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A late goal gives Sao Paulo a 1-1 draw at home to CSA in Brazil

A late goal from Reinaldo saved Sao Paulo from a third league defeat in four games on Sunday and gave them a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw with lowly CSA at the Morumbi stadium. Reinaldo slid in to poke home a loose ball with four…

FTSE 100 falls on weak China data High oil prices lift major currencies

UK’s main index retreated after four days of gains as weak China data stoked global growth worries, while oil majors jumped 3% after crude oil prices surged following attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. The FTSE 100 <.FTSE>…

Gmail Bold Mode: How to enable bold mode on Gmail for Android and iOS

Dark mode is the popular option for staring at screens, as it can invert colours on your device. Dark versions not only look incredible – they can extend battery life and are also easier on the eyes at night. The look is becoming an…

Type 2 diabetes: Eating this popular ingredient may reduce blood sugar

Type 2 diabetes means a person’s pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin to control rising blood sugar levels. Over time, rising blood sugar levels can raise a person’s risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Luckily, as the…

Elizabeth McGovern Ren: Embarrassing Downton Abe’s star comments about the film

Downton Abbey is in the cinemas and fans can now see the Crawleys try to impress the royal family in a special visit. George V and his wife Queen Mary hitch up at the estate, with exciting results. The story of the film is an…

Dortmund crush Leverkusen to finish second in the Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund overpowered Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 on Saturday with two goals from captain Marco Reus to move into second place in the Bundesliga, a point behind leaders RB Leipzig. Leipzig are top on 10 points after drawing 1-1 with…

WhatsApp who was beaten as a competitor reveals why he has such a big advantage

WhatsApp continues to be the biggest app in the world when it comes to messaging. Latest stats show that over 1.5 billion people now use this Facebook-owned service with some 65 billion messages sent every single day. With an array of…

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