News archive from 17 September 2013

Afghan opposition decries appointments to election

The ballot will be seen as a key test of Afghanistan as it prepares for the departure of most Western forces at the end of 2014 amidst a resurgent Taliban-led insurgency. President Hamid Karzai's Cabinet Secretariat announced the five members of the...

 

Breast lumps that AREN'T a sign of cancer: Every woman fears the worst on finding a lump - but they can...

Finding a lump in the breast, however small, makes women think one thing: cancer. It's an understandable reaction. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, with around 50,000 new cases diagnosed each year. The NHS encourages women to...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

The holiday diseases that can strike months after you get home - and the travel jabs that won't always...

Katherine Robinson brought back many souvenirs from her eight months teaching English in Indonesia - including one that was unexpected and unwelcome. Within a week of returning home in June she suffered fatigue, loss of appetite, weight loss and a...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

'I'm NOT a massive gym person': Model Jodie Kidd under the microscope

Model Jodie Kidd, 34, answers our health quiz. How fit are you? I'm NOT a massive gym person, but living in the countryside with dogs and horses means I'm busy lifting bales of hay, feed bags and mucking out. I try to swim or play golf once or twice a...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

The holiday diseases that can strike months after you get home - and the travel jabs that won't always...

Katherine Robinson brought back many souvenirs from her eight months teaching English in Indonesia - including one that was unexpected and unwelcome. Within a week of returning home in June she suffered fatigue, loss of appetite, weight loss and a...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

Breast lumps that AREN'T a sign of cancer: Every woman fears the worst on finding a lump - but they can...

Finding a lump in the breast, however small, makes women think one thing: cancer. It's an understandable reaction. Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, with around 50,000 new cases diagnosed each year. The NHS encourages women to...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 
Will the peer-to-peer market phenomenon survive?

Will the peer-to-peer market phenomenon survive?

Not long ago it would have been tough to borrow a stranger's dog without getting arrested for dog-napping. But not any more. Peer-to-peer lending - where instead of buying products, you rent or share them - is taking off. Continue reading the main...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
Mobile phone emergency alert system to be tested in UK

Mobile phone emergency alert system to be tested in UK

A system which sends emergency alerts to mobile phones within a specific area is to be tested in the UK. The messages could be used to raise the alarm about flooding, industrial accidents, or other local risks. Tests in parts of Yorkshire, Suffolk and...

 
Grand Theft Auto: One of Britain's finest cultural exports?

Grand Theft Auto: One of Britain's finest cultural exports?

William Shakespeare, Edward Elgar, The Beatles, James Bond... Grand Theft Auto? The list of cultural icons from this "small island" is world-changing, formidable, unmatched - and so to put a video game into the same sentence as those...

 

Gloria Foster: the cost of caring

Gloria Foster died in hospital last February. She was in her 80s. But this isn't an ordinary tale of a sad end to a long life. She died after being fatally let down by Surrey social services. The report into the events that led to her death, published...

Guardian, 00:18 in Health
 

Analysis - Japan faces record-long trade deficit, little sign can reverse trend

Trade figures due on Thursday are likely to show that Japan produced its 14th consecutive deficit in August, matching a 1979-1980 record run during the global oil shock. Economists say the deficits will continue. When Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's...

Reuters, 00:19 in Business
 

Agger in race to be fit for Saints clash after picking up rib injury after freak gym accident

Daniel Agger is facing a race to be fit for Liverpool's weekend clash with Southampton after injuring his ribs in a freak gymnasium accident. The Denmark international missed the 2-2 draw with Swansea after he hurt himself trying to avoid a falling...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Gunners confident Mertesacker and Giroud will be fit to face Marseille in Champions League opener

Arsenal are confident Per Mertesacker will recover from a virus in time for their Champions League opener against Marseille on Wednesday. The Germany international missed Saturday's victory over Sunderland through illness and is a doubt for the trip...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Eriksen: I joined Spurs to win title... but first we must overtake Arsenal

The comparisons were inevitable. Who is better, Mesut Ozil or Christian Eriksen? "I think he has achieved a little bit more than me,' said a humble Eriksen, in his first interview since arriving from Ajax in the summer. "I am a few years...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

EXCLUSIVE: Januzaj contract wrangle puts rivals City on alert for United's teenage ace

David Moyes is in danger of losing top prospect Adnan Januzaj to Manchester City. The brilliant teenage midfield prospect has been involved in a contract wrangle with Manchester United that has dragged on nearly six months. City have been alerted to...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 


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