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This police investigation is still at its early stages and I understand the family have an older daughter in University. They are being held.
TIME - Top Stories
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Politico
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BBC Parliament
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progress on this important issue. The minister knows he is held progress on this important issue. The minister knows he is held in high regard by animal welfare rises and, even though that is not his primary responsibility. The and, even though that is not his primary responsibility. The answers to the comments for that role. There is no disagreement to the comments for that role. There is no disagreement about wanting better animal welfare. The key challenges are how to deliver it. I have confidence the challenges are how to deliver it. I have confidence the minister and his colleagues, encouraged by my honourable friend, led by my honourable friend from Watlington.
The Week
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KyivPost
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There were other differences as well: camp leaders were more engaged with their child charges than they are in regular summer camps. At “Building Bridges Not Walls” there were various discussion and group therapy sessions, usually in the form of games. These ranged from simple games, such as ones based on musical chairs, to more complex activities, that required the children to open up to their group and talk about their interests and hopes. Children attend master classes in the“Building Bridges not Wallsspring camp on March 28. (Dana Verstak) Besides working in groups divided by age, the children attended various master classes including ones on psychology, critical thinking, the martial art kendo, digital storytelling, painting with hands and legs, and many more. The most serious psychological exercises were held in the evening. Most of them were built on the methodology used by a Theater of the Oppressed techniques developed by Brazilian theater practitioner Augusto Boal, which use theater as means of promoting social and political change.
Daily Mail - Australia
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The 32-year-old man, who held Australian and Irish passports, reportedly jumped after squeezing through the high glass anti-suicide walls of the escalator in Bangkok, Thailand.
CNN Asia News
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Japan is considering a further step away from its long-held pacifist stance with a proposal which would allow it, for the first time since World War II, to strike overseas targets.
South China Morning Post
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BBC Two England
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it is biased and that this panel is being held in secret - what do you say to that? I must say, I find this attitude very puzzling. Ken Livingstone must be aware that his remarks were gratuitously.
Daily Mail - Football
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Gareth Southgate has held clear the air talks with Jurgen Klopp to discuss the injury that has ruled Adam Lallana out of the Merseyside derby and potentially up to four weeks of the season.
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Plymouth Herald
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Tesco has announced a new date for its drive-in cinema experience in Plymouth.The event, which will be held at Tesco's Roborough branch, will now take place on Sunday, April 9, 2017 after last month's event was postponed due to bad weather. With the drive-in now taking place during the Easter Holidays, it will adopt a child-friendly theme, and air family favorite movie, Trolls. Store manager, Paddy Duggan, said: The store are very pleased to confirm the date for the drive in cinema....
Cotswold Journal
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The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian youths should make an environmental change by going green, said Green Technology Corporation (Greentech Malaysia) chief executive officer Ahmad Hadri Haris. He said the youths can also contribute their ideas on 'future energy' (alternative energy), which is the theme that will be debated at the World Expo held at Astana, Kazakhstan from June 10 to Sept 10. In his opening remarks at the launch of the Malaysia Expo 2017 Youth contest by Raja Muda Selangor Tengku Amir Shah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah today, Hadri used the mathematical concept called the 'Butterfly Effect' as an example on how small efforts can make a huge change. The concept, coined by the American mathematician and meteorologist Edward Lorenz, states that minute causes can result in a large effect. Saying that ecology is a subject close to his heart as he had studied it in university, Hadri said that it was not only about going green, but also being sustainable.
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Politico
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ON TRUMP WORKING WITH DEMOCRATS: “I dont want that to happen. You know why? I want a patient-centered system. I dont want government running health care. The government shouldnt tell you what you must do with your life, with your health care. We should give people choices.” -- JUST A NOTE: This is a pretty striking comment. The Republican speaker of the House acknowledges that the Republican president will abandon their party and work with Democrats if the GOP doesnt step up its game soon. BREAKING OVERNIGHT -- BAD NEWS FOR TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN -- AP/HONOLULU at 3:48 a.m.: “A federal judge in Hawaii who temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban hours before it was set to take effect issued a longer-lasting order Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson held a hearing Wednesday on Hawaii’s request to extend his temporary hold.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Gareth Southgate has held clear the air talks with Jurgen Klopp to discuss the injury that has ruled Adam Lallana out of the Merseyside derby and potentially up to four weeks of the season.
CNN
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Japan is considering a further step away from its long-held pacifist stance with a proposal which would allow it, for the first time since World War II, to strike overseas targets.
Channel 4
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The misconduct hearing, which will be held behind closed doors, could see him expelled from Labour if he's found to have brought the party into disrepute. That's the news - we're back tonight at seven and at lunchtime tomorrow. Now the weather... This afternoon, it.
ABC News - International
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The last time Britain held trade talks with the EU, it was to join the bloc _ and it was a frustrating, long and humbling experience for Britain. A look back at those talks highlights some of the challenges Britain faces today.
ABC News - International
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Techradar
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Moore's Law, the observation that the number of transistors in a chip doubles every two years or so, has held for about half a decade. In the early 2000s it began to falter, as chip manufacturers began to bump up against fundamental physical limits. But ways were found to bypass those limits, and transistor density continued to double roughly every two years. While Intel has been talking about keeping the law alive in increasingly-difficult circumstances by making bigger improvements less often , a team of engineers at MIT believes that they've found a smart way to make smaller microchip patterns than ever. Three-stage technique Their approach uses a three-stage technique. First an electron beam is used to write a pattern of lines onto the surface of a chip. Then, a mix of materials known as a "block copolymer" is laid down. This mix will naturally segregate itself into predictable patterns.
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