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‘Most important’ Ely Bronze Age gold torc on display

One of England’s “most important Bronze Age finds” has gone on display for the first time near to where it was found.

The £220,000 gold torc was unearthed by metal detectorists in an east Cambridgeshire field last year.

It was probably left as a “gift to the gods” and its diameter is “larger than any adult male trousers” according to Neil Wilkin, from the British Museum.

The bracelet-like ring is more than 3,000 years old and was bought by Ely Museum using a series of grants.

It was declared treasure at an inquest and the finder and landowner will receive a reward.

Elie Hughes, Ely Museum curator, said the detectorist “had no idea what it was until he cleaned it”, at which point he reported it to the county finds liaison officer.

Dr Wilkin, who is responsible for the British Museum’s British and European Bronze Age Collection, described it as “one of the most important Bronze Age finds that’s ever been made in England”.

He said the torc is the “largest of its type in the whole of Europe” and its diameter is “larger than any adult male trousers that you can buy in a shop today”.

He speculated the torc could have been worn over bulky clothing or by a sacrificial animal but its use “remains a guessing game”.

At this time in the Bronze Age, people were no longer being buried with important objects – instead they deposited them at “important places in the landscape”.

Dr Wilkin said: “We don’t necessarily know why, but we think it was a gift to the gods, designed to secure good harvests or a healthy family.

“I’ve calculated you could probably make 10 smaller objects out of this one, so it’s a really big sacrifice of wealth and status.”

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Mysterious Note Found in Las Vegas Gunman’s Room Had Numbers—No Letters

The note left in the Las Vegas gunman’s room had only numbers—no letters.

Police made the mysterious revelation Friday afternoon; it has left the public with more questions than answers as authorities try to piece together who gunman Stephen Paddock was, and why he targeted concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Crime scene photos inside Paddock’s room that were leaked to the media show an array of high-powered rifles littering the ground and mounds of bullet casings.

One graphic photo shows the lower portion of a lifeless body, likely Paddock’s, lying on the floor of the room.

In the background is a note on a side table.

For days, the mystery around the letter has heightened, but police would only say that it wasn’t a suicide note.

Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said the note, written on a yellow sheet of paper, had only numbers. No letters.

He told NBC News authorities are still trying to piece together what the numbers refer to, but it’s possible they may have been range calculations.

Police say Paddock’s room was about 500 yards from his targets—attendees at the Route 91 Harvest festival, a three-day country music concert.

The note is just the latest piece of cryptic information revealed as police have yet to find a motive, a manifesto or any clue that would point to why he snapped.

All of his relatives were bewildered after hearing he was behind the attack, the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history. He was a millionaire. Never violent. Wasn’t religious or political.

Police have asked for patience as they try to piece together what happened.

So for now, we’ll all have to wait.

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Tory rebels should ‘put up, or shut up’ – Ruth Davidson

The Conservative Party should “get its house in order”, back Theresa May and “let her get back to governing”, the party’s leader in Scotland has said.

Ruth Davidson criticised Tory “plotters” who want the PM to resign, saying they should “put up, or shut up” and were not led by anyone “serious”.

Former party chairman Grant Shapps says about 30 Tory MPs back his call for the party to hold a leadership contest.

But the prime minister said she has the “full support of her cabinet”.

Speaking on Friday, she insisted she was providing the “calm leadership” the country needed.

Pressure on the prime minister has grown since her party conference speech was plagued by a series of mishaps, as she struggled with a persistent cough and was interrupted by a prankster.

Mr Shapps, who was co-chair of the party between 2012 and 2015, said he believed it was “time we actually tackle this issue of leadership” adding that “so do many colleagues”.

However, cabinet ministers including Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Home Secretary Amber Rudd were among those who backed the PM on Friday.

And speaking on Radio 4’s Political Thinking podcast, Ms Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives, suggested the prime minister’s critics should “put up, shut up and get off the stage”.

“I have to say, I’ve not got much time for them,” she said of Mrs May’s critics, saying there were “an awful lot of people in our party who need to settle down”.

“I think if the plotters were serious, they would be led by someone a bit more serious,” she said.

‘Incredibly lucky’

“One of the irritants over the last couple of days, for me, particularly as a woman, is this idea that all of these men are supposed to be making decisions on Theresa May’s behalf,” she added.

“Well, have they actually met Theresa May? This is a woman with agency, with grit, with determination. I backed her in the leadership, I back her now and I will back her in the future.”

Asked what she would say to her party, she added: “I would tell my party to get its house in order.

“Get together, knuckle down and make sure our first commitment, our last commitment and our only commitment is to the country we are incredibly lucky to serve.”

To trigger a vote of confidence in the party leader, 48 of the 316 Conservative MPs would need to write to the chairman of the backbench 1922 committee.

A leadership contest would only be triggered if Mrs May lost that vote, or chose to quit.

Mr Shapps said no letter had been sent and that his intention had been to gather signatures privately and persuade Mrs May to stand down.

But he claimed party whips had taken the “extraordinary” step of making it public by naming him as the ringleader of a plot to oust the PM in a story in the Times.

He added: “The country needs leadership. It needs leadership at this time in particular.

“I think the conference and the lead-up through the summer has shown that that’s not going to happen. I think it’s time that we have a leadership election now, or at least let’s set out that timetable.”

Former minister Ed Vaizey was the first MP to publicly suggest Mrs May should quit on Thursday, telling the BBC: “I think there will be quite a few people who will now be pretty firmly of the view that she should resign.”

Trump rolls back access to free birth control

Donald Trump’s government has issued a ruling that allows employers to opt out of providing free birth control to millions of Americans.

The rule allows employers and insurers to decline to provide birth control if doing so violates their “religious beliefs” or “moral convictions”.

Fifty-five million women benefited from the Obama-era rule, which made companies provide free birth control.

Before taking office, Mr Trump had pledged to eliminate that requirement.

What happened?

The mandate requiring birth control coverage had been a key feature of so-called Obamacare – President Obama’s efforts to overhaul the US healthcare system.

But the requirement included a provision that permitted religious institutions to forgo birth control coverage for their employees.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said on Friday it was important to expand which organisations can opt out and deny free contraceptive coverage.

“We should have space for organisations to live out their religious ideas and not face discrimination because of their religious ideas,” said one HHS official, who did not wish to be named.

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, the top Republican in Congress, praised the decision as “a landmark day for religious liberty”.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the National National Women’s Law Center have announced that they will sue the federal government over the decision.

Why was the decision made?

In announcing the rule change, HHS officials cited a study claiming that access to contraception encourages “risky sexual behaviour”.

The department disputes reports that millions of women may lose their birth control coverage if they are unable to pay for it themselves.

Roger Severino, the director of the HHS Office of Civil Rights, argued that only a small percentage of employers will choose to opt out, and therefore only a limited number of women will be affected.

But many health policy analysts say employers that do not wish to pay for their employees’ contraceptive coverage will now be able to.

Will you be affected by this decision? Email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk.

Diedra Penner, 33, from Bellingham, Washington state, told the BBC she feared losing access to the birth control she uses to treat polycystic ovarian syndrome. At the moment, the treatment is paid for with partial subsidies through the Affordable Care Act.

“Without the birth control mandate I don’t know how much the treatment would cost,” she said.

“This is definitely an attack on women – if this issue affected men it wouldn’t be happening this way.”

How have women’s groups reacted?

By Nada Tawfik, BBC News, New York

The immediate outcry from the president’s detractors has been that this is an attack on women.

Birth control is used for a variety of reasons. Preventing unwanted pregnancy is, of course, one of them. But it can also be used to treat medical conditions such as endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome.

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists was blunt. They said the decision undermined the best interests of their patients and turned back the clock on women’s health.

Another women’s advocacy organisation, UltraViolet, said employers and insurers now needed to pick a side, asking if they stood “with Donald Trump and his attacks on women,” or “the women who depend on your coverage?”

The administration says only a limited number of women will be affected.

Whether or not that is true, the president is being criticized for politicising women’s bodies and health to score political points with his base.

Is there a political price to pay?

By Anthony Zurcher, BBC News, Washington

The contraceptive coverage mandate had become a hotly contested legal battleground since Obamacare passed in 2009 – with the Democratic administration aggressively pushing back against attempts to carve out sweeping religious exemptions to the women’s health provisions of the law.

With Donald Trump now in charge, the dynamic has been turned on its head. Now the White House will be much more lenient in granting waivers, and Obamacare’s defenders are the ones turning to the courts for a remedy.

The move will be celebrated by religious groups and conservatives – a tangible benefit of their presidential victory last year.

There’s a risk of blowback outside the Republican Party’s evangelical base, however.

According to some estimates, the contraceptive mandate saved women $1.4bn in its first year in effect. The decision could deal a direct financial blow to women across the US – something they might remember when they head to the polls in 2018.

 

Three Men Charged With Plotting ISIS-Inspired Attack in New York

Three men have been charged with plotting to carry out ISIS-inspired attacks on music concerts, landmarks and crowded subways in New York, authorities said.

The FBI arrested Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, 19, a Canadian citizen, while traveling to the United States from Canada in the summer of 2016 and he has pled guilty to terrorism offenses; Talha Haroon, 19, an American living in Pakistan, was arrested in Pakistan; and Russell Salic, 37, a Philippine citizen, was arrested in his home country and is also expected to be sent to the United States for trial, federal prosecutors said.

Federal prosecutors said the three men’s goal was to kill and injure as many people as possible. FBI and NYPD officials said the suspects were arrested before obtaining any weapons — although El Bahnasawy had acquired bomb-making materials and secured a cabin to try to build bombs. They described the plot as inspired by the ISIS terror group but said it was more aspirational than operational.

Officials said the three men communicated via Internet messaging applications and planned to commit bombings and mass-shootings during 2016’s Ramadan in New York City. They allegedly intended to detonate bombs in Times Square and in the city’s subway system, while also shooting civilians at specific concert venues.

The news comes days after a lone gunman with no link to any terror group opened fire on a concert crowd in Las Vegas, killing 58 people. Terrorists have killed concertgoers in England and France.

During their preparations in the spring of 2016, El Bahnasawy and Haroon communicated often via internet messaging on their cell phones. An undercover agent who posed as an ISIS supporter earned their trust and infiltrated their communications, the court documents said.

The men sent the agent images of maps of the subway system that were marked with their intended targets.

“[W]e seriously need a car bomb at times square (sic),” El Bahnasawy allegedly told the undercover agent after sending him a photo of Times Square. “Look at these crowds of people!”

Times Square saw a failed car bomb attempt by self-proclaimed terrorist Faisal Shahzad in 2010 and the 2009 Zazi plot was set to be a series of backpack bombings on the subways.

Both men allegedly told the undercover agent that they were connected with an ISIS affiliate in Khorasan Province in Pakistan. According to the court documents, El Bahnasawy told the undercover agent that “[t]hese Americans need an attack” and added that the hoped to “create the next 9/11.”

Haroon allegedly said that he planned to “cause great destruction to the filthy kuffars by our hands.”

Salic, the individual arrested in the Philippines, provided El Bahnasawy and Haroon financial support, sending the men $423 to fund the attack, the court documents said. FBI officials said he told their undercover that he was “desperate” to join ISIS in Syria.

The three men are charged with multiple terrorism charges including conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. They face life in prison.

Although officials said the plot was discovered months ago, prosecutors were not prepared to reveal the arrests until Friday, in part because federal agents wanted to be certain no others were involved.

Former FBI Supervisor JJ Klaver said terrorism investigations require a balance “between protecting the integrity of the investigation and letting the public know the vital information they need to determine whether or not they feel safe going to a particular venue.”

Sources familiar with the case said this was not a typical law enforcement sting operation, but the FBI and the NYPD became aware of the plot and introduced an undercover operative to help monitor it.

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Pulisic, Altidore lead the way for US men’s national team as they move one step closer to Russia

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Teenage star Christian Pulisic scored with a brilliant touch to complete a field-length attack just eight minutes in, then split the defense with a pass that set up Jozy Altidore for the first of the forward’s two goals and put the United States back on track for next year’s World Cup with a 4-0 rout of Panama on Friday night.

Pulisic fed Altidore for a 2-0 lead in the 19th. Altidore converted a penalty kick with a chip in the 43rd after Bobby Wood was fouled, and Wood added a goal in the 63rd.

The U.S. ended a three-match winless streak in qualifying and with 12 points and moved two points ahead of Panama into third place — the last automatic berth — in the North and Central American and Caribbean region. Honduras has nine points going into its match Saturday at Costa Rica, which is second with 15.

Goal difference means the Americans put themselves in great shape to reach an eighth straight World Cup, almost certainly with a win Tuesday at Trinidad and Tobago and likely with a draw if Honduras fails to win Saturday. The U.S. is plus-five to minus-two for Panama and minus-seven for Honduras.

The region’s fourth-place team advances to a playoff next month against Australia or Syria.

“We could have finished better on the day and scored more goals,” U.S. coach Bruce Arena said.

Playing his first international match since he turned 19 last month, Pulisic was moved to central midfield from the flanks by coach Bruce Arena and sparked the attack from the opening whistle with pace and ball control seldom seen from Americans.

After Gabriel Gomez broke free from Omar Gonzalez and shot over the crossbar, Tim Howard’s goal kick was headed forward by Bobby Wood about 10 yards past midfield.

Altidore one-timed the ball ahead to on a sprinting Pulisic, and the midfielder reached back with his left leg to flick the ball ahead. Pulisic jumped to avoid Roman Torres’ challenge and used the outside of his right foot to play the ball forward. As goalkeeper Jaime Penedo came off his line, Pulisic used the outside of his right foot again to play the ball wide and jumped over Pinedo’s outstretched arm. At the edge of the 6-yard box and just 2 yards from the endline, Pulisic reached with his right foot to slot the ball in, completing a 112-yard U.S. move. Pulisic tumbled over as the ball rolled in for his eighth goal in 19 international appearances, his fourth in the hex.

Pulisic created the second goal when he played the ball between his feet and faked Michael Murillo on the left flank Pulisic broke ahead and fed Altidore, who split the center backs and redirected the ball in from 5 yards for his first goal of the hexagonal. At that point, Pulisic had played a part in 11 of the Americans’ 14 goals in the hex.

After Wood and Altidore failed to convert good chances, Wood drew the penalty kick when he exchanged passes with Paul Arriola along a flank, broke past Felipe Baloy, spurted diagonally into the penalty area and was pushed down by Armando Cooper. As Pinedo dived to his left, Altidore chipped the ball down the center for his 41st international game.

Hacked down several times by Panamanians, Pulisic was removed in the 57th minute and walked out to a standing ovation from the sellout crowd of 25,303 at Orlando City Stadium, which opened in February,

Wood added his 10th international goal off a pass from Arriola.

Panama was trying to move into position to qualify for its first World Cup. The Panamanians were 90 seconds from advancing to a playoff against New Zealand four years ago, when Graham Zusi and Aron Johannsson scored late goals at Honduras, which dropped Panama behind Mexico and into fifth place.

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