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event to recognise their bravery. Two of those three remain in a serious condition. Mr Speaker, the attacker then left the vehicle and approached a police officer at carriage Gates, attacking that officer with a large knife, before he was shot dead by an armed police officer
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The Iran Project
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On the other hand, flourishing the Iranian market and luring the European companies to cooperate with the Iranian side, have forced the European governments to approach Iran. Also, several trade European delegations and high-ranking officials have recently traveled to Iran. Europeans even have declared that if America withdraws from the signatory countries of JCPOA, they would remain committed to the historical deal. In Feb 2017, the European Union (EU) and the United Nationsnuclear agency have reaffirmed their support for the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and six other countries. But this convergence was more lip service than action because the European banks and big corporations refused serious cooperation with Iran. Under pressure of US, the European companies are afraid of boosting ties with Iran due to heavy American penalties. And the US has not yet removed its sanctions against Iran.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance after being brought down from a roof.He was eventually brought down with assistance from the fire brigade at around 1.15am on Tuesday, March 21, after being up there since Monday morning.READ MORE: Scene of devastation on A15 as two cars collide in serious crashHe was taken into police custody and police say the matter was resolved peacefully.He was later taken into the care of medical professionals.READ...
Politico
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Open Culture
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I joke, but apparently Dr. Reil was in earnest when he wrote in an 1803 manual for the treatment of mental illness that patients could “be placed so that they are sitting in direct view of the cat’s expressions when the psychiatrist plays a fugue.” A bafflingly cruel and nonsensical experiment, and we might rejoice to know it probably never took place. But the bizarre idea of the cat piano, or Katzenklavier , did not spring from the weird delusions of one sadistic psychiatrist. It was supposedly invented by German polymath and Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher (16021680), who has been called “the last Renaissance man” and who made pioneering discoveries in the fields of microbiology, geology, and comparative religion. He was a serious scholar and a man of science. Maybe the Katzenklavier was intended as a sick joke that others took seriously—and for a very long time at that.
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In a report cited in December by the Financial Times daily, the EU's border control agency Frontex raised the possibility that traffickers were putting migrants out to sea in collusion with the private ships that recover them and bring them to Italy "like taxis". The allegation was slammed by MSF as "extremely serious and harmful". It said the NGOs were "not the cause but a response" to a humanitarian crisis, and had been forced to act because Frontex was failing to prevent migrant deaths at sea. Despite rough winter seas, the departures from Libya have continued unabated. Over 5,000 migrants have been saved since Sunday, bringing the number brought to Italy since the start of 2017 to over 21,000, a sharp rise on the same period in previous years. — AFP
Daily Mail - Home
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TIME - Global Spin
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As things stand, neither diplomacy nor sanctions seem likely to derail the Norths nuclear program. So regime change looks more and more attractive. But better that it come from within. Given Kims reckless habitsdrinking and driving are two of his favorite pastimesa self-inflicted biological solution is more than possible. So is the chance that an insider will finally get angry enough to take him out, never mind the consequences. Treverton, the former chair of the U.S. National Intelligence Council, is executive adviser to SM&A Corporation China needs to get serious By Victor Cha For decades, China has played a smoke-and-mirrors game on North Korea that traps the U.S. in doomed negotiations that spare Beijing a near-term crisis on its border, but kicks the can down the road on the larger problem. Chinas gambit has undercut U.
Plymouth Herald
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Lancashire Telegraph
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THE mother of a teenager left with serious injuries from the London terror attack has admitted her son is "extremely lucky" to be alive.
Daily Mail - Home
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Andreea Cristea, 29, who is in a serious condition today after being rescued alive - was visiting London from Romania with her fiancé, engineer Andrei Burnaz, to celebrate his birthday tomorrow.
Daily Mail - Home
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Andreea Cristea, 29, who is in a serious condition today after being rescued alive - was visiting London from Romania with her fiancé, engineer Andrei Burnaz, to celebrate his birthday tomorrow.
BBC Parliament
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Koreans, one German, one Polish person, one Irish, one Chinese, one Italian, one American and two Greeks. We are in close contact with the governments of the country of those affected. The injured also included three police officers who were returning from an event to recognise their bravery. Two of those three remain in a serious condition
Sky News
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and two Greeks. -- one Pole. The injured also included three police officers who were returning from an event to recognise their bravery. Two of those three remain in a serious condition. The attacker then left the vehicle and approached a police officer at carriage Gates
BBC News 24
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German, one Polish person, one Irish, one Chinese, one Italian, one American and two Greeks and we are in contact with the countries of those affected. The injured included three police officers who were returning from an event to recognise their bravery. Two of those three remain in a serious condition. The attacker then.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The government today said it was working on steps to reduce India's dependence on large scale import of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), as members in Rajya Sabha expressed concern over the issue. Responding to the concerns during the Zero Hour, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said huge imports of pharmaceutical raw materials was a matter of serious concern. She said the government was fully seized of the issue of the country's dependence on import of APIs and that inbound shipments "are coming from a particular country and as a result, (there are) national security concerns". "We are quite seized of the matter. Quite a few discussions are happening and let me place on record, the Prime Minister himself has sat with many of us and had discussions. "There is some work going on it. I may not be able to go into the details at the moment.
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Fast Company
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It's the biggest cosmetics brand in the world, and it's out to prove that businesses in any sector can make conscious choices to cut their environmental footprint. It's the biggest cosmetics brand in the world, and it's out to prove that businesses in any sector can make conscious choices to cut their environmental footprint. Valued at $13.69 billion and employing around 78,000 people worldwide, the L'Oréal Group is the largest and most profitable company in the cosmetics industry. Between 2005 and 2016, it increased production volume across its 34 brands by 29%. But in the same time frame, the company reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 67%. "We are really serious about sustainability across all of our products and services," Alexandra Palt, L'Oréal's chief sustainability officer, tells Fast Company . And that commitment, she adds, can go hand in hand with economic success. Read Full Story
ABC News - Virginia
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A man who allegedly hit and tried to drown a police dog in a creek as it pursued him in Melbourne's north last night is arrested after seeking treatment for serious dog bites.
Voice Of America
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“It’s not immediately clear what led to the increase, but it could be because people have become more emboldened, because of some of the things we see nationally,” said Washington Police Chief Peter Newsham. President Donald Trump has condemned the intimidation, saying he hopes the threats subside. “Recent threats targeting Jewish community centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries remind us that while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms,” Trump said during a February address to Congress and the nation. Americans concerned The level of hatred and prejudice is concerning to a majority of Americans, according to a new public opinion poll. A Quinnipiac University survey shows that 77 percent of voters say prejudice against minority groups in the United States is a “very serious” or “somewhat serious” problem.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A 61-year-old woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a crash on the A15. She was flown to Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham after a collision involving a Nissan Micra and a Kia Sorento towing a caravan on Wednesday, March 22 between the Holdingham roundabout and the A153 roundabout. A couple from Leicestershire, who were in the Kia, were treated at Lincoln County Hospital for less serious injuries. READ MORE: Scene of devastation on A15 as two...
Plymouth Herald
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