Sky News
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I am not sure about some of this, how profound the changes are. I believe that maturity is a myth. We put on and act as we get older. I still think I am 17! That is it exactly. We are like a snake shedding our skin and taking on a cute new skins as we get older. I am not sure that all of them are as profound as to be part of our personality.
New York Times - World News
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A small plane crashed just after taking off on Tuesday, killing the passengers four Americans and the Australian pilot, the police said.
Ars Technica
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Live Science
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Got snow? NASA’s new SnowEx campaign is taking a closer look at snow, an important source of freshwater for 60 million people in the U.S., and for 1.2 billion people worldwide.
Sky News
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I am sure you heard what we were saying, you need to worry about aid coming in and the warlords taking it, starving your own people. How big you stop that? South Sudan, Save the Children is greatly concerned about the dire situation we see ourselves in.
Voice Of America
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Officially, the last census counted 2.2. million immigrants in South Africa; some estimates are as high as 5 million immigrants. The nation is also beset by racial inequality and high unemployment, which has led to frustration. In 2015, xenophobic violence in Durban and Johannesburg left at least seven people dead and prompted thousands to flee. Another outbreak of violence in 2008 left at least 67 people dead. Ethiopian community member Alemayehu Senbeta, a carpenter, disputes the notion that immigrants take jobs away from South Africans and hinder the economy. “We’re not taking any jobs from the [citizens], but we are helping and supporting,” he said. “As you know, most of our people are in locations, rural areas. They go wherever, even risky places where people cannot go. Even some of the places citizens are very scared to go to that place, but our people go there and create a business for themselves.
BBC Parliament
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Is the right direction to travel for these resumes and we want to see our territories taking the lead and not waiting. Let's set an example, let's move first. It's a pleasure to follow the honourable member for Amber Valley. Wright-Phillips sitting down and not making my speech, but I will because he made such excellent points I understand he hopes catch your eye deputy Speaker.
SABC Digital News
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Today marked exactly hundred years after over 600 South African soldiers perished in the English Channel during the First World War that started in 1914. The commemoration coincides with the annual Armed Forces Day, over which Commander in Chief President Jacob Zuma presided in KwaZulu-Natal. "Be quite and calm my countrymen, for what is taking place is exactly what you came to do. You are going to die...But that is what you came to do, Brothers we are drilling the death drill'. These are some of the words of encouragement from a fellow compatriot Williams Wauchope, when their ultimate fate became inevitable. But how much do South Africans know about their history? For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Bleacher Report
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Real Madrid 's transfers over the past few seasons have been generally impressive, with the likes of Alvaro Morata, Mateo Kovacic and Toni Kroos all proving excellent additions to the squad or even the starting XI. Like every side in world football, however, there are on occasion signings made which promise muchyet deliver absolutely nothing positive or close to it. No club wants to see money squandered, and no fans want to see their players fail, but sometimes it simply doesn't work out as expected. Taking into account transfers all the way back to 1995, we've compiled an XI of Real Madrid signings whose performances and time at the club was way below the expected return; financial investment is a factor in deciding which players get picked, but it's not the only factor. Previous career history, the excitement or expectation around a player and the role they were expected to fillperhaps even did begin to fillis all accounted for too.
BBC News 24
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Before taking his seat, he was approached by a homeland security official and asked to leave the plane. They took me into this room with officials. Two of them were checking me. One could be on the students were out of my jacket off, took my bag off. They checked thoroughly, then I had to take McGeady off.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Two swans caused chaos after taking a stroll down the middle of the road near a busy level crossing in Brayford Wharf East, Lincoln. The first swan was spotted waiting patiently at the train barriers outside the University of Lincoln. But when the barriers came up and traffic started moving it began to move away from the railway line. READ MORE: Why are the swans disappearing from Brayford Pool in Lincoln? Another swan went to join its friend but waddled straight into the path of oncoming...
Futurity
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By outfitting each bumble bee with a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagsimilar to the sensors that protect merchandise from shopliftersresearchers were able to keep tabs on them at all times and log the data automatically instead of relying on human observations limited to certain times. The way these studies have typically been done requires a human observer sitting in front of a hive entrance and taking notes all day, and nobody wants to do that, says Avery Russell, a doctoral student in entomology and insects in the lab of Daniel Papaj, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona. With the RFID chips, we can track every nectar and pollen collection trip made over each worker's lifespan and a portion of the colony's lifespan. Here’s how bumble bees pick the healthiest pollen Researchers then used the data to determine how patterns of specialization on each food type differed at timescales of a day or over a lifetime.
The Huffington Post
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Like Trump, she has said radical Islamism must be faced head on, although she has toned down her partys rhetoric to attract more mainstream support and possibly even woo some Muslim voters disillusioned with Frances traditional parties. After meeting Hariri on Monday, Le Pen went against current French policy in Syria by describing President Bashar al-Assad as the only viable solution for preventing Islamic State from taking power in Syria. Lebanon has some 1.5 million Syrian refugees. I explained clearly that ... Bashar al-Assad was obviously today a much more reassuring solution for France than Islamic State would be if it came to power in Syria, she told reporters. Hariri, whose family has close links to conservative former French President Jacques Chirac and still has a home in France, issued a strongly-worded statement after their meeting.
Breitbart News
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TEL AVIV - The U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia should not “get themselves into serious trouble” by taking military action against Iran, the Islamic Republic’s top diplomat said in a BBC interview on Monday.
BBC Parliament
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.. If the Minister could make some encouraging noises about how the Government are taking this and see some progress with this. To leap to clause while by encouraging our overseas territories and Crown dependencies to adopt the same level of transparency of business ownership that we're putting in place here.
BBC News 24
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To shut even 10% of beds is unrealistic at the moment with the current crisis. When hospitals are full they become less safe places we have to make sure any bed reconfiguration is done with patient safety the priority. The ambition of taking care out of hospital and moving it closer to patients homes has been praised by experts as the best hope of delivering essential reforms to the NHS but they say it can't be done without extra funding.
TIME - News
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Things arent worth doing for the sake of being controversial. Kroll: And thats not either of us. Mulaney: But people dont get offended. They say theyre offended, and its fun to be offended. Nick, with Kroll Show , you spent a lot of time mocking reality TV, a background our President has. What do you think of Trumps persona ? Kroll: Well, its interesting. The majority of Kroll Show characters voted for Trump, because the thesis of a lot of my characters is that they think theyre very important and they respect people who feel that way. I think Trump thinks of himself as pretty important, and now rightfully sobecause hes the President of the United States. You gotta dream big, and were all so proud of what the Donald has been able to accomplish following through on his dreams of taking fast food dumps on a plane.
The Guardian - Sport
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The Huffington Post
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Like Trump, she has said radical Islamism must be faced head on, although she has toned down her partys rhetoric to attract more mainstream support and possibly even woo some Muslim voters disillusioned with Frances traditional parties. After meeting Hariri on Monday, Le Pen went against current French policy in Syria by describing President Bashar al-Assad as the only viable solution for preventing Islamic State from taking power in Syria. Lebanon has some 1.5 million Syrian refugees. I explained clearly that ... Bashar al-Assad was obviously today a much more reassuring solution for France than Islamic State would be if it came to power in Syria, she told reporters. Hariri, whose family has close links to conservative former French President Jacques Chirac and still has a home in France, issued a strongly-worded statement after their meeting.
The Economic Times
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TIME - Top Stories
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Things arent worth doing for the sake of being controversial. Kroll: And thats not either of us. Mulaney: But people dont get offended. They say theyre offended, and its fun to be offended. Nick, with Kroll Show , you spent a lot of time mocking reality TV, a background our President has. What do you think of Trumps persona ? Kroll: Well, its interesting. The majority of Kroll Show characters voted for Trump, because the thesis of a lot of my characters is that they think theyre very important and they respect people who feel that way. I think Trump thinks of himself as pretty important, and now rightfully sobecause hes the President of the United States. You gotta dream big, and were all so proud of what the Donald has been able to accomplish following through on his dreams of taking fast food dumps on a plane.
Voice Of America
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"The Trump election has absolutely lit a fire under the butts of the white nationalists," Martinez said. "It is like, 'Our time is coming.'" Martinez said she grew up in metro Atlanta in a relatively normal family but rebelled after being sexually assaulted at a party. She got involved in the punk scene, which led to the skinhead movement. Martinez said she was on a path to prison or an early death when she moved in with the family of her skinhead boyfriend, who was away for Army training. His mother showed unconditional love that pulled her out of the abyss, Martinez said. Today, she looks at photos of herself from her skinhead days and fights back tears. "I was filled with rage and anger and the skinheads were the angriest people that I knew and I was kind of like, 'Those are my people.' And the ideology was a means of taking something that was ethereal, something that was unnamable, an anger and a rage that I felt, and giving it a focal point," she said.
The Huffington Post
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Yiannopoulos called Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization and promoted racist harassment online of comedian Leslie Jones, forcing her off Twitter. He also uses his gayness as some kind of false proof that Trump is pro-gay ― since he must be if Yiannopoulos, a gay man, supports him. Trump has returned the favor. When the University of California, Berkeley, canceled Yiannopoulos speech three weeks ago, Trump threatened the school with pulling federal funds. If U.C. Berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - NO FEDERAL FUNDS? Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 2, 2017 Just as Flynn provided an ally for Bannon on the inside, taking on factions within the White House, Yiannopoulos has helped stoke the hate against the opposition to Trump on the outside.
BBC Parliament
an hour
They've been running international mail fraud, including a psychic who's been targeting vulnerable, elderly people who have been offering spiritual insights to vulnerable, elderly people. They have been involved in a copyright infringement case for $1 billion currently taking place in the United States. They've been involved in some of the criminal activity setting up paedophile sites and running through such horrible activities, and so hiding their activity.