Sky News
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affect child sexual exploitation, gangs, drugs, crime all of those thing. If we start working on those social issues more I think you're going to find that we have healthier societies and healthier communities that are much more resilient when.
The Economic Times
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Your flat's maintenance charge could go up from July when GST kicks inThe existing rate of 15.55% on maintenance charges will be replaced by 18% which will be applicable on housing societies having annual corpus of Rs 20 Lakh.
BBC News 24
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Committee pointed out. But they're targeting young girls at a pop concert because they hate our values, they said they hate secular, liberal societies. It's not foreign policy?.
BBC Two England
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However, later, he faced a grilling on the BBC from Andrew Neil. They're targeting young girls at a pop concert because they hate our values. They said they hate secular, liberal societies. It's not foreign policy. I agree they hate those liberal values, they hate the idea of women being able to enjoy.
BBC News 24
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They are causing damage inside our societies. It was from the Beeston area of Leeds that Mohammed Sidique Khan emerged to plant death and destruction in London on the 7th of July, 2005
BBC One Wales
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But they're targeting young girls at a pop concert because they hate our values, they said they hate secular, liberal societies. It's not foreign policy? I agree, they hate those liberal values, they hate the idea of women.
Design Milk - Art
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Taking the idea of all people are connected by at least six steps or less from each other, artist Charles Kalpakian was inspired to create his latest collection, Six Degrees of Separation. This collection approaches the idea through different frameworks — and uses objects rather than people or living things. He gives nod to Brutalist, Monumentalist, and Constructivist design and the objects all have twisted, connected, tubular forms that create networks, similar to societies. The collection shows how, even though these design styles may seem very different at first glance, they are still very interconnected through broader design elements. Six Degrees of Separation includes side tables, a mirrored console, wall appliqués, and a desk/console. All sculptural, all made of wood, and each can be customized. Six Degrees of Separation is currently being exhibited at Joy Mardini Design Gallery in Beirut.
Open Culture
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In Finland, says the Minister of Education, “all the schools are equal. You never ask where the best school is.” It’s also illegal in Finland to profit from schooling. Wealthy parents have to ensure that neighborhood schools can give their kids the best education possible, because they are the only option. Many people in the U.S. object to comparisons like Moore’s by noting that societies like Finland are “homogenous” next to what seems to them like maddening diversity in the U.S. However, Finland has incorporated, though not without controversy, large immigrant and refugee populations —even as its schools continue to improve. The government has responded in part to the influx of a migrant population with educational initiatives such as this one , a “national initiative to reinforce Finnish higher education institutions (HEIs) as significant stakeholders in migrantsintegration.
The Sun Daily
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GEORGE TOWN: The People's Alternative Party (PAP) today urged the Registrar of Societies (RoS) to immediately resolve the investigation on the DAP to determine the status of the party before the next general election (GE). PAP vice-chairman Rahmad Isahak said the investigation had been going on for so long to the extent of exceeding three years and this should not have happened unless the DAP had usurped the powers of the RoS. He claimed that the status of the DAP's Central Executive Committee (CEC) which had yet to receive recognition reflected as though the RoS was not professional in carrying out the investigation on the party. "The DAP is a political party that frequently posed problems to the country especially concerning racial harmony and at the same time involved some confusion to the Islamic religion. "The PAP also urges the RoS to state the position of the DAP before the process of registering Pakatan Harapan under a single logo, otherwise the PAP would protest against the application," he told reporters, here today.
BBC News 24
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that the people in any city, town or village in Britain, would have responded in exactly the same way. It is these people who are the strokes and the heart of our societies. -- strengths. They are the country we love and seek to serve. That is the solidarity that defines the country
BBC Parliament
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because you say a quarter of Muslim women don't speak English. How would you change that? Well, it's a very difficult problem to solve, you can't compel people to do what they don't want to do and if there are male dominated societies that isolate themselves within our own wider culture it's going to be very difficult. Obviously over time I imagine there will be greater integration, but we need to have a much greater urgency about this
Voice Of America
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Her effort met with 30,000 protesters in December. Same-sex marriages would cost the government extra benefit payouts if one person died and the other had no child for support, opponents say. Adult children often care for their parents in ethnic Chinese societies such as Taiwan’s. Any children would lack understanding of the gender not represented by their parents, some believe, while same-sex couples might depend heavily on adoptions, a trend they call unfair to those children. About 5 percent of Taiwanese identify themselves as Christians. “In the legislature, a lot of lawmakers are elected by district, so of course they will feel the pressure,” Yu said. “Therefore I think there’s still a ways to go before our bill as submitted to legislators can be voted on.”
Sky News
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have lots of student societies that enable and facilitate discussions around faith in that capacity. I think in terms of this particular case, at this stage, I think the investigating authorities.
BBC News 24
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and all other countries. We go through these criteria in great detail. A lot of public consultation as well, with lots of societies and organisations. I don't think we have compromised, we are rather transparent about it. A final thought on the international context
BBC News 24
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I don't think we have. We apply those principles for central Asian countries and all other countries. We go through these criteria in great detail. A lot of public consultation as well, with lots of societies and organisations. I don't think we have compromised, we are rather transparent about it
BBC Radio Wales
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and I also wondered of the Volturi the extreme right so raises tremendously so that they can tell they call revisionist look to know if the Europeans are a sister Jennifer's didn't like you there is no future for you inside of Milton together being integrated in European societies you have to claim to your atavistic describe identity which we are going to define so this is the major challenges and look at what happened in France because it's only extend the French intelligence agencies were able to foil and most of the attacks that took place so that it were planned since July 2016 and it is now at war with islamist terror.
BBC News 24
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with lots of societies and organisations. I don't think we have compromised, we are rather transparent about it. A final thought on the international context. In the early 1990s, the West thought they had won the sort of values battle and the economic battle,.
Voice Of America
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“We think that the costs are so high for the military that we dont have the means to cater to the means of people. The effects of societies of war are that they migrate by need. And ecologically, we misuse national resources such as minerals and energy and dig oils to keep the military machine going.” The U.S. president had called NATOobsolete” during his campaign, but said in April that NATO has been the “bulwark of international peace and security.” Left-wing French politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who wanted France to leave NATO, received close to 20 percent of the vote during the first round of presidential elections there a month ago; a study by the U.S.-based Pew Research Center, however, shows citizens of most NATO countries are in favor of the military alliance. Ann Wright is a retired U.S. army colonel and former diplomat. She resigned over the Iraq war in 2003 and is now part of Veterans for Peace.
BBC Radio London
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is killers and extremists and yes loses they are losers with existence societies women's drive them out and never ever let them back in a minute silence was held across the UK this morning in memory of the 22 people who were killed London is gathered in Trafalgar Square in Manchester 2004 in St Annes Square the former boxer Ricky Hatton to graph in Greater Manchester joint them much 125 there that I said in fact the night before my ex girlfriend ever the night before the next face of 24 hours Mike it's got a lot of the Mum it's just a tragic event you know Manchester United are the biggest city out there but everyone Manchester of done after this Avenue.
BBC Radio Scotland
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river which still um well over 200 years ago was inaccessible to summon know why does this matter will it benefit local Communities definitely the great thing about this work is it it's not simply about improving environment for the environment steak healthy Communities and healthy societies relying healthy environments so there's a huge Economic and societal benefit I mean understand itself salmon brings a huge amount of economy and of the country and that as well known and some the big rivers in East Coast and we can open up some of these areas with her previously and it says what does a minute singing any huge potential in terms of the Phantom associated with salmon fishing and how do you improve water quality is it what sort of mass operation to clean up the river or is it an ongoing process it's an ongoing process that you really have to understand the current condition of the river and then your day.
BBC News 24
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unite in finding, exposing and removing these killers and extremists. And yes, losers. They are losers. Wherever they exist in our societies,.
Sky News
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Wherever they exist in our societies, we must try them out, and never ever let them back in. This call for driving out terrorism is a message I took to a historic gathering of Arab and Muslim leaders
ScienceDaily
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BBC News 24
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Do you think it is counter-productive? I think there is a risk of it, no one can know for sure. Nobody wants to create unnecessary damage. What matters is that people do feel alienated. There are many different people across different societies,.