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will be many single-parent families out there that are unaware of it. Those that are, something should be done to change that, to make it more possible for us to spend that holiday time with our children in the same way that people who happen to be an two-parent families can. How easy will it be to be addressed?.
The Iran Project
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Times of Oman | Hassan Hakimian: The landslide re-election of Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, reflects the by now familiar pattern of continuity and change that has characterised Iran’s major elections over the last two decades. For starters, the result defied most expectations. While Rouhani was the favourite, few anticipated his large margin of victory (by winning 57 per cent of the vote, he precluded a runoff). Previous landslide victories in Iran – those of the reformist Mohammad Khatami in 1997, of the little-known populist firebrand Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005, and, arguably, even of Rouhani four years ago – were also largely unexpected outcomes. The second familiar feature of the latest election was high voter turnout – about 73 per cent – which has been a hallmark of elections involving popular reform-minded candidates. The highest-ever turnoutnearly 85 per cent – was recorded in the disputed 2009 election, when Mir-Hossein Mousavi seemed certain to win, yet Ahmadinejad, the incumbent, was declared the victor.
BBC News 24
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How do we strike that balance? We need to know that an AI system is not biased, it's learned from a data set that is representative of all of us and its decisions are fair, but we also don't want to stifle its progress, because when it's used in the right way it really can change things for the better. What we've found in one of the problems around our local.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Today the sun has been shining and temperatures have been at highs of 25 degrees. Plenty of people have been out in Lincoln wearing shorts and t-shirts but the glorious weather is set to change from this afternoon. The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain from midday which is set to last until 11pm this evening. READ MORE: 10,000 people ask for Lincoln Knights' Trail guide leaflets So make sure you have your brolly with you. There is also a chance of a thunderstorm...
OK!
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The presenter usually kicks off his Friday night chat show with a humorous look back on the funny stories of the week. But there was a big change on Graham Norton’s Friday night’s show as the Irish star made a sombre start to his show. In change from the norm, graham Norton instead paid tribute to those affected by the horrendous atrocities which occurred at a Ariana Grande concert in Manchester last week. Speaking to the camera, the 54 year old said: “Normally at the start ...
BBC News 24
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And they will talk to local people before deciding the way forward. Joining me now is Tim Nicholls, policy manager at the National Autistic Society. What do you think the impact of this change would be? It could be incredibly change would be? It could be.
Politico
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S. would back a treaty partner in the event of a conflict with a foreign power. Early Saturday, the president also tweeted: “Big G7 meetings today. Lots of very important matters under discussion. First on the list, of course, is terrorism. # G7Taormina .” The U.S. will be the lone holdout on endorsing the Paris accord on climate change when leaders of the G7 will issue their 2017 declaration later Saturday, officials said. Trump had said he would give European leaders a chance to make their case for the climate change accord, but will make a final decision until returning to Washington on whether his administration will remain committed to the 2015 agreement.
Daily Mail - USA
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Politico
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TAORMINA, SicilyThe U.S. will be the lone holdout on endorsing the Paris accord on climate change when leaders of the G7 will issue their 2017 declaration Saturday, officials said. President Donald Trump had said he would give European leaders a chance to make their case for the climate change accord, but will make a final decision until returning to Washington on whether his administration will remain committed to the 2015 agreement. Trump’s refusal to take a position while in Sicily has shaken the unity among the G7, the world’s most exclusive geopolitical club. The U.S. has also raised doubts about the G7’s longstanding language opposing protectionism in all forms. The Trump administration blocked similar language in a G20 communique earlier this year. The other six members – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK — will reiterate their support for the Paris agreement in the declaration, officials said.
ITV
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BBC News 24
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here this is their first time on the world stage and inevitably the focus was on one in particular, Donald Trump. And the overriding aim of the summit is to keep the President onside, convincing him that it is worth his while to be a member of this small club of large nations, so they may push him on climate change but not that hard
International Business Times
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The change means an attack is now highly likely, rather than expected imminently.
BBC News 24
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on trade and climate change. Donald Trump has voiced his anger at the impact he believes free trade is having on US car markets. He has also expressed doubts about global warming and threatened.
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police firearms officers, who have been able to go out on patrol or be used on sporting events or evidence they would not normally be seen out, that is tied to that change two critical. But she has taken a decision to keep that.
Mashable
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There's an emoji for just about everything, from tacos to tropical fish. But, we currently don't have an emoji to describe our periods. A new social media campaign wants to smash the stigma surrounding menstruation one emoji at a time. SEE ALSO: These 'femojis' may get you talking more about your period Girls rights group, Plan International, launched a social media campaign on Sunday to include an official "period emoji" on the global emoji keyboard. The charity has created five designs and people can vote for their favourite emoji. The winning design will be submitted to the Unicode Consortium, the governing organisation that standardises characters across devices. Read more... More about Emoji , Periods , Emoji Keyboard , Lifestyle , and Health Fitness
The Event Chronicle
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I am working with several people to develop a lawful infrastructure that facilitates cooperation, specifically in the truth movement that has been so crippled by divide and conquer campaigns. This infrastructure will not only provide a platform for discussing topics of information with others freely but also the legal and lawful support needed to protect ourselves from the tyrannical state while supporting solution projects of all types. The World Healers Imperative, as it is being called, is designed and intended to bridge the gap between awakening minds that are truly willing to do the inner and outer work to be the change . Downloads, My Intuitive Process and New Developments Thirdly, I have been receiving downloads on a regular basis, which I do my best to write down. They come through during moments of contemplation, philosophy, insight, and meditation, usually when I feel the most alive and invested in my experience.
Sky News
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she was concerned about this, whether she felt there had been failings by the intelligence services, by the police and she didn't really answer that, she just went back to the announcement about the terror threat level change. Tom, many thanks. That is breaking news coming into us this morning, that the Prime.
Sky News
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by the joint terrorism analysis Centre, an independent body which looks at the evidence available to them from the intelligence services and security services, and let break down what that change means. We had been moved up to critical on Tuesday evening, that meant that a further attack was.
West Briton
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USA Today - Top Stories
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Not wishing to politicise that horror but does that change it question what does that not traditionally played to ever is in number ten at the time? That is Theresa May's leadership, to confront the ills we are dealing with. I'm not sure she has demonstrated raising.