News archive from 29 July 2017

Chapecoense plane crash survivor Alan Ruschel to return in Joan Gamper Trophy match against Barcelona

Alan Ruschel, one of three Chapecoense players to survive the air crash that killed 71 people in Colombia last year, will return to football in the August 7 friendly against Barcelona, his club said on Friday. 'Alan's return marks an important step in...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
The One Show's Dan Snow talks about Alaska, Mumbai and Moscow

The One Show's Dan Snow talks about Alaska, Mumbai and Moscow

WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE HOLIDAY?  My most memorable trip wasn’t really a holiday, but it felt like one. We were travelling along the route of the gold prospectors in Alaska and Northern Canada for BBC Two’s Operation Gold Rush. We had to hike up a...

 
Antibiotics U-turn - why YOU may have been taking the drugs wrong

Antibiotics U-turn - why YOU may have been taking the drugs wrong

Patients should be encouraged to continue taking antibiotics only until they feel better, to avoid the overuse of drugs, experts are advising. Guidance from the NHS currently states people should finish a course of antibiotics. But now ten leading...

 
Arsenal want to sign English football lover Jakub Jankto from Udinese - agent

Arsenal want to sign English football lover Jakub Jankto from Udinese - agent

Arsenal have so far made two summer acquisitions - Sead Kolasinac from Schalke and Alexandre Lacazette, who cost a club-record £52.7million from Lyon. A proven midfielder that can add strength to the team has been identified as a priority by Arsene...

 
Arsenal Transfer News LIVE updates: Barca contact, £46m Lemar bid, Sanchez agent advice

Arsenal Transfer News LIVE updates: Barca contact, £46m Lemar bid, Sanchez agent advice

ARSENAL TRANSFER NEWS LIVE UPDATES: All the latest from the Emirates on comings and goings in Arsene Wenger's squad... Friday July 28 Marseille still in Olivier Giroud hunt22:30: Marseille aren't giving up on signing Olivier Giroud, reports claim.A...

 
Chelsea transfer news LIVE updates: Conte's Sanches talks, £50m double swoop, Hazard exit

Chelsea transfer news LIVE updates: Conte's Sanches talks, £50m double swoop, Hazard exit

CHELSEA TRANSFER NEWS LIVE UPDATES Friday July 28 Antonio Conte drops bombshell 20:45: Antonio Conte says he can't guarantee any young Chelsea players will feature this season. He told the club’s website: ”Around young players there is always a great...

 

Safety Law lets off the Bosses

Three Crossrail contractors have been fined just £300,000 for the death of a man in an avoidable disaster. Shocked critics say it barely touches the sides THE family of a man killed on the flagship Crossrail project expressed their anguish yesterday...

 

Tribunal fees - ‘Mistreated workers owed delayed justice’

Burgon fires broadside at Tories MISTREATED workers affected by unlawful employment tribunal fees must now be given the justice they deserve, Labour’s shadow justice secretary demanded yesterday. Richard Burgon was speaking after the Supreme Court...

 

Cardiff Prison ‘on edge of meltdown’

Politicians warn inmates capable of taking over ‘in minutes’ CARDIFF Prison is so understaffed it could be taken over “in 10 minutes” if prisoners rioted, a member of the Welsh Assembly warned yesterday. Plaid Cymru member Bethan Jenkins is demanding...

 

Liberia: Teachers warn against school privatisation

Expanding ‘charter’ scheme will ‘lead to crisis’ EXPANDING primary school privatisation in Liberia will have “grave” consequences, a new report by teachers’ unions warns. Global union federation Education International will release its scathing report...

 

Nicaragua calls for ‘imperialist’ US to pay up

NICARAGUA reasserted its claim to historical reparations totalling £13 billion from Washington on Thursday after the US approved a Bill to stifle development there. The House foreign affairs committee approved the amended Nicaraguan Investment...

 

Palestine: Sharif resigns as PM following corruption allegations

PAKISTANI Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigned yesterday after the country’s Supreme Court disqualified him from office over corruption allegations. The court panel, in a unanimous decision, disqualified billionaire Mr Sharif for not remaining...

 

Solidarity with Venezuela

UNITED NATIONS human rights high commissioner spokeswoman Liz Throssell’s words of caution regarding tomorrow’s election to Venezuela’s constituent assembly appear evenly balanced, but should they be? Throssell declares that “the wishes of the...

 

Resisting cultural genocide

Despite the oppression, the Kurdish language and culture will survive, writes STEVE SWEENEY THERE are around 30 million Kurds who remain the largest stateless community anywhere in the world. Promised a homeland during the imperialist carve-up of the...

 

Are YOU being groomed online? Experts warn adults need to be more aware of 'stranger danger'

The term 'stranger danger' was coined as a warning to children: beware the unknown adult, proceed with caution and be very careful what personal information you reveal.  The question is, do adults take their own advice?  Perhaps most would be more...

 


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