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A GERMAN comedian bashed Donald Trump for his comments the country was “very bad” as the President vowed to curb its car exports to the United States.
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The man revealed the crucial jibe as he made an emotional appeal for the country to come together in the wake of the atrocity.
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A preliminary report by Puerto Rico’s Debt Audit Commission and a study issued by the ReFund America Project concluded that much of Puerto Rico’s bond debt might have been issued illegally. The ReFund America Project report , based on bond data from Bloomberg, shows that Puerto Rico is paying $33.5 billion to borrow $4.3 billion in principal – an interest rate of 785%. “We need a full audit of the debt to really understand how much the debt is. The numbers put out by the Commonwealth dont jibe with what’s out there in the market,” the report's author, Saqib Bhatti, told WhoWhatWhy . But the Debt Audit Commission now seems unlikely to fulfill its mission. Puerto Rico’s governor, Ricardo Rosselló, has cut its funding, although citizens groups like “ No Payment without Auditing ” (No Se Puede Pagar Sin Auditar) are trying to crowdfund its work.
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By mid afternoon on Sunday, May 28, 1967 there was a huge crowd, tens and tens of thousands, surrounding the Sound and standing on Plymouth Hoe. We waited, and waited and waited. Eventually as the sun began to set and the evening shadows lengthened and then faded, the great man arrived. His tiny white boat, Gipsy Moth IV, was engulfed by a flotilla of craft of all shapes and sizes. There were cameras everywhere, and for the benefit of the gentlemen of the press, as...
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Firenze won it again, Rasheeq too late. When David Griffiths get sprinters informed, they were following. Even.
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Workmen kept busy making some last-minute improvements to the church and gardens as they prepare to welcome hundreds of society types to their local place of worship.
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A COMEDIAN who called a German right-wing party leader a “Nazi b****” has been cleared by a district court who ruled the comments were satirical.
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It appeared to be a jibe at the age gap between Macron and wife Brigitte Trogneux
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BERLIN’S ambassador to London has played down the United Kingdom’s role in the Europe, describing France as the Continent’s “new star”.
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Manchester City legend recounts how the noisy neighbour jibe really spurred the Blues into proving there was substance behind the racket
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Steve Cairney, 48, was working at Hibs' end-of-season awards bash when he made a hand gesture as he posed for a picture with Neil Lennon. The jibe refers to Hearts' 2012 Scottish Cup win.
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jibe about she does the bins. That is what this is about, why she wishes I did the bins. I do not do bins. Non-binary, non bin. Get it? About gender neutral
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on anything that suggests that the other side are holding some sort of prejudice. And when he says something like that, although it's a joke and a light-hearted jibe, people can jump on that. I think they are in danger potentially, the bureaucrats, of actually turning some people against them that were for them if they are not careful. Because you could sit there after Juncker said that, actually he's making a ridiculous point there
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However, over the past few years this heavy reliance on cheap labourIndian coders were even targeted with the software coolie jibe years ago — has slowly ebbed as the market has evolved. According to estimates from Nasscom, jobs in the IT industry grew just 5% in the financial year 2016-17, even as the industry grew 8.6%. The industry lobby thinks a fifth to a quarter of all jobs could be lost in three years. Future Shock Automation and robotics and new opportunities in areas such as internet of things have meant that software engineers and enterprises have struggled to keep pace with this change. “Future opportunities arent in maintaining computer systems or programming languages,” says Vivek Wadhwa, distinguished fellow, Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering, and an industry watcher of several decades. “They are in robotic manufacturing plants, analysing massive amounts of data using artificial intelligence, and creating apps that can revolutionise fields such as healthcare, education, and finance.
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And when he says something like that, although it's a joke and a light-hearted jibe, people can jump on that. I think they are in danger potentially, the bureaucrats, of actually turning some people against them that were for them if they are not careful. Because you could sit there after Juncker said that, no actually he's making a ridiculous point there. So actually I had a bit more sympathy with Theresa May's position.
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THERESA MAY has rubbished claims she has “stolenNigel Farage’s “script” for political gain, insisting she has been merelyrespecting the will of the people”.
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THERESA MAY has rubbished claims she has “stolenNigel Farage’s “script” for political gain, insisting she has been merelyrespecting the will of the people”.
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RUTH DAVIDSON has hit out at Nicola Sturgeon again after she accused the Scottish Tory leader of being “obsessed” with independence.