Techradar
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The Mavic Pro has a top speed of around 40mph, so it's no slouch in that department, and the battery is good for around 20 to 25 minutes of aerial action. As is the case with other DJI drones, the Mavic Pro comes with a dedicated remote control that uses your phone's display to show you exactly what the device is seeing. Range is quoted as being over 4 miles, giving you the opportunity to capture some amazing stills and video without worrying about the connection dropping. Read the hands-on review: DJI Mavic Pro It's rare for a company to put the looks of its drone ahead of core functionality, but the Xiro Xplorer V certainly looks unique, especially when it's up in the air. This device really does look the business thanks to its sharp edges, LED lighting and fetching camo color scheme. All of this fits nearly into a specially designed backpack, which is an optional extra but comes highly recommended.
Autocar
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Much of the interior trim is crafted from Macassar Ebony and Paldao wood, with Moccassin and Dark Spice leather trim on the seats, armrests and dashboard top. In place of the rear seats is a vast expanse of wood that has been crafted into a mid-shelf with an illuminated glass lip. There is also a hat shelf, which sits under the rear opening backlight. Hidden features of the Rolls-Royce Sweptail Not all of the custom design touches of Sweptail are visible. Concealed on either side of the car are two identical panniers, which house bespoke-made attaché leather-wrapped carbon-fibre cases (sized to exactly house the owner’s laptop). Those cases match a luggage set produced by Rolls-Royce Bespoke, which fits in the car’s wood-clad trunk. Perhaps the most outlandish feature of Sweptail is concealed in the centre console: a mechanism that reveals a bottle of champagne along with two crystal flutes.
Voice Of America
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One traffic spat in western Zambia has grown into an international incident with life-or-death implications — one that could taint Zambia's history of peaceful and democratic rule. For more than six weeks now, opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema has been in jail, awaiting trial on treason charges, which carry a possible death penalty. He was arrested in April, after his convoy crossed paths with the motorcade of President Edgar Lungu on a country road, and Hichilema's drivers refused to yield to the president. Days later, police stormed into his upscale Lusaka home, sprayed tear gas and hauled Hichilema away. His case has proceeded in fits and starts, says Hichilema's spokesman, Charles Kakoma, who spoke to VOA on Friday outside the court, after yet another delay. Kakoma says authorities have grossly exaggerated the charges against Hichilema.
Ars Technica
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BBC Radio London
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no reason it was because it never split the rest of your idea for making the world a better and safer places to pull all troops all intervention and have nothing have nothing to do with what's happening every country in mind your own business you've got to treat each and every problem as an individual problem with its own you want season it's over difficulties on it's own challenges eat it isn't like one I can't have you I don't know if you can turn over a wooden ruler one-size-fits-all actually interest rate also just wanted to anybody you pick it up but I mean I didn't.
Bleacher Report
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11 overall and I see similar aspects in their game where these are guys who can put up a lot of points without using a lot of dribbles. On Knicks Fans Having Hope at No. 8 The hope is that they're gonna get a good player. He's not gonna save this team. No fan should head into this draft thinking that they're going to find their next Kristaps Porzingis . They're gonna get a good player and the Knicks need players, they need talent, and I've been mock-drafting Frank Ntilikina from France to New York since January. I think if the Knicks are serious about looking for a guy who fits their triangle offense, Ntilikina is exactly what they go for. On Boston Celtics' No. 1 Pick vs. Trade Dilemma I don't think it's a question. I think they take Fultz at No. 1. I don't think they even look to trade the pick. I think they can play together, I think he can replace Isaiah Thomas long term.
BBC Radio 4
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the Rock Germany and nothing to do with serious um it's a nice place to goldsmiths career and I'm afraid it's not say you say nonsense you saying it's not a recruiting to it's not used as a propaganda distribution heroin addict as a young man to conduct GSXR something weird to understand and work harder on can you don't think any of these interventions that plays into a narrow side yes it fits inside view of the world but what is a way of life and I'll values and I'll come to dinner dances.
Bleacher Report
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They're 17-10 against divisional foes and 11-8 against everyone else. The Nats' NL East feast won't end anytime soon. They have 116 games left, and 49 of them are within the division. As long as they don't break their pattern, they can maintain their near-100-win pace. But for that, they must hope their fatal flaw doesn't come back to bite them. The Nationals may be good, but their bullpen fits nicely with the general theme of the NL East. Its 5.26 ERA is the worst in baseball. That's helped put a dent in the club's overall win probability . It's also had another, even more ominous effect. As easy as it is to appreciate how good Nats starters have been, there should also be concern for how much they've worked. No other team's starters average more pitches per game. That's not Dusty Baker being Dusty Baker. As ESPN.com's Eddie Matz put it, that's the Nationals manager " being human and doing anything and everything to avoid using a relief corps that has been lighter fluid instead of lights-out.
ZDNet Microsoft
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With its new Surface Laptop and a major internal makeover for the Surface Pro, Microsoft's line of PCs now includes four models. Here's a closer look at where each one fits in the competitive landscape.
TIME - Top Stories
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The suicide bombing of Manchester Arena by a home-grown extremist has Britain grappling with many difficult questions among them, whether the government is doing enough to prevent people like Salman Abedi from being radicalized. Authorities reportedly knew of Abedi's terrorist sympathies five years prior to Monday's attack, BBC reports , but he nonetheless was still able to slip through the net and kill more than 20 people, many of them young girls, after an Ariana Grande concert . Abedi, a 22-year-old born in Britain to Libyan parents, fits a familiar profile of disaffected, often impoverished youngsters who are ripe to be preyed upon by jihadist recruiters. Residents of his Manchester community told the Washington Post he was an isolated dark figure. As TIME reported this week , experts believe Britain is unlikely to strengthen its anti-terrorism legislation in the wake of the Manchester attack.
BBC Radio Ulster
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snow before you start to wonder if you should adjust the tuning on your radio let me emphasize that I did say really just novel you might be thinking how that description fits with a text that has such a definitive influence on a genre that includes Salem's Lot by Stephen King the vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice the Sookie Stackhouse books by charlaine Harris and Elizabeth cost of us the historian we need to forget things for a moment as well as the various film of many have seen these are all highly suggestive and sensational and miss out much of Stoker's original 70 and sophistication it's notable in the text of characters like Van Helsing Andrew Neil Harker constantly pray for God's intro session in the struggles with the demonic there a mini coaches quotations from the books of Genesis exodus and Deuteronomy as one of the Gospels of Mark and Luke.
BBC Radio Ulster
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thank you Leanne before the presidential election last spring and event at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington vs Doran hotel in Washington or Donald Trump made a speech there promise investor relations with Russia we know those two men went out that hotel we don't know whether they map that's another area that investigators looking into Nick Brandt recording on good morning Ulster at church in half minutes 27 of the results of the shower and this one of your belly on that site good morning Lee I morning Karen on this day in 1897 that's great Irish religious novel Bram Stoker's Dracula first one on sale for wonder if you should adjust the tuning on your radio let me emphasize that I did say religious snuffle hope you thinking how that description fits with a text that has such as EastEnders influence on genre that includes say them.
BBC News 24
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If you're interested in economic development you will want to help those sectors grow. You use the language of trans formation of developing a new sustainable economic model, and I'm struggling to see how that fits with pouring all of your money into the oil and gas sector
GCMLP
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The first governing body we encounter is the family. A moral conservative family is led by a strict father whose job it is to instill discipline. Failure to be disciplined is immoral. People who fail lack discipline and need to be punished into obedience. Leadership is to be followed and rebellion is immoral. In a moral liberal family the parent guides the family with empathy and compassion. Honesty, fair play and caring for others are moral. Bullying is immoral. Both see themselves as empowered to act and both are moral. Humans are not rational, but emotional, moral creatures who will do that which best fits our perspective of morality. Use this when framing your issue. After a while you’ll run into limitations. One solution is finding allies. If your cause is part of a larger movement, align with it. Coordinate local actions with national and international campaigns to increase your likelihood for success.
BBC News 24
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those sectors grow. You use the language of trans formation of developing a new sustainable economic model, and I'm struggling to see how that fits with pouring all of your money into the oil and gas sector. Because not all of our money is going into the oil and gas sector, the majority of projects, whether it's Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan or whatever, are not in the oil and gas sector
BBC Radio Wales
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women wearing a hijab and not know one object to that did this is their shots what is Forbidden is that you can see your face because it's an issue of public Security now that's a different thing then a headscarf sin in schools were they were banned because the French hate being such a lot of that fits with your belief that one has to work with Muslim Communities win their scholar said this was not something which was against against Muslims in general and you know for the last two this measure has been in place since 2004 and so beautiful Muslim pupils who would come to school wear a headscarf in the street that take the head cars out of the school when you get in school to put it back when they go back in the street so this.
BBC Radio Wales
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camellia question is being asked again is the west any closer to an effective counter terror strategy multiple joins me now welcome to hard talk thank you we are getting more information by the hour and the day about the exactly what happened in Lanchester much of the focus on Salman a baby this young man who appears to be in the suicide bomber the more we learn the more you learn does it seem to you this fits a familiar template what does this in any way seems different from Europe Southwick mass murders recent times no I think it fits a familiar template but it is changing and within the 3rd generation jihadism that we've witnessed over the years course for a Frenchman what happened in Manchester remind us all.
BBC News 24
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I'm struggling to see how that fits with pouring all of your money into the oil and gas sector. Not all of our money goes into the oil and gas sector. Lots of our projects are not. They are in other sectors, trying to diversify the economy and raise the share of GDP not for oil and gas. Otherwise they will be in a cycle of oil and gas driving everything
The Economist - Science
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CARMAKERS like to talk about autonomous vehicles (AVs) as if they will be in showrooms in three or four years' time. The rosy scenarios suggest people will soon be whisked from place to place by road-going robots, with little input from those on board. AVs will end the drudgery of driving, we are told. With their lightning reactions, tireless attention to traffic, better all-round vision and respect for the law, AVs will be safer drivers than most motorists. They wont get tired, drunk, have fits of road rage, or become distracted by texting, chatting, eating or fiddling with the entertainment system. The family AV will ferry children to school; adults to work, malls, movies, bars and restaurants; the elderly to the doctor’s office and back. For some, car ownership will be a thing of the past, as the cost of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft tumbles once human drivers are no longer needed. Going driverless could cut hailing costs by as much as 80%, say optimists.... Continue reading
BBC News 24
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and his colleagues? That video gives you an indication. It fits in with his view that America was either is paying more than it should be.
BBC News 24
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problems by thinking board thoughts or going in directions but it is up to his advisers to make sure that what he is saying and doing fits with true American interests, not British interests, but our interests are often allied with American interests. So do.
Channel 4
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and promising prosecution of any culprit identified. This fits very conveniently as it happens into a broader agenda for President Trump - after all leaks have kept alive the crisis here over Russian influence in the US elections, specifically intelligence leaks about the investigation into possible collusion between his campaign team and Russia. Remember the President himself got into trouble for sharing intel.
Sky News
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What the administration has been doing, what Republicans have been doing is saying look, there's no this. There's absolutely no evidence of any collusion. . The issue here is the leaking of this information. They want to make that the story. It certainly fits with that narrative
Bleacher Report
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If he's red or yellow flagged, he could fall a few spots, depending on what the doctors say. But based on pure talent, he remains one of the top prospects in this draft." Presuming the medicals don't come out terrible, it's hard to argue against Giles as a top-10 prospect. He fits where the game of basketball continues to go incredibly well, and though he might take some time to develop, he boasts arguably more upside than any player in the class. For a team like the New York Knicks, which needs time to figure out the Carmelo Anthony situation and other factors plaguing the rebuild, grabbing a prospect like Giles who can grow alongside Kristaps Porzingis is a big win. 12. Pistons: Lauri Markkanen , F, Arizona Some sentences get NBA evaluators excited no matter what. "A 7'0" forward who can shoot from range" is one of those. So is the case for Arizona's Lauri Markkanen .