News Headlines - 13 July 2014

BBC Sport - Germany 1-0 Argentina

Germany were crowned world champions for the fourth time as Mario Gotze's extra-time winner beat Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final.

Germany's World Cup tactics: shaped by data - Telegraph

Together with software company SAP, the German Football Association (DBF) has developed an application called Match Insights, which analyses vast amounts of data about members of the German team and their opponents, based on their on-field performance.

Fifa to be investigated by World Cup ticket scam detectives - Telegraph

Detectives are to investigate whether Fifa had any links to a £58 million black market ticket scam at the World Cup, it was claimed last night.

Video: North Korea's fake World Cup final - Telegraph

A North Korea news broadcast has appeared on YouTube channel Korea News Backup telling North Koreans that their national team will play Portugal in the World Cup final tonight... Yahoo Sport unveiled the video as a fake, pointing out that the newsreader's lips are out of sync and the dialect is incorrect.

Eye tests could detect early Alzheimer's | theguardian.com

Regular eye tests could in future be used to diagnose early-stage Alzheimer's, new research suggests.
Early trials of two different techniques show that a key Alzheimer's biomarker can be identified in the retina and lens of the eye.








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