The Telegraph
Tuesday , April 8 , 2014
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Jet search has ‘most promising lead so far’

An Australian naval ship searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the Indian Ocean has detected a series of underwater signals in the last two days “consistent with” those of a plane’s data and cockpit voice recorders, possibly from the missing jet, the lead coordinato...   | Read..

What Apple can do with $150bn

Big technology companies have a problem anyone would love to have: They are sitting on vast amounts of cash....   | Read..

Hagel tours China aircraft carrier

Defence secretary Chuck Hagel finally got a long-awaited look at China’s only aircraft carrier today, taking a two-hour tour of the vessel at a naval base near this...   | Read..

Hollywood great Rooney dead

Actor Mickey Rooney, who became the US’s biggest movie star while still a brash teenager in the 1930s and later a versatile character actor in a career that spanned 10 ...   | Read..

Geldof’s daughter Peaches dies at 25

Peaches Geldof, daughter of Band Aid founder and musician Bob Geldof and a media and fashion personality in her own right, has died at her home in Kent, southern England, age...   | Read..

Indian doctor drowns during Spain rescue

An Indian woman doctor and one of her relatives drowned yesterday while trying to rescue two children off the coast of the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife in the Canar...   | Read..
An employee of the antique dealer, Wartski, holds a Faberge Imperial Easter Egg and reveals a clock inside it during a photocall in London on ...  | Read
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Unrest fears

President Vladimir Putin told his security chiefs today to ensure Russia does not follow what he sa...   | Read..

Pro-Russia activists to Putin: send troops

Several hundred pro-Russian demonstrators who have seized government buildings in the city of D...   | Read..