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Staff rotas face tech revolution

Cloud computing and mobile apps are being used to make staff rotas much simpler to manage. BBC News – Business

St. Louis Police Chant 'Whose Streets? Our Streets!' After Arresting Protesters

A refrain commonly chanted by Black Lives Matter activists was shouted Sunday night by St. Louis police officers as law enforcement officials arrested more than 80 people during the city’s

London Tube attack suspects were foster children, officials say

London commuters are beginning their working week with heavy security on transport routes following last week’s terror attack. – RSS Channel – Regions – Europe

UK tourist in Venice hands big euro find to police

A 67-year-old British woman discovers a bag with thousands of euros in Venice and hands it to police. BBC News – Europe

Parsons Green Tube bomb: Police still questioning suspects

Two men remain in custody on suspicion of terror offences over Friday’s attack, which injured 30. BBC News – Home

Italy, Going It Alone, Stalls the Flow of Migrants. But at What Cost?

Some charge that Rome’s solution to the crisis may be strengthening Libya’s most rapacious warlords, while condemning thousands to misery. NYT > Europe

Serbia’s gay PM is first in region to attend pride parade

Belgrade’s gay pride parades were banned for years after one was disrupted by violent protesters. BBC News – Europe

Brexit: Boris Johnson ‘back-seat driving’ over Brexit, says Rudd

Theresa May is “driving the car” on Brexit and Boris Johnson must support her, the home secretary says. BBC News – Home

Most Americans Oppose White Supremacists, But Many Share Their Views: Poll

A new poll in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, finds that while Americans widely say they oppose racism and white nationalism, many still appear to hold far-right,

Trump Again Proves His Claim About Waiting For 'Facts' After Charlottesville Was Garbage

U.S. President Donald Trump explained his botched response to a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month by saying he needed “the facts” before broadly denouncing violence from racist groups.

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