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An aging mobster who two years ago beat charges in a legendary heist retold in the film "Goodfellas" has been rearrested
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An aging mobster who two years ago beat charges in a legendary heist retold in the film "Goodfellas" has been rearrested
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Sputnik International
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Turkey has brought new charges against eight servicemen who had fled to Greece after last year's failed coup attempt, media reported Wednesday.
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Plymouth Herald
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Daily Mail - USA
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John J Gotti, 23, who was already in prison serving time on drug charges, was swept up Wednesday in an FBI bust along with six other reputed members of the Bonanno crime family.
BBC One East
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Which, quite frankly, she can't afford. The county council says they have little choice, though. Yes, we are going to increase charges
BBC One East
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He denies attempted rape and two other charges. The judge should start summing up tomorrow
BBC One West Midlands
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Now it's entering a new era in its 70-year history with this new factory, and in the future they could also be building electric vans as well as taxis. Peter joins us again from the new factory. Those issues about the range of the new vehicle between charges.
21stCenturyWire
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And the ruling AKP government appears to be close to both movements. The founder of the first, a “Salafist group that advocates Islamic rule in Turkey,” Salih İzzet Erdiş (better known as Salih Mirzabeyoğlu or the Commander) was arrested on 31 December 1998 and subsequently sentenced to death in 2001, which was commuted to a 20-year sentence when Turkey abolished the death penalty in 2002. But then, out of the blue, “he was pardoned on 23 July 2014, and even met with [none other than Tayyip] Erdogan some four months later. The latter, then, a “Sunni Turkish/Kurdish Muslim militia” or terrorist group that came to national prominence in 2000. when the police engaged its members in a deadly firefight, leaving the founder and leader Hüseyin Velioğlu dead and its second-in-command Edipmüş imprisoned for life following charges of “ belonging to a terrorist organization and participating in the murders of more than 100 people.
Daily Mail - USA
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Hackaday
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How Does It Work? The multiplier circuit needs an AC power supply in order to work. For the sake of simplicity let´s assume that one side of the power supply is grounded and remains at zero potential, and the other varies between plus and minus U (100 V in the example). Here's what happens: Capacitor C 1 charges through diode D 1 at the voltage U (100 V) of the power supply, which is at its negative peak. Note that this leads the capacitor to be positive at its right side and negative at its left. The yellow line indicates the direction of current flow We now have +100 V at the upper side of the power supply, and this voltage adds to that of C 1 that was charged in the previous step. Therefore capacitor C 2 charges through D 2 to 200 V, or 2U (100 V from the power supply plus 100 V from C2). The charge stored in C 1 was used in the previous cycle to charge C 2 , so C 1 is now charging through D 1 as in step 1.
Washingtons Blog
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*** Most of the industries which had positive job growth over the past ten years were in the HealthEdGov sector. In fact, financial job growth was nearly nonexistent once we take out the health insurers. Let me finish with a final chart. Without a decade of growing government support from rising health and education spending and soaring budget deficits, the labor market would have been flat on its back. [120] *** So most of the job creation has been by the public sector. But because the job creation has been financed with loans from China and private banks, trillions in unnecessary interest charges have been incurred by the U.S. And this shows military versus non-military durable goods shipments: [ Click here to view full image.] So we’re running up our debt (which will eventually decrease economic growth), but the only jobs we’re creating are military and other public sector jobs.
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The Iran Project
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The Bolton News
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Sounds similar to gunfire have been heard close to the Palace of Westminster. A man with a knife has been seen within the confines of the Palace, eyewitnesses said.
The Event Chronicle
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Mondoweiss
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The campaign took shape despite Ellison’s hard work and, may I say wrongly, to please the pro-Israel crowd by issuing a troubling statement on the BDS movement and coordinating his position on Israel with NY Senator Chuck Schumer. Mainstream American Jewish organizations stood in vehement opposition to Ellison because they deemed him “not good for Israel,” which would be the only measure of acceptability by the avowed Zionist crowd. While I strongly disagreed with Ellison’s statement on BDS and the framing of the Palestine-Israel problem in the campaign effort this does not mean that I will not defend him when it comes to charges of anti-Semitism and the attempt to squeeze more political concessions in Israel’s favor. While ADL’s case might be understood given its long history of policing Israel-related matters, the opposition from the American Jewish Committee raises serious questions regarding the viability of the newly formed Jewish-Muslim advisory council.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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POLICE inquiries into the tragic death of five-year-old Alexys Brown have concluded without anyone being charged, a coroner heard.
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