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Eight people were found alive at Hotel Rigopiano in the mountain village of Farindola, Friday, over 48 hours after a series of earthquakes in central Italy caused an avalanche to bury the site in snow. Two of the survivors were reportedly taken to a hospital in nearby Pescara, while the six others are still being dug out from snow and rubble. At least one of the survivors is reportedly a young girl. Video ID: 20170120- 040 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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But after getting funding from her family for the business idea, she struggled to find a toy manufacturer that would take it on. Some of the manufacturers are saying it's too expensive to produce black dolls, because they are not in demand, so white dolls are in demand worldwide.
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That led to more trains being late. More being cancelled. That in turn sparked complaints from passengers, pressure from politicians, and a demand from the Scottish Government for ScotRail to produce a performance improvement plan. Now since then, ScotRail services have become more punctual.
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If we can diagnose cancers currently being missed by this very inaccurate standard transrectal biopsy test, and find important cancers early and treat them early, then I think we could see a significant impact on long-term survival. MRI scanning could be a solution for thousands of men but there is also a problem, a shortage of machines and radiologists to meet demand.
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They're locked up, smashed up, covered in graffiti and a far cry from the British icon they are famous for being. Now however a pair of red phone boxes outside Leicester's rail station could be in line for an ingenious conversion into the city's smallest offices. The grade II listed boxes on London Road were decommissioned by BT in 2014 because of the low demand for public phones in the era of the mobile. Planning applications have been submitted to the city council to turn the boxes into...
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On-demand companies and the incoming president see eye-to-eye on regulation. But on issues like jobs and trade, things get a little sticky.
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Demand is growing in social care, adults with learning disabilities, and we have to protect children's services. Will you go ahead with a 15% increase before the referendum then if the referendum goes the wrong way from your point of view, you would unravel the increase? You have to.
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As the provisions remind us of what things were like back in the 1950s and I suggest they do provide evidence as to why now in the 21st century there is no place for them on the statute book. So, the next point that I look at when considering a Private Member's Bill, when one comes before the House on a Friday, is how big is the problem that the bill seeks to address? was the demand for stewards exceeded supply and a total dismissal of gay or bisexual workers would have decimated the workforce and made ships inoperable.
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Journalist Ulrich Mattner guided a women-only group through Frankfurt's red light district, in a tourist tour known as 'Sex in the City,' on Thursday night. Mattner explained that the tour had been around for the past five years and that his connections to those working in the red light district allowed him to carry out such work. He took the group of women to visit two sex workers, one a dominatirx and the other a manager at a bar. SOT, Ulrich Mattner, Journalist (German): "The tour has been running for the past five years and today in Bordell we will go to Vanessa, to a dominatrix, and we're going to Claudia who is the manager of an Animier bar booth and we she will clarify why men will pay 300 euros for a bottle of champagne." Video ID: 20170120 030 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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Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't. Yes, the ATP is changing, but it's more about Djokovic 's changes. His groundstrokes have lost a little bite, his game is more defensive and he is vulnerable to power players who can run him to the corners and finish their shots. It might only be five percent difference, but margins are small and a four-set win can turn to a five-set loss. Djokovic has the physical tools to compete for major titles, probably for a few more years, but it will demand every ounce of his desire, optimum fitness and a restoration of his confidence. There will come a time when he must break through heading into a third-set stalemate. Will he rip off his shirt, stare at the court with frenzied determination and march back to break his opponent? There is time enough for further greatness, but it will be different going forward.
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Journalist Ulrich Mattner guided a women-only group through Frankfurt's red light district, in a tourist tour known as 'Sex in the City,' on Thursday night. SOT, Ulrich Mattner, Journalist (German): "The tour has been running for the past five years and today in Bordell we will go to Vanessa, to a dominatrix, and we're going to Claudia who is the manager of an Animier bar booth and we she will clarify why men will pay 300 euros for a bottle of champagne." Video ID: 20170120 030 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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