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Rangers boss Neil Warnock believes that the incident is the reason behind Ferdinand's poor form.
The most fascinating people of 2011.
Carlo Ancelotti has urged former employers Chelsea not to target Andre Villas-Boas for the team's poor show.
The hair was recovered from the drain after he stayed at the Carlyle Hotel in New York.
British Actor Benedict Cumberbatch has topped the list of top 10 best actors in the world, according to Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
Nominations for the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards were announced and Kanye West tops the list.
X Factor's Misha B's outfits appeared unimpressive at a secret gig.
The reality star and her partner Scott Disk already have a son, Mason.
The British Library, in association with online publisher brightsolid, has launched a Web site that could transform the way people use archived issues of newspapers. The new site, called British Newspaper Archive, will offer access to 4 million fully searchable pages featuring more than 200 newspaper titles from every part of the UK and Ireland.
Za Za Bazaar, now officially Britain's largest restaurant, opened its doors on Tuesday, in Bristol, with promise of more than 2,000 dinners a night.
A defeat in the do-or-die Champions League game against Valencia, next week, could spell the end of Villas-Boas' time with the Blues.
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Bastien was supposedly punished for flushing his classmate's drawings in the toilet at a playgroup.
David Casey, who has a tumour in his stomach, is worried that he could have caught something from the rotten-tooth, especially if he had swallowed it.
The bed, designed for severely-ill lung patients, was delivered to the intensive care unit at AKH Hospital in Vienna, Austria.
The Irish teenager has alleged that the producers of the show are not much interested in the talent of the singers.
A 1,000-strong rapid reaction force is being assembled to better respond to "mass casualties".
How long can a woman's loyalty to her husband last after his death? Seventeen years? No; till death, as this story suggests.
Defence heads continued to depute British soldiers in less armoured Land Rovers, known as "mobile coffins," for several years after their own tests confirmed that the vehicles were highly weak and can get attacked from roadside bombs, confidential documents have revealed.
The "healing" process involved pastors splashing water on the patients' face and shouting at them, ordering the devil to come out.