STV
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For the past few days people here on Barra have been anxiously waiting for news, hoping against hope for the best but fearing the worst. And sadly this morning, those fears were confirmed when we heard that 14 year old Eilidh MacLeod was indeed one of those killed in the Manchester bombing. In a statement her parents said "our family is devastated "and words cannot express how we feel at losing our darling Eilidh
The Economic Times
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Government agencies have been working to build such facilities that can host interna tional events and work is underway in Pragati Maidan as well as on a new facility in Dwarka, which is quite some distance away .In any case, the proposed convention and exhibition centre in Dwarka is still on the drawing board. Originally , like several ITDC properties that are on the “disinvestmentlist, the government had hoped to sell Janpath Hotel. Sources said that there was a strong school of thought that the hotel could be an attractive proposition to bidders looking at a budget hotel in central Delhi. The reluctance of officers to go for strategic sale to a private player -fearing allegations of wrongdoing later -seems to have prompted the government to opt for a “saferstrategy . “The land belongs to the urban development ministry ,“ said a source. Officials said the land had been given on lease to ITDC.
Politico
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Democrats have to talk about Trump’s Russia scandal, which has revealed that congressional Republicans are more concerned with protecting an ineffective and reckless president than the interests of the American people,” said Doug Thornell, a Democratic strategist at SKDKnickerbocker who previously led communications for the DCCC. “But you’ve also got to remind folks that this scandal is paralyzing the government and impacting their lives. The round-the-clock chaos has prevented any progress on health care, jobs, or education. Voters thought they were getting a manager, instead they got a mess.” Other strategists are also wary of focusing too narrowly on the investigation, fearing that complicated Russia chatter will drown out what they believe is a potent package of health care messaging, with a Republican plan that hits older voters especially hard.
Sputnik International
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Voice Of America
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Fearing violence in Mexico linked to political turbulence in the early 1990s, Maru Mora Villalpando came to the United States on a tourist visa. "I used to go back and forth with a tourist visa," Villalpando said. "Since I was going back and forth from Seattle (Washington) to Mexico, my idea was to stay in Mexico, but only because of the economic situation," she said as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) promised a better future. She also had aspirations to be part of something political in her home country. "But then I saw the person who was supposed to be the next president being killed in front of hundreds of people. It made me realize that it was better for me to leave the country. For the kind of work I wanted to do, I imagined I would be killed as well," she said. In 1996, she used her tourist visa for the last time to see her family.
Washington Free Beacon
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Channel 4
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bomb blamed on ISIS. Yesterday 11 people were reported killed by ISIS in Iraq. And last night in Manchester an attack on young people who should have been having the night of their lives, not their last night, or fearing it would be the last
Sky News
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rest of the day. What practically can you do for people potentially facing such bleak news or fearing they are about to receive it? It is giving people time and space to come to terms with the.
Sky News
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friends and family of those inside. Realistically, that means helping people digests difficult information. It must be immensely difficult for the families in there, waiting for news, uncertain and fearing the.
InfoWars
2 days
In the last few weeks alone, numerous Republicans have had their lives threatened
The Iran Project
2 days
Airbus and ATR have agreed to finance a few more. The prospects of financing the rest of the planes are still murky, as major European banks and big financial institutions are still hesitant to engage with Iran fearing US penalties, even though Iran’s nuclear-related sanctions were lifted in January 2016 as part of a deal Tehran signed with six worked powers a year earlier. According to Fakhrieh-Kashan, Iran hopes to resolve the financing issues by putting out a tender in a few weeks, in which 10 companies from Japan, Norway, Denmark, China, Ireland and Britain have already expressed readiness. As part of the plane deals, 32 aircraft are scheduled to land in Iran by the end of 2018. Those include 16 turboprop ATR planes, five of them are to be delivered by the end of December and the rest in 2018. The Iranian carrier is scheduled to receive four Airbus A320s by the yearend, five of the European planemaker’s A321s and four A330s next year.
ITV
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real proper concert. And, yes, I think it will make us think twice. It is sad and awful that you cannot come as a family, have fun with your kids, and do something that you are enjoying without fearing for your life. I think it is awful
ITV
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was their first real concert. I think it will make us think twice about doing things like that. It is really sad and awful that you can't just come as a family and have fun with your kids and do something you are enjoying without fearing for your life
ITV
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they fearing that the death toll will rise here? I think that is very difficult to say at the moment, Piers Morgan. We have not had any further information from the Royal infirmary yet. We are expecting to hear something eminently. They are expecting to get a statement from them at some stage. What we do know is that.
Sky News
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decided to postpone the publication of these figures fearing that they are too politically charged to be published in the middle of the general election campaign. Opposition parties said this was going too far. It was effectively looking to silence numbers that were important to be aired in the debate
Sky News
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matter of public record and ordinarily it would be. But last week, the Department of Health and advise it said from the civil service decided to postpone the publication of these figures fearing that they are too politically charged
Nottingham Evening Post
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Elise Christie has proven herself to be somewhat invincible of late, with three world titles to show for her dominance on the ice.But the Nottingham-based speed skater's latest admission will shock even the hardiest of athletes, showing the lengths to which she will go to achieve the dreams she has for so long been chasing.Having suffered a concussion in January, Christie skipped several World Cups and the European Championships with her sights firmly set on a return at March's World...
Plymouth Herald
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Travellers camping close to the spot where a pensioner was attacked by a pack of dogs have moved on - but have left behind a mass of rubbish.About six caravans have disappeared from a field in Plympton days after the grandfather and his dog were set upon by five animals.Keith Turner, aged 80, said he was left fearing for his safety and that of pet Lucy after the attack by the yapping dogs in Vinery Lane.Mr Turner, a retired area sales manager, said he believes the aggressive dogs belong to a...
Plymouth Herald
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Travellers camping close to the spot where a pensioner was attacked by a pack of dogs have moved on - but have left behind a mass of rubbish.About six caravans have disappeared from a field in Plympton days after the grandfather and his dog were set upon by five animals.Keith Turner, aged 80, said he was left fearing for his safety and that of pet Lucy after the attack by the yapping dogs in Vinery Lane.Mr Turner, a retired area sales manager, said he believes the aggressive dogs belong to a...
The Sun Daily
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Chinese investments into India could be anything from US$84 billion to US$126 billion between 2017 and 2021, far higher than Russia (RM364 billion to RM546 billion), Indonesia and Pakistan, countries that have signed off on the initiative, it said. China has not offered any specific projects to India, but many existing schemes, such as a Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor that has been planned for years, have now been wrapped into the Belt and Road. India has other worries over China’s growing presence in the region, fearing strategic encirclement by a “string of pearls” around the India Ocean and on land as China builds ports, railways and power stations in country such as Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. – Reuters
The Guardian
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France 24
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Gay Lebanese celebrated privately Sunday the closing ceremony of the first gay pride rally in their country and the Arab world, fearing reprisals from police or Islamists. It was part of Lebanon and the Arab world's first week-long festival to denounce discrimination against the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community. Initially the Beirut Pride group wanted to organise a kind of gay pride rally in the northern coastal town of Batroun, but fearing a backlash from police they dropped the plan. Instead they held a luncheon in a restaurant. "We were not able to hold a real gay pride parade because the Lebanese government would not have allowed it," said Lea. Around 40 participants instead snacked on sandwiches and sipped wine or arak as they listened to music and traded jokes. "This is a private place where no one can bother us...
BBC Two Northern Ireland
4 days
People perhaps were fearing the worst today. But 19 point is massive... It is, that's what we fear. That is why the Championship.
OK!
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Piers Morgan often comes to blows with guests on Good Morning Britain, with the opinionated star even having the odd on-air spat with co-stars including Susanna Reid. The former Britain’s Got Talent judge has often divided viewers, and he’s certainly been at the centre of some pretty entertaining moments on morning TV. Recently, Piers left viewers fearing he had left the show after he took some time off for Easter. Eamonn Holmes earned praise when he replaced Piers on the show, but ...