ITV4
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I mean, I've even tried being the first vampire with legitimate employment. Agh! But recently I discovered the thrill of playing on Virgin Games, and for the first time in five centuries, I feel alive. Oh, there she is. My date for the evening. FC Ingolstadt are still second bottom.
BBC News 24
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Incredibly important. It's the book that inflicted calculus on centuries of schoolchildren. Indeed it did. Newton helped put science at the centre of our modern world. Yet some worry that the assault on experts has spread beyond economics and the social sciences and now challenges science itself.
BBC Two England
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Incredibly important. It's the book that inflicted calculus on centuries of schoolchildren. Indeed it did. Newton helped put science at the centre of our modern world. Yet some worry that the assault on experts has spread beyond economics and the social sciences and now challenges science itself.
Channel 4
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Thank you. After years of delay, The inquiry into historical child sexual abuse has finally begun. But the background to this in fact goes back centuries. to build the Empire, and how they deported white British children - to help create white British colonies.
BBC One Wales
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The man who stabbed this couple on a Cardiff shopping street searched online for methods of killing. Five-year old Ellie-May died of an asthma attack, her parents call for the doctor who refused to see her to be struck-off. And common cranes are nesting here for the first time in centuries, could the M4 relief road threaten their comeback? Good afternoon.
Phys.Org
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Every now and then a scientific paper makes a real splash. We had one recently, to judge from recent headlines. "Moon rises to claim its place as a planet" said The Sunday Times on February 19, while the Mail Online asked "Is this lunarcy?". The articles were among many responding to the humble paper: "A Geophysical Planet Definition", which suggested that the criteria for determining what constitutes a planet need an overhaul. It argued that the moon, Pluto and several other bodies in the solar system should be upgraded to planets.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Voice Of America
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But things for many Christians including Saffa are not the same anymore. The rebirth of the Christian community in Qaraqosh and the rest of Iraq seems difficult as most Christians who fled the town refuse to return, and instead are embarking on journeys to settle abroad. IS blow to coexistence The mass Christian departure from Iraq has made the future survivability of the church uncertain in a region where Muslims and Christians have lived as neighbors for centuries. IS not only targeted minority Christians, but also broke societal fabrics in Iraq. “I don't want to live in this place again. I don't want to ever live next to people who chose to stay under IS rule,” Safaa told VOA. She and her entire family are attempting to leave Iraq and join their community diaspora in Europe. Migration to the West for her is not only an attempt to find safety, but also a door for opportunities.
Voice Of America
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“They traded locally, but most importantly they also had a long distance trade that connected Asia with the Roman Empire silks and spices and goods going the other way too, from the West to the East. So, they were a multicultural and ethnic society that very much said something about us today and our whole mix of cultures and they lived together fairly peacefully,” said Terpak. “So, you have a diversity in architecture, you have a diversity in the people that lived there. And another important thing, especially for early scholarship, was that there were so many inscriptions," said Getty Research Institute exhibition curator Peter Bonfitto. "So Palmyra had its own language. That was a form of Aramaic.” “It was a relatively small site that really exploded in a few centuries and then was abandoned, so you have these incredible building projects going on,” Bonfitto added.
STV
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When you've been undead for as long as I have, it's fair to say you get pretty bored. I mean, I've even tried being the first vampire with legitimate employment. Agh! But recently I discovered the thril of playing on Virgin Games, and for the first time in five centuries, I feel alive. Oh, there she is. My date for the evening. I know! Bit young for me, right, but come on, live a little! With 2 for £75 on selected Boots glasses, we'll help you find your perfect pair.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Old Market Square has been the heart of Nottingham for centuries - a place for people to meet, trade and have fun.In our video (above), we've taken a look back at some of the pictures of the iconic centre of the city from our archives - although it doesn't go back quite as far as the square itself.The site was the original setting of the world famous Goose Fair, which has seen hundreds of thousands of people visit the city to enjoy the rides and mushy peas, but was moved in 1928 due to its...
Plymouth Herald
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For centuries, the River Tamar has proved a formidable barrier to travellers, though mediaeval stone bridges eventually replaced shallow, dangerous fords. One such is New Bridge at Gunnislake though it was new only in the 16th century!It was built around 1520 by Sir Piers Edgcumbe, the owner of Cotehele and Mount Edgcumbe, and until the advent of the Tamar Bridge in 1961 was Plymouth's nearest road bridge over the river. It was the site of a bloody Civil War battle on July 20, 1644, and...
The Iran Project
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A nation that managed an important part of the world for centuries, in brotherhood, justice and respect. A nation that, in the current era, introduced the unique figure, Late Imam Khomeini, to the human society. A leader who depicted the love and kindness of divine prophets to all human beings, and was the flag-bearer of freedom, justice and brotherhood for all nations. A great reformer who, from a divine-humane perspective, was the helper for all the oppressed and was the harbinger of peace, friendship and justice, heralding fundamental reforms to benefit all nations. 3- I have met many political, cultural and social figures, as well as people from all walks of life across the five continents of the world, talking to them about international issues. This letter can be interpreted as the standpoints of other nations and many contemporary experts and figures.
BBC News 24
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Morgan was joined by Jason Roy, new test captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes in scoring half-centuries, as they beat the Vice Chancellor's XI, by 117 runs. The first ODI of the three-match series is on Friday. Boxing now, and Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao have confirmed they will take to the ring on April the 23rd.
BBC News 24
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It is most important for me. England's one-day cricket captain Eoin Morgan top-scored with 95 as his side eased to a win in the first warm-up game of their West Indies tour. Morgan was joined by Jason Roy, new test captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes in scoring half-centuries, as they beat the Vice Chancellor's XI, by 117 runs. The first ODI of the three-match series is on Friday. Boxing now, and Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao have confirmed they will take to the ring on April the 23rd. Both fighters made the announcement on social media a few hours ago. No venue has been given for what Khan describes as the "super fight", but Pacquiao has suggested earlier this month it may take place in the United Arab Emirates.
Mirrorspectrum
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The Pyramids are amazing and mysterious structures that withstand the test of time. While we are familiar with Pyramids in Egypt and Mexico, the truth is that these structures are not confined to these two countries. There are more than 1000 pyramids in central America alone. There are 300 Pyramids in China and over 200 Pyramids in Sudan. Egypt boasts around 120 Pyramids. How could ancient people have dragged railway car-sized blocks of stone and stack them together to form amazing constructions? Why is it that we have found thousands of Pyramids scattered across the globe, and more importantly, why are so many Pyramids eerily similar? These structures are a global phenomenon that has puzzled archeologists and researchers for centuries. One of the best examples of incredible ancient engineering and architecture is without a doubt the Great Pyramids of Giza.
Informed Comment
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BBC News 24
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Four days of folk dancing and music culminates in a wild costumed parade in the Old Town. The roots of this go way back, to the 16th and 17th Centuries. Those clear spring days should be an ideal time to try to out the world's thinnest tall building, Brighton's i360. It only opened last year on the city's seafront, marking the entrance to the old iconic West Pier which burned down in 2003.
BBC One London
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Morgan was joined by Jason Roy, new test captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes in scoring half-centuries, as they beat the Vice Chancellor's 11 by 117 runs. The first ODI of the three-match series is on Friday. Boxing now, and Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao have confirmed they will take to the ring on April the 23rd. Both fighters made the announcement on social media a few hours ago.
BBC News 24
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Dundee won 5-1 away at Motherwell. Partick Thistle beat a ten-man Hearts. And Kilmarnock got their first away win since October at St Johnstone. England's one-day cricket captain Eoin Morgan top-scored with 95, as his side eased to a win in the first warm-up game of their West Indies tour. Morgan was joined by Jason Roy, new test captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes in scoring half-centuries, as they beat the Vice Chancellor's 11 by 117 runs.
BBC News 24
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It is the most important for me. England's one-day cricket captain Eoin Morgan top-scored with 95 as his side eased to a win in the first warm-up game of their West Indies tour. Morgan was joined by Jason Roy, new test captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes in scoring half-centuries, as they beat the Vice Chancellor's 11 by 117 runs. The first ODI of the three-match series is on Friday. Boxing now, and Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao have confirmed they will take to the ring on April the 23rd.
BBC News 24
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This is all meant to show the struggle between the seasons as winter makes way for spring. The festival has been celebrated for centuries in the alpine town of Axam. A reminder of our top story. As we've been hearing President Trump has decided not to attend an annual event with the press in Washington.
BBC News 24
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The roots of this go way back, to the 16th and 17th Centuries. Those clear spring days should be an ideal time to try to out the world's thinnest tall building, Brighton's i360.