Time Warner reaps £51.5m dividend from IPC turnaround

IPC Media, the magazine giant behind Marie Claire, NME and Country Life, has shown why its US owner Time Warner has been keen to hang onto it as the British company paid a £51.5m dividend.

Jose Mourinho: ‘I hate my social life’

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has admitted that specialness comes at a price. Three European league-titles and two Champions League victories have had a "devastating impact on his personal life", reports CNN.

Two removed from Republican convention for tossing nuts at black camerawoman

Two people were ejected from the Republican National Convention for throwing nuts at an African-American camera operator for CNN and telling her: “This is how we feed animals,” the cable network said.

American grandma quits Cuba swim bid

Veteran long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad was plucked from the Florida Straits yesterday after giving up on her fourth and likely final attempt to make the 103-mile swim from Cuba to the United States.

Three die in Texas campus shooting

A gunman and a police officer were among three people killed today in a shooting near a Texas university campus, police said.

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But the most astonishing story will always remain the fact that Fabrice Muamba ‘died’ for 78 minutes – and lived to tell the tale.

Fabrice Muamba reveals involvement in impromptu football match shortly after heart attack

Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has revealed he took part in an impromptu game of football while on holiday in May, two months after collapsing during an FA Cup tie against Tottenham with a cardiac arrest.

'Piers Morgan Tonight' has faded badly

New low for Piers Morgan as show brings worst-ever ratings to prime CNN slot

Less than 18 months after stepping into Larry King's shoes at CNN, Piers Morgan's ratings have bombed to the lowest 9pm primetime levels the network has seen in the 21 years it has been collating audience data.

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart mocks Piers Morgan and CNN's coverage of Diamond Jubilee flotilla

There was no doubting Piers Morgan’s breathless enthusiasm for Sunday’s Diamond Jubilee flotilla. But the broadcaster’s hyperbolic commentary for CNN has been skewered by the US satirist Jon Stewart, whose ruthless lampoon on the Daily Show became an instant web hit.

Underwear bomber's plot was foiled by British agent

The undercover agent who foiled an an Al-Qa'ida plot to destroy an airliner by posing as a potential suicide bomber is British, it was reported in the US last night.

Dr Rice might offer appeal as a woman and an African-American but until now her name has hardly arisen

Republicans call for the return of Condi

Republican voters have given a thumbs-up to Condoleezza Rice as their preferred choice as running mate for Mitt Romney as he gears up to challenge Barack Obama.

The burning fuselage of an F/A-18 Hornet lies smoldering after crashing into a residential building in Virginia Beach

US Navy fighter crashes into beach apartment building

Emergency workers were searching for the occupants of six homes last night after a US Navy jet crashed into a group of apartment buildings.

Tiger Woods in action in Florida last week where he eased to victory

'Big Miss' set to dominate Tiger's Masters build-up

Montgomerie blames Woods' management for not blocking publication of Haney's book

Suha Arafat has lived in Paris with her daughter since her husband's death in 2004

Arafat's widow considers role in politics to 'continue legacy'

Suha Arafat says Palestinians miss the democratic rule implemented by her husband

The Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin, whose reports were always notable for their local knowledge

Marie Colvin: Award-winning foreign correspondent hailed for her courage and compassion

At a ceremony at St Bride's Church in Fleet Street in 2010, in honour of reporters killed in war zones, Marie Colvin, the long-serving Sunday Times foreign correspondent, delivered a moving address. "We can and do make a difference in exposing the horrors of war and especially the atrocities that befall civilians," she said, but added: "We always have to ask ourselves whether the level of risk is worth the story. What is bravery and what is bravado?"

Iranian Revolutionary Guards parade in Tehran. The Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the West’s threats of war would not ‘divert Iran from its nuclear course’

Robert Fisk: An attack on Tehran would be madness. So don't rule it out

After invading Iraq over weapons of mass destruction, we plan to clap as Israel bombs Iran

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