Herald Courier
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Herald Courier
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TIME - Top Stories
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The demonstration continued for about 20 minutes as officers led people out of the chamber peacefully in small groups. There were no reports of arrests. Texas' new law is reminiscent of a 2010 Arizona show your papers measure that allowed police to inquire about a person's immigration status during routine interactions such as traffic stops. It was eventually struck down in court. A legislative session that began in January concluded Monday, and the day was supposed to be reserved for goofy group photos and sappy goodbyes. Lawmakers are constitutionally barred from approving most legislation on the last day. But even after the protest ended, tensions remained high. Rep. Ramon Romero, a Democrat from Fort Worth, said he was standing with fellow Democratic Rep. Cesar Blanco of El Paso when Republican colleague Matt Rinaldi came over and said: This is BS.
Hackaday
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This didn't make it very rugged for the long-term, outdoor field use. While the prototype worked well, he needed several of the devices to be placed all around his farm. To make assembly easy and make it more reliable, he designed a custom PCB to fit in the weather proof enclosure. This allowed him to easily mount all the required parts for a more reliable result. His project is still a work in progress, so if you have worked with these types of ultrasonic repellent devices to keep away animals, and have any insights that may help him, do chime in with your comments. [Ondřej] seems pretty satisfied with the results so far. The Hackaday Prize2017 is Sponsored by: Filed under: The Hackaday Prize
The Event Chronicle
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” [emphasis added] So who is ultimately to blame for this geopolitical conundrum? Whether intentional or not, these Filipino fighters were allowed to travel to the Middle East as part and parcel of Washington’s warped foreign policy agenda in Iraq and Syria — with full knowledge by the Filipino authorities that they would one day return to their home country, as is similarly speculated to be the case with the recent Manchester attacker. On a side note, Islamist movements in the Philippines were not unknown to the U.S. Barack Obama was actually secretly drone bombing the country during his presidency, actions almost completely ignored by western media. As Obama should have been well aware, drone strikes only create more radical elements and greatly expand the problem (they also expand ISISrecruitment pool). Regardless, this is where this story gets interesting.
Herald Courier
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The Event Chronicle
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How much is Trump? These are malignant forces ranging from the corrosive Zionist predators in Israel, to the assembled Kazakh families of Europe. Also the unelected, so out of control, presumptive CIA and Homeland Security and the oh so very criminal Washington Jewish Cadres. This people's choice President IS Democracy. Humanity, public or community values, means nothing to such parasitical entities. Power at all costs, Agenda 21, is their mantra. Subjugation, domination and extermination. Life, yours(!), means nothing the them. You are each disposable assets. Their Deep State (Unelected!!) has one agenda Sequestrate! Exterminate. Deep State is as ugly as the name purveys. Dismantle it, before it You! Now, with Comey the first to be cast aside, the battle lines are drawn, who next? Do we have to wait for the sleazy manipulating low standard Crime Family Kushner's to decide, up to their slimy necks in cahoots with Mossad and the worst Israeli criminal family tyrants ? Who has Daddy's ear? How can this be allowed, or tolerated? Kushner's a Gofer for Zio trash and is working Trump like a Puppet.
Derby Telegraph
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BBC News 24
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France 24
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BBC News 24
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all a bit posh and a bit slow and people were nervous about television but by the time he joined the programme, all the people making children's programmes had grown up with television survey were experimental and more relaxed about things. He was allowed to have its own voice Andy Northern accent and was more relaxed. -- and a Northern accent. There.
Mondoweiss
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Bissan Eid, 24, gave birth to her first child, Sarah, on May 11 in Khan Younis in southern Gaza, several months after she first attempted to leave the besieged coastal Palestinian territory ... A Canadian citizen whose family is Palestinian from the Gaza Strip, Bissan first went to Gaza in June 2016 to get married and visit relatives. But when she tried to leave, Israel did not grant her a permit to exit Gaza through the Erez border crossing it controls. From there, Bissan had planned to travel to Jordan and fly to Canada. After it became clear she would not be allowed to leave, Bissan was forced to give birth in Gaza. While Bissan had an assisted delivery, her daughter was born healthy, Eid said. But her protracted struggle to get back to Canada has left her feeling frustrated and alone, her father said ... The situation also caused Bissan to miss the entire second year in a master’s degree she was pursuing in civil engineering at Concordia University in Montreal.
South China Morning Post
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Collective Evolution
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Housing communities have various stipulations owner's must adhere to. On a recent trip, I asked a friend why every single house was the same color. The rules, they said, were to ensure no one painted their house a bright, or unsightly color. Cars are not allowed on the streets, nor in the driveway, but must be parked in the garages overnight. Lawns must maintain a similar aesthetic from house to house. The list surely goes on. I felt like I was seeing black and white. The lack of differentiation disturbed me. I am the type of person who, when I travel, the first thing that enchants me are colors. Brightly-colored murals painted on the side of buildings throughout a city make me happy art is being reimagined from the controversial graffiti to the now well-respected colors swallowing brick and cinderblock. A place can look run-down, or it can look gentrified, but they both hold stigmas.
BBC News 24
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The way it works, when you are coming back, as the person who is potentially fighting abroad, you tell the authorities and they either prosecute you blame on the two, and if you don't tell them, you might not be allowed into the country for two years. But it was revealed recently by the Home Secretary, only one of those temporary exclusion.
Derby Telegraph
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Voice Of America
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"It isn't so much that they recruited them," she argued, "but that they gave them an ideology that allowed them to think it was okay to kill Shi'ites and okay to hate certain people, so it made it easier for them to be recruited subsequently."
Quick Sprout
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After sending this message to 300 connections, Scott saw a drastic increase in his number of endorsements. It went from a meager 28 to 302, which was an increase of over 1,000%! The amazing thing is that it took less than 15 minutes. Tweak this template as you see fit, and send it to as many connections as possible. While you may not get quite the level of results that Scott did, I can pretty much guarantee you’ll see a substantial spike in your number of endorsements. Tactic #2 Here’s another simple way to go about asking. It involves leveraging existing resources where people understand your skillset and know what you bring to the table. Some examples might include your blog and email. Here’s what you do. First , invite others to connect with you on LinkedIn . This is necessary because the last time I checked, only first-degree connections are allowed to endorse you.
Sky News
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uppermost in the minds of the journalists who were asking her about her record when she was in the Home Office on whether balls had been dropped that allowed Salman Abedi to slip through the net. She was out campaigning earlier on in south-west London
Sky News
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do us harm. But no temporary exclusion order was exercised. Salman Abedi was allowed, without let or hindrance, to go back to Manchester. That is actually outrageous, and I think the Home Secretary Amber Rudd really needs.
Sky News
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that needs like that, which has nothing to do with MI5. The border agency needs to be looked at. We are told that Salman Abedi was in Libya, a highly dangerous part of the world, and yet, he was allowed to come back into the United Kingdom from Düsseldorf airport. I think.
Bleacher Report
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500. " We just haven't been doing much offensively," manager Buck Showalter told Brittany Ghiroli of MLB .com. "It's a real tribute to their pitchers and us not swinging the bat real well right now." Chris Davis (2-for-22, 11 K), Adam Jones (1-for-16), Seth Smith (2-for-20) and Welington Castillo (3-for-20) were among the biggest culprits for a team that hit .220 and scored just 16 runs in six games. The pitching staff didn't exactly pick up the slack either. Alec Asher replaced Ubaldo Jimenez in the starting rotation on Sunday, then promptly allowed six earned runs in two innings of work. Further complicating that situation, Jimenez then followed him out of the bullpen and tossed six strong innings. At any rate, the O's picked a bad time to hit the skids with the New York Yankees and Red Sox coming to town during the upcoming week. They'll need to right the ship quickly or risk rapidly slipping down the AL East standings.
The Sun Daily
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That is how it has been done in all other cases," he told AFP. "This is just another case and we adopt the same method." He said prosecutors on Tuesday are expected to ask for the case to be transferred to the High Court for trial at a later date. Police are still trying to trace four North Koreans suspected of having taken part in the murder plot, who are believed to have returned to Pyongyang immediately after the killing. Three other North Koreans earlier described as "persons of interest", including a diplomat based in Malaysia, were allowed to return home under a deal to secure the release of Malaysians held in Pyongyang. The killing sparked a diplomatic row between Malaysia and North Korea which saw both countries banning each other's citizens from leaving and withdrawing their ambassadors. The travel ban was lifted in late March after a deal was struck involving the return of Kim's body to North Korea. — AFP
Sky News
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years ago this week, so I think social change and social transformation in Ireland has already happened. That social transformation has allowed somebody with my background to compete for this office. Among the grassroots, housing minister Simon Coveney believes he has widespread support, but with most of the parliamentary party backing his rival, some think that this election is over