BBC News 24
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Interesting. Thank you. No time for the full round-up of the sport. Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed he is no longer running Formula 1, ending 40 years in charge of the sport. Speaking to a German magazine he confirmed he had been asked to step down. The news is expected to be confirmed tomorrow in an entered by the sport's new orders, Liberty media. Nicola Adams has announced her decision to turn professional.
BBC News 24
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England women are looking to bounce back tomorrow after defeat in Norway entered a ten match unbeaten run. Mark Samson's squad are playing Sweden tomorrow. We know that we can have a good performance against them but also looking at last year how well they did in the Olympics, I think it's an incredible achievement that we can't really take for granted when we play them, they are a very fit and strong side and a few have them play in our league so we will know what they will do.
Petrolicious
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So when the 356 had ignition problems, she lent me their BMW 502, which was kind of the pace car, support car, and entered to promote BMW. AG: Take us through the event. JC: It’s a very informal rally. There is a time-in and a time-out and some take it very serious with stopwatches and timing devices on the dash. Some people just take it more leisurely, so there were two disciplines. We started off in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, at the Presidential Palace, which we call the “Red House” because it’s made out of brick. The ending was the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, which is the equivalent of starting at the White House and ending at the Lincoln Memorial. All these locals showed up at the beginning because, you’ve got to remember, cars didnt really make it into Taiwan until the late60s to early ‘70s. A lot of Taiwanese dont get to see classic cars.
Daily Express
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THIS is the shocking moment two men set upon an unsuspecting man as he entered a train station and violently mugged him.
The Huffington Post
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The Huffington Post
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A New World Order- by Jerry Jasinowski The election of President Donald J. Trump has caused consternation in some circles - more than a few normally calm people believe our country has entered an unprecedented downward spiral - but it can be seen as part of a global retreat from a system that has dominated world affairs since World War II. Last week, the world economy was based on a capitalist system dominated by the United States. But that was then, this is now. In his latest book, "A World In Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order," Richard Haass argues that the fundamental elements of the old world order that have served the world well since WWII have largely run their course. Ambassador Haass, who served as Special Envoy to Northern Ireland, has been President of the Council of Foreign Relations since 2003. He is an astute observer of the world scene and the scene he observes today is not for the faint of heart.
The Iran Project
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Plymouth Herald
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This was the disgusting scene greeting people using a public toilet block in Cornwall. A Penzance resident said he was shocked to discover the horrific sight of needles when he entered a public toilet in the town at the weekend. It is thought that someone broke into the sharps box inside the public toilets by St John's Hall and as a result dozens of needles and other litter was spilt across the floor, leading to a very dangerous HIV risk. I was contacted by a concerned resident on...
Sputnik International
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Russia has started a pilot project to help India increase the speed of its trains. This is the first time Russia has entered India’s vast and heavily used rail network. Both sides are hoping the initial partnership will blossom into meaningful collaboration.
WinBeta
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A much more unique promotion has entered the fray, and Microsoft Rewards members can now get a free pair of Sennheiser Momentum headphones with the purchase of select Surface devices.
The Points Guy
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Flying in paid business class as military or as a GS is almost impossible, with a few exceptions like noted medical conditions and the rare instance where the cheapest economy ticket is more expensive than business class. Paid business-class tickets require written approval prior to booking. High-Ranking Military and Civilians High-ranking officials frequently travel via Gulfstream C-37A. Image courtesy of John Davies. Just because a military officer has become a general or admiral — or a civilian leader has entered the Senior Executive Service (SES) — does not mean the red carpet is always rolled out for them when it comes to air travel. The majority of admirals I've traveled with are right next to me in economy, though they can usually choose premium economy seats for free since they're always on the road and have earned elite status. Once they become very high-ranking — to the level of a three- or four-star flag officer or an assistant secretary of a cabinet level position — due to the value of their time, private military travel may be approved.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A new 200-space park and ride scheme for shoppers, tourists, residents and commuters that would cost £2.50 to use could be operational within a couple of weeks. Stagecoach would run four buses an hour between 7am and 7pm. The scheme could operate for about two years and will help mitigate the loss of city centre car parking as work continues on a new £30 million bus station and 1,000-space multi-storey car park. Lincoln Business Improvement Group last year entered talks with...
Plymouth Herald
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This was the disgusting scene greeting people using a public toilet block in Cornwall. A Penzance resident said he was shocked to discover the horrific sight of needles when he entered a public toilet in the town at the weekend. It is thought that someone broke into the sharps box inside the public toilets by St John's Hall and as a result dozens of needles and other litter was spilt across the floor, leading to a very dangerous HIV risk. I was contacted by a concerned resident on...
TIME - Top Stories
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But on Saturday she shared a stage with AfD leader Frauke Petry, signaling to the world they are now on the same team. Taking the podium by turns, leading political upstarts from France, Germany, Italy, Austria and other European nations stuck to a strikingly similar message for their audience of roughly a thousand delegates. They raged against the globalist elites, the European Union, the media and, in particular, the millions of Arab and African immigrants whom they accuse of threatening European culture. Just a few years ago, such rhetoric would have confined these voices to the margins of European politics, especially in Germany, whose history with fascism has long provided a level of resistance to the allure of nationalism and identity politics. But today, buoyed by Trumpism, their message has entered the mainstream. Two of the party leaders at Saturdays event Le Pen of the National Front and Geert Wilders of the Dutch Party for Freedom are leading in the polls ahead of elections scheduled for this spring.
The Sun Daily
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"We nabbed a 43-year-old man (who is thought to be the leader). Following the arrest, another suspect, a 'Datuk Seri Panglima' was arrested. The other three people, (including a married couple), were detained in Padang Rengas, Kuala Kangsar and in Pokok Assam in Taiping," Gan said during a press conference today. Gan said that the syndicate was dubbed 'Gang Tuah'. "The customers can get their own MyKad with their names on it. The same goes for other documents, including vehicle road tax. Charges are based on the type documents they wanted," he said Gan said the prices for the documents ranged from hundreds to thousands of ringgit. He said the group obtained information on individuals from inside sources and subsequently the details were entered into the forged documents. Police had seized several fake road tax discs, MyKad, driving licences, computers, laptops and a pen drive which contained software to forge the documents.
RT News
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Two people have been attacked and seriously injured by a lion at a media facility in Japan after they entered the cage to clean up, local media reported. It’s not clear why the animal became aggressive. Read Full Article at RT.com
Reuters
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West Briton
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A Penzance resident was shocked to discover a horrific sight when he entered a public toilet in town on the weekend. It is thought that someone broke into the sharps box inside the public toilets by St John's Hall and as a result scores of needles and other litter was spilt across the floor, leading to a very dangerous HIV risk. I was contacted by a concerned resident on the weekend when council offices are closed,said Penzance East Councillor Tim Dwelly. I immediately...
The Sun Daily - World News
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Several rounds of failed talks in Geneva saw political opposition figures take the lead in negotiating with the Damascus regime. But in Astana, the 14-member opposition delegation is composed solely of rebels leading the armed uprising, with members of the political opposition serving as advisors. The two delegations entered a luxurious meeting room for opening statements by the Kazakh foreign minister, before the closed-door talks began. The negotiators have been welcomed by all parties in the war, but the two sides arrived with apparently divergent ideas on their aim. Rebel groups say the talks will focus on bolstering the ceasefire, but Assad has insisted rebels lay down their arms in exchange for an amnesty deal. Damascus has also called for a "comprehensive" political solution to a conflict that has killed more than 310,000 and displaced more than half of Syria's population.
RT USA
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West Briton
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A Penzance resident was shocked to discover a horrific sight when he entered a public toilet in town on the weekend. It is thought that someone broke into the sharps box inside the public toilets by St John's Hall and as a result scores of needles and other litter was spilt across the floor, leading to a very dangerous HIV risk. I was contacted by a concerned resident on the weekend when council offices are closed,said Penzance East Councillor Tim Dwelly. I immediately...
PCWorld
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For many users who get started with the command line in Linux, there’s a good chance they’re using Bourne Again Shell, or Bash. Bash is the default shell on Mac OS X, and Windows users can use Bash through the Windows Subsystem for Linux. While Bash generally works just fine with little to no configuration, there are some features that can really make the shell more useful. One of those commands is history . Looking back in time If you’ve ever looked at your web browser’s history, you already have a good idea of how history works. Bash’s history stores the history of commands that have been entered on the command line. This can be useful if you’ve ever wondered how you did something earlier. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The Sun Daily
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Gan said: "We have identified several syndicate members who called themselves Geng Tuah." He said the group obtained information on individuals from inside sources and subsequently the details were entered into the forged documents. Police made the breakthrough after a month-long surveillance when a team raided a house in Taman Maju Rapat here at 4.30pm on Friday. The syndicate had been operating for several years. The Datuk, the purported mastermind behind the scam, was picked up during the raid. He had two previous records for cheating. The suspect has been remanded until tomorrow. Police seized several fake road tax discs, MyKad driving licences, computer, laptop and a pendrive which contained software to forge the documents. A government medical certificate book and three Companies Commission of Malaysia documents belonging to an agency were also recovered.
BBC News 24
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