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accused of honouring a Palestinian terror chief. The Mail asks if cost cutting was to blame for the British Airways IT meltdown. The Financial Times says the airline is battling to regain control after another day of chaos. And the i newspaper leads on the election. It says we have 10 days left to pick a Prime Minister
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SHAH ALAM: A single-storey building at the Section 15 Police Station, here which housed the Narcotics Department was badly destroyed in a fire early this morning. The Assistant Director of Operations of the Selangor Fire and Rescue Department, Mohd Sani Harul said the department received a distress call on the incident at 3.43 am and a team of 21 personnel from the Shah Alam Fire and Rescue Station were rushed to the location together with three engines. On arrival at the scene, the old building was already burning and the fire spread rapidly. "The fire personnel managed to control the fire about one hour later and the operation ended at about 7 am and no casualty was reported,”he said in a statement, here today. He said further inspection on the building found that the fire caused 60 per cent damage to the building. — Bernama
Channel 4
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has done enough to just control this one. And if Rose... doesn't get the decision... Well, he will be very frustrated. BELL RINGS ..that tactically he may have got this wrong
Channel 4
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He's just giving the impression that he's taking control of this fight. It is still very, very close. Frankly, you could make a case for this one either way
Informed Comment
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The U.S. military (and its allied warrior corporations ) turned out not to be a force for eternal order and triumph but, at least across the Greater Middle East and Africa, for eternal chaos and the spread of terror movements. They were the whirlwind, which meant that neither that pax nor that Americana would come to pass. While Rome Burned... Meanwhile, back at home, a gerrymandered, near-one-party state did indeed come into existence as the Republicans swept most governorships, gained control of a significant majority of state legislatures, nailed down the House and the Senate, and finally, when Little Big Man entered the Oval Office, took it all. It was a feat for the history books or so it briefly seemed. Instead, the result has been chaos, thanks in part to a Republican Party that is actually three or four parties and a president barely associated with it, as a war of all against all broke out.
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The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The Indian Army may be currently busy with the volatile situation along the 778-km Line of Control with Pakistan, but it is slowly and steadily also building requisite deterrence along the 4,057-km Line of Actual Control with China. The 1.3-million strong Army has now kicked off the process to raise the second division of the new mountain strike corps for the "northern borders" with China despite an ongoing fund crunch, while it is also planning a high-altitude warfare exercise in Ladakh later this year. Defence sources say the new 72 Infantry Division, with its headquarters at Pathankot, will become "fully operational" in three years. "The division will now be being raised with one brigade in the beginning. But it will have three brigades when it is fully formed and operational in around three years," said a source. The Army had formally begun to raise the new 17 Mountain Strike Corps in January 2014 to acquire "quick-reaction ground offensive capabilities" for the first time against China because its existing three "strike corps" were largely geared towards Pakistan.
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Alwaght The Al-Tanf border crossing on Syria's southern border with Iraq these days is a point of focus of the global attention. Held by the British and American forces along with allied militants, the border path is of significance for the actors on the ground. The Syrian forces along with their allies from the Resistance Axis that includes Iran, Lebanon, and Iraq, have recently been pushing forward to retake the border crossing that lies on a major highway that links the Iraqi capital of Baghdad to Damascus, the Syrian capital. The US and Britain deployed forces and heavy military equipment to the border area when in March 2016 fighters from the US-backed Syrian militant groups seized control of the area from the ISIS. The terrorist group had captured the crossing in May 2015. The stated US aim behind military deployment to the border region has been supporting the the anti-Damascus militants in the face of ISIS fighters.
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Recent terror attacks in Egypt and in Manchester have brought a new round of international focus to Libya , and the state the nation has been in since the NATO-imposed regime change, which has boiled down to three governments, none of which control much territory of their own, and a lot of independent cities. Egypt was quick to blame fighters from Libya for last Friday's attack on a busload of Christians being taken to a monastery in southern Egypt, and responded with airstrikes against Derna, a Libyan city with a long history of hosting Islamist groups. Manchester is a bit less straightforward, despite officials putting the word Libya all over it, as the attacker was actually born in Britain, from Libyan parents. While this too is being presented as a sign of Libya being a haven for terrorism, Manchester appears to have been a domestic attack.
The Herald
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BENEFIT sanctions have heaped more acute pressure on welfare claimants than any policy since the abolition of the workhouse, an academic will claim next week.
The Sun Daily - Business
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The group’s profit has been going on a downward trend since FY14 when it registered RM60.73 million and then fell to RM45.81 million in 2015. However, the offshore services provider is hoping to maintain its revenue at the RM200 million to RM300 million mark for FY17. Azmi said the group is looking forward to break even in its operating profit this year, after registering a loss of RM72.08million last year. This, he added, this will be possible if Alam Maritim manages to strike a deal for Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s Integrated Logistics Control Tower project, for which it will be submitting a bid in July. Alam Maritim, which will be announcing its first quarter results today, is of the view that the first quarter is glum, due to the monsoon season and depressed charter rates following lower crude oil prices as oil and gas producers are more focused on production rather than exploration.
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It also likely raises questions for Iraq, for while they're more supportive of Assad in Syria, they have also gone to great effort to bring the militias under government control, and in seeing militias crossing into Syria, they are effectively moving outside of Baghdad's direct control.
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ITV
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Up through the gears. This is Eastwood. It'll be the second win of the weekend. Back markers ahead, Plato closing, but Eastwood has it under control
South China Morning Post
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When you long to get home at the end of a trying day, to close the door and block out the noise and haste beyond, is it the colour of the sofas you look forward to most? Or something deeper? If the beacon of respite that is your inner sanctum is more about a feeling than a look, and that feeling is good, pure and peaceful, you have the essence of a mindful home. According to the mindfulness movement which is hugely popular and rooted in ancient Eastern philosophies this is...
BBC News 24
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The Belgian police had lost control. The whole world will mourn the tragic death of Mr Nehru today. He was the father of the Indian people from the day of independence
BBC News 24
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It was really difficult, but after a couple of laps I was able to control the gap and it was a fantastic job that the team has done, so great thanks to them in a.
Politico
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“The shift into a criminal investigation could definitely make a difference,” Whiting says. “As more people get lawyers, the advice of the lawyers is always going to be to stay quiet and try to get immunity for yourself.” Still, Whiting says, he thinks Republican leaders who control both the House and Senate might ultimately make a political calculation and decide against granting immunity to prominent Trump advisers and friends like Flynn; that would allow Congress to avoid the spectacle of televised public testimony on Capitol Hill that would only draw more attention to fast-moving scandal in a Republican White House. Instead, the congressional committees could leave the investigation largely in Mueller’s hands and defer all questions to him. “I think that the Republicans would be happy to let this drag along quietly without them making any news at all,” Whiting says.