The Sun Daily
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BBC Two England
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shooting took place. I heard the shooting and I saw lights flashing as the shooting happened. It was obviously magnified, the sound was magnified because we were in the corridor. People turned and were running back towards me. The police started saying we should.
BBC World News
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Lights on the famous Paris landmark go off in tribute to the victims of the London attack.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Police in a high speed car chase had to dodge a coffee table thrown from a car driven by a Lincoln man as the suspects made their escape.The officers activated their blue lights signaling the car to stop but it sped off ignoring the signals.Their car was rammed during the incident, a court was told.The red Nissan Micra they were following became airborne and sparks flew from it as it went over a roundabout off Lestrange Street in Cleethorpes in the high speed pursuit through the resort and into...
Universe Today
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The volcano is currently erupting and the molten lava is visible from space, at night! (the red lines on the left).” A nighttime view from orbit of Mount Etna, erupting on March 19, 2017, taken by ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet. The red streaks on the lower left are molten lava. See detail below. Credit: NASA/ESA. This crop shows the glowing lava: A crop of the above image, showing detail of the glowing lava at night from Mount Etna's recent activity. Credit: NASA/ESA. Mount Etna towers above the city of Catania on the island of Sicily. Scientists estimate it has been active for about 500,000 years. The first recorded eruption dates back to 1500 B.C., and it has erupted over 200 times since then. NASA's Suomi NPP satellite also spotted nighttime activity from orbit. The image was acquired by the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS), using its “day-night band,” which detects light in a range of wavelengths and uses filtering techniques to observe signals such as gas flares, city lights, and reflected moonlight.
The Sun Daily - World News
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The Maltese organisation Moas was the first to launch a private rescue vessel in the summer of 2014. By last summer close to ten different NGOs, financed mainly through private donations, were taking part in migrant relief operations off Libya. Those with one or more boats in the area in 2016 included German NGOs Sea Watch, Sea Eye and Jugend Rettet, as well as the Dutch Lifeboat Project, the Spanish Proactiva Open Arms and Moas. Floodlights acting as beacons Italian admiral Enrico Credendino, commander of the EU's anti-trafficking operation Sophia, said the NGOs do attract migrant boats, at least in the dark. "At night they use large floodlights, the traffickers see them and send the dinghies (carrying migrants) towards the lights," he said in an interview with the Corriere della Sera daily. Most of the rescue boats were docked at port through the winter, but the Aquariuscharted by SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) — continued to pull thousands of people to safety, along with the Golfo Azzuro, run by Proactiva Open Arms.
Hackaday
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[Michal Zalewski] has radiation on the brain. Why else would he gut a perfectly-horrible floor lamp, rebuild the entire thing with high-power RGB LEDs, and then drive it with a microcontroller that is connected up to a Geiger-Müller tube? Oh right, because it also looks very cool, and Geiger tubes are awesome. If you've been putting off your own Geiger tube project, and we know you have, [Michal]'s detailed explanation of the driver circuit and building one from scratch should help get you off the couch. Since a Geiger tube needs 400 volts DC, some precautions are necessary here, and [Michal] builds a relatively safe inverter and also details a relatively safe way to test it. The result is a nice piece of decor that simultaneously warns you of a nuclear disaster by flashing lights like crazy, or (hopefully) just makes a nice conversation piece.
Autocar
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The car’s headlights are also well covered, but the outline of a more aggressive design can be seen, suggesting the Corsa will get an angrier face. The front wheels of this development car sit significantly closer to the front than the current production model, suggesting both axles of the 2018 Corsa will be pushed out into the corners in a bid to increase cabin space. However, the car’s bonnet looks shorter than that of the current Corsa, meaning overall dimensions might not change that much. At the back, the outline of slimmer tail-lights can be seen, but covers prevent any other design details from being seen at this stage. Inside, the Corsa will follow the lead of Vauxhall’s other models and feel more premium with more flashy and decorative foils on the dash and door covers. The touchscreen infotainment system will likely use software first featured in the Astra and it’ll come with optional Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.
BBC News 24
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The lights of the Eiffel Tower were switched off. The Prime Minister called the incident sick and depraved, but the official terror alert level has not been raised. The priority for the police now will be to find out if the attacker was working alone
Oxford Mail
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THOSE on their morning commute are being warned about traffic lights that are stuck on red at Godstow Bridge.
The Week
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ABC News - International
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Lights were dimmed at the Eiffel Tower in Paris in solidarity with London after terror attack that left at least five dead.
The Sun Daily - World News
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The Sun Daily
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IN conjunction with Earth Hour, Starbucks Malaysia is raising awareness about climate change by rallying to log 20,000 pledges amongst partners, customers and the community. Pledgers are to switch off non-essential lights for 1 hour from 8.30pm-9.30pm. The pledge platform is activated through Starbucks Malaysia's Facebook Page until March 25. With that, Starbucks Malaysia will be turning off a portion of its lights throughout its 236 stores from 8.30pm to 9.30pm during Earth Hour. Mr. Sydney Quays, Managing Director of Starbucks Malaysia and Brunei said, "We first joined this lightsoff movement back in 2008 during the symbolic hour and we will continue to observe this practice. Commitment to environmental conservation is an important part of Starbucks' social responsibilities and is reflected in every aspect of our business." "We believe in not only giving, but sharing the good we do, as it is our commitment to contribute back to the community," added Mr.
TIME - Global Spin
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Paris' Eiffel Tower turned off its twinkling lights at midnight local time in support of the city of London, where a vehicle and knife attack near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday killed five people, including the man believed to be the attacker. A tweet from the Eiffel Tower's official account late Wednesday evening said it was going dark to pay tribute to the victims of the London attack. The message was also tweeted in French following an announcement by Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo. I will turn my lights off tonight, at midnight, to pay tribute to the victims of the London attack. #EiffelTower pic.twitter.com/MTnkoflVv3 La tour Eiffel (@LaTourEiffel) March 22, 2017 Three French teenagers who were visiting London on a school trip were among at least 40 people injured in Wednesday's attack, according to the Associated Press.
The Week
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The Iran Project
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The woman in the river was pulled out, alive but injured, said Martin Garside, a spokesman for the Port of London Authority. Police blocked off roads and bridges throughout the area, as emergency responders sped by with sirens blaring and lights flashing. A helicopter hovered noisily overhead, and the giant Ferris wheel known as the London Eye stood motionless in the distance. Rowley said officers — some armed and others not — would be patrolling the country in greater numbers in coming days and urged members of the public to remain vigilant. He also said: “We must recognize now that our Muslim communities will feel anxious at this time given the past behavior of the extreme right wing, and we will continue to work with all community leaders in the coming days.” The threat level in Britain was already listed as severe, meaning that an attack is “highly likely,” and authorities said it would remain at that level.
Sky News
5 hours
It seems to be the floors above - there are two more floors above where the police activity has been focused. We think they're residential flats so that seems to be where the police have been. The lights have certainly been on in all those windows since we got here in the early hours the of the morning. It.
BBC News 24
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Overnight, a show of solidarity from the French capital, Paris - a city that has also suffered from the scourge of terrorism. The lights of the Eiffel Tower were switched off. The Prime Minister called yesterday's incident "sick and depraved" but the official terror alert level has not been raised. The priority now for the police will be to find out.
ITV
5 hours
(sneezes) Much like I don't care when I sneeze and have an "oops" moment. Because I use lights by TENA. They keep you five times drier than regular liners, thanks to FeelFresh Technology. "Oops" moments happen. Say "C'est la vie" with lights by TENA
Sky News
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Upstairs, we've it is flats. There are two more floors, and a light, all of those lights have been on as they've been sleeping here in the small hours of the morning. We know police are inside, armed police are part of the raid, and a number of counter-terrorism officers which lead many of us here to see.
BBC News 24
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is you will not succeed. You will not divide us. We will not be cowed by terrorists. Overnight, a show of solidarity from the French capital, Paris - a city that has also suffered from the scourge of terrorism. The lights of the Eiffel Tower were switched off. The Prime Minister called yesterday's incident "sick and depraved" but the official terror alert level has not been raised
BBC News 24
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of Islamist related terrorism. You will not succeed. You will not divide us. We will not be cowed by terrorists. Paris, as city which is also suffered from the scourge of terrorism, turn the lights.
BBC News 24
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The quantity of armed personnel arriving was very significant very quickly. Then as I looked there were vehicles arriving from the embankment, both police vehicles, vehicles with lights on and then.