The Sun Daily - World News
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But on Wednesday two judges – a Cambodian and a German nationalthrew out the prosecution against her, ruling the court did not have the remit to pursue lower level cadres. "Im Chaem is not subject to the (tribunal's) personal jurisdiction, which means she was neither a senior leader nor otherwise one of the most responsible officials of the Khmer Rouge regime," the court said in a statement. The decision illustrates both the limits of the court's powers as well as the Cambodian government's public unease over pursuing fresh trials. 'Difficult to swallow' Strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen – himself a former Khmer Rouge cadre before he defected – has repeatedly hit out at the prospect of further prosecutions, warning they could ignite civil unrest. Critics say Hun Sen is worried new cases might shine an uncomfortable spotlight on historical links between government members and the brutal communist regime.
The Cornishman
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Firefighters worked through the night on Tuesday to tackle a major fire that ripped through Exeter's Riverside Leisure Centre. Damage from the fire, which broke out in a sauna, is likely to see the facility closed for months. More than 120 firefighters were at the blaze and crews have continued to work at the scene this morning. Nearby Alphington Road, a major route in and out of the city, was closed into the early hours of Wednesday morning, reopening at 3am. Read more: Couple chase thief...
BBC News 24
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They're combing through CCTV footage and they're working with the Ministry of Justice and with other police forces across the UK in the hope of finding Shaun Walmsley. Now, he is described as dangerous. He was convicted in 2015 for murder where he is serving a life sentence for that. He is described as dangerous so members of the public are advised not to approach him or the two men who are believed to be still with him as they could be carrying weapons and if you see him or have information, contact 999.
ITV
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How comforting has it been to see the response of the British public?. to see the response of the British every community, but that is not what our country is. Being able to see that other people are grieving and they are missing Jo as well is such an important thing for them and for them being able to share their own emotions and how they are feeling. It has helped both in thinking about it. Quite physically for the kids as well. I you reluctant to get into the political arena?.
The Week
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The Royal Family and several charities are to help publicise the community events. May urged to ask Ukraine about millionaires death The Prime Minister is being urged to speak to her Ukrainian counterpart about the 2008 death of Barry Pring, a British millionaire who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Ukraine. Neil Parish MP, who will raise the case for Prings family, says he has a feeling Prings Ukrainian wife, who denies any part in his death, is being protected by the police. Murderer on run after hospital escape A convicted murderer is on the run after armed men helped him escape his guards during a visit to a Liverpool hospital. Shaun Walmsley, 28, was given a life sentence for taking part in the fatal stabbing in Aintree in 2014. Police have urged the public not to approach Walmsley or the two men who threatened his guards with a gun and a knife.
ITV
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Paul Nuttall has had some problems. So needs to be strong on local issues and needs to listen to the public. They have to do something. There is a lot of waste in Stoke-on-Trent.
The Sun Daily
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In the early days, Country Farm ­Organics products mostly appealed to a small, health-conscious minority. The general public, on the whole, were turned off by the cost of the products. At the time, many were not aware of the benefits of organic foods and were unwilling to spend the extra cash when there were other cheaper alternatives. “It was [more pricey] because the ­volume was small and there was no proper ­distribution [channel] then,” explains Chew, who adds that at the time, the company thought the best way to deliver its products to customers was by opening retail outlets. “The first one was opened in 1 Utama. It was an organic mini market. [Gradually], people became [more] aware of organic products.” Chew adds that one of the early proponents of organic products was Tan Sri Vincent Tan, the founder of Berjaya Corporation. Tan was not only a consumer of organic products but he also foresaw their potential.
The Sun Daily
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It all started three years ago when JC Lua would walk to the company he was doing his three-month internship with as it was just a walking distance from his apartment in Kuala Lumpur. Taking the same route every day, he noticed there were always fallen leaves on the ground. That got him thinking about what he could do with all that free material, and he started to learn how to carve leaves and search for information on leaf preservation and carving techniques. “I have always been a ‘go greenperson since I was a kid and as a designer in the industrial design field, I want to look into eco-concept designs. As a designer and artist, I want to do something to spread the awareness among the public,” he said. Lua, also known as Leaf Man, couldnt find any specific techniques on leaf carving so he imitated the paper carving technique and applied it to leaves.
The Sun Daily
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That does not include the network of more than 3,000 direct channel partners, which helped to ­transform Canon into a household name today in Malaysia. Canon is currently leading the inkjet printer market as a top Malaysian brand for the last 21 years, and has been the number one laser printer brand for two ­consecutive years in the market. The products showcased at the Mid Valley Megamall’s Centre Court included the latest devices in Canon’s line-up, such as the E470 from the Pixma Ink Efficient Printer range, the MB5470 from the Maxify business inkjet printer range, the legendary EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera, and Canon’s latest premium mirrorlesslagship model, the EOS M5. Visitors to the showcase also enjoyed discounts and promotions on all the products on display such as printers, calculators, cameras, and more. As a gesture of commitment to their customers, Canon also opened up a camera clinic at the showcase event so that members of the public could bring their Canon cameras in for a service or repair.
The Iran Project
an hour
The economic sanctions, the continued drop in oil prices, the economic recession in the world and within the country, as well as the regional conditions has made it necessary to change the public economy in the country and pave the way to entrust the country's economy to the private sector and activists who previously did not have much opportunity to work, Jahangiri noted.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Top Speed
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Renault has been pretty successful lately, with 2016 marking the debut of the fourth-generation Megane, which can now be had as a five-door hatchback, four-door sedan, and as an estate. Things are about to get a little juicier in the Megane stable, however, as we’ve just received some pictures of what we believe to be the Megane R.S. prototype putting in some work on public roads. Right now, the car is wearing all the gear of the Megane GT, but there are a couple of clues that give this model away as a prototype – like those center-mounted exhaust outlets poking out of the rear bumper, for instance. The exhaust outlets arent all we have to go by, but we’ll get more into that later. For now, we have some very interesting possibilities to consider. First, let’s start off by saying that the Megane R.S. will only be available as a five-door hatchback since Renault has no plans for a coupe variant of the Megane, so there’s that.
ITV
2 hours
The public is being warned not to approach the killer. getaway. The public is being warned resignation of two MPs. A rising number of patients who call the 111 non-emergency helpline are being sent an ambulance or told to go to AE, according to a new report by a health think-tank. NHS England said the phoneline is performing well despite rising demand but critics say the trend is adding to the huge strain on the emergency services, where waiting times have surged. NHS 111 is no different to most other parts in the health service, in that it's just seeing more and more patients.
Informed Comment
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The Bolton News - Bolton Wanderers
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SOCIAL media has, in countless cases, been behind many a public figure’s downfall.
Sky News
2 hours
A manhunt is under way for a convicted killer who has escaped custody. Shaun Walmsley was leaving a hospital appointment in Liverpool when prison officers were ambushed by two armed men. Mercedesid side police have warned the public not to approach him.
ITV
2 hours
People in football saying you have to have your rules. People like me saying... I think my view is shared by almost 99% of the British public. Thinking this is the most ridiculous thing they have ever heard. He told us on this program yesterday he was aware that odds were offered on him tucking into a pie during the match.
South China Morning Post
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ITV
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The show might now be contaminated by pie gate. The British public will agree with me, they are not stupid. The front page of The Mirror. Storm Doris hits the UK tomorrow, bringing snow blizzards and damaging 80 mile an hour winds. Laura will have the details later.
ITV
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But you eat up I, Didn't get sacked. But you eat up Didn't get sacked. But you eat a pie Didn't get sacked. But you eat a pie, you will be hung, drawn and slaughtered. Let's make a statement to the world that you cannot eat a pie in public and make people laugh.
South China Morning Post
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Voice Of America
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South China Morning Post
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