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are the subject of intense forensic searches. That gives you an idea of the scale of the police investigation that we are dealing with. Police have told us they are making immense progress with the investigation. They have described some of the arrests they have made as being significant
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Enjoy it! See you. The Charlatans are a band that are no strangers to adversity. They've tragically lost two members over the years, but they're still together. And now they're back with a new album which is being described - in one review - as their.
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and out. 14-year-old Eilidh, fun. Off duty policewoman Elaine thoughtful. Courtney described by her mother as her rock and who died with her step father Philip
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Cotswold Journal
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THREE people were today described as "lucky" following a crash in Bridgnorth.
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The principal at her school described her death as a huge loss to them all. Last night, pink balloons were released in memory of all who lost their lives. And while the threat level remains critical, the message was to go out, enjoy the weekend.
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And he really just had a fire in his belly to ban Harry Potter, which was a book at that time that had just come out and everyone was just suddenly really loving it. And he thought it was some sort of... ..'vehicle for the occult' was how he described it cos it had witches and wizards
Nottingham Evening Post
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A loud booming noise has been heard above Nottingham and people are desperate to find out what it was. The unexplained noise has been described as a roaring and rumbling noise, which has happened every few minutes over night. Many people have taken to Twitter to try and find out where it is coming from with one person saying: It sounds like the war of the worlds in Nottingham at the moment. Unknown catastrophically loud noise every two...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A loud booming noise has been heard above Nottingham and people are desperate to find out what it was. The unexplained noise has been described as a roaring and rumbling noise, which has happened every few minutes over night. Many people have taken to Twitter to try and find out where it is coming from with one person saying: It sounds like the war of the worlds in Nottingham at the moment. Unknown catastrophically loud noise every two...
The Cornishman
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This amazing footage shows the skies above Bodmin Moor lighting up in the early hours of Saturday morning as a storm hit the area after a sunny day on Friday. Cornwall Live photographer Tom Last was there to shoot was he described as a tropical storm that was incredible. Read more: Crane hits three-year-old child and two adults before demolishing a wall A still from Tom's video He took the footage at around 2.30am on Saturday at Bolventor and said that the sheet...
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15-year-old Megan Hurley from Halewood in Merseyside. The principal at her school described her death as a huge loss to them all. Last night, pink balloons were released in memory of all who lost their lives. And while.
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been a bomb factory. Another flat here in central Manchester is where he is understood to have put the bomb together in the hours before the attack. His 22 victims have now all been named, most recently 15-year-old Megan Hurley, from Halewood in Merseyside. The principal at her school described her death as a huge loss.
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wonderful sound design. You need to see it on the big screen because so much of what's going on is going on in the sound, the sound of the wind, the rain, the farm itself. And you do lose that off the big screen. I think the director is a major talent, she was described.
The Iran Project
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Appreciating massive turnout in presidential elections on May 19, Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi congratulated Rouhani on his reelection, saying that the huge turnout will have a great impact on regional nations. Rouhani, for his part, described public participation in elections as a role model not only for regional states rather for the entire world, saying that the massive turnout is a source of honor for the Iranian people and the Islamic Republic. Noting that the pensions of the underprivileged increased during his government, the president said that the government has done all within its power to alleviate poverty and boost production and employment in the country. Rouhani also met Ayatollah Vahid Khorasani, Ayatollah Shobeiri Zanjani and Ayatollah Safi-Golpayegani during his visit to Qom. The ayatollahs all wished success for the government as Rouhani presented a report on his administration’s performance in the last four years as well as plans for his new term in office.
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flat here in central Manchester is where he is undisturbed to have put the bomb together in the hours before the attack. His 22 victims have now all been named, most recently 15-year-old Megan Hurley, from Halewood in Merseyside. The principal at her school described her death as a huge loss to them all
Washington Free Beacon
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"I was just trying to have fun." Remember these words. They're part of the dramatic centerpiece of New York Times television writer Dave Itzkoff's May 17 feature on Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon. They are Fallon's explanation for his unforgivable sin of—what? A DUI? A hit-and-run? An extramarital affair? Worse. He tousled Donald Trump's hair. Eight months ago. For five seconds. And the Internet can't let it go. Watch if you dare. Described by Itzkoff as "widely criticized"—Internet-speak for "my media friends and I did not like this"—Fallon, yes, did a friendly interview on Sept. 15 that ended in him messing up the future president's infamous golden mane. (For the record, this was not the first controversial presidential candidate whose hair Fallon has tousled.) Fallon's response to the furor, then and now, is, um, quite reasonable: "I didnt do it to humanize him," Mr.
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While he was a guest on Fox NewsFox and Friends, Department of Homeland Security Chief John Kelly described the current safety of US citizens: "if [you] knew what I knew about terrorism, [you’d] never leave the house in the morning." Anywhere, any time, a terrorist attack can happen, according to Kelly. His very job [...]
Politico
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Top presidential adviser Jared Kushner’s legal team pushed back Friday night against a report that the White House senior adviser and Trump son-in-law had at least three undisclosed contacts with a Russian ambassador during and after the 2016 presidential campaign, saying he had “no recollection” of the alleged exchanges. Mr. Kushner participated in thousands of calls in this time period. He has no recollection of the calls as described,” Kushner’s lawyer Jamie Gorelick told POLITICO in a statement, responding to a Reuters report about Kushner's contacts with Russian ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak. “We have asked (Reuters) for the dates of such alleged calls so we may look into it and respond, but we have not received such information, Gorelick added. But Kushner's legal team was silent about other reports that President Donald Trump's son-in-law sought to establish a secret line of communications with the Kremlin.
Global News
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"Mr. Kushner participated in thousands of calls in this time period. He has no recollection of the calls as described."
Global News
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"Mr. Kushner participated in thousands of calls in this time period. He has no recollection of the calls as described."
The Economic Times
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The Niti Aayog is advising Modi on boosting corporate spending crucial to filling a $1.5-trillion investment gap, creating jobs and on ways to keep his promise to double farm incomes. On July 1, the world's fastest growing major economy is set to roll out a national goods and services tax that seeks to unify India's 29 states into a single market.Jobs Market By 2050, about 1.1 billion Indians are expected to comprise the working-age population of 15 to 64, according to the United Nations. Unless the economy grows at more than 10 percent consistently, the economy may not be able to absorb all those workers, analysts say."If we create a lot of good jobs, we can raise the growth rate to 8, 9, 10 percent," Panagariya said. There was a "skepticism and fear" -- which he described as "robophobia" -- that automation would take away jobs. These fears, he said, were "grossly exaggerated" and meant India's potential remained underestimated.