BBC Radio Ulster
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in the communal I live in that you're undecided still very undecided it could go anywhere on the day I might actually just pin the Tail on the donkey and see what I get for it because I'm yeah very much undecided about people who lived in your community and experience the life you're leaving and we have a Tory candidate who is a career politician so you know that's a bit of a concern sometime but you know his why is it you know him he might be a great academic and he may have you know progress himself with in Westminster but you know when it comes to it every day jobs and living you know what physics
Sky News
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through John Bishop, the comedian took part, he said it's about people making a stand and saying we're not going to change, we are who we are. And I think that's important, that people continue doing what, you know, living life as normal. I'm taking part in the.
Sky News
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actually, I said goodbye to him and I'm OK, and I'm ready to, kind of, gradually celebrate his life. British Airways passengers are facing a third day of delays after the airline's global computer system crashed
BBC Radio Ulster
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people in Croydon people who was struggling to eat through poverty but for me personally the main issues for me more immigration and Lauren order that I will come back to that it more detail Linda I totally agree with and understood the first life but also the mental health people there's not a lot of help with Superman Elsa Anna and children does not a lot for children I need a lot more the specially not so much younger ones that that's what I meant black stains on with this very little for them then that's what I was saying there's nothing else to do you like a mass email me your housing and housing department that you might have some isn't it working I'm going to come back to you can I want to.
The Iran Project
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US: Civilian casualties a fact of life During a Sunday interview, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that they were doing “everything humanly possible to avoid civilian casualties, but in this kind of asymmetrical conflict civilian deaths are a fact of life. “We have not changed the rules of engagement…There is no relaxation of our intention to protect the innocent, he said. He noted that the US was not directly responsible for the latest deaths as Daesh had placed explosives in a structure full of civilians, a move which he said showed their “callous disregard that is characterized by every operation they have run. Other reports coming out of Mosul also said that Daesh terrorists had executed at least 12 civilians at a hospital in the war-wracked city. According to army officials, Daesh then torched the medical center after it was besieged by Iraqi troops.
France 24
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Adventurer, Orientalist, spy: the remarkable story of Spanish explorer Ali Bey al-Abbassi is to be told on the silver screen for the first time, two centuries after his death. Born in Catalonia in 1767, Domingo Badia y Leblich posed as an exiled Arab prince and became one of the first Europeans to set foot in Mecca. Yet despite mixing with the Spanish royal family, Napoleon's top officials and some of the most notable European intellectuals of his age, he has been all but forgotten since he died in 1818. "It's surprising that no film has yet been made on Ali Bey," Moroccan filmmaker Souheil Ben Barka said during a break on set. The Spaniard "was a seducer. No one could resist him," he said. With a budget of $17 million (15 million euros), the veteran director's dramatisation of the explorer's life is set for release in five languages and 40 countries in late 2018.
France 24
10 minutes
An elderly Australian fisherman has lived to tell the tale after a great white shark leapt into his boat, surviving with only an injured arm after he was sent flying by the thrashing beast. Terry Selwood, 73, was enjoying some quiet time on the water off Evans Head in northern New South Wales state when he was given the fright of his life. "I caught a blur of something coming over the boat ? and the pectoral fin of the shark hit me on the forearm and spun me round, knocked me down on the ground to my hands and knees," he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Saturday. "He came right over the top of the motor and then dropped onto the floor." The shark was 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) in length and with the boat 1.4 metres across and 4.5 metres long, it was a tight squeeze. "There I was on all fours and he's looking at me and I'm looking at him and then he started to do the dance around and shake and I couldn't get out quick enough onto the gunwale," Selwood said, referring to the upper edge of the boat.
ITV
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This is the track of the storm. It started its life through the channel and headed along the south coast during the early hours of the morning, headed across Berkshire about 11 o'clock last night before East Anglia and heading into the near continent. But they'll be another spell of rain hitting northern England in.
ITV
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that little girl's life complete. She will be missed. There is an empty part of our home where she is never going to be there again
Sky News
17 minutes
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
Nottingham Evening Post
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A Nottingham mother sent £10,000 to a man she had never met before - and even contemplated leaving her husband and children to start a new life with him in the United States.But the man who was posing as an oil rig engineer never existed and nor did he live in the United States or have any inclination to start a new life with her.In fact, he was using her vulnerability to fleece money from her bank, to a point where the 62-year-old had no other option but to take out loans in order...
Cotswold Journal
29 minutes
AN eight-year-old girl from Bromsgrove, whose auntie, nan, great-grandmother and great-aunt have all been diagnosed with breast cancer, is training to run the Race for Life.
Ashford Herald
29 minutes
Former Dover mayor Veronica Philpott has died.The long serving town councillor, also known as Ronnie, passed away when her life support machine was switched off with her family at her bedside at Kent and Canterbury Hospital on Friday (May 25). Her husband Christopher, who works for he franchise holder at Dover Town Hall, described her as a true people's person.She had been suffering from motor neurone disease.Ronnie proved a popular town mayor of Dover in the year 2013-2014. She was...
Sky News
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they do. They intervene and it cost him his life. I'm sorry. The step-father-in-law of Godbolt say that some.
ITV
32 minutes
police. The man was targeted in a Sainsbury's car park in County Down on Sunday afternoon. Police have described it as a brutal and senseless killing and say his son will carry the memory for the rest of his life. The Conservatives are today highlighting plans to tackle domestic violence against children
ITV
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that's taking away the feeling for my daughter. I don't want to feel anything. Martyn Hett was a young man who loved life and loved Coronation Street. With the stars of his favourite soap looking on, his father refused to be defeated by his death. Never give in to that minority of.
Sky News
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his mother and step-father, family and friends, and his boyfriend, who read out tributes. You can feel the raw emotion here, but the hundreds who have turned out are here to celebrate Martin's life and pay respects to the other 21.
ITV
36 minutes
family and they celebrated the life of a beautiful young girl, who was best friends with her mother and used to wake them up at every hour of the morning just to have a chat. I went to Martin, morning just to have a chat. I went to Martin.
Sky News
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I said go bye to him and I'm OK. I'm ready to kind of gradually celebrate his life. Led by his mother and step-father, family.
Sky News
37 minutes
In this peaceful park in stock poverty, hundreds came together. Martin Hett was one of the 22 killed in last week's bombing. Larger than life,.
Sky News
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I'm ready to celebrate his life. Also this morning: Mississippi murders. I love my wife and my kids
TIME - Top Stories
an hour
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday that U.S. forces have entered a new, more aggressive phase in the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS), which he termed annihilation tactics. Speaking on CBS Face the Nation , Mattis said the U.S. military has shifted its strategy from attrition, whereby enemies are moved around and denied access to vital supplies, to annihilation, where they are surrounded and unable to escape. Our intention is that the foreign fighters do not survive the fight to return home to North Africa, to Europe, to America, to Asia, to Africa, we are not going to allow them to do so, Mattis said. We are going to stop them there and take apart the caliphate. Asked by host John Dickerson whether the acceleration in fighting was responsible for a rise in civilian deaths, Mattis replied that such casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation, adding that the U.
Informed Comment
an hour
Attalah further told the Guardian: the main focus now is to try and get the site back up online without it being blocked easily, but in the long run I dont really know what this kind of fight means for our survival. My gut feeling is that this is not the end, and there’s a way to carry on. But I dont know how exactly this will happen yet. Activist Ramy Raoof tweeted: Despite the tense situation, Mada Masr says that it will continue publishing on its website, and via Facebook . Journalist Jack Shenker praised Mada's vision, while tweeting a screenshot of their statement: Egyptian lawyer and human rights activist Gamal Eid supported Mada Masr: Join Mada Masr page on Facebook after being blocked by the enemies of enlightenment, freedom and democracy. One of the most professional and credible websites.” Meanwhile, public life in Egypt continues to be fraught with incidents of violence and conflict.
Associated Press
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