News Headlines - 23 July 2016

Bernie Sanders Campaign Chief Says Someone Must Be 'Accountable' for What DNC Emails Show - ABC News

Bernie Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver said his team was "disappointed" by the emails from the Democratic National Committee leaked through WikiLeaks, which seemed to reveal staff in the party working to support Hillary Clinton.

Scientists in Poland Race to Save Honeybees

Honeybees are in danger worldwide. Causes of what's known as colony collapse disorder range from pesticides and loss of habitat to infections. But scientists in Poland say they are on track to finding a cure for one of the diseases.

Masayoshi Son: The 'Bill Gates of Japan' who masterminded Britain's biggest tech deal

Just two weeks separated Masayoshi Son’s private jet flying to the Turkish resort of Marmaris to court Stuart Chambers, ARM Holdings’ chairman. and his company SoftBank announcing Europe’s biggest-ever technology deal, but the Japanese billionaire has never been known for his patience.

Which London football stadium has the most Pokemon living inside it ?

Which Premier League stadium (in London) has the most Pokemon living in it? I grabbed my things and set off on an adventure.

Sam Allardyce named England manager by the Football Association - BBC Sport

The 61-year-old signed an initial two-year deal after compensation was agreed with Sunderland, whom he steered to Premier League safety last season.
He succeeds Roy Hodgson, who quit after England were knocked out of Euro 2016 in the last 16 by Iceland.








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