ABC News - United States
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A family member says the widow of the Orlando nightclub shooter is a victim herself and innocent of charges of helping her husband in the months leading up to the June massacre
ITV
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A year ago she argued the opposite. Negotiations lie ahead and businesses know there will have to be compromise. The referendum vote in June split the country pretty much down the middle. So what do the two halves make of the Prime Minister's speech? For our series "Brexit Britain" we heard the view from Cambridge, where 74% voted to remain, and also from Mansfield where 71% of people voted to Leave. And it's from there that Ben Chapman has the first of our reports. It may have taken seven months for Theresa May to work out what Brexit really means, but on Mansfield market they say leaving the single market is what they wanted in the first place.
BBC One West Midlands
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June Miller echoes many when she posted "Thoughts with her family" While David Williams's tribute was simply "RIP Brave Lady". Thank you to all of you who took the time to comment. The Prime Minister set out some detail about leaving the EU today, in a much anticipated statement.
21stCenturyWire
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Sky News
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BBC One Scotland
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I said on the 24th of June that I thought it was highly likely. I have tried to compromise ever since, I put forward options in line with what I I would do, examined the options, and I remain committed to exhausting those, but I am not prepared to allow Scotland's interests simply to be cast aside.
Daily Mail - Home
an hour
By the time of the shooting at the resort of Sousse by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui in June 2015, which left 38 people dead, the gardeners 'resumed their normal duties.'
Adweek
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He was really the perfect candidate for this mission simply because he is a tourist in the world of technology, and yet a consummate and tireless explorer. And while he doesnt even use the Internet, he understands how pervasive and critical it is to the everyday function of our global society. He knows what is at stake. He knows theres a story there. Ultimately Werner conceded, and we embarked on the tedious task of begging, cajoling and corralling talent. We did not really get any flat-out rejections. After all, this was Werner calling. Rather, we had calendar conflicts from Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos , Sergey and Larry at Google. We did however get a yes from Elon Musk , Leonard Kleinrock, Bob Kahn, Kevin Mitnick and many other notable digital pioneers. We started production in May and things really heated up in June when, after shooting in Las Vegas at Def Con (the hacker and cybersecurity conclave), Werner sent me this note: Dear Jim, Yesterday, we finished shooting in Las Vegas, and it is not only my own impression, but of everyone who has witnessed the whole shoot instantly realized that this is much bigger than we all expected.
ITV
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I just wanted the best for them. None of them has got criminal records. I have worked hard for that. But in June 2015, her worst nightmare came true. Renea and one of his brothers had gone out together to a rave in south London. Both had new jobs, and Renea's partner was expecting another baby. It should have been an evening of celebration. It ended with the brothers being stabbed when a fight broke out. I got to the hospital, said, 'My son's Renea,' went through the back and saw Rico on the bed.
BBC Parliament
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And particularly harmful for rural communities, such as my own. Being a member of the European Union has been benefit from a constituency. The beneficial. That's why when asked last June, the people of Argyll and Bute overwhelmingly voted to remain.
The Huffington Post
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Haaretz
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Sky News
2 hours
What did we hear today? Most of the evidence came from Jane from the foreign Commonwealth Office. It related to the work done by the Foreign Office in the build-up to the attack in Sousse in June 2000 and 15.
Channel4 News
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What has Theresa May said? The Prime Minister set out 12 priorities for negotiating a new relationship with the EU, after Britain narrowly voted to leave the bloc on 23 June. The headline is that we will be pulling out the EU's Single Market and will not remain a full member of the Customs Union either. In other words, the UK is heading for a hard or clean Brexit scenario, rather than a Norway-style relationship, where we would have continued to enjoy substantial access to the Single Market in exchange for accepting rules like the free movement of EU citizens. Will it hurt the economy? That is a matter of fierce debate. Before the referendum, economists at the Treasury and at many independent institutions tried to warn about the potential long-term effects of Brexit. Most made the assumption that a softer Norway-style option would be the least harmful to the economy.
BBC News 24
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Politicians get to vote on the stitch up, but the people do not. If this process started with democracy last June, it must not end up with a stitch up. We must trust the people with departure and must with the destination also.
BBC Parliament
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These are jobs that have failed to recruit locally. Farmers need to know what they will reap before they sew. So, with seasonal labour, it's already in short supply. As a result of the vote last June. The fall in the pound's made other countries more attractive to seasonal workers. The xenophobia is keeping some away. Xenophobia has no place anywhere in our country. We owe it to those who come here to make it clear that they are not only welcome, but we recognise the valuable role they play in the freedom farming sector and the wider economy.
Times of Israel
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One of the best-selling music artists of all time to wrap up 2017 world tour with single show in Yarkon Park in June
BBC Parliament
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May Katie rest in peace. We live in challenging times. One where it is often difficult to see over the horizon. Yet we have a duty to steer a steady path to achieve the best outcome for our nation. The country voted to leave the European Union on 23 June so we now have a responsibility to take the whole country forward together.
MintPress News
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The increase follows President Barack Obama’s decision in June to give US commanders more leeway to target the Taliban , amid the Afghan army’s struggle to keep strategic cities from falling into the insurgentshands. Strikes conducted under this authority, referred to by the military as “strategic effectsstrikes, have increased in frequency since the new rules came into force. The continuing rise in attacks against the Taliban demonstrates the battle against the insurgents is far from over, despite combat operations targeting the group officially ending almost two years ago. Since then, Taliban violence has increased and Afghanistan’s branch of Islamic State has been trying to carve out territory in the east of the country. IS emerged in Afghanistan in late 2014, growing as a force through 2015. The US responded by allowing the military to specifically target the group in a bid to stop it gaining strength.
Politico
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The New York Times is planning a $5 million investment earmarked to cover the Trump Administration, according to an email sent to staff at the newspaper this morning by executive editor Dean Baquet and managing editor Joe Kahn. “We will use these resources to ensure that we remain ahead in chronicling the Trump era in Washington, New York, the nation and the world,” Baquet and Kahn wrote. “We will be adding to the ranks of our investigative journalists and subject-area experts, from taxes and immigration to education and climate change, to ensure that no one has more compelling coverage on the White House and beyond.” Baquet and Kahn’s memo also lays out the Times’ “ 2020 report ,” which seeks to lay out a path forward for the Times in a turbulent media and political environment. The report, which has been in the works for nearly a year (see POLITICO's preview from last June here ), takes a wide-reaching look at the future of the company.
Proactive Investors USA
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Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSE:NMX) said on Tuesday it currently plans a drilling campaign of around 4,000 meters to confirm the Eastern extension of the Doris Zone, which was discovered during the campaign completed on November 28. This campaign should start during March 2017 for about three months. At that time, Nemaska will assess updating its June 2016 feasibility study for the Whabouchi Project. "Our June 2016 feasibility study is current and suitable for our project financing needs. With the Doris Zone discovery in late fall it is prudent to consider the possible impact of its eastward continuance on the Whabouchi mining plan. We have therefore elected to confirm the continuation of the Doris Zone to the east, before incurring the necessary expenses to update the current feasibility study," said Guy Bourassa, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A father who survived a terror attack on a beach in Tunisia was told it was '100 per cent safe' to travel to the country, an inquest has heard.The hearing into the deaths of 30 British holidaymakers in June 2015 began on Monday and was told there were concerns over how quickly Tunisian security staff had acted after hearing of the lone gunman.Paul Thompson, of Ilkeston, booked a holiday at a TUI store in the town to the Riu Imperial Marhaba hotel with wife Zoe and daughter Millie.The inquest,...
BBC News 24
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If this process started with democracy last June, it must not end up with a stitch up. We must trust the people with the destination also. But Ukip is concerned the exit could happen to slowly. She spoke about interim measures, a phase which will only start in April 2019, we want with an independent nation.
WebProNews
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"Furthermore, our technique is able to avoid recreating the aliasing artifacts that may exist in the lower resolution image." Here's how Google's technical team ( Yaniv Romano , John Isidoro , Peyman Milanfar ) described it in June 2016 : Given an image, we wish to produce an image of larger size with significantly more pixels and higher image quality. This is generally known as the Single Image Super-Resolution (SISR) problem. The idea is that with sufficient training data (corresponding pairs of low and high resolution images) we can learn set of filters (i.e. a mapping) that when applied to given image that is not in the training set, will produce a higher resolution version of it, where the learning is preferably low complexity. In our proposed approach, the run-time is more than one to two orders of magnitude faster than the best competing methods currently available, while producing results comparable or better than state-of-the-art.