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There is a direct link between a person's attitude on social media and the likelihood that their dieting efforts will succeed.
Voice Of America
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There are an estimated 60,000 people living on the streets of Kenya's capital. Three years ago a local teacher decided to offer a meal to some homeless people, and today his impulse has grown into a charity that feeds hundreds every day and has sent some homeless children to school. It is 5 pm in Nairobi. Traffic is building up in the Highridge Estate area as people rush home from work. A group of street children and families are gathered at a corner, playing and chatting. Clifford Oluoch parks his car and gets out. A second car off-loads food and other boxed goods. Volunteers start distributing the food. The day's meal is rice and beans. Later in the evening, they will be having bread and milk. Oluoch does this every day. He started in 2014. Balance leads to success “It has been tough, but I think the fulfillment overrides the toughness. There are days you ask yourself, ‘What am I doing?’ Because initially, at the beginning, the cases were too much.
Sky News
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So you'll find a very strong strain through everything he has written or says, where he knows that the political nuances are incredibly important in delivering success, particularly in the area he'll be going to. So as a thinker, aid do her and a straight talker, this is anyone's guess, but what is your assessment of how much he will influence as interim.
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We need blend in, he said, to be a success because it makes the capital. -- London. A cheap... Jobs here or there, London has to be successful for Europe to be successful in financial services. Domestic about the reevaluation, I do not know about your constituents being affected, but do you think the Chancellor might try to do something about it to those who are going to pay an awful lot more in the budget? I have no inside, -- insight.
BBC News 24
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But it is important to note that that following only occurs after the organisation demonstrates success. So we didn't have people radicalised for the Islamic State until 2014 went spectacularly, they grabbed huge amounts of territory in Iraq and Syria.
The Economic Times
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“We will work together with all the business leaders in the group to drive a lot of discipline on capital allocation and shareholder returns,” he said later in a media release. “I look forward to the opportunities of the group in this new role for the years to come and seek support from everyone so that we can collectively make it happen,” Chandrasekaran said. The new chairman of the holding company said he wants to reinforce a leadership mindset at the group, leverage its enormous collective strength and deliver superior returns to shareholders. “This can only be achieved with a relentless focus on the customer, by gaining a deeper understanding of their aspirations, and by designing our products and services to meet their needs,” he wrote in a letter to employees. “In today’s context, where technology is playing a key role in business success, the need for innovation is vital to help reimagine and reinvent our businesses for the future.
Channel 4
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Uber is a Silicon Valley success story, said to be worth in excess of $30 billion dollars, and used daily around the world to hire cabs. But the tech giant is embroiled in a sexism scandal after one of its employees, Susan Fowler, wrote alleging sexual harassment at the hands of her supervisor.
Goal
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Apparently out of the race to win the Premier League, Pep Guardiola is seeking success in Europe - follow the action from this last-16 match LIVE!
ITV
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Has been a remarkable story. It's easy itself as a tech company. A great British success story. There has been scrutiny and ferocious criticism about tax avoidance and the way it treats its staff. The key is the employment statement of treats its staff. The key is the I am to be the last viceroy of India and I shall carry out the role with great pride.
ITV
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The way it works is they provide us with their availability. We will take that and we will match that with consumer demand. Deliveroo's success is remarkable. The company says the majority of riders are happy, but on the south coast and elsewhere, there is trouble brewing.
BBC One West Midlands
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She wrote on facebook "I can't thank them enough, "39 years ago they saved me." And Cris Maxim echoed the sentiments of many of you when he posted " Well done BCH, nice to see "a success story about the NHS and in Brum too, brilliant." Thank you to all of you who got in touch. Now, earlier today our reporter Nicola Beckford went to see a new £1 million centre at the hospital.
Politico
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He added that the racial divide in America is “age-old” and speculated that “something” is going on that prevents the country from fully healing. “Sometimes it gets better and then it busts apart. But we wanna have it get very much better, get unified and stay together,” Trump said. “But you’ve seen it where oftentimes it’ll get much better and then it blows up.” He credited the new African-American history museum for helping bridge that divide, though. “Part of the beauty of what you’re doing here with the museum and the success of the museum — the success is very important because it’s doing tremendous numbers. Tremendous numbers of people coming in,” he said. “I think that really helps to get that divide and bring it much closer together. If not, perfect.” Trump was joined in his denouncement of anti-Semitism by House Speaker Paul Ryan. “Anti-Semitism in any form is abhorrent, and I encourage authorities nationwide to take these threats seriously,” he tweeted on Tuesday.
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N.-brokered government in Tripoli, and Haftar visited Cairo, but they did not negotiate face-to-face, meeting separately with Egyptian military officials. Analysts are doubtful about the prospects for the "road map," arguing that it has much chance of success as the stalling U.N. initiative. Last month, EU members states agreed to channel about $210 million in migration and border projects to try to curb migrants from crossing the Mediterranean. But it isnt clear how much of those resources will be directed to Seraj’s U.N.-backed Government of National Accord in Tripoli. Officials say no decisions as yet have been made on where the money will go. In their report, the European border officials cautioned: "All in all there will need to be a legitimate political counterpart/Libyan government with a minimum of control over different institutions and their respective leadership.
Leicester Mercury
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A 'tweak' here and there in training has helped Leicester Tigers put together back-to-back bonus points victories in the Aviva Premiership.That's the view of prop Pat Cilliers, who set the ball rolling on Saturday with the opening try against Bristol, Tigers going on to add another seven in a 50-17 win.A good start to the game was again key to the success and Tigers will look to maintain that approach on Friday when they head to the Stoop to face Harlequins.We have stepped things up at...
Lincolnshire Echo
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A man leapt into a river and used a hammer to try to break the window of a submerged car in a frantic bid to save the driver.Dave Rolfe jumped into water which came up to his chest after his partner saw a huge splash while they were driving along.He made desperate attempts to open the car doors on the VW Golf for about 20 minutes without success. READ MORE: Lincolnshire doctor's surgery placed in special measuresJustin Siddall, 34, was eventually rescued by the fire brigade and was rushed to...
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Honda says the new CR-V has class-leading second-row legroom, to boot. The CR-V’s Cargo room offers an impressive 75.8 cubic feet of room with the second row bench seat folded flat. That’s far more than the Ford Escape (67.8 cubic feet) and just a touch bigger than the Toyota RAV4’ s (73.4 cubic feet). Despite this, the CR-V’s footprint isnt much bigger than its competition. Honda undoubtedly needs the CR-V to success. It can’t have a repeat of the 2011 Civic and its sudden redesign for 2012. I wholeheartedly think Honda wont have that issue, but feel free to leave your thoughts on the new CR-V in the comments below. Continue reading for the full driven review.
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