• Noel Gallagher pays tribute to Caroline Aherne at American gig
Noel Gallagher pays tribute to Caroline Aherne at American gig

The actor also admitted that she "never once complained" since being diagnosed with lung cancer, after previously battling bladder and eye cancer. Her comedy wasn't intellectual but it was clever, and intuitive. "Her extraordinary work will be cherished by future generations". 'A true professional and one of the most generous people I ever work...

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  • Australian PM brushes off calls to quit
Australian PM brushes off calls to quit

Australia's current government consists of a coalition of the center-right Liberal Party , led by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and its minor partner, the National Party of Australia. "The count is continuing and we remain confident that we will secure enough seats to have a majority in the parliament but all the votes have been cast, that's ...

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  • Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

The brothers place an ad on Craigslist, which goes viral and they wind up on "The Wendy Williams Show", which is seen by unemployed besties and roommates Alice (Anna Kendrick) and Tatiana (Aubrey Plaza). "I did a lot of plays at the Wilmington Drama League in DE, and there was this gay community there that really welcomed me". The lads took great...

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  • Philando Castile's Fiancée Says Dallas Shooting Is Bigger Than Us
Philando Castile's Fiancée Says Dallas Shooting Is Bigger Than Us

His girlfriend broadcast the minutes after the shooting on Facebook. Not only have officials declared Castile's death to be a homicide, but they have also identified the officer responsible for the shooting. Much remained unknown about the events leading up to the shooting, about Yanez's background, and about whether the Justice Department would ...

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  • United States urges N Korea to avoid sparking tensions
United States urges N Korea to avoid sparking tensions

The Obama administration on Wednesday slapped sanctions on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and 10 other regime officials for their alleged complicity in human rights abuses against the North Korean people. Pyongyang conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and a missile test, disguised as a satellite launch, in the following month. That shows t...

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  • Police deploy pepper spray in Phoenix protest of shootings
Police deploy pepper spray in Phoenix protest of shootings

Paul, Minnesota, at the hands of police and the deadly sniper attack on police officers in Dallas. Arizona law enforcement agencies are expressing condolences to the Dallas Police Department after officers were shot and killed during a protest Thursday night.

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  • Nigel Farage steps down as leader of UKIP
Nigel Farage steps down as leader of UKIP

He said they had done their bit to push the Leave campaign to victory in last month's European Union referendum. Mr Farage has declined to endorse a successor but says he expects his replacement will be in place for the party's autumn conference.

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"Sultan" a "huge blockbuster" and a "terrific" film : say Bollywood celebrities

Dhoom 3 (2013) made an opening with Rs 36.22 crore while PK (2015) earned Rs 26.63 crore on day one. "Another filmmaker Kabir Khan, who has worked with Salman Khan in producing hit films, posted: " #Sultan delivers a solid punch. The movie will surely witness a big grossing weekend. " Box office history is waiting to be rewritten", he said. S...

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  • Obama on police shootings: 'We're better than this'
Obama on police shootings: 'We're better than this'

Obama noted that police officers had a tough job, but that to be "concerned" about these issues is "not to be against law enforcement". "The FBI is already in touch with the Dallas police and anyone involved in these senseless murders will be held fully accountable.

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  • Calvin Harris to release a song implying that Taylor Swift cheated
Calvin Harris to release a song implying that Taylor Swift cheated

In attendance were the usual faces (models Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid), plus some new ones (Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds ). Calvin Harris is refusing to stay silent about his breakup with Taylor Swift . They also headed to Rome , where they kissed and held hands as they toured the Colosseum. Earlier in their action...

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  • Tour de France: Sagan finishes in third and retains leader's jersey
Tour de France: Sagan finishes in third and retains leader's jersey

He was almost pipped on the line by the fast finishing Coquard, with a photo-finish required for the second consecutive day, which ultimately confirmed Kittel as the stage victor in a time of 5hr, 28min and 30sec. Cavendish missed out on setting a career record of 29 stage wins as he came in eighth place. "When so much is at stake - a stage win ...

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  • Union workers reject Canada Post 'poison pill'
Union workers reject Canada Post 'poison pill'

Negotiations between Canada Post and it's Union are at a stand still after the said no to binding arbitration on Thursday. The union has offered to drop an unfair labour practices complaint filed against Canada Post if management agrees to the union's proposal, calling the gesture a sign of good faith.

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  • The Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Life of Pets

After all the film had a flick on box office by collecting approx. If I have any actual complaints it's the inexplicable inclusion of minions both as the subject of the preceding short film and having a couple cameos throughout, but overall it was a fun movie that could be enjoyed by viewers of any age.

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  • France are favourites, but we will be champions: Ronaldo
France are favourites, but we will be champions: Ronaldo

I congratulated them on their fantastic run", added Ronaldo. "They are wonderful scenes and we'll never forget", said talismanic forward Gareth Bale. "I've always dreamt of winning something for Portugal and now it's just one step away. Dreaming is free so let's keep dreaming". And after landing the Champions League on penalties with Madrid i...

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  • Dallas sniper attack: 5 officers killed during protests against police
Dallas sniper attack: 5 officers killed during protests against police

Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. News is continuing to pour in about Micah Xavier Johnson, the man who shot and killed police officers in Dallas on July 7. Police said they searched his home Friday afternoon and found bomb-making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition and a personal journal of combat tactics.

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  • Prosecutor undecided on grand jury for Castile shooting, urges patience
Prosecutor undecided on grand jury for Castile shooting, urges patience

Paul to support family and friends grieving a black man fatally shot by police during a routine traffic stop. Fifth Harmony's Normani Hamilton opened up yesterday (July 7) on Twitter on police brutality and the #BlackLivesMatter movement in a lengthy post after the murders of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling.

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  • Schweinsteiger praise for Germany fans
Schweinsteiger praise for Germany fans

Griezmann's six goals at a single European Championship is bettered only by countryman Michel Platini's nine-goal haul at Euro 1984, while the 25-year-old has now scored as many goals for France at the Euros as Thierry Henry (six). It then had to cope with losing key defender Boateng, who picked up an ankle injury after an hour. Griezmann, the tour...

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  • Adele's 25 is number one again after Glastonbury Festival performance
Adele's 25 is number one again after Glastonbury Festival performance

After an uninterrupted string of songs, she came back with some more expletive-laden acknowledgements of the crowd. The flame-haired singer took to the stage at the festival in an emerald green sequinned suit, and opened her set with her hit Don't Be So Hard On Yourself.

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  • Dallas gunman named as Michah Johnson
Dallas gunman named as Michah Johnson

It was a drastically different tone for a protest against police brutality, with the massacre in Dallas still fresh in people's minds. But what is also certain is that there is no justice in the wanton slaughter of five innocent police officers in Texas, just blocks from the site where President John F.

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  • Tarzan, BFG dwarfed by Dory in US
Tarzan, BFG dwarfed by Dory in US

Granted, there's some comfort in the fact that overall ticket sales were up over past year, so it appears more people are going to the movies despite a wealth of other options for summer entertainment. And what are you looking forward to in the future? Even more than the stellar success of Finding Dory , which isn't exactly a big surprise, the...

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