BBC Radio Wales
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Manchester last night and another at Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex some business owners and residents in Cardiff have raised concerns about the impact of footballs Champions League final in the city on Saturday British Airways is facing criticism over the way is handle the failure of its computer system and the aid of the stuff that gets underway in Bridgend today it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the week this is the news headlines he's got the Sport for sale above the line set off today for New Zealand and toward of the toughest ever changes and uncertainty with the well squad repairing in Colwyn Bay before the road to test an under Ospreys pop goes Thomas has been called up for replacing Sky from Evans he's out with a hand injury suffered on Saturday we will Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and Scarlets back Rhys patchell join the training campus cover for Samsung lead and Phil doleman elbow.
Sky News
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BBC Radio Ulster
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throw nets play Donegal in the Ulster semi-final on the 18th of June that's a repeat of last year's thrilling decider one by two roads but skipper Sean Kavanagh remembers the lake V Donegal handed them back in March it's up to us to make a background and I don't like we we we we looking for a headstone if you work nights in a row won the second race at Donington Park city to extend his lead in the world Superbikes Series 255 points he dedicated his victory to former MotoGP winner Nicky Hayden a 35 year old American wrestler who died last week following a bicycle accident on a fungal man that turn up the so many Northern Ireland flags around the circuit on.
Sky News
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May versus Corbyn. Live with a studio audience. Who would you trust to lead this country over the next five years? I will be interviewing them both. I will be interviewing them both the night at 8:30 p.m.
Voice Of America
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"Our current political climate allows far too much room for those who spread bigotry. Violent words can lead to violent acts. All elected leaders in America, all people of good conscience, must work deliberately to change our political dialogue." Oregon Governor Kate Brown said she was "heartbroken" by the attack. "Safety while traveling through our community is a basic human right that we need to be able to guarantee to everyone, regardless of where they're from, or what they believe," she said. U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, who represents Oregon, said such hatred is "unacceptable and un-American." "We all stand with our Muslim brothers and sisters who've had to face discrimination and fear," he wrote on Twitter. Trump said in his speech in Saudi Arabia that, "Young Muslim boys and girls should be able to grow up free from fear, safe from violence, and innocent of hatred.
Sputnik International
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ABC News - Queensland
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Police search for an armed man on the run following a shooting which lead to the death of a police officer at Seventeen Mile, west of Brisbane.
Al Jazeera
an hour
When The Guardian broke its Facebook story this week, revealing what it called the site's rule book on sex, terrorism and violence, the picture that emerged was one of a technology company that has accidentally grown into something else, the world's biggest media platform. A company that is making up the rules as it goes along, recently almost doubling its number of content moderators. And Facebook is doing that while trying to maintain what is, and will always be, its primary mission: keeping people on the site. Boosting its number of content moderators was Facebook's response to a horrific case earlier this month, when a man in Thailand posted a video of himself murdering his young daughter before taking his own life. Like other postings of shootings, rapes and suicides, that video was deleted, but only after users complained about it. Facebook lacks the capability to scrutinise such material before it hits your news feeds.
The Sun Daily
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THIS week we get thoughts and views from press and convenience retail company Bison Consolidated Bhd executive director and CEO Dang Tai Luk. How has your life experience made you the leader you are today? Being a leader was not something that had crossed my mind when I was growing up. However, I had been active and playful in school and over the years was chosen to lead sports teams and extra-curricular clubs. After I finished school I was quite bold and brave like a calf wondering in the wild that did not know the dangers in the wilderness. I quit good jobs from one country to another without realising the consequences of not being able to get the same. But I had always told myself that one day I would settle with a business of my own and I didn't end up selling newspapers. In retrospect, my difficult childhood seems to have been the necessary condition that made me work hard to break away from hardship.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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BBC Radio Wales
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which one to generate some excitement of the last last days of the campaign No briefly of course of a week or so ago this is looking like a one horse race at the Poles of certainly closing that we go in for a final exciting few days to think what we ask me I think it's it look like to be a presidential profession did it at the start this campaign and set me the polls America Jeremy Corbyn leaves outperform people's expectations during the campaign um so if he is going to be exciting Tories have been rattled slightly and nervous starting to show I still think there in the end you're a 10 point lead in the polls if you believe the polls has a pretty substantial 14 Theresa May in the last time the campaign in there will be a focus on that this choice between her and Jeremy Corbyn and the possibility of this called and with that only become prime minister at the head of a coalition involving the SMP for the Dynamics of a campaign should favour Theresa May in the last time the campaign she still got a substantial lead.
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
yeah it's really will play Donegal in the Ulster semi-final on the 18th of June and some concern over the fitness of Donegal the captain Michael Murphy who left out of a club game yesterday with a knee injury after crying on Saturday Jonathan Rea got back to winning ways at the world Superbike Championship victory in the second race at Donington Park yesterday extends his lead in the series 255 price better for you see what happened yesterday I love our control like that lives at Tring last year we had a technical we had the bounce back with the Raceway it's so sweet that was the first lap I knew what I meant the Kawasaki so I get the number 101 so very proud moment for me and I was active in Formula 1 Ferrari Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix to move 25 points clear over Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers Championship pedals Ferrari team.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
Hyundai of the championship cricket in Swansea 158 for three in the second innings Vale of Glamorgan by 147 Wild Ones hockey team he's got them €1 yesterday they lead to Milan 3 match series Richmond close in Glasgow today Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton was 7th and the Major's tip can't now 52 for number 5 Indian voyage thanks a vest if so how is the forecast looking for the bank holidays to bed of mixed bag have to be so early reign it is after early reign it will become mostly dry but it'll stay cloudy so is it going to develop by midday with a risk of Hail and thunder and the top temperature is 20 Celsius tonight show with willies and it'll become dry overnight Adobe much cooler than this night for the minimum temperature of 12 Celsius now there's less than two weeks until polls open and voting begins in the general election maybe you.
Sky News
an hour
she has a substantial lead in the polls and ostensibly has the most to lose, but the questions will come from a balanced stouty audience and then we'll hear from Jeremy Corbyn.
Sky News
an hour
At Twickenham, England beat the Barbarians 28-14 in their warm-up for the tour of Argentina. Danny Care with the final try. England's first Test with Argentina is on 10th June. Sweden's Alexander Noren said he played the round of his life to win the PGA Championship at Wentworth. He was seven off the lead at the start of the day.
Financial Times
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BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
the worst way to get all their customer zone login for you so that there is confusion really it was bored of someone getting shot and then that's whenever we were brought back inside the victim was with his young son of the time and police said he will undoubtedly curry does memory for the rest of his life I was Richard Morgan reporting and we love it more on that story after the course of the morning night could this snap general election be much closer than first thought will latest polls if you still believe in that sort of thing indicate a slump in support for the Conservatives and a rise in labour popularity but of course the Tories still have a pretty comfortable lead well to talk about that I'm John by George Parker he's the political.
Sky News
2 hours
loose. She is the Prime Minister and clearly has the largest lead in the polls. Although it has shrunk. But it is still pretty significant in the grand scheme of things. And for Jeremy Corbyn this is an opportunity to reach out to an audience, which any leader of the.
ITV
2 hours
lead over Lewis Hamilton to 25 points. Hamilton struggled with the handling of his Mercedes this weekend, finishing 7th after starting 13th on the grid. And Jenson Button's one-off return as a replacement for Fernando Alonso ended in a crash. Well, Fernando Alonso was racing in the Indy 500 but didn't fair much better. He was forced to retire after engine.
TechCrunch
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BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
Fred police say when arresting a 23 year old man in Sussex in connection with the Manchester attack he was detained insurance 14 min still being questioned over the bombing offices of searching properties in Chester and Manchester the Lib Dems alone in the UK could lose access to an eu-wide crime and security database after brexit but the Conservatives say the party is peddling nonsense by claiming the British police would be cut off from the sis and British Airways is promising to operate a full schedule of long-haul flight and a high proportion of shorter ones at Heathrow today the airline says it's making good progress fixing a computer crashed we could lead to disruption of thousands of passengers the latest update with Thomas thank you good morning Lewis Hamilton says he isn't asking Mercedes 250 him over Valerie Bottas but thinks Ferrari have made Sebastian Vettel their number 1 driver won the Monaco Grand Prix yesterday after a pit stop.
The Iran Project
2 hours
Al Monitor | Hamidreza Azizi: explains that the Russian proposal for de-escalation or safe zones in Syria “is not only the best approach for Moscow and Tehran to preserve their core interests in the country, but it could also act as a factor that brings the two countries even closer together.” Most critical to Iran, according to Azizi, is that the proposal legitimates Iran’s military presence in Syria. “Since one of the key positions of both the Syrian opposition and its foreign backers has been objection to Iran’s military presence in Syria, the international aspect of the May 4 agreement and the fact that it names Iran as one of the peacekeepers could justify the presence of Iranian troops in Syria on the international stage. This is, in fact, the main reason behind the Syrian opposition’s objection to any Iranian role in the process,” Azizi writes.
Sky News
2 hours
Sweden's Alexander Noren said he played the round of his life to win the PGA Championship at Wentworth. He was seven off the lead at the start of the day but a 10-under par round of 62 - a new course record - gave him the biggest win of his career
Channel 4
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Thrown out wide for Robertson. Hayter. He's missed, it's there for Riddell! Scotland take the lead in the final!.