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of the election -- McCain. We have no way of knowing, there was certainly a substantial impact of the Russian espionage conducted in the United States and the Russian leaking of true information and also false information about candidates. It is a.
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SAN FRANCISCO: Google is testing a way to tie online ads to brick-and-mortar store purchases, a move whetting marketing appetites while fueling privacy worries. A product called "Google Attribution" was unveiled at a marketing conference this month in San Francisco by the internet giant. Google has long been able to determine when users click on an ad and make a purchase, but linking online and offline habits takes its analytics a step further. Google senior vice president Sridhar Ramaswamy, who announced that Attribution is in test mode with a limited number of partners and will be rolled out to more advertisers in coming weeks, touted the tool as being able to answer the long-challenging question of whether marketing campaigns are working. "Google Attribution makes it possible for every marketer to measure the impact of their marketing across devices and across channels," Ramaswamy said.
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IT IS not difficult to notice that people these days are easily angered and spew profanities at the slightest provocation. When this happens, decency flies out through the window and we are left with a bad impression of the decaying society we are in today. So intertwined is language with culture that it may be argued that the language we speak can affect us in many ways. The way we view the world, how we view ourselves in relation to the world and, the impact the world has on us. Language can affect our psychology and behaviour, can have a bearing on our national identity and can be used for gains. As the American civil rights activist Cesar Chavez once said, "Our language is the reflection of ourselves. A language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers". This is so true but many of us, in a fit of anger, can turn into brutes with an eruption of words that can have unimaginable effect and implication.
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JAKARTA: A shallow, 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit inland on the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi Monday, US seismologists said, causing people to panic but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. The quake hit at a depth of nine kilometres at 10.35pm, west of the town of Poso, according to the United States Geological Survey. Muhammad Guntur, who lives on the outskirts of the town, said it was felt strongly. "People are panicking here. We are now all gathered outside of our houses," he told AFP immediately after the impact. A hotel worker in Poso also said that people panicked when the quake struck but that things had returned to normal there. "The electricity was off for a while," said the worker Buhory, who like many Indonesians goes by one name. "People were panicking but now it is on again and everything is okay." National disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said the quake was felt in Poso for about 20 seconds but there had been no reports so far of casualties or damage.
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AMID a slew of fairly bleak economic indicators for Scotland and the UK as a whole, which reflect the growing impact of the Brexit vote, news this week of record foreign direct investment north of the Border was most welcome.
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After 9/11, Iran not only denounced the attacks and cooperated with the United States in Afghanistan, but also offered to negotiate a comprehensive resolution of differences with no preconditions. The failure to recognize the impact of the 1953 coup on Iran’s collective identity, and subsequent policy decisions in support of the shah, only reinforced the view that the United States was the primary source of Persian humiliation. … The Bush neoconservatives, dominating the NSC policy formulation process, viewed Iran through the same lens they viewed al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Saddam Hussein. Americans have a short attention span: the administration responded to Iran through the context of 1979, yet few considered that most Iranians still viewed America through the events of 1953. Regime change was the wrong policy for Iran. The militarized foreign policy approach that the administration thought worked so well in Afghanistan and Iraq was not relevant to Iran.
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The wine industry, as it is introduced, if it is given support to grow, from Government, there is a huge growth and a huge impact to the economic situation of our region. We need that in Cornwall. The Cornish wine industry looks set for a bright future
Politico
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In a statement before POLITICO learned about Chase’s history, Lara Trump said she had been an animal lover since childhood. “I am honored to have worked with numerous animal rescue centers and other amazing organizations to assist in making life better for them,” she wrote. “I hope to make a positive impact on a cause so close to my heart and will continue to use my voice to spread awareness and encourage people to adopt from shelters.” Chase and five other activists from the now-defunct group Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty faced prosecution because they posted online the names and home addresses of employees at Huntingdon Life Sciences, which had a lab in the same New Jersey county where President Trump’s Bedminster golf course is located. They also “applauded acts of extreme harassment, intimidation, vandalism and violence,” according to a 2006 news release from the prosecutor, then-U.
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the East Rongbuk glacier is the glacier here, right through here. He provides the old and new images to scientists. They use them to determine the impact climate change has had on the Himalayas over the past hundred years. But until now, he's only had a handful of still images from the early expeditions
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This view from the top of Mount Everest had never been seen before. The footage is also helping scientists today learn more about the impact of climate change
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It's estimated more than 80 billion disposable bamboo chopsticks are thrown away around the world every year. That's more than ten for every person on the planet. Environmentalists say the impact on bamboo forests is devastating. And now a Canadian man has come up with a way to recycle them. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Vancouver. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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However, the ministry said, the May frosts had no significant impact on the grain crops whose condition is estimated at good and satisfactory. The post Agriculture ministry forecasts 29 percent loss of fruit and berries, grapes appeared first on KyivPost .
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Shares in Latin America focused oiler Pacific Exploration & Production Corporation (TSE: PEN) nudged higher as it updated investors on operations, saying it was looking forward to testing a number of "high impact" prospects this year. The group has interests in more than 30 exploration and production blocks in Colombia and Peru. Notably, in Colombia, discovery well Ceibo-1 in the Guatiquia block has been re-completed and placed on test from May 11 and is currently producing at 600 bbl/d (barrels a day) at 77.5% water cut. The production will eventually be co-mingled with the LS-1 producing sand already completed in the well. Upon completion of testing of this interval two more tests are planned for the middle and upper Guadalupe sands. Since the drilling of Ceibo-1, 12 further wells have been drilled into the pools giving a total of 13 now in production.
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m. ET on USA Network. News, Potential Spoilers Matt Hardy may end up reviving the "broken" gimmick in WWE, but it won't be right away. Since leaving Impact Wrestling, the Hardy brothers have been trying to secure the rights to the version of their characters they played in the past few years. That process apparently hit a speed bump. Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reported: "T he US Patent and Trademark Office is forcing the wrestler to make changes to his filing." Monday's Raw won't be without Emma much longer. A shoulder injury in May spoiled her delayed return. Fans seemingly won't have to wait nearly as long to see her back in the ring this time around. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t Raj Giri of Wrestling Inc), Emma is expected to be cleared to compete in June. And while the women's division will grow deeper when that happens, the cruiserweights will remain one veteran short.
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With election day approaching, I wanted to tell you just how important your vote is to the future of our nation, and how quickly your vote will have a huge impact on our country. The European Union wants the Brexit negotiations to begin on June 19th
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