The hashtag encourages people to share the images and stories of Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, his wife Yusor Mohammad, 21, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu Salha, 19. Barakat was a second year dental student at the University of North Carolina, while Mohammad was preparing to study dentistry in the fall and Abu Salha was studying architecture and environmental design. On Tuesday in what police say was the result of an ongoing neighbour dispute over a parking spot.
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BLISS CEO Jon StutfieldGet business updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!BLISS chief executive Jon Stutfield said: “Amsterdam has a growing digital sector. When we launched four years ago, our very first client was international retailer Ahold, based in Amsterdam. So we already have strong links there, but we’d like to expand that and target more businesses in the Dutch city.”Manchester will always be our home, but moving to The Netherlands opens up an exciting new pool of creative talent and opportunities vital if we are to continue to develop exciting digital products for ourselves and our customers.”BLISS was founded in January 2010 by Stutfield after he hand selected a talented team of digital experts he had worked with previously.The agency now employs 14 staff at its Northern Quarter base, and builds and designs websites and mobile sites as well as apps for clients including Boohoo, Royal Mail, RRG, Umbro and Schwarzkopf.It also provides marketing and social media services.The firm has recently started developing its own products, which will be targeted at SME clients.
The BBC Sports Personality of the Year is an awards ceremony which takes place every year usually in December. It recognises sports men and women whose actions have most captured the public’s imagination. 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One gives, the other takes so which one is the true sporting hero?Brian Reade has his say on two nominees for BBC Sports Personality of the Year.Sunday Mail Sports AwardsSunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards 2017: Laura Muir’s body of work deserves recognition says coachAndy Young believes few did that more than Muir who’ll miss out on the Commonwealth Games in the spring to complete her degree in veterinary studies in the past 12 months.Sunday Mail Sports AwardsAndy Murray stands behind the Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports AwardsThe Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards are entering their second decade and to launch them for 2017, we’re joined by the man who dominated the first.Phil TaylorPhil Taylor confirms retirement from darts after trophy laden careerPhil ‘The Power’ Taylor will hang up his arrows at the end of this year.Andy MurrayArise Sir Andy as Scotland’s greatest ever sportsman honoured with a knighthoodWimbledon and Olympic champion Murray rounds off a perfect year by bagging a gong in the Queen’s New Year honours list.Andy MurrayAndy Murray says he is ready for the mental challenges facing him in 2017The world No.1 is trying to get his head right in a bid to deal with what is set to come his way next season.Scott BrownCeltic skipper Scott Brown is past his sell by date and shouldn’t be allowed to dictate when he plays for ScotlandHoops midfielder comes in for a bit of festive flak as Andy Murray receives the praise of today’s callers for winning Sports Personality of the Year again.Andy MurrayWho broke the trophy? Andy Murray presented with bashed Sports Personality of the Year prizeNo sooner had the Scottish star made his acceptance speech than eagle eyed viewers noticed that all was not right with his prize.Andy MurrayAndy Murray wins Sports Personality of the Year 2016 for historic third timeThe Scot who won Wimbledon and an Olympic gold medal this year has created history by becoming the first athlete to win the award for the third time.Andy MurrayAndy Murray is red hot favourite to make history at BBC Sports Personality of the Year AwardsSUCCESS on Sunday at the annual event would see him become the first sportsperson to win the award three times and the first to retain the trophy.Stirling Other SportsDunblane tennis star Andy Murray named top man at Scottish Sports AwardsFellow sporting heroes Ben Higson, Steve Tigg and Gordon Reid were also recognised at the Sunday Mail and sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards.East Kilbride Other SportsUnsung hero award for East Kilbride cycling enthusiast Rachael HalifaxA TRIP to this month’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards awaits as she bids to become UK wide championBoxingCarl Frampton blasts BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards claiming they are biased towards English athletesAndy Murray and Gareth Bale are the only athletes from outside England nominated and Frampton claims those behind the UK wide shortlist are “anti Northern Ireland”.Andy MurrayWorld No.1 Andy Murray claims he’s too young to be awarded a knighthoodFELLOW Olympic gold medallist Chris Hoy was knighted in 2009 and Bradley Wiggins received the same honour in 2013.Andy MurrayAndy Murray hot favourite to win third BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award after sensational tennis seasonTHE ATP world No.1 is a 2 5 favourite to pick up a third SPOTY award and is odds on 1 3 to be knighted in the Queen’s New Year’s honours list.Joey BartonJoey Barton saga proves that Rangers are a club in turmoil Sports HotlineTHERE was only one topic up for discussion today with the Gers midfielder’s antics getting short shrift from the majority of Hotline callers..