The Sun Daily - Sport
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But JP Duminy (28 not out) and AB de Villiers (27 not out) saw their side through to victory with 20.1 overs to spare. South Africa’s bowlers used the seamer-friendly conditions to maximum effect as England’s batsmen fell like skittles, the first six wickets all coming from pitched-up deliveries. Rabada had out of form Jason Roy caught in the slips by Amla in the opening over and Joe Root, Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler followed in quick succession to catches. Jonny Bairstow’s 51 saved England from the possibility of a worst ever ODI score. He struck eight fours off 67 deliveries, putting on 62 for the seventh wicket with David Willey and a further 52 with Roland-Jones, who was 37 not out at the end of the innings. Bairstow was stumped off spinner Kershav Maharaj and England still had just under 19 overs to bat when Steven Finn chipped the ball to midwicket and was the last man out.
BBC News 24
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the work to India, and that is at the root of the problems. One wonders if that can be true but there has been a massive IT failure. It is interesting in this piece from the Times, the BA chief Executive, when he finally did appear... It is not a good look at it takes that long. He said something.
Android Police
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In the wake of recent problems , a partial fix has been pushed for SuperSU. Root loss on older (pre-4.4/Kit Kat) phones should no longer be an issue. Unfortunately, this latest update doesn't fix the bootlooping some Sony Xperia phones are experiencing. If you're using SuperSU on one, you should continue to stick with 2.79 for now. In an update to his post on XDA, Chainfire announced that v2.82 should fix some of the problems users were experiencing. Read More SuperSU v2.82 update fixes most of the recent root problems, Xperia bootloops and other issues may remain was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
BBC Parliament
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extremism to see what else we can do to root out extremism and put legislation in place to make sure we take extremism and put legislation in place to make sure we take action to stop extremism taking root in our society. The problem with the manifesto is it now reads like a pre-Manchester manifesto
The Event Chronicle
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. Muslims are not all Wahhabists and the Middle East is also suffering.. Recently in Syria, Wahabist rebel forces who have been financed by the west, murdered more than 80 Syrian children. And now because of disastrous foreign policy decisions we are all living in this fear-based, order-out-of-chaos reality. We need to deal with the root of the problem.. The US and UK continue to create a neverending cycle of terrorism by financing, arming, strengthening and emboldening the same forces that they claim to be enemies with, while humanity is being divided by religion, and plurocratic kakistocracy looks down on us, laughing. In other world news, the US weapons deployed a 3rd aircraft carrier towards North Korea, and an ‘unsafeinterception by the Chinese of a US surveillance Also, an ‘unsafeinterception by the Chinese of a US surveillance plane.
Sky News
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The two quick wickets for Wayne Parnell as Eoin Morgan and Joe Root were sent back to the dressing room. Things got worse when Alex Hales went for two.
Radar Online
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PHOTOS: Kleaning Up Their Act? 12 Photos Of The Kardashians Without Makeup Think about Scott, Kourtney! Yeah! she shouted. An angry Kourtney immediately busted through the wood. It shouldn't be surprising to Kardashian fans that Kourtney would channel so much anger after hearing Scott's name. Her off-again baby daddy, 33, has been on a partying bender in Cannes , where he hooked up with countless women including actress Bella Thorne , 19, and stylist ex Chloe Bartoli — the woman who led to the couple's first big split in 2015. PHOTOS: The Kardashians20 Most Cringe-Worthy Sex Confessions After her firefighting drill, Kourtney admitted that Scott was at the root of her indecisive nature. Scott and I were very codependent, and I would just bounce every idea off of him, she told Khloe and Kim, 36. Also I'm just living a different life now, where doing more for myself is an option.
Sky News
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were 20-6 after half an hour. A breakthrough after five balls. Jason Roy out for four. The two quick wickets for Wayne Parnell, as Eoin Morgan and Joe Root were sent back to the dressing room
Sky News
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and Joe Root were sent back to the dressing room. Things got worse when Alex Hales went for two to Rabada and Jos.
BBC One West Midlands
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My wife keeps wondering, could she have done better than me? I mean, if she picked you purely romantically, instead of rigorously, you may not be the optimal. What she should have done is, if she could date 100 people in her lifetime, she takes the first square root of those, so, 10, dates and rejects them,.
BBC One East
15 hours
instead of rigorously, you may not be the optimal. What she should have done is, if she could date 100 people in her lifetime, she takes the first square root of those, so, 10, dates and rejects them, and then settles down with the next person who's better than the first 10 - and that is the optimal method to find, on average,.
Sky News
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one off Rabada. Jason Roy's struggles continued. The second over of the day saw Joe Root trapped by Parnell. Captain Eoin Morgan became Parnell's second victim. This was only the fourth over of the.
Sky News
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external parties or systems. No evidence of that. Can you state here and now that this will not happen again and that passengers will not be subject to this kind of debate? We are absolutely committed by the root causes of this particular event and we will make sure that nothing like this ever happens in British airway.
BBC News 24
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Here's how they went. Jason roy was dispatched in the first over and Joe Root not long after. England' s slow start proceeded to stutter and stall as skipper.
Sky News
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continued. The second over of the day saw Joe Root trapped by Parnell. Captain Eoin Morgan became Parnell's second victim. This was only the fourth over of the day and England were.
BBC News 24
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We'll start at Lords where England's batsmen are having a terrible time in the final one-day international against South Africa. Just have a look at this. At one point, England were 20 for 6 - losing all those wickets in the first half an hour of the match. Jason Roy, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Alex Hales, Jos Buttler and Adil Rashid tamely dismissed. Kagiso Rabada with four of those wickets
Sky News
17 hours
And they were seven for two when Wayne Parnell trapped Joe Root LBW for two
Voice Of America
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"I'm renewing my call for the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security to use their full powers to combat these attacks and their root causes," he said.
BBC Radio Ulster
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interlink at around 15 he was a friend of Loyalist Geordie Gilmore who was killed as part of paramilitary feud in March which is Morgan has more details because of work was busy with shoppers when a gunman opened fire its reported that a number of shots were fired paramedics perform CPR on the victim for around 45 minutes he was taken to hospital reviews pronounced dead Stuart Kerr was working in the supermarket at the time we went at the front and there is confusion really is no one knew what was up with in the one you what has happened and then through the root word of someone getting shot and then that's whenever we were brought back inside detective some launch the murder investigation under appealing for witnesses to contact them detective something granted more time to question of.
Sky News
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It is about getting the balance right, home and abroad and the International aid budget is incredibly important to try and reach out to countries across the word to give investment advice and root out terrorism before it even starts. Things like that is the right balance that that is what the Liberal Democrats want to pursue
Sky News
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Appalling, horrific attack that happened this week. Your party previously called for the Prevent Strategy to be scrapped. That's trying to root out radicalism in communities. Tim Farron has called for the rolling back of things like CCTV. In light of what has happened this week is it the time for the Lib.
Al Jazeera
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This has compelled restaurants, food growers and the retail market to pay attention. Fern Potter, a global digital partner at Carat, a digital and media solutions company, says that a change in the consumer mindset - from putting their trust in the government, to advertising and marketers and now, each other through social media - in combination with the rise and rise in the popularity of social media has resulted in this trend movement. She also emphasises the importance of companies factoring in social media at the very root of the supply chain to better understand what consumers want is the key to success moving forward, "There's a definite need for businesses and companies to look into that data, to look at trends and targeting of how they can reach consumers and audiences in real-time, like never before. It can also inform new product development, the desires and wants of the consumers and how they're talking and sharing photos of food and how they're interacting with that presence online.
Al Jazeera
2 days
Fern Potter, a global digital partner at Carat, a digital and media solutions company, says that a change in the consumer mindset - from putting their trust in the government, to advertising and marketers and now, each other through social media - in combination with the rise and rise in the popularity of social media has resulted in this trend movement. She also emphasises the importance of companies factoring in social media at the very root of the supply chain to better understand what consumers want is the key to success moving forward, "There's a definite need for businesses and companies to look into that data, to look at trends and targeting of how they can reach consumers and audiences in real-time, like never before. It can also inform new product development, the desires and wants of the consumers and how they're talking and sharing photos of food and how they're interacting with that presence online.
Al Jazeera
2 days
Fern Potter, a global digital partner at Carat, a digital and media solutions company, says that a change in the consumer mindset - from putting their trust in the government, to advertising and marketers and now, each other through social media - in combination with the rise and rise in the popularity of social media has resulted in this trend movement. She also emphasises the importance of companies factoring in social media at the very root of the supply chain to better understand what consumers want is the key to success moving forward, "There's a definite need for businesses and companies to look into that data, to look at trends and targeting of how they can reach consumers and audiences in real-time, like never before. It can also inform new product development, the desires and wants of the consumers and how they're talking and sharing photos of food and how they're interacting with that presence online.