The Sun Daily
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FRENCH President Francois Hollande was here recently to persuade the government to buy the Dassault Aviation SA's Rafale fighter jets. The Rafale is seen as a frontrunner as Malaysia looks to buy up to 18 jets in a deal potentially worth more than RM9 billion. The French have even started advertising their Rafale fighter jets in newspapers. British Aerospace is also competing for a slice of Malaysia's defence pie, trying to flog their Typhoons in a RM10 billion deal they hope to clinch with a "Buy 1-Get 1 free" offer. The French are desperate to sell their arms because 60% of their exports are made up of arms. They obviously have not heeded the wise words of their literateur Albert Camus who said, "Peace is the only battle worth waging". The key question is whether Malaysia actually needs any of these fighter jets, considering their cost is spiralling way out of control and such jets are quickly obsolete? Malaysian taxpayers need to be wary of this record breaking arms deal.
BBC Parliament
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-- was denied jobseeker's allowance. Can we have an urgent debate? The sanctions in their current form have been used ever since jobseeker's allowance started back in.
Sky News
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The commission in particular. We started off saying that he wanted to do the departure Bill first and then the ongoing Bill second. Article 50 says that the departure should be negotiated taking into account the ongoing deal
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Twitter Fights Harassment: A Long Time Coming There have been reports of Twitter harassment for almost as long as the site has existed. Blogger Ariel Waldman was one of the first users to chronicle just how difficult -- and sometimes, impossible -- it was to get Twitter to intervene in cases of repeated, pervasive harassment back in 2008. A stalker published her personal and contact information on the platform, which prompted a string of threats, stalking, and abusive tweets. Waldman started reaching out to Twitter and CEO Jack Dorsey for help -- only to find out that its terms of service were " up to interpretation ," and that the company wouldn't intervene on her behalf. Since then, prominent Twitter users have demanded Twitter take a harder line and shut down accounts that only exist to spew hate. Celebrities and public figures on Twitter have been able to get Twitter to suspend bulliesaccounts, but users demanded a better system for reporting, censoring, and silencing abusive language on the platform.
BBC News 24
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village saw a huge increase in tourism. I need to read this e-mail from Dominic. I don't know if I have time it's about mental health. I found my father dead at our home after he committed suicide when I was 16. Three years later, shortly after I started university, I broke down
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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The Hurtigruten's cruise ship MS Trollfjord collided with dock at Risoyhamn in Andoy, Norway. The vessel was proceeding to dock into the port, when hit the concrete of the pier and several plates fell through the hole in the bow. Fortunately there were no reported injuries among the passengers and crew on board of the passenger ship. MS Trollfjord berthed shortly after the accident and started assessing the damages. The local authorities and port state control requested special survey and inspection of the ship. The investigation for the root cause of the collision is under way, as the ...
BBC News 24
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at my house, he would follow me to work. These pictures was the final thing. Even when I saw them on the screen, I still didn't really know what to do because I did not want to go to the police. And then I spoke to my mum about it, and sushi she said, no, this isn't right. I went to the police not knowing anything about the new law. So I started with.
Mashable
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BBC News 24
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you take the right steps and get help. Wow! Pat says this, and this is where you may be able to help. My 20-year-old granddaughter has been suffering from depression, night terrors, suicidal thoughts and anxiety. It started when she was 17. Last year she tried to take her own life. Apparently.
BBC News 24
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think it went back to when I had a moment, we were away in Jersey, it was a respite holiday with the Marines and I started to struggle with being able to get places, and my disability and being in a wheelchair and things like that. We ended up coming back and having a family holiday, and Julie did some research on.
BBC News 24
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Which one was the head bash? All three Cilic was like a concussive blow. You can imagine a grenade went off, and then it had sudden... Then I started laughing. You laughed. And then I signed the register, best wishes, Ruby wax! And then we never mentioned it again. No, not really
KyivPost
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Crown Agents said that these are medicines which will expire on April 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017. Crown Agents said that some medicines that will be replaced were delivered to hospitals in May-June 2016. The need for replacement obviously places a certain financial burden on the company; however, we pride ourselves on honoring unequivocally every obligation we take upon ourselves, Crown Agents said. Crown Agents has already started negotiations with the manufacturers and suppliers to agree a timetable for the replacement products. The medicines withdrawn during the replacement process will be destroyed and the replacements, of fresh manufacture, will require a delivery lead time. The post Crown Agents to replace some medicines ordered by Health Ministry appeared first on KyivPost .
BBC News 24
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felt myself slowly getting into a deeper and darker hole. It got to the point where I felt the world was passing by above my head. That's where you came in really and the conversation started. I knew I needed help. I was really scared of opening up and talking about mental health. I was scared that that would mean I couldn't do my job any more which.
BBC News 24
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thinking, I've been through this. Ricky Hatton, actually you've gone through this, you are one of the hardest people I know and you can talk about it. I started thinking, if I start talking about problems, one, the people who followed me through my career, they're going to turn their backs on me because they think I'm one thing, backs on me because they think I'm.
Sky News
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she is hoping we can continue it. That depends on the EU. Before we let you go, you mention that some laws are going to have to be scrapped and started from scratch. How long does that process take? I'm reading something here in the Times today saying that ministers admit they need to change.
BBC News 24
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my friends watched the programme. I knew that something's not right for a long time. And I ran away from it. This is not me, this is not happening. I bumbled on for a little bit. Then I started, you know, living differently. I probably started.
Sky News
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I wouldn't have hurt you but I was feeling violent and I started to punch myself in the face. Musician, Professor Green, talking about his father's suicide with Freddie Flintoff. I was 24 and my dad took his own life. I had a conversation with my Nan and I broke down. I was scared people would see me at my most vulnerable
BBC News 24
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the freelancers, but it goes beyond that, to the workflow and assigning them tasks wherever they are in the world, managing invoices with them. It is a complete system, although way through to getting them paid on time. And what started out as your idea years ago has now become a big business, with lots of big clients, 45 staff, most here in the UK, some in San Francisco, who started this when you were 25, you're now in San Francisco, who started this.
Sky News
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that her in particularly is one that is actually very giving. Negotiations, when you start putting barriers down before you have even started, where can it go? We have two years of this. You could say the same.
The Sun Daily
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The Chams are intimidated by hospitals built by foreigners after the war, that they would rather go to witch doctors and put off seeing a medical doctor until their conditions become chronic. The HBB clinic is run by Cambodians themselves, so these people are more trusting towards them and open to take modern medicine. I would travel to Cambodia to treat patients as well as train the staff once a month. What were the challenges that you had to face in setting up HBB? When HBB started in 2012, it raised a lot of eyebrows – many were sceptical about it. Between 2012 and 2015, most of the work under HBB focused on raising funds and bringing awareness via our Facebook page. With whatever money we had, we did things such as health screenings for the needy. And when we managed to gather enough money, we built the clinic in Cambodia. Once people knew what we were trying to achieve, it was easier to gain their trust and support.
Sky News
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exception to that, we want to do the deal with the issue of European citizens right up front. Beyond that, we have two debate this. This is the beginning of a negotiation. We have not started yet. Not for another month to a star on this process
ITV
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directed by people who started as kids making me a cup of tea. A family. Takes up a lot of your life. Just as well you are passionate. If you don't like food, you are probably dead. Meeting different people
The Guardian
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In recent years, references to such attacks have become inescapable. But this lazy term obscures the real nature of the threat against us At around 8pm on Sunday 29 January, a young man walked into a mosque in the Sainte-Foy neighbourhood of Quebec City and opened fire on worshippers with a 9mm handgun. The imam had just finished leading the congregation in prayer when the intruder started shooting at them. He killed six and injured 19 more. The dead included an IT specialist employed by the city council, a grocer, and a science professor. The suspect, Alexandre Bissonnette , a 27-year-old student, has been charged with six counts of murder, though not terrorism. Within hours of the attack, Ralph Goodale, the Canadian minister for public safety, described the killer as “a lone wolf”. His statement was rapidly picked up by the world’s media. As the 2000s drew to a close, attacks perpetrated by people who seemed to be acting alone began to outnumber all others Related: How the changing media is changing terrorism | Jason Burke Any terrorist, however socially or physically isolated, is still part of a broader movement Continue reading.