Syria war: 'Deal struck' to take critically injured out of Douma

  1. Syria war: ‘Deal struck’ to take critically injured out of Douma  BBC News
  2. Soldier killed by roadside bomb in Syria identified as 36-year-old from Texas  New York Daily News
  3. Syrian army command says it has regained most of eastern Ghouta  Reuters
  4. Trump says we’re leaving Syria ‘like, very soon.’ Bad idea.  Washington Post
  5. Trump Freezes Funds for Syrian Recovery, Signaling Pullback  Wall Street Journal
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NCAA Latest: Robinson 3s could be good sign for Michigan

  1. NCAA Latest: Robinson 3s could be good sign for Michigan  Washington Post
  2. NCAA selection committee could have ruined Loyola Chicago’s Final Four Cinderella run  USA TODAY
  3. Final Four 2018: Villanova vs. Kansas live stream, score updates, time, TV channel  AL.com
  4. Final Four: Michigan basketball vs. Loyola-Chicago live updates  Detroit Free Press
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'I Gave Them Zlatan': Ibrahimovic Lives Up to Larger-Than-Life Reputation in Irrepressible Debut

  1. ‘I Gave Them Zlatan’: Ibrahimovic Lives Up to Larger-Than-Life Reputation in Irrepressible Debut  Sports Illustrated
  2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores two stunning goals in MLS debut with LA Galaxy  ESPN
  3. Watch 2 incredible debut goals by Zlatan Ibrahimovic | 2018 MLS Highlights  FOXSports.com
  4. LA Galaxy 4-3 LAFC: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores wondergoal on MLS debut – as it happened  The Guardian
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Ted Nugent calls Parkland survivors 'liars' and 'soulless' in interview

  1. Ted Nugent calls Parkland survivors ‘liars’ and ‘soulless’ in interview  CNN
  2. NRA Board Member Ted Nugent Calls Parkland Student Activists Liars: ‘They Have No Soul’  SFGate
  3. Ted Nugent Says Parkland Survivors ‘Have No Soul’  Ultimate Classic Rock
  4. NRA board member Ted Nugent calls Parkland students poor, pathetic liars with no soul  Media Matters for America
  5. Montini: Draft dodger Ted Nugent trashes Parkland shooting survivors  AZCentral.com
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Ted Nugent says Parkland students 'have no soul,' calls them 'mushy-brained children'

  1. Ted Nugent says Parkland students ‘have no soul,’ calls them ‘mushy-brained children’  Washington Post
  2. Ted Nugent: Parkland teens attacking the NRA have ‘no soul’  ABC News
  3. Ted Nugent says Parkland school shooting survivors are ‘mushy brained children’ with ‘no souls’  New York Daily News
  4. NRA board member Ted Nugent calls Parkland students poor, pathetic liars with no soul  Media Matters for America
  5. Montini: Draft dodger Ted Nugent trashes Parkland shooting survivors  AZCentral.com
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Anthony Joshua wins unanimous decision vs. Joseph Parker to unify heavyweight titles

  1. Anthony Joshua wins unanimous decision vs. Joseph Parker to unify heavyweight titles  USA TODAY
  2. Joshua vs. Parker results: Highlights, analysis, and winners on Saturday  SB Nation
  3. Joshua vs. Parker results: Anthony Joshua wins decision, wants Deontay Wilder fight  Sporting News
  4. Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker: Big Brit holds all the cards  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Joshua vs. Parker fight results, highlights: Anthony Joshua adds another belt to his collection with win  CBSSports.com
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Donald Trump quits Twitter because he's 'too busy putting America first'

Donald Trump quits Twitter because he's 'too busy putting America first'The Twittersphere has been left stunned after it appeared that the US president, Donald Trump, had quit the micro-blogging site. Arguably Twitter’s most famous user, Mr Trump has entertained and astonished with his regular tweets, often sent late at night. In a cryptic message, he told his nearly 50 million followers: “Twitter was fun once – BIG fun.


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Joshua tops Parker via decision to unify 3 belts

  1. Joshua tops Parker via decision to unify 3 belts  ESPN
  2. Joshua vs. Parker results: Highlights, analysis, and winners on Saturday  SB Nation
  3. Joshua vs. Parker results: Anthony Joshua wins decision, wants Deontay Wilder fight  Sporting News
  4. Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker: Big Brit holds all the cards  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Live updates: Joseph Parker v Anthony Joshua, heavyweight boxing unification fight  New Zealand Herald
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Loyola Chicago vs. Michigan: Wolverines' cold shooting helps Ramblers to halftime lead

  1. Loyola Chicago vs. Michigan: Wolverines’ cold shooting helps Ramblers to halftime lead  Washington Post
  2. Keys to the Final Four: Five things to watch in Loyola-Michigan and Kansas-Villanova  USA TODAY
  3. Final Four 2018: Schedule, Bracket, TV Info and Predictions  Bleacher Report
  4. Loyola-Chicago leads Michigan at halftime in Final Four — live updates  CBS News
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Ministers push through 29 per cent pay rise for the information watchdog, amid fears that Facebook and Google might poach her

Ministers push through 29 per cent pay rise for the information watchdog, amid fears that Facebook and Google might poach herPanicking ministers have pushed through a 29 per cent pay rise for the information watchdog, amid fears that Facebook and Google might try and poach her. The Government has quietly approved the extraordinary salary increase for Elizabeth Denham, which takes her pay to £180,000 – an increase of more than ten times inflation. The pay rise, which comes into force today, makes her one of the few public officials paid more than the Prime Minister Theresa May, who receives £152,819. Presenting the case for Ms Denham’s salary increase, Margot James, minister at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), told a Commons committee in March: “The regulator must be able to keep up with the organisations it regulates, some of which—Google and Facebook, for example—have seemingly limitless reserves.” Ms Denham took up her role as Information Commissioner less than two years ago. Until now, she has been paid £140,000, the same as her predecessor, Christopher Graham. Ms James admitted the pay rise far outstripped “annual permissible public sector increases.” Even if the Commissioner’s salary had been increased in line with other public sector rises over the past 10 years from £140,000, it would be £154,000 today, Ms James said. How to take back your privacy on Facebook “It is a global recruitment market, and we consider ourselves very fortunate to have Elizabeth Denham in the role,” she said. Ms Denham has been criticised for her slow approach to investigating the data breaches by Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. It took five days for the Commissioner to obtain a warrant to search Cambridge Analytica’s London offices and computers. The delay prompted concerns the company, which is at the heart of the Facebook privacy scandal, had time to remove key information. The Commissioner seemed further hamstrung in its review of AggregateIQ, another data company which reportedly played a role in the Vote Leave campaign to exit the European Union, and which has also been caught up in the uproar surrounding Cambridge Analytica. “AggregateIQ has not been especially cooperative with our investigation,” Ms Denham said last week. On top of her 29 per cent rise, the Commissioner will also have a 1 per cent pay boost each year – taking her to salary to more than £185,000 at the end of her five-year term. Today’s pay rise includes £20,000 which is specifically intended specifically Ms Denham. Her successor’s salary will not include this extra £20,000, as it is “only for the current incumbent; it is attached to the individual, rather than the role,” Ms James said. Kevin Brennan, the shadow minister for DCMS, questioned this “unusual proposal” for the additional £20,000, as well as the reason why the Commissioner should be paid more than Ms May. Ms James told the committee that “data is at the forefront of the political agenda” and that “the digital revolution has turned data into the new oil.” Ms Denham had previously worked as the Commissioner at the Office of Information in British Columbia, Canada and received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her work. In her new role, she has overseen the issuing of the ICO’s largest fine, a £400,000 penalty to Talk Talk after the telecommunications company failed to protect its customers’ data from a cyber attack. The Information Commissioner’s pay is set by the Government. The salary rise was debated in a Commons committee earlier this month – days before the news broke of Facebook’s data breach, which affected 50 million accounts. The watchdog’s role is a five-year appointment, which is approved by DCMS and then by the Queen. Responsibilities of the role include overseeing data protection and Freedom of Information requests. Last month, MPs were granted a 1.8 per cent pay rise, above the 1 per cent cap imposed on public sector salaries. From today, the basic salary paid to MPs increases by more than £1,300 to £77,379.


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Joshua vs. Parker results: Highlights, analysis, and winners on Saturday

  1. Joshua vs. Parker results: Highlights, analysis, and winners on Saturday  SB Nation
  2. Joshua vs. Parker fight results, live updates, round-by-round scoring  Sporting News
  3. Boxing Latest: After 6, Parker finding Joshua in range  Yahoo Sports
  4. Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker: Big Brit holds all the cards  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Live updates: Joseph Parker v Anthony Joshua, heavyweight boxing unification fight  New Zealand Herald
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