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Do you think you're any closer to solving this than you were six years ago, when you started? I... I think we have, well, I know we have a significant line of inquiry which is worth pursuing and because it's worth pursuing, it could provide an answer. In his first British TV interview, a Portuguese police chief said.
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for funding new schools "incoherent" and offering poor value for money for taxpayers. The Prime Minister will hold talks with Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, later today. It comes just days before the other EU nations meet for a summit.
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Ivanka Trump was recently booed defending her father’s policies. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://www.tytnetwork.com/go “BERLINIvanka Trump arrived in Berlin on Tuesday morning armed with facts and figures to recite at what was expected to be a highbrow international summit to discuss women's entrepreneurship, alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel. But on her first trip abroad as an official representative of the United States, the first daughter was put on the spot about her father's attitudes toward women, booed and hissed at by the crowd, and grilled by the moderator about what, exactly, her role is in President Donald Trump’s administration. “You’re the first daughter of the United States, and you’re also an assistant to the president,” said the moderator, WirtschaftsWoche editor-in-chief Miriam Meckel.
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"The rise in underlying inflation in the first quarter, coupled with the RBA?s financial stability concerns, dramatically reduces the chances of any further interest rate cuts," said Capital Economics' chief Australia economist Paul Dales. "That said, price pressures and economic growth are not strong enough to warrant interest rate hikes. Interest rates are unlikely to rise above 1.5 percent this year or next year." AMP Capital chief economist Shane Oliver agreed. "With inflation moving in the right direction and given the RBA?s increased emphasis on an inflated Sydney and Melbourne housing market and rising household debt, the RBA is unlikely to make any adjustments to interest rates any time soon," he said "We expect it to keep the cash rate at 1.50 percent for the next year at least." The Reserve Bank slashed rates 300 basis points between November 2011 and August last year to support non-resources industries as the economy transitions out of a mining investment boom.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Wednesday hold talks with EU Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker and chief negotiator Michel Barnier, ahead of a summit to set the bloc's Brexit "red lines". In the first such meeting between the three key players, they will discuss the upcoming negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union over dinner at May's Downing Street residence. Brussels has hardened its position in recent days, making new demands over financial services, immigration and the bills Britain must settle before ending its 44-year-old membership of the bloc. The leaders of the other 27 EU nations will meet on April 29 to formally approve the guidelines for Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator for Brexit, although the talks will not begin until June. At Downing Street, both sides are likely to "reiterate their positions going into the Brexit talks", Nina Schick, associate director at advisory firm Hanbury Strategy, told AFP.
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Powerful Australian Olympic Committee chief John Coates is facing a crisis as he seeks re-election, with the organisation rocked by claims of bullying in a bitter push to oust him after 27 years. Coates, also International Olympic Committee vice-president, has never been challenged before but Olympic hockey gold medallist and businesswoman Danni Roche now wants his job, and reportedly has significant government backing. She claims the administration is dictatorial and bloated and plans to cut costs and redirect money to athletes and underfunded sports in a shake up of AOC culture. One contentious point is the more than Aus$700,000 (US$526,000) annual wage of a man seen as one of the most powerful figures in world sport, courtesy of being IOC vice-president and chairman of the co-ordination committee of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Roche, 47, has pledged to slash the salary to Aus$100,000 if she gets the job.
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"I was afraid he would hurt our daughter even though he loved her," she told Reuters by phone from the funeral. Video removed Thailand's Ministry of Digital Economy said it contacted Facebook on Tuesday afternoon about removing the videos, after receiving a police request. "We contacted Facebook today and Facebook removed the videos," ministry spokesman Somsak Khaosuwan told Reuters, adding that the government would take no action against the company. "We will not be able to press charges against Facebook, because Facebook is the service provider and they acted according to their protocol when we sent our request. They cooperated very well." After the company faced a backlash for showing the video of the Cleveland killing, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook would do all it could to prevent such content in the future. Thai netizens voiced outrage about the clips of the child's killing, which were uploaded on Monday, the first at 4.
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LONDON: Golfers will no longer live in fear of a minor infringement being picked up by eagle-eyed armchair fans, after the Royal & Ancient and USGA agreed to limit the use of video evidence on Tuesday. Golf's ruling bodies decided, with immediate effect, to outlaw the use of video replays where an infringement is so slight that it could not have been spotted by the naked eye, such as a club touching a few grains of sand during a backswing in a bunker. "We have been considering the impact of video review on the game and feel it is important to introduce a decision to give greater clarity in this area," Martin Slumbers, chief executive of the R&A, said in a statement. "Golf has always been a game of integrity and we want to ensure that the emphasis remains as much as possible on the reasonable judgment of the player rather than on what video technology can show.