BRITAIN: Jimmy Hill: Former Match of the Day presenter dies aged 87

#AceWorldNews – Dec.19: Former Match of the Day presenter Jimmy Hill, one of English football’s most influential figures, died on Saturday at the age of 87.

As chairman of the Professional Footballers’ Association, he led the campaign for the scrapping of maximum wages for professional footballers.

He played 297 games for Fulham and was later manager and chairman at Coventry.

Hill – diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2008 – made more than 600 appearances as presenter of Match of the Day.

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#STORY Sherpa’s and the story of an #Everest revolution a documentary by Jennifer Peedom

#AceWorldNews – Dec.19: Jennifer Peedom set out to make a documentary about the untold role the Sherpas play in helping wealthy western climbers conquer Mount Everest, but when an avalanche hit during her shoot, she ended up with an even bigger story

On 18 April 2014, a 14,000-tonne block of ice slid down the southern face of Mount Everest, killing 16 people. It was the mountain’s deadliest day, until just over a year later, when 22 died in the aftermath of the Nepalese earthquake.

Thirteen of the men who died in 2014 were Sherpa, an indigenous ethnic group famed for their ability to withstand high altitudes. They had been finding their way through the Khumbu Icefall, one of Everest’s most dangerous passes. When the avalanche hit they were fixing a route so that tourists – some paying up to $75,000 to climb the world’s highest peak – could fulfil a dream.

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Spain’s ‘Red Duchess’ children win €33m inheritance

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#AceWorldNews – Dec.19: Three children of Spanish aristocrat win €33 million (£24 million) following a lengthy legal battle, after their mother married on her deathbed and changed her will.

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