Wednesday Martin Haberleri
‘Aldatmaca’da, New York’lu yazar Wednesday Martin, aldatan kadının ‘karanlık imajına’ ışık tutuyor. Martin, kadın libidosunu yüzyıllar boyunca, sistematik biçimde tu kakalayan erkin, bunu dişil enerjiyi bastırmak için yaptığını, kadınların ve erkeklerin de bu kasti yalana gönüllü kandığını anlatıyor.
Futbol tarihine damga vuran unutulmaz anlar çocuklar tarafından yeniden canlandırıldı. Fotoğraf sanatçısı George Logan’ın bireysel düşüncesiyle hayata geçirilen ve Bad Boys FC adı verilen takımın genç isimleri Maradona’dan Cantona’ya kadar pekçok efsanenin bugün hafızalarda yer eden unutulmaz pozisyonlarını günümüze uyarladı. Bu ilginç proje başta İngiltere olmak üzere tüm dünyada büyük yankı uyandırdı. İşte o isimler;
Yaptığı flaş transferlerle dikkatleri üzerine çeken İngiltere Premier Lig ekibi Manchester City, dün akşam sona eren ilk transfer döneminde de rakiplerini geride bırakmayı başardı.
BELGRADE - Many tennis fans expect a memorable Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Andy Murray, but two stars still have a long way to go. Federer takes on Karlovic, while Murray, who wants to end Britain’s long drought in the tournament, meets Ferrero today.
LOS ANGELES - Kobe Bryant had 22 points and eight assists and Lamar Odom scored 19 points as the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Denver Nuggets 103-94 on Wednesday in game five of their semi-final series.
CANNES, France - Cult US director Quentin Tarantino danced his way up the red carpet Wednesday as he sent a squad of Nazi-killing 'Inglourious Basterds' into Cannes on a mission to capture the film festival's top prize.
LOS ANGELES - Kobe Bryant scored 40 points to lift the Los Angeles Lakers to a 105-103 victory over Denver on Tuesday in game one of the National Basketball Association Western Conference finals.
AMSTERDAM - Industrial production in the eurozone, which includes the world’s locomotive economies such as Germany and France, contracts 18.4 percent in February, the biggest decline since at least 1986. March inflation, meanwhile, slows to 0.6 percent, in another record decline. As global demand diminishes, export-driven economies increasingly feel the pain
LONDON - Members of the British band Spandau Ballet are set to become the latest aging stars to hit the comeback circuit, two decades after their bitter split, their singer said in comments published Monday.
PARIS - Jean Paul Gaultier's couture show on Wednesday at the Paris Fashion week was a reminder of the 1980s as the top models of that time were his top models like icon Ines de la Fressange, and French singer Helena Noguerra.
BUENOS AIRES - Boca Juniors earned its 23rd Argentine title by winning a three-team playoff on goal differential despite a 1-0 loss to Tigre on Tuesday.
LONDON - Four of the UEFA Cup groups will be wrapped up with eight games played tonight. Even though some teams have their tickets for the round of last 32 reserved, there is still much at stake for the teams fighting for the top spots, in order to avoid better teams in the next round.
STOCKHOLM - Researchers who discovered the AIDS virus and glowing proteins, an outspoken U.S. economist and a globe-trotting French writer have received their Nobel Prizes.
Somali pirates have collected more than $150 million in ransoms over the past year, Kenya’s foreign affairs minister said Friday, calling on ship owners not pay when their vessels are hijacked.
NEWYORK - As equities tumble, credit markets halt to a standstill, reflecting the erosion of confidence in market players. The average yield on high-yield, high-risk debt rises beyond 20 percent for the first time in two decades. USstocks fall to a new low, as the broader Standard&Poor’s 500 Index plunged 6.1 percent Wednesday. Investors are seeking safety in US Treasury bonds
Several thousand supporters of President-elect Democrat Barack Obama celebrated the historic election win in U.S. cities early on Wednesday. (UPDATE)
Asian share markets rallied and the euro surged on Thursday on tentative signs that investors are rediscovering an appetite for risk in response to global efforts to prevent the financial crisis from leading to a deep recession.
The Pentagon has proposed the sale of an advanced U.S. missile defense system valued at up to $7 billion to the United Arab Emirates, the Pentagon said in a statement released on Wednesday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 10, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
BC-EU-SPT-TEN--French Open Results, 5th Ld-Writethru< 222 lons par eurs intsw* French Open Results* Eds: CORRECTS writethru sequencePARIS (AP) - Results Wednesday from the 13.5 million (US$17 million) French Open, played on clay at Stade Roland Garros (seedings in parentheses):