Voice Of America
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Ninth Circuit A week after U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued the stay in Hawaii, the administration has yet to appeal it. The Hawaii appeal would have to be made to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld a stay on the first travel order. Rather than pursue that case in the appeals court, Trump signed the second travel order March 6. The second order barred the issuance of new visas for 90 days to people from six countries: Somalia, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen. Iraq, which had been on the list in the first travel order, was omitted because it agreed to stricter vetting. Like the first travel order, the second one barred refugee admissions for 120 days, but it did not ban Syrian refugees indefinitely, as the first one did. Critics of the first travel order, who said it amounted to a Muslim ban, were not appeased by the new version.
Western Daily Press
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A six figure sum paid by a national supermarket chain to Somerset County Council Highways to improve the road and pavements near its new store has not been used. Lidl paid £100,000 to Highways for improvements to the junction on Lysander Road, in Yeovil, and it also included upgrades to Toucan crossings, footpaths, cycleways and a new bus stop. The store was approved in March 2016 and it opened in December 2016. Nearly four months later and no work has been carried out. There is also...
France 24
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Sky News
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here in large numbers and West Midlands Police working with the Metropolitan Police, going into this building. A number of arrests were made. We know this is one of six properties in Birmingham, London and other locations as yet unnamed
BBC News 24
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the area closed off for more than two hours. Hundreds of detectives have worked through the night and we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests. The inquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country continue
Sky News
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Hundreds of detectives have been working through the night. During that time I can confirm we have searched six addresses, and made seven arrests. The enquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country are continuing
BBC News 24
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Hundreds of detectives have been working through the night, and during that time I can confirm we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests. The enquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country are continuing. In the past hour, the second victim is named as mother Aysha Frade
The Sun Daily
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Meanwhile, an attack close to Britain's Parliament, which killed five people, did not affect Asian equity markets, including that of Malaysia. Among heavyweights, IHH Healthcare fell one sen to RM5.99 while Maxis and Axiata declined six sen each to RM6.37 and RM5, respectively. Of other heavyweights, Maybank added six sen to RM9 while TNB and Public Bank were both flat at RM13.72 and RM19.96, respectively. Of the actives, Efficiente E-Solutions rose 21 sen to 50 sen, Dataprep added three sen to 65 sen and Green Packet was 6.5 sen to 36 sen. The FBM Emas Index increased 8.98 points to 12,381.11, FBMT100 Index rose 6.1 points to 12,031.64, and the FBM Emas Syariah Index was 11.01 points better at 12,796.91. The FBM 70 inched up 64.13 points to 14,494.95 and the FBM Ace surged 190.48 points to 5,776.55. Sector-wise, the Finance Index gained 2.51 points to 15,767.
Ashford Herald
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A man who held his ex-girlfriend prisoner for six hours and repeatedly assaulted her at a flat in Margate has been jailed for three years and one month.Jak Barrow, 24, of no fixed address, refused to let his former partner leave during an ordeal in which he kicked, punched and bit her, dragged her by her hair and held a knife to her throat. The incident happened in Trinity Square between 10.30pm on Wednesday, September 28 2016 and 4.30am the following day.Read more: A parent has been jailed...
Ashford Herald
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Following a six-year campaign, the future of the historic Margate Caves is finally secure thanks to a £1million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).The Margate Caves Community Education Trust confirmed today (March 23) that the historic attraction would receive a £1,115,700 cash injection.The huge grant adds to the £420,000 in funds already granted to the project by the Big Lottery Fund last year. The Trust will also launch a crowdfunding campaign today to support a...
Ashford Herald
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A man who held his ex-girlfriend prisoner for six hours and repeatedly assaulted her at a flat in Margate has been jailed for three years and one month.Jak Barrow, 24, of no fixed address, refused to let his former partner leave during an ordeal in which he kicked, punched and bit her, dragged her by her hair and held a knife to her throat. The incident happened in Trinity Square between 10.30pm on Wednesday, September 28 2016 and 4.30am the following day.Read more: A parent has been jailed...
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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Five people have died of chickenpox complications at the Allied Hospital during the last three weeks. According to information, six children are being treated at the hospital and there are reports of many cases in other hospitals of Faisalabad. Last year, 25 patients had been admitted to the Allied Hospital and one patient died of chickenpox in August. Official figures say that from Jan 1 to March 19, the Allied Hospital had received 17 patients. Six patients died of the disease this year, one left the hospital against the medical advice, four were discharged and six are still admitted. ...
Sky News
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to harvest whatever intelligence we can from that particular event. What then happens is the follow-up across the UK. Mark Rowley made a statement this morning setting up what happened overnight. Six raids and seven.
Ruptly TV
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Mark Rowley, Metropolitan Police's senior anti-terror officer, announced that six addresses were raided and seven people arrested in connection to yesterday’s Houses of Parliament attack, during an address to press, Thursday outside New Scotland Yard, London. "Hundreds of detectives have been working through the night and during that time I can confirm that we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests, the enquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country are continuing,” stated Rowley. Continuing, Rowley noted that “this attacker acted alone and was inspired by international terrorism.” On the victims, Rowley said “There is currently only four dead and 29 people were treated in hospital, we are also still collating numbers of walking wounded, sadly seven of those in hospital are still in critical condition.” Video ID: 20170323 010 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
BBC News 24
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who was protecting Parliament, two members of the public, a woman in her mid-40s and a man in his mid-50s. The fourth man of course was the terrorist who was shot mid-50s. The fourth man of course was the terrorist who was shot dead by armed police at the scene. Hundreds of detectives have been working through the night, and during that time I can confirm we have searched six.
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The Herald - Rugby
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FRASER Brown is free to play for Scotland against Italy on Saturday after a Six Nations disciplinary committee decided the hooker should receive no further punishment for his yellow-card offence against England four days ago. Brown could have been suspended if the panel had agreed with the citing commissioner that the late tackle for which he was sin-binned was a red-card offence.
The Herald
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Western Daily Press
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A six figure sum paid by a national supermarket chain to Somerset County Council Highways to improve the road and pavements near its new store has not been used. Lidl paid £100,000 to Highways for improvements to the junction on Lysander Road, in Yeovil, and it also included upgrades to Toucan crossings, footpaths, cycleways and a new bus stop. The store was approved in March 2016 and it opened in December 2016. Nearly four months later and no work has been carried out. There is also...
The Week
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At least 33 people killed in strike on school used near Islamic State-held town in Raqqa, says monitor One-Minute Read Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 9:03am See related Syrian Civil War: Six years on Islamic State retakes Palmyra in Syria Russia begins military withdrawal from Syria A US-led coalition air strike has reportedly killed dozens of civilians sheltering in a school near the Syrian city of Raqqa. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 33 people died in Wednesday's attack on the small town of Mansoura, many of whom had fled fighting in other parts of the country. A witness told The Guardian : "Most of these people, maybe all of them, had taken shelter in this building from the fighting and the planes. They were hiding for their lives." The Pentagon confirmed that US warplanes targeting Islamic State militants were active in the area where the attack took place, but said reports of civilian deaths were still under investigation.
BBC News 24
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detectives have worked through the night and we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests. The inquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country continue. It is our belief that this attacker acted alone and.
Daily Mail - Home
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Germany, Spain and Switzerland have confirmed they will not introduce a ban on large electronics from cabins on flights from six terror hotspots in the Middle East and North Africa.
BBC News 24
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in the north times. Still windy. North of that, in the north Midlands and Wales, into northern England, in the north Midlands and Wales, into northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland, it will be a cold night. Temperatures you can see represent what you can expect in towns and cities. In represent what you can expect in towns and cities. In rural parts of Northern Ireland and also Scotland, we are looking Northern Ireland and also Scotland, we are looking at lower Northern Ireland and also Scotland, we are looking at lower values of minus six to minus eight. Tomorrow, we'll have some frost. Equally, we'll have sunshine to start the day
BBC News 24
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man in his mid-50s. The fourth man was the terrorist shot dead by armed police at the scene. Hundreds of detectives have worked through the night and during that time we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests. The inquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country continue. It is our.