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As the first 100 days of the Donald Trump presidency draw to a close, it has already become clear that US immigration reform is a priority. During his first weeks in office, Trumps executive orders clamping down on travel to the US by citizens of a handful of Muslim-majority nations prompted widespread controversy, while last week he ordered a review of the H-1B visa programme, which is relied on by technology firms to bring in high-skilled foreign workers. Meanwhile, in a move that...
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Nurse and Doctor's unions are welcoming the move, but the overall system is absolutely starved of investment and will need from all parties to see what the.
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speak very highly about the team, and the impact of Sam Allardyce on the team, and I think it will be a very tough game. In the Championship, Huddersfield have guaranteed a place in the play-offs. They beat Wolves to move up to third in the table,.
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Coming up to 10 years, we should move on the debate, a lot is said about the case and we should be saying that if it happened again today, in 2017, what would we do differently, what would UK police and police across Europe do? The first few hours were a shambles. Critical period. If it happened again tomorrow in Portugal at a resort like this, given what happened with Madeline McCann,.
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A vast majority of Fukushima voluntary evacuees are not planning to move back to their homes out of fear of radiation despite the government declaring living conditions in the prefecture to be “good”, a new government survey has discovered. Read Full Article at RT.com
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PETALING JAYA: The ringgit edged higher against the US dollar yesterday, hitting a five-month peak, while most emerging Asian currencies also rose against the greenback, as global market sentiment improved due to the outcome of the first phase of the French presidential election and risk-on trade resumed. The ringgit, which was the top gainer among regional currencies, appreciated 0.65% yesterday against the US dollar to 4.3695 at 5pm from 4.3980 last Friday’s close. Year to date, the ringgit has strengthened 2.56% against the greenback. The local currency also edged higher against the pound sterling and Singapore dollar at 5.5991 and 3.1378 from 5.6305 and 3.1472, respectively. Inter-Pacific Securities Sdn Bhd head of research Pong Teng Siew told SunBiz that there was a general move in the foreign exchange market yesterday, in which investors were bidding up emerging market currencies, particularly those that had recently weakened against the US dollar.
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In her first major test since regaining the SmackDown Women's Championship, Naomi retained the title after her singles match with Charlotte ended in a disqualification. Natalya pulled Naomi to the outside, and the trio of Natalya, Carmella and Tamina proceeded to attack both the champion and the challenger. WWE shared a replay of the beatdown: As part of the Superstar Shakeup, SmackDown arguably scored the biggest coup of all when it landed Charlotte from Raw. The Queen won the Raw Women's Championship on four occasions, and as seen in this tweet courtesy of WWE's official Twitter account, she wasn't interested in waiting around for an opportunity on the blue brand: One week after making the move to SmackDown, Charlotte demanded a title shot against Naomi. The daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Nature Boy" Ric Flair was first forced to earn it, however.
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I'll move my chair over here. 'Over breakfast, 'Suu Yeon meets the other defectors who are going to be on the show.' Give me an example, what did you think about the South.
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U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday will order a review of national monuments created over the past 20 years with an aim toward rescinding or resizing some of them — part of a broader push to reopen areas to drilling, mining and other development. The move comes as Trump seeks to reverse a slew of environmental protections ushered in by former President Barack Obama that he said were hobbling economic growth — an agenda that is cheering industry but enraging conservationists. Executive order leads to review of monuments Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told reporters on Tuesday Trump's executive order would require him to conduct the review of around 30 national monuments and recommend which designations should be lifted or resized over the coming months. He said he would seek feedback from Congressional delegations, governors and local stakeholders before making his recommendations.
Hackaday
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Animatronics for movies is often about making something that works and is reliable in the short term. It doesn't have to be pretty, it doesn't have to last forever. [Corporate Sellout] shows us the minimalist approach to building animatronics with this pair of special eyes . These eyes move in both the pan and tilt. Usually, that means a gimbal style mount. Not in this case. The mechanical assembly consists of with popsicle sticks, ping-pong balls, film canisters and dental floss. The frame for the eyes is made of simple popsicle sticks hot glued together. The eyes themselves are simple ping-pong balls. Arduino powered servos control the movement. The servos are connected to dental floss in a cable arrangement known as a pull-pull system. As each servo moves, one side of the arm pulls on a cable, while the other provides enough slack for the ping-pong ball to move.
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Turkish warplanes carried out a series of coordinated attacks against US-allied Kurdish forces in both northern Iraq and northeastern Syria today, killing more than 20 people, including at least 18 troops loyal to the Kurdish YPG, and pounding the area around the Iraqi city of Sinjar. Attacks within Syrian territory targeted the city of Derik, in Hassakeh Province, targeting Kurdish military posts. The US arms and heavily backs the YPG, something Turkey has long complained about. The strikes, reflect long-standing Turkish threats to move against the Syrian Kurds. But it's not just Syria. The strikes around Iraq's Sinjar were after PKK fighters in the area, with Turkey's President Erdogan insisting that he will never allow Sinjar to become a PKK base of operation . The PKK established a presence in Sinjar during the expulsion of ISIS, and have been largely welcomed by the local Yazidi population.
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The problem with that is that while North Korea has a significant missile program, their artillery is much more significant, and the missile defense would not be able to do much about the artillery. With speculation that the US may attack at the next North Korean nuclear test, China is again trying to calm down the tensions, issuing a warning today not to carry out any such tests, saying it would move relations beyond the point of no return.
Politico
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President Donald Trump is set to order the review of tens of millions of acres of land and water set aside as national monuments by the past three presidents on Wednesday, a move that environmental groups warn will undermine a crucial conservation tool and open up sensitive areas to fossil fuel development. The review will be conducted by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who told reporters it would encompass up to 40 monuments created over the past 21 years, although the main focus will be on President Barack Obama's designation last year of Bears Ears National monument, as well as the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument protected by President Bill Clinton in 1996. Both of those are in Utah, and the state's lawmakers have pressed to revoke the monument status for the two sites, which are believed to hold fossil fuel resources. But Zinke sought to quell concerns that the executive order would roll back conservation protections provided by 1906 Antiquities Act, saying the Trump's order does not strip any monument .
Daily Mail - Australia
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Aeroflot, the Russian airline taken to court over its alleged policy to move older and bigger women onto domestic flights, has said most passengers want to see thin female cabin crew on board.