Find Gambling Results – Online Casino Guide | Latest Gambling News

The week in pictures: July 29 – August 03, 2015

Aug 04, 2015 - by Nich Moore

Weekly news in pictures

With so much going on in the world last week perhaps we should take a moment to glance back at some of the important news stories of the last seven days

Last week saw amazing results announced from the trials in Guinea of a experimental vaccine against the Ebola virus. In a trial encompassing over 4,000 people the drug was reported to be 100% effective amongst the 2,014 people who received it immediately and only 16 cases were found amongst those 2,380 who gained a delayed vaccination. Sponsored by the World Health Organization and both the Canadian and Norwegian governments the trial will now continue and expand within the west African country.

Investigations into the killing of Cecil the Lion continued last week with the government of Zimbabwe lodging a petition with the White House in the US to have Walter Palmer, the dentist that killed the animal just outside the Hwange national park in Zimbabwe, extradited back to the African nation to stand trial. The White House has a month to respond. For his part Walter Palmer did apologize, but only to his patients, and has said that he will assist the authorities in their investigation into the lion’s death.

After the withdrawal of Stockholm, Krakow and Oslo, the only two cities interested in hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics, China’s Beijing and Kazakhstan’s Almaty, battled it out for final selection last week with the Chinese capital coming away with the honor despite having already hosted a Summer games and not actually having any snow. The European cities withdrew citing a lack of public interest and the vast costs of hosting the event as being prohibitive. Despite human rights concerns China is seen as a safe pair of hands.

In sport a IAAF report leaked to the Sunday Times and ARD/WDR (a German broadcaster) shows that the extent of cheating in athletics is far wider than has been made public with dubious and suspicious test results that call into question nearly every winner and medalist in the top flight of athletics over the last decade and a half. Question is will the IAAF do anything about it or continue to cover up the cheating? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out, but in the meantime here’s the headlines from the last seven days.

1. Formula One prepared to end a sad week at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

hungarian formula 1 gp winner

Sebastien Vettel wins the race! (Photo: Sutton Motorsport Images)


2. Celtic were favourites against Azeri outfit FK Quarabag before the first leg of their Champions League qualifiers.

celtic FK quarabag

We hope you placed your bets on Celtic (Photo: SNS via BBC)


3. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sued the NFL after the organization upheld the four-game suspension in the Deflategate scandal.

tom brady sues NFL

Counter-attack from the quarterback (Photo: NBC Conneticut)


4. Chelsea and Arsenal prepared to kick off the 2015-16 season with a spicy London derby in the Community Shield.

comunity shield match 2015

Cup winners against championship winners (Photo: BT sports)


5. Michel Platini was considered as favorite to win the next FIFA election after he revealed that he will run for the presidency.

platini uefa president

Running for president (UEFA)


6. Arsene Wenger refused to shake hands with Jose Mourinho after Arsenal won the Community Shield match against Chelsea.

murinho vs wenger

It’s on: Murinho vs. Wenger (Photo: Paul Mariott Photography)


7. A widespread doping practice was suspected in athletics after the investigation of the leaked IAAF medical data was published.


WADA is inviting athletes to “play true” (Photo: WADA)


Meanwhile just outside the small east Texan town of Marietta a man had to be airlifted to hospital in the early hours of Thursday morning after suffering bullet wounds sustained when the rounds he himself had fired ricocheted back off the armadillo he was targeting. In the second such incident this year the man was hit in the jaw by one of his own rounds and had to have it wired shut, it is not known at this time if the Armadillo survived the encounter. Armadillos are seen as pests in many southern US states.

Bet with BovadaBet on more sports with Bovada!

Visit Bovada

  • 50% Signup Bonus
  • Parlay Payback
  • Prop of The Week Rewards
  • Weekly Racebook Rewards
  • Refer a Friend Bonus
  • Top Coverage of US Sports
bet365 - most popular sportsbookBet365 is No1 for Sports!

Get 100% Sports Betting Bonus

  • 100% Welcome Bonus
  • 100% Football Accumulator
  • Refer a Friend 25€ Bonus
  • Live Streaming Games
  • Best Odds Guaranteed
  • 50% Parlay Bonus
BetVictor sportsbookVisit BetVictor!

Visit BetVictor!

  • 100% Welcome Bonus
  • Back of the Net (free bet up to £25)
  • Aintree Grand National 2014: Non-Runner Free Bet
  • Live Streaming Games
  • Horse Racing - Best Odds Guaranteed
  • Horse Racing - Live Racing on Your PC
Gamble online with Bodog!Experience Bodog Casino

Visit Bodog

  • Sportsbook / Casino / Poker Room
  • One account for all gambling
  • Robust casino software
  • Variety of progressive jackpots
  • Large poker network
  • Many sports betting options
bet365 - most popular gambling siteGet 100% Bonus with bet365

Get 100% Bonus @ bet365

  • Play Sports / Casino / Bingo / Poker
  • 100% Sports Bonus
  • 100% Casino Bonus
  • 200% Poker Bonus
  • 200% Bingo Bonus
Play at Royal Panda Casino!Visit Royal Panda Casino!

Visit Royal Panda Casino

  • 100% Max. €/$100 Bonus
  • Loyal Panda Points
  • Free Spins
  • Reload Bonuses
  • Progressive Jackpots
Play at Spin Palace!Claim your bonus @ Spin Palace!

Get 2000% Bonus @ Spin Palace

  • 100% Max. $150 on 1st Deposit
  • Over 400 Casino Games
  • Sunday specials
  • 100% Max. $105 Anniversary Bonus
  • $1,000 Jackpot Bonus
Betway Dragon's Myth £1000 bonus

Play and you could be the lucky winner!