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Financial Times - China
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Phys.Org
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Western Morning News
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Three weeks on from the fire that destroyed an Exeter recycling centre, waste is still smouldering as the clean up operation continues at Devon Contract Waste.When fire crews were called to Marsh Barton at 11pm on March 1 they found the building well alight. Firefighters fought the fire through the night and closed off roads around the area.The fire was so severe that Public Health England advised gardeners and allotment owners to scrub their vegetables before consumption because of fears of...
Western Morning News
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The Northern Echo - Sport
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Politico
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Only the Ethics Committee can sanction an member or staffer for rules violations. But the Justice Department has now asked the Ethics Committee to hold off on any action against Hunter because of its own criminal probe into the lawmaker, according to a statement from Rep. Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) and Ted Deutch (D-Fla.), the chairwoman and ranking member of the panel. The Department of Justice has asked the Committee to defer consideration of this matter and the Committee, following precedent, unanimously voted on March 22, 2017, to defer consideration of this matter at this time, said the statement. Hunter's attorney said the California Republican had done nothing wrong and that any improper use of campaign funds was inadvertant and unintentional. “Last year, Congressman Hunter became aware of expenditure issues confronting his campaign committee.
Herald Courier
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Radar Online
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A VIGIL will be held in Scunthorpe in memory of the victims of yesterday's (Wednesday, March 23) terrorist attack in London. The North Lincolnshire Multi-Faith Partnership will host the vigil outside the Islamic Centre, on Parkinson Avenue in the town. It will be held at 2pm tomorrow (Friday, March 24) and is open to everybody, regardless of their faith. Abid Khan, chairman of the partnership, said: It is a vigil for the people who lost their lives and to recognise the bravery of the...
Associated Press
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Associated Press
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EDIS Earthquake Alert
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EDIS Earthquake Alert
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Core77
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Next Wednesday, March 29, at 9PM EST, the entry period for the 2017 Core77 Design Awards officially closes. If you're on the fence about submitting or are considering entering another competition, the 5 pillars of the Core77 Design Awards prove why we're a cut above the rest. We don't care where you are or what you're doing, here's why you should ignore everything around you and submit your work—before it's too late: Inclusion Design is a broad field, to say the least. In an effort to maintain inclusivity, the Core77 Design Awards offers 14 distinct categories of entry to try and encompass as much of the field as possible. From the more mainstream Consumer Product and Packaging, to the often overlooked Strategy Research and Design Education Initiative, there's a category for designers from all across the spectrum to showcase their work, and receive the recognition they deserve.
Ars Technica
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To prove the upgrades out, Capcom will unlock the game's online modes for everyone in the world as a separate, free download via Steam starting Tuesday, March 28. If you already own the game, the beta will carry over your current online stats; if you don't, you'll start fresh. Either way, it's free for all Windows Steam gamers until the beta closes on Monday, April 3, and all current characters from both SFV seasons will be unlocked for free, as well. The beta will simultaneously test the latest balance tweaks set to reach the official game. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Library of Congress
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The Library of Congress today announced the acquisition of the archives of Bob Adelman, one of the best-known photographers of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Click here for more information. Watch a live announcement event on YouTube at 2 p.m. ET on March 20.
KyivPost
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The Verkhovna Rada on March 23 ratified the framework agreement between the governments of Ukraine and Hungary on granting a loan on the terms of related aid for road construction. According to the press service of the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine, the framework agreement defines the following conditions for the country's borrowing a loan to finance the projects: the total amount of credit funds is up to 50 million euro, the term of crediting is 18.5 years, the deferment of payment on the loan and interest for use is 1.5 years, there is no interest for using the loan. The purpose of the loan is financing investment projects for the development of the border road infrastructure on the Ukrainian-Hungarian state border and other projects agreed upon by the parties. The priority projects to be financed under the agreement are the construction of a bypass road near Berehove and the village of Astei, the overhauls of the Petrove-Palad checkpoint road, the repairs of the M24 Mukacheve-Berehove road.
The Event Chronicle
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By Samuel Fisher In June of 2016, about three months after the Brussels bombings, the Westminster Council voted to scrap a camera network of over 75 different spots in central London area. BBC reports that the reason cited for this was to save “£1.7m in upgrade costs.” Instead of using this money to upgrade the cameras, they thought they could instead spend that money on other crime-fighting measures. This move was reportedly labeled a “huge, huge loss to police” by London police expert David Videcette. It also lessened the city’s ability to monitor the terrorist attack that occurred recently on March 22. It is unclear whether or not the loss of cameras had an impact on the recent investigation of the events in London. UK police expert David Videcette was considerably unhappy about the loss of these cameras, which his website says were recording 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and kept for up to 31 days.
Daily Mail - USA
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Upsetting pictures of a live rabbit being hung at the back of a car in south-east China were posted online. Web users criticised the abusive act after the pictures were uploaded on March 20.
Nottingham Evening Post
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There is a unique opportunity for classical music lovers to hear all of Brahms' symphonies in Nottingham over one weekend.The Albert Hall will host two concerts on Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26 by Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra.University of Nottingham professor Robert Pascall produced editions of all four Brahms symphonies so that they could be played as close as possible to what Brahms intended in Vienna in the 1880s, said NPO's Elspeth Brien.He spent many years...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A teenager has appeared in court after a stabbing in Nottingham city centre. Nthambi Mkanda, of Balmoral Road, Colwick, was charged with grievous bodily harm and possession of bladed article following the incident. The alleged incident happened earlier this month - on Saturday, March 4 - in Trinity Square, Nottingham, at 2.45am. A cordon was put in place at the time and around four police cars, and a police crime scene investigation van were on the scene.Read more: Residents react to...
The Economic Times
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Shah is expected to stay for around three days and hold meetings with key party leaders. Shah is the MLA from Naranpura seat of Ahmedabad.
The Pentagon
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