Evening Standard
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Times of Israel
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The French president held on a moment too long as knuckles turned white during their first encounter
KyivPost
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Ukraine’s General Prosecutor’s office did not provide details of the court decision, raising questions over whether proper procedures were followed in the case. The Transparency International director said that the release of the funds, which were held at the state-owned Oschadbank before being returned to the Ukrainian Treasury, had essentially been botched. “Any other country would be proud of the judicial decision, and this would be posted immediately to the open public,” he said. During the Transparency International workshop where Ugaz spoke, Lutsenko did not answer a question from the Peruvian attorney about how many corruption cases there were into Yanukovych, instead saying that there was one treason case and that the rest would proceed “case-by-case” afterwards. Ugaz called Yanukovych a “paradigm for grand corruption,” adding that he was amazed the former Ukrainian president “is not being investigated for corruption in this country.
BBC News 24
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to both the French and German authorities, I would think. Britain held a minute's silence today to remember the victims of the attack
Bleacher Report
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Supporters for Colin Kaepernick held a rally outside NFL headquarters in New York City to help the quarterback get signed to a team. Per TMZ Sports , Kevin Livingston of charitable organization "100 Suits For 100 Men"to which Kaepernick's foundation donated 50 suitsled the rally that featured over 70 people. The rally was a planned event, with Livingston telling ESPN's Michael Rothstein on Monday about the desire to give back to Kaepernick after his charitable donation: "He stood up for us. It's only right that he took our issues in our communities and brought it to a national level and sacrificed salary and being ostracized by the NFL. It was only right that we stand up for him. I started this, literally, when he came to my office -- I was moved. I work with parolees. People usually want to ostracize this particular population. Me working with him on the front lines and him coming to my office, this is not the first time I've worked with him.
The Iran Project
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ITV
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I think she must bear some responsibility... Although she later backtracked, saying only terrorists could be held responsible. Rather awkwardly, they then broke off to observe a minutes silence. After which, Mr Nuttall defended the attack on Mrs May. Do you think it is fair to say that Theresa May bear some responsibility for what happened?.
Sky News
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to come back home. Sadly, she heard the worst news that any mother could ever anticipate. A rally is being held for Olivia Campbell which we will bring shortly, but first let.
Sky News
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to a rally in a moment that is being held for one of the victims. Her father -- Charlotte's has been saying that she was at home in case she comes back, maybe she got lost and wants.
Ashford Herald
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A serious crash on the M2 caused long delays between Faversham and Sittingbourne this afternoon (May 25). Two vehicles were involved in a smash on the westbound carriageway between J6 and J5 emergency services were called to the scene. The road was blocked and traffic held while the vehicles involved were removed from the carriageway.No serious injures have been reported.If you see anything, please call the newsdesk on 01303 851657 or email ben.ashton@kentlive.news. Follow live...
BBC One West Midlands
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Radford Avenue and parts of Blackwell Street have been closed after the side and front of the building were deemed to be unsafe. It's due to be demolished tomorrow. A service has been held in memory of 19 crew men who were killed.
ITV
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She was always smiling. There was never any issues at all. She was always a nice person. Wendy's children are now without their mother. She was described by friends as a beautiful woman. She had been at the concert with her daughter. In her home town of Otley, a vigil was held in her honour
Mashable
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You can't change what you can't see. That's the motto of Measures for Justice , a nonprofit that just launched an online data portal to address unanswered questions about the American criminal justice system. Though the prison system is highly critiqued by activists, we know very little about what life looks like for the more than 2 million prisoners currently held in county prisons around the U.S. SEE ALSO: Why using AI in policing decisions risks race and class bias Measures for Justice's new platform is the first tool of its kind, working to uncover data in all 50 states currently unavailable to the public and present it in an easy-to-understand format. Read more... More about Google , Social Good , Mark Zuckerberg , Prison Reform , and Criminal Justice
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The Economic Times
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Bleacher Report
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The inaugural NBA Awards show will be a full Young Money affair. Not only will Drake be hosting the awards, set for June 26 (9 p.m. ET on TNT), but the NBA also announced Thursday that fellow YM artist Nicki Minaj will perform at the festivities. The NBA Awards are set to be held at Pier 36 in New York City and will hand out every major individual award. Russell Westbrook , James Harden and Kawhi Leonard were named finalists for the NBA MVP. Rudy Gobert, Draymond Green and Leonard are the Defensive Player of the Year finalists. A full list of nominees for every award, which includes some fan voting, was announced last week. Inside the NBA 's Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Shaquille ONeal will make appearances, as will a series of celebrity presenters and NBA stars. Minaj is fresh off an opening performance at the Billboard Music Awards and is ramping up the promotion for her as-yet-untitled fourth studio album, which is due out this year.
SABC Digital News
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Similar celebrations were held around the country. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
The Sun Daily - World News
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ATHENS: Greek former prime minister Lucas Papademos was hurt Thursday when an explosive device went off inside his car in Athens, state TV said. State TV ERT said Papademos had chest and leg wounds and trouble breathing, but his life was not in danger. Two of his guards were lightly hurt, ERT said. "We are shocked. I wish to condemn this heinous act," media minister Nikos Pappas told the station. ERT said Papademos, prime minister from 2011 to 2012, had been targeted by a letter bomb. A police source said a number of people had been hurt but could not say if Papademos himself was in the car at the time of the blast. Papademos, 69, a former Bank of Greece governor, was in an armoured car, ERT said. He headed an interim coalition government at the height of Greece's fiscal crisis that in 2012 negotiated a massive write-down of the country's privately-held debt.
Evening Standard
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Nottingham Evening Post
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The first full meeting of the new county council saw councillors make a decision about plans for five new quarry sites.Nottinghamshire County Council met at County Hall, in West Bridgford, on Thursday (May 25) - the first meeting to be held since the new Conservative and Mansfield Independent Group took control on Wednesday, May 10.Councillors agreed to review the draft minerals local plan, which sets out how the county will provide fuel and resources up until 2030.As well as outlining the...
KyivPost
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The main location for the events will be Sofiyska Square. During both days, dance bands will host shows on the square and hold contests for visitors. Around 150 events around the capital are to be held in honor of the city days. Days of Kyiv. May 27-28. Sofiyska Square. A Capella Fest This annual festival recasts Ukrainian modern music with a new sound – a capella. Vocal choirs Accord, Esthetic voice and United people will perform at this fest in various musical styles, showing off their vocal mastery over a wide range of material. A Capella Fest. June 1, 8 p.m. Carribean Club (4 Petlury St.) Hr 100-300 White Nights in Kyiv The first weekend of summer is celebrated at Platforma Art Factory. Sian Evans from Kosheen, a British electronic band, will host the event. A range of music styles are on agenda, however, from Disco to Drum ‘n’ Bass, the best music hits of the 2000s, as well as art installations and a lightshow.
CNN
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The results of a US military investigation have found that many of the more than 100 Iraqi civilians killed in west Mosul in a US airstrike in March died because the building in which they were held had explosives inside that detonated after a US bomb hit the building.
ITV
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To win a medal at Championships in front of the home crowd. My target is to back up my top eight finish from Rio is to back up my top eight finish from Rio at the Olympics and is to back up my top eight finish from Rio at the Olympics and do that again this year. The race walk from Rio at the Olympics and do that again this year. The race walk at this years athletic stripping chips is being held this years athletic stripping chips is being this years athletic stripping chips is this years athletic stripping chips this years athletic stripping.
Voice Of America
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Wright is worried about the militarization of U.S. foreign policy, although she admits it is unlikely NATO will ever disappear. “If you look at the reduction in militarization of the world, we have been a failure. But there’s another way to look at this. I think it’s totally possible and there should be a huge reduction in the amount of money that’s spent by each of the nations. The increase that has happened since the annexation of Crimea by Russia is extraordinary.” The day before the summit, a large demonstration was held in Brussels against President Trump's visit, but many signs at the protest also were critical of NATO. The outcomes of the counter-summit and how to slowly phase out budgets for NATO are not shared with the heads of states as there is no interaction between the two, according to organizer Ludo De Brabander. “Even if we would like to, it would be difficult.