ITV
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The majority are found up with the religion being tarnished and the dangers these people can potentially cause in the community. We've got terrorism and security experts. Cooperation is vital. These are experts in their field
ITV
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They're queueing up. Jewiss potentially sees the door open. Jewiss will go through into second? Harper's on the outside. Harper is still in it. He hangs on
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CNN
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British authorities are racing to round up the terror network behind the Manchester concert bombing after Home Secretary Amber Rudd revealed some of those involved could "potentially" still be at large.
TIME - Top Stories
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A police officer has lost his battle with pancreatic cancer - almost two years after he was told he had just months to live.Nottinghamshire Police announced on Sunday (May 28) that Sergeant Phil Hogg passed away on Thursday (May 25) night.He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given just months to live in July 2015. A Go Fund Me page was set up in September last year to raise £60,000 to get Phil to Germany for potentially life-saving immunotherapy treatment which is not available in...
BBC One Wales
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that rain will continue to move north with the odd heavier burst on it. Potentially turning a bit heavier moving in towards the south-east and east Midlands later on in the night. Quite a murky but a mild, muggy night in the south.
Antiwar.com News
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Israel argues that this is wholly appropriate, because of the extraordinary security situation, and perfectly legal under Israeli law, since free speech isn't a thing in the military courts that handle Palestinians living under occupation, and many detainees never see the inside of a court at any rate. It doesn't take much, either. Mentioning someone having died is suspicious. Complaining about treatment by Israeli forces is incitement, and complaining about anything in general is often seen as a sign the person is potentially suicidal, and therefore a potential suicide attacker. Indeed, Haaretz has a recording on a briefing in which one Israeli officer defended the detention of innocent people as such, saying that they might arrest a Palestinian kid so soon he doesn't know he's a terrorist yet. Palestinians, however, rarely have reason to doubt that Israel has made that judgement against them long ago.
Politico
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Some allies and aides say Jared Kushner, a top adviser who is under scrutiny for his business ties and communications with Russian officials, is also on shaky ground, even though Trump is unlikely to let his own son-in-law go. Kushner has been the subject of a flurry of recent news reports , including claims he attempted during the transition to establish a backchannel with Russian officials and that he had previously unknown contact with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak last year. The Trump administration downplayed the reports. “I dont see a big deal,” Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said on “Fox News Sunday.” “I think any channel of communication back or otherwise with a country like Russia is a good thing.” Trump and his senior aides have turned in recent days to old campaign hands and friends — including Corey Lewandowski, David Bossie and Chris Ruddy — to potentially help fight back.
Politico
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Some allies and aides say Jared Kushner, a top adviser who is under scrutiny for his business ties and communications with Russian officials, is also on shaky ground, even though Trump is unlikely to let his own son-in-law go. Kushner has been the subject of a flurry of recent news reports , including claims he attempted during the transition to establish a backchannel with Russian officials and that he had previously unknown contact with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak last year. The Trump administration downplayed the reports. “I dont see a big deal,” Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said on “Fox News Sunday.” “I think any channel of communication back or otherwise with a country like Russia is a good thing.” Trump and his senior aides have turned in recent days to old campaign hands and friends — including Corey Lewandowski, David Bossie and Chris Ruddy — to potentially help fight back.
Futurity
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But synestias formed from larger or hotter objects such as gas giant planets or stars could potentially last much longer, she says. The synestia structure also suggests new ways to think about lunar formation, Stewart says. Earth's moon is remarkably similar to Earth in composition, and most current theories about how the moon formed involve a giant impact that threw material into orbit. But such an impact could have instead formed a synestia from which the Earth and moon both condensed. Busted moon could put rings around Mars No one has yet observed a synestia directly, but they might be found in other solar systems once astronomers start looking for them alongside rocky planets and gas giants. NASA and the US Department of Energy supported the work. Source: University of California, Davis The post Was Earth once a big spinning doughnut'? appeared first on Futurity .
Techradar
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The craft would also serve as a luxury transport for friends and family looking to travel in style. Bringing back the zeppelin Should Brin's airship take off (both figuratively and literally) the design could inspire more aircraft like it, potentially revolutionizing the intensely lucrative cargo industry. Airship designer Igor Pasternak tells The Guardian that buoyant aircraft have the advantage of not needing runways, tracks, or roads to reach their destination, allowing them to deliver massive quantities of goods "from point A to point Z without stopping anywhere in between." Now, zeppelins did have occupy the spotlight over 80 years ago, but technical limitations and disasters like the Hindenburg in 1937 prevented airships from becoming the next major transport vessel. Thankfully, sources say that Brin's airship will be FAA-compliant, meaning that non-flammable helium will be used to lift the high-tech throwback instead of hydrogen.
The Sun Daily - Health
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NEW research suggests that living in a city could increase teenagers' risk of developing psychosis, potentially leading to further mental health problems in adulthood. Carried out by researchers from King's College London, UK, and Duke University, USA, previous research from the team has also found higher rates of psychotic symptoms among children living in cities, but the new study is the first to look at the effect of city living on psychotic experiences in adolescence. For the research, the team asked more than 2,000 British 18-year-olds about any psychotic episodes experienced since the age of 12. Teens were considered to have had a psychotic experience if they reported at least one out of 13 potential experiences, including hearing voices that others could not, believing they were being spied on, or believing that their food was being poisoned.
Sky News
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from the night he carried out the bombing, and issued a further appeal for any information about his activity before the attack. Today, Amber Rudd said the Government and intelligence services "couldn't be entirely sure" that the whole group behind the Manchester attack has been found and detained. Potentially, I mean, it's an ongoing operation
BBC News 24
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CNN
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British authorities are racing to round up the terror network behind the Manchester concert bombing after Home Secretary Amber Rudd revealed some of those involved could "potentially" still be at large.
Sky News
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Potentially, I mean, it is an ongoing operation. There are 11 people in custody. The operation is still really at full tilt in a way. Until the operation is complete we can't be entirely sure it is closed. To Westminster and our political correspondent Tom Rayner
Bleacher Report
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0. " While Markannen is probably not the next Dirk, he's likely headed for the top 10 in this year's draft. Jordan Bell, PF, Oregon Former Oregon forward Jordan Bell, who landed on the national landscape after swatting eight shots against Kansas in the Elite Eight, isn't considered a consensus first-round pick: DraftExpress has him going in the early second round, NBADraft.net puts him 28th and Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report sees Bell landing with the Utah Jazz for the last pick in the first round. That all being said, the guess here is Bell gains steam in the final weeks before the NBA draft on June 22 and gets picked no later than 21st to the Oklahoma City Thunder and potentially even higher. Bell receives straight A's for his performances since March. He posted 12.3 points, 13.2 boards and 3.0 blocks per night in helping leading Oregon to its first Final Four since 1939, and p er Julian Applebome of DraftExpress , Bell was fantastic at the NBA Draft Combine: " Oregon's Jordan Bell shined in the 5 on 5 portion on day 1 of the Combine, flying around on defense while also showing a budding offensive skill set.
21stCenturyWire
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21 WIRE has documented over the years, many so-called shooting/terror/attacks that involve individuals being monitored by security services prior to an alleged act taking place. A place where a ‘lone wolfgraduates into the ranks of a known wolf . In fact, very often those being watched by authorities exhibit all the tell-tale signs of a patsy or an informant, working either for a law enforcement or intelligence agency to potentially avoid jail time for previous criminal activity . Historically, government operators have often made use of low-life criminals , and mentally disturbed individuals to fulfill various role in entrapment stings or sometimes as bonafide actors in an actual attacks. In any case, alleged attackers and security agencies have a dicey relationship, making any link between them highly suspect in nature. To provide further background on the existence of state-sponsored terror using proxy agents, here’s a link to a 21WIRE post concerning a BBC documentary entitled, “Operation Gladio.
BBC Radio 4
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Manchester just free Eccleshill to roam about in their communities and and potentially contaminated for the people in the Communities you have to take some very very practical action and to be honest this action can only be taken with you know some independent always side with it is judicial plus you know community or sites but you be adopted we would Innocence be looking people up for what they thought what they believed rather than what they done yes but the initial assessment would be a compulsory assessment and then in that assessment if there is proper regulated action in terms of.
BBC Radio 4
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will be a theological of a settlement of they walked her views and out of that would come to some response in relation to Action to be taken tennis and smell to you the amounts to internment doesn't it when he does but not to the 8th at a fundamental differences in tournament has been done before when we had the IRA problems but here this is more a community-based approaches to a certain extent yes those people who in fact pose the greatest in the danger of course they would be and have to be in to a nuke on just leave so many people will potentially could create the kind of atrocity there be.
BBC Radio 4
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the remedies that are being suggested and listen to this very large number of people who pose potential dangers and communities are just not to work about you just will not have the resources with the surveillance I'll be there or do women put it under house arrest will I have belief on the back of her what has happened is to think of some new approach to a problem that is going to stay fit with us for a long time and one of my proposal what was too that we should be setting up regional potentially regional because this is not a problem just so you know one pot.
BBC Radio 4
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we are the Olympic Games he started his policing career in Manchester becoming the highest ranking Muslim officer in Britain on the back of for the terrible atrocities in Manchester the figures of number of people who are contaminated on the fringes of contamination are quite a standing there talking about 3000 potential Suspects the talking about 400 people potentially coming back from from Syria the talking about 20 nearly no 20000 people who may be in some form of list so when you total on this app.
Sky News
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a further appeal for any information about his activity before the attack. Today Amber Rudd said the government and intelligence services "couldn't be entirely sure" that the whole group behind the Manchester attack has been found and detained. Potentially, I mean, it is an ongoing operation. There are 11 people in custody