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A protester harassed Nicola Sturgeon while speaking out about violence against women | Politics | News

A protester interrupted Nicola Sturgeon this evening during a speech about addressing male violence against women. The county accused the Prime Minister of having “failed the feeble women of Scotland”. The unidentified protester was subsequently expelled from the event, which was held to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Zero Tolerance charity. She told the …

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Laser Wolf’s Sister Restaurant, Kfar, opens at the Hoxton Hotel in Williamsburg

One of Williamsburg’s busiest restaurants now has a sister place in the same building. K’Far (97 Wythe Ave.), Chef Michael Solomonov’s second New York restaurant, opened last week on the ground floor of the Hoxton Hotel, where Laser Wolf reigns supreme on the roof. Like Laser Wolf, K’Far serves excellent Israeli cuisine. K’Far is primarily …

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Associate Professor Fadel Adeeb Scholarship – MIT Media Lab

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Fadel Adeeb, who has been awarded the position. The youngest faculty member in the history of the College of Architecture and Planning to hold the position, Professor Adeeb heads the Signal Kinetics research group at the Media Lab, and holds a joint appointment in MIT’s Department …

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The nightmare of using British taxpayers’ money to drive Britain’s breakup may be over

Why should the British taxpayer pay British civil servants to help Nicola Sturgeon try to break up Britain? This is a question that has become pertinent since the Supreme Court ruled that it could not hold a legal referendum without permission from the UK government. But it is an issue that many have been raising …

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SNP urged to return ‘missing’ £600,000 raised for Nicola Sturgeon’s aborted IndyRef2 campaign

Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to return £600,000 in “missing” money the SNP had raised from party members to campaign for an independence referendum after her defeat in the High Court. The Scottish Conservatives said the first minister should “do the right thing” and return the money after the court ruled she did not have …

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Food review: Providence Oyster Bar’s new location in East Greenwich

A chronic roll containing shrimp tempura is served with a cocktail. Photo by Angel Tucker. Despite the state’s title, seafood restaurants remain surprisingly elusive in Rhode Island. Seasonal shacks—full of fried oysters and lobster rolls in the summer months—are exceptions, but once fall rolls around, the choices drop to a handful of kitchens that focus …

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A giant prehistoric sea turtle was recently discovered in Europe

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news of amazing discoveries, scientific advances, and more. CNN – Long ago, giant sea turtles swam in the Earth’s seas. Until recently, these prehistoric giants, reaching lengths of more than 3 meters (10 feet) from head to tail, were thought to be found …

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