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have lost their attempt to overturn a verdict that he was lawfully killed. Mr Duggan was shot dead in Tottenham in August 2011. An inquest jury decided that police did believe he was holding a gun when he was killed, although he had previously dropped it
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It follows the drowning of two teenagers from the city off the Welsh coast last August. Today lifeboat staff have travelled from Barmouth to a school in Small Heath where one of the boys was a pupil. Bob Hockenhull's spent the morning with them
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MUMBAI: Mankind Pharma today said it has plans to invest Rs 305 crore in its new venture Pathkind Diagnostics in the next 4 years. Mankind Pharma is a USD 800 million pharmaceutical firm. "We are foraying into diagnostics space with new venture Pathkind Diagnostics. In the coming 4 years, the company has a plan to invest Rs 305 crore in its new venture, which will start its operation from August 2017," a company statement said. "As a part of the strategy, Pathkind would aim to reach out to the masses in tier 2/3 cities in India with the direct approach of providing easily accessible diagnostics services at affordable prices," it added. The decision to launch Pathkind is to focus on organic growth. The company is planning to open 12 large labs, 20 rapid response labs and 150 collection centres in 12 months and will operate on a three-tier model, said the statement.
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Leicester City will get a discount for Sporting Lisbon captain Adrien Silva if they return for the midfielder this summer, reports in Portugal say. City came close to signing the Portuguese international on deadline day last August, Silva declaring he would join the Premier League champions before his move was blocked by Sporting at the last minute, City's reported £21million (then 30m) bid some way short of the 28-year-old's 45m release clause. Now, Portuguese paper O Jogo...
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THE Queensferry Crossing has been delayed by up to eight months with a new date for the opening scheduled between mid-July to the end of August, economy secretary Keith Brown told MSPs.
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The dispute lasted months, and saw Giallanzo's crew and their target trading gunfire on several occasions in the streets of Howard Beach. The defendants were estimated to have earned more than US$26 million from crimes including illegal gambling, robbery and extortion, prosecutors said. Howard Beach is home to a large Italian-American community and is sometimes considered a stronghold of the New York mafia. Last week, the 23-year-old namesake grandson of New York mobster John Gotti was arrested and charged with violent crimes, including a bank hold-up. Six others were also indicted and arrested in the mafia crackdown. And in August, authorities arrested 46 alleged mobsters up and down the US East Coast, accusing them of orchestrating a vast criminal enterprise that stretched from Massachusetts to Florida. — AFP
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But since then, he’s been developing Baby Driver , a terrific-looking movie that features Ansel Elgort as a getaway driver who relies on his tunes. There’s a doomed-sounding heist in the midst of the film too, and a cast that features Lily James, Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm, Jon Bernthal, and Jamie Foxx, amongst others. You’d take it as a given that an Edgar Wright film would have a killer soundtrack. In the case of Baby Driver , music seems even more integral than usual, and there’s a sporting chance we wont just get one of the best films of the year, but one of the best soundtrack albums too. Baby Driver pulls up in August. 6. Star Wars: Episode VIII A less bold studio might have gone with a safe pair of hands when it comes to writing and directing Star Wars: Episode VIII , so it's refreshing to see a filmmaker like Rian Johnson handed the keys to the (former) Lucas-verse.
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The new Queensferry Crossing will not open until between mid-July and the end of August, officials confirm.
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Here in the UK, it started on Monday the 24th of October, on FOX. The Walking Dead season 7 trailer collection Here are all the promos we've seen so far for The Walking Dead season 7... New scene from season 7! Retweet if you're excited! #TWD pic.twitter.com/Ic35s4mcC0The Walking Dead (@TWDBreakingNews) August 15, 2016 The Walking Dead season 7 story While we don't know who Negan killed, we do know a few things about The Walking Dead season 7. Recently, executive producer Greg Nicotero said this to IGN about the show's seventh run... "The main thing about Season 7 is establishing that the world isn't what everybody thinks it is, the world out there. At the end of Season 6, Rick was so confident. 'We're just going to knock out that outpost, we're going to fuck these guys up before they fuck us up,' and it ends with him going, 'Heh, oh well, I had no idea.
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Simon Brew Mar 29, 2017 Al Gore is returning to cinema screens for his sequel to An Inconvenient Truth. Heres the trailer... As promise, Al Gore has put the finishing touches to his new documentary, now known as An Inconvenient Sequel . The film, which picks up on the continuing evolution of climate change, now has a release date of August 25th in the UK. And the trailer for the film has landed. See it right here... From December 2016 When Al Gore was defeated by George W Bush in the 2000 American Presidential election (despite winning more votes than Bush, if memory serves), he licked his wounds and took his climate change presentation on the road. Davis Guggenheim in time approached Gore and followed him as he took his lecture around America, and the pair of them shaped the film that became An Inconvenient Truth . It would go on to win an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, and is held up too as one of the most important documentaries of recent times.
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“On the one hand we’re ready for it, on the other hand it felt shittier every day that went past.” She said the EPA power plant regulation, whose final version she helped draft, “was the president’s signature climate action. The day he announced those regulations for us was as influential as the health care legislation as in that issue area. It was a big day, people were overwhelmed with emotion, people were doing not only what the president wanted us to do, but what was best for the American public. In June 2013 , Obama, in short sleeves, addressed a crowd on a sweltering day Georgetown University, saying he would refuse to condemn your generation and future generations to a planet that’s beyond fixing. He ordered the federal government to change how it dealt with climate change, and called on his EPA to draw up the power plant rules — which Obama and McCarthy did two years later, on August 3, 2015.
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In September, 15,000 people rallied in the French capital to urge an end to violence against the Asian community after the beating death of Chinese tailor Chaolin Zhangh called attention to ethnic tensions in Paris immigrant suburbs. The victim's lawyer said the August 2016 attack was ethnically motivated. Chinese are victims of racist attitudes in France, especially from other ethnic groups, Pierre Picquart, an expert on China at the University of Paris VIII, said. They are targets for crime because they often carry cash and many don't have residence permits, so can be threatened easily. They're angry with police for not protecting them enough. Chinese people do not like to protest or express themselves publicly, so when we see them like this, it means they are very, very angry. They've had enough of discrimination, Picquart added.
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Paramount's motion picture group president Marc Evans promised during ComicCon today that the studio will be working even more closely with its sister Viacom TV brands, the most immediate of which is Nickelodeon . While we already knew about Sherlock Gnomes opening on January 12, the studio has also moved its Amusement Park big toon from July 13, 2018, to August 10 next year. In addition, a new untitled Nick-Paramount property will debut on March 22, 2019, along with the Sp...
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I think that's the message - don't come to Spain. In August 2013, Mark Lilley was flown back to the UK
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