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Hong Kong Gears Up for More Protests

  • demonstrator: Hong Kong is gearing up for more protests as some demonstrators made plans to again to target the airport this weekend.
  • target: Hong Kong is gearing up for more protests as some demonstrators made plans to again to target the airport this weekend.
  • demonstrator: Demonstrators linked hands or held their lighted phones above their heads, creating a line of lights against the night sky.

Trump Fights Ruling That He Can’t Block Twitter Users

  • federal: WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump is challenging a federal appeals court decision that ruled he violated the U.S. Constitution by blocking people whose views he disliked from his Twitter account.
  • appeal: WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump is challenging a federal appeals court decision that ruled he violated the U.S. Constitution by blocking people whose views he disliked from his Twitter account.
  • violate: WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump is challenging a federal appeals court decision that ruled he violated the U.S. Constitution by blocking people whose views he disliked from his Twitter account.
  • block: WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump is challenging a federal appeals court decision that ruled he violated the U.S. Constitution by blocking people whose views he disliked from his Twitter account.
  • account: WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump is challenging a federal appeals court decision that ruled he violated the U.S. Constitution by blocking people whose views he disliked from his Twitter account.

Why Ariana Grande will always be welcome in Manchester

  • caption: Image copyright Getty Images Image caption One Love Manchester had performances from lots of artists, as well as Parrs Wood High School Choir.
  • tradition: And, although Pride is a notoriously happy and upbeat tradition, Niall says this year's celebrations might have a more serious undercurrent.
  • probably: There will be a lot of singing and dancing, but also probably a lot of crying.
  • shuffle: Image caption Niall says listening to Ariana's albums on shuffle is his " morning routine".
  • massive: He said: " Her coming to pride is monumental for Mancunians, it's a massive deal.

Should all frontline police officers use Tasers?

  • double: Several police forces, including South Wales Police, have doubled the amount of officers who are Taser trained in recent years but say they will not train all staff.
  • incident: Additionally, black people are three times more likely than white people to be involved in Taser incidents, Home Office figures disclosed to the BBC in 2015 suggest.
  • issue: Although the decision to issue Tasers is a matter for each individual force, there are calls for the Home Office to fund training for all frontline officers.
  • hostility: An experiment with City of London police found that, while rarely deployed, just the presence of Tasers lead to greater overall hostility in interactions between the police and public.
  • resist: The charity says the public should " resist the drum-beat of calls for all police to carry a Taser.

'This is very scary': Greenlanders on Trump wanting to buy their island

  • development: For example when it comes to business development in Greenland, investment in our industries, or exchange programmes for students in Greenland and the US..
  • forward: I think it's important to be constructive and to look forward, and to look at the clear interest there is from the US in Greenland," she said.
  • prime: Aleqa Hammond, who was Greenland's first female prime minister and later chair of the Greenland Committee in the Danish Parliament, tells the BBC that this is a common feeling among the island's residents.
  • major: Insults have been exchanged, tweets have been sent, major visits have been cancelled- and this all happened because the US president said he wanted to buy Greenland.
  • island: The US has had a military presence in Greenland since World War Two, with numerous military bases across the island, including a secret Cold War-era nuclear base called Camp Century.

Sterns nightclub: The raves in the house on the hill

  • cite: His death from multiple injuries was ruled an accident, and a beer he had drunk at lunch was cited as a relevant factor.
  • spread: Former Sterns sound engineer Simon Scutt says Mensa's distribution of music " fresh off the turntable " helped spread the word about the club.
  • conservative: Journalist Thomas Green, who lectures on dance music at the University of Chichester, believes Worthing Council has never wanted to celebrate Sterns, describing the town as small, conservative and, at the time," offended by the club ".
  • appeal: According to papers seen by the BBC under the Freedom of Information Act, Interdance lodged a further appeal with the crown court, but the legal bid was withdrawn.
  • celebrate: Journalist Thomas Green, who lectures on dance music at the University of Chichester, believes Worthing Council has never wanted to celebrate Sterns, describing the town as small, conservative and, at the time," offended by the club ".

Mossmorran: Gas processing plants get two-month flaring deadline

  • caption: Image copyright Sepa Image caption Sepa wants " faster progress" from the companies operating at Mossmorran.
  • operate: Image copyright Sepa Image caption Sepa wants " faster progress" from the companies operating at Mossmorran.
  • steam: The flare tips work by reducing the noise and therefore allowing operators to use more steam which produces less black smoke during flaring.
  • require: Addressing the unacceptable impacts will require substantial investments of which both companies are fully aware.
  • operator: The flare tips work by reducing the noise and therefore allowing operators to use more steam which produces less black smoke during flaring.

Bury owner Steve Dale says club has been sold as EFL considers deadline extension

  • fixture: All six of Bury's scheduled fixtures this season have been suspended by the EFL.
  • extension: We are currently in discussions with the potential purchaser and await information to allow the board to consider a request for an extension to Friday's deadlin e," said an EFL spokesperson.
  • expel: Bury are waiting to hear if a last-ditch offer to buy the League One club will save them from being expelled from the English Football League.
  • extension: Bury owner Steve Dale says club has been sold as EFL considers deadline extension- BBC Sport.
  • discussion: We are currently in discussions with the potential purchaser and await information to allow the board to consider a request for an extension to Friday's deadlin e," said an EFL spokesperson.

Free heart screening in Cardiff Half Marathon runner's memory

  • procedure: The non-invasive procedures take between 10 and 15 minutes, and involve an electrocardiogram.
  • assess: Although whole-population screening is not beneficial, families of individuals who have suffered Sudden Cardiac Death should be offered individual clinical assessments to assess risk.
  • involve: The non-invasive procedures take between 10 and 15 minutes, and involve an electrocardiogram.
  • caption: Image copyright Family photo Image caption Ben loved snowboarding and spent two seasons in the Alps.
  • caption: Image copyright Welsh Hearts Image caption Welsh Hearts encourages young people to have their hearts tested.

'Epidemic' of Rape Assailed in Nigeria

  • errand: He allegedly lured her, saying he wanted her to run an errand.
  • kidnap: A second survivor, a woman in her late 30s, said she was kidnapped while sleeping with her husband and child.
  • pray: It's an epidemic, and I pray and hope that the government will do something very, very fast.
  • epidemic: It's an epidemic, and I pray and hope that the government will do something very, very fast.
  • government: It's an epidemic, and I pray and hope that the government will do something very, very fast.

France Threatens to Scrap Trade Deal With South America Over Amazon Fires

  • blaze: Under increasing pressure about the wil dfires, Brazil's president said Friday that he might send the military to battle the massive blazes.
  • massive: Under increasing pressure about the wil dfires, Brazil's president said Friday that he might send the military to battle the massive blazes.
  • oppose: As a result of Brazil's actions, the statement said, France now opposes an EU trade deal" in its current state" with the Mercosur bloc of South American nations, which includes Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.
  • involve: Bolsonaro did not say when the armed forces would get involved but suggested that action could be soon.
  • embassy: A woman holds up a banner saying' Their life does not belong to us' during a demonstration against the wildfires in the Amazon outside the Brazilian embassy in Paris, Aug. 23, 2019.

Rep. Steve King wants to make abortion point in 'softer way'

  • restrict: When he pushes his unconstitutional and freedom restricting ideology, he devalues the trauma experienced by these survivors.
  • ideology: When he pushes his unconstitutional and freedom restricting ideology, he devalues the trauma experienced by these survivors.
  • legislator: Congressman King has been the most pro-life congressman, legislator in D.C.," she said.
  • conference: Backed by supporters at a news conference in Des Moines, the Iowa Republican affirmed his belief that abortion should be outlawed with no exceptions for rape or incest.
  • rape: Backed by supporters at a news conference in Des Moines, the Iowa Republican affirmed his belief that abortion should be outlawed with no exceptions for rape or incest.

Nigeria on Course to Becoming Polio-Free

  • damage: FILE- People stand amid the damage at a camp for displaced people after an attack by suspected members of the Islamist Boko Haram insurgency in Dalori, Nigeria, Nov. 1, 2018.
  • suspension: The conspiracies led to the suspension of the vaccination campaign in certain parts of the country in 2003.
  • further: The next step for Nigeria to be certified polio-free will be rigorous surveillance to see that there are no further cases of the wild polio virus.
  • vaccine: Hostility toward the vaccine also came from respected Muslim leaders in Nigeria.
  • quest: It's just marking the milestone, which is significant in our quest to achieve eradication and, subsequently, certification.

Boris Johnson and Donald Trump speak ahead of G7 meeting

  • border: He wants to renegotiate the backstop- part of the agreement which aims to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland after Brexit- but the EU has ruled this out.
  • diplomacy: Mr Johnson has had a hectic week of diplomacy, visiting Paris and Berlin in an effort to persuade the EU to amend the withdrawal agreement it reached with his predecessor Theresa May.
  • policy: The leaders, who will meet at the G7 summit in France, discussed " foreign policy issues and global trade" in a phone call on Friday evening.
  • island: He wants to renegotiate the backstop- part of the agreement which aims to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland after Brexit- but the EU has ruled this out.
  • alternative: Earlier this week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the onus was on the UK to find a workable alternative plan.

Chinese embassy says the US is trying to suppress Huawei

  • detain: Beijing detained Kovrig and Spavor on Dec. 10 in an apparent attempt to pressure Canada to release Meng, the daughter of Huawei's founder.
  • apparent: Beijing detained Kovrig and Spavor on Dec. 10 in an apparent attempt to pressure Canada to release Meng, the daughter of Huawei's founder.
  • behavior: This is a typical bullying behavior," the statement said.
  • arrest: An embassy statement to The Associated Press said the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Canada at the request of U.S. authorities is " of course different" from China's detentions of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.
  • request: An embassy statement to The Associated Press said the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Canada at the request of U.S. authorities is " of course different" from China's detentions of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg treated for malignant tumor on pancreas

  • malignant: A biopsy on July 31 found it to be a malignant tumor.
  • balance: This is about the balance of power of the court for decades to come.
  • discover: WASHINGTON-- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has just completed treatment for a malignant tumor that was discovered on her pancreas.
  • course: The Supreme Court announced Friday she " completed a three-week course" of radiation therapy that started on August 5.
  • treatment: WASHINGTON-- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has just completed treatment for a malignant tumor that was discovered on her pancreas.

AP Explains: Causes, Risks of Amazon Fires

  • release: The Amazon's billions of trees also release water vapor that forms a thick mist over the rainforest canopy.
  • worse: If we had had droughts like in the past four years, this would be even worse.
  • massive: It will add to the climate change challenge, massive loss of biodiversity and all that means in foregone human health and economic benefit.
  • climate: It will add to the climate change challenge, massive loss of biodiversity and all that means in foregone human health and economic benefit.
  • drought: If we had had droughts like in the past four years, this would be even worse.

Tunisian Police Arrest Presidential Candidate Karoui on Tax Evasion Charges

  • criticize: Nesma said it was a move to stop it criticizing the government.
  • government: Nesma said it was a move to stop it criticizing the government.
  • arrest: TUNIS, TUNISIA- Tunisian police arrested presidential candidate Nabil Karoui on Friday after a court ordered his detention, the Interior Ministry said, in a case involving charges of money laundering but which Karoui's party said was a politically motivated attempt to exclude him from the election race.
  • candidate: TUNIS, TUNISIA- Tunisian police arrested presidential candidate Nabil Karoui on Friday after a court ordered his detention, the Interior Ministry said, in a case involving charges of money laundering but which Karoui's party said was a politically motivated attempt to exclude him from the election race.
  • involve: TUNIS, TUNISIA- Tunisian police arrested presidential candidate Nabil Karoui on Friday after a court ordered his detention, the Interior Ministry said, in a case involving charges of money laundering but which Karoui's party said was a politically motivated attempt to exclude him from the election race.

Hotline for detained migrants featured on Orange is the New Black shut down

  • detain: Hotline for detained migrants featured on Orange is the New Black shut down.
  • connect: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has shut down a national hotline that connected detained migrants to an advocacy group, a month after the hotline was featured in a storyline in the hit TV series Orange is the New Black.
  • detain: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has shut down a national hotline that connected detained migrants to an advocacy group, a month after the hotline was featured in a storyline in the hit TV series Orange is the New Black.
  • advocacy: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has shut down a national hotline that connected detained migrants to an advocacy group, a month after the hotline was featured in a storyline in the hit TV series Orange is the New Black.
  • series: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) has shut down a national hotline that connected detained migrants to an advocacy group, a month after the hotline was featured in a storyline in the hit TV series Orange is the New Black.

High Street: Five ways UK shopping has changed

  • huge: This huge shift in spending is disrupting retailers ' business models.
  • struggle: Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Department stores such as Debenhams have been struggling with soaring costs.
  • analyst: Analysts have said this demonstrates the High Street's move away from traditional retailing.
  • warn: More than two years ago, the BRC warned there would be up to 900,000 fewer jobs in retail over the next decade.
  • soar: Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Department stores such as Debenhams have been struggling with soaring costs.

The new mobile phone scam delivering a problem

  • huge: It was a huge worry that they had somehow got our information and possibly ruined our credit history.
  • worry: It was a huge worry that they had somehow got our information and possibly ruined our credit history.
  • information: It was a huge worry that they had somehow got our information and possibly ruined our credit history.
  • sophisticated: It is a scam and yet another way that sophisticated thieves try to rip us off.
  • instance: It can be one consequence of identity theft, for instance.

An innocent man spent months in jail after customs officials thought honey he brought back from Jama...

  • arrest: Twenty days after his arrest, a state police lab determined that the honey, which he bought at a roadside stand in Jamaica, was in fact honey, not methamphetamine.
  • jail: A Maryland man spent nearly three months in jail after US Customs and Border Protection agents at Baltimore's airport thought honey he had brought back from a trip to Jamaica was liquid meth.
  • allege: He said he was jailed after US Customs and Border Protection agents on December 29 alleged that the three jars of honey he had brought back from Jamaica were actually meth.
  • release: He wasn't released until charges were dropped entirely when a federal lab test confirmed there were no drugs in the honey.
  • felony: The felony drug counts were dropped to misdemeanors on January 23, after lab tests first detected no drugs in the honey.

Jeffrey Epstein: 15 prison guards subpoenaed after two accused of sleeping on the job

  • bureau: The freeze was lifted elsewhere in April 2017, but remained in place at the bureau for several more months.
  • guard: Some prisons, including the Manhattan jail, have been so pressed for guards that they have forced teachers, nurses, cooks and other support staff members to step in.
  • guard: Jeffrey Epstein: 15 prison guards subpoenaed after two accused of sleeping on the job.
  • jail: Some prisons, including the Manhattan jail, have been so pressed for guards that they have forced teachers, nurses, cooks and other support staff members to step in.
  • jail: At the Manhattan jail, there are 111 officers, down from 137 at the end of 2016.

Chinese buyers pull back from U.S. housing market, hurting home sales

  • government: The government toughened capital controls last year as the Chinese economy weakened, Ho says.
  • especially: The drop-off in Chinese investors has especially affected the upper end of the market.
  • recession: What could the next recession feel like: Stories from past downturns are a guide.
  • guide: What could the next recession feel like: Stories from past downturns are a guide.
  • confidence: Also, China's slowing economy itself has dampened the confidence and purchasing appetite of Chinese buyers, Yun says.

Thailand hotel fight: Briton Amitpal Singh Bajaj killed

  • confirm: The Norwegian Foreign Ministry confirmed that a Norwegian citizen has been arrested in Thailand and is being provided consular assistance.
  • sacrifice: His wife said her husband" sacrificed his life" to save her and their son.
  • caption: Image copyright The Bajaj family Image caption Amitpal Singh Bajaj and his wife Bandhna had been staying at the five-star Centara Grand Hotel.
  • noise: A British man died in a fight at a Thai hotel after telling another guest to keep the noise down as his wife and son tried to sleep, his family said.
  • noise: Amitpal Singh Bajaj, 34, from London, complained about noise from the next room at the five-star Centara Grand Hotel in Phuket.

The Hyde Amendment Denies Women Health Care. Yes, Abortion Is Health Care

  • emerge: This summer, we saw the Hyde Amendment emerge as an issue among the Democratic presidential candidates.
  • issue: This summer, we saw the Hyde Amendment emerge as an issue among the Democratic presidential candidates.
  • candidate: This summer, we saw the Hyde Amendment emerge as an issue among the Democratic presidential candidates.
  • recognize: Three years earlier, Roe v. Wade had recognized that everyone had the constitutional right to abortion, but the Hyde Amendment meant that not all women could exercise that right.
  • repeal: Repealing the Hyde Amendment was once seen as a third-rail issue.

Ashes 2019: England 67 all out as Australia close in on Ashes

  • dismiss: It is the fourth time England have been dismissed for under 100 since the start of 2018 ( after 58 v New Zealand, 77 v West Indies, 85 v Irelan d) and the third time in 2019.
  • chase: We will try and knock them over tomorrow and chase whatever they set us.
  • examine: His mode of attack was to hammer a length on and around off stump, examining England's batsmen with slight seam movement.
  • sad: It was a sad contrast to the end of the first day, when he was cheered from the ground.
  • edge: Stokes departs after chasing a wide delivery and edging to slip.

Trump tells Republicans he may begin cutting social security and Medicare if he wins in 2020

  • crisis: With his leadership, I think we could start dealing with that crisis.
  • extensive: He also repeatedly vowed not to make extensive cuts to the popular programs, even as other Republicans were saying reducing their costs would be crucial to lowering the debt.
  • program: He also repeatedly vowed not to make extensive cuts to the popular programs, even as other Republicans were saying reducing their costs would be crucial to lowering the debt.
  • debt: He also repeatedly vowed not to make extensive cuts to the popular programs, even as other Republicans were saying reducing their costs would be crucial to lowering the debt.
  • security: Trump tells Republicans he may begin cutting social security and Medicare if he wins in 2020.

West Lane Hospital in Middlesbrough to be closed

  • mental: Christie had been in care facilities for two years and had a number of mental health issues, including hearing voices, which led her to self-harm and make multiple attempts to take her own life.
  • patient: On Thursday, it was revealed 13 staff suspended over the alleged ill-treatment of patients were still working for the trust.
  • mental: Nadia had autism and mental health issues and had been cared for for four years.
  • issue: Nadia had autism and mental health issues and had been cared for for four years.
  • allege: Following her death, her stepfather Michael Harnett alleged that during her time there workers restrained her without warning, illegally strip-searched her and allowed a male member of staff to be present while she was naked.

Fast-moving wildfire erupts in California, forcing thousands to evacuate

  • threaten: The Mountain fire is threatening thousands of homes and forcing evacuations.
  • resident: Residents of small communities in the path of the flames were told to evacuate or be prepared to flee on short notice.
  • path: Residents of small communities in the path of the flames were told to evacuate or be prepared to flee on short notice.
  • flee: Residents of small communities in the path of the flames were told to evacuate or be prepared to flee on short notice.
  • resident: A fast-moving wildfire that broke out on Thursday in northern California has forced the evacuation of nearly 4,000 residents, racing across at least 600 acres within just a few hours, officials say.

Ex-US marine says injured by Russian prison guards

  • arrest: Moscow (AFP)- A former US marine who was arrested in Moscow on espionage charges said Friday he had been injured by guards in the prison where he is being held awaiting trial.
  • injure: Moscow (AFP)- A former US marine who was arrested in Moscow on espionage charges said Friday he had been injured by guards in the prison where he is being held awaiting trial.
  • guard: Moscow (AFP)- A former US marine who was arrested in Moscow on espionage charges said Friday he had been injured by guards in the prison where he is being held awaiting trial.
  • prison: Moscow (AFP)- A former US marine who was arrested in Moscow on espionage charges said Friday he had been injured by guards in the prison where he is being held awaiting trial.
  • injure: I was injured in the prison... the prison doesn't want to tell you," Paul Whelan told journalists from a cage in a Moscow court, which was to decide on whether to extend his provisional detention.

'Tasteless': Patients share pictures and views of hospital food

  • treatment: It should be seen as a key factor in helping all patients to recover from their treatment but some trusts are failing badly," he says.
  • meal: The government has launched a review of hospital food, first announced in June, to set new quality standards for the 140 million meals served annually.
  • feed: The food he has doesn't always look the most appetising because of his dietary needs, but I know it smells absolutely lovely when I feed him at visiting times and he says it tastes beautiful," he says.
  • taste: The food he has doesn't always look the most appetising because of his dietary needs, but I know it smells absolutely lovely when I feed him at visiting times and he says it tastes beautiful," he says.
  • patient: It should be seen as a key factor in helping all patients to recover from their treatment but some trusts are failing badly," he says.

Emine Bulut: Anger in Turkey over mother's murder

  • murder: She says this began with the murder and attempted rape of Ozgecan Aslan, a student, in 2015.
  • violence: The mayor of Istanbul wrote on his Twitter: " We lost Emine Bulut because of male violence.
  • mayor: The mayor of Istanbul wrote on his Twitter: " We lost Emine Bulut because of male violence.
  • female: Femicide is the killing of a female on account of her gender.
  • violence: We stand by women and children in the fight against violence and we will continue to.

HIA compensation: Abuse victims 'can do business' with NI secretary

  • secretary: HIA compensatio n: Abuse victims 'can do business' with NI secretary- BBC News.
  • secretary: HIA compensatio n: Abuse victims 'can do business' with NI secretary.
  • caption: Image copyright Reuters Image caption Julian Smith met a number of victims and survivors of historical institutional abuse on Friday.
  • discuss: On Friday morning, Mr Smith met a number of victims and survivors to discuss the issue.
  • issue: On Friday morning, Mr Smith met a number of victims and survivors to discuss the issue.

Jared O'Mara: Sheffield MP arrested in fraud probe

  • security: During its investigation, the BBC uncovered staff running the MP's office without the proper security clearance required by Parliamentary authorities.
  • clearance: During its investigation, the BBC uncovered staff running the MP's office without the proper security clearance required by Parliamentary authorities.
  • constituent: Constituents have complained that case work has not been dealt with in the MP's absence, allegations Mr Arnold denies.
  • treatment: Mr O'Mara said he was " taking time out for mental health treatment" in July and promised to resign at the end of summer recess after allegations of sexual misconduct towards staff.
  • arrest: South Yorkshire Police would not confirm details of either man's arrest.

China-Vietnam Maritime Standoff: 3 Scenarios for the Next Stage

  • claimant: China says the decades-old maritime dispute, the biggest in Asia, should be settled among the Asian claimants rather than outside countries.
  • claimant: To keep up relations, China is helping some of the claimants economically.
  • claimant: South China Sea claimants have cited weather before in quitting standoffs with other countries.
  • calm: Those informal encounters often build enough goodwill to allow calm after an incident, yet without a formal resolution that would require tougher talks between officials.

Man jailed over Sheffield McDonald's machete attack

  • shout: Sy shouted that the 47-year-old victim" did not believe in God" before hitting him on the head with the curved 18in ( 46 c m) blade.
  • victim: Sy shouted that the 47-year-old victim" did not believe in God" before hitting him on the head with the curved 18in ( 46 c m) blade.
  • weapon: Image copyright South yorkshire police Image caption Daouda Sy pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and possessing an offensive weapon.
  • jail: Man jailed over Sheffield McDonald's machete attack- BBC News.
  • jail: A man has been jailed for 12 years for attacking a man with a machete outside a branch of McDonald's.

China Slaps Tariffs on $75 Billion in U.S. Goods

  • automobile: The tariffs also include a 25 percent duty on American automobiles beginning in December.
  • issue: Earlier this week, President Trump defended his controversial trade policies, which have particularly hurt U.S. farmers, saying the issues with China should have been addressed before his administration.
  • administration: Earlier this week, President Trump defended his controversial trade policies, which have particularly hurt U.S. farmers, saying the issues with China should have been addressed before his administration.

Trump claim doctors treating mass shooting victims 'were coming out of operating rooms' to m...

  • dismiss: Trump claim doctors treating mass shooting victims'were coming out of operating rooms' to meet him dismissed by hospitals.
  • pour: Not only did they meet with me, they were pouring out of the rooms.
  • anger: The 73-year-old caused widespread anger when he was photographed grinning and giving a thumbs up while alongside the child.
  • mayor: El Paso mayor says Trump insulted him with 'Rino ' jibe during visit.
  • insult: El Paso mayor says Trump insulted him with 'Rino ' jibe during visit.

Russia's Chechnya inaugurates what it says is Europe's largest mosque

  • ceremony: MOSCOW (Reuters)- Authorities in the Russian region of Chechnya on Friday inaugurated what they said was the largest mosque in Europe in a pomp-filled ceremony attended by local and foreign officials.
  • attend: MOSCOW (Reuters)- Authorities in the Russian region of Chechnya on Friday inaugurated what they said was the largest mosque in Europe in a pomp-filled ceremony attended by local and foreign officials.
  • foreign: MOSCOW (Reuters)- Authorities in the Russian region of Chechnya on Friday inaugurated what they said was the largest mosque in Europe in a pomp-filled ceremony attended by local and foreign officials.
  • ally: Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said the mosque-- located in Shali, a town of 54,000 just outside the regional capital Grozny-- was " unique in its design, and majestic in its size and beauty ".
  • unique: Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said the mosque-- located in Shali, a town of 54,000 just outside the regional capital Grozny-- was " unique in its design, and majestic in its size and beauty ".

Costa Coffee franchise workers 'not treated like humans'

  • fence: Deductions for " maintenance and cleanliness of store equipment" led one anonymous employee at Goldex Essex Investments Ltd to " clean concrete posts and pull weeds out by fences next to the store ".
  • launch: A Costa Coffee spokeswoman said an independent audit has been launched.
  • claimant: A previous complaint against the Costa franchise partner by ex-employee Daniel Gyori, for withholding wages, was upheld in court in the claimant's fav our.
  • employee: He said: " There would be no repercussions for any employee who wanted to question their pay, holiday days etc and if a mistake had occurred we would rectify it immediately.
  • cite: Mr Aleo said: " We reject the suggestion of a lack of empathy towards staff, and could cite numerous examples of granting compassionate leave when appropriate.

Bury FC: Hope and heartbreak as expulsion deadline nears

  • paraphrase: To paraphrase the late great Liverpool manager Bill Shankly, some people believe football is a matter of life and death, but for the residents of Bury, it's much more serious than that.
  • anguish: For Helen Richardson, whose father so loved the Shakers that he bought a house a stone's throw away from their Gigg Lane stadium, the anguish is almost too much to bear.
  • torrid: At the end of April, Bury were celebrating promotion back to the third tier of English football, but they were already enduring a torrid time off the pitch.

2020 Toyota GR Supra vs. 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350: Which Is the Better Driver's Machine?

  • impeccable: Aside from its gauges the Toyota's cabin is mostly BMW, with modernistic design and impeccable construction.
  • wheel: Both of these cars have engines in front driving the rear wheels, and that's about the extent of their mechanical likeness.
  • ancestor: Just like its ancestor, the much larger and heavier Shelby is all V-8 thunder and manual gear selection.
  • reassure: Pedal spacing is perfect, and its firm brake pedal is reassuring, however, the Shelby's rubbery shifter could use some aftermarket help.
  • accompany: This exercise did no favors to the fuel economy calculations reflected in the accompanying specification charts, but it did wind up giving us a solid baseline for comparing the cars ' relative characters.

Center Parcs Longleat: Boy dies after becoming ill at resort

  • resort: Center Parcs Longleat: Boy dies after becoming ill at resort- BBC News.
  • collapse: He is reported to have collapsed by the side of a swimming pool at the holiday chain's " village" in Longleat, Wiltshire.
  • village: He is reported to have collapsed by the side of a swimming pool at the holiday chain's " village" in Longleat, Wiltshire.
  • witness: The witness, who did not wish to be named, said a group of about 20 people were at the scene when the boy fell ill.
  • collapse: Image caption He is reported to have collapsed by the side of a swimming pool.

Le Brexit breakthrough? Europe says "Nein", "non", "no"

  • position: So has there been a change in the EU's position?
  • soar: LONDON/PARIS/BERLIN, Aug 23 (Reuters)- After sterling soared and some British newspapers roared at a supposed Brexit victory for Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Europe's power brokers had a more sobering message: the basic divorce deal is not changing.
  • message: LONDON/PARIS/BERLIN, Aug 23 (Reuters)- After sterling soared and some British newspapers roared at a supposed Brexit victory for Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Europe's power brokers had a more sobering message: the basic divorce deal is not changing.
  • tortuous: Three years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, the outcome of the tortuous Brexit crisis remains unclear, with options ranging from an acrimonious rupture on Oct. 31 to a smooth, amicable exit or even another referendum.
  • crisis: Three years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, the outcome of the tortuous Brexit crisis remains unclear, with options ranging from an acrimonious rupture on Oct. 31 to a smooth, amicable exit or even another referendum.

Jofra Archer: All you need to know about the England bowler

  • international: In the space of three months, Jofra Archer has gone from international debutant to World Cup hero and potential Ashes winner.
  • imagination: The fast bowler has captured the imagination of England fans not only because of his ability with the ball, but also his laid-back approach and social media profile.
  • hero: In the space of three months, Jofra Archer has gone from international debutant to World Cup hero and potential Ashes winner.
  • probably: If he does that, his odds of being named Sports Personality of the Year- he is the 6-1 second favourite- will probably get shorter.
  • available: At one point, he was bowling as fast as 96mph, and in the course of one over of six balls, he averaged 92.79mph- the fastest by an England bowler where recorded data is available.

PC Andrew Harper: Family tribute to 'hero' officer

  • imagine: A big part of me has gone with you, I cannot imagine our lives going forward but we will do so with Andrew in our hearts.
  • caption: Image copyright Family handout Image caption PC Harper's wife Lissie said her husband was " the kindest, loveliest, most selfless person you will ever meet".
  • investigate: The family of a police officer killed while investigating a burglary have paid tribute to him as forces across the country held a minute's silence.
  • forward: A big part of me has gone with you, I cannot imagine our lives going forward but we will do so with Andrew in our hearts.
  • hero: PC Harper's father, Phil, described his son as a " hero, if not a superhero ".

Huawei Puts a Price on Trump’s Aggression

  • alternative: Huawei is seeking to develop alternatives after coming under intense pressure from the Trump Administration, which has argued its technology represents a security threat.
  • intense: Huawei is seeking to develop alternatives after coming under intense pressure from the Trump Administration, which has argued its technology represents a security threat.
  • argue: Huawei is seeking to develop alternatives after coming under intense pressure from the Trump Administration, which has argued its technology represents a security threat.
  • security: Huawei is seeking to develop alternatives after coming under intense pressure from the Trump Administration, which has argued its technology represents a security threat.
  • intelligence: On Friday, it introduced its most powerful artificial intelligence chipset, the Ascend 910, which is poised to rival some of the best offerings from Qualcomm Inc. and Nvidia Corp..

Russian opposition leader Navalny released from jail

  • arrest: One of them, Ilya Yashin, was sentenced to another 10-day detention earlier this week, which brings the total number of his consecutive arrests to four.
  • jail: Fifteen people are now in jail on charges of rioting for the rally in July that was largely peaceful.
  • candidate: Some of the independent city council candidates were sentenced to several back-to-back short stints in jail.
  • jail: Some of the independent city council candidates were sentenced to several back-to-back short stints in jail.
  • dismiss: Kremlin officials have dismissed the protests as insignificant, and Putin has warned the protesters that they must abide by the law or face the consequences.