Nottingham Evening Post
25 minutes
A man must obey a curfew after pawning his girlfriend's property while she was away from her Nottingham home. The city's magistrates' court heard that Steven Bettinson, 34, received £110 from Cash Generators after handing over a television and two mobile phones. At an earlier hearing, Bettinson was found guilty of theft from a house on Longford Crescent, Nottingham between October 17 and 22 as well as three charges of fraudulently selling the items. He failed to turn up for his trial....
Nottingham Evening Post
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A man must obey a curfew after pawning his girlfriend's property while she was away from her Nottingham home. The city's magistrates' court heard that Steven Bettinson, 34, received £110 from Cash Generators after handing over a television and two mobile phones. At an earlier hearing, Bettinson was found guilty of theft from a house on Longford Crescent, Nottingham between October 17 and 22 as well as three charges of fraudulently selling the items. He failed to turn up for his trial....
BBC News 24
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Just with your expertise and your former role, there's been a number of arrests but no charges. Can you talk us through logistical arrangements happening bright now? The police arrested 11 people so far. There are certain arrangements to far. There are certain arrangements.
The Economic Times
4 hours
Your flat's maintenance charge could go up from July when GST kicks inThe existing rate of 15.55% on maintenance charges will be replaced by 18% which will be applicable on housing societies having annual corpus of Rs 20 Lakh.
The Sun Daily
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YourNewsWire
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RT USA
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Breitbart News
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Daily Express
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GREATER Manchester police have arrested two more men in connection with the deadly terror attack in the city on Monday.
The Sun Daily
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ABC News - Health
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Prosecutors say a Texas nurse who is in prison for the 1982 killing of a toddler and who faces new charges in the death of an infant a year earlier is suspected of killing as many as 60 young children around that time
Daily Mail - Home
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Police are investigating the possibility that Paul Fogarty accidentally left his daughter in the back seat of his car after forgetting to drop her off on the way to work in Dundrum, Ireland.
Sky News
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STV
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Five charges were found not proven, including allegations Seed had used a spiked golf shoe and a hockey stick to beat pupils, sometimes dragging them along the floor. After being found guilty on the charge relating to Paul Curran,.
Sky News
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Daily Mail - USA
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Jacob Schwartz, 29, faces felony child pornography charges after police say they found more than 3,000 photos and videos on his laptop. He works for New York City under de Blasio's administration.
ITV
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I think it is approaching that way. But let's remember this is only the fourth full day of investigation here. Usually counterterrorism enquiries take several months before they are complete and charges are brought. There have been no charges here. 11 arrests. Each one of those generates a huge amount of material
PBS
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WATCH: I thought “we were going to be released within a day or a few days, and it went on for three years,” Egyptian-American Aya Hijazi tells Judy Woodruff about her years-long stay in an Egyptian jail on false charges. The interview airs TONIGHT on PBS. Find a clean version of this video suitable for broadcast use here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hwAhs-zez0&feature=youtu.be
Global News
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Edmonton police have withdrawn charges, including second-degree murder, laid against the man originally accused in a hit-and-run collision that killed a 18-year-old pedestrian.
Voice Of America
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South Sudanese authorities released a journalist Thursday who had been detained without charges since August 22, 2014. George Livio, who worked for the U.N.-sponsored Miraya FM radio station, had been arrested by national security operatives and detained at an unknown location. The U.N. did not immediately provide a reason for Livio's release, though the U.N. mission in South Sudan had been pushing for his freedom and that of two other staff members. Several rights groups, including Amnesty International, had petitioned President Salva Kiir to intervene and release Livio. VOA's South Sudan in Focus reached Gelego Livio, the journalist's father, by phone Friday in Khartoum. "I got the news … about half past 5 yesterday evening. He was released about midday, possibly," Livio said. Livio told South Sudan in Focus that he never received a reason for his son's arrest from the government, but heard that the government thought he was "collaborating with Riek Machar," the former first vice president who fled Juba shortly after a fresh outbreak of deadly fighting occurred in the capital in July.
Global News
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Hamilton police are hoping the public can help them find a wanted man.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: In an attempt to make airport terminals ready for any eventuality, aviation security regulator Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), has asked all airports to get the floor plan of security restricted area (SRA) approved. This move will also help check encroachment of shops in the security area at airports in the country, which could have hampered safe evacuation of passengers in case of emergency. “Each airport shall submit floor-wise plan of the SRA depicting the area earmarked for pre-embarkation security checks, adequate movement area for screened passengers and their baggage and evacuation route/passage area and area for business establishments to get one-time approval from BCAS,” said an order from the security regulator that was seen by ET. Analysts feel that this would impact the revenues of airport companies. “Any reduction in retail area is set to impact non-aeronautical revenues of the airport companies, which would lead to spike in charges, as non-aeronautical revenues are used to cross subsidise airport charges,” said VP Agarwal, former chairman at Airports Authority of India.
Sputnik International
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Voice Of America
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