Nabil Karoui, one of the two candidates in the runoff to become Tunisias president, was released after threatening to seek postponement of Sundays vote. Football chiefs were warned about dangers of heading leather balls by medics in 1966. Football authorities were 'warned about the dangers of frequently heading the ball by doctors in 1966'. New research showed that former players are three-and-a-half times more likely to die of dementia. Donald Trump tells his supporters 'don't hurt them please' amid protests at Pittsburgh conference. President Trump was speaking at the Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh last night when he berated demonstrators. He told the protesters to 'go home to mom' as one was being led out. Zuckerberg to Admit That Facebook Has Trust Issues. The chief executive is expected to testify on Wednesday at a House committee hearing about his companys cryptocurrency project. 50% European food has too much sugar, salt or fat for children. Researchers looked at nearly 3,000 breakfast cereals, yoghurts, ready meals and processed meats and seafood on supermarket shelves in 20 EU countries. Knives on Britain's streets at highest level for nearly a DECADE. Figures from the Ministry of Justice show in the12 months to the end of June, 22,306 offences were formally dealt with by the courts in England and Wales,up from 21,314 on the same period last year. Taylor Swift's Lover is a good title but running to 62 minutes, it's half killer and half filler. Taylor Swift is in love. The first clue is in the name of her new album. The second clue is on the cover, where puffy pink clouds loom behind her like an Instagram filter gone wrong. With One Round to Go, Nakamura Holds Lead at Tata Steel. With an easy draw in the penultimate round, Hikaru Nakamura preserved his lead, while Viswanathan Anand, the world champion, was lucky to escape with a draw against a 16-year-old grandmaster. Joe Biden, in Scranton, Says Trump Owes Current Economy to Obama Years. In a speech that was billed as an outline of Mr. Bidens economic policy, the former vice president attacked President Trumps biggest argument for re-election. G.M. Walkout Begins to Pinch Suppliers and Canada Plants. The strike by the United Auto Workers, in its fifth day, is causing layoffs in related operations but has not yet resulted in shortages at dealers. Amazon launches home delivery service that will save Aussies 10 per cent on their grocery shop. Amazon Australia has stepped up its competition with Coles and Woolworths by offering customers massive savings on home-delivered groceries. The S.E.C.s Clayton Turns Oversight Partisan. The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board thrives on its independence. The Trump administration is eroding it. M.I.T. Media Lab, Already Rattled by the Epstein Scandal, Has a New Worry. Former researchers for a food computer initiative at the lab say the projects leader misled outsiders about how it was going. Police raid homes in Northern Ireland as detectives probe journey of lorry driver. Police in Northern Ireland are carrying out raids as detectives continue to probe the journey of a lorry driver and his vehicle that carried 39 migrants to their deaths. Labour suspends peer over sexual harassment allegations. The Lords Commissioner for Standards, Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, upheld four complaints about the conduct of Lord Stone of Blackheath, a former joint managing director of Marks and Spencer. Moderate weight gain may be healthiest in twin pregnancies. (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women may be "eating for two" - or more - but when it comes to twin pregnancies, gaining too much weight may be as bad as gaining too little, a U.S. study suggests. The Good Hotel Guide's hotels of the year, from a country house in Shropshire to a BB in Derbyshire. A ferry inn on the shores of a Scottish loch and a Derbyshire longhouse are also among the winners in the Good Hotel Guide's Cesar awards. The 2020 Oscars of the hotel industry are revealed here. Noel Gallagher and Sara MacDonald pack on the PDA at Louis Vuitton. They met almost 20 years ago in a nightclub in Ibiza. Record number of five-year mortgage deals as families look to take advantage of ultra-low rates. Customers can choose from 1,542 different five-year fixed-rate mortgages at building societies and banks according to data firm Moneyfacts, almost twice as many as were available five years ago. Margaret Atwood, Jessie Burton and Niall Williams This week's best new fiction reviews. An international publishing sensation decades in the making and now in the running for the Man Booker Prize, Atwood's sequel to her dystopian classic, The Handmaid's Tale.