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BERLIN: VfL Wolfsburg guaranteed their Bundesliga survival on Monday as Euro 2016-winner Vieirinha scored to secure a 1-0 win away at Eintracht Braunschweig that sealed a 2-0 aggregate victory in their relegation play-off. Having won last Tuesday's home-leg 1-0 thanks to a Mario Gomez penalty, Wolfsburg were safe as Vieirinha smashed home the winning goal on the night just after the break. Yunus Malli's shot was saved, but the ball fell to the Portugal winger, who hit the back of the net with a first-time strike from the edge of the area. It was heartbreak for Braunschweig, who finished third in Germany's second division to earn their chance to face Wolfsburg, the 2009 German champions who finished 16th in the Bundesliga. "I am happy and relieved," said Andries Jonker - Wolfsburg's third coach this season after Dieter Hecking and Valerien Ismael were fired in October and February respectively.
BBC News 24
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Huddersfield Town wins a place in next year's Premier League, after their play-off battle with Reading went to penalties. And in half an hour, a look into a priceless archive of footage filmed by past explorers, including the world's first skyscrapers dating back to the 16th Century.
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Today a 16th arrest was made, and officers are searching a landfill site near Bury. and officers are searching From Manchester, here's our Home Affairs correspondent June Kelly. A young man in a hooded top, jogging pants and trainers, on his own on a Sunday morning shop. jogging pants and trainers,.
Fox News
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Greg Palkot has more on the investigation
TechCrunch
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In our 16th episode, we talk with Tom Kelly, a partner at IDEO, about the definition of innovation, how to take back your creative confidence, and the habits that can shape not only your current design team, but the up-and-coming design leaders of the world. The word innovation has gotten overused. Kelley says innovation, at the most fundamental level, is a fresh... Read More
Plymouth Herald
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PLYMOUTH Argyle are considered longer shots than Portsmouth and Doncaster Rovers for back-to-back promotions next season. Sky Bet, the EFL's main sponsor, has released its early odds for next season with the dust only just settling on the 2016/17 campaign. The Pilgrims are priced at 28/1 (joint-16 th) to lift the League One championship and 9/1 (joint-16th) to win promotion to the Championship in 12 months' time. With all 24 teams now confirmed for the third tier competition, former...
KyivPost
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At the time of writing the property had been on the market for three weeks, with Tikhonov saying that as it was advertised at below-market price, it would go quickly. The luxuryshell and coreArtem Tikhonov (R) shows the Kyiv Post an empty apartment in the Royal Tower residential complex in central Kyiv. Local agents say such properties see high rental demand after being furnished. (Oleg Petrasiuk) What’s on offer: A 16th floor, 64 square meeters apartment offered in “bare wallscondition Price: $160,000 /$2,500 per square meters Address: 34B Horkovo St. — 37D Saksahanskoho St. This apartment is located in Royal Tower, a brand-new development in central Kyiv. It’s very much aimed at the luxury sector of the market. With a bar on the ground floor, a spa and a roof garden, it is reminiscent of a five-star hotel. The price of an apartment here reflects the desirability of such properties, especially among locals who see them as preferable alternatives to the older Stalinkas.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Detail from the Süleymannâme) Suleiman the Magnificent earned his epithet, at least militarily. The Sultan of the Ottoman Empire for 46 years, he spent much of his time on campaign. Hungary and Persia felt the brunt of his martial genius, but perhaps his most famous victory was the Siege of Rhodes in 1522. It was a grudge match. The island of Rhodes was a blemish on the Ottoman Empire's record. It was held by the Order of St. John (also known as the Knights Hospitaller), and it withstood the Ottoman troops' siege in 1480. The Order of St. John had first been established to care for sick pilgrims in the Holy Land, but had been beaten back and militarized as Christians lost control over the region. At Rhodes they stood firm, but both sides knew that more conflict was inevitable. As soon as the enemy boats had disappeared over the horizon in 1480, the Order began raising and thickening the walls around their stronghold.
BBC Radio Wales
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trying to give you think you can do really replicate this form in the final wellies shortcut good mate and M and then the properties in a way to say we got over the shock of the way that they played then then we started singing and everything and it was just an outstanding weekend in a living for the weekend at least everybody was the Scarlet thank you very much indeed great results my Little Italy weather forecast before you leave you it's a bit of a mixed bag has to be said this morning dry but cloudy this afternoon showers with the risk of Hale and send us a top temperature of 20 Celsius taking her things looking out of my room three things to mention for the A55 quickly as you had to pass 16th evolve on the westbound side as a lane at the moment after an accident recovery just turned up on same as a look at the traffic Wales cameras and turning onto the eastbound carriageway the slip road is currently shut.
BBC Radio Ulster
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East leading to quite a bit of surface water and spray all that the roads eventually it turns a bit drive across the southern Counties later in the afternoon but still quite cloudy and dogs temperatures of 15 of 16 degrees adobe.com dryer tonight with a with a tenor 11th then another band of rain moves through tomorrow morning to be the Old Happy Birthday that as well it's moving through during the rush hour clearing by late morning and then the rest of the day bright and breezy with sunny spells just the odd shower and has a 16th 17th thank you Angela bank holiday Monday so perfectly quiet on the roads William F Buckley quiet on that you can you send me as sweet if you come across any delays at BBC NI travel is the address where you text a program is always on it one double seven one you've just been hearing about the British Airways disruption after the i t problems over the weekend with that assumption continues today only a long-haul shed.
Sky News
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That's easy to do. Thank you very much for coming in. Always a pleasure. Police have stormed a property in Sussex early this morning arresting a 16th pressure in connection with the Manchester attack. And MI 5 are.
BBC Radio Ulster
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this morning, arresting a 16th person in connection with the Manchester attack. In this.
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The Washington Times - Soccer
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ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta scored three goals in a seven-minute first-half burst in beating New York City FC 3-1 on Sunday. Paraguayan midfielder Miguel Almiron opened the scoring in the 16th minute then Argentine winger Hector Villalba made it 2-0 when he curled the ball into the net just three ...
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Judges 16th homer of the season tied him for the major league lead and was the decisive blow in the Yankees victory.
Variety
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David Michod, the director of the new Netflix movie War Machine, debuting this weekend, said that his initial reaction to reports that President Trumps advisers are calling for more troops in Afghanistan was one of bewilderment. I cant pretend to be surprised, he tells Varietys PopPolitics on SiriusXM. We are now in the 16th year... Read more »
21stCenturyWire
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In the US, many neoconservative republicans have been in favor of escalating the conflict in Syria and Quilliam’s involvement could be seen as another group behind the scenes designing a particular outcome for Western interests.” Manchester: Big Questions Remain Here's a couple of UK Column shows over the past week that pose a number of questions while providing a detailed analysis in order to breakdown the Manchester attack... Casting Crisis: History of Manufacturing Terror There has been an uncanny number of attacks preceded by anti-terror/multi-agency fusion drills that theatrically act out violence before an attack. This was something that happened prior to the Brussels attacks of 2016 , as well as London’s 7/7 bombings in 2005. Watch this ITV interview with Peter Power that reveals the 7/7 rehearsal drillsIncredibly, Power also predicted the 7/7 attacks a year earlier on BBC Panorama on May 16th 2004Here are two YouTube videos by IllusiveExposureRadio that raise a number of interesting questions, including a Manchester drill that we reported on here at 21WIRE a year ago that involved hundreds of civilian actors.
BBC Radio Ulster
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man charged told you that he was a bad text rather than tradition Stuart about text Robin station but he was about something even more important was about freedom of expression for Liberty the idea that you could read things and make up your own mind and those ideas resonate through the 16th century into the 17th and they find their full fruition in the enlightenment of the 18th century and costs that then leaves on Tyrone ideas of liberty and human rights oh he's absolutely relevant to know Siri anti-semitic in his writings and he's quite that you talked about him being pretty kind of Revolting I'm hopefully she was pretty Revolting about about Jews as well and and and his denunciations min-height 100 you approach that she is absolutely anti-semitic City towards the end of his life and there are no excuses.
ITV4
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That leaves the door open for Dave Newsham to get up the inside. Jack Goff's had a disappointing day as well, but as we say so often a bad race ruins the day for you. Moffat and Turkington then arguing over 16th place, come down towards Hislops
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Jordan doing a fabulous job with 75kg on. As Turkington is on the back of Moffat. When they went over the line, Moffat was 16th, Turkington 17th
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