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Superbugs linked to eight out of 10 deaths in Bangladeshi ICUs

Antimicrobial resistant superbugs could be responsible for up to 80 per cent of deaths in Bangladesh's biggest intensive care unit (ICU), a senior doctor has warned. Dr Sayedur Rahman, a doctor in the ICU at the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medial University (BSMMU), told the Telegraph that out of approximately 900 patients admitted to the unit in 2018, 400 died. And out of those deaths around 80 per cent were attributed to a bacterial or fungal infection that was resistant to antibiotics, said ...
Tags: Science, Britain, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Telegraph, Vietnam, South Asia, Chittagong, Rahman, AMR, Lancet Infectious Diseases, Cambodia Laos Myanmar Thailand, Bangladesh India, Sayedur Rahman, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medial University BSMMU, European Journal of Scientific Research


Arsenal & Everton hold talks over £35million David Neres move – Telegraph

Gunners and Everton set to go head to head Both Arsenal and Everton have reportedly held talks over a potential £35million move for exciting Ajax forward David Neres. The Brazilian has well and truly broken onto the scene during the current campaign. Neres has impressed in all competitions, scoring an impressive 11 goals and assisting 13 this season. Some of those goals have been incredibly important ones too. Neres scored one of Ajax’s four goals at the Bernabeu in their famous Champions Leagu...
Tags: England, Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Everton, Juventus, Telegraph, Borussia Dortmund, Madrid, Dusan Tadic, Idrissa Gueye, Madrid Spain


IBS: do you have it, and what are the treatment options?

If you’re reading this from the loo, where you have been sitting for 15 minutes, you may already have an inkling about the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It’s the hidden condition that affects at least 1 in 10 of us in the UK, leaving us clutching our stomachs in agony and cursing certain foods.  Unsurprisingly, problems with your gut can affect your mood – and it can be made even worse if you don’t fully understand the problem. That’s why we have created this comprehensive guide to under...
Tags: UK, Science, Cook, NHS, Telegraph, IBS, Reid, CBT, Claire Irvin, Alison Reid


Bad for Tottenham: Sergio Aguero to miss Cardiff & Brighton

Manchester City vs Cardiff City Man City are back in Premier League action tomorrow night when they take on Cardiff City. When the sides met earlier in the season in Wales, Man City bet the Bluebirds 5-0. Will the Sky Blues rack up as many goals on Wednesday night again? Cardiff are likely to come into the game without much confidence. Last weekend Cardiff were beaten 2-1 at home by Chelsea. Sergio Aguero to miss Cardiff & Brighton Man City’s fixture list over the next few weeks is intense. P...
Tags: City, Sport, Soccer, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Spurs, Tottenham, Brighton, Pep Guardiola, Brazil, Argentina, Cardiff City, Cardiff, Telegraph, Sergio Aguero, Fulham


Brexit: Labour to back common market 2.0/Norway amendment for staying in single market – live news

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the second day of Commons votes on alternative Brexit options What are today’s indicative vote options?Analysis: would UK be better off in customs union?Downing Street lobby briefing – Summary 3.10pm BST These are from the Telegraph’s Christopher Hope.BREAKING Theresa May is holding a mass meeting with some of the 170 Conservative MPs who signed a letter to her demanding the UK leaves the EU on April 12 ‘with or w...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Labour, House Of Commons, Telegraph, Norway, Emily Thornberry, Brexit, The Telegraph


Solskjaer plays ‘park the bus’ with Man United- Van Gaal

Solskjaer closing in on Man United job Since taking charge at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done a superb job. Manchester United have lost just once in the Premier League since OGS took over back in December. United are also just two points off a Champions League place despite the fact they looked extremely unlikely to make the top four when Mourinho left. As a result, the Telegraph has on Monday reported that Solskjaer could be United’s permanent manager as early as this week. Van G...
Tags: Sport, Bbc, Soccer, Manchester United, Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Telegraph, Borussia Dortmund, Mufc, Man United, Van Gaal, United, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Mourinho, OGS


Children of Isil's caliphate left to toil in squalid refugee camps

Eight-year-old Hamed cast a critical eye at the at tent peg, raised a hammer above his head and began thwacking it into the hard, stony ground. It is heavy work, and he would rather be in school. But he has little choice. “I get about 2,000 lira for putting up one tent,” he said, using the popular term here for Syrian pounds. “I can do three or four a day, so that is 8,000.” That, he said, is just about enough to feed himself, his mother, and her newborn baby twice a day. “But we can’t eat all t...
Tags: Europe, UK, News, Germany, Islamic State, Isil, Syria, Britain, Middle East, United Nations, Jeremy Hunt, Telegraph, International Rescue Committee, Unicef, Seychelles, Hunt


Man United blow: Dortmund chief rules out summer Jadon Sancho exit

Transfer blow for Manchester United Manchester United have been dealt a transfer blow after Borussia Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc ruled out Jadon Sancho leaving in the summer. Sancho has grown into one of the most talented youngsters in football right now since leaving Manchester City. The Englishman is one of Dortmund’s star players and is even taking his performances to the international stage with England. However, his future is very much under the spotlight. City’s rivals Manch...
Tags: England, Germany, City, Sport, Soccer, Manchester United, Manchester City, Telegraph, Borussia Dortmund, United, Benfica, Dortmund, Red Devils, Hoffenheim, Manchester United Manchester United, Michael Zorc


Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman among 50 people arrested over £19m college admissions scam

An astonishing list of Hollywood actresses, financial titans and industry executives were arrested on Tuesday on charges of participating in a $25 million (£19m) scam to bribe their childrens’ way into elite American universities. Oscar-nominated Felicity Huffman, star of Desperate Housewives, and sitcom star Lori Loughlin were among 33 parents who may face up to 20 years in prison if prosecuted and convicted on federal charges relating to the scheme. They are accused of paying bribes of up to $...
Tags: Hollywood, News, California, Bono, Ebay, Kentucky, Boston, Massachusetts, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Yale, Connecticut, Jeff Skoll, Miami, Telegraph


Brexit: May faces fresh defeat as MPs vote on revised deal – Politics live

PM puts new plan to Commons after Geoffrey Cox says legal risk over backstop ‘remains unchanged’ERG lawyers reject backstop concessions May deal: has anything changed?Guide to this week’s crucial votesAfternoon summary 7.14pm GMT This is from the Labour MP Paul Sweeney.Massive majority from across the House of Commons voting down the Prime Minister's deal yet again. pic.twitter.com/FuWvNX7QjJ 7.11pm GMT From the Telegraph’s Christopher HopeDUP MPs have now voted in the No lobby. One MP w...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Law, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Ireland, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Labour, House Of Commons, Northern Ireland, Michael Gove, Telegraph, Northern Irish politics


Eden Hazard’s long Chelsea goodbye has begun after Real Madrid make official move

Eden Hazard & Chelsea Chelsea fans should probably start to savour Eden Hazard as much as possible. As the final months of the season tick over, it’s looking increasingly likely that Hazard may be leaving Chelsea. Monday was a key day. Zinedine Zidane made a shock return to Real Madrid, which has triggered Los Blancos into trying to close a deal for Hazard. View this post on Instagram 👔 Welcome Back, @Zid...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Tottenham, Real Madrid, Telegraph, Eden Hazard, Stamford Bridge, Zinedine Zidane, Madrid, Man City, Daily Telegraph, Real, Zidane, Los Blancos, Santiago Solari


Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong-un's half-brother arrives home after being freed in Malaysia

An Indonesian woman accused of assassinating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother arrived back in Jakarta on Monday after a Malaysian court suddenly dropped the murder charges and released her.   A smiling Siti Aisyah, 26, who had been facing the possibility of a death penalty sentence in Malaysia in the morning, by the evening was welcomed by Indonesian officials and rushed through Jakarta’s main airport to her emotional parents, who wept and hugged their youngest daughter on sight.  ...
Tags: South Korea, News, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Joko Widodo, Telegraph, Kim, Vietnam, Macau, Pyongyang, Jakarta, Kim Jong, AG, Doan, Aisyah


India waiting for UK reply after fugitive Nirav Modi's video surfaces

India said on Saturday it was waiting for Britain to respond to its request to extradite fugitive billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi, after London's Telegraph newspaper reported that he was living in an upscale apartment in London.
Tags: UK, London, Money, India, businessNews, Britain, Telegraph, Nirav Modi


Today ‘the key day’ for Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid return – AS

As per a report from Spanish outlet AS, today is set to mark a crucial day in the negotiations between Jose Mourinho and Real Madrid. Real Madrid vs Ajax Real welcomed Ajax to the Bernabeu on Tuesday night, for the second-leg of the Champions League last-16 tie between the clubs. Los Blancos headed into proceedings with qualification firmly in their grasp, on the back of a hard-fought (and largely-undeserved) 2-1 first-leg win. The European champions, though, did not exactly head into the matc...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Ajax, Soccer, La Liga, Southampton, Real Madrid, Stoke, Jose Mourinho, Telegraph, Luis Suarez, Florentino Perez, Zinedine Zidane, Madrid, Thibaut Courtois, Barca


The pitfalls of ethnic pay gaps

The pitfalls of ethnic pay gaps British Prime Minister Theresa May is obsessed with measuring pay gaps between social groups. She championed the requirement for companies with more than 250 workers to measure the so-called “gender pay gap.” Now she wishes companies to measure the “ethnic pay gap.” Yet these measurements, hailed by champions of intersectional theory, produce deceptive statistics that create social animosity and harm those they are intended t...
Tags: Google, UK, Religion, Bbc, Theresa May, Office For National Statistics, Telegraph, Catholic, Easyjet, Fraser Institute, Philip Booth, Philip Booth Measuring


Jose Mourinho ‘almost 100 per cent’ certain to be next Real Madrid boss

Bernabeu return for Jose Mourinho almost complete Jose Mourinho is ‘almost 100 per cent’ certain to be the next Real Madrid boss with Santiago Solari expected to be sacked after their Champions League exit. Los Blancos were thoroughly embarrassed against Ajax on Tuesday night. Despite taking a 2-1 lead to the Bernabeu, Madrid were destroyed by the Dutch giants 4-1. That lead to their elimination from a competition that Los Blancos had made their own over the past few years. With a La Liga troph...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Ajax, Soccer, Manchester United, La Liga, Real Madrid, Jose Mourinho, Telegraph, Luis Suarez, Dusan Tadic, Madrid Spain, Mourinho, Bernabeu, Los Blancos


A UK police unit is reportedly looking into Revolut after a week from hell for the $1.7 billion fintech unicorn

The Financial Times reported that a UK police unit is looking into a complaint about Revolut involving an incorrect payment to a customer of the fintech firm. The FT described it as a "fraud investigation," but Revolut denied this and a City of London Police spokesperson said its fraud bureau does not have investigative powers. It comes after a week from hell for the $1.7 billion fintech unicorn. Last week, the Telegraph reported that Revolut turned off software designed to stop money launderi...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, UK, Russia, Softbank, Trends, Britain, Financial Conduct Authority, Fca, Telegraph, Financial Times, Revolut, NFIB, Mount Rushmore, City of London Police, Nikolay Storonsky


Man City’s ’embarrassment’ as Man United target £100m Jadon Sancho

Man United target £100m Jadon Sancho The Telegraph have gone big on Tuesday linking Manchester United with Jadon Sancho. According to the broadsheet, Man United are ready to offer Borussia Dortmund 100 million pounds for English upstart. It’s worth noting that Sancho is under contract with BVB until 2022. Moreover, Sancho joined Dortmund from Man City for just 8 million pounds on the final day of the 2017 summer transfer window. Man United vs PSG Man United take on PSG in the Champions League...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Manchester United, Southampton, Old Trafford, Gareth Southgate, Telegraph, Alexis Sanchez, Borussia Dortmund, Man City, Man United, Psg, United, Dortmund, Paris St Germain


British Isil fighters surrender to US-backed forces amid Baghuz offensive

British fighters are among hundreds of Islamic State jihadists who surrendered to Western-backed forces in eastern Syria, a senior commander has said.  Some 400-500 people, including Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) fighters left the village of Baghuz on Monday, in the latest sign that fanatical resistance inside the terror group's last village is crumbling.   “There are different nationalities: Iraqi, French, Russian, English. I don’t have the exact number at this moment, but the...
Tags: Asia, News, Islamic State, Isil, Iraq, Western, US, Syria, Middle East, Telegraph, Soviet Union, SDF, Euphrates, Levant ISIL, John Cantlie, Afrin


Fitch, Moody’s and S&P Global emerge as frontrunners in Acuris sale: The Telegraph

BC Partners‘s auction of Acuris has attracted the interest of Fitch, Moody’s and S&P Global, who have emerged as frontrunners in the sale, The Telegraph said. The sale of Acuris, which owns Mergermarket and Debtwire, is expected to fetch 1.2 billion pounds, the story said.
Tags: Trends, Telegraph, Mergermarket, PE Deals, Debtwire, Fitch Moody, Acuris, Fitch Moody 's


UK unicorn Revolut is fighting back after its week from hell

The Telegraph alleged that Revolut turned off software designed to stop money laundering, which the challenger bank strongly denies.  Then Wired magazine published an exposé on the company's work culture. And The Telegraph reported that Revolut's CFO had secretly left the company in January. The company's app also had some technical issues that bothered customers. Revolut fired back at the claims in comments to Business Insider. Thursday was a bad day for Revolut, one of the UK's most famous...
Tags: UK, Russia, Trends, Telegraph, Revolut, El Chapo, Nik Storonsky, Peter O'Higgins


Revolut CFO resigns following money laundering controversy

This hasn’t been a good week for challenger bank Revolut . The company, which offers digital banking services and is valued at $1.7 billion, confirmed today that embattled CFO Peter O’Higgins has resigned and left the business. The startup and O’Higgins have been under pressure after a Daily Telegraph report that revealed that Revolt switched off an anti-money laundering system that flags suspect transactions because it was prone to throwing out false positives. According to the Telegraph, the...
Tags: Europe, Japan, UK, Singapore, Tech, Canada, Financial Conduct Authority, Jp Morgan, Telegraph, Daily Telegraph, Revolut, James Cook, Higgins, Storonsky, Nik Storonsky, Peter O Higgins


New fears David de Gea will leave Man United & Valencia contract update

David de Gea contract update Manchester United star David de Gea now has less than 18 months remaining on his current United deal. De Gea would have been out of contract in the summer but United triggered a 12-month extension at the back end of 2018 to give them more time to negotiate. However, negotiations over the Spaniard’s contract do not appear to be going well. It was recently reported that Man United offered de Gea a fresh deal worth around £350,000-a-week. This would be a huge increase ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Manchester United, Old Trafford, Telegraph, David De Gea, Alexis Sanchez, Crystal Palace, Liverpool Fc, United, Palace, Valencia, Antonio Valencia, Jesse Lingard, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, De Gea


Brexit: Labour defeat removes last obstacle to party backing second referendum – Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the Commons debate on the next Brexit stepsWhich Brexit amendments have been selected?Labour suspends Williamson over antisemitism remarksPMQs: Corbyn scores well with Labour’s greatest hits 7.38pm GMT This is from the Telegraph’s Steven Swinford.Heard rumours that ERG could mobilise *against* the Cooper amendment this eveningIt's just that at this stage - have not been able to substantiate - but hearing Euroscept...
Tags: Europe, Politics, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, Labour, House Of Commons, Bercow, Telegraph, Pmqs, Keir Starmer, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn, Peter Bone, Corbyn


UK PM May proposes votes on no-deal exit and Brexit delay if her deal rejected: Telegraph

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is proposing that parliament votes on whether to leave the European Union without a deal or delay Brexit if her exit deal fails to win parliamentary approval, a Daily Telegraph reporter said on Twitter. "The PM (Prime Minister) has said there will be a three line whip on an amendable motion tomorrow that will commit to two votes on March 12th in the event that her deal fails," Telegraph reporter Steven Swinford wrote, citing details of an ong...
Tags: UK, London, News, European Union, Theresa May, Telegraph, Daily Telegraph, Brexit, Reuters, Steven Swinford


UK PM May considers plan to delay Brexit by two months: The Telegraph

British Prime Minister Theresa May is considering a plan under which Britain's exit from the European Union would be delayed for up to two months, the Telegraph reported https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/02/24/exclusive-brexit-will-delayed-two-months-plans-considered-theresa on Sunday. UK government officials have drawn up a series of options, which were circulated at the weekend, in a bid to avoid resignations by ministers determined to support a backbench bid to take a "no deal" Brexi...
Tags: UK, News, European Union, Britain, Theresa May, Telegraph, Brexit


Venezuela's Juan Guaido says 'all options open' after soldiers set fire to aid convoys in deadly border clashes

Aid trucks go up in flames as soldiers fire tear gas Two people killed, rights group says Around 300 wounded at Venezuela border crossings Country in turmoil as military officers defect Juan Guaido​ says 'all options open' Juan Guaido, Venezuela's self-declared interim president, proposed that Washington consider "all options" to oust Nicolas Maduro on Saturday night after troops violently repelled foreign aid convoys from the border. At least two people were killed and around 300 in...
Tags: Europe, Florida, New York, News, Washington, China, Russia, US, Bloomberg, Ap, Cnn, Colombia, United States, United Nations, Brazil, Marco Rubio


Venezuelan soldiers set fire to aid convoys at Colombia border as two killed in clashes

Aid trucks go up in flames as soldiers fire tear gas Two people killed, rights group says Colombia says 285 wounded at Venezuela border crossings Country in turmoil as military officers defect Juan Guaido​ says 'all options on table' Humanitarian aid destined for Venezuela was set on fire last Saturday night, seemingly by troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, as two people were killed and hundreds injured in violent clashes at the borders. Volunteers working for Juan Guaido, the self...
Tags: Europe, Florida, New York, News, China, Russia, US, Ap, Cnn, Colombia, United States, United Nations, Brazil, Marco Rubio, Un, Venezuela


Venezuelan soldiers set fire to aid convoys as troops fire tear gas at protesters on Colombia border

Humanitarian aid destined for Venezuela was set on fire last Saturday night, seemingly by troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, as scores of people were injured in violent clashes on a bridge into the country. Volunteers working for Juan Guaido, the self-declared interim president, frantically tried to salvage the medical supplies and emergency rations before they went up in flames. The blaze, which sent acrid smoke up into the sky and filled the air with sickly smells mingled with tear gas,...
Tags: Europe, New York, News, China, Russia, US, Ap, Cnn, Colombia, United States, Brazil, Un, Venezuela, Telegraph, Ecuador, Donald Trump


Everton & Watford agree Marco Silva compensation package

Investigation into the move called off Everton and Watford have agreed a compensation package over Marco Silva’s move to Goodison Park with the threat of a tapping-up investigation now gone. Marco Silva was sacked by Watford midway through last season despite the Hornets making a brilliant start to the campaign. Silva had Watford playing some brilliant football which actually saw them reach the Champions League spots early on. That was very different to the fortunes of Everton, with Ronald Koem...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Southampton, Everton, Telegraph, Hull City, Watford, Ronald Koeman, Psg, Goodison Park, Watford Fc, Board, St Mary, Koeman, Silva