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  • Martinez expects warm Goodison return for Moyes

    Martinez expects warm Goodison return for Moyes

    Martinez expects warm Goodison return for Moyes

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez says David Moyes should expect a warm welcome when he returns to Goodison Park with Manchester United on Sunday. Moyes was in charge of the Toffees for 11 years before departing to replace Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford last summer, with Martinez succeeding him on Merseyside. And the extent to which Moyes has endured a difficult first season with the champions is underlined by the fact that his team come into the weekend in seventh place in the Premier League …

  • Chelsea Clinton, producer, debuts short at Tribeca

    Chelsea Clinton, producer, debuts short at Tribeca

    Chelsea Clinton, producer, debuts short at Tribeca

    NEW YORK (AP) — First-time movie producer and mom-to-be Chelsea Clinton has premiered a short film at the Tribeca Film Festival. …

  • Everton game not about me, says United manager Moyes

    Everton game not about me, says United manager Moyes

    Everton game not about me, says United manager Moyes

    (Reuters) - Manchester United manager David Moyes played down the significance of returning to his former club for the first time in Sunday's Premier League match against Everton. Moyes was in charge at Goodison Park for 11 years before joining United in July to take over from the retired Alex Ferguson. He has not enjoyed a successful start at Old Trafford, however, and United are languishing seventh in the table, nine points and two places below Everton with only a slim chance of finishing …

  • Liverpool and Chelsea will drop points, says Pellegrini

    Liverpool and Chelsea will drop points, says Pellegrini

    Liverpool and Chelsea will drop points, says Pellegrini

    (Reuters) - Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is "absolutely sure" that Liverpool and Chelsea will drop points in the Premier League title run-in and he is expecting his team to return to form at home to West Bromwich Albion on Monday. Pellegrini had Samir Nasri's late strike to thank for snatching a 2-2 draw against struggling Sunderland on Wednesday, a result that left City trailing leaders Liverpool by six points. …

  • Rodgers hopes Liverpool can ride wave of emotion

    Rodgers hopes Liverpool can ride wave of emotion

    Rodgers hopes Liverpool can ride wave of emotion

    Brendan Rodgers believes his Liverpool side can harness the emotions swirling around Anfield as the club looks to win its first English title of the Premier League era. …

  • Liverpool trio on shortlist for PFA player of the year

    Liverpool trio on shortlist for PFA player of the year

    Liverpool trio on shortlist for PFA player of the year

    By Michael Hann LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool trio Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge are on the shortlist for the English Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) player of the year award. Striking duo Suarez and Sturridge have scored 49 league goals between them this season, with Uruguay international Suarez leading the Premier League scoring charts with 29 goals for Brendan Rodgers' table-topping side. Captain Gerrard, 33, has contributed 13 league goals and 11 assists for …

BUKIT MERTAJAM, 14 Ogos (Bernama) -- Wanita yang dipukul suami dalam

sebuah lif di sebuah hospital swasta di Bandar Perda, di sini berharap pihak

polis dapat mengambil tindakan segera ke atas lelaki berkenaan.

Wanita berusia 36 tahun itu yang telah membuat laporan polis selepas

kejadian itu Isnin lepas, berkata beliau bimbang suaminya, seorang penjawat

awam, akan bertindak lebih ganas.

Mangsa, yang bekerja di sebuah kilang di sini, berkata beliau bercadang

mengambil tindakan mahkamah ke atas suaminya kerana bertindak keterlaluan.

Rakaman kamera litar tertutup yang dimuat naik dan disebarkan secara meluas

dalam Facebook dan YouTube itu menunjukkan suspek menumbuk isterinya sehingga

kepalanya terhantuk, memijak cermin mata isterinya yang terjatuh, menampar dan

menendang mangsa beberapa kali.

Insiden itu turut diperhatikan dua anak kecil pasangan itu yang

masing-masing berusia empat dan lima tahun.

-- LAGI

WANITA-PUKUL 2 BUKIT MERTAJAM

Menceritakan kejadian itu di sini hari ini, katanya kejadian itu berlaku

ketika beliau bersama dua anaknya mahu pulang selepas melawat anak sulungnya

berusia sembilan tahun yang dimasukkan ke wad kerana demam panas.

"Kebetulan saya bertemu suami yang melawat anak sulung tetapi kami tidak

bertegur sapa. Ketika hendak pulang, suami turut mengikut kami masuk ke dalam

lif sambil meminta saya memujuk anak agar mengikutinya.

"Bagaimanapun, anak perempuan saya kata dia nak ikut saya dan tidak mahu

mengikut ''daddy'' menyebabkan suami marah," katanya.

Mangsa, yang tinggal berasingan dengan suaminya berusia 36 tahun itu,

berkata suaminya bertindak menampar mukanya beberapa kali walaupun dua anaknya

melihat kejadian itu.

Beliau mendakwa suaminya sudah berkahwin dengan wanita lain pada 2011 dan

bekerja di sebuah agensi kerajaan di Jerantut, Pahang.

Katanya beliau pernah meminta suaminya agar menceraikannya tetapi dia

dicabar agar pergi ke pejabat agama.

-- LAGI

WANITA-PUKUL 3 (AKHIR) BUKIT MERTAJAM

"Saya minta agar dia lepaskan saya dengan cara elok tetapi dia cabar saya

supaya ke pejabat agama. Susulan itu, saya mendapatkan bantuan peguam untuk

memfailkan permohonan cerai pada awal Julai lalu. Saya sudah tawar hati dan

sebelum ini pun saya yang menyara anak kerana dia tidak memberi nafkah sejak

Disember tahun lalu," katanya.

Adik mangsa, Mohd Yunus Ahmad Ramli, 31, yang memuatkan naik video tersebut,

berharap pihak polis mengambil tindakan lanjut.

Ekoran kejadian itu, polis sedang mengesan suami mangsa yang menghilangkan

diri dan didapati tidak hadir di tempat kerjanya.

-- BERNAMA

EIY LIB DC

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