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and that'll be a key feature in the next couple of days. Ahead of that still quite a warm night, particularly in the south-east, 14, 15 or 16 degrees. Now, as we start Tuesday, we've got that low cloud across these eastern areas but it is quite dry. Further west, yes, we've got some rain for a time in Northern Ireland, that moves through
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to tear families apart. Nawal al-Maghafi, BBC News. It's 100 years since the birth of America's 35th President. There've been celebrations and tributes across the country to honour JFK. Here's a look back. Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do.
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very tragic situation in the United States. I've been in Republican politics myself for 30 years, and this administration has turned out to be a disaster in part because of their inability to deal with the Russian interference in the American political system and the fact members of this administration were.
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who are trying... Who tried to destroy the very fundamental of democracy, and that is to change the outcome of an American election. I've seen no evidence they succeeded, but they tried and they are still trying, they are still trying to change elections
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the antibiotic vancomycin. They've modified the drug to make it much more powerful. It was feared bacteria would eventually develop full resistance to the existing form of the antibiotic. Bradley Fikes is a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune. Bradley, I know you've been covering biotech for 27 years or so
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photo is quite shocking. He actually has a bit of a beard and it looks dishevelled and bleary-eyed. Not the look, clearly, that you would want to be seen having. Thank you. Scientists in America say they've made a major breakthrough in preventing bacteria gaining resistance to.
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You've got to do a lot better, haven't you, in terms of communicating with people because that is the number one... People accept there are problems sometimes, that is the number one thing that grates people. We're fully aware that communications have to get better, particularly as social media continues to expand
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in the south-east, 14, 15 or 16 degrees. Now, as we start Tuesday, we've got that low cloud across these eastern areas but it is still quite dry. Further west, yes, we've got some rain for a time in Northern Ireland, that moves through. It will take a while for that to cross Scotland and there will be.
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with the postal service here? Certainly hopeful so, yeah. The collections that we hold represent 500 years of serving the public really. And constantly innovating and constantly changing and certainly in terms of post offices, they've been the glue that's often held the community together. While the ride is clearly the main attraction,.
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Its tunnels snaked between and alongside the regular tube, the one that we all know about. I've been told to come to Liverpool Street station, the capital's gateway to the east of England, to see it for myself
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It's 100 years since the birth of America's 35th President. There've been celebrations and tributes across the country to honour JFK. Here's a look back. Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do.
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about a whole lot of things about it, but it's the Russians who are trying... Who tried to destroy the very fundamental of democracy, and that is to change the outcome of an American election. I've seen no evidence they succeeded, but they tried and they are still trying, they are still trying to change elections
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You've got to do a lot better, haven't you, in terms of communicating with people because that is the number one... People accept there are problems sometimes, that is the number one thing that grates people. We're fully aware that communications have to get better, particularly as social media continues to expand. So, yes, I agree with you, we will continue to invest.
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Lucy Williamson, BBC News, Versailles. It's exactly a week since a bomb exploded at a pop concert in Manchester, killing 22 people, many of them teenagers and children. The security forces have been continuing to raid addresses in various parts of the UK. They've also released new CCTV footage showing the bomber's.
TechCrunch
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As a soldier who occasionally is in uniform in public in the Bay Area as part of my Army Reserve duties I am overwhelmed by the volume of Thank You for Your Service comments I receive. Weve come to a remarkably mature place as a society where you can detest the war; but not the Warrior. For any service member who has received these appreciative acknowledgements in Read More
Techradar
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Imagine fighting your hardest to win a team battle in Overwatch , and just when you think you can take that victory swig of soda, a Mercy flies in with a last ditch revive. Your hand jumps back to the WASD keys, but in your haste youve inadvertently knocked over the bottle onto your keyboard, and suddenly much more than the game is ruined. The Corsair K68 was designed to survive exactly this type of scenario with a new water and dust resistance rating of IP32. This is due to a silicone rubber shield underneath the keys. The impermeable material should prevent any liquid from dripping into the keyboard's mechanical switches or underlying circuity, and should make cleaning up easy. Aside from its rugged features, the Corsair K68 features Cherry MX Red switches with a full red LED backlighting setup. Along the top-right corner of the keyboard youll also find a full set of media shortcut keys for changing volume and playback controls.
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Over the course of the past week, US warplanes have repeatedly targeted the town of Mayadeen, in the ISIS-held part of Syria. The casualties have been overwhelmingly civilian in nature, and many reports suggest those civilians were mostly relatives of ISIS fighters. This would just be another round of US warplanes killing a hundred-plus civilians in their air war, except that during the presidential campaign , President Trump very publicly advocated adopting a US military strategy of deliberately killing civilian relatives of ISIS members, insisting that was the only way to deter ISIS. Put these two facts together and you've got a recipe for a potentially explosive question : is President Trump implementing this policy within the Pentagon, and is that the reason the death toll among civilian family members of ISIS fighters has soared in recent days? Officials have been unusually mum about the Mayadeen strikes, with only a single statement confirming they carried out the attacks, but insisting they were still not sure what casualties might've resulted from it.
Voice Of America
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Saffron has very limited demand in Afghanistan, leaving the market for it outside the country. “Afghanistan has essentially been cut off from the international market for 30 years,” says Alaniz. “They are producing a great product but they aren't able to get a fair value for their goods because they are not able to export it anywhere.” Another challenge Afghanistan's enduring instability isn't the only challenge to getting Afghan saffron to market. “Near to 20 years we've been growing saffron, there are still no certificates for our saffron product,” says Abdullah Faiz, chancellor of Heart University, which is working with Purdue University in Indiana to develop a “department of food technology,” with Afghan saffron farmers in mind. “The department of food technology will teach and give training for the farmers to produce the saffron with hygiene quality,” says Faiz, adding that it could help increase demand for Afghan saffron in new markets.
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outcome of an American election. I've seen no evidence they succeeded, but they tried and they are still trying, they are still trying to change elections. They just try to affect the outcome of the French election. So I think Vladimir Putin, who dismembered Ukraine, a sovereign nation, whose.
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The meltdown hit 75,000 passengers across the world, each with a different story, but one main complaint. No-one was telling them what was going on. You've got to do a lot better in terms of communicating with people because that is the number one... People accept there are problems sometimes, that is the number one thing that grates people. We're fully aware that communications have to get better,.
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