News archive from 28 July 2016

At least 120 cases of sexual violence in South Sudan capital - U.N.

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations said on Wednesday there has been at least 120 cases of sexual violence and rape against civilians in South Sudan's capital Juba since fighting erupted three weeks ago between troops loyal to the country's rival...

 
Liverpool fitness worry: Jurgen Klopp has concerns over Daniel Sturridge

Liverpool fitness worry: Jurgen Klopp has concerns over Daniel Sturridge

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Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
Transfer news: Arsenal to up Alexandre Lacazette bid, Real Madrid rival Manchester United for Paul Pogba, Chelsea eyeing William Carvalho

Transfer news: Arsenal to up Alexandre Lacazette bid, Real Madrid rival Manchester United for Paul Pogba,...

Pre-season is hotting up now as clubs return to action in friendlies, and make their final moves in the transfer market. Rumour Mill: our round-up of football gossip, rumours and speculation The Premier League’s big boys have been busy already, but...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

BHP Billiton to book up to $1.3 billion provision for Brazil disaster

MELBOURNE BHP Billiton (BHP.AX)(BLT.L) said on Thursday it would book a provision of between $1.1 billion (831.95 million pounds) and $1.3 billion (983.21 million pounds) in its annual results to cover costs of the dam disaster in November at the...

Reuters, 00:07 in Business
 

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

Facebook is now used by more than 1.7 billion people every month, the company's latest financial results revealed. The social media site, which was created by Mark Zuckerberg in his dormitory room at Harvard in 2004, also reported revenue for the last...

 
Savoury dips are 'salt and fat traps', warns health group

Savoury dips are 'salt and fat traps', warns health group

Many healthy-sounding savoury products that are also popular as snacking foods are “salt and fat traps” laden with excess calories, a health group has warned. Three-quarters of hummus products (74%) carry a so-called “traffic light” label red warning...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
NHS 'abandoning' thousands by rationing hepatitis C drugs

NHS 'abandoning' thousands by rationing hepatitis C drugs

NHS England has been accused by a charity of “abandoning” thousands of people to a potential death sentence by rationing drugs that can cure hepatitis C. An estimated 215,000 people in the UK have chronic hepatitis C infection (160,000 in England),...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
One hour of activity needed to offset harmful effects of sitting at a desk

One hour of activity needed to offset harmful effects of sitting at a desk

At least an hour of physical activity a day may be required to offset the harmful effects of sitting at a desk for eight hours, according to the latest study to highlight the perils of a sedentary lifestyle. The World Health Organisation (WHO)...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

Facebook is now used by more than 1.7 billion people every month, the company's latest financial results revealed. The social media site, which was created by Mark Zuckerberg in his dormitory room at Harvard in 2004, also reported revenue for the last...

 

Jurgen Klopp insists he had no choice but to send Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho home after breaching...

Jurgen Klopp has revealed he had no choice but to send Mamadou Sakho home after the defender breached disciplinary rules three times. Liverpool’s manager lost patience with Sakho on Monday, ordering him to leave the club’s pre-season training camp in...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Beatrix Potter was a farmer ahead of her time, National Trust says

Children's author Beatrix Potter was "ahead of her time" as a farmer who worked to conserve the landscapes of the Lake District, the National Trust has said. On the 150th anniversary of the writer and illustrator's birth, the Trust is...

 

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

Facebook is now used by more than 1.7 billion people every month, the company's latest financial results revealed. The social media site, which was created by Mark Zuckerberg in his dormitory room at Harvard in 2004, also reported revenue for the last...

 
Clever koalas learn to cross the road safely

Clever koalas learn to cross the road safely

Koalas have quickly learned to use wildlife passageways to cross busy roads in Australia's Queensland state as they move between habitats, writes Myles Gough. A new study tracked 72 koalas living near six wildlife crossings, specially installed by the...

BBC, 00:12 in World News
 

Mark Zuckerberg reveals Facebook's VR plans are just a stepping stone to TELEPATHY 

Facebook has connected 1.71 billion people around the world and plans to grab the others with the help of virtual reality. CEO Mark Zuckerberg purchased Oculus Rift, the maker of VR goggles and software, in 2014 to enhance experiences like watching...

 

End of Days: Hillary commissions her own disaster movie and gets James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and...

What might be the scariest Hollywood-produced movie of the year isn't airing in theaters – but it will be shown to delegates of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Blockbuster movie director James Cameron has helped produce a...

 


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