Huang Li-min, a doctor from National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH), explained that it was possible the avian flu virus was not drug resistant when the patient was first infected, but mutated later to become resistant to Tamiflu. WT news feed
A first responder to the huge explosion last month at a Texas fertilizer plant was arrested Friday for possessing a pipe bomb — but officials aren’t linking his arrest to the deadly incident. The probe, however, is now a criminal matter, they said. WT news feed
A third suspected case of coronavirus has been reported in France. A nurse who had been in contact with the first confirmed patient may have contracted the potentially fatal condition alongside a doctor and a patient in a hospital in northern France. WT news feed
At a hearing on Thursday, an activist group called UK Uncut, which campaigns against tax avoidance programs, asked the court to review the circumstances leading up to a deal struck in 2010 between Goldman Sachs and British tax authorities. Under the deal, Goldman was allowed to avoid as much as ÃÂ£20 million, or million, in interest on unpaid taxes. WT news feed
The nation’s top intelligence official has ordered a review of the Boston Marathon bombing case amid questions about whether the U.S. should have known one of the suspects posed a threat.
Retired Gen. James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, has asked the inspector general who oversees the intelligence community to take a broad look at various agencies’ handling of information they received long before the bombing. It’s Not News Yet
The chairman of Unilever’s Spanish division, Jaime Aguilera Carmona, was one of a group of over 20 people arrested or formally named as suspects in the so-called “Pitiusa” operation to dismantle a ring that was trafficking in data, sources involved in the investigation said Wednesday. WT news feed