KITAKYUSHU, Japan (Reuters) - International Energy Agency (IEA) chief Fatih Birol said on Sunday that oil prices may have bottomed out, providing that the health of the global economy does not pose a concern.
Retracing the journey that turned Sven-Goran Eriksson’s Championship strugglers into Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League title contenders – the stars, the storms and #OstrichgateThe mood is mixed. Leicester finish 10th in the Championship with a chaotic but upbeat 4-2 home win over Ipswich. Sven-Goran Eriksson – hired expensively in October by the club’s Thai-based 80% owners to clean up after Paulo Sousa’s nine-game reign – reflects on his lot.
Long known as the ninth planet, Pluto was downgraded in 2006, sparking a scientific spat that raises basic questions about how we understand the universeImagine that you have nurtured an ambition for 25 years to head up an expedition to the last unexplored planet in the solar system. You’ve worked your way up and through countless other suborbital, orbital and planetary missions.
His fizzing personality made him popular on screen – but it’s as a sharp-suited fixer in The Good Wife that Alan Cumming found global fameIf you were dropped into the middle of a conversation with Alan Cumming, this is how it might flow: “You know Geraldine James? Every time we see her… what’s that movie she’s in?
Militants suspected of killing three soldiers and one police officer in separate attacks on troops and police headquartersThree soldiers and one police officer have been killed in Turkey’s south-east in suspected attacks by Kurdish militants. The soldiers were targeted in a rocket attack on Sunday morning in the southeastern town of Nusaybin, the Turkish army said in a statement.
Economists had expected stronger growth in the manufacturing sector after recent stimulus measures by the Beijing regimeChina’s manufacturing sector expanded less than expected in April, raising doubts about the sustainability of a recent pick-up in the world’s second-largest economy. The official purchasing managers’ index (PMI) was 50.1 in April, easing from March’s 50.2 and barely above the 50-point mark that separates expansion in activity from contraction.