Tuesday’s headlines: Arsonists target businessman and hailed cancer drug

Good evening and welcome to Tuesday evening’s press briefing.

Top stories on the Daily Record website include: Arsonists target businessman for second time in a year, mother hit cop with bottle at Rangers title party and medics amazed by a anti-cancer drug.

Here are the main titles.

Arsonists target businessman in wealthy village for second time in a year



The burned car in Pallis Crescent

Arsonists targeted a car linked to a businessman whose house was previously offensive in a chic village.

The latest incident at a rented house in Bothwell, Lanarkshire, where a new £42,000 BMW 420 Coupe was destroy leaving the neighbors of Pailis Crescent reeling.

The fire occurred just a year after Alan’s luxury” caveman was set on fire in the garden of his home in McGuire Gate.

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Scottish mum hit cop with glass bottle on Rangers title night




A mother hit a police officer with a glass bottle during the Rangers title party.

Stephanie Donaldson, 30, threw it at an unknown officer who was part of a cordon in Glasgow George Square from the city center on May 15, 2021.

Hundreds of happy Gers supporters had gathered earlier in the day to celebrate the club’s maiden Scottish Premiership victory.

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Briton ‘raped on the beach in front of her husband after a man gave her a massage’



Police said yesterday they arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly raping a woman in North Goa
Police said yesterday they arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly raping a woman in North Goa

A British sightseeing was allegedly raped in front of her partner while on vacation in India, local media report.

The woman was allegedly assaulted by a man at the notorious Sweet Lake in Goa on June 2.

Authorities confirmed yesterday that a 32-year-old suspect has been arrested for the alleged rape.

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Love Island fans stunned by Gemma Owen’s age and call for change to show



Gemma arrives at the villa
Gemma arrives at the villa

fans of ITV hit reality show the island of love were introduced to the new batch of singletons on Monday night’s opening episode. It was the first opportunity for viewers to get to know the first arrivals in the villa.

After being first told about the five girls, one of them sparked a big conversation just by revealing her age. Gemma Owen, son of former footballer Michael, told her VT she was just 19 – becoming the baby of the group.

The commotion was such that the term “she’s 19” was even fashionable Twitter . While some viewers questioned his eligibility for the program, others compared what they were doing at the same age.

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Doctors marveled at experimental cancer drug that ‘cures’ every patient in trial



Illustration of colorectal polyps, showing numerous polyp protrusions on the lining of the intestine.
The drug was effective in patients suffering from a form of rectal cancer

An experiment cancer drug showed promising success, apparently curing all of the patients involved in its trial.

The medication called dostarlimab, can cure a form of rectal cancer, with 100% of the 18 participants appearing to overcome the disease with minimal side effects.

Participants received the drug every three weeks for six months for the study, which was carried out by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC).

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