Sky News
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today, gone tomorrow. David Davis could be gone tomorrow. That is why we have statute law, so that when poor tensions come and go it is there for protections for the people. Living standards, we cannot brush these issues under the carpet
Apartment Therapy
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Dream of living in an open, airy, minimal home but find yourself in a beige-hued, standard suburban house? After you pick your jaw up off the floor upon viewing these before and afters of a renovated Cleveland home, you'll likely be inspired and motivated to try your hand at modernizing your own space! READ MORE »
Daily Mail - USA
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Teenage girls living in poverty in Los Angeles, California, were whisked away and treated to a day of beauty and pampering ahead of their high school prom as part of a charity day.
Sky News
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My father took is on life. I was living with my grandma. I thought I had dealt with everything and I thought everything.
Men's Fitness
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Evening Standard
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A French artist whose previous work includes living inside a rock is set to "become a chicken" by incubating ten eggs with his own body heat.
Apartment Therapy
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Melanie Abrantes Designs' Industrial Jungle Studio in Oakland (Image credit: Ellie Arciaga Lillstrom ) Good news: If you're looking for a little more contentment in your day-to-day, you've got science on your side. There have been tons of studies that reveal different ways people can live happier, and many of them are pretty easy to incorporate into your everyday life and habits at home. With just a few changes to your routine (and even your decor) like these, you might just find yourself feeling more joyful. READ MORE »
21stCenturyWire
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Kurds are the minority yet their demands for autonomy and to take over the areas that they have alleged are now their property is very unfair to Syrians in the area. Kurds moved into Syria and called it home, but now they are acting like the Syrians in their areas are living in their federation and need to abide by their rules and share their views and follow their commands or else they will be driven out of their homes. This is a very harsh and criminal way to treat others. Lest we forget that Kurds are ultimately nomads and their alliance lies with Israel. Question: Do all Kurds in the area want independence from Syria? Answer: In the beginning of the war the Kurds fought alongside the Syrian army, they were paid, armed, and trained by the SAA. When the USA came in and basically created the SDF Syrian Democratic Forces that’s when the Kurds became more adamant about wanting independence and autonomy.
The Event Chronicle
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Whanganui River iwi have sought to protect the river and have their interests acknowledged by the Crown through the legal system since 1873. They pursued this objective in one of New Zealand’s longest running court cases. “Today’s agreement which recognizes the status of the river as Te Awa Tupua (an integrated, living whole) and the inextricable relationship of iwi with the river is a major step towards the resolution of the historical grievances of Whanganui iwi and is important nationally,” said Finlayson. After the river law was passed by the NZ parliament, a group of Maori and their supporters who attended the parliamentary chambers sang a traditional waita folk song, in celebration of the landmark decision. Within the same week, India legally recognized its Ganga and Yamuna rivers as legal entities as well. And across the world in South America, Bolivia and Ecuador have made comparable strides to preserve our natural environment.
Forbes
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Mustafa is a Syrian child refugee living in Germany. Watch him tell his story about escaping conflict and rebuilding his young life — and see the amazing short graphic film based on his story.
Ars Technica UK
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You can input your own traceroute data, or if you're in a rush you can just bring up traceroute data from people living in the same city or using the same ISP. Then click the "layers" button and turn on NSA, AT&T/Fairview, and Verizon/Stormbrew. Read 7 remaining paragraphs | Comments
BBC Two England
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My but is coming but 1.6 million pensioners, one in seven are still living in poverty and you are saying the triple lock, that many people would most benefit from the triple lock, they are actually not. They don't. Absolutely. I think we.
BBC Two England
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All the projections are based on the assumption that longevity is rising and people are living longer and they are doing the kind of jobs that is not manual labour where it is really difficult to carry on after you are 60, never.
BBC Two England
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mind 65. But I also see reports that today's younger generation is in many ways less healthy than their parents. Are we sure people are going to keep on living longer? And that's the other reason why I think continually.
DW
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A trip to the barber in Lagos can often end with a power cut instead of a haircut. Now a green energy firm is offering affordable solar panels that will provide stylists with free electricity. For a related story, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/living-planet-kenyans-opt-for-solar/av-37880013
Phys.Org
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Sixteen million years ago, the reptile Diplocynodon ratelii lived in wooded ecosystems among the lakes and pools of what we know today as Catalonia (Spain). Fossils found at the Els Casots site in the Vallès-Penedès Basin confirm not only that these are the most recent remains of the genus in the Iberian Peninsula, but also that temperatures at the time were higher than today's.
BBC World News
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Lyse Doucet revisits a young Syrian girl Bara'aa, who three years ago, was living through the horror of war in Homs.
BBC Parliament
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to take decisions on these issues, ensuring power fits closely to the people in the United Kingdom than ever before. It is the expectation of the government that the outcome of this process will be a significant increase in the decision-making power of each devolved administration. That we must also ensure that as we leave the European Union, no new barriers to living and doing business within our own union are created. In some areas this will require.
Cotswold Journal
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A BENEFITS charity says that people living in Tenbury and the Teme Valley are not always getting the help that they are entitled to receive.
Sky News
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this process will be an increase in the decision-making power of each devolved administration. We must also ensure that no new barriers to living and doing business with an old union are created. In some areas, this will require common UK framework. Decisions will be.
TIME - Top Stories
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You've long been a champion of nonviolence, but some of TIME's coverage of your work in the 1960s was about how aggressive you were. Why do you think we got it so wrong? What we did, and I'm not just saying this, it was new. I think [it was called aggressive] because we were persistent, we were insistent. You go to jail one day, they let you out the next day, you get arrested, and you go back to jail. What do you think is the next big civil rights issue in the U.S.? Comprehensive immigration reform. It doesn't make sense for us to have millions of people living in fear, especially children. You've described feeling the spirit of history tell you when you're meant to be doing something. What does that actually feel like? It's more than physical. It's maybe psychological, but I think spiritual. It's saying that the moment is right, that the time is right.
TIME - Global Spin
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is running out of insults. The Germans, he insists, are Nazis and the Dutch are fascists, all because they blocked Turkish officials from campaigning in their countries for Turkey's upcoming referendum. More than 2 million Turks living in Europe are eligible to participate in the April 16 ballot that will determine whether Turkey should move from a parliamentary to a presidential system, giving Erdogan more power. Austria and Switzerland have also blocked Turkish rallies, angering Erdogan. The E.U. has responded with caution to Erdogan's attacks, but its leaders might well find it ironic that these slights come from a man who rules under an extended state of emergency. More than 40,000 Turks have been arrested in response to the failed coup attempt in July 2016, and Turkey has become the world's biggest jailer of journalists as Erdogan cracks down on dissent.
BBC News 24
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's communal living and dining is something we don't really do. It is good for us to re-enact and remember 100 years ago these national kitchens were helping people. I will let you carry. The event kicks off tonight and there are others over the UK such.
Sky News
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cleared after law school students found holes in that case. With a hug from his mother, he reflected on getting through two decades inside. I think it has to do with living the spiritual life and focusing on positive things, helping others also,.