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Zero Hedge
Addictions: Social Media & Mobile Phones Fall From Graceof social media and mobile telephony, has reached surprising heights in a remar
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 minutes ago
of social media and mobile telephony, has reached surprising heights in a remarkably short time. Consider this article from the Guardian (UK) which compares Facebook and Google's social media empire to world religions in terms of scale, and... Read more
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ajc.com
3 daily cups of coffee linked to lower risk of premature deaththe beverage specifically for their health. "Coffee consumption seems generall
ajc.com / Posted 22 minutes ago
the beverage specifically for their health. "Coffee consumption seems generally safe," Guallar said, according to The Guardian. But he goes on to point out that it is "often consumed with products rich in refined sugars and unhealthy fats,... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Uber wants to end motion sickness in cars: Here's howbody,” according to Mashable. There’s also a call for a light bar, which will
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 33 minutes ago
body,” according to Mashable. There’s also a call for a light bar, which will also help mimic a direction change. As The Guardian reported, the seats inside the car could even vibrate, or motors can control how the car moves during sharp... Read more
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Daily Mail
Marilyn Manson uses a walker for Milan concert after breaking his legManson's shows because they held him partially responsible for the deaths of 15
Daily Mail / Posted 43 minutes ago
Manson's shows because they held him partially responsible for the deaths of 15 high schoolers. Manson, 48, spoke to The Guardian earlier this year about the shooting while promoting his new album Heaven Upside Down: 'Honestly, the Columbine... Read more
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Zero Hedge
November 24Britain's largest water company Thames Water has appointed Ian Marchant as its
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
Britain's largest water company Thames Water has appointed Ian Marchant as its new independent chairman. bit.ly/2AsvLfX The Guardian - The British government's forensic regulator has called for fresh scrutiny on drug and alcohol testing carried... Read more
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African Football
Nigeria players to pocket $2.4 million for World Cup qualificationwhich which will be hosted by Russia. This was confirmed by the NFF's spokespe
African Football / Posted an hour ago
which which will be hosted by Russia. This was confirmed by the NFF's spokesperson Ademola Olajire when speaking to The Guardian Nigeria. “The NFF have agreed to give the team $2.4 million out of the $8 million we are expecting from FIFA,”... Read more
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African Football
Nigeria players to pocket $2.4 million for World Cup qualificationwhich which will be hosted by Russia. This was confirmed by the NFF's spokespe
African Football / Posted an hour ago
which which will be hosted by Russia. This was confirmed by the NFF's spokesperson Ademola Olajire when speaking to The Guardian Nigeria. “The NFF have agreed to give the team $2.4 million out of the $8 million we are expecting from FIFA,”... Read more
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Breitbart
Emmerson Mnangagwa Could Be Interim President or New Tyrant for Zimbabwedirty tricks team feared throughout the land,” wrote Wilf Mbanga, the editor of
Breitbart / Posted an hour ago
dirty tricks team feared throughout the land,” wrote Wilf Mbanga, the editor of the Zimbabwean, a weekly newspaper, in the Guardian. “Over the years, like his master Mugabe, he has been accused of masterminding election violence, kidnappings,... Read more
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Who Ate All The Pies
On This Day In 1999: Liverpool Attempt To Sign Didier Baptiste, Fictional Character From Sky One's 'Dream Team', For £3.5mMonaco. Based on the News of the World’s exclusive scoop, the pending Baptiste
Who Ate All The Pies / Posted an hour ago
Monaco. Based on the News of the World’s exclusive scoop, the pending Baptiste transfer was also reported in The Times and The Guardian, who it should be noted, only valued Baptiste at £1million. However, it soon came to light that there was one... Read more
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International Business Times
Ryanair crew to face disciplinary action if they don't sell enough scratchcards they state that those whose sales fall below average could face consequences. T
International Business Times / Posted 2 hours ago
they state that those whose sales fall below average could face consequences. The letter, which was subsequently seen by The Guardian, listed 10 items sold on board, including scratchcards, drinks, perfumes and confectionery, and highlighted the... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Australian Universities producing job-ready graduatesof work is going to change – the jobs of tomorrow won’t be the same as jobs of
Asian Correspondent / Posted 3 hours ago
of work is going to change – the jobs of tomorrow won’t be the same as jobs of today,” as Charlotte Seager writes for The Guardian. This can make settling on a career path even more difficult. There is now an added pressure that your chosen... Read more
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International Business Times
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy sticks by decision to reject move to Arsenal in the East Midlands and signed a new four-year contract worth £100,000-a-week,
International Business Times / Posted 3 hours ago
in the East Midlands and signed a new four-year contract worth £100,000-a-week, earning him a total of £21m, according to The Guardian. Though Leicester were unable to defend their title, as Claudio Ranieri was sacked and replaced by Craig... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Blind Liverpool fan makes official complaint after Spanish police 'snatched' his cane awaythe Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. The 40-year-old, who preferred not to give
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 hours ago
the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. The 40-year-old, who preferred not to give his surname when he reported his ordeal to the Guardian, said: “I travel all round the world watching Liverpool and have been to places you would expect to be much more... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
What Is Behind the Military Coup in Zimbabwe?Mail on Sunday, November 19, 2017. [29] Jason Burke, "Zimbabwe: Mugabe and Mil
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Mail on Sunday, November 19, 2017. [29] Jason Burke, "Zimbabwe: Mugabe and Military Talks Continue Amid Political Limbo," The Guardian, November 16, 2017. [30] David McKenzie, Jamie Tarabay, and Angela Dewan, "Mugabe's Exit is 'a Done Deal' but... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
WARNING GRAPHIC FOOTAGE: Poo flinger caught on camera at Industrial Estateof culture change.” Mr Lymer said he was contacted by Verhoek Europe’s head of
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 hours ago
of culture change.” Mr Lymer said he was contacted by Verhoek Europe’s head office this week after releasing the video to the Guardian. He says they are ‘mortified’ and claims they were never made aware of the incident. Verhoek Europe said it... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
LTA apologises over child abuse caseits actions to protect children playing the game were "not enough" in this case
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 4 hours ago
its actions to protect children playing the game were "not enough" in this case, in their formal response to an article in the Guardian in which it was reported that Sanders [a former doubles partner of Tim Henman and a former advisor to Jamie... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Europe's New 'Values' - Austerity, Bloodletting, And Incompetencebut he’s trapped in a system that won’t let him breathe. All of this leads me
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 hours ago
but he’s trapped in a system that won’t let him breathe. All of this leads me to question the following: A letter in the Guardian published on Sunday called on Chancellor Philip Hammond, ahead of his budget presentation on Wednesday, to end... Read more
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TEAMTalk
Sol Campbell damning on USA, as he throws his hat into ringof getting on to the coaching ladder. “It’s proving difficult and if I have to
TEAMTalk / Posted 4 hours ago
of getting on to the coaching ladder. “It’s proving difficult and if I have to start at the bottom, I will,” he told The Guardian in July. “People may think that I just want to manage in the Premier League but I’m prepared to go to a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
If Mugabe Had Failed, He Would Be a World Darlingthe 1953 coup against Prime Minister Mossadegh who was rooting for the national
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
the 1953 coup against Prime Minister Mossadegh who was rooting for the nationalization of Iranian oil), especially the BBC, The Guardian and The Economist, the United Kingdom framed a global perception of Idi Amin as a belligerent Neanderthal. They... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
ADP Chairman, Commander Vigilance Group Killed in Plateauwho was killed at Bukuru Park, Jos North by 11pm yesterday was being mourned by
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
who was killed at Bukuru Park, Jos North by 11pm yesterday was being mourned by his Muslim family yesterday when The Guardian visited. According to a security personnel, Agalu, was at the meeting where he had said measures should be... Read more
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International Business Times
Toddlers abused, molested and injected with drugs at a kindergarten in Beijing said that the children had been told to take two white tablets each day after l
International Business Times / Posted 4 hours ago
said that the children had been told to take two white tablets each day after lunch and the reason for that is unclear, The Guardian reported. According to a parent, "We need clarification. As parents, we have the right to question the school,... Read more
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Football365
Sol Campbell drops not-so-subtle hint over USA jobof getting on to the coaching ladder. “It’s proving difficult and if I have to
Football365 / Posted 4 hours ago
of getting on to the coaching ladder. “It’s proving difficult and if I have to start at the bottom, I will,” he told The Guardian in July. “People may think that I just want to manage in the Premier League but I’m prepared to go to a... Read more
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HITC Sport
Would any of Sissoko's FM buys for Tottenham be good real-life signings?Alex Telles would be good competition for Ben Davies, although so would Ryan Se
HITC Sport / Posted 5 hours ago
Alex Telles would be good competition for Ben Davies, although so would Ryan Sessegnon and Kieran Tierney. According to The Guardian, Tottenham nearly signed 21-year-old Dembele from Fulham in 2016, and he would be an option well worth exploring... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Atiku, Clark, Okoko Clamour for Restructuring of Nigeriato empower their people to become entrepreneurs thereby creating employment opp
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
to empower their people to become entrepreneurs thereby creating employment opportunities for others. The founder of The Guardian, late Dr. Alex Uruemu Ibru, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Jasper Adaka Boro were given posthumous awards for their immense... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Senate Queries EFCC Over 'Sharing' of Recovered AssetsStreet, Maitama, Abuja, allegedly given to a senior lawyer? Another document t
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Street, Maitama, Abuja, allegedly given to a senior lawyer? Another document tendered before the committee and obtained by The Guardian, showed that 270 properties recovered by Maina's team were indeed kept with the EFCC. "These property are under... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Buruji Warns PDP Against Use of Wrong Delegates for National Conventionthe PDP platform, spoke in response to the accusation against him by the Spokes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
the PDP platform, spoke in response to the accusation against him by the Spokesman of the party in the media yesterday (not The Guardian), insisted that the Chairman, National Caretaker Committee, Sen. Ahmed Makarfi should resign and face his... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Pakistan Releases Cleric Behind 2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks | 6 Kislev 5778 – November 24, 2017act was staged by the Indian intelligence service so India could afterwards tig
The Jewish Press / Posted 5 hours ago
act was staged by the Indian intelligence service so India could afterwards tighten its anti-terror laws.” According to The Guardian, Saeed’s primary target is the disputed Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. He is also quoted as saying, “There... Read more
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HITC Sport
He needs to show more… Mauricio Pochettino not happy with 22-year-oldon the books of Tottenham since the summer of 2016 when he joined from France c
HITC Sport / Posted 6 hours ago
on the books of Tottenham since the summer of 2016 when he joined from France club Marseille for a transfer fee reported by The Guardian to be worth £10.9 million. The former France Under-21 international failed to make a single start in the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Highlights Role of Constitutional CourtLuanda — President João Lourenço Thursday in Luanda praised the role of the Con
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 hours ago
Luanda — President João Lourenço Thursday in Luanda praised the role of the Constitutional Court as the guardian of the Constitution in democracies. João Lourenço was speaking at the inauguration of Manuel Miguel da Costa Aragão as the presiding... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
'The rot at Everton goes too deep and eats at the heart of the club'he will be guilty of gross negligence."Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright are un
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 hours ago
he will be guilty of gross negligence."Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright are under pressure (Image: Jan Kruger/Getty Images)The Guardian - 'A reality check for those who believe there has been an improvement' Paul Wilson: "Everton did not pick the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Donald Trump talks about ‘invisible’ fighter jets, but they aren’tand Puerto Rico. He said: “You know, the coast guard, always respected, but if
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 8 hours ago
and Puerto Rico. He said: “You know, the coast guard, always respected, but if you were looking at it as a brand, there’s no brand that went up more than the coast guard, with what happened in Texas.” (Published in arrangement with The G... Read more
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walesonline
Black Friday bargains disguise shoppers living beyond their meansmoney. Behind the heartwarming familiar imagery and loveable animals is a cold
walesonline / Posted 8 hours ago
money. Behind the heartwarming familiar imagery and loveable animals is a cold hard business sense. As Mark Sweney in the Guardian reported, John Lewis makes 20% of annual sales and 40% of its profits over the Christmas quarter. Craig Inglis,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Croydon Guardian / Posted 11 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Oxford Mail
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Bury Times
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Bury Times / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Gazette
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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guardian-series
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
guardian-series / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Harrow Times
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Harrow Times / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Gazette News
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Gazette News / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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This is West Country
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
This is West Country / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Bolton News
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Bolton News / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
What the papers say – November 24speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK fac
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 12 hours ago
speculation over a possible royal announcement also gets attention. The UK faces a “lost two decades of wage growth”, says The Guardian on its front page, following warnings from think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) that a forecast... Read more
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Herald Sun
Hollywood’s biggest lie exposedhis genitals.” Make-up artist Jill Harth alleged Trump sexually assaulted her
Herald Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
his genitals.” Make-up artist Jill Harth alleged Trump sexually assaulted her in 1997 and during an interview told the Guardian: “He pushed me up against the wall and had his hands all over me and tried to get up my dress again. “And I had... Read more
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Junkee
Refugee Journalist Arrested And Released During Manus Island Raidssomewhere outside of the camp, had his belongings broken, been pushed and accus
Junkee / Posted 14 hours ago
somewhere outside of the camp, had his belongings broken, been pushed and accused of ‘reporting against us’. According to The Guardian, a source on Manus Island has confirmed that he was not charged with any offence. They are looking for me and... Read more
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