BBC One London
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Florence Nightingale. Just some of the hundreds of objects going on show in the newly refurbished National Army Museum which reopens to the public this week. It's been closed for the last three years to undergo a multi-million pound makeover. Alice Bhandhukravi has been taking a look
The Event Chronicle
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On Twitter, Musk has responded to inquiring fans about his progress on a so-calledneural lace,” which is sci-fi shorthand for a brain-computer interface humans could use to improve themselves. These types of brain-computer interfaces exist today only in science fiction. In the medical realm, electrode arrays and other implants have been used to help ameliorate the effects of Parkinson’s, epilepsy, and other neurodegenerative diseases. However, very few people on the planet have complex implants placed inside their skulls, while the number of patients with very basic stimulating devices number only in the tens of thousands. This is partly because it is incredibly dangerous and invasive to operate on the human brain, and only those who have exhausted every other medical option choose to undergo such surgery as a last resort. This has not stopped a surge in Silicon Valley interest from tech industry futurists who are interested in accelerating the advancement of these types of far-off ideas.
The Huffington Post
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The patients spend at least three months living in the clinic, where they undergo daily treatment, which includes individual and group therapy, and EMDR or eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy a technique designed to alter the way the brain stores and recollects traumatic memories. The women can also take part in therapeutic activities like yoga and gardening. Since its opening, the clinic has treated 80 female Yazidi survivors of ISIS, but Ahmad says he doesnt have the resources to provide treatment for all the Yazidi women who need help. Ali Muthanna, regional director in Iraq for the AMAR Foundation , is also struggling to provide support to all the women who need it. He spends the majority of his time at Khanke Camp, an IDP camp in Iraqi Kurdistan, where he treats the 18,500 Yazidis who have been living there since the ISIS attack in 2014 forced an estimated half a million Yazidis to flee their homes.
The Sun Daily
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This despite the deceitful manoeuvres to avoid answering allegations of suspected high-level corruption and abuse of power linking politics and business. She faces multiple charges from coercion to bribery. The whole episode undermines South Korea beyond just its hallowed economy. She is the fourth leader of the country to be investigated over corruption but the first to be impeached. Her denials of any wrongdoing eventually culminated in a nationwide apology as the prosecutors began to grill the former president who admitted: "I will undergo the investigation sincerely." Aptly enough "sincerely" is the key when it comes to handling the threat of national security and survival. It covers not just what is being said in public or private, but also the displayed behaviour intentional or otherwise (through clear body language) as depicted by lifestyles tainted by corrupt and untenable practices.
BBC Four
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undergo an operation or climb a mountain. Stand up on that back foot, Tor. Climbing is a dangerous sport. One false move, and things could go badly wrong for Tor -.
RT News
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Daily Star - Football
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Daily Star - Football
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THIBAUT COURTOIS should be fit for Chelsea's game against Crystal Palace this weekend despite picking up an injury while on international duty.
Oxford Mail
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FAMILIES in Oxford's five tower blocks are being given the chance to develop their computer skills while their buildings undergo a facelift.
Oxford Mail
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FAMILIES in Oxford's five tower blocks are being given the chance to develop their computer skills while their buildings undergo a facelift.
OK!
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Carol Vorderman and all the family [Carol Vorderman/Twitter] And now, 88-year-old Jean has revealed why she WONT be having treatment following the devastating diagnosis. Jean has previously suffered from cancer three times over the past 14 years, and recently underwent several tests which revealed she has multiple tumours. And, as stated by Carol in a heartbreaking post, she was told that this time, the disease is sadly not curable. "At my age I dont want to ...
Daily Mail - Australia
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The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: The two Malaysian seamen who were released after being held hostage by Muslim militants in the Phillipines for eight months, were finally reunited with their families today. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak assured that the Malaysian government would now do its best to rescue the three remaining victims who are being held captive by the Abu Sayyaf militants presently. He said the government would also provide health assistance to the two rescued victims Tayudin Anjut, 45, and Abdurahim Sumas, 62. "Tayudin's eyesight is effected and he has to undergo an eye operation, while Abdurahim can't walk, having trouble with his legs. "We will ask that they both be placed in first class wards. They will be admitted to the Selayang Hospital," he told a press conference, here, today. Najib said no ransom was paid for their release. MORE TO FOLLOW
Futurity
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Sputnik International
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As the EU leaders discussed the future of the bloc at the summit in Rome, it becomes increasingly apparent that the union needs to undergo significant changes in order to become a place of “peace and dignity” and to avoidchaos and disintegration.”
South China Morning Post
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ABC News - Northern Territory
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ABC News - Queensland
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A Bulwell-based children's soft play area is to undergo a 'major' £85,000 refurbishment.Mouse Trap, in Main Street, is adding a four metre-high slide, a new inflatable ball canyon, and a mezzanine floor.Co-owner Darren Wolfe said that although it was planned anyway, the refurbishment was well-timed because cut-price supermarket Lidl has just had permission granted to develop on a neighbouring piece of land. The works will take place in May - forcing the centre to shut between Tuesday, May...
Daily Mail - Football
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Coleman suffered the injury while on international duty with Ireland on Friday evening and was due to undergo surgery in Dublin on Saturday. He now faces months out of the game.
Daily Star - Football
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SEAMUS COLEMAN will undergo surgery today in Dublin after suffering a broken leg against Wales last night.
Daily Express - Sports
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The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) should undergo transformation and move with the times in order to tackle the latest crime trends, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak. Najib explained that currently, most crime cases are no longer conventional, instead they have become harder to track such as white collar crimes like technology abuse, cross-border organised crime and cyber crime. "Therefore, as a dynamic and progressive enforcement agency, transformation and moving along with the times is the way forward. "Moreover, PDRM is the frontline in safeguarding the nation's safety and security," Najib said in his speech prior to officiating the 210th Police Day celebration with the theme "Police and Community are Inseparable" at the Malaysian Police Training Centre (Pulapol) earlier this morning. Najib then stressed that the sacrifices and effort put in by those in uniform should not be overlooked as they have disregarded their own safety and well-being for the nation's benefit.
Slate
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Donald Trump would like us to believe that he is at once the most powerful man on the planet and the one who is least responsible for anything that goes wrong. This is a tough nut to crack. It means that when, say, his American Health Care Act fails to attract the necessary votes to replace Obamacare , it is totally not his fault, and also all his idea. The psychic contortions that Trump must undergo in order to occupy both of these poles simultaneously are a marvel to behold.