South China Morning Post
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Bleacher Report
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Washingtons Blog
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Futurism
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Juno's Revelations NASA's Juno spacecraft has just revealed a wealth of new information about our Solar System's biggest resident, Jupiter, and it's now clear that everything we thought we knew about the gas giant may have been wrong . The first observations were made when the spacecraft dipped closer to the tops of the clouds covering the planets' surface and passed over the poles. “What we've learned so far is Earth-shattering. Or should I say, Jupiter-shattering,” Juno's principal investigator at the South Research Institute, Scott Bolton, said in a press release . “Discoveries about its composition, magnetosphere, and poles are as stunning as the photographs the mission is generating.” At the planets' poles, there are massive, oval-shaped cyclones, completely different from the polar regions observed on Saturn. Some of these cyclones were observed to be so enormous that they approached widths of 1,400 kilometers (900 miles), making them 10 times larger than the most massive cyclones seen on Earth.
Global News
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Radar Online
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Jennifer Lawrence owes a lot to her Hunger Games fans, and just like Katniss, she likes to give back. So when she was approached recently by two young sisters in London’s Heathrow airport, where she was filming scenes for her spy thriller Red Sparrow, she didnt hesitate to make their day. A source says the down-to-earth star chatted with the girls at length during a break in filming, signing autographs and sharing their excitement about jetting off on vacation. After taking their parents aside and getting their thumbs-up, she even gave the girls a little spending money for an ice cream. “Jennifer was so warm ,” says the source. “And it was fun to watch her snap back into character when cameras rolled again, all stern and serious.” Stern J.Law? Now that’s an act!
The Sun Daily
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“One can use cash or credit card but most prefer to use digital currency as it is easier, as one does not have to carry so much cash around,” she said. However, many declined to be interviewed when approached at the mall or at the atrium near the office, claiming they were not investors in the virtual currency scheme. In September last year, theSun reported that Mcoin was becoming a hot investment as many people were attracted to its high yields. Investors obtain the digital currency by subscribing to various packages ranging from US$100 to US$15,000 (RM427 to RM64,140). Mcoin, purportedly the pioneer in digital currency in Malaysia, is especially popular in Penang, on the back of wide acceptance of “Mpoints” in the city. Mpoints has been around for four to five years and is undertaken through MFace International Sdn Bhd, a unit of MBI. Investors start by buying a package of Mcoins that later grow as the coins are “split” to increase the number of coins in circulation.
The Sun Daily
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"One can use cash or credit card but most prefer to use digital currency as it is easier, as one does not have to carry so much cash around," she said. However, many declined to be interviewed when approached at the mall or at the atrium near the office, claiming they were not investors in the virtual currency scheme. In September last year, theSun reported that Mcoin was becoming a hot investment as many people were attracted to its high yields. Investors obtain the digital currency by subscribing to various packages ranging from US$100 to US$15,000 (RM427 to RM64,140). Mcoin, purportedly the pioneer in digital currency in Malaysia, is especially popular in Penang, on the back of wide acceptance of "Mpoints" in the city. Mpoints has been around for four to five years and is undertaken through MFace International Sdn Bhd, a unit of MBI. Investors start by buying a package of Mcoins that later grow as the coins are "split" to increase the number of coins in circulation.
The Economic Times
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Are any Chinese players approaching ACMA for partnering in making electronic parts as China has a big EV market? I think the world is looking at China to find a solution, because China is already moving the EV way. They are ahead of us. India is the second preferred choice as far as this goes and the world is already looking at India and China to develop these energy batteries which will power the e-motors. No one has approached us but anything can happen. Today’s economy and today’s trade is opening up. China is opening up roads and railways from China to the rest of the world. Rest of the world getting into China by road was unthinkable, unimaginable earlier. So a lot of things are happening and anything can happen. Wherever we can make a correct product at a correct price the industry will move there, it could be Africa, or it could be anywhere else.
The Sun Daily
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ALOR STAR: Three men who posed as policemen to rob a man were detained at Kampung Batu Lima, Sik on Wednesday. Kedah Criminal Investigation Department chief SAC Mior Farid Al Athrash Wahid said three men aged between 21 and 32 years, were arrested about 8.40am by the villagers before being handed over to the police. “At 8.30am, the 30-year-old complainant, was on his way to Jeneri driving his Toyota Hilux before realising he was being followed by a Proton Saga and a Nissan Navara. “At the scene, three men posing as police officers from Bukit Aman, got off their vehicles and approached the complainant while holding a pistol and batons,” he said in a press conference at Kedah police contingent headquarters here today. He said the complainant managed to contact his employer who then alerted the matter to the police and at the same time asking for help from the villagers by using WhatsApp application.
Plymouth Herald
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Watch above: The last look inside the old Quality Hotel Serious concerns have been raised about the design of a £50 million five-star hotel which will be built on the Hoe. Historic England, Britain's authority on old buildings, says the designs put forward have significant questionable aspects and will fail to deliver the regeneration Plymouth needs. The government body, which was approached for advice on the application, has also raised issues regarding the...
The Sun Daily
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We see are ourselves in a sweet spot and will continue to ride on this fastest growing sub-segment of the grocery retail segment in Malaysia. Best piece of advice you ever got on your career. It wasn't an advice but a priceless piece of observation on me by someone whom I worked for and highly regard. I was at my first job in a bank's IT department. The manager of my department was promoted to be a senior manager, supervising a few departments including the one that I worked in. The new department manager did not appraise my performance well. One fine day my former manager turned senior manager approached me to ask if he could rewrite my appraisal, and I would have to sign it again. I was absolutely surprised because it was unheard of. The reason given was that the senior manager did not approve of my earlier appraisal but instead passed a comment that sounded like, "You all do not know this guy (me) well.
Plymouth Herald
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Watch above: The last look inside the old Quality Hotel Serious concerns have been raised about the design of a £50 million five-star hotel which will be built on the Hoe. Historic England, Britain's authority on old buildings, says the designs put forward have significant questionable aspects and will fail to deliver the regeneration Plymouth needs. The government body, which was approached for advice on the application, has also raised issues regarding the...
BBC One London
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20-year-old Mohanna Abdhou was talking with friends on Malvern Road when they were approached by two males on bicycles. A gun was fired towards the group and Mohana, known as Montana to her friends, died from a single gunshot wound. Plans to resurface RAF Northolt could lead to an increase in commercial flights using the military base. That's the fear held by some residents in north west London
The Washington Times - Hockey
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Voice Of America
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“Only al-Shabab is reporting that he confessed, only they have passed the judgement and only they have executed the punishment ... they have done all that while they are not legitimate. These are religious bandits.” Sharif said those subjected to al-Shabab sentences and punishments do not have the right to contest or argue against accusations made against them. Shooting at food distribution point Meanwhile, two people were shot dead and 15 others were wounded after a gunman opened fire on internally displaced people waiting for food distribution at a feeding center in Abudwaq town, Central Somalia. Witnesses said the gunman had an argument with the guards at the feeding center before the shooting. Community leader Muse Mohamed Ahmed described the incident to VOA Somali. “This morning an Islamic organization brought food for the displaced, they registered the people and have started to distribute the food when a man approached the gate and attempted to get in.
The Economic Times
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The Kumar Mangalam Birla-owned telco has about 11,000 captive towers via a wholly owned arm Idea Cellular Infrastructure Services and Vodafone India directly owns 10,926 towers. The two are also part of a telecom tower joint ventureIndus Towers. Vodafone may hive off its towers into a wholly owned unit, which would be part of the combined deal, said one of the persons. "We have publicly stated that we will be looking at possible opportunities to monetise our towers. In this regard, we are being approached by many parties to explore possible options," said a Vodafone spokesperson. "At this point of time we have not struck any deal." Idea declined to comment on ET's email seeking comment. The Aditya Birla Group telco and Vodafone India are in the process of merging their businesses to create the largest telecom operator in the country. This deal, expected to close in a year, does not include Vodafone's 42% stake in Indus, the world's largest telecom towers company running 122,000 towers.
BBC News 24
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This is the suspect, Jeremy Joseph Christian. While travelling on a train on Friday afternoon, police say that he became aggressive. He was yelling, ranting, raving a lot of things which would be characterised as hate speech. Some people approached him, appeared to try to intervene.
Daily Mail - USA
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BBC News 24
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This is the suspect, Jeremy Joseph Christian. While travelling on a train on Friday afternoon, police say that he became aggressive. He was yelling, ranting, raving a lot of things which would be characterised as hate speech. Some people approached him, appeared to try to intervene with his behaviour, and some of the people he was yelling at, they were attacked viciously by the suspect
BBC News 24
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These are built on the hill, so as the train approached it could naturally decelerate. And as the train departed it could naturally accelerate. You're going to get a dodgy back if you're walking down here all day. You could develop the mail rail walk. The mail rail walk! This was a 1980s mail train. Right. Still smaller than I thought they would be
BBC News 24
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Other passengers said they were trying to stop a man abusing two teenage girls who appeared to be Muslim. This is the suspect, Jeremy Joseph Christian. While travelling on a train on Friday afternoon, police say that he became aggressive. He was yelling, ranting, raving a lot of things which would be characterised as hate speech. Some people approached him, appeared to try to intervene with his behaviour, and some of the people he was yelling at,.
Sky News
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about the way that terrorism is approached by the government. Do you think it is a time for this conversation or do people still need to get over what has happened? Any my objective has been to hold people together. Terrorists want to divide as makers argue amongst.
The Sun Daily
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LABUAN: A 54-year-old suspect was arrested in connection with the murder of an Indonesian man over a RM500 debt at Kg Tanjung Aru here Saturday night. Labuan police chief Supt Adzhar Othman said the suspect, a fisherman, was picked up at the scene of the crime the same day. In the 2pm incident, the deceased, identified as Yahudin Sahib, 54, had approached the suspect at his house to ask for the money he owed but a scuffle ensued instead, resulting in the deceased sustaining injuries that proved to be fatal. "The neighbour of the deceased who overheard screams of someone asking for help had gone to investigate the cause of the screams. The neighbour went to the house and saw the deceased lying on the floor helplessly," he said. Following interrogation, police believe the deceased was beaten up with a hard object. The suspect who had no previous criminal record had since been remanded under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder. — Bernama