Clocking people's clocks

Clocking people's clocks
WITH some pride, the FBI trumpeted the news last month that thanks to the agency's facial-recognition system Neil Stammer, wanted for sexual assault and kidnapping, had been apprehended in Nepal after being on the run for 14 years. The truth was …
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Could Chinese millionaire be reason for real estate industry nightmare?
After visiting more than 80 properties in the Los Angeles area with an agent from Coldwell Banker, Horiike paid $ 12.25 million in cash for a four-bedroom, six-bath, Tuscan-style mansion with a swimming pool, spa and guesthouse on 5.1 acres overlooking …
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HCA chief visits Durham City's riverside development
During a tour of the development, Rose helped lay the foundations for the new Durham base of Her Majesty's Passport Office and witnessed the considerable progress that has been made on the site of the former ice rink since it was acquired by the HCA as …
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Holidaying across Europe with a dog – why a million mutts have taken the
His Pet Passport lists him as Freddie Hills, born end October 2013 (probably), a black and white collie (chuck in a few other genes) and described as being 'entire'. If that's what I think it means then it's no longer strictly correct. The point is …
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