KyivPost
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KyivPost
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Eighty percent of expats live in the central districts of Kyiv, and for investors that is the best market to focus on,” said Louzonis. “There is a shortage of expat-suitable housing. It’s already tough to find what they want, and it’s only getting harder.” Market realities In spite of the potential profits to be made, Louzonis stressed that “every deal is different” and there are no shortcuts. As in most other aspects of life in Ukraine, the gray economy plays a major role and brings its own specific set of risks and challenges. “People carry around suitcases of money, that’s the reality of the market,” he said. But he is optimistic that things are slowly changing, and says his agency is one of the few in Kyiv which actually has the know-how and contacts to structure deals through all the proper legal channels. That’s something that could attract more foreign investors who want to work according to the kind of rules of the game they recognize from home.
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Tens of thousands of documents containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State jihadis were handed to Sky News. For the first time, we were able to see the inner workings of the most brutal terror group in the world
BBC Radio London
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going from Poole I don't know who's interesting to see what people think it was talking about can I call it an atrocity because it is the Massacre The Killing the terrible events of our Monday in Manchester that we found herself for the third day talking about it or not because you know I wanted to talk about something else to be honest with you want to try to lift spirits but it's difficult to manage everything it's everywhere and it's an ongoing operation and you find more things on it takes different emotions to deal with different things that your hair at salon 21 on my shower anyway for the first hour to give an opportunity for people to do that also to you Zara you know whatever contacts we have to try to understand it just a little better at society come on any solicitor regular contributor Paul I think it's aimed at me.
Techradar - Reviews
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Claws Mail is an open source email client with more bite than most. It's not quite as slick as rivals like Mailbird Free, but whatever it lacks in polish it makes up for in speed and flexibility. It's made primarily for Linux, but there's also a port for Windows users, with an experimental 64-bit version. Claws Mail is packed with tools to help you tame even the most unwieldy of inboxes, including quick importing of contacts, a fast message cache system, the ability to download all attachments in an email at once, and a powerful quick search tool. That's not all; Claws Mail is an open source project, so anyone can use its code to make plugins to expand its capabilities. Many users have done just that, and spent their free time building include tools that you never realised you needed, like one that strips attachments out of emails automatically, and another that alerts you to new emails by illuminating lights on your laptop.
Sputnik International
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Police of the western German city of Dusseldorf confirmed on Thursday that the suspected perpetrator of the attack in Manchester had visited Duesseldorf, adding that they have not yet obtained any information about his contacts within the country.
Phys.Org
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Fujitsu Limited and Daido University Professor Yasuhiro Maeda have jointly developed new simulation technology that can accurately replicate splash and wave behavior in the surface of molten metals when they are being poured. In the casting process, which is used in component manufacturing in a variety of fields, such as automobiles and IT devices, molten metal is poured into a mold to be cast into a shape. The way molten metal flows through the interior of a mold significantly effects casting quality, but because the interior is impossible to see, there has been a demand for a simulation that can clarify how molten metal flows within the mold. However, simulation of this flow has been difficult to achieve as the way molten metal flows can change greatly depending on the oxide film that forms when metal contacts the air.
Sky News
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There's never been a leak from an active terror on a scale even remotely like this. Tens of thousands of documents containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State jihadis were handed to Sky News
Techradar
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Free FaceTime is a great alternative to standard voice calls, but it only works with Apple kit. Skype remains the best widely-used alternative for people you know distinctly lacking in Apple devices. You get free calls to anyone else using Skype, and cheap calls to anywhere in the world. If you're on Pay and Go, this can be handy, and the app enables iPod touch users to call normal phones too. Free For free, TunnelBear VPN gives you 500 MB of private browsing that can worm its way around geo-locking. All you do is fire the app up and tell the bear where to tunnel. If you want unlimited data, you can choose from a range of paid tiers, with ad-hoc, monthly or annual costs. Free You can do without most Today view widgets, but Vidgets provides some really useful monitoring tools. The standalone app is where you manage your icon-like 'vigets', which comprise world clocks, indicators for storage and network speeds, and quick-launch buttons for apps, bookmarks and contacts.
BBC Radio 4
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the other I think I'm significant thing to emerge this morning is Whitehall sources giving some details about their contacts with Salman a baby we know that he said he was someone that they'd known about this for the now saying that there were a little I have a list of some 3000 subjects of Interest people that they're monitoring but have a baby was one of a larger call a former subject of Interest whose risk remain subject to review by MI5 and it's partners Danny short could the police have done.
BBC News 24
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was given a message saying there was a major incident and they were asking for help. I have the Radio 1 and I heard the words come incident and Manchester. Found out it was a major incident that happened I ran into work. I have contacts.
Android Police
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Tango, beside being a cool dance, is also a chatting application similar to WhatsApp, Telegram, Allo, and countless others. It may not be as well recognized as some of these brands, but it is popular in some countries around the world. And just like many of its competitors, Tango is now spreading from mobile to the desktop. The Tango WebChat app is live at web.tango.me . You sign in by verifying your phone number and once you're in, you can chat with all your contacts and continue your mobile conversations from the comfort of a larger screen and more responsive keyboard. Read More Tango, the chat app, releases its Web client was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Sky News
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containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State terrorists. And, for the first time, we were able to see the inner workings of the most brutal terror group in the world. There is one name that crops up time and time again and that is the name.
Sky News
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moment. We won't know until the enquiry moves forward. Thank you very much, Lee Doddridge, Ben Owen and Frank Gardner in the studio, and we will be talking to you again Frank, about Abedi and his background. A lot more information coming on about him and his wider contacts. Also coming up, we will be examining the.
Sky News
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For a year, Sky News has been investigating why a significant number of young men and women have been radicalised in Manchester. It started when we were handed thousands of documents containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State terrorists. And, for the first time, we were able to see the inner.
Sky News
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collides Asian that Abedi had in Germany -- any contacts for radicalisation. Let's talk about sharing intelligence between the US and the UK, particularly pertinent at.
Sky News
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UK are now sharing information about Abedi with the German authorities and the German authorities are trying to establish what links there were, how strong they were, whether those links played a role in the coming here on Monday night and looking for any contacts for red.
Sky News
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It started when we were handed thousands of documents containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State terrorists. And, for the first time, we were able to see the inner workings of the most brutal terror group in the world
BBC Radio Wales
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nation that's not becoming available in those circumstances it looks like this is you say a failure on the part of security services but I think it is fair this one's going to put it in the wider contexts I'm intelligent services have been working flat out for months and years really on this counter terrorism campaign and have foils and frustrated a very large number of possible attacks so um I think as long as I keep seeing contacts to remember that all people done really well yes this is unfortunate it had terrible tragic consequences but it could have been foreseen I think that remains of a moot point we've been warned for for some time of the danger of people travelling to areas where they might receive training in this kind of thing where they might go and fight with Islamic state and then returning to.
ITV2
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I got a little rage-y at the ref, I was really mad, and like, 'Dude, get your contacts in!' And then he goes... 'I love you!'.
ITV2
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and like, 'Dude, get your contacts in!' And then he goes... 'I love you!'.
Sky News
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on across greater Manchester as we speak. For a year, Sky News has been investigating why a significant number of young men and women have been radicalised in Manchester. It started when we were handed thousands of documents containing names, addresses, telephone numbers and family contacts of Islamic State terrorists