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us secure is really important. Security around Westminster has been visibly increased in the wake of last months terror attack on parliament and Westminster Bridge
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of the lanes around York for Team One Pro Cycling, to wake up the muscles and to catch up with the boys. The day before the race, a nice steady outing with the lads,.
Global News
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In the wake of the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, Winnipeg schools are prepping their staff on how to talk with students about suicide prevention.
Mashable
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Phones are no longer simply "smart" they are equipped with everything you need to navigate modern life. And they're only getting smarter the artificial intelligence (AI) that we interact with every day is making the move to become a fully fledged, reliable personal assistant. With innovation at fever pitch in India and beyond, redefining the smart in smartphone is no mean feat. It means anticipating the needs of the consumer, and ensuring that a device is fully equipped to integrate into everyday life without causing disruption or inconvenience. Meet Arbo. As the resident PA that resides in the Panasonic Eluga Ray series of smartphones, Arbo could be to you what Jarvis is to Iron Man, given half the chance. Arbo is redefining just how smart your phone really is from the moment you wake up til you head back to sleep your artificial assistant will be on hand to guide you through the day.
TIME - Top Stories
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In the wake of Alabama and Mississippi's continued observance of Confederate Memorial Day , Trevor Noah made it clear he is definitely not on board with celebrating the controversial holiday. During Wednesday's episode of The Daily Show , the host denounced the day which pays homage to Confederate soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War as fked up on so many levels. First of all, the Confederacy fought the Civil War to defend slavery. Why would you honor that?, he said. Secondly, what are black people supposed to do on this holiday? Noah went on to explain that he has trouble wrapping his head around the idea that honoring the Confederacy can be observed in a non-racist way. I never understand this argument, he said. People go: Hey, back then they didnt know what they were doing.
TIME - News
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In the wake of Alabama and Mississippi's continued observance of Confederate Memorial Day , Trevor Noah made it clear he is definitely not on board with celebrating the controversial holiday. During Wednesday's episode of The Daily Show , the host denounced the day which pays homage to Confederate soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War as fked up on so many levels. First of all, the Confederacy fought the Civil War to defend slavery. Why would you honor that?, he said. Secondly, what are black people supposed to do on this holiday? Noah went on to explain that he has trouble wrapping his head around the idea that honoring the Confederacy can be observed in a non-racist way. I never understand this argument, he said. People go: Hey, back then they didnt know what they were doing.
Mondoweiss
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Preliminary indications show that the death circumstances were not normal. Moreover, PCHR calls upon the Ministry of Interior, Attorney General and Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) members to take a serious action to reform detention facilities in conformity with the relevant international standards. Commenting on the incident in a statement posted on the Ministry’s website, Eyad al-Bozom, spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior, said, “… The detainee ]…[ was found in his room as a dead body when other inmates in the same room tried to wake him up. He was taken to the hospital and his body was examined at the forensic section that found out traces of a rope on his neck. According to this, an investigation was open into the incident to identify the death circumstances.” Al-Bozom explained, “The deceased had been detained on grounds of a criminal charge since 15 February 2016….
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normally, but the significant police presence was enhanced in the wake of the terrorist attack by Khalid Masood on the 22nd of March. Many more armed police around the Palace of Westminster and these government buildings and around.
Washington Free Beacon
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MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle on Thursday attributed President Donald Trump's successes to former President Barack Obama. Ruhle's comments were prompted by a discussion of the president's first 100 days in office, and Trump's repeated claims that he had inherited "a mess" from the previous administration. "First how frustrating is this for you, Josh?" Ruhle asked guest Josh Earnest, former White House press secretary. "President Obama was definitively handed a mess." Ruhle was likely alluding to, among other things, the tenuous state of the economy that Obama inherited when he took office in the wake of the 2008 Recession. "And while income inequality is a massive problem," Ruhle said, acknowledging that the country was not perfect after Obama left office. "While we've got geopolitical issues, President Trump was not handed a mess." "The 317,000 jobs he created were absolutely on target, and he says he created over 600,000 jobs," Ruhle said, alluding to Trump's claim in early April.
Bleacher Report
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He had a 3.02 GAA and .909 save percentage during the regular season and has struggled in the postseason in three of the past five years. If the Caps can slip a couple of early goals past him in the opener, it could plant a seed of doubt in the Penguins. The Rangers played uneven hockey in their opening-round series against the Montreal Canadiens. After winning the opener, they dropped the next two games and looked vulnerable. However, their Game 3 loss appeared to wake up the Blueshirts, and they reeled off wins in the next three games to take the series. Rick Nash scored the winner in Game 4 at Madison Square Garden, and former Senator Mika Zibanejad scored the overtime winner in Game 5 at the Bell Center. Star goaltender Henrik Lundqvist came through in the series finale with a 3-1 win, and that propelled the Rangers past their Original 6 rival.
Global News
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Didn't wake up in time to catch The Morning Show on AM640? Here's what you missed.
MacRumors
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In the wake of Jimmy Iovine detailing Apple Music 's ongoing efforts to become " an overall moment in popular culture ," today Sean Combs -- aka Puff Daddy -- announced that his new documentary Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story is coming exclusively to Apple Music on June 25 (via Billboard ). The announcement comes after the documentary's premiere at the TriBeCa Film Festival yesterday. Can't Stop, Won't Stop documents the rise of Combs and his record label throughout the 1990s, and extends to the process Combs went through when he put together the 20th anniversary Bad Boy reunion show tour in 2016. The partnership with Apple Music began when Iovine attended one of those shows. "I went to the [Bad Boy Reuion] concert and thought it was incredible," Jimmy Iovine, Apple Music chairman and CEO, tells Billboard. "I think Puff and Bad Boy's story is incredible and one that a lot of people can relate to in any genre or in any business.
CNN World Sport
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Tottenham Hotspur's Victor Wanyama will wake up on Sunday and he will pray.
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Fast Company
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ALARM (groans) Wake up, sleepyhead! # Home again # Many times I've been told.
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The first-quarter gross domestic product report that will be released April 28 could hold significant implications for gold prices. These have fallen somewhat in the wake of the first round of the French election last weekend. Equities, meanwhile, have rallied on the failed...
Goal
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The former Stoke City winger claims that he was 'targeted' in his younger years and wants to see the PFA do more to help protect players
Kent Online
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These are the dramatic moments a car caught fire after being torched by arsonists - leaving a trail of flames in its wake.
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Every day I wake up with a stomach ache and wonder what happened overnight that I'm not aware of. I've told her she should be very happy because our wedding and our honeymoon was paid for by the Donald Trump increase in the stock market. I think the travel ban was an ill-conceived, racist ban that was never going to pass constitutional muster
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Among the changes: United will overbook less and offer more in compensation when it does.
Sky News
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We want our country properly housed, our young people growing up with security, so they can achieve more in schooling, college and go on to university. Because this election is about the future, the future and removing that sense of insecurity that so many face. Is it right that a million people wake up every morning not.
Sky News
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Police forces are increasingly nervous for the safety of MPs as they begin their election campaigns up and down the country. Campigning begins in the wake of MP Jo Cox's murder in her own constituency and recent shootings in Paris ahead of the French elections