Cabrera-Bello ends five-year wait for victory at Scottish Open

Spaniard Rafael Cabrera-Bello edged out Callum Shinkwin in a Scottish Open play-off on Sunday to claim his first European Tour win for over five years.The world number 31 fired a stunning eight-under-par course record of 64 at Dundonald Links to put th…

July 16, 2017

New Start-Up Bets on Real-Time Content as the Next Unicorn

Enke, an NYC-based startup founded by two friends, aims to allow users to view what’s happening in the world around them in real-time. Short video clips, or Enke’s, allow users to see in real-time what’s occurring at locations within their area.

July 16, 2017

Man killed in Egypt raid on Nile island squatters

One person was killed and 50 people were injured in clashes on Sunday as security forces tried to evict squatters from a Nile island, the government and witnesses said.The incident on Warraq island in Cairo came amid a government campaign to remove enc…

July 16, 2017

Helix Launches HRC Global Digital Heath Project

Healthcare Division of UK based Helix Research Center Ltd has launched HRC Global Digital Health Program ,mainly to promote Preventive and Curative Healthcare in UN Member Countries

July 16, 2017

Netherlands beat Norway in women’s Euro opener

Shanice van de Sanden’s bullet header handed hosts the Netherlands a 1-0 win against Norway in the women’s European Championship opener on Sunday.The Liverpool winger capitalised on a superb cross from Lieke Martens from the left wing that found her fa…

July 16, 2017

Canada fires drive thousands more out of their homes

Thousands of people fled their homes in western Canada over the weekend as strong winds fanned forest fires that have ravaged British Columbia province for more than a week.The inferno’s progress prompted authorities to take new emergency measures, ord…

July 16, 2017

Thousands rally against court reforms in Poland

Waving Polish and EU flags and chanting democracy slogans, several thousand people rallied in Warsaw on Sunday to protest against controversial new court reforms they see as a threat to judicial independence.Police said around 4,500 people attended the…

July 16, 2017

Hingis, Jamie Murray win Wimbledon mixed doubles

Martina Hingis clinched her 23th Grand Slam title as the Swiss star and Scottish partner Jamie Murray beat Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson 6-4, 6-4 in the Wimbledon mixed doubles final on Sunday.Just hours after her compatriot Roger Federer won a rec…

July 16, 2017

Angry Kvyat tells driving team-mate Sainz to keep his distance

An angry Daniil Kvyat hit out at the stewards and his own Toro Rosso team-mate Sunday, warning Carlos Sainz he should “keep his distance” after the pair collided during the British Grand Prix.The Russian said he had disagreed with the drive-through pen…

July 16, 2017

Police smash Europe-wide horsemeat racket

A Spanish-led European police investigation has broken up an organised crime group that allegedly sold horsemeat across Europe that was “not suitable” for human consumption, officials said Sunday.Police in Spain arrested 65 people suspected of crimes i…

July 16, 2017

China dominant in men’s 1m springboard

Chinese divers Peng Jianfeng and He Chao completed a one-two in the men’s one-metre springboard at the world aquatics championships in Budapest on Sunday, restoring China’s traditional dominance of the discipline.While China had won eight of the previo…

July 16, 2017