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One photo showed cups of ice cream scattered on the blood-stained ground. Brett McGurk, the US diplomat coordinating the international coalition fighting IS, condemned the attack and expressed solidarity with Iraq. "Isis terrorists tonight in Baghdad target children & families enjoying time together at an ice cream shop. We stand w/Iraq against this evil," McGurk said on Twitter, using an alternate acronym for IS. IS overran large areas north and west of Baghdad in 2014, but Iraqi forces backed by coalition air strikes have since regained much of the territory they lost and are now fighting to retake the last jihadist-held areas in second city Mosul. But defeats on the battlefield have not prevented IS from carrying out deadly attacks targeting civilians, including a bombing in Karrada district last year that killed more than 320 people. — AFP
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21, maybe 22 Celsius. Clear skies across the North will continue to spread south as it does so we will seek older air filtering across many Northern areas, comfortable night for sleeping, temperatures down to low single figures. Further south we will see mild air.
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Appearing on Lorraine, the author was talking about the Bridget Jones franchise which has made her a household name. When describing the two love interests in Bridget's life, she described Mark Darcy - played in the films by Colin Firth - as the "sensible" choice. But she chose a rather more colourful description to describe Hugh Grant's character. The writer blurted: "And Daniel Cleaver was the sexy b*****d." Lorraine: Helen Fielding - author of the Bridget Jones novels - swore ...
Plymouth Herald
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Passengers travelling from Plymouth will soon be carried in a fleet of brand new bullet trains. Keith Rossiter went to Italy to watch them being builtRevolution is in the air at Hitachi's high-tech factory in the Tuscan city of Pistoia a revolution in Britain's rail industry. The plant all robots and computer systems is building 33 express trains to serve the Penzance to Paddington main line. But that is just the tip of an iceberg, according to David Shirres, from Rail...
Western Morning News
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New high-tech, high-speed trains set to come into service on the route between London and Devon are now under construction, and reporter Keith Rossiter went to Italy to see how they are made. Revolution is in the air at Hitachi's high-tech factory in the Tuscan city of Pistoia a revolution in Britain's rail industry. The plant all robots and computer systems is building 33 express trains to serve the Penzance to Paddington main line. But that is just the tip of an...
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have been balanced with arguments demonstrating a growth in clean air and energy supply. That balance is difficult to manage, difficult to find and takes careful dealings with it from a responsible Government. The last thing the lagoon needs now is Corbyn-omics, diving in, saying give us the lagoon at any cost is giving up, it's saying that neither the company.
OK!
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Appearing on Lorraine, the author was talking about the Bridget Jones franchise which has made her a household name. When describing the two love interests in Bridget's life, she described Mark Darcy - played in the films by Colin Firth - as the "sensible" choice. But she chose a rather more colourful description to describe Hugh Grant's character. The writer blurted: "And Daniel Cleaver was the sexy b*****d." Lorraine: Helen Fielding - author of the Bridget Jones novels - swore ...
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as the air ambulance landed. Those in the park were led away, although some claimed they were allowed back in for a short period before the park was closed by zoo officials who later handed out a short statement which said
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David is by smell it's not by magnetism it's not buy a star chart hits by what the ocean smells like an incredibly these creatures can tell where they are by what that bit of ocean smells like and if you disable the Shearwater you can you can put a chemical in its nose so it stops smelling for a couple of weeks and they are totally lost they wander lost I would like you to be on skomer last summer and saw that she would have come in at night 22 Internet browser that can you do that boys can you do you see me walking in the air but they really quite well they only come to land on it it because they have to.
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All the latest from the campaign trail, as SNP launches its delayed manifesto, as May and Corbyn reflect on the night before The Snap: sign up for our daily election email – and read today’s 8.27am BST Andrew Sparrow is now picking up the live blog. Your daily reminder: if you’d like the Snap election briefing email sent to you every weekday, do sign up here . 8.26am BST David Davis is up next and he’s dismissing the polls that show a narrowing of the Tory lead: I always go into election campaigns assuming nothing. She doesnt want to do the negotiations on air and that’s quite reasonable. The simple truth is that you [the media] want to get as much of the information as possible … Continue reading...
Western Morning News
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New high-tech, high-speed trains set to come into service on the route between London and Devon are now under construction, and reporter Keith Rossiter went to Italy to see how they are made. Revolution is in the air at Hitachi's high-tech factory in the Tuscan city of Pistoia a revolution in Britain's rail industry. The plant all robots and computer systems is building 33 express trains to serve the Penzance to Paddington main line. But that is just the tip of an...
Plymouth Herald
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Passengers travelling from Plymouth will soon be carried in a fleet of brand new bullet trains. Keith Rossiter went to Italy to watch them being builtRevolution is in the air at Hitachi's high-tech factory in the Tuscan city of Pistoia a revolution in Britain's rail industry. The plant all robots and computer systems is building 33 express trains to serve the Penzance to Paddington main line. But that is just the tip of an iceberg, according to David Shirres, from Rail...
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Jamaican 75000 passengers affected by the i t meltdown at the weekend flights were still disrupted yesterday with many people stuck at airports his what beers chief executive Alex Cruz how to say we are profusely profusely apologetic about what has happened we are very conscious of the heart shape that many of our customers have had to go through on the way to the holidays sometimes on the way to personally don't have also have had to wait in airport used were absolutely fully committed to fulfil their obligations when it comes down to compensation so what will be the biggest cost to the Air Lines down in terms of reputational damage well no better man to yourself that and PR expert Nick Carver t Johnson studio Nick good morning sexy knickers a bit of a mess isn't there be a model of course.
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All the latest from the campaign trail, as SNP launches its delayed manifesto, as May and Corbyn reflect on the night before The Snap: sign up for our daily election email – and read today’s 8.27am BST Andrew Sparrow is now picking up the live blog. Your daily reminder: if you’d like the Snap election briefing email sent to you every weekday, do sign up here . 8.26am BST David Davis is up next and he’s dismissing the polls that show a narrowing of the Tory lead: I always go into election campaigns assuming nothing. She doesnt want to do the negotiations on air and that’s quite reasonable. The simple truth is that you [the media] want to get as much of the information as possible … Continue reading...
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In old terms, that would be called pile 'em high, sell them cheap. That makes them very attractive to the airports, because they can get into those airports right the way around the continent. You have to look at the wider environment in aviation at the moment. The legacy carriers like British Airways and Lufthansa and Air France are under a lot of pressure both from.
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ratified in time for the exit from the EU on the 31st of March 2019. That could therefore be a distinct possibility of no flights for a period of time in and out of the UK and Europe. That could be days, weeks or months, nobody knows. But it is a very real possibility. With me is Victoria Moores, Bureau Chief and the European editor of Air Transport World
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Rio has put the request in on-air. Please. His headteacher was very kind to give Rio a week off to see Prince Harry at the Orlando games last year