By Kate Kelland
Forget anabolic steroids in easy-to-swallow tablets, or EPO in clean syringes. Ancient Olympic dopers got their pre-Games hormone boost from chewing on raw animal testicles.
By Steven C. Johnson and Jonathan Cable
U.S. and euro zone manufacturing struggled again in July while factory activity in Chinahit an eight-month low, surveys showed on Wednesday, as economies worldwide appeared to lose momentum.
Farce Security at the Olympics in London after the fiasco of G4S, the private company that was contracted the smooth running of the Games, now you have lost the keys to Wembley Stadium.
LONDON – Hundreds of empty seats in the stands were sold out despite the declared and the impossible to hunt card, blackout of information to the public and journalists during the test road cycling, the Olympic Park visitors who complain that you do not see the torch. On the second day of competition are holding court controversy at the Games in London.
LONDON — A celebration of free healthcare, the trade union struggle, the battle for women’s rights and a fleeting lesbian kiss: the Olympics opening ceremony Friday did not shy away from weighty social issues.
The British government has decided to deploy an additional 1,200 military soldiers at the London 2012 Olympic Games amid rising concerns over the security of the Games.
By Chris Hughes
THOUSANDS more troops are on standby to police the Olympics, it was revealed yesterday.
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Olympic security plans fell under fresh scrutiny Sunday, with a newspaper reporting that several people on a terror watch list have been waved through airport border controls without being flagged and officials trying to calm the uproar over a security contractor’s failure to provide its promised number of staff.