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BBC News 24
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The Economic Times
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" He said that exchange visits can also provide further educational benefits through hands-on training at the foreign site. GLOBAL CLASSROOMS Sonepat-based OP Jindal University has a tieup with Brooklyn Law School in the US, Bond University, Australia, Singapore Management University and 14 others. "In some cases, students go there for the summer or one semester. It gives them exposure and apart from learning, they also understand the teaching curriculum and are able to meet and network with people from different countries," said Dr Mimi Roy, associate professor and assistant dean, international collaborations, Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities. The university also lays emphasis on whether something can be done with these partnerships for the future career prospects of students. In some cases, it helps with higher education applications to write a better statement of purpose (SOP) for future applications.
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Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is looking forward to his first appearance against his old team. The left-hander is expected to start Tuesday against the Chicago White Sox , where he spent the first seven years of his career before being traded this offseason. "A little of me will be [nervous], but I think I'm more looking forward to this opportunity than any other emotion just because it's fun," Sale said of the upcoming game, per Scott Lauber of ESPN. "I'm playing against my friends," he added. "It might be hard not to smile out there on the mound at a couple of them. It's fun. These are my buddies. It's going to be a fun atmosphere and a fun time." This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
The Event Chronicle
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So Al Qaeda then filmed a re-enactment and used that tape instead. Thus 17 Americans on the Cole were killed in real life, but zero Americans had to die to create what Al Qaeda truly wanted, a way to consolidate influence in their world. The same dynamic was involved in the 9/11 operation itself. According to the commission’s report, part of Osama bin Laden’s motivation was that he believed the attack would benefit Al Qaeda “by attracting more suicide operatives, eliciting greater donations, and increasing the number of sympathizers willing to provide logistical assistance.” Just excise the wordsuicide” and bin Laden sounds exactly like George W. Bush, planning to inflict spectacular ultra-violence thousands of miles away in hopes of getting bigger campaign contributions. For Saddam Hussein’s part, all his foreign policy had one goal, keeping him in power for the next week.
TIME - Top Stories
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(LONDON) Police said a tiger killed a female zookeeper Monday at a zoo 80 miles north of London. A tiger had entered an enclosure with a keeper. Sadly the female zookeeper died at the scene, Cambridgeshire Police said in a statement. Police said they were called to Hamerton Zoo Park late Monday morning. The tiger never escaped from the enclosure, and police said foul play was not suspected in the keeper's death. Visitors were evacuated when the incident began and an air ambulance was summoned to provide emergency help for the victim. An eyewitness says visitors were removed calmly and that there was no panic. Police did not release information about the tiger.
Channel 4
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know when that will provide a big enough kitty to retire on? Probably never! Crunching the numbers of Sophie wants to get a pensioner size of Peter's she will have to work until she is 89. The sign perhaps of another generational crisis looming before we have even sorted out this one. Gary Gibbon reporting
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Legendary sports writer Frank Deford, who spent five decades as perhaps the defining voice of Sports Illustrated during the magazine's peak, died Sunday in Key West, Florida. He was 78. Deford's wife Carol, confirmed news of his passing to the Washington Post . Deford began working at Sports Illustrated in 1962 and held the title of senior contributing writer at the time of his death. This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
Daily Mail - Tennis
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Ars Technica
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I was an ensign aboard the USS Iowa, which was taking part in a joint military exercise with the Turkish military called Display Determination '87, a rehearsal for a reinforcement of Turkish forces by US Army, Navy, and Marine units in the event of a Soviet invasion. From off the Turkish coast in Saros Bay, the Iowa was to provide shore bombardment in advance of a Marine amphibious landing. But the helicopter we had used to put our Marine forward observer in the air the day before was "tits-up," as they say, and we needed eyes in the sky for the final bombardment. Read 10 remaining paragraphs | Comments
BBC One London
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when it does not provide people with the kind of services they are expecting. We have had the same council in control here for more than 30 years and the Liberal Democrat MP I'm up against is.
The Event Chronicle
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By Mike McRae This Wednesday, NASA will officially announce its intention to launch a probe that will dip inside the Sun's atmosphere, calling it the first ever mission to touch the Sun. The Solar Probe Plus mission will have to cope with temperatures and radiation unlike any other probe, but the data it will collect in the process will help astronomers predict solar storms and provide clues on some of the deepest mysteries surrounding our closest star. In 1976, a 370-kilogram (815-pound) block of instruments called Helios 2 came within about 43 million kilometres (27 million miles) of the Sun's surface in its mission to study solar winds and cosmic rays. Our world has since grown ever more dependent on a network of technology – both in orbit and on our planet's surface – that's vulnerable to a threat we barely understand. Not only can our modern technology suffer enormous damage from extreme solar activity, humans who might one day live outside our atmosphere will also need protection from severe winds of charged particles and radiation.
Sputnik International
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Open Culture
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Global Research
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EFSA fails to provide evidence to support its decision to dismiss a key study showing glyphosate is carcinogenic. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has been accused of excluding from its glyphosate assessment a key study only because of a ...
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Smith was largely commenting on the juxtaposition between those two stances. This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.
BBC Parliament
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Muslim MPs in the last few years service. By and large, the Muslim community has no real problem with Prevent. What we see is small groups of activists who condemn Prevent or provide no alternative. They are talking about people like you. My situation on this is through speaking to my own constituency and speaking to elsewhere. It is looking at what is.
The Event Chronicle
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By Jonathan Carty I decided to go back and check Cobra’s blog about this non-gentleman and provide a little information about his role in the Cabal and what it means that he is now gone from the physical plane. ( 2012Portal ) “Zbigniew Brzezinski, a Jesuit belonging to a black nobility family originating from Brzezany, Ukraine, is the mastermind behind the Ukraine conflict. The plan of the Jesuits is to support the Illuminazi and Zionist factions in their hunger for war, hoping to suck Putin into a direct conflict…” And just to reiterate the information about the Jesuits: ( 2012Portal ) “Black Nobility families that are associated with the Jesuits are allergic to the Goddess energy. They would like to wipe it out from the surface of the planet and have tried to do so many times. Members of families such as Pallavicini, Orsini, Massimo, Borghese, Aldobrandini, Colonna, Pacelli, Odescalchi, Ortolani and Luzzatti are receiving their orders directly from the Archons and are at the core of conspiracy against the Goddess.
Bleacher Report
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According to ESPN Stats Info, the Dubs have the most dominant offense of any team to ever enter the Finals: Playing with Stephen Curry , Kevin Durant and Draymond Green will provide the looks Klay needs to break out of this head-scratching slump. He has the potential to single-handedly take overand winplayoff games, as we saw in Game 6 against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals last year. Cleveland can't take Thompson's struggles for granted. Lue should prepare for Klay as if he's hotter than ever.
The Event Chronicle
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The US and China can’t seem to agree on what to do about North Korea, and it’s likely that this problem is getting worse. There is more crazy news coming out about the death of Seth Rich- the DNC staffer who is thought by many to be the Wikileaks source for the DNC email leaks, and was mysteriously murdered on the streets of Washington DC. A GOP lawmaker is calling for a federal investigation of Rich’s death. Martin Shkreli is offering $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Seth’s murderer. And Kim Dotcom claims to have evidence that Rich was Wikileaks source, and then confused many when he said he would only release the information if the US gives him diplomatic immunity to enter the US and provide the evidence to Congress. This is very unlikely as Kim himself likely knows. The U.S. government doesnt seem interested in investigating Seth’s death.
BBC News 24
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It'll be fascinating to see how she handles questions from the audience. Party strategists in both camps, this will be the part of the evening that will provide the most amount of anxiety. Not that Jeremy Paxman will be easier on them but the unpredictability of the.
Mondoweiss
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Shebab took up positions along the road and on the hillside above, hurling rocks in their graceful, muscular ballet, an astonishing distance, and with great accuracy. Freedom fighter ballet Three soldiers sustained hits, Palestinian medic Achmed Nasser told me — one in the leg and two in the head. The commander got hit on the side of his head, and a young female cop took a rock in the face. Nasser offered to provide assistance, but police said they could handle the situation themselves. The young lady was taken to hospital. If only the police withdrew, the protest would wind down, I thought. Villagers would likely not march down to the main road, much less into Halamish, where they’d certainly get shot by settlers, someone confided to me. But police stayed put, and so did a handful of Nabi Saleh protesters stubbornly engaging them face to face, as shebab fired off relentless volleys of rocks, set fire to tires and pushed the burned out shell of a car down the road.
Mondoweiss
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Home demolition is one of Israel’s preferred methods of evicting Palestinians from land they want, usually to provide housing for Jewish settlements, in violation of international law . I want to tell just one story the unique, surreal and totally intolerable story of Ashraf and Islam Fawaqa and their four daughters Ritaj, 9; Rimas, 7; Saba, 4; and Aya, a newborn. On May 4, the Fawaqas took baby Aya for a newborn checkup. While at the clinic, they got a call from a neighbor that Israeli authorities had started to demolish their home in the Sur Baher neighborhood of Jerusalem. According to Ashraf, they had paid 25,000 shekels to delay the expected demolition. “Isnt that a particularly upsetting case?” I asked a friend. “All home demolitions are upsetting.” “I know. But when Ashraf rushed home and showed the demolition crew the Israeli judge’s order to pause the demolition, do you know what they did? They noted the judge’s name, left the site, and returned one hour later with a new demolition order from the same judge.