Voice Of America
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Italian rescue workers dug all night in deep snow and debris, and are continuing their search efforts Friday looking for some 30 missing people, including four children, staying at a luxury mountain resort in central Italy struck by an avalanche Wednesday. The avalanche that hit the four-star Hotel Rigopiano in the town of Farindole was likely triggered by a series of strong earthquakes that rattled the central region of Abruzzo earlier in the day. Television footage from the inside of the wrecked hotel showed massive mounds of snow pushing through a hotel wall into the lobby. Officials have confirmed finding two bodies, while Italian media said two more were located overnight. The only survivors so far are two men who were outside the hotel when the avalanche struck. News outlets had earlier reported that many people had been killed in the disaster, but local officials have not confirmed those reports.
Techradar - Reviews
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TIME - Top Stories
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The Sun Daily
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He then urged all enforcement agencies with lockup facilities to not compromise on SOP and take EAIC's recommendations for improvement seriously. Soh was suspected of stealing bananas and was investigated under Section 379 of the Penal Code but was found to be unconscious in lockup, and was confirmed dead at 12:15am. The case is being investigated under Section 24 of the EAIC Act.
The Sun Daily
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SUBANG: A female student was found dead at a private college here on Friday morning. According to police sources, she was found by security guards of the campus near the emergency staircase on the fifth floor of the building. Police also informed that the cause of her death is unknown at this juncture and investigations are underway. Subang Jaya district police chief ACP Mohammad Azlin Sadari confirmed the incident but remained mum on whether there was a suspicion of foul play in the death.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: Police has confirmed that a police report was lodged against former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Special Operations Division director Datuk Bahri Mohamad Zain over alleged abuse of power while in office. Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar confirmed today that the report had been lodged last year in Kelantan. "We received the report last year if I'm not mistaken. The investigation has been carried out and we have handed over the investigation papers to the Attorney-General's Chambers for further action," Khalid told reporters after launching Ops Selamat 10/ 2017 at the Persada Plus for the upcoming Chinese New Year festive period. "As usual, we have to investigate as there is a report lodged and whatever findings we have will be handed over to the Attorney-General," he said.
Bristol Post
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Bristol City have continued to have a busy transfer window with plenty of business being conducted yesterday. We are now approaching the final 10 days of the transfer period and yesterday City confirmed the sale of both Wes Burns and Richard O'Donnell and announced the signing of Fabian Giefer. After their FA Cup win against Fleetwood Town on Tuesday the squad now face their big league test against Nottingham Forest tomorrow. The pressure has been mounting on head coach Lee Johnson as...
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The Huffington Post
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But that was not to be, as Trump's interview last weekend with two European newspapers confirmed. He again called NATO "obsolete," proclaimed that the British vote to leave the EU would "end up being a great thing", described the EU as "basically a vehicle for Germany," and condemned German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to let in more than a million refugees fleeing violence and persecution as a "catastrophic mistake." He also threatened to impose duties of 35% on German and other foreign cars made in Mexico and imported into the United States, predicted that other countries would follow Britain's lead and vote to leave the EU, and stated that he would start his presidency trusting Putin -- who once led the FSB, the KGB's successor organisation -- just as he will Merkel, the leader of one of America's closest allies. European leaders still do not know how much -- if any -- of Trump's comments will become official US policy.
Voice Of America
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Italian rescue workers dug all night in deep snow and debris, and are continuing their search efforts Friday looking for some 30 missing people, including four children, staying at a luxury mountain resort in central Italy struck by an avalanche Wednesday. The avalanche that hit the four-star Hotel Rigopiano in the town of Farindole was likely triggered by a series of strong earthquakes that rattled the central region of Abruzzo earlier in the day. Television footage from the inside of the wrecked hotel showed massive mounds of snow pushing through a hotel wall into the lobby. Officials have confirmed finding two bodies, while Italian media said two more were located overnight. The only survivors so far are two men who were outside the hotel when the avalanche struck. News outlets had earlier reported that many people had been killed in the disaster, but local officials have not confirmed those reports.
TIME - Top Stories
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Another unknown is who, exactly, will be running the country once Trumps team arrives after the short bus ride from the Capitol. None of the members of his inner circle at the White Housechief of staff Reince Priebus, chief strategist Steve Bannon and senior adviser Jared Kushner, the President-elects son-in-lawhas served in government before, let alone at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. A sober speech would begin to alleviate widespread fears among members of both parties that the incoming President and his cohort are not prepared for the tasks ahead of them. Of the 690 political jobs that require Senate sign-off, Trump has nominated just 28. It is likely that Trump will spend his first weekend in power with just two Cabinet secretaries confirmed. Many of the fellow Republicans who will attend the speech have been left to rely on scattered hints about how the Trump era will begin.
The Cornishman
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Devon and Cornwall Police has confirmed that a 29-year-old man from west Cornwall has been arrested on suspicion of four counts of arson. The Penzance man has now been bailed until Thursday March 16 of this year over offences that all took place on Wednesday January 18. One of the offences, a fire set in a shed area at a property in Foxes Field, Eastern Green, sometime between 6pm and 6:30pm caused around £2,000 worth of damage to the shed and equipment inside, including a strimmer and...
BBC News 24
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Radio Norfolk contacted the hospital and they confirmed this was the case, but they also revealed the patient had left around a week ago but only when they had used to trespass laws to get a court order to get him to leave.
BBC News 24
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It's the most common type of cancer in British men and is normally confirmed with an invasive biopsy. Around 100,000 men undergo the procedure each year. Elaine Dunkley reports. Winning the World Cup for GB, that was definitely my finest hour.
OK!
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Chloe Ferry has continued to expand her beauty empire despite being in the CBB house [PH] And it seems the Celebrity Big Brother star – who has been causing havoc in the CBB house – is well on her way to having her own beauty empire. While in the Channel 5 house with the likes of Kim Woodburn, Calum Best and James Cosmo, the Geordie Shore beauty is still expanding her business as she's confirmed she's bringing out her own hair extension line. Launching Hair Revolution, Chloe has ...
Western Daily Press
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Bestival is looking to move from the Isle of Wight to a location near Weymouth in 2016, and we will find out the final decision soon. The large music festival has been held at Robin Hill on the Isle of Wight since 2004, but now the organisers are looking to move it to Lulworth Castle in Dorset. Purbeck District Council has conducted a 28-day consultation, and it has now confirmed the date when the final licensing decision will be made. A spokesman said: The council will consider the...
Autocar
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Spy shots reveal production model’s exterior shape ahead of its reveal; it’ll rival the Porsche 718 Cayman The upcoming Alpine A120 sports car has been spotted testing again in pre-production guise ahead of the model’s unveiling later this year. The Alpine A120 will debut at the 2017 Geneva motor show. Click here for more Captured testing near the Arctic Circle, the camouflaged car looks almost completely unchanged from the concept on which it is based. Key differences include smoother sides, a wingless rear and larger door mirrors. The car wears a rear diffuser with a centrally mounted exhaust, and the concept’s Alpine A110-inspired fog lights have been kept. Renault has confirmed that the car uses a mid-engined layout, and the hinged rear hatch to access the powertrain can be clearly seen on this pre-production model. The production car will use a turbocharged four-cylinder engine of an unspecified capacity.
Al Jazeera
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BBC News 24
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This sounds astonishing. How did it come to light? Well, it was after by BBC Radio Norfolk investigation after a patient at the James Paget hospital told them she'd heard an open secret on the ward that a patient had been there for two years after being admitted in August 2014. When BBC Radio 4 got in touch with the hospital, they confirmed that this was the case, but said the patient had left about a week ago but patient had left about a week ago that he lives in Suffolk and that he was admitted in August 2014, but that he was medically fit to be discharged shortly after entering the hospital, so you might be wondering why it has taken two years for him to leave.
BBC News 24
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Our coverage begins at three o'clock live from Washington with Katty Kay, with the new president due to be sworn in at 5pm UK time. A group of British doctors say they've transformed the diagnosis of prostate cancer - by using MRI scans. It's the most common type of cancer in men in the UK and is normally confirmed with an invasive biopsy.
Politico
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Sputnik International
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TYT YouTube
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Rick Perry recently learned that the job he’s applying for isnt even close to what he thought he was. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "When President-elect Donald J. Trump offered Rick Perry the job of energy secretary five weeks ago, Mr. Perry gladly accepted, believing he was taking on a role as a global ambassador for the American oil and gas industry that he had long championed in his home state. In the days after, Mr. Perry, the former Texas governor, discovered that he would be no such thing — that in fact, if confirmed by the Senate, he would become the steward of a vast national security complex he knew almost nothing about, caring for the most fearsome weapons on the planet, the United Statesnuclear arsenal. Two-thirds of the agency’s annual $30 billion budget is devoted to maintaining, refurbishing and keeping safe the nation’s nuclear stockpile; thwarting nuclear proliferation; cleaning up and rebuilding an aging constellation of nuclear production facilities; and overseeing national laboratories that are considered the crown jewels of government science.
The Week
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Credits Getty Images Alt Text Melbourne Car Young child among victims after driver ploughs into shoppers in city centre One-Minute Read Friday, January 20, 2017 - 9:31am Three people died and 20 were injured after a car drove into a crowd of shoppers in Melbourne, Australia. Authorities in the state of Victoria confirmed one of the victims was a young child, but have not yet released names. "Police have arrested the driver, and say it was a deliberate act, but not linked to terrorism in any way," The Guardian says. Officers reportedly shot and wounded the man before his arrest. The suspect, a 26-year-old whose identification is not yet known, had allegedly taken a woman hostage after stabbing his brother, officials said. The woman reportedly managed to escape before the car crashed into the shoppers. Police called off the chase before it reached the city centre due to safety concerns.