Adweek
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This past Sunday, a group calling itself Maltese Catholics United for the Faith took out a controversial full-page ad in local newspaper Malta Today. The ad was aimed at politicians running in the upcoming June 3 general election. Website Lifesite has the image and, separately, the full transcribed text. Here's a taste: Don't vote for...
Dover Express
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The RSPCA is caring for six adorable kittens who were found dumped in a box in the Kent countryside.A couple were walking their dog at Ranscombe Farm Nature Reserve, in Cuxton, Kent, on Sunday morning (May 21) when they spotted the wine box dumped in the car park.Jane Pook, from the RSPCA centre in the area, said: They were just about to set off on a walk when they saw the box and thought it looked a bit weird and out of place.When they got closer to the box with Tesco text printed...
Voice Of America
an hour
We need to weigh/consider risk to JCPOA." That concern was shared by the bill's opponents in the Senate, including Democrat Tom Udall of New Mexico. "Let's remember, the Iranians have just had an election, re-elected [President Hassan] Rouhani, who was a supporter of this agreement and he was re-elected by a big margin," Udall said. "So the first move of our government with this legislation is going to be to threaten the [nuclear] agreement. I think that's a very bad posture for us." Such concerns are unwarranted, according to backers of the sanctions. "We know that this in no way touches the nuclear deal," Corker said. "Tehran can argue all they want that these areas for additional sanctions are not permitted under the JCPOA," Coons said. "The plain text of the agreement allows additional sanctions in these three areas [support for terrorism, missile development, and human rights].
Channel4 News
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A short few weeks since he tried to dig himself out of calling NATO obsolete by saying he didn't really know much about it, President Trump tried to redefine its role. He said it should focus on counter-terrorism and stopping world migration surges. Many leaders will be baffled how a military alliance goes about that beyond member nations' current activity in Isis strongholds. Some NATO members, especially those on or near Russia's border, will worry what message President Putin takes from this summit. They believe article 5 must be a sacred text, an absolute, not a bargaining chip in a budgetary battle. Theresa May spoke to President Trump about the leaked Manchester police investigation material. It must've been brief as it was just because they went on stage for a group photo. We don't know what he said but in a separate statement he said he would punish those responsible. Well we'll have to see how that goes. His track record on hunting down leakers isn't awesome.
Channel 4
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good. On Nato he thinks he is playing a blind, putting public pressure on Nato members to cough up in a way that his predecessors in the White House have not but there are many Nato members to those living on or near the Russian border who think that article five is a wholly of holies, a sacred text, and absolute, not something with.
OK!
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Gaz has denied his ex's claims that he cheated [Wenn] In her Twitter rant against the Geordie Shore star, Emma claimed Gaz had cheated on her throughout their relationship and called him "selfish", "controlling", and "manipulating." However Gaz has hit out at Emma’s claims, denying that he cheated on the brunette model. According to The Sun, a source close to Gary said: "The only thing he did wrong was dump her by text message. Emma McVey has split from Gaz ...
Mashable
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The tool section of the emoji keyboard boasts an array of knives, a syringe, a water gun, a beeper, a battery, and a bomb. But when it comes to objects you might find in a laboratory, the options are slim to none. Scientists are hoping to change that by proposing a slate of science-specific emoji. If approved, items such as lab goggles, a petri dish, a test tube, and a DNA double helix could join the ranks of things you text your friends. SEE ALSO: Your hairstyle may be getting its very own emoji soon Industrial giant GE and the American Chemical Society last month proposed 10 emoji to the Unicode Consortium, the organization that oversees the official list of these icons. Nine emoji were deemed candidates for the next selection process, meaning all or some of these could hit keyboards in summer 2018. Read more... More about Science , Stem , Trump , Emojis , and President Trump
Sky News
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So I quickly came up with a design based around the 'I Love Manchester'. Added blue to be text, a bit of a football reference am I a.
BBC Radio Wales
3 hours
poetry a bit of literature two and one of the sessions actually I am in just a minute from I'm from the Jam from John Doherty that the author and poet but it's at it's happening here in hey of course at the end of birth of a difficult weekend is events in Manchester have impacted on this security measures hear that for the first time in my experience of come with hay festival there been armed police at the patrolling at this site as much for that reassurance as much as the security at all does anyone there a bag text as well random bag searches on the way in but is not a proof of truce if and as I say it it it it has a feeling more of reassurance than anything else so 20 people here to enjoy it today at John Doherty and Phil do at the biggest venue here at lunchtime I hear from him in the moment about his thoughts about appearing at Heywood first or let's see if a bit out of his poop.
BBC Radio Wales
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Timpson read text as well so in a handsome Billy scrambling know if somebody hurts so bad I was just quite mixed around it but no it's not easy to sew worm know you can expect what I can expect it around Jamie Donaldson the other Welshman hear it won't work either Monday pool pattern display today he's going to make the most of this remodel cost and had to settle for a Rounders 73 that's one over but it's trains well place just two shots behind the Swedish leader you and Carson on six and a path thank you James Ferrari Sebastian Vettel is fastest in second practice for Sundays Monaco Grand Prix this afternoon with Lewis Hamilton in his one off return to Formula 1 Jenson Button was 12th for McLaren anime just tip today was a good word at 5:25 EV code was 7 Mac cache meta di 7x + 6 the time now he olby.
BBC Radio London
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London broadcasting from the new Broadcasting centre it's fantastic here at the BBC that you should take a walk through and around when you can I mean when will paying for it will it be pretty you London news and Anna talking but mainly London news headlines have been dominated by what's happening in Manchester in suitable review that today I apologize and I read a few of them immediately after you've heard different ways that you can get in contact BBC Radio London 2000 text 81333 start your message with the word London BBC Radio London evening to the server talking about prevent it's a strategy that would be radicalised people in.
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 London
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free to meet you somewhere along the line they cross the line from what's right for the little child to watch right for them to do so they don't feel guilty later Sally thanks so much I take your point you don't ring radio stations but I'm glad you did have given us another point of view but love it to continue what's right in this is the right answer in this will renew your information read that story about little Charlie Gard in a little while but it was sunny knows what her thoughts 020 7224 2720 number and text it one triple screen start your message with the word in London that's when it was happening in the BBC Radio London travel now from the lyrics Simmons been busy heading out of town because of an accident near.
BBC Radio Scotland
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in Withington in South Manchester where one man was arrested last night that also search on a property in Mumbai you decide magisterial arrested last night and also a property in Wigan ladies text expected to take several days and public the beer with them while they're karaoke these investigations ugly tuna rent in Manchester thank you for that just how damaging are these least I've been speaking to the liberal Democrat peer Lord Carlile who's the former independent reviewer of UK terrorism legislation I was very shocked and this is not something one would have expected of American authorities is also very damaging and um I hope that the American authorities will carry out at that leak investigation and bring to account those were guilty of this damage.
BBC Radio Scotland
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text Harrods London's King's Cross station and Edinburgh Airport the pension a previously saved it to your jail term for threatening to blow up a plane can I invent President Barack Obama the most BBC Radio Scotland you give me a lovely afternoon that and long may it continue Judith Ralston is here how long will it continue for a little bit of a blessed Sunday and Saturday but now she's not looking too bad to be kind of the bank holiday I could even to yes it's been awhile mystical fire for you and we saw the highest temperature in the UK and Scotland 28 celsius for a bone in the Northeast and widely used all values of around that time 25 26 views of a hot actually Andrew stanleick sunshine to come from most dry overnight with clear smells in clothes thinning and breaking of a Shetland at the moment that will see you either the missing look like I'm going home during the course of the night just credit you meant for you to the knife laws around.
BBC Radio Wales
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text as well random bag searches on the way in but is not a proof of Truth even as I say it it it it has a feeling more of reassurance than anything else so plenty of people here to enjoy it today at John Doherty then fill the at the biggest venue here at lunch time will hear from him in the moment about his thoughts about that. Hate at first or let's see if a bit out of his poetry as he performed for more than 40 years to apologize for that I think we can that just looking to see if we can I get a little little smattering of the poetry apologies that played the wrong with you but they just let let let's go get material again and poet writer of our dinosaurs and dinner lady.
BBC Radio London
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22003 9000 sorted that at the moment of events text Risa Michael Fallon says yeah will we get myself till 20:20 to reach the target and we can't force people to join up but the laborers are entered this discussion as far as the election is concerned saying no swearing power we're going to look at this weekend to look at recruitment and retention policies we need to stand the exodus seen under the Conservatives the allegation flavour is the conservative spending cuts and coming the army in particular I put Britain security at risk it but they've got an argument themselves they don't know about about try just quickly is everybody do you know what you know about the amount that would be spent quickly on different iCloud with sides that try because the biggest you that would be she would be here for an alarm that but on the defence spending with NATO that's easily I said in the three main parties Conservatives Liberal Democrats.
BBC Radio Scotland
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where does most of the other parties are corresponding Jim mcivor is with us to Jimmy how did explain the decision to resume national champion before the others yes Graham it's a UK prison high profile national campaign in the head of the 3 launcher UK parties as well as the SNP and the greens we all haven't been doing any national events or or a high-profile campaigning today all those some lucky local campaigning has nobody zoomed know you can argue their decision is the best way to show the penetrator is a turtle a text that the people of Britain will not be beaten with her Paul Nuttall said there is no magic formulated as he put it turning back The Tide of radical Islam but he said to call him it was a cancer that needs to be cut out he cleaned the other parties have been too cowardly to address the problem.
BBC Radio Scotland
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what's the best way to fix it is and water quality in touch with the size of the Clyde catchment it's very complicated SIM card to buy things like the sewage works we just we spoke about but it's also impacted by the land use and I'm any other activities so you have to figure out exactly where the problems are and then you would use different solutions to fix the different problems and what they have been some others problems can give some examples yeah well it's certainly the storage what's up with spoke about there is a land contamination and some of the old industrial parts of the city there is water quality problems associated with forestry in farming open the headwaters of the catchment you would a text different tools and different techniques and different approaches to do with it is also you need a very planned events LED approach and that's where the Scotland's river basin management plan comes in because that states that means by which we prioritise One action over the other so we have.
BBC Radio Scotland
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text Archers discussion and then I think that could work for at least 10 of making starting to make a difference but you've had a good feedback so far from prisoners yeah yeah I mean when I went and told him what was thinking of doing it was going to but I think they were very king chicken of get the story of because it is such a real thing that their prospective told you so much so so many next of things and then use a supplementary share greatly so because the people have done things wrong but don't do mean things that their presents going to wait to exercise to me was that yeah he's done nothing wrong but there is no seraph 1307 your payment so you know the judgement has been passed and it's not that there are inherently bad people they just don't make mistakes like any other than that I think that's one of the important things that like any of us could make a wrong turn in today and you'll end up in prison you never know it says no.
BBC Radio London
5 hours
kind of you couldn't stand there is no one was intimate there are different Muslim Communities right and just like different to metres across the country come across criminals a different ways we do have criminals among some it's wanting to do terrible awful things right so individuals you know within our Communities who who act in this way should be pointed out that do I feel like the entire Muslim community needs to apologize for the Acts of the crimble know you're not a minute I feel like what we need to do is look at a house bricks as people that live in this country as individuals that are angry and you don't feel pressured to make text to make it clear that he does not represent you I feel it important to make sure that he does not represent all in anyway come across as someone that represent the community at large because I don't think anybody.
BBC Radio Scotland
5 hours
I'm still working relationship material goods exchanged the question. Why was exchanged in giving that sugars and I suspect that's because the US has a different priority from UK was the focus has been on let's get this investigation of Move It Forward let's find out who shared the same find out who my dad made the bomb do you have priority at least the priority that you were behind oblique was much publicized us to make sure that it is shown at this just watching an individual with this was not a low grade attack it was a very serious attacked by a group in it could be pointless future attacked by a widening at work now I understand that motive but of course it could have unsettled not aware this investigation but it could have kept off those who might be planning future a text about the state of the.
BBC Radio London
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you got lots of people are the type who are together so we'll be down on the city expects of it but if there are things subsequent to our conversations about this terrible event in Manchester that you haven't heard discuss that you'd like to press on that you'd like to find more information about then feel free because we're all really scrambling around in the dark toilet make something of this what's the future going to be like how long is this effective state of emergency going to be in place because I heard about with a walk in a day or two but now with the prime minister at the latest update certainly looks like it's going to be in place through the bank holiday so 020 7224 2721 number you can text it one triple sweets and start your message with the word London.
BBC Radio Wales
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good deal with need to pass the parties 6 tests for Wales I pledge to support the Swansea Bay tidal Lagoon and scrap the Barnett formula which calculates how much money comes to Wales from Westminster replacing it with a fair funding formula text Dad will Hamilton is ukip's leader in Wales and join two sky Studios in Cardiff Bay good afternoon hello I just can't write The Chase and you're going to get rid of Barnett formula does that mean Wales we get more or less money mean well as you get more it's not that will get rid of it but we were based on actual needs rather than this historical fiction that it's calculated on at the minute because 40 odd years ago when when it was invented it's simply yes crystallizes the position as it was then and but unfortunately where's it gone backward in the last 40 years compared to other regions and Nations of the United Kingdom without the bottom of the heat so we should go.