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"If he were standing here, he would tell you that he feels much more knowledgable on the topic today," said Trump's economic advisor Gary Cohn, referring to the president's position on climate change and the Paris agreement.
Daily Star - Football
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NEMANJA MATIC is yet to agree a new contract with Chelsea.
Channel 4
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The Herald
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A "sweetheart deal" between Labour and the SNP after the June election could result in a "government in chaos", Theresa May warned, as Scotland's First Minister said she would use such an agreement to get as much of her nationalist manifesto implemented as possible.
CNN
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Bleacher Report
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As if the pressure to win a championship isn't enough, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors enter their third consecutive NBA Finals showdown on a joint mission they have no choice but to accept. Their objective: rescue the 2017 postseason from itself. Simple yet significantand arguably more important than which team gets to hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy amid a cascade of confetti and tears. It's no secret the playoffs have failed spectacularly to please everyone. The ratings are great , so people are watching. But many of them aren't happy, or impressed or on the faintest verge of being either. "Neither the East nor the West has brought forth a worthy challenger to their respective reigning conference champs," the Sporting News' Sean Deveney opined. "There isn't much to be done to change thatthe new [collective bargaining agreement] will be in place for at least the next six years.
BBC News 24
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and we will continue to be committed to working with others in Europe both in terms of we want a comprehensive free trade agreement but also in terms of our security. a comprehensive free trade agreement The Prime Minister has previously indicated that if Brexit talks end.
France 24
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of agreement to make sure that we have access to those information databases and that the information databases which will be part of the EU have access to the information that we can feed into them as well. In the wake of the attack in Manchester, security and counterterrorism are likely to stay high on the campaign agenda
Radar Online
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When Kourtney Kardashian went public on May 2 with her latest boytoy, 23-year-old former boxer Younes Bendjima , it put her ex Scott Disick on the ropes. “Scott was blindsided,” an insider explains. “He really thought he and Kourt were working their way toward getting back together.” But instead of doubling down on dedication to his baby mama, Scott has chosen to drown his sorrows in L.A.’s nightclubs and flaunt his own latest flame, 19-year-old model Ella Ross. Even worse, he’s “determined to split up Kourtney and Younes,” the source says — and wont hesitate to use his kids to do it: “He’s having a lawyer draw up an agreement that states Younes can’t be around the children. It’s ridiculous, but Scott’s threatened and wants Younes out of the picture.”
Mondoweiss
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The head of the Jerusalem Waqf, Sheikh Azzam al-Khatib al-Tamimi, said this would allow anyone, including Israeli lawmakers and Jewish activists who support the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple, to visit the compound, which Muslims call Haram al-Sharif. Jews could again visit the mosques and the Dome of the Rock, but “everyone must realize they are visiting a mosque, with no rights for Jews to pray inside,” Tamimi said. “The entire 144 dunams (38 acres) of Haram al-Sharif is a mosque. We believe the Prophet Mohammed prayed there, this hasnt changed and no one objected to this for centuries. You can’t change the history of the last 1,500 years.” The status quo that prevailed until September 2000 was established with then-Defense Minister Moshe Dayan a few days after the end of the Six-Day War, in June 1967. Under the agreement, the Israel Police secured the gates to the compound.
Sputnik International
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NewsMax World
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday it was right not to gloss over differences with the United States on climate issues and added that a G7 debate at the weekend had shown it would be tough to make the Paris climate agreement successful....
Daily Star - Football
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BBC Parliament
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lose your majority Let's but the Scottish Parliament has voted for their majority. But only did they sign an agreement that says we will not come back, we will respect the result. They are clearly not respecting it. Nicola Sturgeon looked the people of Scotland in the eye and said if there is not the changing public opinion, she would not drag us back. She is. We need to stop her and people.
BBC Parliament
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saying? Are you saying these opinion polls have to go it different way? A conditional statement in their manifesto, they lost their majority, they also told the public that if there was not a change in public will for this, then they would not drag us there. Also, we saw in 2011 but what public consent looks like, we saw broad agreement across parties, even like Kezia Dugdale and myself recognised.
Design Milk - Tech
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The edited simplicity of the interior presents a statement of luxury through less. Only once our compulsory walk around is completed does Marc Girard relax to share beyond rote remarks, revealing an interesting detail harbored deep in memory only after we chit-chat about design outside of the realm of the automotive. I have a long interest in architecture. So, you could say the [Concept 8 Series] design found some influence from a field trip our team took two years. You're from Los Angeles...so you know about the Salk Institute in San Diego, right? leaning in every so slightly in anticipation of affirmation. Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California. Photo by Jason Taellious/(CC BY-SA 2.0) I nod in agreement and Girard stares off for a heartbeat in remembrance of the modernist architectural masterpiece of form, function, and landscape.
Proactive Investors USA
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Great Atlantic Resources (CVE: GR) nudged closer to a possible sale of its mineral claims in New Brunswick. It has struck an exclusivity agreement with Fort St. James Nickel Corp (FTJ). FTJ has the right, for 30 days, to conduct due diligence on certain claims, with a view to negotiating the terms of a letter of intent, and, if applicable, a definitive agreement for FTJ to complete the acquisition of the property. The proposed acquisition is subject to, among other things, FTJ obtaining all necessary regulatory approvals, including the TSX Venture Exchange, it added. Great Atlantic says it has a special focus on the most critical elements on the planet, antimony, tungsten and gold.
BBC Parliament
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organisation and institution going forward. And that is what the 27 have started to look at and what they will need to look at for the future. I am very clear that we continue to want a deep and special partnership with the remaining 27 countries and we will continue to be committed to working with others in Europe, both in terms of we want a comprehensive free trade agreement but also in terms of our security. We are committed to.
Futurism
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The mission will also leverage some key partnerships that JAXA is currently engaged in. These include an agreement reached with NASA back in late March to include the Neutron and Gamma-ray Spectrometer (NGRS) in the MMX’s instrument suite. And in April, JAXA and the National Center for Space Studies (CNES) signed an Implementation Agreement (IA) that would allow the French national space agency to participate in the mission as well. If all goes as planned, JAXA will be spending the next decade gathering information that could bridge findings made by Lunar and Martian missions. Whereas lunar research will reveal things about the history of the Moon, and Martian missions will offer new insights into Marsgeology and evolution (and perhaps if life still exists there!), the MMX mission will reveal things about the history of Marsmoons and the early Solar System as a whole.
The Economic Times
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It said it would have to start selling its assets to raise such an amount. The concessionaire had earlier told the court that it has been paying Rs 18-20 crore a month since July 2013 for servicing the debt and has already shelled out over Rs 1070 crore towards payment of interest with the initial capital still remaining as outstanding. According to DAMEPL's plea, the concession agreement was entered into between the two on August 25, 2008. Under the agreement the DMRC was to carry out the civil works, excluding at the depot, and the balance, including the project system works, were to be executed by DAMEPL, the plea has said. The Airport Express line was commissioned on February 23, 2011 after an investment of Rs 2,885 crore funded by DAMEPL's promoters' fund, banks and financial institutions. DAMEPL has said it had terminated the concession agreement as the DMRC had not cured some defects in the line within 90 days of the notice issued by it.
Voice Of America
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel remains committed to strong trans-Atlantic relations, her spokesman said Monday, after the German leader suggested that the United States is no longer a reliable partner. "Because trans-Atlantic relations are so important to this chancellor, it is right from her viewpoint to speak out honestly about differences," spokesman Steffen Seibert said Monday during a news conference. "The times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over, as I have experienced in the past few days," Merkel said, addressing a campaign rally in Bavaria. Merkel, among other European leaders, was sharply critical of U.S. President Donald Trump's decision at the recent G-7 meeting in Sicily not to reiterate support for the 2015 Paris agreement to combat climate change. In a pared down final communique, all G-7 nations except the U.
The Sun Daily - World News
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YANGON: Major peace talks between the Myanmar authorities and ethnic armed groups ended in deadlock today, with officials blaming rebel demands for autonomy from central government. State media said negotiators from the government, army and multiple ethnic armed groups agreed on 33 out of 41 points discussed during the five-day conference. But they could not reach an agreement on the key issue of federalism, a major demand of ethnic minority groups currently locked in bitter conflicts with the army. Fighting between government soldiers and insurgent groups is at its worst since the 1980s, with tens of thousands of refugees pushed into neighbouring China. The military fears the union will "split into pieces" if rebels do not agree to a non-secession clause in any peace deal, government spokesman Zaw Htay told reporters on Sunday. "We did not get agreement on the matter of seceding," he said.