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Former Met police Chief Superintendent, many thanks for sharing your expertise on the subject. Let's have a look at the weather..
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The six other nations of the Group of Seven (G-7) agreed to affirm their commitment to the Paris climate agreement, while awaiting a decision by the Trump administration as to whether the U.S. will stay in the pact. "The United States is evaluating its policy with regard to the climate, so the six other G7 countries will reaffirm their commitment [to the global Paris accord] while taking note" of the U.S. position, AFP quoted a French official as saying. U.S. officials have said Trump, who referred to man-made global warming as a “hoax” during his successful presidential campaign last year, would wait until after the summit before making a decision on the issue. Trump “is taking in what he learned from world leadersFriday to make his decision on whether to honor Washington’s commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement signed two years ago, according to the president’s chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn.
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“We live in a litigious society,” explains Josh Powell, chief of staff and executive director of general operations for the NRA. “The bad guys come to your house and you gotta use your gun and then you end up paying a hundred thousand dollars to protect yourself.” Powell explains that Carry Guard was created to accommodate the needs of a changing culture in the U.S., where more people carry concealed weapons. “There’s just been this incredible carry revolution that’s taken place over the past eight years, and you know, the NRA started it. We started this in Florida 35 or 36 years ago, passing the first concealed carry bill. And so this is really a response to that movement and our members sayingHey, we need you guys to be the gold standard for training, liability insurance— everything concealed carry.’” With similar language, the marketing campaign for Carry Guard emphasizes the “two pronged program” that offersAmerica’s most comprehensive coverage and training for those who carry a gun.
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Charlton Athletic's academy manager Steve Avory believes former Charlton boss Russell Slade - and current chief Karl Robinson - deserve credit for Ezri Konsa's development.The 19-year-old is with the England U20 World Cup squad in South Korea - the youngsters beating the hosts 1-0 yesterday (May 26) to progress in the competition.Avory believes he has acquitted himself well in Charlton's first team when given his opportunity and said: He's done really well, I think it's been a learning...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police detained four men believed to be involved in drug trafficking after the discovery of drugs and drug-packaging paraphernalia at a house here yesterday while investigating a forklift theft case at a factory in Bukit Tengah here. Seberang Perai Tengah district police chief ACP Nik Ros Azhan Nik Abdul Hamid said three of the suspects, aged between 33 and 43, were picked up at the house about 3.30pm following the arrest of their accomplice, aged 49, in Jalan Padang Lalang four hours earlier. "Among the seized drugs were Eramin 5 pills, heroin and ketamine. Police also seized various drug-packaging paraphernalia over there. The men are believed to be members of a drug syndicate in the district," he said here today. Nik Ros Azhan said police managed to recover the forklift at a lorry storage place here and the suspects were being remanded for five days to facilitate investigation. — Bernama
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S. President Donald Trump — about how important the issue is. Trump “is taking in what he learned from world leaders today” to make his decision on whether to honor Washington’s commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement signed two years ago, according to the president’s chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn. U.S. administration officials have said Trump, who referred to man-made global warming as a “hoax” during his successful presidential campaign last year, would wait until after the summit before making a decision on the issue. The G-7, going back more than a decade, has repeatedly recognized the threat of climate change. Closely watched will be the specific language issued about the subject in the Taormina communique, expected to be released late Friday or early Saturday. “It would be extremely rare for this major set of developed countries to not send a clear signal regarding climate change,” according to Jake Schmidt, the international program director of the National Resources Defense Council.
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MALACCA: The Malacca Islamic Religious Department (JAIM) will conduct daily operations during the month of Ramadan to prevent Muslims in the state from eating, drinking and smoking in public during daytime. JAIM enforcement division operations unit chief Noraminuddin Aziz said five or six JAIM officers would carry out the monitoring in rotation on premises suspected of being 'hotbeds' for Muslims who did not fast. According to him, those caught would be given a summons notice and they would then have to go to the JAIM office to facilitate investigations under Section 49 of the Syariah Offences Enactment of Malacca 1991 for the offence of selling and eating food during Ramadan. "In addition, Muslims found eating, drinking and smoking in public places can also be prosecuted under Section 49 of the same enactment with a maximum fine of RM1,000 or imprisonment up to six months, or both.
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used the phrase fast-moving. That is the phrase they have used time and time again in recent days when describing this investigation. I would expect there will be more developments over the course of this weekend. Clare Fallon. Let's assess this now. Joining me now from Salford is the former Chief Prosecutor for the North West, Nazir Afzal
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tries to get back to normal. The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Ian Hopkins, came here yesterday evening to reassure the people of Manchester that police are doing all they can to make them safe. That is important this weekend because there are a number of big events.
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The Devon army of fans in London for the county's big double of rugby and football are being warned by police to be on the alert in the capital. It comes as armed police carrying long-barreled semi-automatic weapons have been overtly patrolling Devon's streets for the first time in the wake of the terrible bombing in Manchester and the ongoing critical terror threat. Metropolitan Police Chief Supt Jon Williams said: There's a range of exciting events taking place across the capital...
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The chief constable of greater Manchester police, Ian Hopkins, came here yesterday evening primarily to reassure people that he is doing everything he can with police drafted in from around the country to keep people safe this weekend. That is important because there are some big.
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would take more conversations, more integration and he believes that the Muslim community should step up to not just condemn these acts and say so but reach out also. Former Chief Prosecutor for the North West, Nazir Afzal joins us now
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