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We comply from the Vanity Fair party. I've interviewed all the stars over the years. He has Morgan has been on to... For stars, awards do not come much bigger than an Oscar. It's special and thrilling. It's a distinct moment in my life. Thank you so much. I remember it being completely surreal. It's a game changing honour for any actor. The Oscar is not going to clean your house or do your dishes that I'd be lying if I didn't say it change my career.
BBC News 24
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It will now be discussed in committee where some peers are expected to attempt to amend the proposed legislation. By 2030 men and women are expected to live well into their 80s. Scientists looked at the average life expectancy in 35 industrialised nations and discovered South Koreans are expected to live the longest, reaching an average age of 90 years old! £200 million in emergency humanitarian aid has been promised by the Government to tackle a famine in South Sudan and Somalia.
BBC News - Top Stories
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BBC News - Top Stories
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ABC News - Queensland
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Tourists may be forced to wear life jackets while snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, under a plan being considered by the Queensland Government following a spike in deaths.
Daily Mail - Home
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Sammy Hancock, 29, from Guildford, has a problem that is ruining her life. Her excess facial hair has destroyed her confidence and can take up to an hour to remove it from all over her body with a razor.
Evening Standard - Life & Style
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The Northern Echo
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TWO weeks after suffering a serious stroke a County Durham grandfather is well on the road to recovery thanks to the fast response of his wife and paramedics.
The Sun Daily - World News
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Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot died in 1998 without ever facing justice and the vast majority of regime cadres responsible for one the twentieth century's worst genocides remain free. But the court has seen some success. "Brother Number Two" Nuon Chea, 90, and ex-head of state Khieu Samphan, 85, were the first top leaders to be sentenced to life in jail for crime against humanity from a regime responsible for the deaths of up to two million Cambodians from 1975-1979. The pair are also currently undergoing a second trial for genocide of ethnic Vietnamese and Muslim minorities, forced marriage and rape. — AFP
Evening Standard
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The life expectancy gap between men and women is closing, new research from a top London university has found.
BBC News 24
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They're combing through CCTV footage and they're working with the Ministry of Justice and with other police forces across the UK in the hope of finding Shaun Walmsley. Now, he is described as dangerous. He was convicted in 2015 for murder where he is serving a life sentence for that. He is described as dangerous so members of the public are advised not to approach him or the two men who are believed to be still with him as they could be carrying weapons and if you see him or have information, contact 999.
BBC News 24
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The Week
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The Royal Family and several charities are to help publicise the community events. May urged to ask Ukraine about millionaires death The Prime Minister is being urged to speak to her Ukrainian counterpart about the 2008 death of Barry Pring, a British millionaire who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Ukraine. Neil Parish MP, who will raise the case for Prings family, says he has a feeling Prings Ukrainian wife, who denies any part in his death, is being protected by the police. Murderer on run after hospital escape A convicted murderer is on the run after armed men helped him escape his guards during a visit to a Liverpool hospital. Shaun Walmsley, 28, was given a life sentence for taking part in the fatal stabbing in Aintree in 2014. Police have urged the public not to approach Walmsley or the two men who threatened his guards with a gun and a knife.
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The Guardian
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Outings for residents have always been too costly. That’s where our minibus scheme comes in, says Oomph! founder Ben Allen When Ben Allen was struggling to get a meeting with someone to talk about his latest venture, he found out they were selling a car. So he arranged to see it, went for a lengthy test drive and used the opportunity to pitch his idea to the captive owner and talk him into getting involved. The only snag was that he had to agree to buy the car. Related: Care home activities: how I ensure older residents have a varied social life Continue reading...
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The death of MP Jo Cox sent shockwaves around the world when she was killed doing her job in the constituency she served for just over a year. Jo's husband has vowed to continue the work his wife was so passionate about and will today team up with royalty to launch The Great Get Together, which is billed to be the biggest community event since the jubilee. We'll speak to Brendan Cox in just a moment. First, Keera Durkan Cox was a local girl and was doing the job she loved most, representing her local community until her life was cut brutally short when she was shot and killed outside her constituency surgery in broad daylight.
Sputnik International
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Around the globe, Swedes are known for Ikea and meatballs. Now they might become the first nation in the world to enjoy sex during work hours - provided that a hot proposal by a Swedish town councilor gets adopted.
Mirrorspectrum
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The US Space Agency is about to reveal details of their new findings. The Agency has scheduled a press conference where scientists will present new findings revealing a ‘discovery beyond our solar system’. According to NASA , the secretive event, will ‘present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our sun, known as exoplanets’. While no one is still sure what exactly NASA will talk about, many argue that the space agency could reveal details of exoplanets capable of hosting life, or that astronomers have even discovered Earth’s clone . The event is scheduled to take place on February 22, at 1pm New York Time. The announcement will also be streamed live on NASA’s television station and their website.
The Sun Daily
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All worldviews perpetuated and projected by the media must be seen in equitable terms. Media and world harmony are not premised on a monolithic worldview but alternative and pluralistic views must characterise this enterprise," he added. Ahmad Zahid said that the challenges for media for world harmony is tremendous such as ideological, government repressions, national legislative and constitutional provisions or lack of it, cuts in commercial revenues and the tyranny of technology. He said that the media and world harmony are not only the story of states and government but the story of humanity and civilisations and their interactions to modern and contemporary life. "The role of religion and spirituality in the media with the dialogue of civilisations is critical and we cannot leave out religion when speaking of media and world harmony. Without religion, there would not be world harmony and without media as agent, there would not be meaningful participant among us," he said.
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The Sun Daily
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Lua said he hasnt seen any similar leaf carvings there however he noticed that Australians know how to appreciate art. “Choosing to study abroad wasnt easy, but if you have the chance, why not? As a designer, my emphasis is to learn good cultures in the design field and how they cultivate art and design elements into their life. How is it different compared to Malaysia, and what I can learn from them and apply in the future?” he said. Different leaves have different levels of moisture which can affect the preservation process, hence some leaves take a longer time to preserve while some require different preservation methods. Some leaves have a strong skeleton structure and solid body so Lua may need to carve with more force but at the same time, be very careful. “Starting to carve leaves was the main challenge for me as I was only relying on Google to search for carving techniques.
Sky News
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My wardrobe, my clothes. John has been in Dordrecht jail and shows us around. Everything's focused on preparing for life outside. You pay for your TV? Yes. To British eyes, this may not look like punishment, but the Dutch say it works. What does it mean to you being able to come and go? It gives you more responsibility, and you don't have to ask the guard every time to open the door for you.
ITV
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16 hours after going on the run. He was leaving a medical appointment at the hospital behind me around three attack yesterday afternoon, along with two prison guards when they were threatened with a knife and gun by his two accomplices. The three men at with a knife and gun by his two accomplices. The three men escaped gold -coloured Volvo. Shaun Walmsley is serving a life sentence by-elections tomorrow in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent.