Friday, 1 August 2014
The scientist who helped discover the Ebola virus has said he would sitto an infected patient on the London Underground and that the outbreak in West Africa was unlikely to trigger a global pandemic.
Fruit salesman Yao Yuan from Nanjing, east China, saw an opportunity to boost his sales ahead of China’s version of Valentine’s Day, when he spotted the similarities between his fruits and a female bottom. Mr Yao dresses the fruits in miniature versions of women’s lingerie and sells them for a jaw-dropping £50 a punnet for nine naughty peaches.
Johnson, 30, who is engaged to model and aspiring actress Paulina Gretsky, said he needed the time to focus on his mental health, physical well-being and emotional foundation.
The family of the Al Qaeda chief, who died in 2011, have acquired the Carrara quarries in Tuscany, which produces the world's most sought after marble, to add to their collection of 26 mines.
Tickets for the glittering ceremony are highly sought after but Sally Bercow and Farah Sassoon were pictured sitting a prime spot in the House of Lords gallery in June (left).
The team's mountain biking champion Mohamed Tholley was due to compete in the time trial event in Glasgow yesterday but allegedly failed to turn up.
Ridley Road (pictured), in Dalston, east London, has been identified as a hub for the secret market in 'bush meat' - a primary source of the deadly virus's transmission.
The child found the body of her mother, Suzanne Van Hagen, 34, and stepfather John Worton, 37 (pictured together, left), in separate rooms at home in Frankley, Worcestershire.
Bolt plays the showman as he hits out at BBC's Gabby Logan for saying Commonwealth Games would be fine without him...
Speaking in an interview with the BBC shortly after the race, the athlete said: 'I heard somebody say they enjoyed the games without Blake and me,' referring to a comment Mrs Logan (top right) had made about him and fellow Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake.