Daily Express - Showbiz
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PAMELA ANDERSON made sure all eyes were on her as she attended the Amber Lounge Fashion Show in Monaco last night.
OK!
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Washington Free Beacon
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Riots are deadlier when thousands of people live near one another, and, as Hassett writes, "So many eyes on so many problems will, however grudgingly, slowly force action." That's a thesis out of political theory, kind of. It's just not much of an account of politics—a word we get from polis , the Greek term for city, after all. Brenna Hassett's greatest problem in Built on Bones is her lack of any deep sense of the human psyche and how it might have responded to the creation of cities. Why did we want cities? What did we gain from them? The sufferings caused by cities are offset, in Hassett's account, mostly by civilizational gains and a vaguely Hobbesian idea that cities improved military defense. But no individual would have endured the problems of urban life solely for the sake of some bland assurance of eventual cultural improvement, and Hassett herself argues that cities made possible not new kinds of peace but rather new kinds of war—and far more deadly war, at that.
Sky News
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keeping their eyes open. She maybe wandering the streets. We don't know if she is injured or what. We hope everybody will keep their eyes open. Maybe she is in a hospital where they haven't identified her. That is what we have got to hope and pray that she is out there somewhere
Sky News
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and public searches began among them 15-year-old Olivia Campbell's family. We are all devastated, we just feel we are coming to an end and we can't find her and we want to people keep keeping their eyes open
BBC News 24
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Black and white footage of intrepid adventurers exploring some of the most remote parts of the world has been unearthed. At the time the films were made, in the early part of the twentieth century, these places had never been seen by western eyes
Sky News
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slowed down. In the courtroom, he said, I saw you with my own eyes and I will not be intimidated into disability discrimination. It is just the NHS. One flaw in the master criminal plan!.
Sputnik International
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The recently rejuvenated military alliance between the US and Saudi Arabia could have enormous – and immediateimplications for the War on Yemen.
ITV
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# Don't give up # Please say what you say, what you're never gonna say # I've said enough # But I know that enough is never enough # Cos you're showing a shield with your eyes.
BBC News 24
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At the time the films were made, in the early part of the twentieth century, these places had never been seen by western eyes. Our science correspondent Pallab Ghosh has been given an exclusive glimpse. This is the first ever view of Mount Everest from the air
Sky News
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I want to fight the best. This will be one of the fights of the year because I can tell in his eyes that he's coming to bring it and you know I always bring it so everybody is in for a fantastic night. Lewis Hamilton will be hoping the rest day in Monaco has worked.
ITV4
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Will you see the whites of Derek McGee's eyes. No, he's a long way back, isn't he? He... McGee just messed that up, as well. So, Derek Sheils is looking third favourite for this one now, as they come out of McAdoo
ITV4
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He's trying to break McGee. We're on board with Derek Sheils now. This is the run down to Gortin. You'll see white lines in the road, perhaps. That's the braking markers, where they slow for this turn. Will you see the whites of Derek McGee's eyes
ITV4
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The lead quartet still very much at it. Gamble still leads. Keep your eyes on Harper in third. He's gaining momentum. This could work out well for McKenna. He gets a good line, tries to get underneath Harper
ITV4
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Oh, come on. You weren't going to say anybody. I said Gamble. Oh, did you? All right, then. Keep your eyes on the chasers. McKenna still at the back of the quartet, Wood in second. Harper back in third. It's becoming six drivers for the lead now
ITV4
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Flymo Gamble goes across the line. Harper's there in the mix. Wood in second. Keep your eyes on McKenna, right of shot in the black car. McKenna's got no kart racing experience. Most of these guys have been racing since the age of eight,.
Sky News
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because I can tell in his eyes that he's coming to bring it and you know I always bring it. So everybody is in for a fantastic night. Lewis Hamilton will be hoping the rest day in Monaco has worked to his advantage ahead of qualifying for the Grand Prix
BBC News 24
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If you know where to look. It's also home to one of the biggest spray-painted pieces I've ever laid eyes on. But Albert's been painted dot by dot, and I've been promised I too can achieve artistic genius with the right tools
BBC News 24
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At the time the films were made, in the early part of the 20th century, these places had never been seen by western eyes. The priceless archive, some of which has not been seen for nearly 100 years, is now being digitised and put online. Our science correspondent Pallab Ghosh was given an exclusive glimpse. This is the first-ever view of.
Sky News
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I want to fight the best. This is going to be one of the fight of the year because I can tell in his eyes that he is going to bring it. You know I would bring it. Everybody is in for a fantastic night. There were emotional scenes as Manchester hosted its first major sporting event since Monday's attack
ITV4
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the season is over. So let's look back to the final Bundesliga matchday, Saturday afternoon. Champions Bayern Munich got the visit of Freiburg. Borussia Dortmund welcomed Werder Bremen. But all eyes were on the battle between Hamburger SV and VFL Wolfsburg. Before kick-off, Hamburg were 16th in the table
Washington Free Beacon
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Actor-humanitarian Sir Roger Moore died Tuesday at the ripe-old age of 89. On television he was Simon Templar in The Saint , but he was best known for playing British Secret Service Agent 007 in seven James Bond films, from 1973 to 1985. And while I perfectly understand fan attachment to the original 007, Sean Connery, Moore was the Bond I grew up with. I saw The Man with the Golden Gun , Moonraker , The Spy Who Loved Me , and For Your Eyes Only on television, and Octopussy and A View to a Kill in the theater. My friend's dad derisively called him "babyface" and said his acting was too corny. A former colleague said Moore was not a great actor and a terrible on-screen kisser. Sure, he wasn't as dark as, say, Timothy Dalton. He didn't seem to get too cut or too bruised like Daniel Craig. Especially in later years, you could tell he wasn't doing a lot of his own stunts.
Washington Free Beacon
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Of all the disturbing things I saw during last night's episode of The Americans , perhaps most disturbing was the ad for Jägermeister. A crowd of freaks gathers in an ice cavern or some sort of frozen rave (are raves still a thing?). Maybe they aren't freaks—but they're all in masks and makeup, so they're essentially the guests from Eyes Wide Shut . A silence envelops them as they huddle round in a mysterious ceremony. I half-expected to see some poor soul strapped to a chair, waiting to be tortured à la Hostel . Instead, the attendees watch in silence as a bottle of the German "herbal elixir" Jägermeister is cracked open, quite literally: The bottle was contained in an ice block. After enough ice has been chipped away, the bottle is poured into a glass and a Teutonic ice queen takes a sip. She then announces to the crowd: "Of course it's cold.
BBC News 24
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by young adventurers exploring parts of the world that were completely new to western eyes. Some of these remarkable films, from the frozen mountains in the Himalayas to the searing Libyan Desert, haven't been seen for a century