BBC News 24
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It follows Arsenal's win over Burnley yesterday when Wenger pushed fourth official Anthony Taylor - after being sent off. The Frenchman is alleged to have used abusive or insulting behaviour. Wenger was reacting angrily as Burnley were awarded a penalty in added time. He apologised for his actions after the game and has until 6pm on Thursday to respond.
BBC News 24
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The Republican politicians who sat stony faced at the out their own enclave. And that's the deal. Russia accepted Turkey's sway along its border, and Turkey pushed rebel groups to pull out of a losing more in Aleppo. And persuaded some to accept a ceasefire, at least for now. So what's next? President Trump.
BBC One East Midlands
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The company has to do all its own training, costing it time and money. It's delighted the government is pledging £170 million to overhaul technical education, to bridge what's been described as a chronic skills gap. It's a godsend. We do struggle with skills, and school leavers aren't pushed towards manufacturing. It would be welcoming to us.
BBC News 24
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Ryan Mason is conscious after surgery on a fractured skull. He was injured after a clash with Gary Cahill, has said in a statement that Mason would continue to be monitored in hospital over the coming days. Arsene Wenger has been charged by the FA with misconduct. It follows an incident during Arsenal's. It follows an incident during Arsenal's Win over Burnley yesterday when Wenger pushed fourth official Anthony Taylor after being sent off. The Arsenal manager had reacted angrily when Burnley were given a penalty in added time.
BBC Parliament
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We wish him well in his recovery. I commend very warmly the examples of the maths schools that my right honourable friend friend mentioned. To expand maths schools across the country so that people with a real flair for maths can be pushed further and be equipped to go even higher in their ambitions I think is a fantastic thing, whether it's in Exeter or in London, they are a good template for others to follow.
Quick Sprout
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That pushed a lot of traffic toward the content and ensured it wouldnt disappear among the countless hours of content uploaded to YouTube every minute of every day. You have to think strategically to give your content a fighting chance. Dont try to release content into a vacuum. 8. The content was funny People dont share content just for the sake of sharing it. Think about the content you’ve shared most recently. There are likely one or more reasons you did so: The content resonated with you on a personal level through a common thought or belief It was inspirational and connected with you emotionally It was funny or educationalor both You found value in it and felt your connections would also enjoy it The Dollar Shave Club video, and much of their content marketing, revolves around an amusing, witty, self-deprecating sense of humor.
Daily Mail - USA
5 hours
Randy Schmitt, of Minnesota, was taking a nap on his couch Friday night when a bus crashed through his front window. The impact pushed the couch, with Randy on it, out the side of the house.
Voice Of America
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The World Health Organization's director-general, Margaret Chan, is calling for greater equity in the delivery of health care for rich and poor alike. The WHO chief is urging delegates attending the agency’s annual executive board meeting to do more to close the health gap between the haves and have-nots. This is Margaret Chan’s last term as director-general. The new head of the World Health Organization will be confirmed at the World Health Assembly in May. So, perhaps, unsurprisingly, Chan stressed the many achievements, which have been made in health under her watch, while not shying away from pointing out the shortcomings. She says health inequalities often are aggravated by the high price of medical products, but notes that WHO initiatives have successfully pushed down the prices of vaccines and other medical items. Life-saving vaccines She says huge price reductions in a vaccine for chronic hepatitis C infection are now making it possible for more than 1 million people living with this illness in developing countries to receive life-saving treatment.
Voice Of America
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We should write those rules." But Trump, who took office last Friday, assailed globalization of the world's economy throughout his long run to the White House, saying U.S. multi-national trade deals cost American workers their jobs as their employers moved operations overseas in search of cheaper labor. Trump has pushed for bilateral deals between the U.S. and individual countries that had agreed to the broader pact. Even before announcing his run for the presidency a year and a half ago, Trump said, "The Trans-Pacific Partnership is an attack on America's business. It does not stop Japan's currency manipulation. This is a bad deal." The agreement would have cut more than 18,000 tariffs, including on all U.S. manufactured goods and almost all American farm products. The deal sought to end exploitative child labor and set acceptable work conditions on minimum wages, hours of work, and occupational safety and health.
Daily Express - Sports
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Techradar
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Both Infamous Second Son and spin-off First Light are using a checkerboard effect rather than native resolution jumps, but youd be hard pressed to notice the difference in the way its implemented here. Pushed to a not-quite-but-pretty-much UHD resolution of 1800p, the open world superhero title shimmers with HDR lighting effects, bringing fingertip flames and neon powers to life on premium displays. Whether youre hooked up to a 1080p screen or an eye-popping 4K HDR number, Rise of the Tomb Raider is a sight to behold, with improvements offered optionally across the board. As were most concerned with visual fidelity here, youll be pleased to hear that the 2160p checkerboard effect is once again put to great use. Sticking close to the 30fps target, even without a HDR mode the icy adventure looks super cool.
The Sun Daily
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MELBOURNE: Rafael Nadal struggled into his first Grand Slam quarter-final since 2015 at the Australian Open on Monday, as Serena Williams accelerated towards a record title and the number one ranking. Nadal, searching for a revival after injuries wrecked last season, was tested by France's Gael Monfils before winning 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 to book a last-eight clash with Milos Raonic. Nadal, 30, was also pushed to five sets by Alexander Zverev, 19, in round three, but he has survived to reach his first major quarter-final since the 2015 French Open. The Spanish world number nine now has an excellent chance to add to his 14 Grand Slam titles after world number one Andy Murray and title-holder Novak Djokovic were both knocked out. "I'm very happy being in the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam after a couple of years without being there," he said. "It's very special for me, especially here in Australia where I feel (it's) a little bit like home.
BBC Two England
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Still room for Damian but also room for Jason. Still room for Damian but also room for Jason.. He has pushed this one out very wide. He just needs to hang on. It will be the perfect line now.
BBC Two England
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No need to go chasing this. Keep it tight, keep their heads tied. Drop one fourscore one, you are in the driving seat. He has pushed this one. Just play the game, Les.
The Huffington Post
7 hours
Turkey and Russia - each for their own reasons - both want to disentangle themselves from the fighting. That has pushed them into an ad hoc alliance that some people believe represents the best chance for progress towards a peace deal, especially with Washington distracted by domestic issues. The opposition arrived in Astana aware that the fall of their former urban stronghold, Aleppo, has shifted the momentum in the fighting in favor of Assad. On Sunday, war planes bombed rebel-held areas of western Syria, killing 12 people in one location, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, while insurgent shelling of Aleppo killed six. The ceasefire is clinically dead, but the Russians and Turks want to keep it alive to send a message to the international community that they are the ones in charge of the Syrian situation, said Observatory director Rami Abdulrahman.
Fast Company
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Samsung pushed the limits of lithium-ion batteries too far. This could change the timing and design of its future phones. Samsung pushed the limits of lithium-ion batteries too far. This could change the timing and design of its future phones. After months of confusion about the real cause of the Galaxy Note 7 explosions, Samsung finally provided some answers on Sunday, releasing a detailed report on its findings into the problem. In a micro sense, the explosions were caused by both design flaws and manufacturing errors. In a macro sense, they stemmed from Samsung trying to do too much too fast with lithium-ion batteries. This approach may soon change, and could likely impact the company's phone designs and the regularity with which Samsung releases new phones. Read Full Story
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Created in 1966 by MIT professor Joseph Weizenbaum, the technology was limited, to say the least, as was ELIZA’s vocabulary. That much was hilariously evidenced when I took it for a spin -- which you can do, too, thanks to the CSU Fullerton Department of Psychology . But Weizenbaum knew that there was room for growth, and even likened ELIZA himself to someone “ with only a limited knowledge of English but a very good ear ”. “What was made clear from these early inventions was that humans have a desire to communicate with technology in the same manner that we communicate with each other,” Nicolas Bayerque elaborated in VentureBeat , “but we simply lacked the technological knowledge for it to become a reality at that time.” That wasnt helped by the 1966 ALPAC report , which was rife with skepticism about machine learning and pushed for a virtual end to all government funding to AI research.
Channel Pro
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facebook twitter google+ How can the channel enable and assist their customers on their Digital Transformation journeys? If someone were to ask you for the top talking points in the IT industry in 2016, it’s likely Digital Transformation would be up there. We’ve seen the concept pushed hard by IT vendors and other interested parties for a while now, but this year saw the idea finally begin to move beyond the hype cycle and into the boardroom. In fact, by the end of 2017, IDC estimates that two-thirds of the CEOs of global 2000 enterprises will have digital transformation at the centre of their corporate strategy. But what does this seemingly catch-all phrase really mean? And how can the channel take advantage of the movement? There are countless definitions to be found, but essentially digital transformation is the application of technology to business processes which can help an organisation flourish – whether that’s streamlining operations, getting closer to customers, enabling employees to become more productive or creating cost savings.
AFP News Agency
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BBC News 24
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TIME - Top Stories
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Also Matthew Desmond's Evicted . We talk about mass incarceration all the time, and it's a horrible problem, we should talk about it 200% more than we already do. But we don't talk about unstable housing. What was a book that changed your life? Books in general have changed my life. There's not a book that said, Lisa Lucas, you are a new Lisa Lucas. But there are so many moments where I felt saved or encouraged. Gabriel García Márquez pushed me forward in understanding that books reflected a bigger world. In college I learned that I could love some of the great works, like Sister Carrie or Anna Karenina or Their Eyes Were Watching God . White Teeth is another oneI found there was some recognition in the writing. And then James Baldwinas a black person, there are voices that remind you that you are not alone, that you're not crazy.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: A closed-circuit television footage (CCTV) has now emerged showing a group of three men harassing a security guard at a condominium guardhouse in Ampang. It is unknown if the three men are among those who assaulted two lorry drivers at a condominium in Bukit Antarabangsa, Ampang on Jan 14. However, checks based on the new video showed some similarities with the old video such as the location and a silver car parked in front of a metal barrier. The 56-second video clip, which was shared by an anti-crime non-governmental organisation via its Twitter account on Sunday night, showed three men talking to a security guard and harassing him. In the video, a man in a blue shirt, cap and shades was seen grabbing the security guard by his shirt to drag him out of the guardhouse, then kicked the security guard in the leg and pushed him. At press time, attempts to contact Ampang Jaya district police chief was proven futile.
Coventry Telegraph
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Techradar - Reviews
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6 inch X5. Another fine machine and power wise its a step up. Outwardly there are a few little differences too, one of the main being that this doesnt have the small orange logo above the keyboard, a design decision for the best we think as it simplifies the look. Intriguingly the X3 holds its own against the more powerful X5 in our benchmark tests, as you'll see on the next page. Performance The secret weapon that the Aorus has up its sleeve is its overclocking software. Open up Command & Control and in there you can shift the CPU clock speed (which is normally at 2.7) from 3.6 up to 4.0. In reality, the speed on the dial on our test machine didnt register that far above 3.9, but its still a big boost and undoubtedly increases its benchmark results. The chip on paper is only meant to go up to 3.5 when pushed. The software keeps a close eye on the CPU temperature and its a simple slider to increase or decrease the speed.