CNN United States News
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OK!
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Tara Palmer-Tomkinson will be laid to rest on February 27[Getty] The socialite died on February 8, and will be laid to rest three weeks after her tragic passing. The official date of her funeral will be on February 27, and will be a private event for friends and family. After the star's passing, many rushed to pay their respects for the It girl in emotional online tributes. Among them, former boyfriend Duncan shared a sweet message, alongside a picture of himself and ...
SABC Digital News
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A wreath will be laid at the wreckage site of the SS Mendi in the English Channel near the port town of Plymouth in southern England, today. The ceremony is part of the 100th-anniversary commemoration of the sinking of the ship, which took with it 600 South African Native Labour Corps. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Autocar
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However, a full-blown merger between the US car making giant and PSA was torpedoed in 2013, when GM suddenly sold a 7% stake in the French government-owned car maker. Industry insiders contacted by Autocar suggest PSA’s Chinese partner Dongfeng could play a decisive role, including the provision of financial assistance in the possible purchase of Opel and Vauxhall. However, Evercore ICI, a global consultancy, has told German newspaper Handelsblatt that GM may be forced to pay PSA to take Opel with all existing pension costs. It says Opel is worth $1.1 billion without the pension costs. Confirmation of PSA’s interest in acquiring Opel hints at a greater focus on the highly turbulent European market and goes against the trimming of existing manufacturing capacity and the more global-based sales strategy laid out by its boss Carlos Tavares in recent years.
Voice Of America
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A recent recovery in steel and coal production in China has posed a challenge to the country’s war on pollution, aimed at reversing the damage done to its skies, soil and water. As both industries represent two of the largest polluting sectors in China, some analysts are expressing concerns over their negative impact on the country’s air quality although many remain convinced that, in the long run, China will achieve its 2020 environmental targets for energy consumption and reduction of carbon and pollutant emissions, laid down in its latest five-year plan. Rising steel output A recent report released by Greenpeace East Asia said China’s steel industry actually saw a net increase of 36.5 million tons in operating capacity last year, despite October claims that the country had already met its 2016 reduction target of 45 million tons of steel capacity.
BBC Parliament
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Yet again this is flawed. We previously argued for detailed reporting of resources specifically for these agencies in the exercise of the powers laid down in the criminal finance bill and the proceeds of crime bill. The government has already blocked a number of measures that Labour have proposed to make this a meaningful and effective Bill.
Voice Of America
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Plymouth Herald
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Sky News
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It may be the most laid-back revolt in history, but Californians have gone to war with their new President. On things like the environment and immigration, Donald Trump faces a resistance movement from politicians and a network of neighbourhood groups. I'm not a political activist by nature. It's not something that I really want to be doing. I feel like I HAVE to do it.
BBC One London
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In the 83rd minute, that is exactly what happened. The FA has really strict rules about We're not allowed to bet but a few of the lads laid on. So, hopefully, there will be a pie and a pint at the local. So, that pie moment has basically made a lot of people in Sutton quite rich this morning? Well, I hope so. What happens now? How much trouble as he and? The FA is committing -- investigating.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Hashtags are used to label these events -- like #WWCamp -- and to encourage customers to share their own photos of the spaces, using WeWork's memorable slogan: "Do what you love." Our favorite is the #DogsOfWeWork hashtag. Not only is it awesome because, well, dogs, but it's also a great way for the company to promote their laid-back culture while also inviting customers to interact with their brand on social. Near the end of each year, they actually choose the best photo submissions to the #DogsOfWeWork hashtag on Instagram and Facebook and put together a calendar for the following year. Most engaging post of all time: [ Click here to see the post.] Why it's engaging: For all their beautiful photos of people and office spaces and dogs, some of you might be surprised that their most engaging photo of all time is a picture of a simple quote. This goes to show the power of motivational quotes on Instagram, which tend to perform very well.
Evening Standard - Sport
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane says his loan spell at Millwall helped him to become the player he is today.
The Northern Echo
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Ruptly TV
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Autocar
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However, a full-blown merger between the US car making giant and PSA was torpedoed in 2013, when GM suddenly sold a 7% stake in the French government-owned car maker. Industry insiders contacted by Autocar suggest PSA’s Chinese partner Dongfeng could play a decisive role, including the provision of financial assistance in the possible purchase of Opel and Vauxhall. However, Evercore ICI, a global consultancy, has told German newspaper Handelsblatt that GM may be forced to pay PSA to take Opel with all existing pension costs. It says Opel is worth $1.1 billion without the pension costs. Confirmation of PSA’s interest in acquiring Opel hints at a greater focus on the highly turbulent European market and goes against the trimming of existing manufacturing capacity and the more global-based sales strategy laid out by its boss Carlos Tavares in recent years.
ITV
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I was told that the bookies had odds of 8-1 on you eating a pie on camera during the game. Is that true and how many of your mates piled on? Like I said, we are not allowed to bet but a couple of the lads laid on.
The Sun Daily
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" Local polls will be held on May 14, paving the way for provincial and then national elections later in the year. The Madhesis, who live in the densely populated Terai plains bordering India, want the constitution to be amended first and have pledged to protest against the polls. "We will not take part in the local level election without our demands being addressed," Mahindra Yadav, the chairman of a Madhesi political party, told AFP on Tuesday. "The election cannot be a success unless we take part in it." The Madhesis have long complained that the internal borders laid out in the constitution leave them under-represented at the ballot box and in the national parliament. After the constitution was adopted in September 2015, Madhesi protesters kicked off a months-long blockade of the India-Nepal border that led to a crippling shortage of goods across the country.
Bleacher Report
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"So he took a pretty good tumble, knocked himself out." 9a. Rock 'n' Roll Lyric of the Week This one goes out to Flynn. "Well life on the farm is kind of laid back "Ain't much an old country boy like me can't hack "It's early to rise, early in the sack "Thank God I'm a country boy "Well a simple kind of life never did me no harm "A raisin' me a family and workin' on the farm "My days are all filled with an easy country charm "Thank God I'm a country boy "Well I got me a fine wife, I got me an ol' fiddle "When the sun's comin' up I got cakes on the griddle "Life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle "Thank God I'm a country boy" John Denver, "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" Scott Miller covers Major League Baseball as a national columnist for Bleacher Report. Follow Scott on Twitter and talk baseball.
Sky News
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A number of activists are evening campaigning for independence. It may be the most laid back revolt in history, buttal foreignians have gone to war with their new president, on things like the environment and immigration. President Trump faces resistance movements from politicians and a network of neighbourhood groups. I'm not a political activist by nature, it is not something that really want to be doing.
BBC News 24
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An armoured force, set on the city's west. Yesterday, Iraqi forces moved like a blitzkrieg through this terrain. Today, it's a bit slower. The reason being, all along this route, there are suspected roadside bombs laid by Islamic State.
Voice Of America
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That was your best piece," humorist Eduardo Edo Sanabria said on Twitter. In 1971, when Venezuelan authorities were looking for a place to display art, Imber famously said: "If you give me a garage, I will turn it into a museum." Three years after, she created a foundation to transform an auto parts garage into the first museum of modern art in Venezuela. In less than a decade, it had grown to hold pieces by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Fernando Botero and many Venezuelan artists. At one point, it had more than 4,000 works and received more than 15,000 visitors a month. Laid off by Chavez in 2001 Imber, a critic of the socialist government established by the late President Hugo Chavez, was laid off as the museum's director by Chavez in 2001. She called her dismissal "one of the most painful moments" of her life. "The president forgot or did not want to recognize the courage and the dedication of this wonderful woman," artist Jesus Soto told AP before his death in 2005.
Global News
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RCMP have arrested a 47-year-old Lytton man in connection to a 1,500 hectare fire that forced dozens of evacuations.