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Car production up on weaker pound and export rise The weaker pound and overseas demand combined to lift British car production to its best February for 17 years. According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, output rose by 8% to 153,041 units last month compared with a year ago. Production also sped up from January, when it rose by 7.5% year-on-year. Exports were up 13.4% to 118,898 in February. Quote of the daySingle market benefits 'largely imaginary' "The evidence shows that the disadvantages of non-membership of the EU and single market have been vastly exaggerated and that the supposed benefits of membership, whether for exports of goods and services, for productivity, for worldwide trade, or for employment, are largely imaginary." A study from social policy think-tank Civitas argues that no EU deal is better than a bad deal.
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Drake and Ed Sheeran will continue to live out their underdog narratives for the rest of their days as they take turns ousting each other as the King of Spotify. More Life , Drake's new 'playlist' released over the weekend, just shattered two of Ed Sheeran's streaming records he's held for less than a month according to the streaming service. SEE ALSO: 'Divide' is a choose-your-own adventure Ed Sheeran experience Drake now has the best first day streams for an album with 61,302,082 streams beating Sheeran's Divide , which earned 56,727,861 streams on March 3. Drizzy also has the most streams for any artist in a single day with 76,355,041 streams to Sheeran's 68,695,172 the first full day his new album was available. Read more... More about Music , Ed Sheeran , Spotify , Drake , and Entertainment
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Thousands of Mosul residents have been forced to flee the fighting as the campaign escalates. SOT Ala, father of Hawraa (Arabic): "They [Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIS/ISIL)] started shooting. There was shooting next to our house, which was in the corner. Then, an air strike hit them." SOT Ala, father of Hawraa (Arabic): "It has been three days, from the day before yesterday, from the 16th of this month, there were four people in the house, only she survived." Video ID: 20170319-041 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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Armed security services and emergency response teams remained on site outside Paris Orly Airport, Saturday, after a man who allegedly shot and injured a police officer in the north of the French capital tried to take a soldier’s firearm at the airport. The assailant was fatally shot during the incident. Around 3,000 passengers were evacuated from parts of the airport following the attack, with flights suspended from the south terminal, the site of the incident. The assailant has been identified as Ziyed B, and was known to security services prior to the attack. A full investigation is ongoing. Video ID: 20170318 041 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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Yemen’s Legal Center for Rights and Development, an independent monitoring group, has recently put the civilian death toll at 12,041, including 2,568 children and 1,870 women. According to the United Nations, nearly 3.3 million people in Yemen, including 2.1 million children, are acutely malnourished because of the war and total siege imposed on them. They include 460,000 children under age of five with the worst form of malnutrition, who risk dying of pneumonia or diarrhea. Why is the international community so indifferent to the heinous crimes committed by the Al Saud regime in the Arabian Peninsula country? Larudee : The attention of the world depends on the coverage of the major media, which in turn often depends upon government agencies, international bodies like the UN, and large NGOs, which report the slaughter of civilians like in Yemen.
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