Latoya Ammons, who is a mother of three, told authorities that demonic spirits caused her 9-year-old son to walk backwards on a hospital ceiling
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Wednesday 04 April 2012
In Britain, journalism's reputation is at an all-time low. Elsewhere, it is easier to see its potential as a force for good. Simon Kelner reports from Tanzania on a project that has visibly improved the quality of local life
Tuesday 13 March 2012
Ian Thorpe's hopes of competing at a third Olympic Games are on the line this week at Australia's national swimming trials in Adelaide, where a number of local rivals are aiming to crush the five-times gold medallist's London dreams.
Tuesday 06 March 2012
A man has died while trying to set a record for the longest time spent buried alive.
Thursday 01 March 2012
A hard-up vicar, a care home and a choir are among the recipients of €190,000 benefactor
Friday 17 February 2012
First holiday memory?
Friday 03 February 2012
In retrospect, it was unlikely that Hans Fallada (1893-1947) would ever make it to the age of 53; as his biographer Jenny Williams notes, "he lived more lives than one, clawing his way back each time... until his body was no longer able". Yet a botched suicide, numerous incarcerations and breakdowns later, Fallada sobered up enough to write the first of his many bestsellers, A Small Circus, published in Germany in 1931 as Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben, or "Peasants, Bigwigs and Bombs".
Monday 16 January 2012
Sarah Griffiths chosen to push a button and bring down Norfolk's 150ft Campbell's Tower
Friday 06 January 2012
They call him El Genio de Facebook, and they are overjoyed at the news that a man as rich, famous and influential as Mark Zuckerberg has foregone more fashionable destinations to enjoy the golden sands of their country's Atlantic coast.
Friday 06 January 2012
They call him "El Genio de Facebook" and they are overjoyed that a man as rich, famous and influential as Mark Zuckerberg has foregone trendier destinations to enjoy the golden sands of their country's Atlantic coast.
Wednesday 19 October 2011
Outlook A dinosaur decision from the Office of Fair Trading, which has just scuppered the sale of Northcliffe Media's Kent newspapers to a rival family-run publisher called KM Group. The OFT referred the deal to the Competition Commission, prompting Northcliffe, owned by Daily Mail & General Trust, to withdraw its acquisition.
Sunday 04 September 2011
Friday 05 August 2011
Aidan Moffat is a name you might not expect to see featuring at the Edinburgh Art Festival. This year, however, the musician, formerly of Arab Strap, is one of several figures from outside the visual art world – including comedian Josie Long, poet Ross Sutherland and Shunt theatre makers Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari – who will be carrying out performances in the city's art galleries.
Friday 29 July 2011
Outlook Ashley Highfield's career took a turn for the disappointing after the end of Project Kangaroo, but he has bounced back.
Tuesday 26 July 2011
An inquiry has been launched after a confidential police file containing the personal details of a teenage rape victim was found in the street.
Thursday 16 June 2011
The Slutwalk business has had repercussions. Men and women have been squaring up to each other all over the place. At a literary salon on Saturday night, a young woman whom I'd never met before waved her cigarette at me and said: "Why do you wear all those rings? Are you gay or something?" to which I replied, "No, I just like personal adornment."
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