/ August 26, 2016 11:22:00 Friday
- A US plane travelling from Seattle to Dallas turns back after failing to unload the donated organ
- Its the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to whats been going on in the world during the past seven days?
- Pakistan is in the process of creating its first ever international female blind cricket team
- The PM says the withdrawal deal can be passed but MPs must be assured the backstop is not a trap
- Chelsea say fans who sang an anti-Semitic chant in the Europa League game with MOL Vidi have shamed the club
- Laurent Koscielny plays for the first time since May as Arsenal complete the Europa League group stage with an easy win over Qarabag
- Anthony Joshua says hes willing to fight WBC champion Deontay Wilder in April and told the American Im running the game
- Key stories driving price action this week focus on GBP options insight showing highest uncertainty since the Brexit vote, the chilling development in US yield spreads at 2yr highs, and a shock move at the Reserve Bank of India.
- French police have neutralised a gunman who attacked a Strasbourg Christmas market - reports quoting police sources
- New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen will step down after eight years in charge following the 2019 World Cup in Japan
- The Federal Reserve highlighted a list of areas for concern in the economy, but one specific characteristic of the US corporate sector was their headline risk.
- Around the world, the shower will peak during 13 or 14 December, with up to 120 meteors per hour
- The group is suspected of attempting to steal copper before becoming trapped in a West Virginia mine
- The US national security adviser says they are using underhand methods to expand their influence
- The December range remain intact with a multi-month consolidation-break looming. These are the targets & invalidation levels that matter on the EUR/USD charts post-ECB.
- Women reported irritation and injury after some tampons came apart inside their bodies
- From basking in a golden glow to being pilloried for operating in ethically grey areas - maybe it is a natural time for Team Sky to end, writes Tom Fordyce
- Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn is to step down at the end of the 2018-19 season
- The company says it expects to become Austins biggest private employer
- The Supreme Court says the presidents actions were unconstitutional, deepening the islands political crisis
- Fears that France, as well as Italy, will break the EU budget rules will likely dent confidence in the Euro and potentially lead to further losses for EURUSD in the weeks ahead.
- A major road in the south-west is temporarily closed after reports of banknotes blowing into traffic
- The latest deaths come after a newborn baby died following an attack which wounded seven Israelis
- After chaos in parliament, demonstrators rallied against a large increase in overtime work
- Newspapers on the continent say the UK PMs survival of a no-confidence vote has changed little
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