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A 12-year-old girl has been taken to hospital after being found unconscious by a Cornish river. Falmouth Coastguard Rescue Team (FCRT) received reports of the child being spotted on the rocks at Grebe Beach, Durgan, at 5:23pm yesterday (Monday May 29) and immediately attended along with the emergency services. Once on scene following assessment from attending Paramedics, we packaged the casualty into our stretcher and using the caterpillar technique, said a FCRT spokesman. Read...
The Sun Daily - Sport
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"We are walking on a lovely beach of white sand after having run barefoot over sharp and jagged rocks," wrote columnist Umberto Zapelloni in Monday's Gazzetta dello Sport. "These first six races of the season are worth as much as the arrival of an airplane for someone shipwrecked on a deserted island." The front page headline of the national sports daily was "Potere Rosso" (Red Power). The German's podium celebrations in Monaco were reminiscent of the glory years of the turn of the century when Schumacher dominated the Italian team and had everyone back at base singing to his tune. Vettel was the conductor as the Ferrari mechanics and engineers sang the Italian anthem. Kimi Raikkonen, rather like Schumacher's old team mate Rubens Barrichello, looked a lot less happy. "We got a lot of hard times last year and this year everything seems to be upside down - but the team is the same, the people are the same," Vettel told reporters.
Phys.Org
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When rocks get hot, they do what people do: shed a few layers.
Herald Courier
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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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ABC News - Entertainment
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The '90s boy band rocks out on "GMA" to their new single.
Techradar
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Herald Courier
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The Bolton News - Your Town
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THE first day of one of Bolton’s biggest music events is in full swing.
Sky News
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BLEEP. What's going on? And then panic. Oh, my God! The show is over, the lights are on and within seconds an explosion rocks the concert hall just as people start to head home
The Cornishman
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An elderly woman was rescued by lifeboat crews after getting cut off by the tide in Polperro. Looe RNLI was called at 4.18pm on Friday to the aid of the woman, who was stranded on rocks by the outer harbour. Read more: Dramatic scenes as fire takes hold in Penzance town centre The crews took the woman, believed to be 90 years old, and a man who had climbed over rocks to help her, aboard the Atlantic 85 lifeboat and took them back to the harbour steps. One of the lifeboats heads out. Pic:...
Sky News
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an explosion rocks the concert hall, just as people start to head home. Ladies and gentlemen... Organisers tried to calm them down. There's no problem here. Take your.
Washington Free Beacon
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This book begins with an "archaeological axiom": "One stone is a stone./ Two stones is a feature./ Three stones is a wall./ Four stones is a building./ Five stones is a palace./ (Six stones is a palace built by aliens.)" The word "aliens" takes a jab at Erich vonniken, whose 1968 book, Chariots of the Gods , theorizes that the Nazca Lines in Peru were made solely for the benefit of "ancient astronauts." "What is wrong," Cline quotes vonniken as writing, "with the idea that the lines were laid out to say to the gods': Land here! Everything has been prepared as you ordered!'" So very scientific! In fact the Nazcas and others made the lines by simply picking rocks up "to reveal the lighter-colored sand underneath" and no one knows for sure why. Various theories point to mapping constellations, tracking water sources, or carrying out religious rites on ceremonial paths.
The Iran Project
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So-called cooperation with Israelisecurity forces (read: terrorists) in the West Bank only assists in the brutal repression of the Palestinian people there, who, thanks partly to Mr. Abbas, are completely unarmed. And Israeli soldiers and settlers (again, terrorists), both heavily armed, routinely kill Palestinians with impunity, while Palestinian teens accused of throwing rocks at their oppressors are sentenced to up to 15 years in prison. This is not only apartheid, but a violation of international law. Mr. Trump is now in the Middle East, for photo-ops with both Messrs. Abbas and Netanyahu, and the public will, no doubt, hear more about his self-proclaimed brilliant deal-making capabilities. He will talk and ‘tweet’, and nothing will change. Palestine will remain occupied, with its citizens suffering horribly, as Israeli forces steal more land and natural resources, raid homes, arrest children and kill any Palestinian they choose.
Herald Courier
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Western Morning News
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Two young girls have been rescued after becoming stuck on rocks at high tide in Torquay.The girls could be seen trapped on rocks near Oddicombe beach. These pictures were taken by the Torbay Coastguard rescue team. The girls were told to 'stay put' while a rescue team climbed down to them on the rocks and walked them back to a safe place.Read next: North Devon nightclub closes after death of 15-year-old boy in MDMA drugs warningTorbay Coastguard said: We were tasked by Maritime and...
Sky News
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BLEEP. What's going on? And then panic. Oh, my God! The show is over, the lights are on and within seconds an explosion rocks the concert hall just as people start to head home
Sky News
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The show is over, the lights are on and within seconds an explosion rocks the concert hall just as people start to head home. Ladies and gentlemen, please take your time... Organisers try to calm them
The Bolton News
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THE first day of one of Bolton’s biggest music events is in full swing.
Sky News
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Oh, my God! At first, uncertainty. BLEEP. What's going on? And then panic. Oh, my God! The show is over, the lights are on and within seconds an explosion rocks the concert hall just as people start to head home
ITV4
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Sky News
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Oh, my God! The show is over, the lights are on and within seconds an explosion rocks the concert hall just as people start to head home
Daily Mail - Australia
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Jade Jagger enjoyed a down-to-earth lunch with a pal in London on Friday.