Times of Israel
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BBC News 24
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of course, and with the United Kingdom and even with Russia, but we have to now, we must fight for our own future on our own, for our destiny as Europeans and that's what I want to do, together with you,.
BBC News 24
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TRANSLATION: We Europeans must really take our fate into our own hands, in friendship with the United States,.
BBC News 24
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June Kelly, BBC News, Manchester. Britain's Home Secretary has jumped to defend the UK's relationship with the EU after Angela Merkel said Germany will have to "fight for its own destiny" because it can't completely rely on the UK or US after Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Here's the German Chancellor
The Event Chronicle
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BBC News 24
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himself is supposed to be interviewing several high profile lawyers. Jared Kushner has supposedly been told by the White House counsel that he can they represented and stories can be made about the Washington Post story, Jared Kushner needs his own lawyer. It is a confused and turbulent picture as the president returns, with talk of him wanting.
Bleacher Report
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Dashcam video and further details on the DUI arrest of Tiger Woods are expected to be released by police Tuesday. Tim Rosaforte of Golf Channel reported the news (h/t Will Gray of Golf Channel). Woods, 41, was arrested early Monday morning on suspicion of DUI in Jupiter, Florida. He was arrested at 7 a.m. ET, and police records show he was jailed at 7:18 a.m. before being released on his own recognizance at 10:50 a.m. Law enforcement officers told TMZ Sports that Woods was "driving erratically, all over the road" and became "arrogant" when pulled over. He reportedly refused a breathalyzer. Its embarrassing for Tiger, something that you cant go back and change, Woods' longtime friend Notah Begay said on Golf Channel, per Doug Ferguson of the Associated Press. Ive been there myself. ... But it was a turning point in my life.
Bleacher Report
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"He's the elder statesman, the longest-standing player here. He's been a leader in his own right and will continue to be that. "... I think eyes will go to Pedey , for one who has been a champion here multiple times, has experienced so many different sides of baseball in Boston, that he'll be a steady force for a lot of our young players." The Red Sox will hope whatever is ailing Pedroia proves minor, as they look to contend for a World Series championship.
Voice Of America
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Men's Fitness
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Starting too fast – which is all too tempting when you’re feeling excited and nervous thanks to the adrenaline buzz – will make the second half of the race much harder because you’ve burned up too much energy early on,” says Dixon. “And starting too slow means you’ll have to work harder in the latter stages of the race to make up the time. For getting a new PB, nothing beats running each mile or kilometre consistently.” Dixon’s own tactic when trying to win or set new fastest times in longer races is to “do nothing” for the first half to two-thirds of the course. “I run my own race, establish a good rhythm and ignore any of the racing going on around me,” he says. “That way, I have plenty left in the tank towards the end of the race when others start to falter, so I can make up some good time and places by running a stronger finish.” If you’re still in doubt about your best strategy on race day, Dixon adds, “Consistent and comfortable is the way to go – not only to get the best time possible, but also so that you enjoy more of the race, and not just crossing the finish line.
CNN
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SABC Digital News
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BBC News 24
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Captain Noel's footsteps, and he's taken his own images of Mount Everest from the very same places as the early explorers. And here is the glacier we're looking at right here,.
Derby Telegraph
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If you're looking for an idyllic home in the heart of Breaston this one could be yours, if you have £875,000 to spare. There is something about the picture of this beautiful detached home the dog relaxing on the lawns, chairs waiting to welcome the hard working gardener or perhaps the gin and tonic drinker and now's your chance to own it all. On a warm day there is nothing finer than relaxing in the garden and this house in Poplar Road offers the perfect spot...
The Event Chronicle
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Its main purpose wasnt beating Saddam Hussein, it was beating Americans who wanted to stop Bush from privatizing Social Security. Soldiers in the Old Guard walk over a puddle while placing flags at graves in Arlington National Cemetery during “Flags In” in preparation for Memorial Day May 25, 2017, in Arlington, Va. Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images Meanwhile, the motivations of our official enemies are the same: i.e., they’re consumed with gaining power in their own societies, and from their perspective we exist mainly as bit players in that drama. A key focus of Al Qaeda when planning its 2000 attack on the USS Cole was filming it so the footage could be used in a recruitment video — one needed, as the 9/11 Commission report put it, for “their struggle for pre-eminence among other Islamist and jihadist movements.” Unfortunately, the terrorist with the camera overslept and missed his compatriots blowing themselves up.
Derby Telegraph
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Rangers have reportedly opened talks to sign Norwich City's Graham Dorrans.According to Sky Sports News, the midfielder is wanted by Pedro Caixinha as he looks to assemble his own squad at Ibrox.After failing to win promotion back to the Premier League, Norwich are looking to cut their costs, with Dorrans one of the players they hope to move off the wage bill.Reports suggest the former West Bromwich Albion man has indicated he is keen to return to return to Scotland after nine years south of the...
The Event Chronicle
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However, the likely truth is actually far more sinister. Just over a year ago, TIME reported that some 1,200 Southeast Asians had joined ISIS in the Middle East. According to an article from the Manila Times written in October 2014, some 200 Filipinos were believed to have left the country to fight in the Islamic caliphate in Iraq and Syria. At the time, former president, defense secretary, and armed forces chief Fidel Ramos said the following: “At least 100 of our young Filipino Muslims have already infiltrated Iraq to undergo training to return and be jihadists or militants.” [emphasis added] This is important for two reasons. It shows that as far back as 2014, Manila was well aware that Filipinos trained by ISIS in the Middle East would one day return to launch a jihad of their own in the Philippines, and yet the country’s president is more concerned with murdering drug addicts by the thousands .
Global News
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The Event Chronicle
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By Zero Hedge One day after Donald Trump infuriated Angela Merkel and the rest of his G-7 peers, when the US president refused to endorse the Paris climate treaty, prompting the German chancellor to say that “the whole discussion about climate has been difficult, or rather very unsatisfactory ... here we have the situation that six members, or even seven if you want to add the EU, stand against one, Germany's prime minister made what many have dubbed, an era-defining statement. Speaking at a CDU election rally in Munich, Merkel said that Europe must take its fate into its own hands or as the AFP put it, Merkel warns US, Britain no longer reliable partners . Faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency, Merkel said die zeiten, in denen wir uns auf anderellig verlassen konnten, sind ein Stück vorbei, or loosely translated the times in which we could completely depend on others are on the way out and added that I've experienced that in the last few days.
BBC News 24
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Al Jazeera
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Channel 4
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into our own hands. Macron today made clear he wanted to work with the Russian President, despite their differences. Whilst trying to impress on him that France was a force to be reckoned with. Joining me now is the long-time Putin critic, chairman.
Apartment Therapy
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We've all seen them: the dreaded boob lights , marring apartments and builder-grade homes everywhere with their unrepentant mediocrity. If you're a little bit handy you've probably replaced one, or thought about it, but then you probably ran into the same difficulty I did when I started looking for a fixture to replace the boobs in my own apartment: flush-mount fixtures can be really ugly. If the room in question doesn't have the head room for a beautiful chandelier with a two-foot drop, finding the right fixture can be a real challenge. Where are all the nice-looking flush-mount lights? Surely, they have to be out there...somewhere, so we decided to do a little hunting, and here's what we found. READ MORE »
Haaretz
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In IRA and Hezbollah friendly-Corbyn, the Conservatives should have had an easy target on anti-terror policy. But they have skeletons of their own