Plymouth Herald
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A party-goer has described the horrifying scenes that unfolded as a teenager fell to his death in a block of student flats.The 19-year-old man, thought to be a Plymouth University student, died after falling in a stairwell at Discovery House in the city centre in the early hours of Sunday.His death is understood to be a tragic accident.Paramedics were called at 2.38am to attend the teen, who had suffered severe head injuries and a possible fractured leg.He had fallen in the communal stairwell of...
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Our unity of purpose in seeking this good future should be a source of strength in this House and I will keep the House informed at every opportunity. I'd like to thank the Secretary of State for His response and for the helpful way he kept myself and other interested parties informed as matters unfolded.
Plymouth Herald
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A party-goer has described the horrifying scenes that unfolded as a teenager fell to his death in a block of student flats.The 19-year-old man, thought to be a Plymouth University student, died after falling in a stairwell at Discovery House in the city centre in the early hours of Sunday.His death is understood to be a tragic accident.Paramedics were called at 2.38am to attend the teen, who had suffered severe head injuries and a possible fractured leg.He had fallen in the communal stairwell of...
The Week
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.. or Sutton The devastating defeat in Germany unfolded in front of a crowd of 75,000, but only 5,000 will be in attendance for the crucial FA Cup clash against the non-league minnows. But while the crowd may be small, interest in the game is huge. "So nobody cares about the FA Cup? Try telling them that at Sutton, which for a few surreal days is discovering what happens when a tiny National League club becomes the temporary centre of the footballing universe," says Jonathan Liew of the Daily Telegraph . "The word 'circus' barely does it justice." A temporary TV studio has been built at Sutton, new floodlights have been installed and building work on the dilapidated facilities has been taking place all week ahead of the visit of Premier League royalty. But while those connected with Sutton have been working round the clock it's Arsenal and their manager who could be forgiven for feeling the pressure.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE side Lincoln will face Arsenal or Sutton in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, while Jose Mourinho will return to Stamford Bridge as Chelsea host his Manchester United side. See how the draw unfolded with Starsport.
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A cave in New Mexico was turned into an amazing piece of art. Many incredible deeds and things go unnoticed into history . However, every once in a while, you come across a mind-boggling story that’s just beyond fascinating. Some would say its magical, other would say it’s simply unbelievable. One such story can be found in the high desert of Northern New Mexico where an incredible story has unfolded beneath the surface. The story of a cave, or better said caves will make you travel to New Mexico and make you see has inside. A small entry that opens into a cavern is where Ra Paulette has spent 25 YEARS, carving New Mexico’s sandstone into breathtaking art.
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PEDRO and Diego Costa were on target as Chelsea ended Wolves' FA Cup run at Molineux. See how the drama unfolded with Starsport.
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EXPRESS SPORT brought you all the action from today's 3pm kick-offs in the fifth round of the FA Cup - here's how the action unfolded.
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But I searched relentlessly for words that could bring me solace, allow me to extract shreds of hope and gain a more comprehensive understanding about why things turned out the way they did. Obama calmly assured Americans, "We zig and we zag and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back." I read a quote by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. that resonated with me. "History, by putting crisis in perspective, supplies the antidote to every generation's illusion that its own problems are uniquely oppressive." I found comfort in reminders that America has been in similar positions before. Adults kept saying that Americans are resilient. Time pays no heed to our emotions and we trudge onwards. As November unfolded, I felt surging rushes of disutility and fruitlessness which I initially could not place. I experienced feelings of recognition, and then embarrassment, that I had been unconsciously patting myself on the back throughout this journey.
The Event Chronicle
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It’s anticipated to continue for several weeks if not several months.” Young said the search warrants are an initial step in the investigation. No arrests have been made “at this juncture,” Young said. Mayor Ted Gatsas was not aware of the investigation prior to Tuesday, according to his assistant, Samantha Piatt, who released the following statement from Gatsas late Tuesday: “I am deeply concerned about the events that have unfolded today with Alderman Katsiantonis. I am monitoring the situation and will continue to do so.” Ward 8 constituents with immediate issues should contact one of the at-large aldermen, Dan O’Neil or Joe Kelly Levasseur, or contact the mayor directly, according to Piatt. Katsiantonis was elected to the Board of Aldermen in 2011. A democrat, he is serving his sixth term as a New Hampshire State Rep, and sits on the State-Federal Relations, and Veterans Affairs committees.
MintPress News
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Despite the clear role of the Fed, many were taken by surprise when the economic crisis unfolded. However, some economists saw it coming, particularly those who were critical of central banking policy. As Libertarian organizer and activist Matt Kibbe noted in Forbes in 2011, a handful of well-known investment bankers and financial commentators associated with the Austrian school of Economics, including Jim Rogers, Peter Schiff, and James Grant, were among the few who predicted the crisis. The difference between these individuals and those who were caught unaware was a focus on the analysis of the effect of human action on markets instead of Keynesian mathematical models, which focus on total spending in the economy and how that impacts economic output and inflation. Central to the approach focusing on human action is the realization that the policies of the Fed create boom and bust cycles, or “bubbles,” by distorting information regarding price signals.
The Guardian - Sport
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Violence at a 1977 Cup-WinnersCup tie between St Étienne and United led to an order that the second leg be played at least 200km from Old Trafford The last time St Étienne were supposed to play at Old Trafford they ended up in Plymouth but only after routes to London, Scotland and Northern Ireland were shut. United had been banned from playing at home but not from playing at Home Park, where the match was declared a triumph not because United won 2-0 but because it unfolded without a bloody riot, unlike the first leg in France three weeks before. We are talking about September 1977, a time when St Étienne were slipping out of their golden age and English football was in the throes of an era of glory and beauty on the pitch and fervour and mayhem on the terraces. Violence regularly attended matches involving English clubs – on the same night that United fans earned infamy in St Étienne, there were skirmishes at a Uefa Cup tie between Manchester City and Widzew Lodz, while fighting between fans of Newcastle United and Bohemians in Dublin degenerated to such a level the Newcastle’s goalkeeper Mick Mahoney was felled by a brick.
The Guardian - Sport
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Violence at a 1977 Cup-WinnersCup tie between St Étienne and United led to an order that the second leg be played at least 200km from Old Trafford The last time St Étienne were supposed to play at Old Trafford they ended up in Plymouth but only after routes to London, Scotland and Northern Ireland were shut. United had been banned from playing at home but not from playing at Home Park, where the match was declared a triumph not because United won 2-0 but because it unfolded without a bloody riot, unlike the first leg in France three weeks before. We are talking about September 1977, a time when St Étienne were slipping out of their golden age and English football was in the throes of an era of glory and beauty on the pitch and fervour and mayhem on the terraces. Violence regularly attended matches involving English clubs – on the same night that United fans earned infamy in St Étienne, there were skirmishes at a Uefa Cup tie between Manchester City and Widzew Lodz, while fighting between fans of Newcastle United and Bohemians in Dublin degenerated to such a level the Newcastle’s goalkeeper Mick Mahoney was felled by a brick.
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What unfolded in the Allianz Arena was, in the opinion of former Arsenal defender turned BT Sport pundit Martin Keown , the lowest point in Arsene Wenger's 20-year managerial career at the Emirates. His side actually put up a fight for the first 45 minutes, holding the Germans to 1-1 at the interval, after Alexis Sanchez had equalised from the penalty spot following Arjen Robben's brilliant strike on 11 minutes. But after Laurent Koscielny went off injured five minutes into the second-half, Bayern moved through the gears, scoring three goals in a ten-minute spell during which the Gunners barely touched the ball. The gulf in quality, in class, in composure, was astonishing to behold, incontrovertible evidence that the Arsenal squad assembled by Wenger in the last few seasons is simply not good enough. How many of Wenger's men would make the Bayern XI? None, although on last night's performance David Ospina would be a capable back-up to Manuel Neuer.
Daily Express - Arsenal F.C
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ARSENAL were thrashed 5-1 by Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash in the Allianz Arena. Here's how it all unfolded.