Mental Floss
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It's signed by Alexander Fleming himself.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Breitbart News
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Daily Star - Football
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VICTOR MOSES has signed a fresh contract with Chelsea, but how much will he earn?
TIME - Top Stories
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President Trump has delayed the announcement of a new version of his travel ban , after his first address to Congress was warmly received. The new travel ban was due to be signed Wednesday but some thought it would have distracted from the well-received speech, CNN reports. We want the (executive order) to have its own moment,' a White House official told CNN. The original travel ban barred citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. It was suspended by a federal judge after a lawsuit from Washington state and Minnesota, which alleged that it amounted to religious discrimination. White House policy adviser Stephen Miller has said the new ban will address some of the very technical issues brought up by the court, but will have the same basic policy outcome. The Associated Press reported that Iraq may be dropped from the list of seven countries, Syrian refugees will no longer be barred indefinitely and the ban will no longer have an explicit exemption for religious minorities, which critics had argued was designed to prioritize Christians while excluding Muslims.
Voice Of America
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The original order caused chaos at airports as travelers, including legal permanent residents known as green card holders, were temporarily prevented from entering the country. Pence said the revised order "should be out within the next few days." The administration has said the new order may exclude permanent residents, which would make it more difficult for opponents to challenge it. A White House source had previously said the new order was likely to be signed on Wednesday, but a senior administration official told CNN the signing was delayed to prevent undercutting the favorable reaction Trump expected to receive after delivering his first address to Congress. Trump addressed a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, and his speech generally has been well received.
TIME - Top Stories
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Beijing Bulletin
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PanARMENIAN.Net - Colombia's FARC rebels say they will begin laying down their arms later on Wednesday, March 1 as agreed in a peace deal signed in November, according to BBC News. FARC leader Ivan M
OK!
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MintPress News
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In this photo taken Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, solar panels at a solar power farm soaks in the sun in northwestern China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region. (AP/Ng Han Guan) Carbon emissions from China’s energy sector stalled last year for the third year running — as coal use fell again and solar deployment nearly doubled. The newly released government figures, analyzed by Greenpeace , also suggest that emissions are on track to fall this year by around 1%. That would make it the longest stretch of stable or falling emissions on record — with 2014 the first year that China’s CO2 emissions failed to rise, and 2015 the year in which they fell by the largest amount . The dramatic energy change in China has helped halt the rise of global CO2 emissions for the first time since the first climate change treaty was signed almost three decades ago. It comes as President Donald Trump considers moves to abandon US climate commitments and back renewed investment in coal power.
Daily Express - Sports
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Plymouth Herald
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The Cornishman
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Western Morning News
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The Iran Project
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Daily Star - Football
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BBC One Northern Ireland
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Now a signed news summary with Adam McCormick. A judge has ruled that companies which are receiving a subsidy from the renewable heat initiative can be named by the Department for the Economy. He also said that individuals receiving money from the scheme can only be named after consideration of concerns they may have about publication.
The Iran Project
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BBC One London
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At six days old doctors discovered she had badly ruptured her intestine and her parents were told she needed life-saving surgery. We knew she would not survive if she did not have it so it was like, she might not survive with surgery but she definitely will not survive without it, so we signed on the dotted line and we waited.
BBC One Wales
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BBC One Yorkshire
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There's something really gone out of hand around here. Tim Wells has lived in the town for years. The petition he started to reopen the station has been signed more than 700 times. The people who are going to cause the trouble think, well, it's going to be 30 minutes to get a police officer into Dinnington from Maltby, so, they're less concerned about being caught.
Newsy
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BBC Parliament
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I give way. As my right honourable friend will be aware the Government signed a devolution deal with Cornwall in 2015 to give Cornwall Council bus franchising powers. Does he agree in a historic that has suffered from poor public transport this will they are proceeding in that county without seeking to use those pub is, precisely because they have forged a better and stronger partnership with local bus companies and that is my point.