Plymouth Herald
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Almost 40 years ago, the whole of the South West was sucked into a national controversy. Comedy group Monty Python were already well-versed in satire with they turned their attentions to Christianity and created the film Life of Brian. By today's standards the film seems almost tame, but in 1979 it was considered blasphemous and banned by 11 local authorities outright, and a further 28 attempted to alter the film's certificate and were denied by the distributor also resulting in a ban. Mr...
BBC Radio Ulster
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TIME - Top Stories
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Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday that U.S. forces have entered a new, more aggressive phase in the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS), which he termed annihilation tactics. Speaking on CBS Face the Nation , Mattis said the U.S. military has shifted its strategy from attrition, whereby enemies are moved around and denied access to vital supplies, to annihilation, where they are surrounded and unable to escape. Our intention is that the foreign fighters do not survive the fight to return home to North Africa, to Europe, to America, to Asia, to Africa, we are not going to allow them to do so, Mattis said. We are going to stop them there and take apart the caliphate. Asked by host John Dickerson whether the acceleration in fighting was responsible for a rise in civilian deaths, Mattis replied that such casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation, adding that the U.
South China Morning Post
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At the end of 500 miles around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, it was a former Formula One driver who took the chequered flag. He even drove for Andretti Autosport. It just wasnt Fernando Alonso. Takuma Sato became the first Japanese winner of the Indianapolis 500 when he denied Helio Castroneves a record-tying fourth victory as the two traded the lead in the closing laps. I know Helio is always going to charge, Sato said. But hes just such a gentleman and such a...
Politico
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The Sun Daily
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But there is an overriding provision in the constitution – to the effect that a child born in Malaysia who is not a citizen of any other country – is a citizen of this country by operation of law. This is to prevent a child becoming stateless. In a recent court case a child born out of wedlock to a Malaysian father and a Thai mother was denied citizenship because the child acquired Thai citizenship under Thai law which accords Thai nationality if the mother (or father) is a Thai national – even if born outside Thailand. This child was born in 2010 in Kuala Lumpur. In this case, the application for the child to be declared a Malaysian citizen was dismissed – because the High Court concluded that the child would not be made stateless (Lim Juen Hsian v Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara). Two points. First, the Thai law was proved, reportedly, by the government lawyer tendering an internet extract of Thai law.
The Iran Project
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But adding to the ‘lack of clarity’ was a ‘Breaking Newsitem on al-Arabiya to the effect that Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammad binAbderrahman has instructed the ambassadors of Egypt, Bahrain, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia to leave Doha within 24 hours. The Qatari foreign minister firmly denied this, and said that his statements had been taken out of context. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain took an immediate decision to impose a blackout on Al-Jazeera’s websites and all Qatari newspapers on the Internet. In fact, it is not unlikely for them to resort to jamming Al-Jazeera on the grounds that Qatar’s denial of the statements attributed to Prince Tamim and its insistence that the Qatari News Agency’s website had been hacked were not ‘convincing.’ They did not alleviate the crisisintensity or end the campaign on Qatar. It is worth noting that this crisis in relations between Qatar on the one hand, and the UAE and Saudi Arabia on the other, follows two important developments: – The first is US President Donald Trump’s visit to Riyadh and his participation in three SaudiGulf, Arab, and Islamicsummits.
ITV
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with many people in Parliament, and when Ian Paisley was thrown out for accusing the Prime Minister of talking to Republicans, which she denied, and it turns out she probably did, I actually defended him. I have to push you on this - would Diane be your Home Secretary?.
Daily Express - Sports
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This is a picture of Emily with her face red and swollen. She'd been in touch with university welfare staff who suspected she was being abused but they say Emily denied it and didn't want action taken. Emily's parents say it was clear she was vulnerable, at risk and in.
Sky News
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He destroyed our daughter. This is a picture of Emily with her face red and swollen. She had been in touch with university welfare staff, who suspected she was being abused. They say that Emily denied it and did not want action taken. But Emily's parents say that she was clearly vulnerable, at risk, and in need of protection
Daily Mail - Travel
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Transport for London (TfL) officials denied Uber a new five-year licence as they continue to deliberate on its future operation in England's capital. A final decision will take place in September.
Sky News
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who suspected she was being abused. They say that Emily denied it and did not want action taken. But Emily's parents say that she was clearly vulnerable, at risk, and in need of protection. They believe that if the university had intervened, their daughter could be alive today. We left Emily in the same walls as him.
Sky News
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But he has taken our daughter. He destroyed our daughter. This is a picture of Emily with her face red and swollen. She had been in touch with university welfare staff, who suspected she was being abused. They say that Emily denied it and did not want action taken. But Emily's parents say that she was clearly.
The Sun Daily
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ITV
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I remember arguing with many people in Parliament, and when Ian Paisley was thrown out for accusing the Prime Minister of talking to Republicans, which she denied, and it turns out she probably did, I actually defended him. I have to push you on this -.
Daily Express - Football
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ITV
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The Gunners denied Chelsea the double with goals from Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey. Wenger believes he's the right man for Arsenal but said he'll find out if his contract will be renewed at a board meeting next week
Sky News
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have denied this. What do think that companies should bear in mind when they outsource? Outsourcing is a common part of what they do for these services because it is cost-effective and the profit margin relies on this. But for this airline they a large. It is.
The Economic Times
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NavIC ('Navigation with Indian Constellation' whose Hindi meaning is 'sailor' or 'navigator'), the name given by PM Narendra Modi after the launch of IRNSS-1G, is designed to provide accurate position information to users within the country. "Though American GPS with 24 satellites in a constellation has wider reach and covers the entire world, NavIC with seven satellites covers only India and its surroundings but is more accurate than the American system. NavIC will provide standard positioning service to all users with a position accuracy of 5 metre. The GPS, on the other hand, has a position accuracy of 20-30 metre," the SAC director said. The less the distance more is the accuracy of the navigation device in finding the real location. For many years now, India had been dependent on GPS, a project that the US began in 1973. However, when the US denied GPS information during the Kargil war in 1999, the nation felt an urgent need for an indigenous navigation system.
Sky News
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she was being abused. They say that Emily denied it and did not want action taken. But Emily's parents say that she was clearly vulnerable, at risk, and in need of protection. They believe that if the university had intervened, their daughter could be alive today