Voice Of America
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A U.S. military investigation into a deadly March airstrike has found that a secondary explosion caused the deaths of more than 100 civilians in Mosul, Iraq. U.S. Central Command, which oversees American military operations in the Middle East, said Thursday the investigation determined that Islamic State fighters had placed “large amounts” of explosives in a building that housed civilians and then began attacking Iraqi forces from that building. When the coalition targeted snipers on the roof, the explosives detonated, killing at least 101 civilians sheltering in the bottom floors and four civilians in a neighboring structure. U.S. Central Command said Thursdayweapons and structural experts concluded, based on extensive modeling, (that) the structural damage to the building was in a different location” than where the airstrike hit and was “in excess” of what could have been caused by the single GBU-38 munition used in the March 17 strike.
Futurity
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The damage from Hurricane Katrina was extensive and felt by everyone, regardless of age, says Weems, who lived in New Orleans at the time. Researchers characterized Hurricane Katrina as a traumatic event because it posed a direct threat to people's lives. While the oil spill was devastating, it was different. Not as many lives were at risk and entire neighborhoods were not leveled as a result. The oil spill stress involved more family economic hardship. The impact was more subtle than Katrina, Weems says. That's why we think we only saw an impact from the oil spill on older children because they understood what was happening to their family. In the paper, published in Applied Development Science , researchers explain that limited awareness of long-term consequences may have made it easier for younger children to rebound from the effect of the oil spill.
Leicester Mercury
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BBC Radio Wales
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Odyssey brief their counterparts in the other agencies around because lessons to learn some of the methodology my local Terrace Piccadilly located elsewhere so this extensive detail would say to me that this was the type of briefing sheet at all take that would have been provided to o r us counterparts it basically enable them to further their counter terrorism measures this to be disclosed is quite shocking breach of protocol all airline massively insensitive in terms of business getting into the public domain and and this is the confidence of the British Intelligence agencies well good to speak to you that will give us who is a counter terrorism specialist in a minute passed by the time you can see there in Wales Neil Hamilton it.
Sky News
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that we are investigating and as I said, it continues at a pace, there are extensive investigations going on and activity taking place across Greater Manchester as we speak. There are still lots of questions, some may never be answered
Lancashire Telegraph
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POLICE called to a domestic in Great Harwood found a man with a knife wound to his neck and his partner with extensive bruising to her face.
Washington Free Beacon
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China s extensive claims to the South China Sea , which sees about $5 trillion in ship-borne trade pass every year, are challenged by Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, as well as Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said such patrols were "very likely to cause unexpected sea and air accidents". Under the previous U.S. administration, the Navy conducted several such voyages through the South China Sea . The last operation was approved by then-President Barack Obama. The latest U.S. patrol is likely to exacerbate U.S.- China tensions that had eased since Trump hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping for a summit in Florida resort last month. Trump lambasted China during the 2016 presidential campaign, accusing it of stealing U.S. jobs with unfair trade policies, manipulating its currency and militarizing parts of the South China Sea .
Washington Free Beacon
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China s extensive claims to the South China Sea , which sees about $5 trillion in ship-borne trade pass every year, are challenged by Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, as well as Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said such patrols were "very likely to cause unexpected sea and air accidents". Under the previous U.S. administration, the Navy conducted several such voyages through the South China Sea . The last operation was approved by then-President Barack Obama. The latest U.S. patrol is likely to exacerbate U.S.- China tensions that had eased since Trump hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping for a summit in Florida resort last month. Trump lambasted China during the 2016 presidential campaign, accusing it of stealing U.S. jobs with unfair trade policies, manipulating its currency and militarizing parts of the South China Sea .
Design Milk - Home
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Sky News
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there are extensive investigations going on and activity taking place across Greater Manchester as we speak. There are still lots of questions, some may never be answered. One of the biggest counterterrorism investigations Britain has ever seen.
BBC Radio 4
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how is everyone affected that has been an extensive security operation going on across the country but there's an angry about the way that some is sensitive intelligence material including photographs has been leaked us medium I've been talking to the beautiful he who was Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police until 2015 I started by asking him for his reaction to the attack on Monday I think about Greater Manchester and indeed the north of England is everybody has been to the m e n arena and had wonderful night stairs so that was part of the feeling of devastation when you are Chief Constable become very proud and you love the sea.
Asia Today
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Sky News
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and between entering the country and arriving at the arena, had taken possession of a bomb. I think it is very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and, as I said, it continues at a pace that there is extensive, investigations going.
Futurism
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Sky News
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of it. Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, yesterday used the word irritated. Now it has come out this morning that on a certain level intelligence sharing. For the moment, it has been suspended with the Americans. It is not quite as extensive as it sounds. I gather it.
Sky News
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I think it is very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and as I said, it continues apace, there are extensive investigations going on and activity taking place across Greater Manchester as we speak
Sky News
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and between entering the country and arriving at the arena, had taken possession of a bomb. I think it is very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and, as I said, it continues at a pace that there is extensive, investigations going on across Greater Manchester as we speak
BBC Radio Ulster
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very very upsetting you difficult was it for you and your wife back home in Derry reliving this on the phone with your daughter was trying to flee we were both stroller tandem extensive what was actor going on because it would just doesn't know words in we don't know where she was at the time and then is it now it's come clear that she was just coming over there there there there explosion that happened in lucky enough Jez home safe and sound but it's in with the family that haven't had their children in all home safe and sound during during the festive season we have to be thinking about it we just read thank you know we could have been in the same position and no access.
Sky News
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I think it is very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and, as I said, it continues at a pace that there is extensive, investigations going on across greater Manchester as we speak. For a year, Sky News has been investigating why a significant number of young men and women have been radicalised in Manchester
BBC Radio Wales
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the people in custody 28 at the bombers father and brother have been detained in Libya is the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Ian Hopkins you will be aware that the level of activity in this investigation is intense Alice continuing at a fast pace I think it's very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and as I said it continues at the pace at this extensive investigation is going on at an activity taking it out place across Greater Manchester as we speak Lord Richard dannatt was commander and chief of land forces that for the British Army at the time of the 7/7 bombings in London and term has some time to join us know a good morning good morning because I asked you first saw your view on your assessment of the government and Security Services response in in the days following an attack on Monday how do you think they've done what is it lead.
Sky News
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had taken possession of a bomb. I think it is very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and, as I said, it continues at a pace that there is extensive, investigations going.
BBC Radio Wales
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work that we are investigating and as I said it continues apace at this extensive investigation is going on at an activity taking it at place across Greater Manchester as we speak a minutes silence will be held across the UK at 11 o'clock today in Remembrance of those who lost their lives in Manchester on Monday when I speak to John Silverman now he's a former home affairs correspondent for the BBC In Our professor of media and criminal justice at the University of Bedfordshire morning to you you're the morning so very fast moving Kylie this John his amazing work to Acer rest now to new ones this morning both here and and Olivia is an indication of of the scale of this then yes I mean the police of describing it is fast and I think that's probably an understatement and damn you know they're obviously retrieving a lot of information they carried out of.
BBC Radio Wales
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what they looking for is obviously this this quite clear now there's nobody was not working alone and that are there people who are assisting him so it's looking who was assisting him how are the operating know basically how have you got this this sort of selling the fact that work it's quite so it seems to be with what's coming out quite extensive with the number for us that's been made because I've got to be careful because of the tsar asen and she said there was this one woman who is arrested last night it's now been released without charge you just got to remember and this stage the police um just got reasonable evidence to arrest so I will just ascertaining with their involvement but there's big and has been arrested Nuneaton that could be connected to this if that's what you looking at um when you looking at this network so people who been assisting planning search for getting equipment only.
BBC Radio Wales
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bus interchange in Libya what is the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Ian Hopkins you'll be aware that the level of activity in this investigation is intense and is continuing at a fast pace I think it's very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and as I said it continues apace at this extensive investigation is going on at an activity place across Greater Manchester as we speak I like a woman who was arrested on Wednesday evening as since been released without charge for it to discuss all of this is Dr David Lowe from a counter terrorist office so we're special branch and now an expert on crime and security at Liverpool John Moores University good morning David Seymour me all the time when we learn that's and the police now say that they are investigating a network Sam what does that mean what's the scale of the job head of them all.