News archive from 14 February 2018

Could gene editing fight the AIDS crisis? Scientists poised to re-try the risky procedure 10 years after it...

Experts say gene therapy could finally be used to treat HIV and AIDS - after a decade of trying to replicate the transplant that cured a patient in Germany. Although there is no definitive cure for the disease, there have been many advances in...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 
Cavs vs Thunder LIVE stream: How to watch Cleveland against OKC online or on TV

Cavs vs Thunder LIVE stream: How to watch Cleveland against OKC online or on TV

The Cavaliers recorded a statement win over the Boston Celtics at the weekend as their new-look roster swept aside Brad Stevens’ side. It was the first time, George Hill, Larry Nance Jr, Rodney Hood and Jordan Clarkson lined up alongside LeBron James...

 
The low-cost airline changing the way we fly

The low-cost airline changing the way we fly

On Wednesday, the first ever budget flight from London to South America departs from Gatwick airport. Fares on the 14-hour Norwegian Air Shuttle flight to Buenos Aires start from £259 one-way. The seats are tightly packed and food and luggage cost...

BBC, 00:04 in Business
 
Thierry Henry reacts to Arsenal's miserable away form

Thierry Henry reacts to Arsenal's miserable away form

The Gunners have endured seven out of eight losses this season on the road and have only managed to pick 13 points out of 14 away games. But Arsene Wenger’s side has been impressive at the Emirates having earned 32 points in 13 home matches. But Henry...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

How a bakery found a recipe for global success

The delicious smell of butter and freshly-baking bread permeates everything at Kontos Foods' factory in New Jersey. As hundreds of balls of pitta or pita bread dough make their way down a conveyor belt, two rows of workers hand stretch each one ready...

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
British teacher could get $1,000,000 from Bill Gates for helping poorest kids in society

British teacher could get $1,000,000 from Bill Gates for helping poorest kids in society

A British teacher has been chosen from more than 30,000 applicants to be in the running for a million dollar prize from Bill Gates. Andria Zafirakou teaches children from some of the poorest families in Britain at Alperton Community School in Brent,...

Metro, 00:15 in Hot News
 
Minnie Driver steps down as Oxfam celebrity ambassador following Haiti abuse scandal

Minnie Driver steps down as Oxfam celebrity ambassador following Haiti abuse scandal

One of Oxfam’s celebrity ambassadors has stepped down from her post in light of the Haiti sex abuse scandal that has rocked the charity. The charity’s staff have been accused of paying for sex from vulnerable people in third world countries. The...

Metro, 00:15 in Showbiz
 

Boris Johnson: Don’t tell Remainers to get over Brexit result

Brexiteers should stop telling Remainers to “get over it” and instead offer reassurance about the UK’s future outside the EU, Boris Johnson will say in speech today kicking off a major government public relations campaign. The Foreign Secretary will...

Scotsman, 00:16 in Politics
 

Video shows flames bursting from roof of derelict building in Ashby-de-la-Zouch blaze

This dramatic footage shows flames bursting from the roof of a derelict building and smoke flooding the sky in Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service was called at 7.38pm to reports of smoke coming from a five-storey property in...

 
'Guns and survivalists, but no school until I was 17'

'Guns and survivalists, but no school until I was 17'

There can't be many people with a doctorate from the University of Cambridge who never got a single school-age qualification. But Tara Westover's story is more like something from another era, than a tale of modern America. Tara grew up in rural...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits he doesn't know what the future holds for Simon Mignolet after decision...

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits he is not quite sure what the future holds for goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. The Belgian's Reds career has been plunged into further doubt after Klopp confirmed he would abandon his previous rotation policy for cup...

Daily Mail, 00:22 in Sport
 

Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez once locked his keys in his car after a training session at...

Manchester United's new poster boy Alexis Sanchez became the Premier League's highest-paid player when he moved to Old Trafford last month. The Chilean rakes in £350,000 a week basic salary, rising to £600,000 after bonuses.  He plied his trade at...

Daily Mail, 00:22 in Sport
 

The Yorkshire Post says: Time to muck in. Gove should spend time in Yorkshire Dales

FARMERS remain grateful that this county was one of the first to be visited by Michael Gove after he was appointed Environment Secretary last summer – those who met him at the Great Yorkshire Show talk fondly about a politician who was willing to...

 

The Yorkshire Post says: On very thin ice. Speed skating thrills and spills

WHOSE for short track speed skating? The thrills – and, sadly, the spills – at the Winter Olympics will certainly have won over a new generation of converts. Like so many Olympic sports, armchair spectators become instant experts one every four years...

 

Mattia De Sciglio believes Juventus will beat Tottenham in Champions League last-16 after first leg draw:...

Despite surrendering a 2-0 lead and having been largely outplayed for most of the first leg, Juventus defender Mattia De Sciglio is convinced that the Italians will go to Wembley in the second leg and win. Gonzalo Higuain scored a brace in the first...

Daily Mail, 00:29 in Sport
 


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