Bleacher Report
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The 2017 French Open will kick off on Sunday, as the second Grand Slam of the season brings the best players in the world to Paris. The finals will take place on June 10 and June 11, and given the depth of this year's field, fans should be in for an amazing tournament. Rafael Nadal is the favourite for the men's title after a sensational start to his clay season, but defending champion Novak Djokovic has recovered from a bout of poor form and can't be underestimated. The women's draw is wide open, and defending champion Garbine Muguruza has been in dreadful form in 2017the women's title truly is up for grabs. For the full schedule, visit the event's official website . Live streams will be available via the ITV Player , NBC Sports app and the Tennis Channel . Nadal's incredible run through the clay season, including titles at Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Madrid, had everyone thinking he was a shoo-in for another title in Paris, which would be his 10th.
ITV
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no confirmation that it is that, but with the NHS run somewhere attack in mind, and the timing, people will be thinking this is a hacking. --ransomware. That's it for now. We're back at 6:25pm with the very latest events. Goodbye for now
BBC One London
an hour
Definition of madness, keep making the same mistakes thinking the outcome will be different. From top to bottom, there is no leadership. We have been made a laughing stock
The Event Chronicle
an hour
I tend to write these things in my own language I've developed over the years for thinking to myself, so sharing things with others often requires translation work.Often, so much comes through during these storms of inspiration and insight that it's hard to put them into words for record-keeping purposes. Suffice it to say, I have dozens upon dozens of axioms, musings, and observations that I think are of value, and I plan to share in the future when I can shape them into a form that others can comprehend—above and beyond Justin-speak . Unfortunately, (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), I am a holistic synthesis thinker, which means I tend to generate insights based on the fabric of data and information I'm reviewing at any given time—whether from books, audio-visual media, conversation, or quiet reflection. Sharing these ideas completely and clearly can be challenging because the concepts often rest on top of a host of other ideas, (the tip of an iceberg vs.
Channel 4
an hour
and whether you are female or male, doesn't really come into it? I don't think about it, I never do. I don't know whether it's because I've been brought up in the sport, so I'm desensitised, I don't how you feel, whether you walk around thinking, well, I'm a woman in Formula One and most of my counterparts are male? We just don't, none of us have the time to think about it. All you want to do, and all you care about when you do what we do,.
BBC News 24
an hour
audacious strategy of declaring war on her own voters, pushing into labour territory, showing they could punish wealthier footers, take on their own based on a attempt to get that majority. Thinking the majority is going to be fantastic. We will find out in two weeks' time. You get the sense.
The Event Chronicle
an hour
By Jonathan Carty I was just thinking about how things are going here on Earth and what would have happened if the Starseeds and other Galactic Forces hadnt intervened when we/they did. We all know Ascension is happening right now in real time and we are all guiding humanity and each other head first into it. From the Cabal’s perspective, we are the wrench in their machine. Their Orwellian dystopia isnt happening because of each and every one of you reading this. I just want to remind you all how amazing you are and that you should be proud of how far you have come on this planet. Sometimes it’s a good idea to take a step back and really congratulate yourself on how much you have accomplished and endured on this planet. Playing the role of the white blood cell (cells that protect against attacks) in this galaxy is obviously not an undertaking for an amateur being.
Bristol Post
2 hours
The Bristol weather means were all thinking about it right now, but heres the simple precautions you need to take
BBC News 24
2 hours
Obviously our thoughts have been with those that were affected at the beginning of the week in Manchester and that really has informed our thinking, that has really made sure that we have focused on going how do we make sure this doesn't happen this weekend?.
BBC News 24
2 hours
For me flowers are everything. I was thinking if I have a girl, maybe girl I will give her a name Dahlia. It's a flower name, it's one of my favourite, Dahlia. I think flowers are the one thing which can connect you with the nature
The Sun Daily
3 hours
A hospital bombing in Bangkok, a bombing in East Jakarta and clashes between militant group and Philippines army in Mindanao had claimed dozens of lives and injures many others, all of which occured within a span of one week. Hishammuddin also said that ATM would be adding its mobilisation of assets in Sabah to improve and strengthen the security in the Bornean state. He said he had also talked about the matter with Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. "The deputy prime minister had requested for ATM to closely cooperate with other security agencies in the country to ensure the sovereignty and security of Sabah and the nation continue to be preserved," he added. He said ATM and other security forces in Malaysia were always thinking of the best method from time to time in facing the threat of terror. "We will not bow down to any parties or groups that are trying to disrupt the security and sovereignty of the country," he said.
Sky News
3 hours
balcony. 21-year-old Elie Shah went to the concert with a friend, like so many, she is haunted. I have not slept or ate anything, because I can't stop thinking about it and then as soon as I start thinking about it it goes back into my mind and I hear the screams and see the people running and.
21stCenturyWire
4 hours
There’s this odd, unquestioned assumption that the most honest position to espouse when two narratives contradict each other is to stand right in between them. This is a logic fail; it is a result of bad thinking. The midway point between two positions is not always the most truthful ground; when slavery was being debated, the correct position between “slavery is great” and “slavery is evil” was not “slavery is okay sometimes”. The correct position between “kill all Jews” and “dont kill any Jews” is not “kill some of the Jews”. The correct position between “Our leaders are lying to us about Syria to manufacture consent for a regime change invasion” and “Assad is an evil dictator who needs to be deposed” is not “Well they’re both kinda true, it’s complicated .” In reality, we cannot know with any degree of certainty how good or bad a leader Assad is.
Sky News
4 hours
they were innocuous why they haven't been disclosed, why we didn't know about them? We are expecting him to fly out this afternoon not having talked to journalists and people will read into that potentially what they will. The sceptics, I think, will be thinking that he does want.
BBC News 24
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children about being calm when faced with danger. Thanks for joining us. Can you tell me your views this week on how we should, and hope people should be thinking about big events and what to do in terms of.
Sky News
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to avoid any copycat individuals. People who might have been thinking about doing something and think this is a good time to imitate or in some way carry out one of the more lower profile and low technology logical attacks that we saw over the past year. How long do you.
ITV
4 hours
but you just stand in the back with the phone and film it.' They were brilliant. Thank you very much. Lovely to see you. A pleasure to meet you. And you. He never says that to me! It's the Bank Holiday weekend, and you may be thinking of spending time in the garden. The weather's going to be lovely. Or maybe pottering around in the shed if you've got one, in which case, how high did my voice go then!.
BBC News 24
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have four kids, six grandchildren. I think it affected me there. I was thinking to myself, how would I feel? The week before I had gone to see Manchester City with my four-year-old granddaughter. It could have hit Manchester City that day. It didn't. That is the.
BBC News 24
5 hours
I was slightly distracted because I was thinking about what I was going to ask you first. I know you are going to look through the papers in a second. You have talked before about how people are affected by things. I want to give you -- I want a thought from you about what has happened here this week? It is difficult.
Sky News
5 hours
We are not expecting him to take direct questions from journalists. You can read into that what you will and I think the sceptics will be thinking he's not going to want to be pressed obon the whole Russia question, but it is following him. That's the one topic, everybody wants to ask.
BBC News 24
5 hours
and the hard thing, I found, was actually not running. It is all about the control, the passing, the thinking, and actually not running was incredibly difficult, to stop yourself. I think that is the problem the referees have, trying to distinguish between a very fast walk or a shuffle, actual running. We like to.
ITV4
5 hours
A multi-champion in karts. Doing a supreme job in third. Wood right behind him. McKenna, that black car, menacing this pair and he wants another podium. He's a real thinker, McKenna. The same with Wood. They're thinking kids, thinking about the racing,.
ITV4
5 hours
Down into the chicane. Paul's looking away, thinking it's all going to go belly-up. It doesn't. Coming out of it, Gamble still does it. Look at the yellow car. Collard coming up, with Digby as well
BBC News 24
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moment. Has been happening? It has. You are right. At the time it is very much doing the job that we have been trained to do. It was on a personal level and I am sure I am not the only one, thinking about things afterwards in the days afterwards and the humid element and the consequences.