• British schools removing analog clocks from classrooms because students can't read them
British schools removing analog clocks from classrooms because students can't read them

Malcolm Trobe, deputy general secretary at the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL), said this was causing unnecessary stress among students and that schools were trying to make situations "as easy and straightforward as possible" come exam time , The Telegraph reported .

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  • Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah call for end to J&K violence
Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah call for end to J&K violence

Meanwhile, Civil Secretariat, the seat of the Jammu and Kashmir government, opened here after functioning in winter capital for six months as part of the almost 150-year-old practice known in the state as "Darbar Move". Earlier in a tweet, the former chief minister said, "It's been a awful day in Kashmir & with the number of critically injured I fe...

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  • Kashmir Stands Still For Second Day Over Militant, Civilian Deaths
Kashmir Stands Still For Second Day Over Militant, Civilian Deaths

While one of his cousin was killed in a gunfight in 1992, the other cousin was killed in 1994 while trying to cross over to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) for arms training. Anees: The whereabouts of Anees is not known but police sources say he has also been killed. The five slain militants were identified as Saddam Hussain Padder, Bilal Ahmad...

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  • Special counsel Robert Mueller interviews Colony NorthStar's Thomas Barrack
Special counsel Robert Mueller interviews Colony NorthStar's Thomas Barrack

It was hard not to. He wouldn't have won any popularity contests among these attorneys either, but again, he was well respected. Mueller is torturing Manafort through these indictments without appropriate authority. "Whether prosecutors brought the case to flip Manafort is entirely irrelevant". However, he said Ellis could possibly prevent th...

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  • Secondus raises alarm over PDP members, Dino Melaye, Shehu Sani
Secondus raises alarm over PDP members, Dino Melaye, Shehu Sani

The presidency's reaction was contained in a statement Monday evening signed by Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity. The PDP certainly has no shred of evidence to make such an allegation. This should not surprise anyone given the politics of anger, violence and polarisation that are the stock-in-trade o...

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  • Bride goes ahead with wedding despite having arm bitten off by crocodile
Bride goes ahead with wedding despite having arm bitten off by crocodile

He stated: "In the course of the assault the crocodile gripped her arm and ripped it off whereas her associate made frantic efforts to save lots of her". In a video of the service, the bride can be seen in her white sleeveless wedding dress walking into church with her stump heavily bandaged, holding pink roses in her bandaged left hand.

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  • Jurgen Klopp weighs in on Mohamed Salah's dive against Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp weighs in on Mohamed Salah's dive against Chelsea

Salah, 25, has netted 43 goals in all competitions, guiding the Reds to the Champions League final. Despite this, they are in the Champions League final and still third in the Premier League , but former Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas feels they are risking playing themselves into bad form.

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  • Volvo Implements Vehicle-to-Vehicle Connectivity
Volvo Implements Vehicle-to-Vehicle Connectivity

Connected Safety will be rolled out this year starting in Sweden and Norway. In hard weather or with curvy roads, this will lessen the chance of multiple vehicles becoming involved in the same accident scene, for example hitting a auto that's hit a wild animal and stopped.

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  • Multiple Fatalities In Brookeville Shooting
Multiple Fatalities In Brookeville Shooting

Over four hours after police initially responded to the incident, the area remained an " active scene ", the county police department said on its official Twitter page. Police say they " do not believe [the shooting] was random ". "Suspect not in custody". Some lanes of New Hampshire and Georgia avenues are blocked because of police and fire crew...

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  • PM Li Urges Chinese Firms to Prioritize Indonesian Workers
PM Li Urges Chinese Firms to Prioritize Indonesian Workers

In his statement, Li said China shared the same commitment as that of Southeast Asian countries to maintain peace in the South China Sea despite differing views. The political positioning for next year's presidential election in Indonesia is already well underway and opponents of President Joko Widodo, such as his likely challenger Prabowo Subiant...

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  • PENNSYLVANIA Crowded House contests await primary voters
PENNSYLVANIA Crowded House contests await primary voters

Senate if Trump had not blazed the trail two years ago. A long-standing Senate tradition that gave senators clout over judicial nominees from their home states has been fraying for years, meaning Democrats have less of a chance of blocking appointees they oppose, as they did with some success during Republican former President George W.

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  • NHTSA warns drivers about Takata airbags
NHTSA warns drivers about Takata airbags

The U.S. Department of Transportation is urging vehicle owners in Texas and several other states with defective Takata air bags to seek repairs immediately. Drivers can get their vehicles towed free of charge to Ford and Mazda dealers so they can safely get the fix done, according to NTHTSA. Auto owners wondering whether their auto is under recal...

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  • New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman accused of physically abusing four women
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman accused of physically abusing four women

Both say he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him. Two of the women - Michelle Manning Barish and Tanya Selvaratnam - told their stories on the record, while a third spoke under the condition of anonymity and a fourth told her story to Manning Barish and Selvaratnam.

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  • Department of Health Warns of Possible Measles Exposure in Central Pennsylvania
Department of Health Warns of Possible Measles Exposure in Central Pennsylvania

The time period reflects when the person was at the plaza, along with the two-hour period the virus remains alive in the air and on surfaces. A traveler from Europe may have exposed people in Chemung, Genesee, Livingston and Niagara counties to measles at the following locations.

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  • New Hampshire Becomes Fourth State to Require Work for Medicaid
New Hampshire Becomes Fourth State to Require Work for Medicaid

New Hampshire on Monday became the fourth state to attach work requirements to its program. For the first time in US history, Verma noted, the federal government is allowing states to establish Medicaid work requirements , which the Trump administration prefers to call "community engagement requirements", for beneficiaries deemed to be a...

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  • Trump teases Iran nuclear deal announcement
Trump teases Iran nuclear deal announcement

Faced with Trump's hostility to the current deal, Macron suggested a compromise during his visit to Washington last month. Under the pact, global sanctions were eased in return for verifiable limits on Tehran's nuclear programme. French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also have lobbied Trump not to withdraw from th...

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  • Court date pushed back for accused Waffle House gunman
Court date pushed back for accused Waffle House gunman

Officers from the Nashville police department were ordered to ordered to the breakfast bar at number 816 Murfreesboro Pike, rather than 3517 Murfreesboro Pike - over nine miles further down the same road. The Waffle House shooting hero made his minor league debut over the weekend when he was invited to throw out the first pitch for the Nashville So...

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  • WH's Sarah Sanders: Giuliani 'Adds Value' to Trump Legal Team
WH's Sarah Sanders: Giuliani 'Adds Value' to Trump Legal Team

Below, Oliver takes on Giuliani's record to show how the former New York City mayor's past could explain the latest addition to "Stupid Watergate". "It seemed completely out of control", Scarborough said of the remark Giuliani later backtracked on.

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  • George Zimmerman charged with stalking private investigator
George Zimmerman charged with stalking private investigator

He's accused of stalking the private investigator, Dennis Warren , in December 2017. George Zimmerman , the onetime neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Central Florida, has been charged for allegedly threatening and harassing a private investigator involved in a documentary about Ma...

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  • Nikol Pashinian Holds Rally Ahead of May 8 Vote
Nikol Pashinian Holds Rally Ahead of May 8 Vote

Late in the evening Tankian and Pashinyan act together at the Republic square in downtown Yerevan. Before Pashinyan promised that will not be located on Prime Minister, are formed if the conditions for legitimate elections . That led to a crippling general strike in the capital and other cities. For this position there is only the candidacy of t...

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  • Israeli PM steps up calls to end the Iranian nuclear deal
Israeli PM steps up calls to end the Iranian nuclear deal

He has also appeared on Fox & Friends, a show watched by the president, and had an opinion piece in The New York Times, where he warned that leaving the deal will be a " mistake ". Iran's president also said that while he is open to discussing the country's regional role, he would not abandon what he described as its fight "against terrorism".

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  • 30 children killed in airstrike on religious school in Afghanistan
30 children killed in airstrike on religious school in Afghanistan

The report is based upon more than 90 interviews with victims, witnesses, government officials and medical personnel; three large community consultations in Kunduz city; and accounts received during a fact-finding mission to the site of the attack.

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  • Astana team auto almost hits race marshal
Astana team auto almost hits race marshal

The incident happened during the final stage of the Tour de Yorkshire from Halifax to Leeds, and it was a good thing that the marshal was quick on his feet. According to the Telegraph, Phillip Sullivan was working with race organizers to ensure riders navigate the road furniture safety. She only realised he was unhurt when he took his place again...

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  • Teenager charged after woman drilled in the head during 'homophobic' attack
Teenager charged after woman drilled in the head during 'homophobic' attack

She said that the attacker, whose name hasn't been released because he's 17-years-old, held her down in the street and that she could hear the sound of the cordless drill and felt her head was being "twisted". "There does appear to be some sort of hole in the skull but I can not say how severe it is", the detective said, adding that no damage had b...

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  • Trump warns 'Democrats' in Russia probe
Trump warns 'Democrats' in Russia probe

Comey, though, is "sure" Mueller would "operate with that norm in mind" and not do anything to damage Republicans or aid Democrats' hopes to retake control of Congress in the November midterm elections. "Lisa Page, who may hold the record for the most Emails in the shortest period of time (to her Lover, Peter S), and attorney Baker, are out at th...

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