Financial Times - Global Economy
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Mondoweiss
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You can't punish the one who lives in tough conditions, al-Haya said. Gaza is an explosive barrel and he (Abbas) cannot press this barrel more. If he does, it's going to explode in his face and in all directions..... https://www.yahoo.com/news/hamas-gaza-says-wont-cowed-abbas-threats-172347036.html Egyptian power lines break down, worsening electricity crisis in Gaza GAZA CITY (Ma‘an) 25 Apr All Egyptian electricity lines feeding the southern Gaza Strip broke down Monday evening, Gaza's electricity company said, creating further shortages for the besieged Palestinian territory, which has already been suffering from severe electricity crises. Before the latest failure in the Egyptian lines, Gaza’s electricity company had been struggling to provide residents with power, with recent damages temporarily reducing supplies to four hours a day .
The Washington Times - Tennis
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Daily Express
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BRITISH gardeners who break a hosepipe ban run the risk of being struck with big fines for wasting water. But how much can they be fined?
Futurity
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InfoWars
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6 in 10 think civil unrest to break out in next 5 years.
BBC Two England
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63rd century break of the tournament so far. 86 is the record. Another lovely shot. Not only yellow. He will.
Derby Telegraph
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This video captures the bizarre moment a midnight burglar was caught crawling across the floor of a popular village pub in its third break-in over just two years.In a style which almost looked straight out of a Mission Impossible film, the intruder is seen staying as close to the floor as possible to avoid triggering alarms at Smithy's Marina Bar.In the end £700 was taken from the Shardlow pub's fruit machine after the break-in which has left a £4,700 damage bill for its...
MintPress News
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Such a tax cut is also a centerpiece of House Speaker Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) Better Way plan, and as the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) notes , would overwhelmingly benefit high-income people and create a costly loophole. (Trump himself is said to have 500 pass-through arrangements.) Eileen Applebaum, a senior economist with the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), further explained : During the campaign, President Trump proposed reducing the top tax rate on pass-through income to 15 percent—a tax break that would benefit him tremendously. Speaker Paul Ryan's proposed tax plan would reduce the top rate to 25 percent. Both have claimed this reduction would benefit small business owners and grow the economy. However, these proposed cuts in the pass-through tax rate benefit only a small number of wealthy households; the majority of business owners and partners are already taxed at rates lower than Ryan's or Trump's proposed top rates.
BBC News 24
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The accident and emergency department of the hospital in that district has been cordoned off. More details as we get it. A High Court judge has told the government it must publish its draft anti-pollution strategy the day after the local election. Ministers claimed they couldn't abide by a previous court ruling to publish the consultation document before the 30th of June because it would break so-called purdah rules in the run-up.
Futurity
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Ten years ago, the bones currently in your body didn't exist. Like skin, bone is constantly renewing itself, shedding old tissue, and growing it anew from stem cells in the bone marrow. A new technique renders intact bones transparent, allowing a look at those stem cells within their environment. The method is a breakthrough for testing new drugs to combat diseases like osteoporosis. In healthy bone, a delicate balance exists between the cells that build bone mass and the cells that break down old bone in a continual remodeling cycle. The process is partially controlled by stem cells in bone marrow, called osteoprogenitors, that develop into osteoblasts or osteocytes, which regulate and maintain the skeleton. To better understand diseases like osteoporosis, which occurs when loss of bone mass leads to a high risk of fractures, it is crucial to study the behavior of stem cells in bone marrow.
Futurity
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Sen has been studying solitary waves, generated in a chain of solid spheres—or grainsheld between stationary walls, for more than two decades. In 2000, he discovered how such waves can break into smaller baby solitary waves. Further research by others found that these solitary waves, under certain conditions, could reach a state of quasi-equilibrium, a generally calm state, but with large kinetic energy fluctuations. Yet whether these strongly nonlinear systems could relax beyond this quasi-equilibrium phase, where the large kinetic energy fluctuations settle to much smaller equilibrium values, remained uncertain. What we are finding is that when these solitary waves continuously break down during collisions, they start to break down and reform. When this breaking down and reforming become comparable, that's when you get to the quasi-equilibrium phase, Sen says.
The Sun Daily
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"Last year, we had the Minangkabau dishes concept but our customers requested the archipelago tastes theme again. "Despite the uncertain economy since lately, our buffet is priced the same as last year's, namely, RM88 for adults and RM48 for children from aged seven to 10 years while it is free for children under six years old," he told reporters at a preview of the SACC Ramadan Buffet here today. According to Nasrudin, in conjunction with Ramadan, customers had the opportunity to break-the-fast and perform charity at SACC as RM1 of the prices of the buffet would be contributed to the 'Rescue Syria' fund. He said the effort, which was carried out with the Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organisation (Mapim), targeted to collect RM12,000 during Ramadan. "We are always concerned at the difficulties of the Syrians and as such SACC invites the public to break-the-fast and perform charity at SACC at the same time," he said.
Voice Of America
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NASCAR
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Phys.Org
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Some of the most promising and puzzling phenomena in physics play out on the nanoscale, where a billionth-of-a-meter shift can make or break perfect electrical conductivity.
Derby Telegraph
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This video shows the terrifying moment a car with NO ONE inside reversed out into the middle of oncoming M1 traffic.The Ford Ka creeps out backwards from the hard shoulder and forces one driver to make an emergency stop before narrowly missing another.The heart-stopping incident on the northbound side of the motorway near Junction 27 could have ended in tragic consequences without driver Daniel Richardson's quick reactions.MORE NEWS: Pensioner fuming after ambulance crew break in at the WRONG...
Sky News
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Britain's Andy Murray and Dan Evans will be in action He lost 7-5 in a tie-break. And the money is still waiting cars in the main to play. He'll be after rather.
Western Morning News
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A tragic reminder of the importance of wearing seatbelts and for drivers to take a break when they feel tired has been issued by the family of a LGV driver who was crushed under his vehicle after it overturned.Andrew Small, of Torquay, was travelling along the A38 between Chudleigh and Harcombe when it is believed he fell asleep at the wheel. The 32-year-old's vehicle collided with the central reservation barrier and overturned onto the Exeter bound carriageway on April 9, 2016.As Mr Small was...
BBC Two England
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touching doesn't move. It looked as though it was fine but he flicked the other red and I think that has ruined his position. That is the end of the break. As I said earlier, Ken, that is the only way you.
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Washington Free Beacon
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"I don't see Democrats seizing that opportunity by coming out and saying, look, here's how we can address peoples' needs and keep what still works in this thing.' I haven't seen it. Can you name – what's that proposal called? Where is it?" Cuomo said. Cardin acknowledged that Cuomo had a fair point, but dodged his question by blaming Republicans for not working with Democrats. "Democrats are anxious and we've made suggestions and we have bills that we filed that will improve the Affordable Care Act," Cardin said. "We recognize it was not perfect. No bill of that magnitude has ever been passed by Congress without improving it. We need to improve it and we've made suggestions to improve it." "But at this point the Republicans are solely working within their own conference. We need to break through that, we need bipartisan proposals," he continued. "I'm all for that." The post CNN Host Calls Out Cardin for Dems Not Offering Alternatives to GOP Health Care Plan appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
BBC News 24
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semifinal in the Crucible. A repeat of last's final, between Mark Selby and Ding Junhui. Selby won the fourth frame, missing out on a century break to leave the level at 2-2, and you can watch that on BBC Two and the BBC sport website. That's all the sport. Thanks
BBC Two England
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of Shoop Shoop. That same year, who won the high break prize, in 1991. It is not a hurricane, but it.