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Scotsman
Scott Macnab: Catalan struggle not a priority for ScotsScotland has become a common sight in recent years as Nationalists here find so
Scotsman / Posted 4 hours ago
Scotland has become a common sight in recent years as Nationalists here find solidarity with a sister movement in the Spanish region. The links blossomed during the referendum campaign in 2014 which Catalans saw as a beacon of how democracy... Read more
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Adelaide Now
10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexitof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent's top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. "If... Read more
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Weekly Times
10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexitof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
Weekly Times / Posted 9 hours ago
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent's top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. "If... Read more
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Herald Sun
10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexitof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent's top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. "If... Read more
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The Courier Mail
10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexitof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent’s top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. "If... Read more
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News.com.au
10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexitof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent's top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. "If... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Reuters survey: 10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexit's first waveof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent’s top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. “If... Read more
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Daily Mail
Trillion ton A-68 Larsen C iceberg could threaten shippingAntarctic ice shelf. Dr Natalie Robinson, a marine physicist at New Zealand’s
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Antarctic ice shelf. Dr Natalie Robinson, a marine physicist at New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, told the site it was 'a "normal", if relatively large, calving event' and 'very different from the collapse of its... Read more
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EuroNews
Reuters survey: 10,000 UK finance jobs affected in Brexit's first waveof estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will k
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
of estimates by industry lobby groups and firms, which could mean London will keep its place as the continent’s top finance centre, at least in the short term. Most respondents said bigger moves could be in store in a decade or more, however. “If it... Read more
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Scotsman
Why Catalonia’s independence vote is ‘very different’ from Scotland’sauthority on constitutional matters in a dignified way. For pro-independence C
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
authority on constitutional matters in a dignified way. For pro-independence Catalans used to dealing with an intransigent Spanish government in Madrid, Cameron appears a model of reason. On October 1, registered voters in Catalonia are due go to... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland-area events for Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017watercolor artist Joyanna Rose Gittings to explore basic art techniques in the
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 5 days ago
watercolor artist Joyanna Rose Gittings to explore basic art techniques in the open space. Session offer in English and Spanish. Free. Register at offero.larimer.org. Call 619-4565. A Passion for Photography with Michael Wilcox, 7-8 p.m.,... Read more
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BBC News
The problem for the world’s most expensive spiceit and drank saffron tea. In the 14th Century it was used to combat bubonic pl
BBC News / Posted 7 days ago
it and drank saffron tea. In the 14th Century it was used to combat bubonic plague It is a key ingredient in dishes from Spanish paella, to Persian rice dishes and Indian curries It is added to products from coffee to salt, skin creams to... Read more
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Daily Mail
The wait is over... Apple unveils its flagship iPhone Xbutton Cook explained that the Apple campus was designed to be seamless with n
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
button Cook explained that the Apple campus was designed to be seamless with nature, bringing the 'outside in.' A visitor centre will open to the campus later this year, with an augmented reality tour available. Angela Ahrendts, Apple retail boss... Read more
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Daily Mail
Girl, 18, became convinced she was a dinosaurrare and doctors really know very little about it. 'The Encephalitis Society i
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
rare and doctors really know very little about it. 'The Encephalitis Society is a small charity that needs more support to research better treatments. 'I’m determined to spend as much time as possible helping them now that I’m on the road to... Read more
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birminghammail
This is why stunning aurora views have been visible across UKsince modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
since modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has been captured in high detail by a team of researchers from the University of Sheffield and Queen's University Belfast. The massive burst of radiation, one of three so... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
These graduates describe why they've fallen in love with Manchestershe graduated Charlotte Caley, 28, from Doncaster, graduated from the Universi
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 days ago
she graduated Charlotte Caley, 28, from Doncaster, graduated from the University of Manchester in 2012, with a degree in Spanish and Italian. Falling in love with the city during her studies Charlotte decided to stay put after leaving... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Stunning aurora views caused by 'very unusual' phenomenon, say scientistssince modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 10 days ago
since modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has been captured in high detail by a team of researchers from the University of Sheffield and Queen's University Belfast. The massive burst of radiation, one of three so... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists credit solar flare for spectacular aurora displaysince modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
since modern records began in 1996 - erupted from the sun on Wednesday and has been captured in high detail by a team of researchers from the University of Sheffield and Queen's University Belfast. The massive burst of radiation, one of three so... Read more
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Daily Mail
Penelope Cruz looks ready to party as she joins husband Javier Bardemheaded out for a dinner party after the premiere on Wednesday, where she remain
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
headed out for a dinner party after the premiere on Wednesday, where she remained in her glowing, feathered dress. The Spanish Oscar-winning actress made sure to make jaws drop as she stepped out at the Sala Grande in an Atelier Versace fitted... Read more
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Daily Mail
Penelope Cruz leads the arrivals at Loving Pablo premiere at VFFcarpet for the premiere of the highly-anticipated flick at the 74th Venice Film
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
carpet for the premiere of the highly-anticipated flick at the 74th Venice Film Festival in Italy on Wednesday night. The Spanish Oscar-winning actress made sure to make jaws drop as she stepped out at the Sala Grande in an Atelier Versace fitted... Read more
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Daily Mail
Statins DO work, 20-year study findshealth watchdog Nice say the pills should be prescribed much more widely to pre
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
health watchdog Nice say the pills should be prescribed much more widely to prevent thousands of early deaths. Previous research has found statins are very effective at preventing heart attacks and strokes in patients who have already had... Read more
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Daily Mail
Vampires may have been REAL people with a blood disorderpeople with a blood disorder: Scientists publish clearest ever study linking bl
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
people with a blood disorder: Scientists publish clearest ever study linking blood-sucking beings with a genetic mutation Researchers at Boston Children's show how reports of vampires were likely reports of people suffering from erythropoietic... Read more
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Daily Mail
New pen-like device 'can detect cancer in just 10 seconds'New pen-like device can detect cancer in just 10 seconds - and it could be in h
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
New pen-like device can detect cancer in just 10 seconds - and it could be in hospitals by 2018 A new device from researchers at the University of Texas Austin can detect cancerous tumors in 10 seconds The 'MasSpec Pen' is less harsh on cancer... Read more
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Daily Mail
Water-based lithium-ion battery could stop devices from explodingand safety. Some fitted to mobile phones and hoverboards have caught fire afte
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
and safety. Some fitted to mobile phones and hoverboards have caught fire after they have short circuited or overheated. Researchers at the University of Maryland and the US Army Research Laboratory have developed a safe lithium-ion battery that... Read more
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Daily Mail
240-old nautical maps used to track coral loss in Floridaextent of coral reef loss in Florida Keys Experts compared the 'surprisingly a
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
extent of coral reef loss in Florida Keys Experts compared the 'surprisingly accurate' maps to modern satellite imagery Researchers claim that human activity is to blame for much of the habitat loss Eighteenth Century nautical charts are being... Read more
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Daily Mail
Did YOU develop SUPER VISION during the eclipse?Researchers reveal whyDid YOU develop 'super vision' during the eclipse? Researchers reveal why some
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Did YOU develop 'super vision' during the eclipse? Researchers reveal why some people experienced 'unusual clarity' during the historic event The GABA protein is abundant on certain cells in the retina on sunny days It enhances the ability to see... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sharks have besties too and prefer to hang out with others like themlumped with Humans aren't the only species to have best friends - sharks, like
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
lumped with Humans aren't the only species to have best friends - sharks, like humans, have them too. For the first time, researchers have shown that sharks show very strong preferences for particular individuals in their social networks over... Read more
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Daily Mail
Clay seals used over 2,700 years ago in Israelfindings discovered in the recent excavations, will be exhibited to the public
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
findings discovered in the recent excavations, will be exhibited to the public on September 7th at the 18th City of David research conference. Hurricane Irma rages across Caribbean island of Saint Martin island Irma's eye: NASA footage shows... Read more
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Daily Mail
Survey: White Christians are now a minority of US populationto a new survey Four decades ago, about eight in 10 Americans were white Chris
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to a new survey Four decades ago, about eight in 10 Americans were white Christians A new study by the Public Religion Research Institute says that Americans on the whole are becoming less religious and less Christian The share of Americans... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is listening to 'happy' music the key to creative thinking?in thinking Next time you reach a creative block, you might want to play some
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
in thinking Next time you reach a creative block, you might want to play some Bruno Mars, according to a new study. Researchers found that upbeat songs can help you to come up with original and useful solutions to tasks by making you see... Read more
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Daily Mail
Gwyneth Paltrow's favourite agave syrup found to be NO healthierfood bloggers such as Deliciously Ella Pouring maple syrup on your pancakes co
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
food bloggers such as Deliciously Ella Pouring maple syrup on your pancakes could help to ward off Alzheimer's disease, research suggested in March last year. It protects brain cells against the rogue proteins that destroy memory and trigger... Read more
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Daily Mail
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop talks cockroach milkoffspring produces milk to feed its young, and the product is actually 3.5 time
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
offspring produces milk to feed its young, and the product is actually 3.5 times more calorie-rich than cow’s milk However researchers admit it is currently near-impossible to actually 'milk' the bug, with Goop describing the process as precise and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Apple's Steve Jobs Theater has rotating elevators and retactable WALLcurved glass fronted walls and central courtyard as well as a 1,000-seater audi
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
curved glass fronted walls and central courtyard as well as a 1,000-seater auditorium, a gym and 300,000 square feet of 'research' space. Apple Campus 2 will additionally have underground parking hidden from view, meaning 80 per cent of the site... Read more
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Daily Mail
FBI and Justice Dept subpoenaed by House on golden showers dossierTrump during his successful campaign for president. The dossier was funded by
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Trump during his successful campaign for president. The dossier was funded by a group that conducted political opposition research on Trump during the 2016 campaign and included wide-ranging allegations about Trump, his associates and his... Read more
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Daily Mail
Kids who watch porn at a young age are more likely to have sex earlierwho watch pornography at a young age are more likely to have sex earlier and ad
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
who watch pornography at a young age are more likely to have sex earlier and adopt 'unhealthy sexual habits' later in life Researchers surveyed adults aged 18-25 about their porn and sex habits They found that those who watched porn younger... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cellular 'time machine' could offer Parkinson's treatmentDrp1. This cellular time machine was found to lengthen the life-span of the ins
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Drp1. This cellular time machine was found to lengthen the life-span of the insects by between 10 and 20 per cent The research highlights the importance of a protein called Drp1 in ageing, levels of which decline with age in flies and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hackers gain entry into U.S., European energy sector, Symantec warnsthat has in some cases successfully broken into the core systems that control t
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
that has in some cases successfully broken into the core systems that control the companies' operations, according to researchers at the security firm Symantec. Malicious email campaigns have been used to gain entry into organizations in the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Joint custody is best in a divorceif they DON'T live with just mum or dad Parents report no behavior difference
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
if they DON'T live with just mum or dad Parents report no behavior difference between joint custody and classic families Researchers believe children benefit from everyday contact with their parents Parental quality improves if they do not just... Read more
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BBC News
Pope visits Colombia seeking to heal dividesthe longest civil war on earth."Image caption Colombia has the seventh-biggest
BBC News / Posted 13 days ago
the longest civil war on earth."Image caption Colombia has the seventh-biggest Catholic population According to the Pew Research Centre, 79% of Colombians consider themselves Catholic. It's the third most Catholic country in Latin America after... Read more
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Daily Mail
Penelope Cruz catches water taxi with husband Javier Bardem in Venicein good spirits as she was seen leaving her hotel during the 74th Venice Film F
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
in good spirits as she was seen leaving her hotel during the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, on Wednesday. The Spanish actress, 43, cosied up to husband of seven years Javier Bardem, 48, as they boarded a glamorous water taxi to explore... Read more
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Swissinfo
The companyreflecting the view of Switzerland from abroad. swissinfo.ch‘s coverage focuses
Swissinfo / Posted 14 days ago
reflecting the view of Switzerland from abroad. swissinfo.ch‘s coverage focuses on politics, business, culture, society and research. swissinfo.ch also provides specific information for the Swiss abroad to assist them in exercising their political... Read more
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London SE1
Bishop is St Matthew's at the Elephant parish priestand said that the church should be the 'still small voice of calm' at its heart
London SE1 / Posted 15 days ago
and said that the church should be the 'still small voice of calm' at its heart. The service was conducted partly in Spanish to acknowledge the Hispanic congregation led by Revd Dr Hugo Adan Fernandez and the local established but changing... Read more
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Daily Mail
Look up tonight! A massive asteroid will make a close call with Eartharound 6 miles wide (9.7km) or more to cause mass extinction, according to expe
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
around 6 miles wide (9.7km) or more to cause mass extinction, according to experts from the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Although a collision will not be happening this year, a very small change in an asteroid's motion - only be a few... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is this a CURE for high blood pressure?photo) Only 86 per cent of the population currently meet recommended magnesium
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
photo) Only 86 per cent of the population currently meet recommended magnesium levels in their diet, according to the researchers from the University of Hertfordshire. They say that supplementation is proven to improve immune function and our... Read more
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Daily Mail
Subantarctic seabirds choose mates that match their feeding habitsreproductive success When it comes to love, there's a saying that opposites at
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
reproductive success When it comes to love, there's a saying that opposites attract - but not if you're a Kerguelen shag. Researchers have found that these subantarctic, diving seabirds breed with monogamous mates that best match their feeding... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The 'underground astronaut' and her search for ancient bones18-centimetre pinch," Elen says. Expedition leaders Professor Lee Berger and P
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 25 days ago
18-centimetre pinch," Elen says. Expedition leaders Professor Lee Berger and Professor John Hawkes in front of the command centre tent. (Getty Images: Herman Verwey/Foto24/Gallo Images) Expedition leaders Professor Lee Berger and Professor John... Read more
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BBC News
'I fear my neighbour' - the story behind US hate crimestinged presidential campaign, as well as a willingness of victims to step forwa
BBC News / Posted 26 days ago
tinged presidential campaign, as well as a willingness of victims to step forward, may be the forces behind the spike, researchers say. By highlighting issues such as race, religion and national origin, the tone of the past US presidential... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish in Melbourne: City is ‘liveable’ - if you can afford itagency (I’m an architect-turned-service designer), I meet people every week fro
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
agency (I’m an architect-turned-service designer), I meet people every week from all walks of life as part of our design research, and the stories of inequality, lack of opportunity, and the difficulties faced by vulnerable people across... Read more
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asianage
New-look BFC brace for North Korean challengethe scanty information available about their opponents, with only a total of tw
asianage / Posted 28 days ago
the scanty information available about their opponents, with only a total of two matches on offer, for preparation and research. BFC’s Spanish coaching duo of Albert Roca and his assistant Carles Cuardet built their AFC Cup challenge last... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
New-look BFC brace for North Korean challengethe scanty information available about their opponents, with a grand total of t
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
the scanty information available about their opponents, with a grand total of two matches on offer, for preparation and research. The Spanish duo of head coach Albert Roca and his assistant Carles Cuardet built their AFC Cup challenge last... Read more
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