MOSUL, Iraq U.S.-backed Iraqi forces pushed deeper into western Mosul on Sunday, aiming to capture a bridge across the Tigris which would link the city’s government-held eastern bank with the ongoing offensive against remaining militants in the west.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has ruled out a return to Leicester to replace Claudio Ranieri.
LONDON Islamic State militants are planning “indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians” in Britain on a scale similar to those staged by the Irish Republican Army 40 years ago, the head of the country’s new terrorism watchdog said.
DUBAI Iran launched naval drills at the mouth of the Gulf and the Indian Ocean on Sunday, a naval commander said, as tensions with the United States escalated after U.S President Donald Trump put Tehran “on notice”.
World No 4 Milos Raonic overcame Juan Martin del Potro 6-3 7-6(6) on Saturday to set up a final against Jack Sock in the Delray Beach Open in Florida.
Peter Fleming insists “now is the time for Andy Murray to put a marker down and prove that his shock Australian Open exit was just a blip” ahead of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, Italian Minister for EU affairs Sandro Gozi and a number of senior German diplomats have backed the European Commission’s calls for the UK to come to an arrangement on the “divorce settlement” before any negotiations on the future of British relations with the EU could take place.
“Initial reports show so far about a dozen people are in critical condition,” New Orleans police said in a statement. A total of 21 victims have been promptly transported to nearby hospitals, while another seven people who suffered minor injuries declined hospitalization.
Perez got votes of 235 out of 435 members of the Democratic National Committee conference in Atlanta. He emerged as frontrunner in the first round but fell one vote short of an overall majority, forcing the contest to go into a second round.