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She said she will remember the victims for the rest of her life. With the threat level across the country remaining at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling, trains and even beaches and Britain's top counter-terrorism officer says.
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at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling trains and even beaches and Britain's top counter-terrorism officer says that's likely to continue over the Bank Holiday. There will be some degree of anxiety out there. For that reason, we are standing up many, many more police resources
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my name's Paul. I said where you from. He said Liverpool. I said to him, if you're a blue I'm not helping. If you're a red I am go to help. He said I'm a red and he said, brother we are going to watch some European football next season. And he chuckled and the officer said we have.
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security companies and training of security personnel, is that correct? We deal with training for security, but we deal with specialised operations that enhance security at Arenas and steady. What kind of training and preparation is needed for an ordinary person who is doing a job as a security officer? We're not about police or soldiers
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She said she will remember the victims for the rest of her life. With the threat level across the country remaining at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling, trains and even beaches and Britain's top counter-terrorism officer says that's likely to continue over the Bank Holiday. There will be some degree of anxiety out there. For that reason, we are standing up many, many more police resources,.
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With the threat level across the country remaining at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling, trains and even beaches and Britain's top counter-terrorism officer says that's likely to continue over the Bank Holiday. There will be some degree of anxiety out there
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events and a music concert. The message from the police is this city is open for business and have enough officers to keep people safe and are asking people to enjoy the weekend but also be vigilant. If there is anything of concern speak to a police officer. Thank you
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To date, 13 individuals including nine police officers and personnel in Malacca had been detained to assist investigation into the case. However, three other suspects, namely two police officers with the rank of Deputy Superintendent (DSP) and Assistant Superintendent (ASP) and a van driver who acted as the middleman in collecting the protection money were still being remanded. The police officer with the rank of DSP from Melaka Tengah was remanded for seven days until May 29, the van driver until May 30 and the police officer with the rank of ASP was detained for seven days up to May 31 to assist in the investigation. — Bernama
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critical, armed police have been seen patrolling, trains and even beaches and Britain's top counter-terrorism officer says that's likely to continue over the Bank Holiday. There will be some degree of anxiety out there. For that reason, we are.
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Why, Officer Dibble, welcome to my humble abode. # He's a pip He's the championship # He's the most tip-top... Top Cat!.
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MOURNFUL TUNE My previous home has been destroyed, carried away by the trash men on the orders of Officer Dibble. That's awful! Please help me buy a new one. Just think of the children. No problem. Really? No problem? Now then, let's get down to business. Shall we start with your name? Top Cat!.
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The technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is being looked at by more conventional companies and businesses. Known as blockchain, it is a public digital ledger that keeps a running tally of all cryptocurrency transactions within a distributed network of computers. Once they are recorded, transactions cannot be edited or removed, thus adding to the “chain.” “It’s kind of like if you share an Excel file with a group of your employees at the office, but you dont know exactly who updated it,” explained Hudson Jameson, chief operating officer and blockchain lead at Oaken Innovations. “Every time that you update the file, it gets updated on every other computer.” Cut out the middle man Blockchains eliminate the need for intermediary parties, by relying on a decentralized network of computers, or nodes, to verify all transactions. Bitcoin uses blockchain technology to enable anonymous, peer-to-peer payments, which is why the digital currency is often associated with illicit activity.
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trains, even beaches. And Britain's top counterterrorism officer says that's likely to continue over the bank holiday. There is going to be some degree of anxiety out there
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in on the Manchester bombers. The Mail reports on what it calls a Bank Holiday ring of steel - with security ramped up at hundreds of events. The i says the country's top anti-terror police officer has urged the public to go out and enjoy themselves. That's also the lead for The Mirror which says police believe they have made enormous progress
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the victims for the rest of her life. With a threat level across the country remaining at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling trains, even beaches. And Britain's top counterterrorism officer says that is likely to continue over the bank holiday
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going to those affected. In a heartfelt statement, she said she will remember that for the rest of life. With a threat level across the country remaining at critical, armed police have been seen patrolling trains, even beaches. Britain's top counterterrorism officer says that is likely to continue over the bank holiday. There will be some degree of anxiety out there,.
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GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix) is letting his aide Zaidi Ahmad handle a slapping incident which occurred after a ruckus outside a mosque yesterday, in private. He said he called his information officer soon after the incident and was told the latter wanted to deal with it personally. Lim understood Zaidi's intention to handle the matter as a private citizen and not in his capacity as Information Officer. "I respect his decision," he said. Lim, however, added that such an incident should not have happened and must not be tolerated as it was uncalled for. "It is not our culture," he stressed. In the 2.30pm incident, a group of about 50 protesters from a non-governmental organisation held placards critical towards the state government over alleged interference in issuing fatwas. The drama began when group leader Mohd Hafiz Noordin gave a speech alleging state interference in religious matters pertaining to fatwas.