Questions Over 7/7 Bomber’s Israel Trip

Khan was in Israel weeks before two UK men bombed a Tel Aviv bar but potential links between them were not properly investigated.

Workers’ Fears Of Taking Brunt Of Welfare Cuts

Hardworking families who are dependent on benefits because of their low incomes are likely to be hit the hardest by welfare cuts.

U.S. captain Lloyd hits final hat-trick in 16 minutes

VANCOUVER,(Reuters) – United States captain Carli Lloyd struck a sensational hat-trick inside the opening 16 minutes of the Women’s World Cup final, including a goal from the half-way line, as her team took a shock 4-0 lead against Japan on Sunday.








‘Selfless’ Grandad Died Trying To Save Swimmers

Tributes pour in for Richard Guest, 74, who was walking his dog on the beach with his wife when two girls got into difficulties.

Danny Lee wins Greenbrier Classic for first PGA Tour win

(Reuters) – Former teenage prodigy Danny Lee parred the second extra hole to win a four-way playoff at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Sunday.








FIFA corruption clouds lift for Women’s World Cup final

VANCOUVER (Reuters) – A Women’s World Cup that began under the cloud of a FIFA corruption scandal is set for a dazzling finish when holders Japan face the United States in an intriguing final on Sunday.








Four-way playoff at Greenbrier Classic

(Reuters) – Americans and Robert Streb, Canadian David Hearn and Kiwi Danny Lee are in a sudden-death playoff at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.








Monday’s National Newspaper Front Pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Monday’s national newspapers.

Beijing looks fair bet for 2022 Winter Games, despite lack of enthusiasm

BEIJING (Reuters) – Poorly attended news conferences, a meagre global social media footprint and lack of much obvious enthusiasm on the ground; Beijing looks like an improbable front-runner to win the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.








Germany: Greeks Have ‘Torn Down Last Bridges’

Deputy chancellor Sigmar Gabriel sounds an ominous note as Greeks appeared to have convincingly voted No in their EU referendum.

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