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Daniel Sturridge injury could bring out best from Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling


England and Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling scored against Lithuania (Picture: Reuters)

Raheem Sterling was the main man on Friday night as England beat Lithuania at Wembley in a Euro 2016 Qualifier.

The 20-year-old scored his first goal in 14 appearances for his country and assisted in another as Roy Hodgson’s team eased past the European minnows.

Sterling’s performance is a timely reminder for Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers of what he can do when played in his best position. The Reds winger has been used as a wing-back in recent weeks to accommodate Daniel Sturridge’s return to the team, and he has struggled in his unaccustomed role.

Sturridge has struggled to find the form of last season and news of another injury, this time to his hip is another blow for Rodgers.

Or is it? Sterling was in great form when Rodgers switched him to a striking role earlier in the…

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Police Investigate Death Of Woman Found In Bronx Apartment

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police on Saturday were investigating the death of a woman found in a Bronx apartment.

Around 8:15 a.m., police responded to 1209 Tinton Ave. in the Morrisania section of the Bronx, and found the 46-year-old woman unconscious and unresponsive, police said.

The woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

The New York City Medical Examiner’s office was to conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of the woman’s death, police said. The investigation continued Saturday afternoon.

Published reports that the woman was tied up were not immediately confirmed.

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Germanwings flight 9525: Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may have had ‘career ending vision problems’


Andreas Lubitz Andreas Lubitz reportedly had trouble with his vision (Picture:

Germanwings flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may have been suffering from vision problems that could have ended his career.

The allegations that the co-pilot, who deliberately crashed the plane in the French Alps, was having trouble with his eyes were revealed by The New York Times, which cited unnamed German sources.

Authorities have already said Lubitz hid a sick note declaring him unfit to work on the day of the disaster that killed all 149 people on board.

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Andreas Lubitz Lubitz competes at the Airportrun in Hamburg (Picture: AP)

His girlfriend also said he had told her he would one day ‘change the whole system’ and they’d ‘know who he was’.

The news about his sight broke as the father of British victim Paul Bramley spoke out.

‘What is relevant, is that it should never happen…

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Aurora Police Searching For Man Wanted In Connection With Domestic Shooting

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(CBS) — Aurora police are searching for a man in connection with a domestic shooting that left a man wounded Friday at a home in the 1800 block of Brighton Circle in Aurora.

Police say Enrique Jaquez, 35, has been charged with attempted murder, home invasion, aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated discharge of a firearm, and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.

According to charging documents from the Kane County State’s Attorney, the home belonged to a former girlfriend of Jaquez and after he knocked on the door, Jaquez was able to force his way inside and shoot a 40-year-old man.

The victim was critically wounded in his side and remains hospitalized. Jaquez fled the scene in an SUV, which was recovered in the 1900 block of Kevin Drive in Montgomery, police said.

Jaquez is a male Hispanic, 5’10” tall and weighing 220 pounds with short black…

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Couple ‘Googled how to get away with bank robberies’ before being arrested for bank robbery


(Picture: Google) The pair allegedly robbed the Great Western Bank in Fort Collins (Picture: Google)

A couple searched ‘how people got caught after bank robberies’ on Google shortly before a botched heist in which they managed to take just £400, police said.

Kody Davis, 33, and Amanda Davis, 31, allegedly made plans to rob the Great Western Bank in Fort Collins, Colorado, after losing all their savings gambling in Texas.

And police said that Amanda had done a number of Google searches on her phone to prepare for the alleged heist, including ‘how people got caught after bank robberies’.

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(Picture: Laramie County Sheriff's Office) Kody and Amanda Davis made off with just £400 (Picture: Laramie County Sheriff’s Office)

When the pair entered the Colorado bank, Amanda allegedly passed the cashier a note reading: ‘Take money out and put it in the bag.’ After reportedly making off with just…

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