Fried chicken and party games at Trump's first White House picnic 

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A carousel spun joyfully within sight of the Truman Balcony. Members of Congress munched on fried chicken and their children watched toy boats float in a pool... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:53 Categories: The Telegraph

One more reason to love Prince Harry: He shops for his own groceries 

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Prince Harry prefers to do his own supermarket runs, the royal redhead shared in a recent interview... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:50 Categories: Food52

Where to grab the greatest pizza in London 

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For a slice of happiness... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:49 Categories: Esquire UK

Someone has organised a massive 'McNuggets' rave on a McDonald's roof terrace 

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Nearly 2,000 people are 'attending'... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:47 Categories: Mirror

Stephen Harris: The dishes that made my restaurant the best in Britain 

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I am sitting in a hot, crowded room in The Hurlingham Club, west London, and there is an undeniable buzz in the air... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:44 Categories: The Telegraph

Dems, Republicans divided on baseball shooting motivation 

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Republicans and Democrats had different views on the causes of the shooting at a congressional baseball practice.... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:42 Categories: NBC News

Egypt ratifies deal transferring islands to Saudi Arabia 

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has ratified a maritime demarcation agreement that sees his country cede sovereignty over two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, the government said in a statement on Saturday.... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:40 Categories: Reuters

Leah Remini fights Scientology 'for people who don't have a voice' 

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The A&E docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath focused on a controversial subject. And its star isn't done yet. When Leah Remini left Scientology - a group she belonged to for 35 years - in 2013, she didn't depart quietly into the night. The star decided to go public with her story on an A&E docuseries, and as executive producer and presenter, she chronicled the fraught experiences of other former members. "We must stand for people who don't have a voice to speak for themselves," Remini says. "That's why I stayed in Scientology: I believed I was doing righteous work. Now I'm using that same tenacity, but moving it to the right side of the fight." (The Church of Scientology disputes the claims made on the series, saying Aftermath "is nothing more than a scripted, rehearsed, acted, and dramatized work of fiction.") Remini didn't always have the confidence to speak out. "I have an eighth-grade education," the 47-year-old says. "I felt apathetic about making real change in the world." Not anymore. Remini nixed her original plan to end the series last year when, she says, she saw people coming out of the shadows to share their experiences during the show's run. Season 2 will air this summer, with Crash director Paul Haggis (a former Scientologist himself) entering the fray. This, Remini says, is her way of helping. "I'm not the Department of Justice. I'm not the FBI. All I can do is present my case to people." This article was originally published on read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:45:37 Categories: Entertainment Weekly

Ronaldo preserves record with Portugal penalty against NZ 

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The Real Madrid forward helped to lead from the front once more in a Confederations Cup clash, with his 56th effort of the season netted from the spot... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:19 Categories: Sporting News

Dr Tony says 'No old boys' - but would you want any of these ten former Aston Villa men back? 

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AVFC owner reluctant to bring ex-players back to Villa Park but could any of these do a job?... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:14 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Peter Odemwingie exclusive: Former West Brom striker discusses his latest adventure 

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The striker caught up with Alex Dicken at the Belfry Golf Club ahead of the Icons of Football tournament... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:13 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Police told missing cruise ship worker 'had sex with man in front of female lover' 

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Newly-emerging papers allege three-way love tryst just before Liverpool student's disappearance... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:11 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Horrifying pictures show consequences of rubbish fire being started next to family home 

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Nathan Caulfield's kitchen appliances were left melted and warped after his window frames shattered and his home filled with smoke... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:09 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Woman living in luxury causes outrage over comments about Grenfell survivors 

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'Resentful' Kensington resident believes it would be "very unfair" if those made homeless in the deadly blaze came to live in her building... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:08 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler reveals one wish after Sergio Aguero scored THAT goal for Man City 

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Manchester City news takes a look back at one of football's most iconic moments - five years on.... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:06 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Manchester United target Ivan Perisic given hope of transfer 

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Man Utd transfer news includes a thinly-veiled dig at Ivan Perisic from his Inter Milan coach which could help Jose Mourinho.... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:04 Categories: Manchester Evening News

'I just see love', victim says of photo of wife cradling him after Westminster attack 

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This moving image showed the world what appeared to be a Good Samaritan comforting a bloodied stranger after the Westminster terror attack. But it has now been revealed that the two people pictured in the photograph are husband and wife Cara and Stephen Lockwood, from Oxfordshire. The couple featured in this week's astonishing episode of BBC series Hospital which documented the response of doctors and nurses at St Mary's in Paddington who were treating those injured in the attack. Speaking about the now-famous image during the documentary, Mr Lockwood said tearfully: "Cara is on her knees, crouched over me, telling me to be OK and it's alright. "I just see love in it really. All that chaos and hatred, all I can just see is my wife looking after me. But we're going to deal with it together." Video not available for syndication Stephen Lockwood speaks about the Westminster attack in BBC documentary hospital He added: "I feel like I'm allowed to saw we've won. We survived and we're safe." The couple had travelled to London for a day-trip to celebrate Stephen's 40th birthday when they were caught up in the attack on Westminster Bridge. They were walking across the bridge to hail a taxi as Mrs Lockwood was nervous about using the Tube because she feared a terror attack. Seconds later, she was nursing him on the ground after attacker Khalid Masood ploughed his vehicle into pedestrians on the bridge. Mr Lockwood suffered serious injuries including deep cuts to his leg, a broken tibia and a fractured fibula. He needed a four-hour operation to repair the damage and narrowly avoided having his leg amputated. He spent several days in intensive care. After the London Bridge attack on June 4, Mr Lockwood reposted the image of him and his wife on Twitter and wrote: "Just wanted to let them know we got through it and so can they."... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:03 Categories: Evening Standard

Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a time 

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The meal was part of "Breaking Bread; Breaking Barriers," a yearlong program that brings people of different backgrounds together for a meal featuring their cultural favorites, bridging differences one plate at a time.... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:30:01 Categories: Associated Press

Russian charged with 729 counts of rape against foster daughters 

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<p>A Russian man has been charged with 729 counts of rape who allegedly sexually abused his five foster daughters on a daily basis.</p>... read more
24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:16:19 Categories: The Independent

UAE threatens Qatar with 'divorce' 

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24. kesäkuuta 2017 21:16:18 Categories: The Independent
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