Evening Standard
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Transport bosses said the 24-hour Tube strike set to cripple two London Underground lines is going ahead despite last-ditch attempts to thrash out a deal.
The Sun Daily
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It all started three years ago when JC Lua would walk to the company he was doing his three-month internship with as it was just a walking distance from his apartment in Kuala Lumpur. Taking the same route every day, he noticed there were always fallen leaves on the ground. That got him thinking about what he could do with all that free material, and he started to learn how to carve leaves and search for information on leaf preservation and carving techniques. “I have always been a ‘go greenperson since I was a kid and as a designer in the industrial design field, I want to look into eco-concept designs. As a designer and artist, I want to do something to spread the awareness among the public,” he said. Lua, also known as Leaf Man, couldnt find any specific techniques on leaf carving so he imitated the paper carving technique and applied it to leaves.
Sky News
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Here in Holland, there aren't enough criminals to fill the cells. All the doors are open now. Prisoners can walk freely within this secure area. They're all open? They're all open, yes. Unlocked doors surround part of the wing and every new inmate is given keys to his own cell.
The Economic Times
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3 billion). It’s also encouraging private spending by companies like Jeddah-based Al Jazirah Safari, which is building the Shaden resort, a 100 million-riyal project. Some Saudis who live there are looking forward to the opportunities. Farmer Ahmed Al Masoud plans to turn his orange groves into a resort where he’ll teach tourists about traditional agriculture. Businessman Faras Al Harby is importing souvenirs from China. They’re all waiting for one thing: tourists. On a recent afternoon, 56-year-old Birgit Mitchell had the place pretty much to herself. An American teacher who lives in Saudi Arabia, she took the bus there, playing her guitar for Saudi women at rest stops along the way. “Wow, I can’t believe we can just walk here,” she said, popping in and out of the carved tombs. Most visitors are Saudi residents, like Mitchell, or citizens of other Gulf countries, who dont need visas.
Bristol Post
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ITV
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We are talking about the future of UKIP, the future of labour and Jeremy Corbyn. Your extraordinary ability to walk and talk in that manner! I have been practising for years! Who will win? You cannot call it. In Copeland the bookies are very short on the Tories winning.
Sky News
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Here in Holland, there aren't enough criminals to fill the cells. All the doors are open now, so prisoners can walk freely within this secure area. They're all open? The doors are open, yes. Unlocked doors surround part of the wing and every new inmate is given keys to his own cell. This is my wardrobe, and my clothes, my jacket.
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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TYT YouTube
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Dr. Phil's so-called "Cash Me Ousside" girl was recently mobbed by screaming fans. Ana Kasparian and Ben Mankiewicz, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "After becoming a viral sensation following her appearance (and reappearance on Thursday) on Dr. Phil where she admitted to stealing cars and delivered the iconicCash me outside, how bow dah?” line, Danielle Bregoli is using her new fame to come out swinging. Sorry, that was kind of insensitive seeing as how she literally punched someone on an airplane. While TSA agents might not be a fan of the 13-year-old, that wont stop all of us from enjoying this new music video from Kodak Black that stars Danielle. I havent seen a grill moment this awkward since Michael Scott burned his foot on a George Forman grill. Also, Danielle is looking at the camera the same way we all look at our crushes when they walk in the room.
BBC UK News
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Both the Central line and Waterloo and City line face severe disruption.
Global News
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Daily Mail - News
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The 90-year-old monarch is said to walk around Buckingham Palace to turn out the lights after her staff have left for the evening. The conventional heater can be bought for £20 on the high street.
Voice Of America
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Hester approved of the plans and rejected the undercover agent's offer to walk away if he didn't want to participate, the complaint said. Used encrypted messaging app Hester communicated five times in early February with an undercover employee via an encrypted messaging app, saying he was “happy to be part” of the plan and predicting the day of the attack would be “a good day for Muslims,” according to the complaint. On February 17, Hester met with another undercover employee and provided more nails before they went to a storage facility, where Hester believed the components would be stored, the complaint said. He was arrested shortly thereafter. On October 3, 2016, Hester was arrested in Columbia in an unrelated case after he allegedly threw a knife through a store window and threatened an employee during an argument with his wife. He pleaded guilty to one count of felony property damage and one count of unlawful use of a weapon and was released on his own recognizance awaiting sentencing, which was scheduled for March.
Goal
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The hosts had to dig deep to twice come back from behind, and their midfielder believes they fully deserved to walk away with a triumph
Washingtons Blog
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There, the Aadhaar system, which is a 12-digit-identification that is correlated to biometric measures, is becoming pervasive throughout the country. This will be the foundation for how we bring that switch to every mobile phone in India. We are expecting to use these IDs, so that when you show up for any government service, say you walk into a primary health clinic, we will be able to use this ID to bring up your health record very quickly. If you move from one part of the country to another, you will be well tracked and served .” Gates mentioned that such a unified biometric ID is also being developed in Pakistan and Africa, presumably with the help of the Gates Foundation, which is working closely with the central banks of Pakistan and Nigeria, Unified IDs of the same type introduced in three of the most populous countries of the world should take the Gates Foundation quite a big step closer his dream of a globally unified biometric ID to “track and serve” everybody on earth.
Bristol Post
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BBC News 24
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But you get chaos and that is why the Bolsheviks could walk in into This has legal status. You could use Article 50 as a cut-off point but then you have to take stock of people who were there.
BBC News 24
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We have a different system in Britain. Yeah, I understand the Conservative Party and Labour Party are different, but I'm wondering if you are closer to Ed than Jeremy Corbyn. Let's be absolutely honest here. I'm a Labour politician and I walk through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn to oppose a lot of what the Tories did which has put the economy in a mess that when it came to the Brexit vote, they had to protest against David Cameron and George Osborne for what they have done.
The Herald - Sport
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MARK Wotte has urged the Rangers board to think big and think European when it comes to their choice of director of football and said that the challenge of returning the club to the Champions League was one that he "wouldn't walk away" from. The Dutchman, currently employed as performance director for the Moroccan Football Federation, had discussions with Ibrox director Paul Murray prior to the appointment of Mark Warburton back in 2015 but hasn't been mentioned in an interview process thus far this time which has been thought to involve Southampton's Ross Wilson, Tottenham Hotspur's Paul Mitchell, Huddersfield's Stuart Webber, Alex McLeish, John Park and current Brentford head of football operations Robert Rowan. Wotte, however, is aware of the Dutch connection at the Ibrox side and regards transforming their fortunes as "one of the ultimate challenges in football".
BBC Two England
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I'm a Labour politician and I walk through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn two of those -- to oppose a lot of what the Conservatives did which has put the economy in a mess that when it came to the Brexit vote, they had to protest against David Cameron and George Osborne for what they have done.
Deadline
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Less than four-months after taking a sledgehammer to then candidate Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame , Jamie Otis was sentenced today and justice was not as rough on the admitted vandal as he was on the ex- Celebrity Apprentice host's five-tipped honor. Facing a maximum of three-years in jail and $10,000 in fines, Otis plead no contest in L.A. Superior Court downtown on Tuesday and got no time behind bars at all. Instead, the 53-year old self-described...
BBC One Northern Ireland
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I thought the DUP would be governing Northern Ireland essentially in perpetuity, albeit in partnership with Sinn Fein. I think what the DUP forgot was that the assembly is built on a partnership and it only takes one partner to walk away and the edifice collapses. Dina Kite resigned as I Sinn Fein MLA last year, after the party suspended him over claims that he coached a blogger.
BBC One London
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That tunnel was shut for more than two hours. I am on my way to catch my playing. It is desperate. What are you going to do? I don't know. Walk to the airport. It is not good but they have a right to protest.
CNN
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