Daily Mail - Australia
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A man has allegedly approached a group of girls at a library in Concord, inner west Sydney, and exposed himself.
BBC Parliament
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a proper scrutiny of this bill both at the second reading, the committee stage on the report stage today, that is absolutely right. It is a small bill but that does not mean they should not get scrutiny, just like big bills, and I am grateful we have had the opportunity to give the bills and proper scrutiny because it should never be easy to get legislation through Parliament and I think my honourable friend has approached the.
Radar Online
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Normani Kordei can’t dance away from her father’s dark past! After exclusively reporting that her dad was arrested for possession of cocaine, Radaronline.com can now reveal more shocking details from the past bust . In a police report obtained from the St. Petersburg PD, Derrick Hamilton was arrested on December 13, 2006 by undercover cops. READ THE POLICE REPORT! “Undercover units in the area observed a black SUV in the parking lot of Donut Connection,” the report read. “A white female approached the vehicle and opened the passenger’s side front door. She closed the door and walked away and the vehicle left.” Police then initiated a traffic stop. “Hamilton appeared to be upset and did not want to speak with either officer,” the report continued. “He did not want them entering his vehicle.” When Hamilton allowed one of the officers to search his vehicle, an “off-white substance was observed on the carpet of the floor behind the driver’s seat.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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A series of wolf attacks has prompted the closure of Wickaninnish Beach near Ucluelet, B.C. as well as a ban on dogs at nearby Long Beach. Renee Wissink with Pacific Rim National Park reserve said the decision was made after two incidents in which wolves approached and attacked dogs in the area. Dogs off-leash are an easy target, and it appears the wolves are recognizing that, he said. We are particularly concerned about an incident where a leashed dog was attacked, which is rare. Wissink said around 9,000 people bring their dogs to the area every year. He said while the temporary ban is ...
BBC Parliament
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BBC News 24
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The President of the European Commission has told the BBC that the EU will not seek to punish Britain during Brexit negotiations. Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member
Nottingham Evening Post
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Plans have been revealed to build 237 new homes and a primary school in a Nottinghamshire village. National house-builder Bellway has approached Gedling Borough Council to begin the housing development in Linby, to the north of the city, on a 15-hectare site in Papplewick Lane.If the plans are given the go ahead, a mixture of three, four and five-bedroom homes would be built on the site, and potentially a primary school.A five-hectare 'ecology park' and a three-acre public open space are also...
Southern Daily Echo
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Police have launched an investigation after a suspicious man in dark clothing pulled up in a van beside a 10-year-old girl in Lymington.
BBC News 24
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Derby Telegraph
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A mum whose daughter was seriously injured in a road accident has told how she fought for two years to get a crossing where the incident happened. Estelle Burton's worst nightmare became a reality last week when her seven-year-old daughter Isabella was injured in a crash in Stenson Road as she made her way home from school.Mrs Burton, 39, approached the Derby Telegraph in 2015 calling for Derbyshire County Council to install a pedestrian crossing on Stenson Road, in Stenson Fields, Derby, where...
BBC News 24
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Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member. Customers should be paid automatic compensation by their phone companies for problems with landlines and broadband. The telecoms regulator Ofcom says providers should pay.
BBC News 24
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Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member. Customers should be paid automatic compensation by their phone.
ITV
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For comic relief, not just your Saturday night. I did enjoy it. Approached by Comic Relief. They asked if you would get together and they gave you the.
BBC News 24
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Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member. A team of British scientists have made a major breakthrough in the treatment and diagnosis of tuberculosis
BBC News 24
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Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly, but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member. A major breakthrough in the diagnosis and treatment.
BBC News 24
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Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly, but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member. We'll negotiate in a frank way, in a fair way, and there will be no.
BBC News 24
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that the EU will not seek to punish Britain during Brexit negotiations. Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly, but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member
Sky News
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Brighton, room 228. Staff at that hotel had been approached, understandably, by members of the press. They have been instructed by members of the police not to speak to members of the press, but certainly.
BBC News 24
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The President of the European Commission has told the BBC that the EU will not seek to punish Britain during Brexit negotiations. Speaking on the eve of the EU's 60th anniversary celebrations, Jean-Claude Juncker said the exit talks will be approached fairly, but warned that Britain will be held to financial commitments made during its time as a full member
BBC News 24
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the scenes the team was embroiled in a bullying controversy. We think that around two the three months ago allegations were made by a number of Paralympian is against a coach. Claims of bullying and unacceptable behaviour, and we approached British swimming and they confirmed that they have had concerns raised,.
21stCenturyWire
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Part of the solution to this problem lies in the campaign of a positive public discussion to promote inter-cultural understanding and to raise awareness of the potential that such discourse has to contribute to the broader goals of rapprochement, peace-building and economic development in Afghanistan. I flew to the city of Herat, where I witnessed tremendous masterpieces of architecture, from the marvelous and recently restored Citadel (as valuable as the citadels of Aleppo and Erbil), to the Friday Mosque and amazing, unique minarets rising proudly towards the sky. How familiar all those architectural treasures appeared! On several occasions I approached Nasir, my local friend who was always eager to share the impressive history of his region: “Look, this could be in Delhi… and this in Samarkand!” Sure enough, the most visited world heritage site in India, Qutub Minar, situated right outside New Delhi, is perhaps the greatest symbol of the Indo-Islamic Afghan architecture, while both Herat and Samarkand were connected by the Silk Road and historically kept influencing each other.
KyivPost
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He soon gave testimony against Yanukovych, the former Ukrainian president suspected of numerous crimes including helping to instigate Russia’s war against the nation he led from 2010 to 2014. Voronenkov moved to Kyiv with his second wife, opera singer and lawmaker Maria Maksakova, and their infant son. He also leaves two children from his first marriage. Experts work near the covered body of Denys Voronenkov, an exiled Russian lawmaker, on March 23 in Kyiv. (Pavlo Podufalov) Murder details Voronenkov was walking near the five-star Premier Palace Hotel, a popular meeting place, at approximately 11:30 a. m. when he was approached by a man in a grey hoodie and sweatpants. The man shot Voronenkov in the head and wounded his bodyguard in the stomach before being shot himself by the bodyguard. Altogether, from six to 10 shots were fired, according to various accounts of witnesses.
BBC One Northern Ireland
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Bill Clinton? They hit the mark. Then the old days, Bill Clinton would have been approached by the government is to get onto the phone and start talking to the negotiators to get them over any obstacle and heal longer plays that.
Southern Daily Echo
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Police have launched an investigation after a suspicious man in dark clothing pulled up in a van beside a 10-year-old girl in Lymington.