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16 killed in stampede for government jobs

The News Matrix: Monday 4 February 2013

French hit Islamist camps from the air

Surgeons work to rebuild Malala's skull

Malala Yousufzai, the schoolgirl who was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan, has undergone successful surgery, doctors have said.

Roberton Mancini looks frustrated as Aguero's is not enough to restore self-belief on doubting champions

James Lawton: Sergio Aguero's flash of genius against Liverpool is not enough to restore self-belief of doubting champions Manchester City

Liverpool’s progress had been overtaken by the chilling reality of City’s plight

He was the most reviled and misunderstood monarch in English history, but one of the last remaining mysteries of Richard III could soon be resolved with the help of modern science and a fragment of DNA

Is the body in the car park really Richard III? At last, the answer

...and it could prove that he really didn’t commit the greatest crime in royal history

The News Matrix: Tuesday 29 January 2013

Sharon shows signs of brain activity

Italian fashion house Fendi announced it would finance a renovation of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, becoming the latest luxury group to fund repairs on a priceless heritage

Trevi fountain in Rome gets a Fendi makeover

The Fendi fashion house has announced that it is financing the €2.18m (£1.88m) restoration of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, the latest fashion company to come to the aid of Italy’s chronically underfunded cultural heritage.

SPL clubs offer 'unanimous backing' to plan to revamp league structure

12 clubs have reached a consensus

One Monkey Don't Stop No Show, Tricycle Theatre, London

They don't make 'em like this any more - well, not quite. Written in 1982 by African-American dramatist Don Evans, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show whisks us back to the 1970s and takes a mischievously comic look at the then prevailing attitudes to ethnicity, class and sexual politics.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni pictured training

India level series against England

Report from the second one-day international in Kochi

Slump for annuity rates deals blow to pension pots

Annuity payouts slumped by 11.5 per cent last year, their biggest fall since 1998. Rates have now fallen in 15 of the past 18 years and the average annual annuity income is less than half what it was in 1994, according to Moneyfacts.

Falling annuities deliver another blow to retirees

Annuity payouts slumped by 11.5 per cent last year, their biggest fall since 1998. Rates have now fallen in 15 out of the past 18 years and the average annual annuity income is less than half what it was in 1994, according to Moneyfacts.

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Rangers could quit Scottish football says chief executive Charles Green

League reconstruction plans are being considered

New Pearson chief pulls out of Mid-East bid

The new boss of Pearson has overturned his predecessor's push to buy a prestigious Middle East-focused data and news service as he puts his stamp on the Financial Times owner.

British holidaymaker Stephen Ashton pictured in Thailand in December

Man in court over shooting of British holidaymaker Stephen Ashton in Thailand

A Thai man accused of shooting dead a British holidaymaker during a New Year’s Eve party in Thailand appeared in court today.

The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in the Queens neighborhood of Rockaway Park

Second blow for Hurricane Sandy's victims as Congress abandons recovery Bill

The fiscal cliff deal might have protected the American economy from another blow, but the last-minute agreement has left storm-hit communities in the north-east without billions of dollars in promised aid after  special measures put together following Hurricane Sandy were shelved by Congress.

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