A British court has ruled that a mother, who was arrested at an airport while making an unsuccessful attempt to fly her family to Turkey to eventually reach Syria to allegedly help her children join the Islamic State terror group, can have the custody of the kids.
"I am left suspicious of what the mother was really up to but I am unable to conclude that the local authority has proved any part of its case." Liverpool High Court judge Sir James Munby said, according to Liverpool Echo.
The mother, her four children, their grandmother and an uncle were detained at a U.K. airport in March as they were getting on a plane to Istanbul with 13 torches, three power packs, five mobile phones, emergency blankets and tools in their luggage. Council social workers took the kids into care, suspecting their mother's intention. more >>
Right after Christmas Day, the English Premier League pits the best teams in the country against each other and for Game Week 18, Manchester United travel to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke City.
The match is on December 26, 2015 at 7:45 AM ET.
At the moment, the standings show that United are just out of the top four spots as they are fifth with 29 points after 17 games. They are level on points with Tottenham Hotspur who are fourth in the league, but the Red Devils are behind on goal difference. more >>
Hoping that they get better luck after Christmas Day, English Premier League defending champions Chelsea host Watford at Stamford Bridge in Week 18 of their domestic campaign.
The match is on December 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM ET.
In this intriguing season so far, the two teams are not where they initially expected to be as Watford is currently in the top half of the table, while Chelsea are busy trying to battle off the relegation zone despite still being regarded as one of the better teams in the league. more >>
Arsenal are trying to retain their spot near the top of the English Premier League table as they travel to the St. Mary's Stadium to face Southampton in the league.
The match is on December 26, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
It's a battle between two teams going through different runs at the moment as they find themselves on opposite halves of the table. more >>
Ever since news surfaced that Michael Schumacher met an accident while on a skiing venture, numerous reports have claimed that they have knowledge of how the famous F1 racer is faring.
Just recently a German news outlet, Bunte, reported that the retired racer is now "very thin" and is somehow "able to walk." The outlet claimed that the information it was able to obtain came from a source who happens to know of the former racer's condition.
The report further explained that the 46-year-old is now able to raise his arm, meaning he can respond to some instructions from his therapist. more >>
It's been almost two years already when Formula One great Michael Schumacher suffered a life-threatening accident while skiing in the Alps. Since then, the serious head injuries have taken the normalcy of the German's retirement. His condition has been so unfortunate that news providing an update of his life after the accident is nothing but sadness.
Now here comes a German-published magazine called Bunte, who earlier this week released an article claiming that the seven-time world champion is walking again, adding that Schumacher, though very thin, is already making strides with minimal help from a therapist.
It certainly is a miracle — positive news that would cheer up millions of Schumacher fans. But the sad thing is it's not true. more >>