BBC News 24
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We're not afraid. You have been looking at the tributes. Obviously you are very moved by what you have seen? I am shocked. My is broken. Because of Manchester, where I was born. The crowds here growing. People still continue to bring flowers. There are a load of.
BBC News 24
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Behind you, immediately we are struck by the enormous array of tribute is still there? Yes, and indeed is it is growing. People still coming here
South China Morning Post
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The Sun Daily
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Another reason for hosting Antonopoulos and presenting the public with the talk on this growing new technology is to help Malaysia remain relevant and competitive among the global industry players. Mohd Yusoff then shared about the nature of bitcoin and other disruptive technologies. "I think the nature of some of these new technologies that come under the umbrella of the fourth industrial revolution tends to be multidisciplinary and brings sectors closer together, further redefining the sector in itself. "For example, Uber itself is a combination or merging of two industriestelecommunications and transport. This is where we need to get industries and policy-makers together, to look into the future of how this new innovation is 'disrupting' our businesses and economy, hence use it to create more opportunities to improve businesses and economies," Mohd Yusoff added.
Sky News
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Thousands of items have been taken. Police say some of the items have been crucial to their investigation, but it's a fast moving, a very rapidly changing situation in terms of the investigation, but the police do seem to be growing in confidence that they are managing to round up the people.
The Iran Project
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of items taken into police hands for forensic examination. They say they have made some significant finds during the searches of those properties and they are growing in confidence now that the net is closing on the network of people who were involved in that terrible attack on Monday
The Economic Times
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This is far from invoking any 'nationalist' argument. But sensationalising issues based on anecdotal interviewsis unfair to India's most global and key industry, and a huge disservice to potential aspirants wishing to join it. Reports of mass layoffs are incorrect. Six lakh people were hired in the last three years, 50,000 in Q4 of 2016-17 alone by only the top five companies. The industry will be a net hirer in 2018. Performance-linked workforce realignment, which impacts less than 3 per cent of the workforce, has barely changed this year. Lower attrition, automation and the industry focus on innovation and enhanced efficiencies have seen a gentle deceleration in hiring growth rates — but on a growing base. Consequently, the industry expects to hire more people in the next eight years than it did in the previous eight. The oft-quoted McKinsey study that talks of one million existing jobs being destroyed in the future also points to 1.
Voice Of America
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“I pity the civilians and the women who were near the targeted area. They’re getting caught in the conflict and I hope this ends soon.” Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla said government forces are working to “clear the city of all remnants of this group.” On Friday, Duterte ordered his troops to crush the militants, warning that the country is at a grave risk from the Islamic State group. Death toll: at least 44 At least 44 people have died in the fighting, including 31 militants and 11 soldiers, officials say. It was not immediately clear whether civilians were among the dead. The violence has forced thousands of people to flee and raised fears of growing extremism. Duterte gave his troops a free hand to wrest control of Marawi. “You can arrest any person, search any house without warrant,” said Duterte, who has been criticized for the deaths of thousands of people in a crackdown on illegal drugs.
Sky News
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network surrounding Salman of 80 and they seem to be growing in confidence that they are getting the people in custody that they need to talk to. There is a difficult process of working out what their roles at any of the advocacy of Monday.
BBC News 24
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here this morning looking at the tributes and flowers and balloons that have been left here, and ever growing number of tributes. There is a tribute here to the youngest victim. People have also come across the UK, from all over. There is an Everton shirt here, and a Liverpool.
SABC Digital News
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*Battle lines are drawn as the fight for the control of the ANC is expected to intensify during the party's national executive committee meeting. The crucial weekend gathering comes at the time when there are growing calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down as head of state. *Minister for Women and Children Susan Shabangu says its time government started working with people on the ground to address their concerns. *Bidvest Wits have already won the title for the 2016/17 season! However this weekend, the focus will be at the bottom of the log to see which team will wave goodbye to the PSL this season. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Sky News
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thousands of pieces of evidence which they will take some time to go through and to determine exactly what is of use to them in terms of this investigation. They are confident and growing in confidence that they are moving on apace with this investigation. The country's most senior anti-terrorist officer said.
The Iran Project
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Financial Times - Markets
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Variety
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Wonder Woman has been around for nearly eight decades, but the superhero has never flown into theaters for her own title movie until now, with Gal Gadots Wonder Woman, the final film of DC Comics trinity, which will be released on Jun. 2. Wonder Woman being showcased on the big screen as a big-budget summer... Read more »
BBC News 24
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A weekend in which armed officers will be patrolling on trains. Detectives investigating Monday's shocking attack are growing in confidence. But for now, going into one of the most important weekends of the summer, everyone remains nervous. Daniel Sandford, BBC News, Manchester
BBC News 24
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I don't even want them to know. This would put our lives at risk. If the government discovers you've had contact with Al-Shabaab, you will be arrested, even killed. So, we fear talking about this publicly. We fear for our security. Despite the risks, Salama's secret mission is growing. She not only helps women who have managed to escape,.
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a growing problem that the Kenyan government seems to be ignoring. The few who do manage to escape are too frightened to talk openly. If anyone went to Somalia, however they went there, whether it was willingly or trafficked, they are being looked whether it was willingly or.
BBC News 24
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Detectives investigating Monday's shocking attack are growing in confidence. But for now, going into one of the most important weekends of the summer, everyone remains nervous. Daniel Sandford, BBC News, Manchester
BBC News 24
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A weekend in which armed officers will be patrolling on trains. Detectives investigating Monday's shocking attack are growing in confidence. But for now, going into one of the most important weekends of the summer, everyone remains nervous. Daniel Sandford, BBC News, Manchester
Daily Mail - Australia
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Sex fiends are importing silicone child dolls (pictured) that look as young as five-year-old girls into Australia as part of a sickening growing trend in Australia.
The Economic Times
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The Niti Aayog is advising Modi on boosting corporate spending crucial to filling a $1.5-trillion investment gap, creating jobs and on ways to keep his promise to double farm incomes. On July 1, the world's fastest growing major economy is set to roll out a national goods and services tax that seeks to unify India's 29 states into a single market.Jobs Market By 2050, about 1.1 billion Indians are expected to comprise the working-age population of 15 to 64, according to the United Nations. Unless the economy grows at more than 10 percent consistently, the economy may not be able to absorb all those workers, analysts say."If we create a lot of good jobs, we can raise the growth rate to 8, 9, 10 percent," Panagariya said. There was a "skepticism and fear" -- which he described as "robophobia" -- that automation would take away jobs. These fears, he said, were "grossly exaggerated" and meant India's potential remained underestimated.
TechCrunch
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