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what's ballistic missile into the sea of Japan missile launch 9th this year through immediate condemnation from so who is Stephen Evans vs III missile test did apparently successfully in 3 weeks indicating the North Korea is making progress towards it's stated aim of having missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads if successful test puts more pressure on North Korea's adversaries president trump has been contemplating military action but there are difficulties particularly now that North Korea has the ability to fire missiles from mobile trucks which can't be detected easily before launch an Australian fisherman has told of his close encounter with a great white shark That Leapt into his small boat north of Sydney she was picked up by a marine rescue team and.
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because they can enjoy the event of a good good night and just finally briefly what's your highlight of the week that was absolutely theatre in Bridgend last night we have the opening concert with Sophie Evans West End star and only Boys Aloud and that was compared life good luck with the rest of the week when I listen to the full game live Champions League final in Cardiff on BBC Radio Wales FM on digital radio online and on your mobile BBC Radio Wales good morning Wales it's 8 o'clock on Monday the 29th of May bank holiday Monday this is Rachael Garside and.
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people are use ago lorry so they can look down into a car or using a bus to look down into the car and getting that viewpoint. How long do you think using a mobile phone will be as unacceptable as drinking and driving? These things take a.
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it Peter Roger from Roadsmart. You could say that the campaign is working because some people are not using mobile phones and a lot of people are getting caught. That's right, a lot of people are getting caught. The police had a big crackdown.
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Now, police say nearly 6,000 people have been caught using their mobile phones behind the wheel and with us is towning about.
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your policy? What is the cap? More than 200 drivers a day were caught using mobile phones behind the wheel in a major crackdown, according to police figures. Forces across the country penalised almost 6,000 motorists for the offence in the four weeks after tougher punishments took effect. The equivalent of one driver every seven minutes. Campaigners say this shows.
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if successful test puts more pressure on North Korea's adversaries president trump has been contemplating military action but there are difficulties particularly now that North Korea has the ability to fire missiles from mobile trucks which can't be detected easily before launch 6 out of 10 parents have confessed to borrowing money from the piggy banks and other savings of their children a survey for the Nationwide Building Society suggests that mums and dads Penshaw almost £50 every year from their offspring excuses offered including need English change for parking metres and paying for school lunches more than a third of the parents question admitted never paying back what they say and that's all for me until 7:30 and not guilty.
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your testimony it may well affect their behaviour and and told her have it the way I do appreciate it thank you got for baker whose daughter 14 year old daughter Whitney was killed by driver who is using the mobile phone coming up more from Croydon I model mystery tour of some of Britain's most marginal constituencies be back on the road will be in Cambridge Sheffield Skegness and Hartlepool the Colin Murray throughout the week and I listen to hit as many voices as possible and as many places and the UK's biggest election conversation on 92 to 95fm and 1341 medium wave is BBC Radio 1 at 7 o'clock on Monday B29.
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force of the 1st of March according to figures obtained by the press association of police forces of court almost 6000 Motorists using a devices while driving that is the equivalent of 1 driver every 7 minutes this may not come as a surprise to many of you I know that you get in touch with this frequently telling me that you see people using their mobile phone for like the wheels for Paul Baker is from Witney in Oxfordshire his 14 year old daughter liberty was killed in 2014 after being hit by a car and the driver has been texting at the time for thank you for talking to us what can you tell us about the circumstances in which celebrity died in the same word for behind and gadget guy cost to Lines.
The Economic Times
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With RCom on way to becoming a bad asset, Anil Ambani gets into lenders' bad booksMore than 10 local banks have red-flagged their loans given to the mobile operator which has suffered a loss of Rs 966 cr in the January-March quarter.
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Many drivers are ignoring tough new sanctions against using mobile phones while at the wheel with more than 200 motorists still getting caught each day. From March, the penalty was doubled, with drivers receiving six points on their licence and a £200 fine. Despite that, the following four-week period saw 6,000 drivers punished across the country. That is equivalent to one driver getting caught every seven minutes
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MPs are very interesting constituency all kinds of issues important to the people here housing education and it just as you would expect but also perhaps particular to this part of London London in some ways and general crime knife crime would get it all of those if she's a little bit later on and as you know I reign over the next 10 days it to hear from as many of you as possible so I do you get in touch with esta out the morning 85058 at BBC 5 live on social media as well and introduce you to some of us had was voted this morning that we have done to you we have David you've got Linda we've got that we've got chant I only got Sally mobile having a coffee but little bit bank holiday after thank you so much by the way you should all Pretty Little Liars a lot but you down here and it's great.
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Corbyn are preparing to be grilled in front of a live studio audience tonight. More than 200 drivers a day were caught using mobile phones behind the wheel in a major crackdown, according to police figures. Forces across the country penalised almost 6,000 motorists.
The Economic Times
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Anil Ambani draws lenders' ire for failing to service Rcom loansMore than 10 local banks have red-flagged their loans given to the mobile operator which has suffered a loss of Rs 966 cr in the January-March quarter.
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Many drivers are ignoring tough new sanctions against using mobile phones while at the wheel, with more than 200 motorists still getting caught each day
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Police will be targeting these areas in the week stay up to date
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The new processors have been designed for "always on" interfaces able to cope with AI and VR application demands.
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Acting both in residence and as mobile medical teams, these professionals have provided clinical care, offered sanitation education, and provided training in midwifery and medical management. They have also worked where needed on projects to improve the health of pregnant women and infants. As a responsible member of the international community, Taiwan is committed to taking part in the WHA and other WHO activities, mechanisms and meetings in an effort to achieve goals set out under the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, bolster global health and promote the well-being of people of all ages. Taking but one example, Burkina Faso, Taiwan's medical personnel treat about 14,000 patients each year. And, since 2006, over 100 mobile medical teams have been dispatched to more than 20 countries in Africa, Central and South America, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific, benefiting over 150,000 people.
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MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: The plight of Reliance Communications is more serious than what credit rating agencies believe. The Anil Ambani-owned mobile phone operator has defaulted on its loan servicing obligations with more than 10 local banks, some of whom have categorised the exposure as "special mention account" in their asset books. SMA assets are loans where the interest payment from a borrower is overdue: if a loan isn't serviced within 30 days after falling due, it's marked as SMA 1and if unpaid for 60 days or more, it's classified as SMA 2. The loan becomes non-performing asset (NPA) - which requires a bank to provide for the loan and take a knock on profitability - if interest is unpaid for 90 days. Loans to the telco have been redflagged as either SMA1 or SMA2 by at least 10 lenders in India, a bank official told ET. A few banks will have to treat the account as an NPA after a fortnight, said another banker.