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Part of a Hampshire city centre has been sealed off due to a bomb alert causing travel chaos.
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A DEVELOPMENT for nearly 100 homes in a Hampshire village which was refused, could still be pushed through.
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More than one million passengers suffered major disruption on Wednesday as combined Tube and rail strikes hit services across large parts of London and the south of England.
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RISING Bashley (Rydal) star Brad Currie will concentrate on getting good A-level results – before embarking on the next step of his cricket career with Surrey.
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Part of a Hampshire city centre has been sealed off due to a bomb alert causing travel chaos.
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NINE families have moved into the first new homes in the largest development of council housing in the New Forest for more than 20 years.
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A HAMPSHIRE man has been jailed for 18 weeks for breaking a restraining order.
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A would-be thief has been arrested after he spent hours trying but failing to cut into bank cash machines with welding equipment in a city in southern China, Chinese media reported. The man, whose full name was not given, used welding guns and torches to try steal money from three ATMs in Guilin in the Guangxi region on Lunar New Years Eve, the local newspaper Nanguo Zaobao reported. Manhunt after millions stolen in hours-long Japan ATM heist To evade surveillance cameras while cutting...
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Ma'aN News Agency | BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) After being found guilty of manslaughter for the filmed, execution-style shooting of 21-year-old Abd al-Fattah al-Sharif, 20-year-old Israeli soldier Elor Azarya was sentenced to 18 months in prison, a year's probation, and a demotion in his military rank on Tuesday. File The prosecution had sought a three- to five-year prison sentence for the killing, with the maximum sentence for manslaughter being 20 years in prison. The sentence was scheduled to begin on March 5, though Azarya’s defense team said it would submit an appeal to block the sentence, saying it had a “good chance” and “nothing to lose,” according to reports from Israeli media from inside the courtroom. After al-Sharif and Ramzi Aziz al-Qasrawi, also 21, allegedly carried out a stabbing attack on another soldier in the southern occupied West Bank city of Hebron last March, al-Qasrawi was fatally shot, while al-Sharif was shot and left severely wounded on the ground for several minutes before Azarya stepped forward and shot him in the head, with a number of witnesses quoting him as saying This dog is still alive and This terrorist deserves to die before pulling the trigger.
South China Morning Post
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A would-be thief has been arrested after he spent hours trying but failing to cut into bank cash machines with welding equipment in a city in southern China, Chinese media reported. The man, whose full name was not given, used welding guns and torches to try steal money from three ATMs in Guilin in the Guangxi region on Lunar New Years Eve, the local newspaper Nanguo Zaobao reported. Manhunt after millions stolen in hours-long Japan ATM heist To evade surveillance cameras while cutting...
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Casino giants are starting to benefit from stable growth in Macaus tourist numbers, as the gaming industry increasingly depends on casual gamblers instead of high-rollers, according to new research report. New transportation infrastructure will also help the tiny southern Chinese gaming hub, which still lacks many tourism facilities as well as long-haul flights that can deposit visitors from further away, analysts at Nomura said. Contributions from big-spending VIPs are expected to drop...
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Sutton manager Paul Doswell has warned any of his staff face following Wayne Shaw out of the club if they placed bets on the reserve goalkeeper eating a pie during their FA Cup fifth-round defeat to Arsenal.
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