The Sun Daily - World News
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"If the ship cannot be salvaged then Russia surely will try to take away the sensitive equipment from on board by divers." 'Syria Express' Relations between Russia and Turkey hit their worst state since the Cold War in November 2015 when Turkish war planes shot down a Russian jet over the Syrian border. But there has since been a dramatic reconciliation, with Moscow and Ankara now engaged in a joint effort to bring peace to Syria despite standing on opposing sides of the conflict. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is due to hold his latest talks with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Russia on May 3. As a Black Sea littoral state, Russia is allowed to have its military ships pass through the Bosphorus under the 1936 Montreux Convention on the Straits. The intense traffic of Russian vessels to and from Syria — known as the Syrian Express — has caused immense curiosity in Istanbul where the warships pass through the heart of the city in full view of ship-spotters. — AFP
The Sun Daily - World News
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Daily Express - Football
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EMRE CAN has revealed Jurgen Klopp expects big things from him in a Liverpool shirt.
BBC News 24
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five biggest parties here had agreed to pause the talks process until after the general election. They will come back to the negotiating table after the election on the 8th June and they will have a period of three weeks to come to an agreement. The new deadline for agreement between the parties is the 2 #th June. Sources here.
BBC News 24
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The talks to restore devolved government in Northern Ireland have been formally paused until after the general election. The power-sharing executive collapsed in January after a financial scandal involving a green energy scheme. Today the judge who is chairing a public inquiry into the heating scheme set out his plans and pledged to investigate accountability for any failings in the setting up of the scheme which threatens to leave the taxpayer almost half a billion out of pocket
Sky News
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BBC News 24
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News. Our chief political correspondent, Vicki Young, is in Westminster for us. Do you think by saying that maybe the Government won't consult MPs, is this a shift of Government policy by Boris Johnson? They are insisting that it isn't. I think anything which talks about a close alliance with America, with foreign military action, is obviously going to be a dividing line between the Government, between Jeremy Corbyn.
Channel4 News
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Rachel Johnson pictured at Conservative party conference in 2015 Channel 4 News has learnt that the foreign secretary’s sister Rachel has become a member of the Lib Dems, and has even held talks with the party about standing in one of its target seats in the South West as a parliamentary candidate in the election. Mr Johnson was the most prominent Brexiteer, and without him many in the Leave campaign believe they would have lost the referendum in June. But his decision to back Brexit caused a family rift, with Ms Johnson writing about how she and her children cried after the referendum result with her 19-year-old son Oliver telling her “Boris has stolen our futures”. Now she has taken the decision to continue the fight to remain in the European Union by joining the party straining every sinew to unseat Conservative MPs like her brother. The development came on the day Mr Johnson launched a searing personal attack on the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, branding him a “mutton-headed old mugwump” who posed a security threat.
BMW Blog
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Calling the BMW i sub-brand visionary is no longer a cool thing to do. As a matter of fact, it has been said so many times that most people could consider it a cliche by now and they'd be right. I guess the same could be said about TED talks, where the world's brilliant minds come together to show humanity their latest idea. But what if these two joined forces? Well, hold on to your neuron links because it already happened. The collaboration between the two was announced yesterday during the annual TED Conference in the Canadian city of Vancouver. BMW i is launching a global search for ideas with TED entitledNextVisionaries”. Here, pioneers, strategists and creatives from around the world are invited to outline their ideas for mobility. Applications can be submitted now at the NextVisionaries microsite. During a multi-phase selection process over the next four months, a panel of mentors will choose the most impressive, most promising and most groundbreaking proposals.
Mondoweiss
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AFP News Agency
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The European Union's 27 members are showing unprecedented 'unity and consensus' , says Maltese Deputy Prime Minister Louis Grech, ahead of a summit this weekend when leaders will approve red lines for two years of tough Brexit talks with London.
Western Daily Press
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Darren Way hopes the progress that Yeovil Town made during the first half of this season will persuade his key players to remain with the club beyond the summer. Way has held talks with some of his prized assets this week and has described the discussions as very, very positive. Just three players Artur Krysiak, Ryan Dickson and Omar Sowunmi have contracts to remain at Huish Park next season, making it vital that the Glovers tie down as many of their star men to...
Daily Star - Football
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Vanity Fair
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MacRumors
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Apple is once again rumored to launch its own Venmo-like service, allowing iPhone users to pay friends and family members also on Apple's ecosystem. Sources speaking with Recode mentioned that Apple intends to announce the service -- which could have a name like "Apple Cash" -- later this year, potentially at its fall iPhone event. Sources conflict on whether or not an announcement and release date have yet to be set, however, with another person familiar with Apple's plans suggesting that the company's Venmo-like service is still very early in development. Today's news of a potential ramp up of an in-house, peer-to-peer payments service from Apple comes over a year after the company was first rumored to be discussing such a service with a collection of U.S. banks. Apple’s on-again, off-again flirtation with building its own money-transfer service appears to be back on.
Daily Express - Finance
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NewsMax World
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European automakers and suppliers are warning about the damage that Britain's departure from the European Union could mean to the industry.The comments come just days before the European Union will hold a summit with the other 27 EU nations to agree on guidelines for talks...
The Economic Times
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AIADMK merger talks remain non-starterThough the faction led by CM EK Palaniswami said the doors were open for talks, the O Pannerselvam camp made it clear that the preconditions set by it would have to be met first.
BBC Parliament
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the people of Ireland and Northern Ireland the ability to move freely across the border is an essential part of daily life which is why the tioseach and Primus has been clear that there will be no return to the borders of the past. Economic links with Ireland will be an important priority for the UK in the talks ahead and I look forward to the brief debate this afternoon
MintPress News
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RT
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Britain is harboringillusions” that it will retain most of its rights and privileges once it leaves the EU, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, laying down a hard line for Brexit talks. Read Full Article at RT.com
Liverpool Echo
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This weeks opinions on all things red come from Matt Addison, the Liverpool correspondent for Vivafootballcalcio, as he talks Place, Lovren, the window and the top four
BoingBoing
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ABC News - International
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