Times of Israel
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Suspect served in the same unit as the alleged victim; sexual assault said to have occurred in her barracks
Liverpool Echo
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Owner claims he may have been targeted for being a Muslim
BBC Radio London
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London's headlines police hunting the network suspected of helping the Manchester suicide bomber Salman a baby so they have recovered items for the very important to their investigation they also say some of the arrest made so far are significant the second man has been arrested after counter terrorism police stops a man from boarding a plane to Turkey at Stansted Airport on Tuesday the 37 year old is suspected of planning to travel to Syria today second man who 64 has been arrested in North London Scotland Yard so the arrests and not connected to the Manchester attack president trump has said the culprit who leaked the name of the Manchester bomb and pictures of the Crime Scene should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law is no met Theresa May who expressed concern about the leak the parents of a 9 month old baby from West London to has a red genetic illness.
BBC Radio Wales
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think of that information over night by if someone in American intelligence services to the US Media of pictures of the aftermath of the explosion at Manchester Arena are you ok facials already annoyed that the Americans at least the name of the suspected bomber before the officially confirmed that he was the president president trump has announced an enquiry of course this afternoon to have that information was Beatrix Peter key to Armagh I was a journalist in United States get a good happy with it in a way this is going to present Trump's bug bed because he spoke in the past as well about his dissatisfaction this stuff is league by the American Security Services she is President XI just coming from it could be.
BBC Radio London
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can be shared confidently and I will be making clear the president trump today but intelligent Ford is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure is the Prime Minister to have to question that special relationship will the New York Times and probably photos of. To show blood stain fragments from the bum and the backpack used to conceal it the mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham told the BBC he's complain to the US ambassador andi with hearing human drive time that every level of diplomacy the point has been made at the website political was one of the first news outlets to publish details about the suspected bomb under we hear from Julia at cover he needed to is there it there security and terrorism reporter who said it was wrong to.
Channel 4 News
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Salman Abedi is believed to have visited Libya, and possibly Syria, in recent months. But how much was known about him by the security services? It was suggested that he had been a “peripheral figure” in their monitoring of terrorist suspects. And if he was missed, what of others in the suspected network? Subscribe to us and get more videos from Channel 4 News https://www.youtube.com/c/channel4news
Hackaday
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Since SharpEye doesn't read PDF files I first loaded it into GIMP and saved it as a TIFF file. SharpEye had problems reading it, so I went back to GIMP, saved it as a high quality JPG instead, loaded that back into GIMP, and exported that as a TIFF file. For some unknown reason, SharpEye could read that one. Even then, the recognition worked poorly, missing large chunks of the music. I suspected that was because the music was grey on white. I used the Levels tool in GIMP to convert it to black on white and the recognition worked far better this time. Scarborough Fair in SharpEye Before doing the recognition, I had to tell SharpEye that the lyrics could be found above the staves since by default it looks for them below. In the snapshot, the original image is the music with the yellow background. As you can see, there were some errors in the lyrics, but the text is editable.
BBC Radio Scotland
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the person who done it because I don't think it's right and 50 years on the we remember the mighty roar of the Lisbon Lions Nina Spence as a summary of the BBC News police hunting the network suspected of helping the Manchester suicide bombers Salman ability to be recovered items that are very important to the investigation they also see some of the arrested made so far are significant there are suggestions that a baby travel to Britain from Istanbul and stayed in a flat in the centre of Manchester before the attack and that Manchester Arena which killed at 22 people the BBC's home affairs correspondent Danny Shawn is a Greater Manchester Police Headquarters there's a real sense so that the investigation is in a different and better place than it was yesterday please have a firm of Grey.
ABC News - International
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German police say that the suspected bomber in the concert attack in Britain passed through Duesseldorf airport before the attack
The Washington Times - Soccer
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MANCHESTER, England (AP) - The Latest on the investigation into the Manchester concert bombing (all times local): 3:55 p.m. A Turkish official says the 22-year-old man suspected of bombing concertgoers in Manchester traveled through Istanbul and Dusseldorf, Germany on his way to Britain days before the attack. The government official ...
Sputnik International
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Police of the western German city of Dusseldorf confirmed on Thursday that the suspected perpetrator of the attack in Manchester had visited Duesseldorf, adding that they have not yet obtained any information about his contacts within the country.
Western Morning News
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Police are investigating a suspected hit and run in Exeter.Devon Cornwall Police say that, despite area searches, no trace of the culprit has been found.The incident could be linked to a collision reported at the top of Pennsylvania Road earlier this afternoon - however we are awaiting confirmation from the Force.Return to Devon Live home page or read next: Man taken to hospital after falling 150ft from top of cliffs in SidmouthThe road has been cleared and traffic has returned to normal...
CNN Asia News
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OK!
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At least 22 people have died, with 64 more injured, following a suspected suicide bomb attack at the Manchester Arena at the end of singer Ariana Grande’s concert. More victims have now been named, with Olivia Campbell’s mother Charlotte confirming the tragic news her 15-year-old daughter had passed away in the attack. Martyn Hett sadly passed away and was confirmed to have died in a heartbreaking post by his partner Russell Hayward, with Good Morning Britain paying tribute to the 29 ...
Associated Press
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ABC News - International
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BBC News - Top Stories
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BBC News 24
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where there are suspected Islamist extremist cells. The Berlin Christmas market attacker had links to extremists in this region so that was the big worry. Police say that was not on the cards, he had no links with people in Germany. The next stage is to look at whether he had.
France 24
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Phys.Org
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In accidents or terror attacks which are suspected to involve radioactive substances, it can be difficult to determine whether people nearby have been exposed to radiation. But by analysing mobile phones and other objects which come in close contact with the body, it is possible to retrieve important information on radiation exposure. This has been shown by a new thesis from Lund University in Sweden.
Times of Israel
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BBC News 24
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that the attacker had any links to German Islamist is. That is important, because the area, Dusseldorf, where that area is, is known to be a region where there are suspected Islamist extremist cells. In fact, the.
Daily Mail - USA
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InfoWars
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