Paper talk; What's making the news in the nationals.DAILY Mirror
A suspected suicide bomber Noun 1. suicide bomber - a terrorist who blows himself up in order to kill or injure other people
act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political was being held last night after an explosion in a cafe packed with mums and young children.
Pop superstar Madonna opened her heart about her 'painful' adoption struggle yesterday - and compared it with natural childbirth natural childbirth: see birth.
Any of the systems (e.g., the Lamaze method) of managing birth without drugs or surgery. All begin with classes to teach pregnant women about the birth process, including when to push and what .
Britain is in the grip of an economic crisis, a senior minister admitted last night as oil prices hit a record high.
Shops and supermarkets could face new legal curbs on the sale of cut-price alcohol in an attempt to control rising levels of under-age and binge drinking binge drinking An early phase of chronic alcoholism, characterized by episodic 'flirtation' with the bottle by binges of drinking to the point of stupor, followed by periods of abstinence; BD is accompanied by alcoholic ketoacidosis–accelerated lipolysis and .
The Daily Telegraph Ford has warned it no longer expects to return to profit next year and said it would slash production of "gas-guzzling" trucks and SUVs.
The Iranian government has proposed the creation of an international consortium to enrich uranium on its own soil as a way of defusing the tense standoff over its nuclear programme.
Kew Gardens Kew Gardens (ky), Kew, Surrey, S England, on the Thames just W of London; Royal Botanic Gardens is the official name. has unveiled a multimillion pound walkway which allows visitors to stroll through the treetops of some of the garden's oldest and most spectacular trees.
Labour is more dependent on trade union funding than it has been for years after personal donations to the party in the first three months of this year collapsed to less than one tenth of their level for the same period of 2007.
Sir Alex Ferguson last night dismissed rumours he could call it quits by revealing he is already looking for his next football fix.
Footballer Paul Gascoigne tried to cash a pounds 10,000 cheque to buy a loaf of bread because he was "starving hungry".