Derby Telegraph
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The computer failure, which affected 75,000 travellers using Gatwick and Heathrow, means that the pressure will now be on shares in London when the stock market reopens.
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John Podesta graduated from Land Tech High School in 1967 in Chicago at 18 or so and it says on his page that he completed college in 1971 in the same state of Illinois. That doesnt mean he couldnt have traveled around though. The timeline appears to be very consistent. Almost fits like a glove. During his time in college he helped Eugene McCarthy’s candidacy to the Democratic Party. Now here is a timeline that would have put McCarthy and the Podesta brothers in the Washington D.C. area at the time of Cathy’s murder. Just to note it is only a 30-40 minute drive from D.C. to Baltimore: November 2nd 1969 Senator McCarthy giving a press conference in Washington D.C. November 7th 1969 Sister Cathy Cesnikdisappeared’. November 7th 1969 Senator Eugene McCarthy was debating in the Senate about a bill per The DeMoins Register newspaper on November 6th: November 13th 1969 an estimated 45,000+ (this number varied between sources) people marched and protested in an anti-war effort in Washington D.
BBC News 24
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as a source of heat, he processed 10,000 feet of film on the mountain to be sure that he'd got the right composition and good exposures. What was your father's motivation? It was the fact that it had not been climbed, a feeling of doing this for King and country, and that it should be.
Derby Telegraph
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If you're looking for an idyllic home in the heart of Breaston this one could be yours, if you have £875,000 to spare. There is something about the picture of this beautiful detached home the dog relaxing on the lawns, chairs waiting to welcome the hard working gardener or perhaps the gin and tonic drinker and now's your chance to own it all. On a warm day there is nothing finer than relaxing in the garden and this house in Poplar Road offers the perfect spot...
Global News
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Men's Fitness
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The study was undertaken by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a branch of the WHO, and looked at data from 43,000 people tracked for an average of 12 years. More than 1,600 of them were diagnosed with an obesity-related cancer during the period. BMI, waist circumference and waist-to-hip ratio were correlated with the risk of obesity-related cancers, with the study finding that all three measurements of body fat were good indicators. RECOMMENDED: How To Measure Body Fat Where waist measurement can prove most useful is in highlighting the amount of visceral fat a person is carrying. This type of fat wraps around the organs and is a greater danger to health than fat carried elsewhere on the body, and a larger waist size is a good indicator that a person is carrying high levels of visceral fat. The BMI measurement uses a simple weight measurement and so does not differentiate between the amount fat or muscle on the body, and it also cannot identify where fat is carried.
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U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday paid tribute to "a new generation of American patriots" who, he said, "are fighting to win the battle against terrorism." They are "risking their lives to protect our citizens from an enemy that uses the murder of innocents to wage war on humanity itself," added Trump. He made the remarks in a Memorial Day speech at the 253-hectare Arlington National Cemetery just after he laid a wreath to honor the more than 300,000 military veterans who are buried there. Trump is expected at any time to announce a decision on a Pentagon request for an increase in the number of U.S. troops for the continuing war in Afghanistan. Barack Obama, in the final months of his presidency, did not make a decision on the Defense Department request, preferring to hand it off to the incoming president who would be commander-in-chief by the time any additional forces would head to what has become America's longest-running military campaign.
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Traffic is in a mess not just on Indian roads. Its skies too, it seems, have become chaotic with the country’s aviation infrastructure inadequate to cope with growth in air traffic. The result is a sharp increase in near misses or air proxes — in aviation parlance, it is when aircraft are separated by less than 1,000 feet vertically and 30,000-150,000 feet horizontally, in effect just a few seconds apart. Data from the aviation regulator show a 28 per cent increase in such incidents in 2016 from a year earlier. In 2016, total traffic grew 14 per cent over 2015. Industry analysts blame saturating capacity across key airports for most of the cases where aircraft come dangerously close. While the airport in Mumbai is operating at full capacity, it is chock-a-block in Delhi during peak hours:
KyivPost
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Forecasts of gross yields of fruit and berries, including grapes, have been lowered by 29 percent due to May frosts reported almost in all regions of Ukraine. The national forecast of yields of fruit and berries was reduced from 2.473 million to 1.755 million tonnes, the Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry said on its website, citing reports it had received from regional administrations. Stone fruit crops were hit by the frosts most, the forecast of their harvest was reduced by 39 percent, to 292,000 tonnes. In particular, the yield of apricots is projected at 33,300 tonnes, that of peaches and nectarines at 9,700 tonnes. Their earlier forecasts were 71,000 tonnes and 18,000 tonnes, respectively. The ministry projects that the loss of the yield of grapes will be 13 percent. Farmers are expected to gather 333,000 tonnes of grapes this year against the previously projected 380,000 tonnes.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Some of the most popular food for barbecues, including bacon and sausages, have been hit with a health warning. Bacon and sausages, as well as pork pies, are all at risk from a new virus linked to pig farms in Europe which has now spread to UK farms. The new strain of hepatitis E (HEV) is on the rise with more than 1,200 cases of serious illness and more than 60,000 people in Britain a year contracting the bug which gives people a flu-like illness. More: Knowing these symptoms could help you...
The Economic Times
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6% of its paid up equity shares, in June. The buyback will cost Rs 1500 crore, Bora said. The company has a cash reserve of Rs 6,300 crore and consolidated debt of Rs 14,000 crore.
Channel 4
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it's now 270,000. Let me finish, on the issue of social care and intergenerational fairness it's clear that the only way we can deliver the uplift in the pensions and decent social care with decent pay for carers and others is that we face difficult decisions and we can only do that..
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Theresa is it? And just astonished by Karen talking about Theresa May's track record because this was the woman who said she would bring immigration figures down to tens of thousands and they are still up at 270,000 at the beginning.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A pub car park which will be turned into a Co-op store has led to residents expressing concerns over the effect it will have on traffic in the village. The store is set to be built on the car park opposite The Wheatsheaf Inn, in Cropwell Bishop, and is due to open early next year. The company, which has opened a number of new stores in Nottinghamshire in the past year, is investing more than £600,000 in the site and will create 15 new jobs. But residents have said the store will ...
BBC News 24
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we wanted to give to the state of the US military. In Iraq nearly 4,500 US soldiers have been killed since the US-led invasion of 2003. And the number of US military deaths in Afghanistan stands at over 2,000. And here's a look at how much the US - and some other countries spent on their military last year. The US committed $611 billion to military spending in 2016, 15 billion more than the previous year. China was quite a way behind the US, but still with a total of $215 billion. Then there's a big drop to Russia, which spent a total of $69.