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It is hoped the funding for food, water and emergency health care will help to save more than a million lives. Thousands of street parties are to be held across the country to remember murdered MP Jo Cox. The Great Get Together will be launched in June and is expected to be the biggest community event since the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. As the most photographed woman in the world, Princess Diana had the most famous wardrobe in the world to match.
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The death of MP Jo Cox sent shockwaves around the world when she was killed doing her job in the constituency she served for just over a year. Jo's husband has vowed to continue the work his wife was so passionate about and will today team up with royalty to launch The Great Get Together, which is billed to be the biggest community event since the jubilee. We'll speak to Brendan Cox in just a moment. First, Keera Durkan Cox was a local girl and was doing the job she loved most, representing her local community until her life was cut brutally short when she was shot and killed outside her constituency surgery in broad daylight.
Mirrorspectrum
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The US Space Agency is about to reveal details of their new findings. The Agency has scheduled a press conference where scientists will present new findings revealing a ‘discovery beyond our solar system’. According to NASA , the secretive event, will ‘present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our sun, known as exoplanets’. While no one is still sure what exactly NASA will talk about, many argue that the space agency could reveal details of exoplanets capable of hosting life, or that astronomers have even discovered Earth’s clone . The event is scheduled to take place on February 22, at 1pm New York Time. The announcement will also be streamed live on NASA’s television station and their website.
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Dangerous radioactive chemicals were discovered in Europe. A spike in the levels of dangerous radioactive chemicals has been recorded across Europe. Air quality stations across the continent detected traces of radioactive Iodine-131 in January but scientists are yet to work out where the particles came from. Traces of Iodine-131 were first recorded in Norway and have now been found in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain. The isotope has a half-life of only eight days, which suggests the particles must have entered the atmosphere after a recent event. The pattern of movement of the particles suggests they may have originated in Eastern Europe, according to the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA).
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The Great Get Together will be launched in June and expected to be the biggest community event since the Queen's diamond Jubilee. Now, as the photographed woman in the world, Princess Diana had the most famous wardrobe in the world to match.
The Economic Times
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Tourism will stop.” The week the new camp opened, there was a program of Saudi films in Al Ula -- projected onto a cliff, because there are no movie theaters in the kingdom. There’d been some grumbling beforehand about the corrupting influence of such a show. In the event, men and women gathered in their cars to watch, and vendors hawked tea under the stars. “The country does have some beautiful natural resources for tourism,” said Graham Griffiths, an analyst at Control Risks in Dubai. But he said the Saudis will struggle to get a return on their investments “if they dont open up.”
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The 87th Geneva International Motor Show is very nearly upon us, and with its arrival comes the promise of a steady parade of bright and shiny new autos. So far, the lineup this year is looking quite good indeed, especially after less-than-stellar showings in Detroit and Chicago. Not that those two North American shows were necessarily bad , but compared to Geneva, they simply can’t keep pace. And there are a few good reasons for that, but the big one is this – the Geneva International Motor Show is simlply the best annual auto show in the world. I know, that’s quite the assertion, especially given the caliber of shows hosted elsewhere in the world. But for us, Geneva is where it’s at to get your annual fix of production debuts and new concepts. Maybe we’ll be eating our words if some other annual event ends up bringing the goods in a big way in 2017, but it’s doubtful.
Daily Express
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Mashable
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Microsoft has just found the perfect Skype app for the Indian market. At an event in Mumbai today, Satya Nadella announced Skype Lite, a 13MB app that works even on slower networks and on lower-end phones with limited storage and processing power. SEE ALSO: Facebook's 'Lite' app for developing areas now has 200 million monthly users On top of this, Skype Lite leverages Aadhaar, India's biometric database, as its "fundamental authentication system," Nadella said. "We're very excited about what we are doing with Skype, and the India Stack (the infrastructure of Aadhaar that allows private companies to interact with the database)." Read more... More about Microsoft , Skype , Aadhaar , India , and Tech
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Leicester Mercury
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There's no such thing as a free lunch, so the saying goes.But breakfast is clearly exempt from this rule as this weekly event in Leicester proves.To celebrate the start of hump day, Cultural Quarter bar and bistro The Exchange is giving away breakfast to their customers every Wednesday morning.And with a choice of crumpets, toast, porridge and even waffles, you'll be spoiled for choice.Related: Five great places for a champions breakfast in LeicesterWhile some offers can seem too good to be...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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The Appleby Frodingham Gala was one of the big dates on Scunthorpe's calendar. Over the years tens of thousands of people attended the event, taking part in an array of activities for the whole family. MORE: Footballing legend Graham Taylor to be honoured by statue Alas, it is no more but the memories live on. Take a look at these pictures we've found. Read today's top stories Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
Lincolnshire Echo
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The Lincolnshire Farming Conference will pitch up at the showground next week to discuss managing risk and planning for the future in the sector. The event, which is set to be held on Tuesday, February 28, will boast talks from a number of high profile speakers, case studies and one-to-one sessions with industry experts. Figureheads including Kelly Hewson-Fisher from Anglian Water and vice president of the National Farmers' Union, Guy Smith, among others will speak of the challenges facing the...
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Over 200 people have been evacuated in Longyearbyen, the capital of Norway's Arctic Svalbard Archipelago, after an avalanche crashed through the town, demolishing two buildings. The islands' governor Kjerstin Askholt said that no one had been injured or killed in the event, which is the latest in a string of avalanches to hit the town. I didn't get any warning. There was a huge bang, and then the house started moving around, one resident, Nils Lorentsen, told NRK. There were crushed scooters and sledges lying up along the wall. The neighbour's car was pushed into the neighbouring ...
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facebook twitter google+ Specialisation and value of expertise are vital considerations for the channel in the as-a-service world Selling into the ICT channel used to be about physical kit and the supply chain that fed it – products customers could touch and feel, which had to be delivered and installed by their channel partners. These products then had to be inspected, maintained and updated, with partners called out to the customer site in the event of a problem, to connect up additional users or make configuration changes. Compare and contrast that hands-on environment to today's channel landscape, where customers favour software as a service (SaaS) over capex hardware; in which they can easily go direct to the vendor's website to get the products and services they're looking for. In this environment, maintenance can also be carried out remotely – and even predictively – without the need to ever pick up the phone.
The Sun Daily - Lifestyle
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IF there’s anything pop culture and television have taught us it is that the zombie apocalypse is one of the ways mankind would end. And that “happened” at Taman Botani Negara in Shah Alam on New Year’s Eve as “survivorsoutrunnedzombies” to save themselves. That is what participants got to experience at the Run For Your Lives Malaysia 2016 event – a modifi ed game of flag tag where survivors (runners) would run, with three red fl ags on them, through a 5km trail with obstacles to the safe zone, while the zombies (catchers) in several locations along the route would try to take the flags from the survivors. The event saw over 6,000 participants – either as survivors or zombies. Having participated in several runs in the past, the writer decided to participate as a zombie for the event. With the doors to the event being opened at about 4pm, the writer and several other zombie participants were then led to the “zombie transformationtent, where a group of make-up artists were prepared to turn “the living into the undead”.
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