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victims. That is what makes this particularly awful. We are guarded at Westminster by fantastic policemen and security personnel and one of them lay down his life yesterday and ran towards the danger as others did. This seems on Westminster Bridge of innocent people and many will watch the programme, who will have walked over the bridge and visited London, live in London, come from overseas, and the thought that they can suddenly be struck.
The Economic Times
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"My parents had jobs; but not all Americans have jobs," he said, adding that helping Americans find good jobs, safe jobs, should not be a partisan issue. In his testimony, Acosta expressed concern over skill gap. "As I visited with Members of this Committee, I repeatedly heard that in your states the jobs are there, but the skills too often are not. In one of your states, for example, a community college was teaching welding techniques that employers no longer used," he said. "Not surprisingly, the students could not get a job when they graduate. We can and must work to reduce the skills gap. We need to make better efforts to align job training with the skills the market demands of its workers, especially as advancing technology changes the types of jobs available in our economy," he added.
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Marsh. He has visited them in hospital and says they are in a stable condition. More on the victims as we get them. That speaks to Faisal Islam and Roger Gray, a former.
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might have visited Parliament. College students and school students were involved in this, innocent people attacked by someone who was filled with hatred. We mustn't ever let them defeat the values that we have. As part of your role on the home affairs select.
China Daily
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IPOH: Perak would be a new destination for tourists from India, said Tourism Malaysia director-general, Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab. He said over 630,000 tourists from India visited Malaysia last year, putting it in sixth place as a popular tourist destination for Indian nationals. "Tourism Malaysia is always looking for new destinations in the country to be promoted to tourism operators across the world and in conjunction with Visit Perak Year 2017, a number of initiatives at a higher level have been undertaken, including putting Perak in the tourism itinerary for tourists from India. "For this, Ipoh will be introduced as one of the new Singapore-Penang cruise holiday destinations. After arriving in Penang, the tourists from India will be taken to Perak by bus and then to Kuala Lumpur before returning home," he told reporters at the India-Perak Travel Mart, here, last night.
Coventry Telegraph
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Daily Mail - Australia
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For Australian reporter Roz Kelly, cricket WAG and new mum, the struggles of raising her 18-month-old son Arias are often dealt with in planes, hotel rooms and airports.
Voice Of America
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As one senior policeman told VOA, any obvious gaps in security need to be plugged quickly in case Wednesday’s attack was a prelude to another. “We still dont know whether the assailant was a 'lone wolf' or part of an operation with others, who may be planning to follow up,” he said. “We have to take into account what happened recently in Brussels and Paris, where there was coordination. Or is this more like Nice,” he added, referring to last year’s terror attack on the French coast. Police know the identity of the assailant, say British security sources, and have visited his home as well as the houses of friends and known associates. Mark Rowley, the acting deputy commissioner who oversees Britain’s counter-terrorism police, said: “A crime scene will remain in place in the affected areas in Westminster - it is vital that we carry out a painstaking investigation to recover all possible evidence.
Haaretz
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The Zero Dark Thirty' star's research for her role in Holocaust drama ‘The Zookeeper’s Wifeincluded touring the Nazi death camp. What happened next made her even more determined to make the movie, based on the true story of Antonina Zabinska.
ITV
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In her downing street statement she talked about Londoners getting up in the morning and going about their day as normal. Tonight they have been heading home as normal at the end of a day that terrorism was visited on the British Parliament and the British way of life
TIME - Top Stories
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The Huffington Post
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In both trips, passengers will be treated to views of the famous ships deck and grand staircase, which lie approximately 2.4 miles beneath the Atlantics surface. Bluefish further advertises views of the Marconi Room, from which the ships SOS signals were broadcast, as well as Titanics boilers and propellers. Blue Marble touts the trip on its website as a rare opportunity that very few have seen, or ever will. Far fewer people have visited the wreck of the Titanic than the number who have been to space or summited Mt. Everest this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and an expedition designed only for those with a truly adventurous spirit, the companys website reads . According to a previous CNN report, the company Deep Ocean Expedition was the last to offer public dives to the Titanic.
Dover Express
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A group of students from Kent were caught up in the horrors that engulfed London today, (March 22), as they visited their local MP at work. Around 15 pupils and two members of staff from Rainham Mark Grammar School were being given a tour of the Palace of Westminster by their very own MP Rehman Chishti. Read more: London terror attack: At least two dead and 'many more injured' as London comes to a standstill The day followed the normal procedure: a tour of the building, followed by an...
Liverpool Echo
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of 17, after meeting Abu Hamza at the Finsbury Park Mosque. He visited Pakistan in 2001, before the 9/11 attack, he later claimed to have given a series of lectures there and attended training camps. A few years later when the now notorious Al-Muhajiroun was banned, he became the spokesman for its replacement
21stCenturyWire
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These reports were apparently based on materials retrieved from the computer of the Amir of Gaziantep' Yunus Durmaz, who blew himself up to avoid getting arrrested in May last year. In fact, in August last year, another CHP MP, namely Elif Doğan Türkmen from Adana, visited Gaziantep only to subsequently report to the press that “3 to 4 neighbourhoods are literally in the hands of ISIS and according to the local population the state deliberately ignores this.” And in November 2016 then, the opposition daily Cumhuriyet published a piece based on the prosecutors' report on the 2015 Ankara bombings, detailing that video footage available on the computer of one of the arrested suspects, a man called Yakup Karaoğlu, conctituted circumstantial evidence regarding the city's relationship with the Islamic State (IS/ISIS). The footage in question showed IS supporters touring the city on 3 motorcycles and in eleven separate vehicles, while shoutingAllahu Akbar.
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The Economic Times
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His speeches have consistently demonized Muslims; he’s even called for Hindu icons to be installed in every mosque in India. His views on women’s issues are equally clear and dispiriting: Theirenergy” must be “channelled and regulated” so they can give birth to great men. Uttar Pradesh is vast. Were it a separate country, it would be the world’s fourth-largest democracy. Its population is young, growing and jobless. Yet Gorakhpur, the northeastern city which Adityanath has represented for five terms in Parliament, is far from a model of development; it’s in fact one of the most depressing places I have ever visited. Industry and investment have passed it by. People talk in hushed tones of the power of the temple that Adityanath heads, and of the dreaded militia through which he rules the area. Some observers think Modi is showing his real colors.
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