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Monday, 19 January 2015

congratulation drama Boyhood has added to its haul of film awards by winning the top prize from the London Critics' Circle.

It was named film of the year, while Richard Linklater won best director and Patricia Arquette best supporting actress.
Linklater, who shot it over 12 years, said: "It's been called an experiment, but it was a leap of faith."
The awards took place at The May Fair Hotel on Sunday night.
The other big success story of the night was Scottish-set sci-fi shocker Under the Skin.
Director Jonathan Glazer collected the award for British film of year and composer Mica Levi accepted the technical achievement award for her creepy score.
Shot around Glasgow, the film stars Scarlett Johansson as a beautiful alien who seduces random humans to harvest their bodies. It is also nominated for best British film at the Baftas next month.
Actress Miranda Richardson picked up a lifetime achievement accolade, the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, which was presented by Hunger Games star Stanley Tucci.

we are free from ebola !! mali health minister says the country is now free of the Ebola virus, after 42 days without a new case of the disease.

"I declare this day... the end of the epidemic of the Ebola virus in Mali," said Ousmane Kone.
The last Ebola-infected patient in Mali recovered and left hospital in early December.
Latest figures show the three West African countries worst affected have all seen a decline in new Ebola cases.
Sierra Leone and Guinea both recorded the lowest weekly total of confirmed Ebola cases since August, according to UN figures on Thursday.
Liberia, which reported no new cases on two days last week, had its lowest weekly total since June.
The overall death toll has reached 8,429 with 21,296 cases so far.
Mali recorded its first case of Ebola in October, when a two-year-old from Guinea fell ill and died.
At its worst, there were 300 contact cases under investigation in the country.
But the country has now "come out" of the epidemic, said Ibrahima Soce Fall, the head of the Malian office of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UMEER).
The incubation period for Ebola is 21 days, and countries must be free of new cases for two consecutive incubation periods, 42 days, to be declared free of the virus.
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yes!!! am back, Rafael Nadal returned to Grand Slam action with a comprehensive win over Russia's Mikhail Youzhny.

The Spaniard, 28, won 6-3 6-2 6-2 in his first match at a Grand Slam since Wimbledon following injury and illness.
Second seed Roger Federer outclassed Yen-Hsun Lu 6-4 6-2 7-5 while sixth seed Andy Murray beat India's Yuki Bhambri 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-3).
Women's fifth seed Ana Ivanovic suffered a shock 1-6 6-3 6-2 defeat by Czech qualifier Lucie Hradecka.
The Serb was one of eight seeds to lose but second seed Maria Sharapova, third seed Simona Halep and sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard all advanced in straight sets.

Nadal happy with Slam return

Nadal, who is a 14-time Grand Slam winner, had only played eight matches since a shock defeat by Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon last year.
Before the tournament, he played down his chances of winning a second Australian Open title but showed glimpses of his best against world number 49 Youzhny.
"I was a little bit under doubt before, but I think I played without making too many mistakes and the only way to get better is to win more matches so it will probably help me," said Nadal.
"In general I was working well, returning well and I just need to build a little bit, such as being more dynamic with the movements sometimes. But for the rest I am more or less happy.
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the company that owns The company that owns Birmingham City FC said it believed a former employee may have "misappropriated" £2.5m.

Birmingham City FC fears former employee has misappropriated £2.5m

Birmingham International Holdings said on Monday afternoon that it had reported the matter to the Hong Kong police, who were investigating.
The company said in a statement that the loss "may have a material impact on the operation and financial situation of the group".
It was also concerned that the matter was apparently missed by auditors.
Shares in the Hong Kong-based company were suspended six weeks ago and will not resume trading until further notice.
Hong Kong-based Birmingham International Holdings said it would consider setting up an investigation committee to examine the suspected misappropriation and determine how to improve its internal controls.
The Championship club stand at 11th on the table and narrowly avoided relegation last season, staying up on goal difference only.
The 2011 League Cup winners were relegated from the Premier League the same year.
'Shadow director'
The former owner of Birmingham City, Carson Yeung, was convicted of money laundering in his native Hong Kong in March and jailed for six years.
He resigned in February 2014 as president of Birmingham City FC, director of Birmingham City plc and director and chairman of Birmingham International Holdings.
Yeung, who has lodged an appeal against his conviction, remains the club's major shareholder.
Last week, it emerged that Yeung had requested to remove three directors of Birmingham International Holdings and replace them with three of his own nominations.
The company has asked the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to investigate Yeung's request.
Supporters of Birmingham City have called on the Football League to investigate concerns that the former owner was acting as a "shadow director".
A Football League spokesman said it had been in "ongoing dialogue with the club in recent months".
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hello have you heard that The EU's foreign policy chief has called for a broad alliance to tackle terror, including with Muslim nations, at a summit of EU foreign ministers

Federica Mogherini said there had to be more co-operation both with Muslim countries and internally within the EU.
The Brussels summit follows gun attacks in Paris that killed 17 people and anti-terrorism raids in Belgium.
Two of the Paris gunmen said they were "avenging" French cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
The first issue of Charlie Hebdo published after staff at the French magazine were massacred carried a new cartoon of the Prophet on its cover, sparking angry protests in parts of the Muslim world.
In Brussels, the foreign ministers were meeting ahead of a special leaders' summit on terrorism on 12 February.
Talks were expected to include discussions on the return of radicalised Europeans who have spent time fighting in Iraq and Syria.
Ms Mogherini said: "The threat is not only the one we faced in Paris, but is also spreading in many other parts of the world, starting from Muslim countries.
"We need to strengthen our way of co-operating together first of all with Arab countries and then internally. We need to share information more, we need to co-operate more."
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Sunday, 4 January 2015

real madrid's club record 22-match winning run was ended by Nicolas Otamendi's fine header as Valencia came from behind to secure a famous victory.

cristiano ronaldo penalty put Real in front, his 33rd goal of the season.
But Valencia made it 1-1 seven minutes into the second half through Antonio Barragan's deflected shot.
And Otamendi then powered the ball in from a corner to leave Madrid's place at the top of La Liga under threat with Barcelona playing Real Sociedad later.
It was Real's first defeat since they lost to city rivals and La Liga champions Atletico Madrid on 13 September.
They will concede top spot to Barcelona if the Catalans beat David Moyes's Sociedad on Sunday night.
The result lifted Valencia, beaten just once at home all season, into the Champions League place


have you heard,Two private planes owned by Elvis Presley - the Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II - are going up for auction.

the lisa marie , named after his daughter, was bought by Presley in 1975 and refurbished to include a master suite with full-size bed and conference room.
Neither plane is airworthy but have been on display at Graceland for more than 30 years for fans to tour.
They are being auctioned off by Julien's by sealed bids.
Presley bought the Convair 880 jet in 1975, two years before his death, and spent about $300,000, refitting it and renaming the Lisa Marie. It also features a bathroom with gold taps and a stereo system with 50 speakers


reowned america country music singer-songwriter Little Jimmy Dickens has died at the age of 94.

Country star Little Jimmy Dickens dies aged 94

his spokewoman Jessie Schmidt said Dickens died on Friday of cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke on Christmas Day.
His novelty songs, including May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose, earned him a spot in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1983.
He is also credited with introducing rhinestone suits to country music.
Dickens was the oldest member of the Grand Ole Opry, a weekly music concert broadcast live on US radio from Nashville, Tennessee.
He had performed almost continuously on the show since 1948, making his last performance on 20 December last year to celebrate his 94th birthday.

Pete Fisher, vice-president of the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, said the show "did not have a better friend than Little Jimmy Dickens".
"He was a one-of-a-kind entertainer and a great soul whose spirit will live on for years to come," he added.
Despite being just just 4ft 11in (1.5m) tall, Dickens said he had never been self-conscious about his height.
"It's been very good for me. I've made fun of it, and get a laugh here and there," he said in a 2009 interview.
Country star Brad Paisley, who performed with Dickens several times,said he had an "incredible and unique place in country music history".
"It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to my hero and friend today. I loved you Jimmy," he tweeted.

flight into kenya's main airport have been suspended after a passenger plane crash-landed on the runway in the capital Nairobi.

No deaths or injuries have been reported at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Sunday.
The Kenyan Airports Authority said the Fokker 50 turboprop plane carrying six people had touched down on its belly after the landing gear failed.
All flights into Nairobi are now being diverted to the port city of Mombasa.
The aircraft had been flying from the north-eastern town of Wajir when it made the emergency landing.
The Jomo Kenyatta airport is one of the busiest airports in east and central Africa, acting as an important transport hub for both passengers and goods across the continent.
It serves a daily average of 19,000 passengers from Africa, Europe and Asia, according to the Kenyan Airports Authority.
A huge fire caused by an electrical fault forced it to close for several days in August 2013.

unbelieveable hear this The militant group Boko Haram has seized a town and key multinational military base in north-eastern Nigeria, officials and eyewitnesses say.

a senator in borno state  A senator in Borno state said troops had abandoned the base in the town of Baga after it was attacked on Saturday.
Residents of Baga, who fled by boat to neighbouring Chad, said many people had been killed and the town set ablaze.
Baga, scene of a Nigerian army massacre in 2013, was the last town in the Borno North area under government control.
It hosted the base of the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF), made up of troops from Nigeria, Chad and Niger.
Set up in 1998 to fight trans-border crime in the Lake Chad region, the force more recently took on Boko Haram.
Boko Haram attacks towns and villages on an almost daily basis, abducting people including young boys and girls, BBC Africa analyst Mary Harper reports.
The military, which includes Western advisers and surveillance, seems incapable of dealing with the problem, she adds.

hundred of police officer have turn their back on the mayor of New York at the funeral of the second of two officers shot dead last month.

Wenjian Liu funeral: Police snub New York mayor again

weijian liu, a son of chines Wenjian Liu, a son of Chinese migrants, was killed with his partner Rafael Ramos on 20 December by a gunman with a grievance against the police.
Speakers lined up to pay tribute at the service in a Brooklyn funeral home.
In the street outside, hundreds turned their backs to a video screen when Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke.
Many rank-and-file members of the New York Police Department (NYPD) resent Mr de Blasio's expressions of sympathy for anti-police protesters in recent months.
Patrick Yoes, a national secretary with the 328,000-member Fraternal Order of Police, said before the new funeral: "Across this country, we seem to be under attack in the law enforcement profession, and the message to take away from this is: We are public servants. We are not public enemies."
But New York police commissioner Bill Bratton had urged officers to refrain from any further "act of disrespect", saying in a memo, "A hero's funeral is about grieving, not grievance."
'City heartbroken'
Mayor de Blasio told the funeral service: "All of our city is heartbroken today."
Liu, 32, had lost his life while fighting for "all that is decent and good", he said. He paid tribute to a "young man who came here from China at the age of 12 in search of the American dream".
Outside the funeral home, many uniformed officers could be seen turning their backs as the speech was relayed.

Friday, 2 January 2015

the deadly ebola outbreak will be ended in 2015, the outgoing head of the UN team fighting the disease has said.

anthony Banbury said the number of Ebola cases would be brought down to zero by the close of this year, but admitted that the end was "not close".
"We are engaged in an epic battle," he said.
The virus has killed nearly 8,000 people, mostly in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, where the disease started in December 2013.
Mr Banbury admitted his three month mission had failed to hit its target of 100% safe burials and treatment of 70% of infected people.
But he praised international efforts and insisted "the global response to the Ebola crisis has been extremely successful".
"Going forward it's going to be extremely hard for us to bring it down to zero [cases], but that is what we will do," he told reporters, adding: "I believe we will end Ebola in 2015."
Earlier this week, the World Health Organization said the number of people infected by the virus in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea had passed 20,000.
The WHO said more than a third of the 20,000 cases in West Africa were in Sierra Leone, which has become the worst-hit country.

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saudi arabi"s king King Abdullah is suffering from a lung infection and has been breathing with the aid of a tube, Saudi officials have said.

Saudi King Abdullah suffering from pneumonia 

The monarch; who is said to be aged aboute 90;was admitted to hospital on Wednesday for medical checks.
King Abdullah, who came to the throne in 2005, has suffered frequent bouts of ill health in recent years.
His age and condition has led to increasing focus on the issue of the Saudi royal succession.
Crown Prince Salman, who is in his late 70s, is next in line to succeed the king, though questions remain over who will follow.
The crown has passed between the sons of Saudi Arabia's founding father Ibn Saud, but few are still alive.
Last year, King Abdullah took the unprecedented step of appointing a deputy crown prince, his younger half-brother Prince Muqrin, to try to ensure a smooth succession.

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liverpool captain steven gerrad shock feloow team mate with his decision

team mate was shock after hearing of  decion from their captain Gerrard, 34, has been at Liverpool for 25 years, but will leave on a free transfer when his contract expires
Steven Gerrard: Liverpool players 'shocked' at captain leaving club
We've seen stuff in the newspapers on whether he will renew his contract but everyone thought it would be done," Henderson, 24, told Football Focus.
"But it was a big shock to see that he will be leaving. No one had a clue
Midfielder Gerrard has scored 180 goals in 695 games for the Reds and helped them win the Champions League, the Uefa Cup, two FA Cups, three League Cups, one Community Shield and two Uefa Super Cups.
However, he has not started all matches this season and began the vital Champions League tie away at Real Madrid in November on the substitutes' bench.
Gerrard, who won 114 caps with England, says he will not sign for another Premier League side, but has been linked with a move to Major League Soccer in the US.
Henderson said Liverpool will miss Gerrard's strengths on and off the field.
"It will be difficult because he is such a leader of our group, such a figurehead, and has been for many years," added Henderson. "We just have to try and deal with it the best we can."
Former Reds striker John Aldridge, who scored 63 goals in 104 games for the club, says Liverpool will not find a direct replacement.
"It's a day I have been dreading for a long time," Aldridge told BBC Sport. "He will be hanging up his boots for Liverpool. His boots are unfillable.
"I played against Stevie when I was Tranmere manager and he was 16 playing for Liverpool Reserves against Tranmere Reserves.
"You knew he would be a star. I've been watching Liverpool play for 50 years home and away and he's the best player I have seen for them.
"He is irreplaceable. It's not just on the field, but also in the dressing room where he gets the best out of the players around him."


more bodies have been recoverd  from java sea , five days after AirAsia flight QZ8501 crashed, bringing the total found so far to 30, Indonesian rescue officials say.

AirAsia QZ8501: Search teams find more bodies at sea

\search taem find more dead bodies The Airbus A320 disappeared with 162 people on board while flying from Surabaya in Indonesia to Singapore.
Operations to recover victims continue but no survivors have been found.
Specialist equipment has arrived to aid the search for the plane itself and its "black box" flight recorders.
However officials said it could not be used on Friday because of high waves, Reuters reported.
The plane is almost certainly at the bottom of the relatively shallow Java Sea.
The cause of the crash is not known yet.
'Strapped in seats'
Some 20 more bodies were found on Friday, as a massive search operation in the presumed crash area continued.
Some were reported to be still strapped into their seats.
The aircraft's fuselage has still not been located, and it is thought most of the passengers could be inside.
"Waves were between three and four metres today, making it difficult to load bodies onto ships and [move them] between ships," the head of Indonesia's search and rescue agency said.
Bambang Soelistyo told reporters in Jakarta that some vessels would search through the night. "Tonight we are sending tug boats which should make the [body] transfers easier."
He estimated the fuselage was at a depth of about 25-30m (80-100ft).
In a statement, AirAsia confirmed only that 22 bodies had been found, adding: "Our thoughts and prayers remain with the families and friends of our passengers and colleagues on board QZ8501."
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