Goal
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BBC News - Top Stories
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ABC News - Australia
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Times of Israel
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Variety
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News of Universal Music Groups $22 billion valuation, revealed on April 25 by Vincent Bolloré, chairman of parent company Vivendi SA, has caused a stir in the music world as the industry works its way out of a 15-year slump. The figure, tossed out by Bolloré at a Tuesday general shareholder meeting in Paris, indicates a three-fold increase since the unit’s last... Read more »
Techradar - Reviews
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The earcups and headband are padded in plush leather which make them extremely comfortable to wear for extended periods. Styling is subtle but the headphones do look large and bulky. In terms of durability, the headphone is made mostly of black plastic but have black metal adjustment sliders that make them feel sturdier. Travelers will be happy to know that the MDR-XB950N1 can fold flat or up for transport and come with a simple cloth pouch. While some headphone companies try to minimize the number of buttons on their headphones, Sony crammed as many buttons and controls onto the headphone as possible. On the left earcup youll find buttons for power, toggling the Bass Effect equalizer, a microUSB charging port, 3.5mm jack for wired use and a button to toggle active noise cancellation. On the right earcup you have a slider and button combo for controlling music playback and a dedicated volume up and down rocker.
TIME - Top Stories
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Travel expert Anthony Bourdain of CNN's Parts Unknown shared his tip for traveling in areas with high crime. In an interview with the New York Times , Bourdain said he keeps the hidden knife for traveling in places with heavy street crime. Its not something youd want to get into a serious fight with, but it might be a rude surprise should someone grab you from behind as you enter your hotel room, he said. Small pocket knives that fold into the shape of a credit card are not available exclusively to the well-travelled. Amazon sells sets similar to the one Bourdain describes. However, Bourdain said he also has some less vicious travel item recommendations, including a sweatshirt or light jacket, Moleskine notebooks, jujitsu uniforms and books.
Techradar
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When buying cases, going official is usually a safe way to get a high-quality one, and thats exactly the case here with the official Huawei Mashup Case, but unlike many official cases its not even super expensive. Its mix of grey fabric on the top half and a brown leather-like material on the bottom makes it look expensive and unusual and is also sure to feel good in the hand, while adding minimal bulk. Another wallet case, but unlike the one earlier in the list this Olixar option is made of real leather. That inevitably makes it more expensive, but if quality is king then this should be your crown. Its ideal for a professional setting, but will look good almost anywhere and also comes with slots for cards, cash and documents, as any good wallet case should. Plus, you can also fold out a magnetic stand, so you can watch videos comfortably anywhere with a vaguely flat surface.
Expert Reviews
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This tight fit also ensures that food rarely falls between them and the tray. The tray can't be removed so they'll not be able to sit right at the table, but for most parents, this is the point they can start sitting on an adult chair anyway. The fold-down tray also means you don't have to lift your child as high to put them in, something you become very grateful for after a few months. It's a minimal, almost space-age design and folds down to 25cms thick and the clean lines make it very easy to wipe down. Key featuresAge range: Six months – three years, Weight: 5kg, no harness required, fold-down tray for easy access, folds to 25cm wide, two colour options BabyBjorn Highchair (White) £164.00 Buy now 4. Stokke Tripp Trapp: The best high chair for long-term use Price when reviewed: £169 This is a brilliant design solution from – where elseScandanavia.
Evening Standard - Sport
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The Economic Times
20 hours
NEW DELHI: Asia Pacific's energy, mining and utilities (EMU) sector focused merger and acquisition jumped three fold in the first quarter this year, with Australia emerging as the most popular target, says a Mergermarket report. According to the global deal tracking firm, EMU was the only sector that recorded a year-on-year growth in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan region and registered a rise of 323 per cent year-on-year in the January-March 2017. Australia was the most popular target country for EMU sector with 55 per cent of deals, followed by South East Asia (28.6 per cent). India and Mongolia tied for the third place with 5.2 per cent of deals each. The growth of activity in the EMU sector is no surprise and is likely to continue throughout 2017, should oil and commodity prices stabilise further, leading to more opportunistic deals, Mergermarket's Adam Orlando said.
21stCenturyWire
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As I said last year , “the return of capital punishment could very well function as a catalyst that would convince wider swathes of the population that stricter and more stringent laws are in order . . . and no law is stricter than the law of God, or the Shariah in an Islamic context.” Over the past years, the opposition in Turkey has been effectively silenced and rendered impotent and meaningless, and now, in the aftermath of the referendum and Tayyip Erdoğan's imminent return to the fold of the AKP, as part of the 18-point amendment package now “popularlyendorsed, it would stand to reason that the country will once again go down the path of a one-party state (1923-50, CHP and 1950-60, DP). And that opposition parties will all but join the ruling AKP or Justice and Development Party. Just the other day, the leader of the splinter rightist (or fascist, if you will) BBP (or Great Unity Party) Mustafa Destici appealed to the CHP to “desist from objecting to the will of the people in the law courts.
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
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LEWIS Kerr could be set to feature in his last meeting for Pirates with promoter Matt Ford admitting Kyle Newman may return to the fold next month.
BMW Blog
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9 percent followed by the 4 Series which came in seventh overall with the same percentage. Other German cars on the list include the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class which came in third and eighth overall. But what causes people to give up their luxury German models after spending so little time behind the wheel? Well, it’s not an accident, that’s for sure, as the brands themselves are encouraging people to change their cars for a couple of reasons, as explained by Phong Ly, CEO of iSeeCars.com. “While some might be surprised that these luxury brands top the list, these auto manufacturers offer their dealers incentives to buy new cars to use as loaner vehicles, which are then sold as used when they are still under a year old. This is a marketing strategy with a two-fold purpose. It puts brand-new models in the hands of current owners when they bring their cars in for service, increasing the likelihood that they will buy another car from that brand.
The Event Chronicle
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Channel 4
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who post comments, is misguided. There are great people out there and if you find ways to bring them into the fold and empower them, you get a lot of benefit from. Jimmy Wales. After the break, the first results of lab tests on the Spice drug taken when emergency calls spiked in Manchester
Daily Mail - Entertainment
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Sputnik International
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Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova is ready to get back in the fold on the very first day after her 15-month ban ends. On April 26, she will face Italian tennis player Roberta Vinci in the first-round match of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix (WTA) in Stuttgart, Germany.
Collective Evolution
2 days
One point I'd like to touch upon from the short interview below deals with how, after 1989, pharmaceutical companies received complete protection from wrongdoing, which meant they stood to make significantly more money. Even with all of the modern day examples of scientific fraud, they were and are always protected. This means that they can literally do anything they want, and approve anything they want, while at the same time claiming it's beneficial to human health. Related CE Article written by RFK: New Study Finds DTP Vaccine Increases Mortality In Young Infants 5 to 10 fold compared to unvaccinated infants. I'm pro-vaccine, and I've never said anything anti-vaccine, but I've read the science, and the science is very clear.
BBC News 24
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very personal, very traumatic family experience. And it's not something that I feel necessary to share with people, and I hope that people will respect that. You know, the first strike that was taken away was UK Anti-Doping's fold, and the second was my responsibility. Sometimes life happens, and, yeah, I think it is important that I'm open.
Expert Reviews
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This results in an image free from tearing, a graphical annoyance that arises in monitors that dont have this feature. It arises when the frame rate of the monitor and the render rate of your graphics card are not in sync. Image 4 of 10 The monitor’s design is attractive, with a red-and-black theme, matte-silver stand and thin bezels. Full pivot, height and tilt adjustments are at your disposal through its sturdy stand, giving you full control over the position of the screen. In case you want to take the monitor to a LAN party there’s a useful handle around the back and a numbered scale, to ensure you can set it up precisely as you have it at home. Image 3 of 10 On the right side of the monitor, there’s a fold-out arm that serves as a headphone stand. Here, you’ll also find two USB 3.0 ports, one of which carries a higher current for fast-charging your smartphone.
Collective Evolution
2 days
One point I'd like to touch upon from the short interview below deals with how, after 1989, pharmaceutical companies received complete protection from wrongdoing, which meant they stood to make significantly more money. Even with all of the modern day examples of scientific fraud, they were and are always protected. This means that they can literally do anything they want, and approve anything they want, while at the same time claiming it's beneficial to human health. Related CE Article written by RFK: New Study Finds DTP Vaccine Increases Mortality In Young Infants 5 to 10 fold compared to unvaccinated infants. I'm pro-vaccine, and I've never said anything anti-vaccine, but I've read the science, and the science is very clear.
Sky News
2 days
the veteran Italian Roberta Vinci. Vinci says she doesn't agree with the wildcard here or at any other event. They are asking why are people rolling over to let her come in to a privileged fold. Because she is the poster girl, she's the one sponsors want to give.
South China Morning Post
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