4 Wednesday, 2 September 2009 London Lite World at a glance Injectionbyanotherkilled Jacko,newcertificatestatesMICHAEL JACKSONS death certificate has been amended to state that he was killed by an intravenous injection by another. The altered document calls his death homicide, opening the way for criminal charges in the case for the first time. Investigators say a mix of the anaesthetic Propofol and sedative Lorazepam killed 50-year-old Jackson on 25 June. The certificate lists acute Propofol intoxication as the main cause of death. His personal physician, cardiologist Dr Conrad Murray -- who is not mentioned in the document -- has admitted to police that he gave the insomniac singer both drugs and two other sedatives the day he died. Tests also found evidence of a local anaesthetic and a stimulant. Despite the amendment, the determination of homicide does not necessarily mean a crime was committed. Homicide: Michael Jackson Fatherwhodiedfor45minutes A FATHER was brought back from the dead -- 45 minutes after his heart had stopped beating. New York doctors who treated chauffeur Joseph Tiralosi are calling his case a miracle as only one in four people usually survives a cardiac arrest, with chances lessened the longer their heart is stopped. Mr Tiralosi, 56, was at a car wash when he collapsed. He had no heartbeat when he arrived at hospital. In a last-ditch effort to save him a cardiologist used a special solution to destroy blood clots and get his heart beating again. Chilling: a melting icecap forms a crying face in Nordaustlandet, Norway. Lecturer Michael Nolan who captured the image says it should serve as an alert to the effects of global warming. Barkingticketfordogtiedtofence TRAFFIC WARDENS dished out a ticket to an illegally parked dog. The Australian cops, angry that the pet had been left tied to a fence, wrote out a warning and taped it to the dogs lead. The pooch had been left near a market in Darwin City while the owner, an elderly woman, went shopping. Passer-by Ray McEvoy, 48, said he couldnt believe it when the inspectors ticketed the pooch. It was in the shade, well away from food stalls and had a bowl of water, he added. Berlusconi:Imnotill,ImSuperman ITALIAN prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has denied paying escort girls for sex and insisted he is not ill but Superman. Mr Berlusconi, right, who turns 73 this month, has been at the centre of a series of sex scandals since April. His wife Veronica Lario, 53, said she was divorcing him because he was ill but Mr Berlusconi said: You just have to look and see what I have done over these last 15 months while prime minister to see that I am not ill but Superman. LinekerwedsDanielle insecret400service Picture of the day... Secret service: Bux and Lineker BBC sports presenter Gary Lineker has married his model girlfriend in a secret 400 ceremony in Italy. The Match Of The Day host, 48, and Danielle Bux, 30, opted for a simple town hall service in Ravello yesterday with two witnesses. The relaxed 10- minute ceremony was conducted in Italian and they celebrated with a candlelit dinner at their hotel above the Amalfi coast. They were expected to hold a reception today, followed by a party this weekend. T h e r e c e p t i o n w a s expected to be a no- expenses-spared affair as Lineker, said to be worth around 30m, seeks to impress his new in-laws. Councillor Luigi Apicella, who presided at the ceremony, said: It was a very normal wedding and there was nothing extravagant. He didnt even have a jacket or tie on and they walked to the town hall. The bride wore a cream dress and the service was in Italian with a local girl translating for them. The couple met on a blind date in 2007, a year after the former England and Spurs footballer was divorced from Michelle, his wife of nearly 20 years. Lineker and Bux were engaged a year later. BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN Farmersfruitbabiesare5apear A FARMER in China has spent six years developing pears shaped liked babies. Gao Xianzhang has grown them inside individual moulds and locals are snapping them up as soon as they are picked -- despite the hefty 5-per-fruit price. Gao, of Hexia, is now planning to export the pear-babies, left, to the UK and Europe. People think theyre cute or lucky and buy them as soon as theyre off the tree, he said. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html