The Guardian
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The US president’s tour was a stark reminder of how he embodies everything the EU is meant to stand up against Donald Trump’s visit to Europe has left the continent’s leaders both aghast and determined to make the best of a bad situation. There is, after all, nothing that brings people together better than having to confront a common problem. So goes the theory, at least. Minute analysis of the man’s handshakes, pushing and shoving , and vocabulary (or lack of) brings to mind the excruciating efforts Europeans once put into deciphering the inner workings of the Politburo . Trumpology has become a European science, and it’s as much guesswork as Kremlinology was. Related: Donald Trump offers shoves and strange handshakes on the world stage | Ross Barkan Britain needs to be mindful: he is now the living embodiment of everything Europe is meant to stand up against Related: We need a new defence strategyDonald Trump has hung Europe out to dry | Paul Mason Continue reading...
Channel 4
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TRANSLATION: How can one comment on this? On what basis can one say that maybe it is the Russians, but actually this is not based on fact. On Syria, common ground on the fight against terrorism,.
The Event Chronicle
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Nottingham Evening Post
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HER surname instantly tells the story: Birkin, the most celebrated family in the history of Nottingham Lace.Jane Birkin has little in common with the once-mighty manufacturer, apart from her birth into the family in 1946, the daughter of Second World War hero Lieutenant Commander David Leslie Birkin DSO.But that makes her the great-great-granddaughter of Richard Birkin who, in 1826, founded the lace company which would take Nottingham Lace around the world, create a huge fortune and spawn a...
ITV
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Already, there is an internal review into the Westminster attack a few weeks ago. And what it has in common with the attack in Manchester is that question about a peripheral character becoming a terrorist killer. The question about whether the intelligence services could have prevented that from happening. Thank you very much
The Guardian
an hour
It is now the conventional wisdom in Germany that the US can no longer be wholly relied on. This is bad news for everyone Angela Merkel’s matter of fact statement that Europe can no longer wholly trust Donald Trump’s Americaadding that this had become clear to her during the meetings on his European trip – is on one level unsurprising. Is there anyone who met the president on his recent foreign tour who felt better able to trust him as a result? There may be those, like the Saudis, who feel they got what they wanted from him, but not even they can feel they can rely on him. There is a horrible irony in the reported remarks of a “senior administration official” after the G7 meeting, that: “This was a summit in which the goals and priorities of the United States and the president really were felt deeply ... Mr Trump has changed the way many people around the world are thinking of these issues.
Ruptly TV
2 hours
French President Emmanuel Macron acknowledged the importance of dialogue with Russia, in efforts to resolve geopolitical problems, saying "nothing can be tackled without dialogue with Russia." The statement was made during a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at the Palace of Versailles, on Monday SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "We talked mostly about our bilateral relations, relations between Russia and the European Union. We talked about the problem areas in the world and were trying to find common approaches to address these complicated issues. I'm convinced that fundamental interests of Russia and France are much more important that the current political conjuncture. By the way, French business circles understand that perfectly as French business continues to work in Russia. Despite all difficulties and all restrictions, none of the around 500 French companies have left the Russian market in the last couple of years.
The Event Chronicle
2 hours
12 Whether psychokinesis could (or does) exist among other conscious entities, such as possibly stars, is currently unknown – although I am not aware of any theoretical reason why it should not. But how can the Sun and stars be conscious when they are not even biological organisms, at least not in the sense of carbon-based cellular creatures like ourselves? A common notion, which is not to say it is correct (all too often common notions and “common sense” are wrong), is that consciousness and volition (at least in nature) can only occur in carbon-based forms of biological organisms, and many people would limit the notion of consciousness to “advancedbiological organisms like vertebrates, mammals, or, according to some, only human beings. However, various researchers have argued that consciousness may arise at a quantum level and may not be limited to familiar biological organisms such as ourselves.
RT
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Global News
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Nottingham Evening Post
2 hours
HER surname instantly tells the story: Birkin, the most celebrated family in the history of Nottingham Lace.Jane Birkin has little in common with the once-mighty manufacturer, apart from her birth into the family in 1946, the daughter of Second World War hero Lieutenant Commander David Leslie Birkin DSO.But that makes her the great-great-granddaughter of Richard Birkin who, in 1826, founded the lace company which would take Nottingham Lace around the world, create a huge fortune and spawn a...
TIME - Top Stories
2 hours
The interview was conducted by mental health campaigner Alastair Campbell, who shares a common cause to tackle the taboo around mental health. His Royal Highness was photographed for the magazine with The Duchess, Prince George and Princess Charlotte by Norman Jean Roy at Kensington Palace in April. The full interview and photographs will be published in GQ later this week. A post shared by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on May 29, 2017 at 2:36am PDT I could not do my job without the stability of the family. Stability at home is so important to me, he said. I want to bring up my children in a happy, stable, secure world and that is so important to both of us as parents. And part of his family includes his mother. He said he wished she could have met his wife, Princess Kate Middleton, and his children, 3-year-old George and Charlotte, 2.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
The last one was locked up in 1880. There are 334 Tet -- steps and a further 59 to the top. The eight Shields between the Belfry and the cast iron roof to pick the three kingdoms and the various members of the house of Tudor. At one time, it was common to see wisps of smoke coming out of the top of the tower. In the west side of the tower is an air shaft that ventilated the main buildings. A furnace was kept building at the.
BBC News 24
2 hours
create common action to find solutions and so on, that was the extent of that. It was a language they were using, certainly no concrete propositions, as far as I could see. That didn't matter, as far as they were concerned, it was a first meeting to.
France 24
3 hours
But we must know, we have to fight for our own future," she said. In response to Merkel's comments, Britain said it would be a "strong partner" to Germany. "As we begin the negotiations about leaving the EU, we will be able to reassure Germany and other European countries that we are going to be a strong partner to them in defence and security and, we hope, in trade," British Interior Minister Amber Rudd told BBC radio. "We can reassure Mrs Merkel that we want to have a deep and special partnership so that we can continue to maintain European-wide security to keep us all safe from the terrorists abroad and those that are trying to be nurtured in our country," she said. Separately, France's Defence Minister Sylvie Goulard said that Trump's broadside at NATO allies could boost efforts toward a common European defence policy. "At a time when we want to take steps forward for Europe and its defence, it is a spur," said Goulard.
Radar Online
3 hours
But their connection is not all cold calculation: “They genuinely have a lot in common. It’s icing on the cake for Katy that she can drop this bomb on Taylor. There’s only one goal for Katy now, and that’s for a romance with Calvin to go public.” Get ready for fireworks!
Mondoweiss
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Ashraf says an emergency court session gave them legal cover for their immoral act. Isnt that evil?” All home demolitions are all evil.” “I know. But shouldnt we get some more international media coverage of this case? Surely the world will be appalled that four children, including a newborn, are living on a demolition site under a thin awning stretched over the few sofas they salvaged.” “There were twelve demolitions in Jerusalem that day.” “What?” “Nine Palestinian familieshomes were demolished in Jerusalem on that same day plus three stores.” I had no words. “It’s ethnic cleansing,” my friend said. “And sadly, it’s so common that it’s not considered news.”.... http://mondoweiss.net/2017/05/months-already-demolition/ Violence / Detentions West Bank / Jerusalem Palestinian child rehospitalized a week after being injured by tear gas canister Bethlehem (Ma‘an) 28 May A week after a six-year-old Palestinian was seriously injured by a tear gas canister fired by Israeli soldiers in the southern occupied West Bank district of Bethlehem, the boy was rehospitalized after his initial treatment damaged his windpipe, his father told Ma‘an on Sunday.
ScienceDaily
3 hours
Body- and sex related problems constitute a distinct group of psychological ailments that is most common in middle aged women, according to scientific research.
Nottingham Evening Post
3 hours
HANDS up if you watched the Coronation on a nine-inch TV? You were in good company if you did because televisions in 1953 were pretty primitive by today's standards.The nine-inch model was more common than the 12-inch. Both were expensive, prone to breakdowns and to annoying on-screen interference.The 140 pupils of South County School, West Bridgford were invited to watch on the school TV. But because the screen was so small, they had to view in batches.Elsewhere, all around the country, people...
Techradar - Reviews
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You can sign up for UKHost4U here These prices are a little above average. HostGator's Baby plan , for instance, gives you unlimited everything for an initial 4.80 ($6) a month, 8 ($10) on renewal. But the Shared Hosting range doesn't have any annoying restrictions on email accounts or subdomains, and there's a not-so-common option in the ability to host your account on Linux or Windows servers at no extra cost. Elsewhere, Enterprise SSD plans give you more and faster hardware resources from 20 ($25) a month. Cloud servers are 15 ($18.75) a month for six months, 30 ($52.50) after that. Dedicated servers start at 25 ($31.25) a month for six months, 50 ($62.50) after that and there's an unusual extra in a range of 3CX-based VoIP plans. The company claims to offer a 14-day trial of its hosting plans.
Collective Evolution
4 hours
Set up a sleep scheduleAfter spending the whole day working, exercising, and doing all the other things you need to do each day, you need to rest, which means that your body needs to rest. Most importantly, your brain needs time to process and store the information it has gathered during the day. Give your brain at least seven to nine hours of rest each night. The best way to do that is to create a sleep schedule that will allow you to plan your time so that you can get the needed rest. Stay connectedMake time in your day to connect with your loved ones. However, leave your phone and computer out of this process. Face-to-face time is very important. Reduce your stress levels with the help of your family and friends. Conclusion Keeping your brain healthy will make your life easier and longer. Decreasing the risk of stroke and other common neurovascular diseases and problems with the help of our seven simple steps will give yourself the chance to live a long, healthy life.
Daily Mail - Health
4 hours
Researchers in Canada monitored a group of 38 adults with vascular cognitive impairment, the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer's. The results were stark, they said.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
And it affects jobs. One party wanting to leave the European single market, a quarter of a million jobs depend on it. Another party wanting to leave the British single market. 1 million jobs linked to our trade with the rest of the United Kingdom and we cannot have these two extremes vying with each other for the future. There is a far more common way ahead. It is labour that offers a better way of.
Daily Express - Health
4 hours
ALZHEIMER’S disease - the most common type of dementia - can eventually kill due to complications with the condition. However, death rates are on the rise in both the UK and US.