Nottingham Evening Post
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Police have released CCTV footage of three men they want to talk to in connection with a theft from a van in Clifton.Nottinghamshire Police has released the footage of the incident which took place on Friday, February 10, and officers are asking the public if they have any information.The theft happened in Kinsale Walk, Clifton, at 1.50am on Friday, February 10. They used unknown means to gain access to the van.Read more: Appeal after teenager is stabbed in leg in St Ann'sOne of the men captured...
Dover Express
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Dover Express
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Lincolnshire Echo
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A 'depressed' man who stole five slices of beef from Marks and Spencers has found himself in court. Thomas Robinson, 25, who lives at the Lincoln YMCA, took the meat from the store on February 21 and pleaded guilty to the offence. He was stopped outside the store by a street warden.Marie Stace, prosecuting at Lincoln Magistrates' court, said he made no attempt to pay for the goods. READ MORE: Thief admits stealing cash from Lincoln Cathedral charity box She said: Mr Robinson has gone...
Ruptly TV
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Bristol Post
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All the latest news and traffic, travel, sport and weather updates for Bristol and the West on Thursday, February 23. If it's happening in the city, you'll hear it here first. If it's happening in the wider world and we think you'll be interested, this is where you will find it. We're hoping you can be our eyes and ears in your own communities. If you've seen something going on and want us to check it out, please get in contact - call the newsdesk on 0117 934 3331, email...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A LANE is closed on the M180 due to an overturned car.The lane is closed junction four for the A15 and and junction five for Barnetby Interchange. The incident happened at around 8.13am this morning (Thursday, February 23). More to follow. MORE: Vicious thug Clint Clay locked up for 13 yearsRead today's top stories Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
Mashable
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One of the most anticipated devices to come out of this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the Huawei P10. Now, what appears to be a full set of press-ready photos, courtesy of leaker Evan Blass, shows us how the device will look from all sides. SEE ALSO: Huawei to launch P10 flagship phone on February 26 The phone seems to be quite similar to last year's P9 dual, Leica-branded cameras on the back and all with one big difference: The fingerprint sensor appears to have moved from the back of the device to a home button on the front. Huawei P10 pic.twitter.com/7UNx2w5blW Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 22, 2017 Read more... More about Huawei , Mobile World Congress , Mwc , Mwc2017 , and Huawei P10
Ruptly TV
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Riot police used tear gas against demonstrators, as dozens of high school students and their supporters tried to block the entrance to the Lycee Voltaire secondary school in Paris on Thursday, in protest against the rape of a young black man by French police. Students from several schools, mainly in Paris, took to the streets of the French capital to decry police brutality. The protest was part of a series of anti-police brutality rallies attended by thousands of people across France. A 22-year old youth worker, identified as Theo Luhaka, was sexually abused, including with a police baton, during an arrest in Aulnay-sous-Bois, a suburb of Paris, on February 2. The abuse caused him serious injuries for which he was rushed to a hospital. He required surgery due to the severity of the injuries. One of the police officers has been charged with rape, while three others were charged with assault.
International Business Times
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On 22 February, a stranger messaged Simpson claiming she had spent the night with Bloor on their holiday.
Fast Company
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The startup's whole-home Wi-Fi system is getting a price cut on its first birthday. Can it stay on top of the market it created? The startup's whole-home Wi-Fi system is getting a price cut on its first birthday. Can it stay on top of the market it created? After jump-starting the whole-home Wi-Fi market last February, Eero is celebrating its first birthday with price cuts. Read Full Story
Ruptly TV
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Riot police used tear gas against demonstrators, as dozens of high school students and their supporters tried to block the entrance to the Lycee Voltaire secondary school in Paris on Thursday, in protest against the rape of a young black man by French police. Students from several schools, mainly in Paris, took to the streets of the French capital to decry police brutality. The protest was part of a series of anti-police brutality rallies attended by thousands of people across France. A 22-year old youth worker, identified as Theo Luhaka, was sexually abused, including with a police baton, during an arrest in Aulnay-sous-Bois, a suburb of Paris, on February 2. The abuse caused him serious injuries for which he was rushed to a hospital. He required surgery due to the severity of the injuries. One of the police officers has been charged with rape, while three others were charged with assault.
BBC News 24
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It's Thursday the 23rd of February. Welcome to BBC Newsroom Live. Parts of the UK are facing travel disruption as Storm Doris arrives with winds reaching 94mph. There are severe weather warnings for across northern England, East Anglia, north Wales and the Midlands, and there is snow predicted in higher areas in Scotland.
euronews
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The Week
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The Iran Project
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Sky News
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This February half-term saw their busiest ever days. So much more is needed than what we are giving, and it's pretty insane, really. The kitchen is at capacity.
Techradar
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The LG G6 may be the most leaked phone in history. The launch is a matter of days away now and we're still seeing new photos of the phone each day. Reliable Twitter leaker Evan Blass has shared supposed promotional shots for the LG G6 that confirm the design of the phone we've seen in previous leaks. The fingerprint sensor is on the back of the phone with a dual-lens camera sat just above that. The secret story of how the LG G6 leaked online Not long now There's a metal uni-body around the sides of the phone, while the screen looks to have a really thin bezel and it's already been confirmed as a QHD 5.7-inch offering with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Other rumors for the LG G6 suggest it will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, Android 7 software, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and a non-removable 3,200mAh battery. The LG G6 will be launching in Barcelona on February 26, a day before Mobile World Congress 2017 kicks off where we expect to see the launch of the Huawei P10 and even new Nokia phones .
Nottingham Evening Post
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A power cut has hit nearly 600 homes in the Long Eaton area.At around 10am today (Thursday, February 23) power was lost to 594 properties in the NG10 postcode.Western Power Distribution engineers are currently en route to the scene to investigate.Read more: Storm Doris: Latest updates as attractions closeIt is not known what has caused the problem.The power cut follows an earlier issue in the Langley Mill area this morning.Around 1,600 customers in the NG16 postcode area lost their power...
The Sun Daily
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Under new measures to speed up repatriations, German immigration officials will be allowed to access smartphones and other digital devices of asylum seekers to help determine their identity and country of origin if they claim to have lost their passport. While Germany granted safe haven to most people from war-torn Syria, the government has argued that it can safely repatriate people to Kabul and other parts of Afghanistan, where German troops are part of NATO forces seeking to create stability. But the government has faced increasing opposition at the state level against sending Afghan nationals back home to an increasingly dangerous environment. In early February, 23-year-old Atiqullah Akbari suffered shrapnel injuries in a militant attack in Kabul, two weeks after he was deported from Germany. Akbari was picked up by German police in January from his home in Bavaria where he had sought refuge.
EDIS Earthquake Alert
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SABC Digital News
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Associated Press
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