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FA Cup: City to host Chelsea

FA Cup: City to host Chelsea

Manchester City will play Chelsea and Arsenal will host Liverpool in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Manuel Pellegrini’s City, winners in 2011 and runners-up to Wigan last year, beat Watford in the fourth round on Saturday, while Chelsea booked their passage with a 1-0 victory over Stoke on Sunday, Oscar’s first-half free-kick proving [&hellip

Mourinho reveals Mata regrets

Mourinho reveals Mata regrets

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted he regrets not being able to make Juan Mata a better player on his return to Stamford Bridge. The Spain international completed a £37.1m move to Manchester United on Saturday after failing to secure a regular place in the Chelsea side under Mourinho, despite being named the club’s player [&hellip

Militants set conditions for Homs deal

Militants set conditions for Homs deal

Foreign-sponsored militants in Syria have set conditions for the implementation of a new deal reached at the Geneva 2 conference, under which the government has agreed to let women and children leave besieged districts of the city of Homs. The Syrian government and the foreign-backed opposition reached the agreement on Sunday. Lakhdar Brahimi, the UN [&hellip

Ukraine Justice Ministry seized

Ukraine Justice Ministry seized

A number of anti-government protesters have seized Ukraine’s Justice Ministry, erecting barricades outside the building with rubbish containers. On Sunday, the protesters commandeered the building in the capital Kiev and appeared to encounter no resistance, AFP reported. Tensions remain high in Kiev as talks between the opposition and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych have stalled. On [&hellip

World’s most accurate clock unveiled

World’s most accurate clock unveiled

The most precise experimental atomic clock has been developed in the United States that neither loses nor gains a second in five billion years.  The newly created experimental strontium clock has set new world records for both precision and stability, the researchers claim. The finding was achieved by a team of researchers from the National [&hellip

Germany after greater role in Africa

Germany after greater role in Africa

Germany’s new defense minister has said that her country should broaden its military engagement in Africa by boosting the training mission in Mali and backing the French intervention in the Central African Republic (CAR). Ursula von der Leyen said on Sunday that she is seeking to increase the number of military trainers in Mali from 180 [&hellip

21 Indians die in boat accident

21 Indians die in boat accident

At least 21 people have lost their lives in a tourist boat accident off India’s remote Andaman and Nicobar islands. The boat, which was carrying over 40 Indian tourists, capsized and sank about 300 feet (100 yards) from the shore of Port Blair, the capital of the islands, on Sunday, official said. Reports say more [&hellip

1000s hold anti-Hollande demo in Paris

1000s hold anti-Hollande demo in Paris

Thousands of protesters in France have marched through the capital Paris against the country’s President Francois Hollande. On Sunday, the protesters took to the streets of the city and staged a rally named ‘A Day of Rage’ in order to show their anger at Hollande’s presidency. According to reports, French security forces fired teargas to [&hellip

Tunisia approves new constitution

Tunisia approves new constitution

Tunisian National Constituent Assembly has approved the country’s new constitution with an overwhelming majority, shortly after premier-designate named a new caretaker cabinet. The assembly approved the constitution on Sunday with 200 votes in favor, 12 against and four abstentions. “This constitution was the dream of Tunisians, this constitution is proof of the revival of the [&hellip

US bracing for fresh debt battle

US bracing for fresh debt battle

While the new year began without those familiar cliffhanger budget negotiations, White House officials and Republican congressional leaders staked out dramatically different positions Sunday on raising the debt ceiling as early as next month. That signals a potentially difficult standoff as the first order of business after President Obama delivers his State of the Union [&hellip