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It's a lot of phone for a good price. Total cost over 24 months is 1,032. Get this Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus deal at Mobile Phones Direct Best Samsung Galaxy S8 deal with big data Samsung Galaxy S8 on Three | 99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | 40pm This is a pretty astonishing deal from Three considering the sheer amount of data you get to play with a month. Unless you genuinely think you'll need one, we'd go for this over Three's unlimited data deals everytime. You'll save over 500 if you do, and will still have an enormous data allowance for streaming and downloading away from wi-fi. Total cost over 24 months is 1059.99 View this deal: at Affordablemobiles.net Best Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus deal with big data Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus on Vodafone | FREE upfront | 16GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | 46pm (with cashback) Although Three is offering a decent rate for 30GB data on the Plus as well, the free handset you get with this Vodafone offer catches the eye thanks to the 48 cashback spread over the term.
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Eric Zuesse A new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey , published on 26 April, indicates that most American voters support the military-industrial complex more than they support any other recipient of U.S. federal government spending. The military-industrial complex includes almost all federal contractors, the top ten of which, in the ranking of the “Top 100 Contractors of the U.S. federal government” , are all military suppliers: 1: Lockheed Martin. 2: Boeing. 3: General Dynamics. 4: Raytheon. 5: Northrop Grumman. 6: McKesson. 7: United Technologies. 8: L-3. 9: Bechtel. 10: BAE. Those ten firms would be the likeliest main beneficiaries from today’s America’s extremely pro-military-industrial-complex public, which is clearly revealed in this poll. 2,032 American voters were asked in the poll a list of objectives that might be so important as to justify “the government must shut down.
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We regret the fall of the martyrs and grieve, but what makes us happy is that our fighters are keen to protect their people, their dignity and their homeland, to protect the brothers of people and to live together and rid us of these terrorists who have come to us from around the world." SOT, Ahmed Yabsa, Local resident (Kurdish): "We declare a mourning in the city of al-Abyad for three days and the closure of all the official circles as a result of the fall of eighteen martyrs of the Syrian Democratic Forces by a mistake in the Raqqa campaign near Tabqa and all the martyrs of the Arab town." SOT, Ahmed Yabsa, Local resident (Kurdish): "We cover the whole spectrum of the region of the Arab tribes, Christians, Armenians and Turkmen and Syrian unites without discrimination in order to expel ISIS from the region and liberate our people in Raqqa city." Video ID: 20170414 032 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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At least 1,032 people were executed in 23 countries in 2016, Amnesty International reportred. This is 37 percent less than in 2015, when a record 3,117 people were sentenced to die worldwide.
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For the first time since 2006, the United States is no longer one of the five countries carrying out the most executions in the world, according to a new report by Amnesty International. The number of U.S. executions hit a quarter-century low last year , when the country put 20 people to death. Across the globe, documented executions were also down 37 percent. Some 1,032 people were executed in 23 countries in 2016, after a record 1,634 people were put to death in 2015. Amnesty International says the total number of global executions is likely much higher, but figures from countries in conflict, like Syria, or those with secretive governments, like China and North Korea, are unreliable ― if released at all. Read the full report from Amnesty International below. China continues to lead the world in the use of the death penalty. Amnesty International reports that annual executions there likely number in the low thousands.
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Description Credits Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Anti-death penalty Amnesty International report reveals number of executions fell in 2016 - but China is keeping its figures secret In Depth Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 1:56am The number of executions across the world fell by more than a third in 2016, according to a new report from Amnesty International . At least 1,032 people were executed in 23 countries last year, down from 1,634 in 2015. However, Amnesty says the number of death sentences imposed - 3,117 - is a significant increase on the previous year and exceeds the previous highest total recorded in 2014. There is one country which was not included in the data but which is believed to have carried out more executions that the rest of the world: China. Beijing carries out several thousand executions each year, but the figures are classified as state secrets.
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He added that Amnesty is calling on China to "come clean" and show the world how many people it is executing and sentencing to death each year. Amnesty's data for 2016 included executions from 23 countries other than China. Iran, Saudi Arabia Iran ranked second on the list with at least 567 executions in 2016. Saudi Arabia was third with 154, followed by Iraq with 88 and Pakistan with 87. While the worldwide total fell to 1,032, Amnesty said that was still above the average during the past 10 years. Crimes punished by death included drug offenses, spying, kidnapping, rape, blasphemy, treason and espionage. The methods of execution Amnesty noted were beheading, hanging, lethal injection and shooting. The United States had 20 recorded executions, its lowest since 1991. Last year was also the first time in a decade that the U.S. has not been among the top five in terms of total executions.
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Campaigners claim more than 100 women a year north of the border could benefit from taking Kadcyla. China executes more than the rest of the world combined China executed more people than all other nations put together last year, according to a report from Amnesty International. The charity says that although it is impossible to calculate the exact number executed by China, the figure is more than the 1,032 people killed by the state in other countries in 2016. The US has has fallen out of the top five countries for judicial killings. Over 900 adult social care workers quit every day More than 900 social care workers a day quit their job in England last year leading to vulnerable people receiving poorer levels of attention, according to the UK Homecare Association. In a letter to Theresa May, the chair of the organisation says the adult social care system has begun to collapse.