By Warangkana Chomchuen, Warangkana Chomchuen The Wall Street Journal BiographyWarangkana Chomchuen @waanspeaking Google+ [email protected] Phred Dvorak and Phred Dvorak The Wall Street Journal BiographyPhred Dvorak @Phred_Dvorak Google+ [email protected] Jake Maxwell Watts Jake Maxwell Watts The Wall Street Journal BiographyJake Maxwell Watts @jmwatts_ Google+ [email protected] July 7, 2018 3:40 p.m. ET 67 COMMENTS “Are you back at home?” the Thai teenager texted to her boyfriend. Then: “Call me when you’re online.” About an hour later, at 10:58 p.m., she sent a heart sticker and four more messages: “Do you have to be like this when you go to Tham Luang cave?” “Where have you guys been? Dom isn’t online either.” “Nobody’s online.” “Where are you right now?” The intended recipient, 16-year-old Pornchai Kamluang, never answered. As the … [Read more...] about ‘Where Have You Guys Been?’: Thai Cave Challenge Quickly Became a Trap
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ON THIS DAY IN SPORT 1900: Worcestershire bowled Yorkshire out for just 99 in a County Championship match at Bradford but still went on to lose by an innings as they were bowled out for 43 and 51. 1921: The Second Division game between Stockport and Leicester attracted just 13 spectators to Old Trafford - the lowest crowd on record for a Football League match. 1990: Lancashire scored 863 runs in a county game against Surrey at The Oval, only 24 short of the Championship record set 94 years earlier. 2000: Manchester City netted four second-half goals to win promotion from Division One at Blackburn. 2006: Tottenham failed to qualify for the Champions League following a 2-1 defeat to West Ham, after many of their first team went down with food poisoning. 2008: Declan Kidney was confirmed as Ireland rugby union's new head coach. 2009: Graham Onions made a dream debut for England at Lord's, taking three wickets in a single over and five in the innings as the West Indies were bowled out for … [Read more...] about On this Day, May 7 2008: Declan Kidney was confirmed as Ireland rugby’s new head coach
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Will North Korea 'get rid of their nukes'? Questions answered before summits with South Korea, U.S. Will North Korea "get rid of their nukes" and other questions as summit looms between the North's Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 3 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Oren Dorell, USA TODAY Published 4:54 a.m. ChT April 25, 2018 | Updated 6:57 a.m. ChT April 25, 2018 CLOSE President Donald Trump says North Korea wants to hold a high-stakes meeting "as soon as possible" and he is praising Kim Jong Un as "very open" and "very honorable." (April 24) AP CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 3 … [Read more...] about Will North Korea ‘get rid of their nukes’? Questions answered before summits with South Korea, U.S.
People hoping to be parents in the UK are being sold “false hope” by foreign IVF clinics claiming success rates as high as 98 per cent based on highly selective data, the national fertility regulator has warned. These clinics are exhibiting at UK events for couples considering fertility treatment and making claims that no UK IVF provider would be allowed to make, said Sally Cheshire, chair of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA). The regulator said it was powerless to regulate overseas clinics, while fertility experts said some clinics are capitalising on the hopes of vulnerable people and could be dangerous if they led with these inflated claims of success. HFEA data on UK clinics in 2016 shows that for women under the age of 35 – who have the best odds of getting pregnant through IVF – on average each round of embryo implantation has just a 32.5 per cent chance. But one Cyprus clinic, part of the international fertility group Bahceci, … [Read more...] about Vulnerable would-be parents being sold ‘false hope’ by overseas IVF clinics, regulator warns
Our experts offer a guide to the top 25 destinations for a city break in 2018, including what to do and where to stay in Venice, Amsterdam, Florence, Lisbon, London, Barcelona and Reykjavik. Italy Rome Rome's mild Mediterranean climate is a persuasive draw for visitors from the cool north, but the main draw will always be the pulsating energy of a place which lives life as a form of theatre. There are great neighbourhood trattorias, quirky shops and a buzzing aperitivo scene. The challenge is deciding what not to do: there are so many churches, archaeological sites, piazzas and paintings to see that a lifetime is hardly enough. Where to stay J.K. Place Roma Rome, Italy 9 Telegraph expert rating One of Italy’s classiest townhouse hotels, J.K. Place has been much imitated, but few of the copies match the warm, suave, elegant original. The rooms derive much of their charm from the no-expenses-spared quality of the materials used, including antique fireplaces and … [Read more...] about The 25 best European city breaks for spring 2018 and where to stay