Sky News
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The Met Office warning that it could have an impact in terms of structural damage, transport disruption. We've heard Aer Lingus have cancelled all their flights between England and Ireland. Storm Doris is currently around Northern Ireland. We've seen winds and also the waves lap up the sea wall in county Mayo this morning, certainly pictures being filmed by people living in those areas, but certainly Aberystwyth here is no stranger to storms.
BBC News 24
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If I can get to grips with the paper here. Sorry about that. A story here about marmalade. I know this one. Marmalade is going out of fashion for younger people, apparently. Consumer research is and disruption to the lives of those living nearby.
ITV
37 minutes
Still, it would take 39 years travelling at the speed of light to travel to dwarf star known as Trappist-1 - but there might just be somebody or something living Trappist-1 - but there might just be Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock.
BBC News 24
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The line, which is due to open in 2026, will reduce journey times and provide thousands of jobs. But its feared the construction will bring wide-spread destruction to people living along the route. Ben's in Birmingham for us this morning. I have to ask you first Birmingham for the high-speed line that's expected to get the royal seal of approval, it will get the green light later today.
Global News
6 hours
Hiking is a big part of Okanagan living but in one area of the valley, concerns are growing over the potential loss of a number of nature trails.
The Huffington Post
6 hours
None of my observations here on the hoax of the two-state solution are new or original. Many liberal Israeli observers I met while working in the region have been stating the self-evident for years now . But those voices never get heard in the U.S. where it constitutes an unmentionable. But there should be no doubt: the concept of a two-state solution ― a Palestinian and an Israeli state sharing historical Palestine and living side by side in sovereignty and dignity ― is dead. It is almost inconceivable that it can now ever be resuscitated: nearly all the operative forces within Israel are systematically working to prevent it from ever coming about. The harsh reality is that Israel, through a relentless process of creating facts on the ground , is now decades deep into the process of taking over illegally , step-by-step, the totality of Palestine.
Breitbart News
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Chicago is considering naming a street after Oscar Lopez Rivera, the domestic terrorist who founded the FALN terror group responsible for killing six people and perpetrating some 130 bombings and terror attacks on U.S. soil between 1974 and 1983. Twenty-sixth Ward Alderman Robert Maldonado submitted a proposal to name a three-block stretch of North Luis Munoz Marin Drive after the convicted terrorist early in February. The proposal was quickly pushed through ahead of new rules that would prevent people who are still living from having a Chicago street named after them. Alderman Maldonado attempted to claim that the new street name is not meant to honor the FALN terror outfit but is only meant to honor Rivera. Others note that it is farcical to claim you are honoring a man whose only claim to fame is in starting a terror group while pretending you are not also honoring the terror group.
The Iran Project
7 hours
Bourse and Bazaar | Esfandyar Batmanghelidj : Some of Iran’s most popular biscuits are manufactured in a facility about an hour south of Tehran. In the tea drinking country of Iran, biscuits are a staple, served to guests in living rooms and boardrooms alike. The biscuit company in question has been in business for over 50 years and occupies several buildings which house production lines for butter biscuits, chocolate cookies, and flavored wafers. While the scents are those of a bakery, the factory’s sights and sounds are completely industrial. Conveyor belts whir on several parallel production lines, arranged in the long central hall. The oldest equipment in operation was made in 1961 by English equipment maker Simon-Vicars and can bake 500 kilos of biscuits per hour. The majority of the equipment is made by Germany’s Werner & Pfleiderer, with two lines installed in the 1970s and a third line installed in the 1990s.
Voice Of America
7 hours
French artist Abraham Poincheval embarked on a new feat Wednesday by enclosing himself inside a block of stone for a week, adding to the two weeks he previously spent inside a sculpture of a bear. Poincheval is to live entombed in a body-shaped slot carved out from a limestone boulder from February 22 to March 1, at Paris' Palais de Tokyo contemporary art museum. He will eat stewed fruit, soups and purees stashed in cubby holes inside the stone block, which is also equipped with an air vent and items such as a log book. The artist, who has made a name for himself living in enclosed spaces, told journalists that the best way to understand objects was not from a distance but by entering them. "I say to myself, hold on, what is this object really? And you ask yourself the question and say to yourself: 'Well, hold on, instead of distancing yourself and removing oneself from it, let's go inside and see what is really happening,'" Poincheval told reporters.
RT
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STV
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The extraordinary collection can be seen at the Belmont Filmhouse until the end of the month. That's all from us, there is much more on tonight's stories online and you can follow us on facebook and twitter, or download our apps. Back now to Scotland Tonight. and living with the disease.
Daily Mail - Australia
8 hours
Mark Zuckerberg was out and about in Alabama this week as part of his New Year's resolution to talk to more people about how they're living and Monday had dinner where he asked that no one speak.
The Herald - Scottish Football
8 hours
ON a night of Champions League razzmatazz beaming into living rooms from Seville to Porto, the eyes of the internet fell on Leith.
BBC One Yorkshire
8 hours
Council tax in Leeds is to go up by almost 5%. The City Council agreed its budget after a five-hour meeting this afternoon. The rise means council tax bills for those living in a typical family home will go up by about £63 a year.
BBC One Wales
8 hours
We also have a lot of people now living longer so in very old age we are seeing an increase in people and they are alive to get cancer because age is the main risk factor for cancer. There are calls tonight for police widows to be granted a pension for life even if they re-marry or live with a new partner.
STV
8 hours
What could it mean for the country? Will it satisfy viewers? And living with cancer - author and blogger Sophie Sabbage tells us how she made peace with the disease. to launch in the autumn of 2018.
TIME - Top Stories
9 hours
New camps are popping up on private land, including one the Cheyenne River Sioux set up about a mile from the main camp. A lot of our people want to be here and pray for our future, tribal Chairman Harold Frazier said. Others, including Dom Cross, an Oglala Sioux from Pine Ridge, South Dakota, said he planned to return home after living at the camp since September. There's a lot of sadness right now. We have to leave our second home, he said. Law enforcement officers and first-responders were on hand from several states. Charles Whalen, 50, an alcohol and drug counselor from Mille Lacs, Minnesota, said he and a group of about 20 people were not going to leave on their own and were willing to get arrested to prove their point. Passive resistance, Whalen said. We are not going to do anything negative.
Mashable
9 hours
A 24-year-old chimp in Japan has a genetic disorder similar to Down Syndrome in humans, researchers have found. Kanako is only the second chimpanzee known to have the chromosomal defect trisomy 22. The disorder has stunted her growth, left her blind and resulted in a congenital heart disease and underdeveloped teeth. SEE ALSO: Primates, our closest living relatives, are facing an extinction crisis But she's also lived a surprisingly long time. The first chimp with a confirmed case of trisomy 22 which scientists documented in 1969 didn't live to see its second birthday. That makes Kanako the longest-living chimp with this chromosomal disorder, at least that scientists are aware of, according to a new study in the journal Primates. Read more... More about Kyoto , Trisomy 21 , Trisomy 22 , Chromosome , and Genetic Disorders
Collective Evolution
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There is so much information out there to support the idea that ETs have been visiting us, and if you're unfamiliar with it you can start by reviewing the exopolitics section of our website here . In regards to Churchill's essay, he took a fairly scientific stance on the matter, first discussing that all living things of the type we know require water, which often guides our search for ET life. He also pointed out that known life can only exist between a few degrees of frost and the boiling point of water and goes on to explain how Earth's temperature is fixed by its distance from the sun. He states, the sun is merely one star in our galaxy, which contains several thousand millions of others. But this speculation depends upon the hypothesis that planets were formed in this way. Perhaps they were not.
BBC News 24
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You're joking! He was stunned he'd finally been caught out. For three months he'd been living with the body of his wealthy partner buried under the garage. My name's Helen Bailey and I'd like to introduce you to my new book, which is called When Bad Things Happen in Good Bikinis.
New Scientist - Leaders
10 hours
People living in the Atacama desert of Chile evolved specific gene mutations over the past 7000 years that make them better at detoxifying the heavy metal
BBC News 24
10 hours
Nasa has given the number of press conferences, we are living in a particular age where the technology is beginning to reveal things we had not thought possible 30 years ago? tiny subatomic particles, the more chance you have about discovering.
Western Daily Press
10 hours
People travelling to work tomorrow morning could face disruption from Storm Doris.High winds and rain will sweep across Somerset from early on Thursday morning. Forecasts are estimating the storm will hit the county at around 6am tomorrow (February 23). However, it is set to be short-lived, with the Met Office forecasting the worst to pass by 10am. You can keep up to date with Storm Doris on our travel and weather channels.MORE: Farmers and people living in rural areas warned of disruption as...
CNN Entertainment
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She was considered the greatest living actress to have never been acknowledged by the Academy. Now Huppert has a Best Actress nomination. But can she win it?