06-07 03:07 LENTA.RU Женщина пять лет растила на пальце огромный рог

Жительнице Индии удалили выросший на пальце рог. Пациентка отметила, что новообразование впервые возникло на ее руке пять лет назад. Однажды она удаляла опухоль, но она вновь отросла и увеличилась в размерах. Хирурги подтвердили, что это доброкачественное образование и удалили его.


06-07 03:05 ВЕСТИ После отравления "Кротом" врачам пришлось ввести Алибасова в медикаментозный сон

Врачи ввели Бари Алибасова в медикаментозный сон. Об этом сообщил сын музыкального продюсера. Состояние пострадавшего оценивают как стабильно тяжелое, об операции речь пока не идет. 4 июня Алибасов попал в реанимацию института Склифосовского после того, как случайно выпил химикаты.


06-07 03:01 THE GUARDIAN Women’s World Cup 2019: all you need to know but were afraid to ask

The key details, including when the tournament is happening, who to look out for and how to follow it

The tournament is being hosted by a European nation, France, for only the third time. The host cities reflect the cultural and geographical diversity of their country. Montpellier and Rennes are cities ensconced in Medieval history, Grenoble is set against a mighty Alpine backdrop, and Nice is the flashy but beautiful hub of the Côte d’Azur. Lyon is one of the gastronomic capitals of Europe, so one imagines the steak-and-ale pies at the Stade de Lyon (capacity 57,900) are top notch. Paris is Paris, and will hold a ‘Fan Experience’ in the admittedly stunning Forum des Halles shopping centre that Fifa is optimistically describing as “unmissable”.


06-07 03:01 THE GUARDIAN NHS drive for diversity in key roles ‘going backwards’

Study finds fewer woman and BME people in key jobs at NHS trusts, despite initiatives to improve representation

Fewer women and people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds are being given key roles running NHS trusts, prompting claims that the health service is going backwards on diversity and inclusion.

The proportion of chairs and non-executive directors of NHS trusts in England who are from an ethnic minority has almost halved from 15% in 2010 to just 8%, research shows.


06-07 03:01 THE GUARDIAN NHS drive for diversity in key roles ‘going backwards’

Study finds fewer woman and BME people in key jobs at NHS trusts, despite initiatives to improve representation

Fewer women and people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds are being given key roles running NHS trusts, prompting claims that the health service is going backwards on diversity and inclusion.

The proportion of chairs and non-executive directors of NHS trusts in England who are from an ethnic minority has almost halved from 15% in 2010 to just 8%, research shows.


06-07 03:01 THE GUARDIAN Dr John, legendary genre-bending New Orleans musician, dies at 77

Family thanks ‘all who have shared his unique musical journey’ after Rock & Roll Hall of Famer suffers heart attack

Dr John, the New Orleans musician who blended black and white musical styles with a hoodoo-infused stage persona and gravelly bayou drawl, died Thursday, his family said. He was 77.

In a statement released through his publicist, the family saidDr John, who was born Mac Rebennack, died “toward the break of day” of a heart attack. They did not say where he died or give other details. He had not been seen in public much since late 2017, when he canceled several gigs. He had been resting at his New Orleans area home, publicist Karen Beninato said last year in an interview.


06-07 02:57 THE GUARDIAN Matildas delivered blow on eve of Women's World Cup with Laura Alleway ruled out

  • Defender sustains suspected fractured foot
  • Matildas left with no back-up centre-back

Australia’s preparation for the Women’s World Cup has suffered an 11thhour setback with the withdrawal through injury of the experienced defender, Laura Alleway.

A veteran of two World Cups and a defensive lynchpin during the 2015 campaign in Canada, the 60-cap centre-back was expected to push starters Clare Polkinghorne and Alanna Kennedy for a first XI berth.


06-07 02:56 FOXNews Authorities: Woman who left newborn in woods in '93 charged

Authorities in Ohio say a woman who put her newborn baby boy in a garbage bag and left him in a wooded area in 1993 has been charged with aggravated murder after detectives tracked her down using familial DNA.


06-07 02:55 RT RUS Гол Промеса помог Нидерландам обыграть Англию в полуфинале Лиги наций

Preview Сборная Нидерландов в дополнительное время победила национальную команду Англии в полуфинале Лиги наций УЕФА.
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06-07 02:55 RT RUS Гол Промеса помог Нидерландам обыграть Англию в полуфинале Лиги наций

Preview Сборная Нидерландов в дополнительное время победила национальную команду Англии в полуфинале Лиги наций УЕФА.
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