Autosport - Formula 1
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BBC News 24
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Premier League in August. Now, Arsene Wenger. We might hear more about his future today. Is he going to get another contract at Arsenal? That is the question. We do know that Arsene Wenger held a meeting with the owner Stan Kroenke yesterday. The outcome remains unclear but the decision will be relayed to directors at a.
The Iran Project
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According to the Observatory, the last bus load of militants left the area on Monday. The convoy was headed for the northwestern province of Idlib. Syrian militants have their names checked at a checkpoint manned by government forces ahead of their evacuation from the Waer neighborhood, in the central city of Homs, on May 21, 2017. It added that around 450 militants along with their families were permitted to leave the city. Syria has been fighting different foreign-sponsored militant groups since March 2011. UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura estimated last August that more than 400,000 people had been killed in the crisis until then.
BBC Radio Scotland
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William from you before the end of the programme 8:43 and let's find out what she's talking about at the top of a good morning good morning it's just remind everyone that Gillian is it a city farms and we're talking about the baby box scheme which has a Scottish government has introduced a wheelchair spoke about this for a couple of years but it will be rolled out across the summer any baby born on or after August 15th will receive this box which I could potentially double as a crib so be interested to know from people if they would put the baby to sleep in a box it will also be stuffed full of up to 40 products basic bedding clothing reusable nappies whole list of that sort of essentials that they seen under every single baby will be eligible to get.
The Herald - Sport
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DOUGIE IMRIE is right. When August comes around and all the, cough, experts are asked to tip who they think will be relegated from the Premiership almost everyone will go for Hamilton Academical.
Daily Express - Entertainment
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The Sun Daily
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Judge Datuk Nor Bee Ariffin set the date in chambers during case management today. The court also fixed January 11, 12, 18 and 19, 2018 for hearing and August 4 for case management. The plaintiff (Mukhriz) will call six witnesses while the defendant (Tunku Abdul Aziz) will call three witnesses to testify in the hearing. — Bernama
Techradar - Reviews
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Pricing for the Predator Triton 700 starts at $2,999 (about 2,320, AU$4,020) and thats downright bonkers in a space of ultra-thin laptops that have been getting progressively more inexpensive. So this 15-inch better really bring the heat when it releases this August. Early verdict Acer continues to put out head turning gaming laptops and the Predator Triton 700 makes a much better case for itself than the digital piano-sized Predator 21 X. That is, until you see the $2,999 (about 2,320, AU$4,020) price tag attached to it. Without all the details on the just how well the GPU performs or battery life, its too early to call if this 15-inch ultra-thin gaming laptop is a winner, but its certainly one youll want to keep an eye on.
BBC News 24
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Promotion is worth around £175 million to the club who will join Brighton and Newcastle in the Premier League in August. This is a fairytale that's not usually possible
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Promotion is worth around £175 million to the club, who'll join Brighton and Newcastle in the Premier League in August. This is a fairytale that's not usually possible. I'm one of the happiest men on the.
Derby Telegraph
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So, the Championship season is done and dusted until August.While the Rams have been away from football for more than three weeks now - there has still been plenty of action.The play-offs have been in full swing since Derby closed their season with a 1-1 draw at Rotherham United.Reading knocked out Fulham in the first semi-final, while Huddersfield Town overcame Sheffield Wednesday on penalties.So it was Reading and Huddersfield going head-to-head at Wembley.But who came out on top, and which...
Politico
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While she canceled at the last minute due to illness, she sent a short video message from New York saying she’d “always loved” the group and wished it “best regards for an incredible evening.” Organizers say that they’ve been talking more frequently with Lara Trump since the presidential election and that she’s offered Trump Organization golf and casino outings to help raise money through silent auctions. “She really wants to be the first First Family member that champions an animal issue,” said Kevin Chase, the Beagle Freedom Project’s head of operations. “Usually it’s military stuff, veterans, children, eating healthy. She’s like, ‘I want to finally be the voice of some animal stuff.’” Connecting with Chase, who is also known by his given name Kevin Kjonaas, brings political risk. The 39-year-old was released from a Minnesota federal prison in August 2011 after completing most of a six-year sentence for using a website to incite threats and harassment against a company that tested products on animals.
The Event Chronicle
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The Washington Times - Golf
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The Economic Times
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Prada, Armani and Hugo Boss directly source leather bags for men and women from Kolkata exporters, Juneja said. "I supply to Mango and we may too get a call shortly." Juneja said if the supply side dries up, the industry may have to import leather. BANGLADESH MAY BENEFIT Kolkata is a major leather industry hub, accounting for as much as 58% of leather goods exported from the country. There are some 1,500 exporters in the Bengal capital alone. August to December is the critical time for the industry, as 45% of the exports take place during these months. Exporters see Bangladesh benefiting from the ban on cattle slaughter in India. The leather produced in India contains certain type of grains which leather from countries like South America and Africa do not have. "Bangladesh's leather is more akin to that of leather manufactured in India," said Nafis of Zia Hide Skin Agency, who has a factory in Chennai.
TIME - Top Stories
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The Event Chronicle
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In order to find ways to improve our understanding, NASA is going to get even more up close and personal with the Sun's corona than Helios 2, and blow its record out of the sky. Due to be launched around August next year, the robust little probe will swing past Venus seven times over the course of seven years to fine-tune an orbit that will take it within 6 million kilometres (a little under 4 million miles) of the Sun's surface – or photosphere – in 24 elliptical loops. That might not sound very close, but at just nine times the Sun's radius, it's still a rather daring move that will allow sensors to sweep close enough to trace the magnetic fields and catch a few solar particles without getting fried. As it is, the probe will be forced to endure temperatures up to 1,400° Celsius (about 2,550° Fahrenheit) while keeping its payload at a comfy room temperature.
Bleacher Report
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Competitive imbalance is an unavoidable reality in the star-driven NBA." " Hibernating bears have experienced more suspense," the Chicago Tribune 's Jerry Brewer quipped. "Thank God for the NHL playoffs," TNT's Charles Barkley said after Golden State's 121-95 Game 4 elimination victory over the Utah Jazz in the second round (via Sportsnet's Michael Grange ). "That's what I'd be watching in the back instead of these blowouts." "Dynasties aren't new and aren't badthe [Los Angeles] Lakers and the Celtics dominating the 1980s was fine, and the [Chicago] Bulls taking over the '90s is still historic, and who cares if the Lakers and the [San Antonio] Spurs won most of the titles in the 2000s," SB Nation's Tim Cato wrote. "We had a good time, didn't we? "But on the other hand, while dominance can be enjoyable to watch, it would be nicer if the Warriors and Cavaliers' trips to their third straight Finals against each other showed even a morsel of entertainment or uncertainty, not this sure thing we've seen coming since last August.
KyivPost
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Daily Express - Entertainment
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Voice Of America
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Turkey has intensified its crackdown on Islamic State-associated militants since the deadly New Year's Eve attack on Istanbul's Reina nightclub that was claimed by IS, according to officials and analysts. Data gathered by the private Turkish firm S Bilisim Danismanlik said eight IS militants were killed in Turkey this year, with nearly 500 others arrested and 525 convicted. In addition, Turkey said its recently completed military operation in northern Syria, known as Euphrates Shield, killed 2,288 IS members since it began last August, including 750 this year. In past years, Turkey came under blistering criticism for allowing IS militants from other countries to gain passage into neighboring Syria and Iraq and letting IS sympathizers gain havens in the country's southeast region. Turkey has been targeted by IS militants several times including the Reina attack by an Uzbek gunman that took 39 lives and wounded many others.
Proactive Investors USA
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..? And all of Tinka's progress comes encouragingly at a time of rising zinc prices. In 2016, the metal commonly used in galvanizing steel, has an excellent 2016, rising around 60%. This year hasn't been quite so meteoric, not least due to falling steel demand in China, but the signs are promising of a further uplift. One official study recently forecast global demand of the refined metal would exceed supply by 226,000 tonnes in 2017. It currently stands at around $2,633 per tonne. Earlier this year, Canadian broker RBC Capital noted it believes zinc will advance to $1.35 a pound or $2,976 a tonne over the year and singled out the metal as one with the "best fundamentals". In August last year, Carman told Proactive that the fundaments for zinc were “absolutely fantastic”. Tinka is a pre-revenue explorer, and the net loss for the six months to end March was $1.12mln (2016: $361,000). It had cash of $10.8mln at the end of the period compared to $3.7mln at the same time last year.