Frankfurt, Germany, when she was told that she would spend a year in jail before any chance of release.
A Chinese satellite searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 has found what it is calling a 'suspected crash area at sea' - releasing images of what they are describing as three 'large, floating, objects' in the South China Sea (right).
S-C-A-N-D-A-L: 'Super' Female Minister In 3.1 Billion Private Jet Mess, Spends 500,000 Euros Monthly On Jet's Maintainance
A 29 year-old warder with the old Abeokuta Prisons, Ibara, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Joseph Emmanuel is presently in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for allegedly assisting ain carrying out fraudulent financial transactions, as well as using the name and documents of an illiterate taxi driver, to open a First for the inmate.
The accident that involved a three-car pile-up happened in Rayong province, east of Bangkok.
Rachel Dilley, 48, from Hertfordshire, told ITV's This Morning that she hadn't realised at the time that 'white people had ever had HIV'