BBC News 24
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Emergency services converged in force to tend to the casualties. At this stage, no-one knew quite how many. Metres away, London life went on blissful ignorance
The Event Chronicle
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By Ethan Huff Vaccines are a touchy subject in Australia, where government officials aggressively push for total compliance with vaccination mandates by whatever means possible. There is even a “No Jab No Paylaw on the books that essentially bars citizens from receiving government welfare unless they and their children are fully vaccinated. And at the root of it all, as usual, is government collusion with big industry, including with Australia’s new prime minister — and more specifically, his wife. Malcolm Turnbull has repeatedly been exposed for his own ties to multinational corporations. He has large investments in many of them, particularly tech companies, that many say is clouding his judgment on various matters more than just a little bit. At issue with the vaccination debate is his wife Lucy’s ties to pharmaceutical companies, and how this influence is steering public policy to force Aussies to be jabbed against their will in order to function normally within society.
Washingtons Blog
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And the Saudis with U.S. support back the radicalmadrassas” in which Islamic radicalism was spread. And yet the U.S. has been supporting the Saudis militarily, with NSA intelligence and in every other way possible for 70 years. And selling them massive amounts of arms . And kept them off of the lis t of restricted countries for immigration. In addition, top American terrorism experts say that U.S. support for brutal and tyrannical countries in the Middle east like Saudi Arabia is one of the top motivators for Arab terrorists . U.S. and NATO-supported Turkey is also massively supporting ISIS , provided chemical weapons used in the massacre of civilians, and has been bombing ISISmain on-the-ground enemyKurdish soldiersusing its air force . The U.S.-backed dictatorships in Qatar and Bahrain also massively fund ISIS.
Variety
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African-Americans and Asian-Americans showed up in force at the box office in 2016 as major movies showed greater diversity in their casting and subject matter, according to a new report by the Motion Picture Association of America. The number of frequent African-American moviegoers nearly doubled to 5.6 million last year, while the number of regular... Read more »
BBC News 24
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Emergency services converged in force to tend to the casualties. At this stage, no-one knew quite how many. Metres away, London life went on blissful ignorance
BBC News 24
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sort of attack on parliament? Absolutely. I think members become fatalistic because we all recognise there is only so much that any security force can do. MPs don't want to live in a fortress where they can't engage with.
Money News Steet Talk
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Sputnik International
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Voice Of America
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Ceremonies were held Wednesday in Brussels to mark the one-year anniversary of the terror attacks in the city, which killed 32 people and came just four months after the series of attacks that took 130 lives in the French capital, Paris. The remembrance services in the political heart of Europe took place amid a fierce debate over security failings that allowed the assailants to travel freely into and within the European Union. “There were significant lessons to be learned both from Brussels and Paris, and more recently from Berlin. And that is really about how good the border agencies in those countries, and all the agencies, are collaborating with each other, to share intelligence in order to intercept harmful people at the border,” said Tony Smith, former director general of Britain's Border Force. Leaked report cites poor communication A March report written by the European Commission's security union task force, and leaked to Britain's Guardian newspaper, warns that security services are unable to carry out basic checks, like searching cross-national databases using biometric data such as fingerprints.
Dover Express
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Goal
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The right-back will play no further part in the season after suffering a "blunt force trauma" to his left eye
Cnet
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The Force will not be with your teeth if you bite into it -- it's a resin sculpture, not chocolate.
Sky News
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firearms all over the country. Firearms at major risk locations? Yellow it's a very approachable, has to be part of everyday policing. We don't want a separate armed force was up one of things we have.
Sky News
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How does the death of a police officer, one of your own, impact on the rest of the force that have to continue day in and day out, to risk their lives for us? People will be desperately sad. All forces of the.
MintPress News
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That assault turned into a murder. He then attempted to cover up his crime, and acted as if he was above question while leaving his underlings twisting in the wind for his crimes. That does sound a lot like modern policing in the United States. The assault was definitely an over-utilization of force, which has become common practice in a law enforcement community who continually seem to believe they are above the law. That over-utilization of force turned into the murder of an unarmed man, again commonplace in the US today where about 1 out of 10 of those killed by cops are unarmed. A cover-up takes place, which is what the thin blue line is all about. Law enforcement certainly believes they are beyond reproach, as is demonstrated by this post. The only part of the story that doesnt parallel American policing is the moment when Colonel Jessep admits his wrongdoing.
Voice Of America
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Oleg Deripaska began building his business empire in the 1990s, a period that saw a wild scramble to grab the most valuable assets of the moribund Soviet economy – a contest that was often accompanied by violence. Russia’s post-Soviet metals sector saw a particularly violent division of spoils, and the bloodshed which accompanied the fight to control the country’s aluminum smelters - involving ambitious young businessmen like Deripaska, organized crime hitmen and their numerous victims - became the stuff of legend. Deripaska has admitted that, while navigating this Hobbesian world, he made protection payments to criminal gangs and local police, and set up a security force consisting of former KGB agents and soldiers. “The first time I was directly threatened ... two weeks later my commercial director was shot two times in the head,” Deripaska told London’s Telegraph in 2012.
Deadline
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Denise Richards and The O.C . alum Mischa Barton are set to star in The Toybox, a supernatural thriller from the team behind the 2016 horror pic ClownTown. Tom Nagel will return at the helm on this film from a script he co-wrote with Jeff Denton. Production is currently underway on the film that follows a family who go on a cross-country trip across America and get stranded in the desert by a supernatural force that is slowly killing them off. Richards plays a mother...
Sputnik International
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BBC News 24
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Emergency services converged in force to tend to the casualties. At this stage, no-one knew quite how many
BBC News 24
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critical, as reports coming out from the Brittany region, which is where their schools, saying that at least 50 students were on a language trip to London this week and were caught up in the attack. There were a large group of them walking across Westminster Bridge Road and one of the local papers says that's when the group with such force that one of the pupils reportedly ended up on the bonnet of the car. Further than.
BBC One London
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A controversial show of force for the announcement, perhaps, but it appears this unit may have been deployed today. That van they are in front of, clearly visible on Westminster Bridge after the attack this afternoon
BBC News 24
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top priority is the security of its people. And I urge everyone to remain calm but to be vigilant and if they see anything they are concerned about, they should report it to the police. So, Amber Rudd echoing really what we heard from the police force. Let's turn to the BBC's Ellie Price, who is down also in the vicinity. What do BBC's Ellie Price, who is down also.
BBC Parliament
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single primary agent we deal with. It sets a standard customer services terms. All the things you would expect, we have a relationship with his people and we know who to talk to. Viagogo are indivisible. I'd like to see a contract, I'd like to see the consumer rights act in force. -- Viagogo are.
21stCenturyWire
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But away from the glare of social media and other televised popularity contests, there is a very real undercurrent of Islamic agitation and support for “radical Islamic terrorism” present in the country. In fact, as long ago as December 2013, I outlined the many ways in which AKP-led Turkey has backed Islamist factions next door in order to foment, support and cooperate in the genesis and further developmen of Syria's not-so civil war in the pursuit of its very ownpolicy of Sunnification. “ In the initial stages of the armed insurrection to unseat the Damascus government led by Bashar al-Assad, the Islamist terror group known as Jabhat al-Nusra was reputed to be the most effective fighting force. Appearing on the scene in January 2012, the U.S. designated the group a “terrorist organization” on 11 December, and indications are that Turkey's AKP machinery has supported the Nusra Front throughout the period 2012-2014.