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Friday April 23rd, 2021 day edition

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NIP have announced the shock signing of Nicolai "⁠device⁠" Reedtz on a permanent transfer from Astralis.

device was one of the original members of Astralis, an organisation created in January 2016.

device's signing comes as a huge boost for NIP, who have struggled to break into the top 10 in the rankings.

"Bringing in device is a huge testament to the work everyone around the club have been doing for the past years," NIP Chief Gaming Officer Jonas Gundersen said.

"We set out on a venture to rekindle the magic that NIP stands for and in this day and age.

device will have a baptism of fire for NIP as he will make his first appearance in Flashpoint 3, the first Regional Major Ranking (RMR) tournament of the year.

With device's signing, NIP now have:. »

How local TV can push viewers to the political right

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Levendusky's paper is the latest to focus on Sinclair in particular as the company's influence has grown in recent years.

Sinclair has purchased dozens of local television stations over the past decade, and now owns 193 stations that reach roughly 40% of Americans.

"Without [local] information in the information ecosystem, voters don't really have what they need to hold politicians and political actors accountable," said Levendusky. »

Brett Kavanaugh Rules Children Deserve Life in Prison With No Chance of Parole

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But what he apparently actually meant was that he shouldn’t be held accountable for things he allegedly did as kid, while others deserve life in prison without the possibility of parole.

The “argument that the sentencer must make a finding of permanent incorrigibility is inconsistent with the Court’s precedents,” Kavanaugh claimed, which actually isn’t true at all.

And as Sotomayor pointed out, the burden will fall disproportionately on racial minorities,” as 70% of all youths sentenced to life without parole are children of color. »

Argentine version of Google falls into “wrong” hands leading to search engine's temporary collapse

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It would seem that Google Argentina forgot to renew the site and a user seized the opportunity to register it in his name.

However, minutes later after the manoeuvre, it was confirmed that Google has already recovered the domain.

According to the Open Data Córdoba group (which is dedicated to tracking expired Argentine domains) Google's domain had not expired and, in fact, the expiration date was in July. »

Sources: UK men’s basketball player Terrence Clarke dies in Los Angeles

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - WKYT has confirmed former UK men’s basketball player Terrence Clarke has died in a car crash in Los Angeles Thursday.

We have also confirmed that with the Valley Traffic Division of Los Angeles Police.

Clarke is survived by his parents, Osmine Clarke and Adrian Briggs, and his three siblings, Tatyana Gray, Gavin Clarke and Madison Adrianne. »