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January 22, 2018 1:46 PM Facebook sets sights on Premier League streaming as it hires Eurosport veteran to drive deals

Facebook has hired the former chief executive of Eurosport in another effort to bring live sport to the social media platform. According to the Guardian, Peter Hutton has signed to push through mega-money contracts to exclusively secure coverage for Facebook. Hutton will leave Eurosport once the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea finishes (25 February) 6

January 22, 2018 11:15 AM PORN HACK: 20,000 accounts COMPROMISED in latest data breach for a popular VR porn game

Users of virtual reality porn have had their habits revealed and leaked by hackers with an 'ethical' motivation. Porn viewers on the SinVR system have had their names, email addresses and download habits leaked, cybersecurity company Digital Interruption has revealed. SinVR is a VR porn game that allows users to take an avatar into a fully 3D world and interact 7

January 22, 2018 4:01 AM Final push to raise money to save young girl's leg

A FUNDRAISING campaign to pay for specialist treatment to save a little girl’s leg from being amputated has reached two thirds of the target. Six-year-old Kyra Warrell needs £58,000 to pay for treatment in Israel next month – supporters have so far raised £40,000. Kyra, a pupil at Westdene Primary School in Brighton, may have to have her left leg amputated 11

January 22, 2018 1:29 AM World War 3: India 'EVACUATES 36,000 PEOPLE' from Pakistan border to escape heavy shelling

INDIA has evacuated “over 36,000” people from its border with Pakistan to escape heavy shelling that has devastated buildings and killed cattle as tensions soar between the two nations, it has emerged. Sub Divisional Police Officer, Surinder Choduhary, explained that the town of Arnia had been evacuated as part of a desperate effort to save residents 11

January 21, 2018 11:30 PM Innocent smoothies founder slams Wetherspoons boss over Brexit saying the pub chain chief has sold out UK economy for 'cheap Chardonnay'

The founder of Innocent smoothies has slammed the Wetherspoons boss for backing Brexit - complaining the pub chain chief has sold out the economy for 'cheap chardonnay'. Richard Reed said Tim Martin, chairman of the pubs chain, has helped to 'junk' the UK economy by throwing his weight behind the vote to Leave. But Mr Martin dismissed the comments by Mr Reed - who sold his ethical 11

January 21, 2018 6:23 PM AFN to broadcast NFL's championship games despite shutdown

WASHINGTON (AP) - The American Forces Network will broadcast the NFL's conference championship games on Sunday despite the federal government shutdown. There was some question about access to the games for the U.S. military after the AFN put a message on its Facebook page on Saturday that its services would not be available because of the shutdown. The network 3

January 20, 2018 9:59 PM Masters 2018: Mark Allen beats John Higgins 6-3 to join Kyren Wilson in final

Northern Ireland's Mark Allen ensured there will be a first-time winner of the Masters this year by beating John Higgins 6-3 to reach the final. Allen produced breaks of 63 and 90 to go 3-1 ahead, before the two-time champion made 131 to take the fifth. Allen moved 5-2 up and, though Higgins made another ton, the world number eight clinched victory in the ninth 9

January 20, 2018 4:05 AM Your chance to reach for the stars at Sea Life Brighton

IF YOU’RE very lucky, you may one day catch a glimpse of a starfish in its natural environment. But let’s be realistic, chances of seeing this five-armed creature while taking a swim in the Channel are few and far between. Fear no more. If you want to get up close and personal with an echinoderm, Sea Life is the place to be. The new installation will feature 5

January 20, 2018 1:41 AM Newsnight: Journalist REFUSES to give Donald Trump full credit for BOOMING US economy

DONALD Trump cannot take much credit for the US’ booming economy despite it being one year since he became the country’s President, a former New York Times chief editor has claimed. Jill Abramson, who was the New York Times executive editor from September 2011 to 2014, made the remarks while speaking on BBC Newsnight. She also criticised the Mr Trump’s 10

January 20, 2018 1:34 AM More than life, death and pies: Fight to save Hartlepool United

Hartlepool United is on the brink of administration and the difficulties the club is facing are keenly felt in the town. After a troubled few years Hartlepool United is on the brink of administration with debts of £1.8m and immediate bills of £200,000. Fans of the North East club organised a sell-out for the Saturday home game against Wrexham alongside 3