News archive from 5 July 2014, page 71

World Bank email leaks reveal internal row over 'light touch' $50bn loans

World Bank email leaks reveal internal row over 'light touch' $50bn loans

Strong safeguards and conditions on World Bank loans and guarantees were put in place after a series of environmentally destructive projects in the 1980s and 1990s such as the Narmada dam in India. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters Environmentalists and...

Guardian, 23:02 in Business
 

Why Luis Suarez's bite was much more poisonous than it looked

There has been constant speculation about footballer Luis Suarez’s career after he bit an Italian player in the World Cup – but little concern for his victim, Giorgio Chiellini. Yet being bitten isn’t just painful and unpleasant, it can have serious...

Daily Mail, 23:09 in Health
 

Woman raped during house raid

A woman has been raped by a man who entered her home while an accomplice searched and raided the property. The two men entered the house in Olney, Buckinghamshire, in the early hours and one of them sexually assaulted the occupant while the other one...

 
Bradfield already in full swing for Le Tour

Bradfield already in full swing for Le Tour

Tourists from far and wide are celebrating the rural side of Sheffield in celebrations ahead of the Tour de France tomorrow. The Steel Stage in High Bradfield - which includes Bradfield Brewery’s first beer festival, music and entertainment - has...

 
Hooked Great White Shark Attacks Swimmer

Hooked Great White Shark Attacks Swimmer

A great white shark broke free from a fisherman's line and then swam off and savaged a long-distance swimmer. The unnamed victim was taken to hospital with wounds to his stomach and chest in the attack off southern California's Manhattan Beach. One...

 

How has he missed? Holland's Robin van Persie fluffs sitter against Costa Rica

A superb performance from Costa Rica saw them take Holland to extra time in their World Cup quarter-final – but it could have been a different story if not for a contender for miss of the tournament from Robin van Persie. The normally reliable...

Metro, 23:13 in Sport
 

VIDEO Harrogate’s Tour - the finish line

The biggest crowd Harrogate has ever seen lined the Tour route today for a race which will go down in history. More than 100,000 people thronged to Harrogate town centre for a chance to witness the sprint finish on West Park Stray. And despite a fall...

 

My acne nightmare, by Samantha 'I'm so beautiful' Brick: She claimed she was hated for being too...

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?’ For much of my life when observing my reflection, I would have given that gorgeous poppet gazing back at me a wink, a wiggle and whispered: ‘You are.’ Yet rather horrifically for me –...

Daily Mail, 23:25 in Health
 

Mine's a pint: Full of vitamins, high in fibre, low on sugar and good for your hair - the benefits of beer

29 View comments Amid warnings that we should avoid soft drinks and fruit juice due to their high sugar content, some experts have suggested we drink only milk or water. But another, rather unlikely low-sugar beverage is increasingly being hailed for...

Daily Mail, 23:25 in Health
 

VIDEO: Tour de France fans camping in Bradfield

Hundreds of people have set up camp in Bradfield ready for the Tour de France to arrive. Barbecues, wellies and bunting galore are filling the quiet rural village - with dozens of bikers also enjoying the sunshine. At the Cotton Star Camping site off...

 

VIDEO Harrogate’s Tour - the finish line

The biggest crowd Harrogate has ever seen lined the Tour route today for a race which will go down in history. More than 100,000 people thronged to Harrogate town centre for a chance to witness the sprint finish on West Park Stray. And despite a fall...

 

VIDEO: Tour injured Cavendish may ride in Sheffield

British Tour de France star Mark Cavendish was "gutted" tonight after doctors confirmed he has injured his right shoulder and collarbone - but he's not ruled out riding in Sheffield tomorrow. His dramatic crash denied British fans a...

 

The ultrasound beam that could save you from a hysterectomy and painlessly zaps fibroids in just four hours

View comments A revolutionary no-knife procedure is being used to treat fibroids – and it could save thousands of women from a hysterectomy. It uses a high-energy, focused ultrasound beam to heat and destroy the fibroid without the need for invasive...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Health
 


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