Nottingham Evening Post
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Just three women were cautioned for prostitution in Nottingham last year - and none were charged to appear in court.The figure - released by the Home Office - reflects the efforts of Nottinghamshire Police's dedicated prostitution team to move away from criminalising on-street sex workers.The dedicated task force has cautioned 580 women and three transgender people soliciting for sex on the streets since it was launched in 2004.But the team - headed up by Sergent Neil Radford - will now only...
BBC News 24
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Since Wednesday, 11 people have been arrested, and all have now been released except for a 58-year-old man from Birmingham. Detained under the terrorism act, he can be held without charge for 14 days. Members of.
Sky News
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Now, the most detailed timeline yet has been released by detectives and it shows exactly what happened down to the second. Detectives say the attack started at 2:40 and 8 seconds precisely last.
BBC News 24
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Good morning. First, our main story. Police say they might never find out why Khalid Masood killed four people near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday. Scotland Yard now say they believe he was acting alone. The family of PC Keith Palmer who was killed by Masood have released a statement, thanking those who were with him when he died. Alexandra Mackenzie reports
The Iran Project
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Press TV Iran's chief Armed Forces spokesman has dismissed reports about allegedunprofessional behavior” by Iranian vessels in the Persian Gulf, saying the US had better watch more carefully the moves of its naval forces in the region. Reports released by American sources about unprofessional behavior by Iranian vessels are devoid of any truth, Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri said on Saturday. He added that such reports are either based on false information or pursue ulterior motives. The US must more than ever monitor and control the conduct of its warships in the Persian Gulf, said the commander. “We stress that the Americans are to blame for any disturbance in the Persian Gulf and for this reason we once again warn that the US forces must alter their attitude,” Jazayeri pointed out.
BBC News 24
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than a decade ago. Since Wednesday, 11 people have been arrested. All have now been released except for a 58-year-old man from Birmingham. Detained under the Terrorism Act, he can be held without charge for 14 days. Members of the public have come to the scene of Wednesday's attack.
Sky News
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From its brutal beginning to its devastating end, Khalid Masood's trail of terror lasted just 82 seconds. Now, the most detailed timeline yet has been released by detectives.
BBC News 24
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Good morning. First, our main story. Police say they might never find out why Khalid Masood killed four people near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday Scotland Yard now say they believe he was acting alone. The family of PC Keith Palmer, who was killed by Masood, have released a statement thanking those who were with him when he died. Alexandra Mackenzie reports
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By Jiu-Chiuan Chen | (The Conversation) | Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disease that eventually strips sufferers of their ability to remember, communicate and live independently. By 2050, it is projected to affect nearly 14 million Americans and their families, with an economic cost of one trillion dollars – more than the estimated combined total for treating heart disease and cancer. Of the leading causes of death in America, Alzheimer’s disease is the only one that we currently cannot prevent, cure or even stall. Our latest research seeks to change this situation by providing a better understanding of the environmental causes and mechanisms behind the disease. Our findings lead us to conclude that outdoor air pollution, in the form of tiny particles released from power plants and automobiles that seep into our lungs and blood, could nearly double the dementia risk in older women.
BBC News 24
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He was a violent criminal before converting to Islam more than a decade ago. Since Wednesday, 11 people have been arrested. All have now been released except for a 58-year-old.
BBC News 24
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Masood. Questions remain unanswered about his route to radicalisation. He was a violent criminal before converting to Islam more than a decade ago. Since Wednesday more than 11 people have been arrested. All have now been released apart from a 58-year-old.
BBC News 24
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First, our main story. Police say they might never find out why Khalid Masood killed four people near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday Scotland Yard now say they believe he was acting alone. The family of PC Keith Palmer, who was killed by Masood, have released a statement thanking those who were with him.
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Daily Mail - Australia
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A New Zealand police officer released his dog on a 12-year-old girl who had to be treated for bite wounds, it has been revealed. The officer and dogs pictured were not involved in the incident.
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In January, NASA and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said research has shown that 2016 was the hottest year on record, for the third year in a row. "The 2016 globally averaged surface temperature ended as the highest since record-keeping began in 1880," the two agencies said. They also said temperatures, raised mainly by man-made greenhouse gases and partly by a natural El Nino weather event that released heat from the Pacific Ocean, beat the previous record in 2015, when 200 nations signed on to the Paris Agreement, a plan to limit global warming.
ABC News - International
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This is just the latest opponent of the Russian president who has died under violent or suspicious circumstances in the past few years.
Voice Of America
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Riot police in Belarus launched a massive crackdown Saturday on protesters trying to hold a banned march in Minsk. Hundreds were reported arrested, and a human rights leader said many of the detainees had been beaten by police and needed medical attention. An estimated 700 people were trying to march through a central part of the capital, part of a wave of anti-government protests against a new tax on workers. Truckloads of police intercepted the protesters and attacked them with clubs. Witnesses said unarmed civilians also were assaulted, and a Reuters reporter said at least 10 journalists were arrested. Earlier Saturday, officials from the opposition group Vesna-96 said police had raided their headquarters in the capital and detained about 60 activists. All were later released, and there was no official comment on the incident. Earlier this week, Belarus' authoritarian president, Aleksandr Lukashenko, said dozens of militants planning an "armed provocation" had been arrested in Minsk and elsewhere in the former Soviet republic.
Dover Express
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New figures have been released which reveal the most violent streets in Ramsgate.The data records violent crimes that were committed between January and December 2016. How is 'violent crime' classified?According to police, violent crime is a crime in 'which the offender uses or threatens force upon a victim. This entails both crimes in which the violent act is the objective, such as murder, as well as crimes in which violence is the means to an end.Read more: A man has denied biting...
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Derby Telegraph
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We all know extra-marital affairs have been going on since a bride and groom first said: 'I do' - but new technology means we can now track just how many people are cheating on their partners. Illicit Encounters provides a way for people who want to have a affairs to meet online, and then in secret, and it has released its infidelity index for the UK - based on how many people from each city are using its website.And, though Derby is relatively small, it's made its mark this year, appearing...