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The week in pictures: July 07- July 13, 2015

Jul 14, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

Last week brimmed over with big news stories so lets take a moment to look back at some of the most important from the last seven days

In a crowded field of candidates, currently some 17 Republicans are competing for their party’s nomination for President in the 2016 race, Donald Trump continued to grab the headlines last week as he paraded his anti-Mexican rhetoric, insulted the press and then in defiance of the available evidence said of himself  “I’m, like, a really smart person.” He also promised to release his personal financial records, something he need do if he wants to participate in the August 6th televised debate.

The massacre at Srebrenica was commemorated some 20 years on with one guest, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, being chased from proceedings by an angry crowd that threw first insults and then bottles and stones, one of which struck him in the face. The massacre saw Bosnian-Serbs murder 8,000 Muslim men and boys in an event the international courts have ruled as an act of genocide, something Serbia, or the Bosnian-Serbs, still refuse to admit.

The Syriza led government of Alexis Tsipras in Greece continued to try and find a way forward with it’s Eurozone creditors last week but with the Greek population having voted down austerity measures in a referendum the EU seems to have now moved on from simply wanting to help to wanting to punish Greece, humiliate its government and force Tsipras from power. It remains to be seen if this bullying will prove more costly than Greece was already costing them.

In sport Raheem Sterling may well be moving from Liverpool to Manchester City after the two sides agreed a transfer deal valued at forty nine million pounds, the 20 year old just needing to pass a medical to secure the move. The deal will make him the most expensive English player ever but will it help Man City next season? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out, but in the meantime lets look back at some of the major stories we covered in the last seven days.

1. Gerrard is the second high-profile English footballer in Galaxy’s club history after David Beckham but “Liverpool Red” at heart.

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Steven Gerrard number 8 jersey in the LA Galaxy team (Photo: FOX Sports)

2. Iker Casillas was expected to leave Real Madrid and join FC Porto thanks to various components, such as Lopetegui’s call or De Gea’s arrival.

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Iker Casillas leaving Real Madrid (Photo: Guardian)

3. Serving and volleying helped Richard Gasquet to reach the 2015 Wimbledon semifinals.

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Richard Gastquet at Wimbledon (Photo: nydailynews)

4. The momentum was on England’s side after the first two days of the 2015 Ashes series.

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Moeen Ali, hero of the Day at Ashes 2015 test (Photo: AP)

5. Serbian Tennis player Novak Djokovic beats Swiss international Roger Federer to win Wimbledon 2015 and achieve back to back wins.

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Novak Djokovic: Sweet taste of Wimblendon…victory (Photo: The Week)

6. Russia national team coach Fabio Capello was sacked by the Russian Football Union.

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Fabio Capello, ex-coach of the Russian football team (Photo: FIFA)

7. Ivan Basso quit the Tour de France 2015 due to testicular cancer.

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Fighting a terrible enemy, like Armstrong before him… (Photo: YouTube)

Meanwhile a reckless driver in Los Angeles has hit the headlines after being captured on film driving through well-known portions of the city at speed for several miles in reverse. The dark coloured Audi not only exceeded the speed limit but also nearly hit pedestrians, swerved into oncoming traffic and has been said by police to be “some of the most reckless driving investigators have ever seen”. The vehicle and driver have yet to be traced although investigations are ongoing.

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The week in pictures: June 30- July 07, 2015

Jul 08, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

With numerous massive news stories hitting the headlines last week we spend a few moments going over some of the most important

Beijing took steps last week to halt the sliding share prices in its two major trading markets. With the Shanghai Composite Index having lost 30% of its value in the last three weeks the government has banned IPOs and set up a stabilization fund, 19 billion dollars of which was pledged by senior brokers, fund managers and mutual funds who will invest in the local market. With more than 3 trillion dollars already wiped off value Beijing has to hope this will stop the rot, but it may well not.

61.3% of Greek voters rejected the package of austerity measures that were to be imposed by the nation’s Eurozone creditors in a referendum held on Sunday. In the first such vote since the mid-1970s the government of Alexis Tsipras’ Syriza party gained support for its position of not acquiescing to the continued fiscal hardship set upon it from Brussels. The vote marks a turning point in negotiations between the Euro Elite and Greece, with a compete breakdown of the process and a Greek exit still likely.

Website Reddit faced a massive backlash to its sacking of Victoria Taylor last week with 300 of its subreddits closed down by unpaid moderators protesting at the decision. With Mz. Taylor viewed by many as trustworthy, and the rest of the Reddit employee roster being seen as disinterested corporate scum, the site’s chief executive Ellen Pao has already apologized for letting down users and promised to find a solution to fix the problem, but it is a promise few of the regulars believe she can keep.

In sport the FIFA scandal continued to rumble on with two leading officials with Croatia’s leading football club, Dinamo Zagreb, arrested on suspicion of tax evasion, bribery, corruption and numerous other offenses. Some 1.8 million dollars is said to have been defrauded from the state by the detained. Will this be a pattern repeated across the world as FIFA’s slide into infamy continues? You’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out, but in the meantime here’s the big stories we covered last week.

1. Lionel Messi helped Argentina with three assists in their 6–1 win over Paraguay.

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Argentina defeated Paraguay (Photo: ca2015)

2. Lewis Hamilton complained about the trophies in Formula One ahead of the 2015 British Grand Prix.

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Hamilton is working for better…looking rewards (Photo: Thisisf1)

3. The United States and Japan were preparing their third showdown against each other in Canada before the 2015 Women’s World Cup final.

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USA is the world champion (Photo: FIFA)

4. With Argentina and Chile to fight for the title, everything was ready for a remarkable Copa America showdown before the final.

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Now we know who won… Congrats, Chile! (Photo: ca2015)

5. Russell Wilson mentioned that if he had the opportunity, he would play baseball while he continues his NFL career.

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Russell Wilson, great at two great American sports (Photo: sportsblog)

6. Chile won their first ever Copa America title after defeating Argentina on penalties in Santiago de Chile.

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When everybody was waiting for the final (Photo: ca2015)

7. Roger Federer demonstrated his skills after Caroline Wozniacki accused the organizers with sexism in the second week of the Wimbledon Championships.

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Roger Federer (Photo: The Guardian)

Meanwhile Hollywood’s portrayal of aliens as being humanoid has gained some well respected backing from evolutionary biologist Simon Conway Morris who last week claimed it was likely any extraterrestrials would look very similar to humans as the principles convergence gave rise to the same evolutionary development as man has enjoyed here on Earth. With isolated evolutionary structures coming to resemble themselves so it is now thought that the same variety of life will have reached domination on other planets as it has here.

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The week in pictures: June 23- June 29, 2015

Jun 30, 2015

Weekly news in pictures

There was no shortage of big news stories last week so we review some of the most important to hit the headlines over the last seven days

A Tunisian beach resort was turned into a bloodbath last week as a 23 year old ISIS sympathizer, Seifeddine Rezgui, opened fire with a machine gun on unarmed tourists. Holiday makers ran for their lives as Rezgui gunned down 39 and injured a further 36. Tunisia has already seen a similar soft-target attack on its soil this year with 22 mostly foreign tourists killed in a central Tunis museum in March. Rezgui was killed at the scene by police.

In the US the Supreme Court had a busy week ruling on the contentious issues of the Affordable Healthcare Act and Same-Sex marriage within days of each other. In a victory for the Obama White House the act popularly named “Obamacare” passed 6-3 but even that paled when compared with the huge celebration of the courts upholding of the constitutional right of the LGBT community to marriage by 5 to 4 at the annual pride marches that coincided with the ruling.

Alexis Tsipras, the Greek Prime Minister, responded to the deepening financial crisis in his country by calling for a referendum on the demands made upon the nation by its Eurozone creditors. This irked the creditors which resulted in a cutting off of the bailout funds the EU has provided over the last five years. This meant that banks would remain closed and ATM withdrawals would be limited to 60 Euros until the July 5th vote, the first of its kind since 1974 when the nation voted to remove the monarchy.

In sport Nelson Piquet Jr won the inaugural season of Formula E the single seat racing competition that pits cars powered only by electricity against each other. Despite a terrible qualification for the final race in London’s Battersea Park Piquet did just enough to take the championship. Will this herald a future of greener motorsport, you’ll have to read our daily news pages to find out, but in the meantime lets look back at some of the stories we covered last week.

1.Monday 22 June 2015, Nyon, Switzerland: The UEFA Champions League and Europa League draws took place; first round teams of the UEFA Europa League will have to start their campaign on July 2nd.

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Qualifying round draws for 2015-2016 (Photo: UEFA/Getty Images)

2.Rumours indicate Diego Maradona’s intention to replace Sepp Blatter as the president of the FIFA.

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Why not? (Photo: Road TV Italia)

3.The Chile-Uruguay match was announced as one great first quarter-final of the 44th edition of the Copa America.

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Great game but Chile shined brighter (Photo: CopaAmerica2015.com)

4.Roberto Firmino was reputedly announced more than a replacement for Raheem Sterling at Liverpool.

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Thumb up and congrats; you’ll never walk alone (Photo: Liverpool Instagram)

5.Andy Murray, in the light of his great success in 2013, became one of the favourites to win Wimbledon in 2015.

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Andy Murray, Wimblendon 2013 (Photo: bbc)

6.Manchester United and Manchester City made plans to get Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos.

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…so is it gonna be United? (Photo: AS magazine via ESPNFC)

7.Eduardo Vargas helped his team in a controversial game against Peru to get the final of the Copa America. Chile might win the trophy at home.

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Eduardo Vargas brought “el gol chileno” (Photo: ESPNFC)

Meanwhile in the US two major broadcasters had moments of major stupidity as Fox News and CNN both broadcast pieces of silliness. Fox decided to air one of its anchors, a Martha MacCallum, asking if the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage paved the way for trios of people to wed, which was nearly as ridiculous as CNN broadcasting pictures of what it said was an ISIS flag at the London Gay Pride march only to find out it actually depicted a selection of butt-plugs and dildos.

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