14 Tuesday, 8 September 2009 London Lite Prices correct at time of going to print & valid for a limited time only. Offers subject to availability. Not available from stores in N.I & R.O.I. All sizes & measurements may vary. 15p49p Each 29p75p Each 49p99p Per Pack 15p49p Each 29p60p Each 59p1.19 Per Pack Fresh Figs Loose Iceberg Lettuce Fun Size Pears Pack of 10 Corn on the Cob Loose Cucumbers Fun Size Bananas Pack of 7 Available in-store now World at a glance BoozebanafterAlliedtroops arrivetoohungovertowork TROOPS in Afghanistan are to be banned from drinking after US chiefs found soldiers reporting for duty drunk or hungover. It follows a row after an airstrike ordered by German forces and carried out by a US jet killed more than 100 people, most of them civilians. General Stanley McChrystal, head of International Forces in Afghanistan was furious he could not get hold of people he needed to and blamed it on late- night partying, a source said. The main military HQ in Kabul has seven bars that serve tax-free beer and wine. An insider told The Times: Thursday nights are the big party nights, because Fridays a low-ops day. Theres a two can rule but people ignore it. British troops are allowed to drink only at official functions, with special permission. At least two people were killed and six injured today when a suicide car bomber rammed into a Nato convoy near Kabuls military airport. Casualty: a victim of todays blast in Kabul is carried away Brithikerkilledinmountainrockslide A BRITISH hiker was killed and another was injured when they were caught in a rockslide while climbing a mountain in Spain. The two holidaymakers both suffered head injuries as they were dragged 60 feet down a steep ravine. A 66-year-old man, named as Idwal Morgan, died before rescue workers reached the pair. His friend Peter Smith, 68, was taken to hospital but his injuries were not life- threatening. The tragedy happened at around 10am yesterday as the two men tackled the 3,615ft Puig Tomir peak in Majorca. Picture of the day Lie-in: more than 400 parents of first-year students bed down on a gymnasium floor after taking their children to university in Wuhan City, central China Videogame fans in group suicide TEENAGE fans of a violent video game called Slayers planned to commit suicide together, but most backed out after watching two 16- year-olds jump to their deaths from the ninth floor of a Singapore apartment building. One of the victims was Ku Witaya, who had convinced his younger brother and six other boys they had to die to become slayers who would kill demons in a Third World War. U-boat?Noitsmeboat A RUSSIAN designer has spent twenty years building his own two-man submarine. Mikhail Puchkov worked on the machine, which is 5m long and 1.2m wide, every night in a garage after returning home from work. It has two benzine engines and an electronic navigation system and can dive as deep as 30m, with a speed of eight knots. Clifftopproposalisarealknockout A MAN who proposed to his girlfriend during a hiking trip may have been a bit too successful at sweeping her off her feet. Rescue officials say that soon after the woman accepted the marriage proposal during an outing near Washington DC, she fell about 10 feet down a rock face and had to be rescued by helicopter. She briefly lost consciousness, but her injuries werent life-threatening. Knot bad: Puchkovs test run 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.html