Sky News
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Sky's Asia correspondent visited an island to assess the damage caused by plastic pollution as part of our ocean rescue campaign. Researchers say the amount of plastic washing up on the world's beaches could have been underestimated by up to 80%. A theory we put to the test
Nottingham Evening Post
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A magician who auditioned for Britain's Got Talent says he was shocked to find a fellow act perform a 'carbon copy' of his own routine. Carl Leek, of Ilkeston, appeared in the Post last October when he auditioned for the ITV talent show, as talent scouts visited the city's intu Broadmarsh Centre. He said he auditioned after producers saw his 'Starman' act on Youtube, and called him in mid-November saying he had made a 300-name shortlist and he would be appearing in front of celebrity judges...
Daily Mail - Home
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Voice Of America
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Once they acclimate to their new environment, overcoming language, social and cultural barriers, refugees in the U.S. often thrive. Some translate their experiences into assets that are valuable to their new community, as did Parvin and Yadollah Jamalreza. VOA's June Soh visited their popular tailoring shop in Charlottesville, Virginia.
BBC One London
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Bergen's Leeds East seat, which he won by over 12,500 votes. Yesterday she went north of the border to Aberdeenshire, where amongst other places she visited the SNP seat of West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, where the Tories would have to gain over 7000 votes to unseat.
BBC One London
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That is not the only Conservative seat he has visited, along the way he popped in on Bristol North West, a Conservative majority of nearly 5000. The Tory seat of Cardiff North, a lead of just over 2000, Warrington South,.
BBC One London
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The Sun Daily
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" Prime Minister Sooronbai Jeenbekov visited Ayu village after the landslide and said the government would provide "all necessary assistance". "We profoundly understand that this is our shared tragedy," he said in comments issued by the government's press service. The emergencies ministry said its chief Boronov was in charge of organising the evacuation of 40 families living close to the disaster zone and housing them in tents, given the risk of further landslides. District official Alisher Bakyshev told local media that residents had been ordered to leave by the emergencies ministry in March due to the risk of landslides and 34 families had left their homes — but some later returned. The landslide is the second tragedy to strike the ex-Soviet country of six million people since the beginning of the year. In January a Turkish cargo plane crashed into a village close to the country's main airport, killing 39 people.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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The Sun Daily
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ALOR STAR: Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah today visited the victim of a freak storm that blew away a tent during the 63rd PAS Muktamar on Saturday night. Ahmad Bashah met the victim during his visit to the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital (HSB) for his routine checkup. "Since I am here and I heard about what happened last night, I decided to visit the victim," he told theSun when met at the hospital lobby early today. He spent about 20 minutes talking to the victim and her family in the hospital ward. Meanwhile, the victim Zainaton Man said she and her family were at the expo site of the Muktamar when the storm ravaged the place. She said it happened during the Maghrib prayer call, when they visited one of the booths at the Muktamar. "I tried to escape, but one of the tents that was swept away by the wind fell on me," she told theSun.
The Iran Project
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Ruptly TV
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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BBC News 24
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Hours earlier, Turkey blocked access to one of the world's most-visited websites, Wikipedia, claiming it is smearing the country's reputation, and some TV dating shows were also banned. We're used to social media blocking, but this is slightly different. And this is different because Wikipedia is actually a platform to reach out, as well
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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earlier, Turkey blocked access to one of the world's most visited websites, Wikipedia, claiming it is spearing the country's reputation, and some TV dating shows were also banned. We use the social media blocking, but this is slightly.
Daily Mail - YOU
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From Victoria’s Secret Angels to Prince Harry, everyone is jumping in the ring. But boxing is about more than jabs and hooks, as Victoria Woodhall discovered when she visited a boxing gym.
BBC News 24
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Nearly 4,000 officials have been purged in the latest in a series of purges following the failed coup last year. And one of the world's most visited websites, Wikipedia, has been blocked. This is what anyone trying to visit the site would see if they try and access it. The government say Wikipedia is trying to run a "smear campaign" against the country. It also suggests the website is co-operating with militants
BBC News 24
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Turkey has blocked access to one of the world's most visited websites - Wikipedia. Anyone trying to access Wikipedia from inside Turkey today will see this. The government said Wikipedia was attempting to run a "smear.
Sky News
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should -- visited the islands to assess the damage caused by plastic pollution as part of our ocean rescue campaign. Researchers say the amount of slapstick washing up on the world's beaches could have been underestimated by up to 80%. A theory we put to the.
Collective Evolution
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Just this year, scientists discovered six more bursts of radio signals, this time coming from a place in deep space outside of our galaxy. A total of 17 such radio signals have been received from this location in space, and given their nature, many people believe they are extraterrestrial in origin. These signals were detected at the Green Bank Telescope in the U.S. and the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. Related CE Article: In 1974 Carl Sagan Sent This Message Into Space, in 2001 We Received This Response The sheer power of these signals, as well as their having been detected coming from deep space, is leading to speculation that there may be an advanced extraterrestrial civilization behind them. We Already Know That We Are Not Alone A big theme here at CE is creating awareness about the fact that there is near undeniable evidence showing that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Politico
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19 Golf days Getty “I always said about President Obama, it’s great to play golf, but play golf with heads of countries and people like yourself when you’re looking for votes,” Trump said in February. “Dont play with your friends that you play with every week. Does that make sense?” The White House does not confirm when the president plays golf , so reporters determine his activities based on photos from the public. (New York Times) 0 Foreign countries visited Trump’s first trip abroad as president will come in May for the NATO summit in Brussels. 16 Foreign leaders hosted Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi wasnt invited to Obama’s White House , but Trump welcomed him earlier this month .
Mondoweiss
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