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Browns sign Christian Kirksey to four-year extension

Browns sign Christian Kirksey to four-year extension

It's a huge contract for this position. Cleveland obviously considers Kirksey , who finished third the National Football League with 148 tackles last season, an integral part of the team's defense moving forward. The team later confirmed the signing, with executive VP of football operations Sashi Brown saying in a statement that Kirksey represents "another example of a young talented football player that we want to be part of our organization for the long-term".


YouGov sets out methodology for British election model

YouGov sets out methodology for British election model

Previous opinion polls had suggested that May's ruling Conservative Party would increase its majority in the House of Commons, which now stands at 17 seats. Rather than strengthening her hand, it is starting to look more likely that Prime Minister May could end up with an even slimmer majority than she now has, or even a hung parliament .


Nigerian Navy Burns Police Station, 3 Officers In Cross River

Nigerian Navy Burns Police Station, 3 Officers In Cross River

The governor, however, maintained that senior officers of the navy and police were proactive in arresting the situation early enough. " Police officers now called for back up while the Navy also called for reinforcement, both took over the road leading to the airport ".



Family pressure pushed many to give up smoking

Two thirds of the 15 billion cigarettes sold each day are thrown on to the street or elsewhere in the environment , it said , adding that butts account for up to 40 percent of all items collected in coastal and urban clean-ups. Increasing tobacco taxes and prices is one of the most effective, yet least utilized control measures globally. In 2015, the central government approved a modest nationwide cigarette tax increase.



Scottish party to push for vote on independence

In 2014 a Scottish independence referendum was defeated by 55.3% to 44.7%. While she stressed the "reality" of the election meant this was unlikely, the SNP leader told Sky News: "I'm going to launch a manifesto tomorrow that will put forward SNP policies".