Goal
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As the Bianconeri prepare for a second final in three years, the Italy international feels they have improved since their last defeat
Lincolnshire Echo
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The pain and anguish of losing her husband in a car crash was enough to cope with without mounting money worries - and that's why Katherine Troy wants to help struggling widows. When dedicated dad-of-two and much loved teacher Gordon Troy, 41, was killed by a motorist driving carelessly on Boxing Day 2015 on the A15 in Metheringham, his devoted family was devastated. But almost immediately his wife Katherine had serious financial problems and had to wait a full five months for her pension...
Sputnik International
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BBC News 24
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billion on its military. Saudi Arabia spent almost $64 billion, which was 23 billion less than in 2015. And in 2016 the Uk's military expenditure was 54 billion dollars. Something we have talked about that is interesting is the size of America's military budget and the fact that between us, we almost know no one who serves on it. It's remarkable. At the head of World War II, 12%.
Channel 4
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considerable as Corbyn and May, inevitably. Mr Corbyn himself has been in Scotland is trying to claw back some of the seats Labour lost in the near wipe-out by the SNP in 2015. We are putting forward a transformational manifesto that will increase.
Channel 4
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Nicola Sturgeon pulling the strings. This seat was the Tory's biggest gain from the Lib Dems in 2015 when they ousted Vince Cable. On Twickenham Green today, there was a bank holiday fete for local charities. I am going.
Channel 4
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Home Secretary's power to ban Britons abroad from returning home has been used just once since 2015. Amber Rudd said the tool is therefore security services if they need it. My priority is making sure that we give the security services and the police be based to continue.
KyivPost
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The Event Chronicle
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This cable summarizes our assessment of these vulnerabilities and suggests that there may be actions, statements, and signals that the USG can send that will improve the likelihood of such opportunities arising .” [emphasis added] Much like Operation Cyclone, under Barack Obama, the CIA was spending approximately $1 billion a year training Syrian rebels (to engage in terrorist tactics , nonetheless). The majority of these rebels share ISIScore ideology and have the express aim of establishing Sharia law in Syria. Just like in Afghanistan, the Syrian war formally drew in Russia in 2015, and Brzezinski’s legacy was kept alive through Obama’s direct warning to Russia’s Vladimir Putin that he was leading Russia into another Afghanistan-style quagmire. So where might Obama have gotten this Brzezinski-authored playbook from, plunging Syria further into a horrifying six-year-long war that has, again, drawn in a major nuclear power in a conflict rife with war crimes and crimes against humanity ? The answer: from Brzezinski himself.
TIME - Top Stories
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Ars Technica
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RPV away, off the stern of the USS Iowa in 1987. (credit: US Navy photo) Today is Memorial Day in the US, and we wanted to recognize the Ars readers and staff who've served by resurfacing another military memory from our resident Navy man, Sean Gallagher. Sean served aboard the USS Iowa , and here he recalls how he contributed to drone warfare with chocolate chip cookies (seriously). This piece originally ran in May 2015. Two weeks ago, I made a pilgrimage to the Port of Los Angeles to visit the ship that played a central part in setting me on the path that put me where I am today—the battleship USS Iowa . And as I walked toward the Big Stick at its new home in San Pedro, a ship's boat sitting on the pier alongside her triggered a recollection of one of the most memorable episodes in my tour aboard Iowa: a night in late September of 1987 when I left my somewhat minor mark on the history of drone warfare with a box of chocolate chip cookies.
BBC One London
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from the same party. So he finds it perhaps difficult to give them the kick they need when they are underperforming. Labour also achieved around 7000 votes in 2015
ITV
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We are not out of it yet. Without than a dodgy car. We are not out of it yet. Without us there would have been no referendum or "out" it yet. Without us there would have Jackie Doyle Price narrowly won in 2015 and wasn't available to speak to us today but gave a statement saying -.
ITV
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split the Conservatives, Labour and UKIP in 2015. And it looks set to be close this time, too. I will be voting Labour and the reason is that I think they are the most inclusive party and therefore the many, not the few
Bleacher Report
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The NBA is undergoing this transition in which teams are shooting more threes, but some still aren't launching enough. Margins of victory and per-possession differentials are bound to increase when a larger share of field-goal attempts are worth more and there remains a distinct variance among volume and efficiency. Series length is a more reasonable, if slightly pressing, issue. It took 74 total games to wrap the first three rounds this yearfewest in the best-of-seven era: Even this doesn't feel particularly damning. It has taken one more game to reach the NBA Finals three times before, and the 2015 postseason boasted only two additional tilts. Maybe, then, general hostility is more about the conference finals. The Warriors swept the short-handed Spurs; the Cavaliers dispatched the Celtics in five tries. Nine games out of a possible 14 is hardly a treat.
Bleacher Report
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He has a big job on his hands at Barca, who finished the 2016-17 season with only a Copa del Rey triumph to celebrate. They lost out on La Liga to Real Madrid and were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League at the quarter-final stage by Juventus . It made for a disappointing campaign, especially after Barca had won two league titles, two Copa del Reys and a Champions League in Enrique's first two seasons in charge in 2014-15 and 2015-16.
France 24
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The Iran Project
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TasnimIran’s Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani slammed Washington’s backing for Saudi rulers whose hands are stained with the blood of Yemenis, saying US President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Riyadh showed the true color of the so-called advocate of human rights. “We all witnessed how the US president went to a country whose rulers have their hands stained with the blood of Yemen’s innocent people and have committed the gravest war crimes,” Ayatollah Amoli Larijani said in a meeting of high-ranking judiciary officials on Monday, referring to Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia. Since March 25, 2015, Saudi Arabia and some of its Arab allies have been carrying out airstrikes against the Houthi Ansarullah movement in an attempt to restore power to Yemen’s fugitive former president. According to Yemen’s Legal Center of Rights and Development, the Saudi campaign has claimed the lives of over 12,000 Yemenis and left more than 20,000 others wounded.
The Iran Project
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ABC News - International
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Daily Mail - Football
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ADAM CRAFTON AT WEMBLEY: In Wagner's own words, his chairman Dean Hoyle appointed 'an unknown and crazy German' in the November of 2015. Well, everybody knows him now.
The Event Chronicle
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KyivPost
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Bleacher Report
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Korver hasn't been electric for Cleveland, contributing just 4.2 points in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Celtics. However, Korver has knocked down 41.5 percent of his threes in the postseason, flashing in spurts what he brings with LBJ on the floor. Vice Sports' Michael Pina compared him to a condiment: With Korver on the floor, Cleveland's Offensive Rating has climbed to 121.5 during the playoffs, the fourth-highest on the team behind Channing Frye, Kevin Love and James, per NBA.com. Put simply: Cleveland is lethal when Korver checks in, even if he's not splashing threes. Warriors: Klay Thompson Sharpshooter Klay Thompson is down nearly 10 points a game from last year's playoffs. In 2015-16, the Splash Brother averaged 24.3 points while shooting 42.4 percent from beyond the arc. This year has been a far cry from last year's assassin-like accuracy.