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Did you know she was pregnant? Seems like she's been pregnant for two years. You're allowed to see it now. That's the headline in the Mirror. She's been doing a charity photo shoot and other people with The Prince's Trust.
Sky News
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Scientists are very excited at the discovery of three new planets in our Galaxy that they say could have allowed life to evolve. The earth-sized planets which have been named imaginatively, E, F, and G lie in the Goldilocks zone of the sun where temperatures are not too hold, not too cold, where they can support liquid water, a key ingredient to life.
BBC News 24
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Whirlpool has been replacing or fixing an estimated 3.8 million potentially faulty machines across the UK after it found excess fluff can present a fire risk. Previously, the company told customers they could continue to use their tumble dryer, Official figures reveal that one driver has over sixty points Official figures reveal that one driver has over 60 points on his licence, but has still been allowed to continue driving.
BBC News 24
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And that way was to believe in God. And it's your religious belief now that brought you to this point of view, that abortion cannot be allowed? It's my soul's belief.
BBC News 24
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Not allowing them to act and to feel and to be the way that they know they are inside is just damaging. The Obama rule, of course, allowed those students to use the bathrooms they felt most comfortable in.
BBC News 24
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The Obama rule, of course, allowed those students to use the bathrooms they felt most comfortable in. Do you understand why that makes some other people, not transgender, feel uncomfortable and in some cases feel threatened? In some cases they feel it is a safety issue.
The Iran Project
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Referring to the recent missile tests that have been calledprovocative” by so many, Rezaei said: We dont claim that we should start randomly firing missiles in response to Trump’s threats. Such an action would amount to adventurism. Of course if the enemy moves against us, we will definitely respond. But we will not be the one who starts anything. If Trump is allowed to believe that threats work and can cause fear, he will increase his threats. He is a bully … if he feels that his opponent can also be a bully, he will back down. Otherwise, he will keep advancing. … Showing weakness has often led to war. … Our most important defensive doctrine is to maintain our strength as a deterrent against war. Our strength is our means of deterrence. … I ask those who are against strengthening our military: If we had our present power at the time of Saddam’s invasion, would he have dared to invade us? There may be no doubt that the answer to this question is “No.
BBC News - Top Stories
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Some 10,000 people are legally driving, despite having more points than the standard threshold for a ban.
BBC News 24
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Though surprised here. We heard mutterings as might be the case. Yes, we were expecting it at some point today. And indeed it has come through. The reversal of Barack Obama's ruled that allowed transgender students use whichever toilets or locker room is, as you say, that they associated their gender with. Not necessarily the one Melbourne with.
BBC News 24
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Daily Mail - USA
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Sky News
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Sky News cannot verify the footage but it is claimed that he was in one of the vehicles. This is a man who was once detained in Guantánamo Bay, released back to Britain and allowed to get on with his life in Manchester. Ishmael wanted to work with him to de-radicalize others.
BBC News 24
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Voice Of America
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The reservoir's operators have been releasing water at maximum levels since January 9 but it was not enough to avoid a spillover because of recent storms, Rachael Gibson, a spokeswoman for the Santa Clara Valley Water District, said at a news conference. Trash-strewn floodwaters inundated city blocks in California's third-largest city, as firefighters in inflatable boats on Tuesday ferried stranded residents to dry ground. Thousand face mandatory evacuation Aside from 14,000 people whom officials said were placed under mandatory evacuation orders, with many taking up residence in emergency shelters, the city has issued a less severe evacuation advisory to 22,000 people, urging them to leave their homes as well. “This is nothing you ever want to see in your community,” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo told a news conference. Residents of the flooded area, which is near downtown and is made up of apartment buildings and townhomes, would not be allowed to return to their properties on Wednesday, Liccardo said.
BBC News 24
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Good evening. Jamie Vardy scored a crucial away goal to keep Leicester City's hopes in the quarter-finals allowed. There defeat to severe in Spain gives them a chance. More broadly, this goal Spain gives them a chance. More League.
ITV
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Falcao should not have been allowed to get to where he got to. But when he did get there, wow, a chip of heavenly quality. And it is 3-2. De Bruyne, wow, a chip of heavenly quality. And it is 3-2. De Bruyne. Away by the leak. A corner. it is 3-2. De Bruyne. Away by Glik.
Sky News
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This is a man who was once detained in Guantánamo Bay, released back to Britain and allowed to get on with his life in Manchester. Ishmael wanted to work with him to de-radicalize others.
The Washington Times - Soccer
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BBC One Wales
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He was arrested when he returned yesterday and sentenced for contempt of court. Cameras are not allowed in courts in Wales and England. The number of cancer cases in Wales has risen by nearly 10% over a ten year period.
Sky News
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This is a man who was once detained in Guantánamo Bay, released back to Britain and allowed to get on with his life in Manchester. Ishmael wanted to work with him to de-radicalize others.
NPR News
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Residents were ordered to evacuate overnight after creeks and reservoirs flooded, and won't be allowed home for at least another day. (Image credit: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
Voice Of America
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Under the new guidance, Trump officials said anti-bullying safeguards are being kept in place, to protect transgender students from taunts of classmates at their schools. The Obama-era guideline was based on a reading of a U.S. law that bans sex discrimination in education and school activities, in the belief that it also applied to gender identity. The guideline was not legally binding, but it amounted to a warning to school districts that they faced loss of federal funds if they did not follow it. The issue sparked protests in some school districts and opposition by conservative local officials, particularly in cases where it allowed transgender girls — those identified as male at birth but later chose to live as females — to use girls' restrooms. A laissez-faire approach During his long run for the White House, presidential candidate Trump took a laissez-faire attitude toward the issue — a policy of letting matters take their own course, without interfering.
Sky News
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Sky's Tom Parmenter reports. The route he took from Manchester to Mosul is a long and complicated one. This is where it apparently ended. IS propaganda has claimed he was part of a series of vehicles packed with explosives detonated in their fight against Iraqi forces. Sky News cannot verify the footage but it is claimed that he was in one of the vehicles. This is a man who was once detained in Guantánamo Bay, released back to Britain and allowed to get on with his life in Manchester.
Washington Free Beacon
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Both militant groups would benefit from the integration of ISIS foreign fighters and potential collaboration with ISWAP, the report noted. In the long-term, Gartenstein-Ross warned that al Qaeda poses a greater threat to Africa than ISIS. "While ISIS is certainly going to make efforts to carry out further attacks in Africa, the weakening of ISIS in Iraq and Syria will in the medium-to-long-term reduce the extent to which the group can spread in Africa," he said. "ISIS may surge in the short-term, but their reduced resources prevent them from spreading the way they did in Iraq and Syria." Gartenstein-Ross said while ISIS has carried out a series of large-scale attacks in recent years, al Qaeda has "sat in the shadows" to avoid drawing attention to themselves from international counterterrorism efforts. He said this has allowed the group to maintain a deeply rooted network across both the Middle East and Africa.