Ruptly TV
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Imagine, that was happening on New Year's. They were all, as far as I know from the court records, very much drunk, and I know also from my client, that he was very much drunk. If he, that drunk, was still master of his own senses. That needs to be found out in the court case by the judge." SOT, Michael Schnarch, defence lawyer (German): "My client will say that he forced the woman into sexual intercourse and he will also say that the woman did not give her approval. There is nothing more I can say. She did not fight back; she was so drunk that she could not give her approval. That is also an important point." SOT, Michael Schnarch, defence lawyer (German): "Of course there is no discussion about it: he is feeling sorry. He must feel sorry, etc. A woman has been hurt. This woman will have effects for the rest of her life. And you must feel sorry, this is indescribable.
TIME - Top Stories
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21stCenturyWire
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Malanin had overseen a period of warming fraternal relations between Greece and Russia at a time when Greece is feeling increasingly alienated from both the EU and NATO. Karlov is said to be responsible for helping to facilitate the rapprochement between Presidents Erdogan and Putin. Kadakin oversaw a period of renewed tensions between India and Pakistan at a time when Russia was trying to continue its good relations with India whilst building good relations with Pakistan. On the 31st of December, 2016, Churkin’s resolution on a ceasefire in Syria passed in the UN Security Council after months of deadlock. The resolution is still in force. Anyone who wanted to derail the diplomatic successes that the aforementioned men achieved for Russia would have a clear motive to extract vengeance. 3. Who Stands To Gain? In the matter of Karlov, any derailment of restored Russo-Turkish relations would be good for those happy for Turkey to continue her support of jihadists in Syria rather than moving towards accepting a Russian and indeed Iranian brokered peace process which respects the sovereignty of Syria as Russia and Iran always have, but Turkey has not.
Core77
2 hours
These cool geometric vases aren't just a fancy set of homeware, they're a gesture of repurposing aimed at reducing waste. The slim vessels were designed by Libero Rutilo to bring fun futuristic design to the issue of overuse and waste of PET bottles around the world. After reflecting on the overabundance of un-recycled water bottles, Rutilo began working on solutions for reuse. After working with 3D printing and airy forms he created this series of vases, each produced with a threaded collar insert. This threading allows the user to screw a plastic water bottle into the vase base, and keep it as a useful decorating feature. As vases go, I love these both for their fun take on repurposing, and because slim tall vases are wonderful for statement flowers yet aren't terribly common in contemporary feeling product lines. That the plans are available for download or remote printing really sells it.
Daily Star - Football
2 hours
ALEX IWOBI looks to be feeling the effects of last night's clash with Sutton.
Copyblogger
3 hours
That payoff can be: Laughing from your humor Learning new information Taking meaningful action that will help them reach their goals The idea forms the backbone of your article that leads to a positive outcome for both you and your readers. We all dream of making such an impact on people that they share our ideas far and wide. If the people reading your words arent inspired to share them with their friends, there’s a ceiling on the number of people you can reach. Where things can go wrong for your idea It might be easy to think of an idea for a piece of content, but when we actually sit down to write: We discover we dont have as much to say about the idea as we first thought. We start writing about one idea, but then introduce another halfway through. In both of these situations, if we publish that content, the reader may be left feeling either bewildered or cheated at the end.
Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City face an almighty challenge in Sevilla tonight but it's slightly different to one their plucky left-back faced during their first foray into Europe.With relegation concerns mounting and a Champions League quarter final at stake Claudio Ranieri's men can be forgiven for feeling nervous.But they won't be as nervous as Richie Norman, who was part of the side who faced Atletico Madrid in November 1961. Astonishingly, just 24 hours before the second leg in Madrid, the defender...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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ARE you feeling lucky? The jackpot in tonight's EuroMillions draw has a huge top prize on offer to players of the Europe-wide lottery game tonight and it could mean that you have won a fortune in tonight's draw. Players who match all five main numbers and both of the lucky stars will scoop a share of an estimated £14 million jackpot. And for those whose numbers do not come up, there is still a chance to win £1 million in the UK Millionaire Maker part of the game, with two...
Manchester Evening News - What's On
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Leicester Mercury
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Leicester City face an almighty challenge in Sevilla tonight but it's slightly different to one their plucky left-back faced during their first foray into Europe.With relegation concerns mounting and a Champions League quarter final at stake Claudio Ranieri's men can be forgiven for feeling nervous.But they won't be as nervous as Richie Norman, who was part of the side who faced Atletico Madrid in November 1961. Astonishingly, just 24 hours before the second leg in Madrid, the defender...
Daily Express - Travel
5 hours
BRITS who feel unwell abroad are most likely suffering from one condition – and it’s easily preventable.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
6 hours
This technique helps you align your most and least productive times with your working and resting periods, respectively, and there are timers you can download to keep track of your status. My method for not burning out over the course of the workday is slightly different but still effective: I downloaded an app called Daily Water that reminds me to drink a glass of water once per hour. When the reminder goes off, I get up from my desk, drink water, and walk around. Taking regular breaks achieves greater productivity than working nonstop, and so do drinking water and exercise . Here’s what my hydration break schedule looks like: If you’re feeling dehydrated and want to try this method, other apps include Waterlogged and Hydro Coach . Have a Good Weekend When possible, try to unplug when you have time off and make the most out of your time off by doing other fun activities outside of your role.
OK!
7 hours
Stacey Solomon is dating Joe Swash [Stacey Solomon/Instagram] However, there is one thing that could be holding the I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp presenters from moving forward in their relationship. The Loose Women panellist recently admitted that her guilt over expanding her brood has stopped her from being able to have children with her long-term boyfriend. Stacey, who has eight-year-old son Leighton Zachary with teenage boyfriend Dean Cox, and four-year-old Leighton ...
Open Culture
8 hours
Power is derived from 2 main sourcesmoney and people. “Have-Nots” must build power from flesh and blood. 2. “Never go outside the expertise of your people.” It results in confusion, fear and retreat. Feeling secure adds to the backbone of anyone. 3. “Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy.” Look for ways to increase insecurity, anxiety and uncertainty. 4. “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” If the rule is that every letter gets a reply, send 30,000 letters. You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules. 5. “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions. 6. “A good tactic is one your people enjoy.” Theyll keep doing it without urging and come back to do more.
The Week
9 hours
Capita is buying the Vodafone division through its PageOne Communications wing. Catering giant seals Tottenham Hotspur stadium deal The catering firm Compass has sealed a ten-year contract with Tottenham Hotspur at the club’s new 61,000-capacity stadium. The £750m venue will become one of Europe’s largest football stadiums when it opens in 2018. The deal, for an undisclosed sum, will create 50 full-time jobs and 1,400 match-day roles. Compass-owned Levy Restaurants will allow fans to pre-order meals and pay using their phones. Quote of the dayThe heavenly aspirations of Unilever You always get the feeling that Paul Polman is about to ascend to heaven. And Unilever always seem to consider themselves to be operating on a higher plane than everyone else." A senior food and drink industry figure says the chief executive of Unilever will need to live up to the hype in the years ahead.
Mind Shift
10 hours
A scaffolded activity focusing on the differences between but, because, and so in a sentence. (Nell Scharff-Panero/"Progressive mastery through deliberate practice: A promising approach for improving writing") Many of these activities are “closed in that they have a right or a wrong answer that indicates both how well students understand the writing structure, as well as the content involved. Scharff is aware that many educators believe writing in this didactic way inhibits creativity and free expression, but she says students need to understand the rules of writing before they can break them. And, she pushes back against the idea that this approach is dumbing down expectations, arguing that short, sentence-level exercises can contain a lot of rigor and show deep thought. “My feeling is that if you believe, as I do, that they’re missing foundational skills, then if all you do is increase the rigor without closing the skill gap, then you’ll just make the divide bigger,” she said.
OK!
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Still intent on revenge for being left hurt by Sinead's decision to leave him for Ken Barlow's son, Daniel Osbourne, Chesney Brown will be seen selling his ex girlfriend's belongings. But the Kebab shop manager gets more than he bargains for when Daniel finds out what he's doing and confronts him about it. Having left Sinead upset by his behaviour, Fiz later tells Chesney that he was wrong to sell her things. Feeling guilty about his antics and the sale of an heirloom from Sinead's ...
Bleacher Report
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Veteran backup catcher Alex Avila offers a flip-side argument. "It's still open," he says: "This team missed the playoffs by a game last year [actually, the Tigers finished 2.5 games out of an AL wild-card slot]. It battled through quite a bit of health issues. A lot of times that comes down to luck. J.D. Martinez running into a wall and breaking his elbow ." Zimmermann, who signed a five-year, $110 million free-agent contract before the 2016 season, battled into late June before a pinched nerve and degenerative neck condition essentially cost him two-and-a-half months and wrecked his season. He made just four appearances after the All-Star break, and the Tigers lost all four. During the winter, after several examinations and tests, a doctor prescribed a nerve block that has Zimmermann feeling hopeful. "I feel good and strong," Zimmermann tells B/R.
The Sun Daily - World News
10 hours
He was working on a three-bedroom terraced house, its hallway filled with campaign leaflets stuffed through the letterbox. "They thought we'd all just go like sheep and vote to stay in the EU. They'd got no idea. They just didn't listen to the people," the 62-year-old said. "We ought to be able to govern our own country." Of Britain's 30 major cities, Stoke had the highest vote to leave the EU in the June referendum, at 69.4 percent. Nuttall is trying to repurpose UKIP, feeling that their survival post-Brexit depends on replacing Labour as the party of the working class in the former industrial heartlands of the Midlands and north of England – places just like Stoke. "This may well be one of the key by-elections in British political history," said Mick Temple, a politics professor at Stoke's Staffordshire University. "If Labour lose here, where can they hold on to their seats in the north? "And for UKIP, if they don't win in Stoke-on-Trent, where are they going to win?" Personal gamble Nuttall, a 40-year-old former university lecturer, accepts that standing himself is a gamble.
The Iran Project
14 hours
SS: Celebrations of Iran’s Islamic Revolution anniversary turned into a hundred-thousand strong protest against America complete with burning of American flags and trampling on Trump dummies. Despite the nuclear deal, lifting of sanctions partially is the Iranian public just as opposed to the US as before? What's your feeling? SM: What you've mentioned about the anniversary of Iranian Revolution this has been, actually, the same during 38 years. It has not change. We've always have had the same slogan from Iranian side, always we have had the same slogan from the American side. It was Trump administration saying Iran is the state terrorism, it is the most dangerous country they made, also, the same very-very negative threatening slogans. It is from both capitals, and this is not something new. However, we had the nuclear deal, it was definitely one step forward, but in parallel, when the nuclear deal was signed in July 2015, since then we had about 80 legislations proposed by the U.
Collective Evolution
15 hours
We think of music as art, as entertainment, and as a pastime. It's personal; it's communal. Music is one of those things that, for many of us, can ignite innumerable feelings and memories in just one song, or even one verse alone. Throughout history, music was used for medicinal purposes, and research today has demonstrated that therapeutic value. But now, new research suggests music could even get you high. Without even knowing the findings, think about how you can relate to this idea. When you're feeling stressed out, motivated or unmotivated, angry, sad, happy, celebratory, etc., music may be one of your favourite tools for heightening the emotions you're feeling, or shifting them. According to the new study, this emotional response happens because music activates a chemical reward system in the brain — the same one that makes delicious food, intense exercise, and opioid drugs feel great.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
16 hours
IN this contender for game of the season, there was nothing to separate the sides who are third and fourth in the Ladbrokes Championship, with both managers feeling the 2-2 draw was fair.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
16 hours
THERE is the feeling during conversations with Derek McInnes that waterboarding might have to be deployed to encourage him to discuss even that his name has been linked with the managerial vacancy at Rangers.
Bleacher Report
17 hours
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Rick Ankiel said he needed alcohol to calm his nerves at the start of the 2001 season. In an interview on The Ryan Kelley Morning After on 590 The Fan , Ankiel explained his drinking before the game in his first start of the year as a 21-year-old: Before that gameI'm scared to death. I know I have no chance. Feeling the pressure of all that, right before the game I get a bottle of vodka. I just started drinking vodka. Low and behold, it kind of tamed the monster, and I was able to do what I wanted. I'm sitting on the bench feeling crazy I have to drink vodka to pitch through this. The pressure came from his struggles during the 2000 postseason. Ankiel was named the Game 1 starter of the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves after an impressive season where he posted a 3.50 ERA with an 11-7 record. Unfortunately, his first playoff start was nothing short of a breakdown.