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FANS are begging for Arsenal to make an announcement on Arsene Wenger's future following their FA Cup semi-final win.
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The Iran Project
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Press TV- Iran says it expects France’s Total to finalize an agreement over the development of a key natural gas project in the country’s south in less than a month. Amirhossein Zamaniniya, Iran’s deputy petroleum minister for international affairs and trading, was quoted by domestic media as saying that Total had been waiting to see whether there would be any “positive developments” in Washington toward the renewal of sanctions against Iran before proceeding with the development of South Pars Phase 11. “Those developments took place and Total will continue negotiating with Iran toward a final agreement over the project,” Zamaniniya told Iran’s ISNA news agency. “This will depend on how prepared Iran would be and how long it would take to write the text of the deal. I dont think it would take longer than a month.” Last year, Total signed a basic deal with NIOC to develop Phase 11 of Iran's South Pars gas zone in cooperation with China’s CNPC and Iran’s Petropars.
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Released in the wake of the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, its express goal was to "inspire, innovate and discover" public enthusiasm for space policy. It shifted Nasa's focus away from the space science missions it had been concentrating on (like the Hubble Space Telescope ) and back towards exploration, with the ultimate objective of a manned mission landing humans on Mars in the 2030s. The 2010 launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket heralded a new era of spaceflight. Credit: SpaceX When Barack Obama ascended to the presidency in 2009, he came with his own set of priorities, set out in a 2010 policy speech at the Kennedy Space Centre. His proposals increased Nasa funding, signed off on the development of a new heavy-lift rocket, and predicted a crewed orbital Mars mission by the mid-2030s. However, it also scrapped the behind-schedule Constellation Program , which was the United States' foremost plan to get humans back to the Moon and eventually to Mars.
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A dairy farmer from Hayle has signed up to take on the world's longest and toughest horse race a derby across 1,000km of east Asian terrain. Paul Richards, 59, a dairy farmer from Hayle, will be taking part in the Mongol Derby and is raising funds for Children's Hospice South West (CHSW). Paul is a fourth-generation dairy farmer and has signed up to take on the 9th Mongol Derby across 1,000km of Mongolian steppe. Paul is the first Cornishman to ever be selected for the derby and...
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Last week, for example, it was revealed that the NSA identified holes in Microsoft’s Windows software and then exploited these vulnerabilities instead of warning the company and its customers. Earlier in April, President Donald Trump signed legislation that voided privacy rules preventing Internet service providers from selling the browsing history of their customers without their consent. In fact, unless you have taken extraordinary steps, either the government or at least one corporation (and probably both) know that you are reading this article right now. There is a bit of a silver lining. Just as new technologies have allowed those in power to invade your privacy and gobble up massive amounts of data about your life, they also give you the means to expose them. You can turn the tables by keeping an eye on the powerful. Bad cops dont want you to record them.
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You mentioned I signed out how Einstein's brain works. Do you see any similarities? LAUGHTER Well, you both have brains. Yours is alive. OK. And certainly.
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KOTA BARU: The High Court here today ruled that an area covering 9,300ha at Pos Belatim, Gua Musang, should remain as Orang Asli customary land. When handing down the decision, Judge Datuk Zainal Azman Ab Aziz also revoked an agreement signed by the Kelantan government to develop a 1,000ha site in the area for the "Ladang Rakyat" project. He ordered the Kelantan government and the State Land and Mines Department, who were named the respondents, to carry out a mapping of the area, and gave them a month from today to do so. He also ordered the respondents to pay costs of RM50,000 to the three plaintiffs, Rosli Along, Angah Along and Hassan Alang. In 2011, the three men, representing the Orang Asli community in Pos Belatim, filed an application for a certiorari order for the court to revoke the state government's decision in allowing part of the land occupied by the Orang Asli for development of the Ladang Rakyat project.
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The coronation will officially marks the beginning of the country's reign under Sultan Muhammad V as the 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong where the ceremony will be steeped in Royal Malay customs and tradition. According to the Assistant Grand Chamberlain at the Istana Negara, Azuan Effendy Zairakithnaini, the date for the tomorrow's coronation ceremony was chosen by His Majesty himself after receiving advice from the ulama and mufti. He said the date coincided with a big event in Islam, the Israq and Mikraj (journey and ascension of Prophet Muhammad). The ceremony, which can be witnessed only once in five years, will begin at 9.30am tomorrow and will be broadcast live by Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM). Sultan Muhammad V had taken his oath of office and signed the letter of appointment during a ceremony held on Dec 13 last year. With the installation of Sultan Muhammad V tomorrow, His Majesty will be the second Kelantan Sultan to reign as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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Six years ago, 194 countries signed on to the Global Vaccine Action Plan, an international campaign to provide children and adults around the world with access to life-saving vaccines. The goal of the program is to prevent millions of people from getting vaccine-preventable diseases by the time it ends in 2020. The idea is to provide universal access to vaccines to protect people of all ages, from the very young to the very old. Dr. Flavia Bustreo, is the assistant director-general for Family, Women’s and Children’s Health at the World Health Organization. “Immunization and vaccines are the most powerful public health tools that we have currently, “ she said. Millions of children saved Bustreo says 35 years ago, 13 million children lost their lives from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines. She says that number has been reduced to 6 million, but 6 million is still too high.
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No wonder, then, that although Tillerson has announced a review period for the nuclear deal, the present attacks on the deal signify a major offensive against it, which runs contrary to the attitude of Europeans and others, who praise the agreement and have vowed to stick with it. Even Mr. Tillerson himself signed to a recent G-7 statement on the nuclear deal that characterizes it as a non-proliferation plus. Yet, excelling in the art of self-reversal without raising an eyebrow, Tillerson has now pretty much condemned the deal with his incendiary rhetoric that is a throwback to Bush's axis of evil, in other words, a giant leap backward. Should this pattern of policy continue, the end result will be outsourcing the administration's Iran policy in the hands of hawkish members of Congress, who are on record adamantly opposing the nuclear deal from the outset.
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If you aren't aware of Harry Matcalfe, he's the original founder of EVO magazine and one of the biggest car enthusiasts in the world. He also has one of the best car collections in the world, in terms of enthusiast classics rather than expensive supercars, and has a YouTube channel where he features some of his own cars and some others. In this latest video, he drives a 1989 BMW E30 M3 Roberto Ravaglia Edition similar to the E30 M3 he used to own back in 1989. The Roberto Ravaglia Edition was developed to honored the Touring Car driver of the same name to who won many Touring races in the E30 M3. The only real differences between the standard car and the Roberto Ravaglia Edition were the color scheme, which on this particular car was Nogaro Silver Metallic over a grey interior, a body-color painted valve cover on the engine and a signed number plate on the interior.