Nottingham Evening Post
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A 46-year-old man is in hospital with serious injuries following an assault in Sherwood Rise.From midday on Sunday, February 19, police officers have been stationed outside a three-story flat complex on the street and forensics have been seen looking through the bins outside.A police car has been parked outside the property on the path but left the scene this afternoon (Tuesday, February 21).A 43-year-old woman, Malgorzata Kobialka, 43, of Sherwood Rise, is due to appear at Nottingham...
Vice News YouTube
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U.K. fishermen are some of the strongest supporters of Brexit, alleging that the European Union’s control of what they catch and where hurts their trade. After Brexit, however, British fishermen could be able to catch hundreds of thousands of tons more fish. Fishing in the EU is highly regulated, and those regulations can be complex. Each member state has a specific quota for each species, and that quota changes in different parts of EU waters. Fishermen in some countries can also sail further into foreign territory than others. British fishermen say the limits set by the EU’s fisheries policy are unfair and need to change, but supporters argue that the quotas have maintained, and sometimes increased, fish stocks. And with 66 percent of British fish earmarked for export, U.K. fisherman will still want access to the EU market in any deal brokered.
Live Science
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Hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus landed in the New World, a complex society in what is now New Mexico passed down power through its maternal line, a new study finds.
Washington Free Beacon
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"They are highly complex and dynamic, technologically diverse, and often geographically dispersed. This complexity increases the difficulty in identifying, managing, and protecting the myriad of operating systems, applications, and devices comprising the systems and networks." The risk is exacerbated due to longstanding issues with security that has left the federal network "riddled with security vulnerabilities." The problems extend to all federal agencies, according to the report. "Systems used by federal agencies are often riddled with security vulnerabilities—both known and unknown," the report states. A national database of known vulnerabilities includes 82,384 entries as of February 2016, "with more being added each day." It is impossible to calculate the number of unknown vulnerabilities lurking in these systems. The number of cyber attacks and potential intrusions has been growing each year, according to the report, which notes that "until fiscal year 2016, the number of information security incidents reported by federal agencies to the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) U.
MacRumors
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Customers who are experiencing keyboard problems should visit an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider. In most cases, Apple is offering repairs and replacements for affected users, especially those who have verifiable hardware problems related to skipping keys, but some MacRumors readers have needed to go through several replacement machines to find a keyboard that doesn't experience issues. Keyboard replacements are also not a simple matter on a machine as complex as the MacBook Pro, and users should expect repairs or replacements to take multiple days. According to reports from customers who have sought repairs, Apple is outright replacing most Touch Bar models while sending non-Touch Bar models out for repairs. Related Roundup: MacBook Pro Buyer's Guide: MacBook Pro (Neutral) Discuss this article in our forums
Washingtons Blog
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Add layer after layer after layer of new complex regulations to the practice of medicine, and soon enough you need millions of paper-pushing employees to monitor compliance, enforce compliance, pursue administrative and criminal charges of non-compliance, file claims and counter-claims, defend the innocent from false accusations, write hundreds of pages of new regulations, and so on. Yes, there is a place for common-sense regulations, and procedures to vet caregivers and track standards of care, etc. But the system is now so onerous and out of control that the practice of medicine now requires far more attorneys and compliance-regulatory-paper-pushers than it does doctors and nurses. This is but one example of America's obsessive penchant for criminalizing and over-regulating everyday life. No wonder America has over 20 million people with felony convictions, many for drug-related offenses that should have been treated as medical conditions (such as addiction).
Proactive Investors USA
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EVO
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Richard Lane 21 Feb 2017 Renault Sport today took the covers off its 2017 Formula 1 challenger. Christened R.S. 17, the machineentirely new – is expected to race for podiums this season and represents a significant milestone in the company’s ambition to add to its 12 constructorsworld championship titles by 2020. For Renault’s second season back as a works team, its car is wider, longer and frankly much more intimidating than the disappointing R.S. 16 it replaces. An enormously complex and swept-back front wing, a much larger contact patch with the ground thanks to 25-per-cent wider tyres, and a lower, angled rear wing are the most noticeable features alongside the decision to again feature black prominently in the livery. Like the Sauber C36 revealed yesterday , the car also features a lengthyshark fin’, which is designed to stabilise the rear axle during direction changes.
Plymouth Herald
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Teams of firefighters are tackling a major blaze sweeping through a leisure centre and swimming pool complex.Flames broke out at the Riverside Leisure Centre in Exeter shortly before the alarm was raised at about 4pm today, Tuesday.Crowds of onlookers have gathered close to the centre at Exe Bridges after the centre was evacuated.Firefighters from about ten crews are tackling the fire after flames spread through the sauna and health suite which was reported to be well alight.At least one person...
Petrolicious
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The cutting-edge styling of the SM really started to embody that adjective; hard lines and distinct angles make up the unique look of the car, which at once harkens back to the DS in the way the car sort of launches up and out from the rearmost corners, and yet carves out its own presence too, never to be considered an update or a “re-imagining.” It goes without saying that the interior design of cars that look they way they do on the outside should be equally radical, and the SM does not disappoint once you open the door. The inside features a single spoke steering wheel, scorpion-like ribbed leather seats, and a brushed metal surface atop the center console that provides the backdrop for that too-cool shifter; I had a hard time watching the road instead of that complex chrome cylinder during every gear change. So the next time someone tells you that France is only good at hoisting white flags, tell them to read a history book, and preferably one with some Citroens. They certainly deserve a place in it.
Petrolicious
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It goes without saying that the interior design of cars that look they way they do on the outside should be equally radical, and the SM does not disappoint once you open the door. The inside features a single spoke steering wheel, scorpion-like ribbed leather seats, and a brushed metal surface atop the center console that provides the backdrop for that too-cool shifter; I had a hard time watching the road instead of that complex chrome cylinder during every gear change. So the next time someone tells you that France is only good at hoisting white flags, tell them to read a history book, and preferably one with some Citroens. They certainly deserve a place in it.
Daily Mail - Football
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Celtic have unveiled plans for a hotel and museum complex next to their stadium. The club released images of the proposed development, which could also include a ticket office and store.
AFP News Agency
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At least seven people have been killed after multiple Taliban suicide bombers attacked a court complex in northern Pakistan , the latest in a series of assaults which have raised fears militants are regrouping.
France 24
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The Vatican and Rome's Jewish community on Monday presented an ambitious exhibition on the menorah which will bring together 130 works featuring the iconic Jewish candelabrum, an ancient symbol of the faith. The show on the seven-candle Hebrew lamp will run simultaneously from May 15 to July 23 at the Vatican museums and the synagogue complex in a city which once housed one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world. The artifacts are being loaned by nearly 20 museums around the world, including London's National Gallery and the Louvre in Paris. Among them will be one of the earliest known depictions of a menorah, an engraved stone found at the site in Israel where a synagogue from the Second Temple period was discovered by archaeologists in 2009. Christian medieval candlesticks inspired by the menorah, as well as the works of contemporary artists, will also be on display.
Politico
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Public school advocates say such a tax credit is a voucher program in disguise and would divert tax dollars from struggling public schools . “The end result is the same -- federal tax dollars going to private schools,” said Sasha Pudelski, assistant director for policy and advocacy at AASA, The School Superintendents Association, who called the program “a backdoor voucher.” “It’s just done through a more complex and less direct mechanism,” she said. While a tax credit may be more politically palatable than asking Congress to find or reallocate money to fulfill Trump’s $20 billion promise to expand charter and private school options, “just because it’s more palatable, doesnt mean it tastes good,” said Noelle Ellerson Ng, the group’s associate executive director. Critics on the right, meanwhile, worry such a plan would increase the federal role in education and pressure states to standardize state tax credit programs, many of which now allow nonprofit groups to prioritize a particular type of school, such as those of particular religious denominations, for instance.
Washingtons Blog
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Washingtons Blog
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officials supported the violent overthrow of elected President Viktor Yanukovych, prompting Crimea to rejoin Russia and causing ethnic Russians in the east to rise up against the U.S.-backed coup regime in Kiev, which then sought to crush the rebellion. The Kiev regime later torpedoed a peace deal that had been hammered out by Russian, Ukrainian and European negotiators in Minsk.” But such a summary would not have the desired propaganda effect on the American people. It would not present the U.S.-backed side as the “white hats” and the pro-Russia side as the “black hats.” The simple truth is that the story of Ukraine is far more complex and multi-sided than The Washington Post, The New York Times and most mainstream U.S. news outlets want to admit. They simply start the clock at the point of Crimea’s rejection of the post-coup regime and distort those facts to present the situation simply as a “Russian invasion.
ScienceDaily
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Children exposed to Zika virus in the womb may face complex health and developmental problems as they grow older, according to discussions at a National Institutes of Health workshop.
Petrolicious
4 hours
It goes without saying that the interior design of cars that look they way they do on the outside should be equally radical, and the SM does not disappoint once you open the door. The inside features a single spoke steering wheel, scorpion-like ribbed leather seats, and a brushed metal surface atop the center console that provides the backdrop for that too-cool shifter; I had a hard time watching the road instead of that complex chrome cylinder during every gear change. So the next time someone tells you that France is only good at hoisting white flags, tell them to read a history book, and preferably one with some Citroens. They certainly deserve a place in it.
BBC Parliament
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We're long way know about tackling that type of crime because of that bill and because of where we got to since David Cameron's Summit. I'm grateful for those points I will be careful for using one example, there may be very good commercial reasons for that, they might be a rumour. We should be labyrinth of corporate structures that are involved in the complex money laundering and corruption situations.
Marketing Land
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There are now so many ways to customize your search ads that optimization can seem complex. Columnist Matt Umbro discusses which components are likely to make the biggest impact on your CTR and conversion rates. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Daily Mail - Science
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Liverpool Echo
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Reds to move away from Melwood as owners back Klopps vision
Mashable
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Every mastectomy scar is unique. The way it feels and looks depends on the woman who is wearing it, and what her body endured before and after the removal of one or both breasts. SEE ALSO: Breast cancer survivor gets tattoo over scars, ends up falling in love with the artist Tattoo artist David Allen has spent the past few years learning these complex intricacies. In that time, he's adorned several dozen cancer survivors with chest tattoos of plants, flowers and branches to give their scars new meaning and the women who bear them a newfound sense of beauty and agency. "They've gone through a process where they've lost control," says Allen. "The beauty is that they're in control of this." Read more... More about Cancer , Health , Tattoos , Lifestyle , and Health Fitness