BBC Radio Wales
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why the Conservatives why not I can't remember they do a good job you got the words in the moment and I can probably tell you but it's some universe in terms of supply can be a moment the guarantees that the NFU NFU w asking for the given by the Secretary of State in terms of this financial round and then it's for the next Parliament whichever party form said governorate negotiate with Brussels and get the strongest most open and accessible to the European market possible and then of course that will have an impact on the UK framework of Agriculture you can't guarantee that the 680 million pounds of Wales has been receiving up until now will still be coming to Wales so how will the money be divided if you're talking about the pharisee friend how will it work will it become from Westminster will it I locate a certain amount to to Wales Supercross riddles slightly different areas because we couldn't guarantee that money even if we stayed with the EU.
BBC Radio Wales
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how fast do for example mention some support we need to the end of next and next Parliament no mention of what happens after that will the next Parliament so you know this sounds support subsidies the next auction at school sending you got 5 years to set a date yet and of course agricultural support you've got a you have a UK framework because of you going to have that free and open Access Trade between the four Nations United Kingdom you need a UK framework intensive agriculture to make sure it's an equal playing field and the cost of that impact in the ongoing negotiations with the EU because of course we want the strongest the most open access to the single market why not being a member of course that means we're going to have to play by some of the same will see you then when is plaid Cymru table an amendment to the brexit bill earlier this year seeking assurances on the sending from you at that it would be protected but it was.
Sputnik International
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Ruptly TV
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BBC News 24
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Scottish education which is why we have a national improvement framework and we have established and attainment fund. Headteacher stopped me in the street to talk about what he described as the life changing impact of the new equal equity fact -- fund we introduced. There is progress to be positive about that there is.
Times of Israel
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Hackaday
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Prolific hacker [kodera2t] is working on his own ESP32 monster board dev board for the still-newish ESP32 WiFi module. His board has everything: Ethernet, OLED, LiPo, and even CAN-bus. But all that peripheral connectivity is worth nothing if you can't program the microcontroller to use it. The Arduino environment for the ESP32 is coming along quite nicely, but it's not yet fully featured enough to run all of [kodera2t]'s hardware. To take advantage of all that, he needs to use Espressif's SDK called the IoT Development Framework or IDF for short. In his latest project log, [kodera2t] goes through everything necessary to get the IDF up and compiling on OSX . (It's strangely similar to the Linux procedure.) Read through the official instructions here , if you want more, but we think [kodera2t] hits all the high points.
The Iran Project
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Within the framework of resistance economy guidelines, this will be directed toward increased non-oil exports with high added value. China, India, Japan, Indonesia, and Europe are mentioned as the main targets. When it comes to regional economy, border provinces lie at the heart of interaction with neighboring countries as well as in efforts to make Iran into a transit hub by connecting the East to the West and the North to the South. This is expected to help develop the underprivileged border provinces and replace illegal importation with a proper exchange system. The proposal also aims to fight domestic regional inequality to foster justice. The administration is to group homogenous provinces into five divisions, each given local ministers or presidential aids in order to make decision-making processes more flexible in view of different conditions in every region.
Voice Of America
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Based on confirmed sightings of Ramadan's new moon crescent, millions of Muslims around the world are fasting on the first day of the holy month. According to Islam, the sighting of the new moon marks the beginning of the Muslim lunar month of Ramadan. Thirty-three countries, mainly those in which the majority of residents are Sunni Muslims, officially started Ramadan on Saturday. Bangladesh, Pakistan, India and Shi'ite Muslims in Iraq declared Sunday to be their first day of Ramadan. During Ramadan, which is the holiest and the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, Muslims abstain from food, drink, sex and immoral acts from sunrise to sunset. It is one of the most important Muslim practices — the Five Pillars of Islam — and just the second below the shahada, which is the sincere recitation of the Muslim profession of faith. In Ramadan, fasting and carrying out the other Islamic obligations provide the framework of a Muslim's life.
The Economic Times
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TIME - Top Stories
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The White House had hoped to use Trump's five-stop trip as a moment to reset. The president was warmly received on his opening stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, though he has come under more pressure in Europe, particularly over the Paris accord. Trump was cajoled for three days first in Brussels at meetings of NATO and the European Union, then in Sicily for G-7 but will leave Italy without making clear where he stands. As the G-7 summit came to a close Saturday, the six other members Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan renewed their commitment to the accord. The summit's communique noted that the Trump administration would take more time to consider whether it will remain committed to the 2015 Paris deal to rein in greenhouse gas emissions. Backing out of the climate accord had been a central plank of Trump's campaign and aides have been exploring whether they can adjust the framework of the deal even if they don't opt out entirely.
21stCenturyWire
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21st Century Wire says... There is an idiom that goes the devil is in the detail, and with questionable grey areas that emerge from these events such as Manchester, at first it seems simple for most people to believe. But upon finer detail, things begin to change considerably. Amidst the revelation that there are now up to 23,000 potential' terrorists in the United Kingdom, according to The Times , already we're seeing calls for state intelligence budgets to be boosted and the amount of their officers doubled, going back to pre-1945 levels. No doubt this will also further push the extension of powers within the Investigatory Powers Act that became law in December 2016. Are things really as they seem. Cui bono? Have figures released by sources within Whitehall been further inflated by the intelligence services in continuance to push forward a larger surveillance framework.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Sputnik International
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According to the joint communique of the G7 summit, United States is not sharing the consensus concerning the issue of climate change reached in the framework of Paris Agreement in 2015, since it is currently reviewing its policies on this matter.
The Sun Daily - World News
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Backing out of the climate accord had been a central plank of Trump's campaign and aides have been exploring whether they can adjust the framework of the deal even if they don't opt out entirely. Other G-7 nations leaned heavily on Trump to stay in the climate deal, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying "we put forward very many arguments". "His views are evolving, he came here to learn and get smarter," Gary Cohn, national economic council director, said Friday of the president's thinking. Trump, who will return to the White House under a cloud of scandal, started Saturday at the second day of the G-7 summit in Sicily, bringing to an end a nine-day trip that started in Saudi Arabia and Israel before moving on to three European stops. The trip has largely gone off without a major misstep, with the administration touting the president's efforts to birth a new coalition to fight terrorism, while admonishing partners in an old alliance to pay their fair share.
TIME - Top Stories
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Elizabeth Warren told TIME in an interview , and keeping the big guys from juicing their profits by putting the rest of America at risk. The bill would have an enormous impact on the finance industry if it passed, and would likely have broader effects on the economy, too. Here are some of its major provisions: End the new process for winding down dying banks During the 2008 financial crisis, failing Wall Street institutions like AIG and Lehman Brothers were so enmeshed with financial markets with products such as pension funds, municipal bonds and mortgages that their failure threatened global economic stability. There was no tested government framework to make sure they didnt also tank the whole economy at the same time. The prevent this danger happening again, lawmakers created a provision in Dodd-Frank bill that allowed the government to wind down large, failing, and systemically important institutions, in a mechanism called the Orderly Liquidation Authority.
Futurism
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Since the late 1920s, astronomers have been aware of the fact that the Universe is in a state of expansion. Initially predicted by Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity, this realization has gone on to inform the most widely-accepted cosmological model — the Big Bang Theory . However, things became somewhat confusing during the 1990s, when improved observations showed that the Universe’s rate of expansion has been accelerating for billions of years. This led to the theory of dark energy , a mysterious invisible force that is driving the expansion of the cosmos. Much like dark matter which explained the “missing mass,” it then became necessary to find this elusive energy, or at least provide a coherent theoretical framework for it. A new study from the University of British Columbia (UBC) seeks to do just that by postulating the Universe is expanding due to fluctuations in space and time.
KyivPost
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Washington Free Beacon
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"We've blown past her deadline, but are considering a response along the lines of, We support peaceful advocacy of Tibet, but as a UMass guest, respect the current policy." The staffer asked the UMass administration executive to let them know if he had "any concerns with that framework." "Thank you, that looks terrific," wrote UMass in response. "Thanks for the support." The comment that Warren's office eventually sent to NEPR expanded on the message that was floated by UMass. "Senator Warren respects UMass Amherst’s application of university policy in this matter," read the statement sent to NEPR. "The senator also supports the religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage of the Tibetan people. She is proud of her constituents, including students, who peacefully advocate for the fundamental human rights of all Tibetans." Warren's press secretary told the Washington Free Beacon that "our office told UMass how we intended to respond to media inquiries as a courtesy.
The Economic Times
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Airbus' chopper assembly line gets rolling in ChinaAn Airbus framework agreement signed in 2016 called for 100 H135 helicopters to be assembled over the next 10 years, and the first aircraft roll-out from Qingdao is planned for mid-2019.
Voice Of America
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Maro hopes to use his knowledge to help resolve issues in Burundi, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He says he'll always remember the words of former South Africa President Thabo Mbeki, who told him and others that "young people in Africa don't need to only debate issues that matter to you, but also have a concern of what you can do to help make the continent better." Maro says he supported this year's Africa Day theme and the AU Africa Agenda 2063. The agenda — to accelerate growth and sustainable development — is a strategic framework for the socioeconomic transformation of the continent over 50 years. "It's an agenda that talks about reforming the African continent, but how do we reform it?" Maro said. "We reform it through policies. So the policies that are not good to us, we think that they are outdated, we can relinquish them and find a way that we can have policies that would aim higher and will give us a chance to propel the continent forward.
Sputnik International
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said that if he were to become Prime Minister, foreign policy would change and the use of military action wouldn't be the same. Can you envisage what that policy might look like? Well, he set it out. He said that there should be a legal framework, that there should be a real need and that need in framework, that there should be a.