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out that he's no longer in the ministration and our investigations ongoing and let them take the course. I was surprised. Disappointed? I will not sit in judgement of anyone else. I think he did that country a great.
Voice Of America
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I don't get it." Cummings said Congressman Jason Chaffetz, the Republican chairman of the House panel, has not followed up and insisted that the White House release more documents or called Flynn to testify. On Tuesday, however, Cummings and Chaffetz held a joint news conference in which they said Flynn might have broken the law by not disclosing the payments when he filed paperwork last year to renew his security clearance. "As a former military officer, you simply cannot take money from Russia, Turkey or anybody else - and it appears as if he did take that money," Chaffetz said. Flynn was the one-time director of the Defense Intelligence Agency under former President Barack Obama, but was forced out because of his chaotic management style. Later, he started advising Trump on foreign affairs and national security.
Sky News
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can't believe the bank CEO is not going into the red. I have not managed my money, I am managing everyone else's. I extreme sit and talk about the design with people who experienced of the first time and I.
Bit Tech Forums
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I have 8GB currently and some Photoshop and sketchup projects complain sometimes but I am hesitant to stretch to the cost of 32gb. PSU: 600W Corsair SF600 - going for the higher wattage so to try and keep the fan off or at low speed as much as possible. Prefer to the Silverstone due to the larger fan. I will be adding the braided cable set also. Fans: Torn at the moment between what appears to be the standard of the NF-P12 PWM x3 and the NB eloop B12-PS PWM x3, anyone have any eperience here? Mouse: Mionix Caster - no experience of this brand, only just heard of it really but the reviews are more than great and it is the exact style I want. also whilst expensive is not taking the piss expensive. Keyboard: now I am lost, cureently have a £10 logitech office keyboard. I like it but then I have no expereince of anything else really. I have looked at mechanical but I don't want to be spending more than £80 on a keyboard if I am honest.
BBC One East
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destruction on a grand scale. Think what else we could spend £186 million on in this council. Four years ago, Ukip came from nowhere to win 15 seats on the.
BBC One East
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sure it goes all the way around the city. Much to the anger of the Green party. It will be in for mental destruction on a grand scale. Think what else we could.
Sky News
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what else was behind the drop. The main factors were a cost increase, across several parts of the business, we also saw a lower volume and.
BBC One Wales
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Constable Rhiannon Hurst has been diagnosed with chronic anxiety - and the day job hasn't helped. Would anybody else want to go and speak to a mum and tell her that her son has died? Do you want to be going to sudden deaths week after week?.
TIME - Top Stories
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This week's health stories shed new light on what to add to your diet, like a bit of coconut oil to your frying pan and cinnamon to your toast. They also showed what to leave out: fast food, since people tend to underestimate the amount of salt in their restaurant meal by more than 600%. Heres what else caught our attention in health news this week. (Sign up for our newsletter for more.) You Asked: Is coconut oil healthy? It may not help you lose weight, but some preliminary evidence suggests that coconut oil is a good choice for high-heat cooking. Why cinnamon is insanely good for you A new study suggests that cinnamon may reduce blood sugar and provide anti-aging benefits by activating a specific protein in the body. Your meal has way more salt than you think When people were asked how much sodium they just ate at fast-food restaurants, they were off by an average of 650%.
ITV
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The suspect has been taken away to a police station in south London, according to Scotland Yard, where he remains in custody. Angus Walker, ITV news, Westminster. Our Security Editor, Rohit Kachroo, is at the scene. Rohit, what else have you learned tonight?.
Collective Evolution
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We don't think about it often, but everything is connected, and we need to restore our connections to a healthy state. Pope Francis even brings science into the equation, just as many other prominent religious figures and monks have in the past. Even science – and you know it better than I do – points to an understanding of reality as a place where every element connects and interacts with everything else, he explains. The fact that everything is connected has been proven time and time again in quantum physics; even the Dalai Lama has expressed this. You can read more about how science and spirituality are intertwined here . How wonderful would it be if the growth of scientific and technological innovation would come along with more equality and social inclusion. How wonderful would it be, while we discover faraway planets, to rediscover the needs of the brothers and sisters orbiting around us? the Pope continued.
Ars Technica
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Enlarge / Artist's impression of a nomx product under the scrutiny of security researchers. (credit: Aurich/ThinkStock/Nomx) This article was originally published on Scott Helme's blog and is reprinted here with his permission. I was recently invited to take part in some research by BBC Click , alongside Professor Alan Woodward , to analyze a device that had quite a lot of people all excited. With slick marketing, catchy tag lines and some pretty bold claims about its security, nomx claims to have cracked e-mail security once and for all. Down the rabbit hole we go! nomx You can find the official nomx site at nomx.com and right away you will see how secure this device is. The nomx site as it looked prior to the publication of this piece. (credit: nomx ) "Everything else is insecure." Read 88 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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'Russia wants it back' Russian warships have travelled frequently through the Bosphorus Strait to and from the Syrian coast, where a navy presence has been deployed to bolster Russia's air campaign in support of President Bashar al-Assad. In February, military sources told Russian media that Liman would be observing Nato's Sea Shield exercise in the Black Sea. Cem Devrim Yaylali, an Istanbul-based Turkish naval expert and editor of the Bosphorus Naval News website, said the Liman had previously been to the Syrian coast but it was not clear where it was headed on this occasion. "A collision is not something that happens very frequently," he told AFP. He said the incident was an embarrassment for the Russian authorities as the Liman was likely carrying sensitive surveillance equipment that Moscow would want returned. "I imagine there will be a salvage effort to raise the ship before anyone else sees it," he said.
Radar Online
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“I was sad [with Sunday’s episode] when she made comments about the book,” Caitlyn said at the event. “ That bothered me. This is my story . There are two sides to every story and this is my life and how I saw things.” She then fired, “I wanted to say to her, write your own book and write your side!” Caitlyn’s ghostwriter Buzz Bissinger also ripped the momager . She claimed Caitlynexplained, ‘Kris saved my life! Kris resurrected my career when I was lost, Kris helped to me reconnect with my children from a prior marriage.’ [Anything else] is a sh*tslop she makes for her f******g show. This is the same family where Kim tweeted Kourtney vomited four times in her bed then slept in it!” Whose side are you on? Tell us in the comments! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADA R (667-2327) any time, day or night.
CNET Reviews
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Acer Leap Ware wants to be your fitness tracker, just like everything else
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Tuque neutralise any potential threat from him or anyone else in the area. He was in a very calm manner. He was quite compliant to the point. He was not struggling with the officers, he has.
Reuters
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The Economist - Business
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EXECUTIVES at firms selling consumer staples like to think of themselves as “marketing gurus”. But how many could actually contort themselves into the lotus position, let alone attempt a headstand? Such feats are nothing for the top brass at Patanjali, an Indian purveyor of toothpaste, cooking oil, herbal concoctions and much else. Fronted by a bona fide guru, the firm’s marketing strategyplay up the benefits of natural products, then paint foreign multinationals as latter-day imperialistsdelivers over $1bn in annual sales, up tenfold in four years. Having dismissed the firm as a fad, the likes of Colgate-Palmolive and Unilever are emulating it. Baba Ramdev (pictured), an ascetic yogi who is the public face of the brand, makes for an unconventional capitalist symbol. But with Acharya Balkrishna, a devotee of his who serves as the firm’s boss and majority-owner, he has built a consumer-goods powerhouse that is vying with the business-school graduates at the multinationals.
Mondoweiss
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PCHR believes that the Ministry of Interior’s statement was brief and is not commensurate with the importance of the case. Besides, the statement is paradoxical in a manner, raising many questions. Finding traces of a rope on the neck of the deceased and finding him dead in the place where he used to sleep show the death was likely not normal and negates the possibility of committing suicide. It is further unreasonable that a crime whether suicide or something else had been committed in a detention cell and the inmates in the same room had no idea about it. This contradicts with the part of the story that his inmates found him dead when they tried to wake him up according to the Ministry of Interior’s narrative.... http://pchrgaza.org/en/?p=9056 2 Palestinians injured in resistance post' accident in Gaza GAZA (Ma‘an) 26 Apr Two Palestinians were injured in an accident in a “resistance post” in the besieged Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
Reuters
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Bleacher Report
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Breezango vs. The New Day promises to be nutty. The Authors of Pain battling Cesaro and Sheamus would result in a ton of slobberknockers. Mueller: For the tag team division, I drafted more by who I liked the most than anything else, but having The Revival was a must. After also grabbing up The Hardy Boyz and Sanity, the pickings became a little slimmer. The Colons are more talented than people give them credit for, and there is still hope when it comes to Heath Slater and Rhyno. Men's Singles Dilbert: I drafted as many marquee names as I could in the early rounds, trying to field a roster with the right balance of star power and big-match ability. Nakamura, Cena, Reigns and Lesnar could all be headliners who bring down the house in the main event. In the later rounds, I focused on potential, nabbing Harper, Rusev and Black. All three could be world champs in the right situation.