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Burundi orders unmarried couples to wed 

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The government order comes after President Pierre Nkurunziza launched a campaign "to moralise society".... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:40 AM Categories: BBC News logo

Man, 44, arrested in Manchester bombing inquiry 

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MANCHESTER, England (AP) - The Latest on the concert bombing in England (all times local): 9:00 p.m. British police say a 44-year-old man has been arrested in Manchester in connection with the suicide bombing at an arena in the city that killed 22 people. Greater Manchester Police said the man was detained Friday night in Rusholme, an inner city area of Manchester, "on suspicion of offenses contrary to the terrorism act." A police statement didn't ...... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:38 AM Categories: Associated Press logo

Frommer's is giving away free vacations to military families 

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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Frommer's Guides, the travel company is giving away vacations to six military families with some help from HomeAway. Although the giveaway may seem a bit unexpected, Frommer's Guides was actually born out of the military. "... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:37 AM Categories: Travel + Leisure logo

Is this the greatest 911 Porsche has ever built? 

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Porsche has worked hard to make a 911 for basically anyone who could conceivably want one. There are dozens of different variants on the 911 theme, each providing a similar yet different driving experience.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:35 AM Categories: The Drive logo

Minnesota official suspended in sex harassment case 

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A University of Minnesota athletics administrator accused of sexual harassment will be suspended without pay for two weeks and demoted to resolve the latest black eye for the department.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:33 AM Categories: Associated Press logo

Warriors' Green: Finals rematch 'will be talked about long after us' 

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Draymond Green knows he's in the middle of something special. On Friday, he noted how special it was to be a part of something that "will be talked about long after us." ... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:31 AM Categories: Sportsnaut logo

Brady still really loves playing QB for Patriots 

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Tom Brady got to work with a smile on his face on Thursday.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:33:30 AM Categories: Patriots Wire logo

This is why Prince Harry hasn't proposed to Meghan Markle yet 

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No pressure... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:20 AM Categories: Harper's Bazaar logo

'Victims will be in my heart for the rest of my life' 

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22 people were killed and more than 100 injured in suicide bomb attack in Manchester... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:19 AM Categories: Mirror logo

Why Gable put his date on the balcony 

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Gable Tostee has spoken about the night his Tinder date Warriena Wright plunged to her death from the 14th floor of his apartment balcony in 2014.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:17 AM Categories: Australian Women's Weekly logo

Take That pay tribute to victims of Manchester bombing at ECHO arena 

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The band postponed their gig at the ECHO Arena following bombing at Ariana Grande gig... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:16 AM Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Who pushed Ken Barlow? The attacker is finally revealed on Coronation Street 

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After a tense whodunnit viewers found out who put Ken in hospital on Corrie... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:14 AM Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Manchester bombing: Hundreds queue for city's symbolic bee tattoo to raise money for victims 

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Hundreds of Mancunians queued to get the city's symbolic work bee tattooed in the wake of the terror attack that rocked the city. By having the design tattooed, people have raised thousands of pounds for the Manchester Tattoo Appeal for which all proceeds go to those impacted by Monday's atrocity. Among those who opted for the distinctive tattoo is the mother of 15-year-old Olivia Campbell, one of the victims. More than £17,000 has been raised so far, and tattoo artists at Rapture Tattoo in said the "overwhelming" demand means they do not have the staff to ink everyone Steve Bramhall, of Rapture Tattoo, said: "We've had an overwhelming demand, so much so that we basically don't have enough space for everyone." Holier Than Thou say they have had 800ppl turn up for a bee tattoo (£50 donation). Takes 30min to do, artist @MitchPleasance in for busy day - Tom Airey (@tom_airey) May 26, 2017... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:13 AM Categories: Evening Standard logo

Corbyn declines to back Trident but says he 'respects' Labour's commitment to nuclear deterrent 

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Britain's nuclear weapons will form part of the defence review Labour has promised if it wins power in the June 8 General Election, Jeremy Corbyn has said. The Labour leader declined seven times in a BBC interview with Andrew Neil to say he personally supported the renewal of the UK's Trident nuclear deterrent, replying only that it was party policy. In the half-hour grilling, Mr Corbyn also defended a speech earlier on Friday in which he linked Britain's involvement in military engagements in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria with terrorism in the UK. And promised to be a "committed" member of Nato as prime minister and said he would not talk to the Islamic State terror group. Mr Corbyn last year voted against the renewal of Trident, despite Labour's official policy to maintain the weapon system. Asked repeatedly whether he supported keeping the nuclear deterrent, he said: "I voted against the renewal. Everybody knows that because I wanted to go in a different direction. That is the decision that's been taken; I respect that decision going ahead. "We're going ahead with the programme which has been agreed by Parliament and voted on by the Labour Party." Andrew Neil interviewed Jeremy Corbyn on BBC One (BBC) But he suggested the role of nuclear weapons would be up for consideration in a strategic defence review planned if Labour wins office. "It will look at the role of nuclear weapons as it will look at everything," he said. "It will look at the totality, as every other government assuming office has had a Strategic Defence Review. There are many senior people in our armed forces who also want us to focus as well on issues that I've mentioned of cyber security and terrorism." Mr Corbyn's comments fall well short of shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry's suggestion that the review might reopen the issue of whether to renew the deterrent, which earned her a slapdown from shadow defence secretary and Trident supporter Nia Griffith. But they are likely to be seized upon by his opponents as a further sign of a lack of personal commitment to the nuclear deterrent, especially as the Labour leader stressed his support for "a nuclear-free world through multilateral disarmament through the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty". In a speech hours before the interview, Mr Corbyn promised to be "strong against terrorism and strong against the causes of terrorism" after the Manchester attack. He linked the threat of terrorism with the UK's military interventions abroad and said: "We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror is simply not working. We need a smarter way to reduce the threat from countries that nurture terrorists and generate terrorism." Prime Minister Theresa May accused the Labour leader of making excuses for terrorism, while Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said it was "monstrous" to make this argument just days after the Manchester suicide bomb. But Mr Corbyn said his position was shared by former MI5 chiefs and a senior cross-party parliamentary committee, and had been backed by Mr Johnson himself in 2005. He insisted he would not talk to the Islamic State terror group, but said the group's financial support systems should be "robustly chased and followed" and diplomatic routes should be pursued to establish good governance in lawless areas like Libya. "The attack on Manchester was shocking, appalling, indefensible, wrong in every possible way," Mr Corbyn told Mr Neil. "The parallel I was drawing this morning was that a number of people ever since the interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq have drawn attention to the links with foreign policy, including Boris Johnson in 2005, two former heads of MI5, and of course the Foreign Affairs Select Committee. And the point I was making was we have to make our streets secure. We have to make our population secure." Read more Corbyn suggests British foreign policy is to blame for terror attacks Mr Corbyn said: "Manchester was a consequence of one person going into a music event and killing a very large number of people. There can be no defence whatsoever of that." But he added that the consequence of UK intervention in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya was the creation of "large numbers of ungoverned spaces" where "desperate" people were the prey of a perverted form of Islam. "I think it would be unwise of any government to ignore that," he said. "Shouldn't we look at where the sources are coming from of those attacks? Surely any sensible person would want to do that." Mr Corbyn insisted that, as prime minister, he would be a "committed" member of Nato, which he recently referred to as a "Frankenstein" which was a danger to world peace. "I want to work within Nato to achieve stability," he said. "I want to work within Nato to promote a human rights democracy and under a Labour government that's exactly what we'd be doing. "I will be a committed member of that alliance in order to promote peace, justice, human rights and democracy. And I believe that we can make a positive contribution on that."... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:11 AM Categories: Evening Standard logo

Jay Z's streaming service loses another CEO 

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Jay Z's music streaming service Tidal has confirmed the departure of Jeffrey Toig, its third chief executive in two years.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:09 AM Categories: Billboard logo

Jason Aldean Gets Special Exhibit At Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum 

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'To look around the space and see my personal heroes and artists who helped shape country music is a surreal feeling. To be a part of a legacy like this really is a dream come true,' he says.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:07 AM Categories: Forbes logo

Brad Pitt, Pharrell among mourners at Chris Cornell memorial 

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Brad Pitt and Pharrell joined mourners Friday at Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell's memorial service at a storied Hollywood cemetery. Soundgarden music played from a portable speaker outside the cemetery's gates as a group of about a dozen fans gathered outside. Chauffeured cars and sport utility vehicles arrived carrying mourners, including Cornell's widow and his two youngest children, for a private service on the Fairbanks ...... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:06 AM Categories: Associated Press logo

Ariana Grande vows to return to Manchester 

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Just four days after a deadly bombing following her concert in Manchester, England, Ariana Grande took to Twitter to share a lengthy letter, reassuring fans that she'll return.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:04 AM Categories: Billboard logo

Pattinson gets six-minute standing ovation at Cannes 

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Cheers for the film ignited as soon as the Safdie brothers and their star arrived to the film's premiere.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:02 AM Categories: The Hollywood Reporter logo

Russia Testing Dust Samples for Alien Microorganisms 

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Russia is testing dust samples from the International Space Station, believing they contain extra-terrestrial lifeforms.... read more
Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:20:01 AM Categories: Newsweek logo
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