Italy faces more earthquakes in near future, scientists warn

Seismologists say recent tremors were caused by a geological shift that may herald further disasters Scientists have warned that central Italy faces a serious risk of suffering further devastating earthquakes in the near future. The region in central Italy north of Rome has already been struck by three major tremors over the past few weeks. […]

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Most Calais camp child refugees traumatised and depressed

Charities warn that the longer children are exposed to uncertainty, the more difficult it will be for them to adjust to normal life Nearly all of the Citizens UK, which is supporting scores of children dispersed around France, suggests that their mental health is deteriorating amid continuing delays over their transfer. Since the demolition of […]

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Andy Murray beats Tomas Berdych at Paris Masters to close on world No1 spot

Andy Murray was one match away from becoming the world No1 after defeating Tomas Berdych 7-6, 7-5 at the Paris Masters, where Novak Djokovic lost As Novak Djokovics glorious reign of 122 weeks as the king of tennis edged towards a conclusion with a shock defeat in Paris on Friday, Andy Murray, the heir apparent […]

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HBO cancels Bill Simmons talk show Any Given Wednesday

Simmons talk show, which began on 22 June has been poorly rated and will end on 9 November Any Given Wednesday, Bill Simmons weekly HBO talk show, is ending after barely four months on the air. HBO announced on Friday that the show will finish before the end of the season. The network said in […]

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The evolution of Arsenals Mesut zil earns comparison with Bergkamp | Amy Lawrence

Often criticised for being too languid and casual, zils reinvention as a playmaker who has added strikers runs looks intriguingly transformative Basking in the glow of the requiring late equalisers from the home team to save face. It promises to be as frenetic and fierce as usual, which is not the stereotypical idea of zils […]

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Despite the Harvard soccer team decision, men are rarely punished for overt misogyny

Keeping a list of female soccer recruits ranked by sex appeal was apparently only worth a slap on the wrist. We need deep, systemic change The fact that the Harvard mens soccer team reported on last week, is a methodical assessment of the attractiveness of freshman female soccer players. The male soccer players assigned each […]

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Breeders’ Cup day one live!

Rolling report: Join Greg Wood for live updates from the first four races at the prestigious Breeders Cup meeting in Santa Anita, California Read more:

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California politician likes climate change because ‘our enemies’ live in hot places

Republican assembly candidate stands by his belief that global warming is a good thing because it will negatively affect our enemies in desert climates Randy Voepel is a big fan of climate change because Americas enemies are on the equator and a warmer climate will make their lives worse. Voepel, a Republican running unopposed to […]

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Who will be hurt more by a third party ‘protest’ vote Clinton or Trump?

The impact of protest votes varies throughout the US heres a quick guide to where third party votes could affect which of the two main candidates wins Another day closer to the presidential election, another slew of surveys most of them showing that Hillary Clinton is in the lead. But the size of the Democratic […]

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Isis claims responsibility for killing of Egyptian general

Hesham Mahmoud Abualazm, 47, shot from a moving car in North Sinai, was the second general killed in two weeks An Egyptian general has been killed by militants near his home in North Sinai, the military has said, the second soldier of his rank to be shot dead in as many weeks. Islamic State claimed […]

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