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Chinese motorist detained after refusing to wait for school students crossing road [Video]

Chinese motorist detained after refusing to wait for school students crossing road

A motorist was fined and detained after refusing to wait for a group of students to cross a road in southern China.

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Una futura torre de Dubái aspira a ser la obra de arte más grande jamás creada [Video]

Una futura torre de Dubái aspira a ser la obra de arte más grande jamás creada

Esta impresionante torre será la obra de arte más grande jamás creada.

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'I feel blessed': Aussie brightens up strangers' days with flower bouquets [Video]

'I feel blessed': Aussie brightens up strangers' days with flower bouquets

This man in Canberra brightened up the days of two strangers by gifting them a bouquet of flowers each.

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Cleaning At Home Is Harder Than You Think Even When People Are Home All The Time [Video]

Cleaning At Home Is Harder Than You Think Even When People Are Home All The Time

If you have a hard time cleaning your messes, you are not alone. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the results of a new study conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Closetmaid.

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WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For March 5 [Video]

WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For March 5

Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.

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WBZ News Update For March 5 [Video]

WBZ News Update For March 5

Weekend Weather; MA Latest COVID Numbers; Mobile Vaccine Clinic in Boston; Fenway Park Closing For Vaccinations

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The BULLetin Board: Breaking bad habits [Video]

The BULLetin Board: Breaking bad habits

Have bad habits? These tips could help you break them.

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It's 'liberating' to make choices on your own, says Meghan [Video]

It's 'liberating' to make choices on your own, says Meghan

The Duchess of Sussex has said it is “liberating” to be able to have the “right and privilege” to be able to “say yes” to an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

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Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills Restaurant [Video]

Woman Shot During Brazen Daylight Robbery At Beverly Hills Restaurant

A woman was shot Thursday afternoon during an armed robbery attempt at an upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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Duke of Edinburgh moved back to King Edward VII’s Hospital after surgery [Video]

Duke of Edinburgh moved back to King Edward VII’s Hospital after surgery

The Duke of Edinburgh has left the NHS hospital where he had heart surgery and has been moved back to the private King Edward VII’s Hospital to recuperate, Buckingham Palace said.Philip, 99,..

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Two in custody after early morning police chase on east side of KCMO [Video]

Two in custody after early morning police chase on east side of KCMO

Police have not yet said what prompted the chase.

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My Foot Acts As My Knee - And Nobody Knows Why | BORN DIFFERENT [Video]

My Foot Acts As My Knee - And Nobody Knows Why | BORN DIFFERENT

A 16-YEAR-OLD who was born with a mysterious condition affecting his leg hopes to compete in gymnastics at an international level. Nikhil from Delhi, India told Truly: “The way I do gymnastics, no..

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Chipotle Collabs with e.l.f. Cosmetics to Launch Makeup Collection [Video]

Chipotle Collabs with e.l.f. Cosmetics to Launch Makeup Collection

Chipotle is known for burritos, but now they are working with e.l.f. Cosmetics on a makeup line. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm has more.

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REPLAY: Pope hails 'long-awaited' trip to Iraq, 'a cradle of civilisation' [Video]

REPLAY: Pope hails 'long-awaited' trip to Iraq, 'a cradle of civilisation'

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Full Show: ABC15 Mornings | February 16, 6am [Video]

Full Show: ABC15 Mornings | February 16, 6am

Wake up with ABC15 Mornings for a check of your most accurate forecast, latest local news, and biggest Arizona headlines.

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3 Burned In Explosion At Apartment Complex In Greeley [Video]

3 Burned In Explosion At Apartment Complex In Greeley

It happened on 9th Street near 13th early Friday morning.

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Changing airline policies causing confusion [Video]

Changing airline policies causing confusion

Do you have credits from a canceled flight? Many airlines have changing policies due to the COVID-19 pandemic which is causing confusion,

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Marvel’s Avengers XP requirement increased by developer [Video]

Marvel’s Avengers XP requirement increased by developer

Polygon report that will happen after the 18th March, the same date that it hits current-gen consoles

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Le temps passé par les enfants devant un écran les expose à la boulimie [Video]

Le temps passé par les enfants devant un écran les expose à la boulimie

Les enfants qui passent du temps sur les réseaux sociaux sont plus susceptibles de développer des troubles alimentaires tels que la boulimie

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‘Failure of constitutional machinery’: Fadnavis on vacant Assembly speaker post [Video]

‘Failure of constitutional machinery’: Fadnavis on vacant Assembly speaker post

Maharashtra’s Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis spoke on the vacant post of State Assembly Speaker. Fadnavis said that the situation is equivalent to “failure of constitutional machinery”...

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Pope arrives in Iraq to rally Christians despite pandemic [Video]

Pope arrives in Iraq to rally Christians despite pandemic

Pope Francis has arrived in Iraq to urge the country’s dwindling number of Christians to stay put and help rebuild the country after years of war and persecution, brushing aside the coronavirus..

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Saliva testing for asymptomatic students, staff in Davis school district [Video]

Saliva testing for asymptomatic students, staff in Davis school district

Olivia DeGennaro reports

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Police searching for Amber Alert suspect after mother, two children found dead [Video]

Police searching for Amber Alert suspect after mother, two children found dead

The 1-year-old girl at the center of the Amber Alert was found safe.

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'Govt's effort is to reduce compliance burden at state, Central level': PM Modi [Video]

'Govt's effort is to reduce compliance burden at state, Central level': PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday highlighted the need for reducing compliances burden and said it is the effort of the government to reduce 6,000 compliances burden at the state and Central level..

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Cette lampe à U.V. désinfecte l’air pour permettre aux personnes de se rassembler [Video]

Cette lampe à U.V. désinfecte l’air pour permettre aux personnes de se rassembler

Cette lampe pourrait permettre aux gens de se rassembler dans le contexte de la pandémie

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UK 'absolutely not' trying to provoke EU row - but bloc hints legal action 'very soon' over border issues

The UK is "absolutely not" trying to provoke a row with the EU over post-Brexit border arrangements, after the government's intervention saw the bloc threaten legal action, a cabinet minister has told..
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Nursing union sets up £35m strike fund after news of 1% NHS pay rise

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is to set up a £35 million industrial action fund in response to the government's recommendation of a 1% pay rise for NHS workers.
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1% pay rise for NHS staff 'the most' the government can afford, says minister

A 1% pay rise for NHS workers is "the most" the government can afford due to the economic cost of the COVID crisis, a health minister has told Sky News.
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Always read between the lines, especially when they're written by those who once wielded guns.
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'Worrying' number of children and teens recruited to terror groups during lockdown

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A "worrying" number of children and teenagers are being recruited to terrorist groups during the coronavirus lockdown, the foreign secretary has told MPs.
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Recommended 1% pay rise for NHS staff labelled 'pitiful' by nursing union

A recommended 1% pay rise for NHS workers has been called "pitiful and bitterly disappointing" by nursing union leaders who said the government was "dangerously out of touch" with health staff.
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Sturgeon vows to 'get on with the job' as she awaits Salmond inquiry ruling

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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to "get on with the job" after answering eight hours' of questions over her government's handling of harassment claims against her predecessor Alex..
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Former top Home Office civil servant settles employment tribunal claim

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A former top civil servant at the Home Office has settled his employment tribunal claim against the government.
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Scotch whisky industry toasts Biden as US suspends trade tariffs

scotch whisky industry toasts biden as us suspends trade tariffs
The Scotch whisky industry has welcomed a deal between the UK and US governments that has seen damaging tariffs, imposed by the Trump administration in 2019, suspended for four months.
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Chancellor accused of 'not levelling with people' over budget plans

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Rishi Sunak "isn't really levelling with people" about painful cuts that will be needed to repair the public finances, according to budget analysis by a respected economic think-tank.
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Loyalist groups withdraw support for Good Friday Agreement over Brexit border deal

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Loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have withdrawn their support for the Good Friday Agreement in protest at post-Brexit border arrangements.
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Kwarteng axes star-studded council with hint at BEIS rebranding

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Kwasi Kwarteng, the business secretary, is axing a star-studded committee of business leaders appointed to advise on the government's progress in delivering its industrial strategy just two-and-a-half..
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Sunak defends tax changes as 'a fair way to help solve the problems that we need to'

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has defended his tax changes in yesterday's budget as "a fair way to help solve the problems that we need to".
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Polls suggest public approve of chancellor's budget despite looming tax rises

polls suggest public approve of chancellor's budget despite looming tax rises
Rishi Sunak's spend now, tax later budget has received a broad welcome from voters, according to two snap opinion polls carried out after the chancellor's statement.
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Budget omissions might be more important than what was included

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EU will go to court over UK 'unilateral action' on Northern Ireland protocol

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The European Union has said it will take legal action over Britain's "unilateral action" over the Northern Ireland protocol.
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Sturgeon on 'moment she will never forget' when Salmond revealed harassment claim letter

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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has spoken of the "moment she will never forget" when Alex Salmond showed her a letter detailing sexual harassment claims against him.
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NHS, Brexit, social care: What wasn't in the chancellor's budget

The budget was chock full of announcements - including on the furlough scheme, Universal Credit and stamp duty.
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EU border disruption to cause economic hit - and Brexit deal to see '4% shrinkage in long-term'

eu border disruption to cause economic hit - and brexit deal to see '4% shrinkage in long-term'
Border disruption with the EU, caused in part by Brexit, is expected to cause an economic hit in the first three months of this year, according to Whitehall's fiscal watchdog.
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Corporation tax rise and threshold freeze as Sunak vows 'fairer' UK in COVID victims' memory

The chancellor has vowed to build a "fairer" country in the memory of those who have died during the coronavirus pandemic after he outlined his budget.
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Climate, health and culture - what are the wider impacts of the budget? Our experts weigh in

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Budget 2021: All the key points as Rishi Sunak sets out his plans

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Legal limit for contactless payments to increase, chancellor says ahead of budget announcement

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The legal limit for contactless payments will more than double, Chancellor Rishi Sunak will confirm in today's budget.
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What COVID support measures were announced in the budget?

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced several measures to support people affected by COVID-19 lockdowns.
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Rise in corporation tax and freeze on thresholds as Sunak tries to recover COVID debt

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out an extra £65bn in COVID support for employees and businesses - but announced a freeze on income tax thresholds and a rise in corporation tax to help pay back the..
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Sturgeon rejects 'absurd' claim she plotted against Salmond, calls his behaviour 'deeply inappropriate'

Nicola Sturgeon has told an inquiry any suggestion she "acted with malice" or "plotted" against her predecessor Alex Salmond is "absurd".
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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will give evidence to the Scottish parliament's harassment committee today.
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Chancellor faces the challenge of being certain in a time of great uncertainty

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UK government censured for a lack of transparency and accountability

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The global coalition for transparency and anti-corruption has put the UK "under review", heightening concerns about the government's commitment to openness following a series of scandals.
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'I'm hoping he's not going too quickly': Speaker on chancellor's plan for post-budget news conference

'i'm hoping he's not going too quickly': speaker on chancellor's plan for post-budget news conference
The Commons speaker has told Sky News he hopes the chancellor does not dash off for his post-budget press conference too quickly after addressing MPs.
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Furlough scheme will be extended until end of September, chancellor to announce

Furlough will be extended until the end of September, the chancellor will announce, as he unveils more support for workers and the self-employed. 
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No confidence vote in Sturgeon to be submitted after Salmond case legal advice published

A no-confidence vote in Nicola Sturgeon is to be submitted by the Scottish Conservatives.
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Chancellor promises to use 'fiscal firepower' in budget to protect jobs and livelihoods

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Attorney general becomes first cabinet minister to go on maternity leave

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The hunt for an unidentified person who tested positive for the Brazil variant of coronavirus has narrowed to 379 households in southeast England, the health secretary has said.
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'We have reached the point where taxes have to go up', warns ex-Tory leader Hague

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Cameron admits mistake in government planning for future pandemics

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Ken Clarke urges Rishi Sunak to protect 'young and poor' and ditch pension 'triple lock'

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Rishi Sunak should use this Budget to ditch the government's pensions triple lock, lift taxes on older voters and should be wary of raising corporation taxes, according to former chancellor Ken Clarke.
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'Utterly appalling': Criticism as UK announces it will cut aid to Yemen by more than half

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PM accused of border 'incompetence' - as hunt continues for mystery person infected with Brazil variant

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A hunt continues for a person in the UK infected with a coronavirus "variant of concern" from Brazil, with the government accused of "unforgivable incompetence" in managing Britain's borders.
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Anger over reports UK to cut Yemen aid with masses of children on 'brink of famine'

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Tory MPs demand permanent business rates cut to help firms emerge from 'cold store'

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A group of 45 Conservative MPs from "Red Wall" seats have called for a permanent reduction in business rates to help firms come out of "cold store" after the coronavirus crisis.
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Sunak told now is not the time for 'significant' tax increases

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been told by MPs that "now is not the time for tax rises" - though a moderate hike in corporation tax could help the government without damaging growth.
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Sturgeon should quit if she broke ministerial code, says Scots Labour leader

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Nicola Sturgeon should resign if she is found to have breached the ministerial code, new Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar has told Sky News.
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