The Sun Daily
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The Event Chronicle
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Australia’s new prime minister is a wealthy man,” writes Eva Mellors for Australia’s Money Morning . “Last night, much was made of the fact that he doesnt need to be in public life to have power and financial reward. He’s already amassed quite a fortune. Even before he entered politics. Various sources estimate his net worth at between $180 million and $200 million.” So what Australians are now dealing with is a classic case of a couple of one-percenters with a whole lot to gain from doing favors for their industry buddies assuming political office and steering public policy towards this end. It’s a win-win for the profit-industrial complex, and a lose-lose for the general public, especially when such policies involve forcing dangerous vaccination jabs on people under duress. “In Australia it doesnt matter whether you choose to believe in the Labor Party or Liberal Party, because they both have ties to royal hegemony, industry, and pharma,” adds The Mind Unleashed .
Washington Free Beacon
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The Guardian - World news
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Four people – including an attacker and a police officer – have been confirmed dead after a man drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then entered parliament armed with one or more knives Continue reading...
Voice Of America
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The alleged mastermind of the Paris attacks in 2015, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was the subject of an international arrest warrant, yet was able to travel from Belgium to Syria via Egypt in 2013 before returning to Europe. Anis Amri — an asylum seeker who drove a truck into a Berlin Christmas market in December and killed 12 peopleentered Germany from Italy via Switzerland, despite appearing on a terror suspect list. “So when you're looking at controlling people who are crossing the external frontier [of the EU], some of whom are European passport holders, the officers there aren't getting the tools, the information and the data they need. With the free movement within the EU, it's very easy to move around the EU with weapons, quite often undocumented,” said Smith. The leaked EU report suggests officials are considering beefing up police checks within the passport-free Schengen zone — but there is political opposition.
Sky News
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floor, and they were shot. Açai large crowd, he then entered the gates of.
Channel 4
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Near Parliament on Westminster Bridge, a car mounted the pavement had ploughed into people, killing two and causing "catastrophic injuries" to several others. The vehicle then mounted the pavement and crashed into the Palace railings. Here, an assailant is believed to have entered the grounds of the Palace with a knife, and stabbed a police officer. Armed officers opened fire, shooting the assailant
Leicester Mercury
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Value footwear retailer Shoe Zone is pressing ahead with plans to grow its business organically, rather than through further acquisitions.Well-placed sources told the Mercury the Leicester shoe chain had no plans to go ahead with a bid for Brantano, a privately owned rival which has just entered administration.Some reports suggested Shoe Zone was vying with Edinburgh Woollen Mill to buy Brantano just before it collapsed.A person familiar with the situation said: Shoe Zone wants...
ITV
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Four people have died, including a police officer and the attacker. 20 others have been injured after being struck by a car on Westminster Bridge alongside the Palace of Westminster. knife then entered the palace grounds and attacked A suspect armed with a knife.
ITV
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Bleacher Report
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Drew Charles, Texas-Arlington Pegging a UT-Arlington Mavericks player to watch isn't the easiest thing to do, which is probably why they've been so potent in the field thus far. The Mavericks ( 45th RPI ) entered the tourney with six players averaging at least 8.4 points per game, with senior Drew Charles at the bottom of the list at that very number. So of course, Charles erupted for a career-high 28 in a 105-89 throttling of third-seeded BYU. He hit 5-of-12 from deep and 10-of-17 overall. Charles wasn't as electric in an 85-69 win against seventh-seeded Akron, but he didn't need to do much, cruising to a 4-of-8 mark with 11 points. While Charles doesn't necessarily pace the Mavericks, his ability to stuff the stat sheet come tournament time on efficient scoring makes him a critical asset against a team ranked so well in defensive categories.
STV
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and leaving devastation behind it. Another eye witness reported seeing a body in the Thames surrounded by a pool of blood. The car's driver then crashed into the railings of the Houses of Parliament, left the vehicle and entered the palace courtyard, armed with a knife seven or eight inches long
The Economic Times
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Sky News
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It is thought the same card then hit more people outside Parliament before the attacker entered the Palace of Westminster and stabbed at least one police officer. The assailant was then.
Daily Mail - USA
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Daily Mail - USA
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TIME - Top Stories
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A large crowd was seen fleeing the man before he entered the parliamentary estate, he wrote on the publication's website. After several officers evaded him he was swiftly shot by armed police. Prime Minister Theresa May was at Parliament when the incident began, but her office says she is safe. The scene unfolded within clear sight of the London Eye, a large ferris wheel with viewing pods with views of the capital. Footage showed the pods full as viewers watched police and medical crews on the bridge.
Daily Express - Football
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Washington Free Beacon
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Additionally, the previous administration permitted staff to accrue substantial amounts of vacation time in its last year in office. As soon as team Trump entered the White House, it was obligated to pay out all of these hours. White House sources say the cost was in the millions of dollars. The payout prevented the Trump White House from hiring key staff in its opening days due to insufficient funds, according to those familiar with the situation. Flynn, for instance, was able to hire only 22 people to work on the White House National Security Council, which topped around 420 staffers under Obama. "They put landmines everywhere," according to one senior administration official. Outside of the White House, meanwhile, a team of former Obama administration officials is working to subvert Trump's agenda. Former Obama administration officials such as Ben Rhodes, the architect of Obama's pro-Iran press operation, and Colin Kahl, a senior national security adviser to former Vice President Joe Biden, have engaged in public efforts to "purge" the current White House of officials they disagree with.
Sky News
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what did you see? I saw a large crowd fleeing an attacker who appeared to be carrying a knife close to the cheap station. He then entered the gates of Parliament charged at officers and we now know that one of them was stabbed
Design Milk - Art
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Now, imagine you’re the hero of story as you take a walk through each room of The 14th Factory. I got the opportunity to preview The 14th Factory twice before it opened and each time I was left with a different experience. The 14 rooms are as follows: 1. Standard (The Call to Adventure) This is the iconic start to the storyline that grounds the viewer to the location of where the story will unfold. 2. The Dormouse (The Threshold) A video projection reminiscent of falling down the dark rabbit hole will transport to a new world. 3. The Meteor (The Test) Massive jagged shards confirm that you have definitely entered the new world and there’s no turning back. 4. The Barmecide Feast (The Inner Cave) Inside The Meteor is a replica set of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and upon entering, you’ll realize the room is familiar yet peculiar all at once.
RT
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The Guardian - World news
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China Daily
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As the economy has entered into a phase of re-balancing from emerging to more sustainable and inclusive growth, which is called the new normal, the Chinese labor market might also be faced with new challenges.