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🚨Breaking🚨: Explosions at Ariana Grande concert😱

The sound of explosions thundered through a concert arena in Manchester, England, on Monday night just as a performance by the pop star Ariana Grande was ending.

The police reported multiple deaths and injuries as the panicky crowd of spectators, which included children, fled.

There was no immediate word from …

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Record rain for parts of eastern Australia

Heavy rain has battered parts of eastern Australia, with some areas recording their highest daily totals in the month of May for decades. The Gold Coast Seaway recorded 52mm of rain on Friday as storms rumbled across southeastern Queensland. This represents around half a May average rainfall of 107mm.

Further …

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Trump in Jerusalem to explore Palestinian-Israeli talks

US President Donald Trump has arrived in Israel where he will visit Jerusalem and Bethlehem to seek ways to restart talks between the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli government.

Trump spoke of a "rare opportunity" to bring peace to the region as he landed in Tel Aviv on Monday. His …

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Philippines' Duterte looks to strengthen ties with trip to Moscow

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte will depart on an official five-day visit to Moscow Monday, as part of an effort to realign his country's foreign policy away from longtime ally the United States.

Under Duterte, who took office in June 2016, the Philippines has made overtures toward Beijing and Moscow -- seeing …

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Turkey crowd taunts coup suspects at mass trial near Ankara

Turkey has marched dozens of coup suspects past a hostile crowd at the start of their trial near Ankara. Most of the 221 suspects are high-ranking military officers, accused of trying to oust President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last July.

Ex-air force commander Akin Ozturk was the first in a long …

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South African men march against abuse of women and children

Hundreds of protesters, most of them men, have marched in the South African capital, Pretoria, over rising levels of violence against women and children. One of the organisers, Kholofelo Masha, said men had to take collective responsibility for the increase in beatings, sex attacks and killings.

South Africa has one …

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Military 🏥Hospital in Bangkok 💣Bombed💥, 25 Wounded

A bomb exploded at a military-run hospital in Bangkok today, the third anniversary of a military coup, and police said 25 people were wounded.

Investigators found remnants of batteries and wires at the scene of the blast on the ground floor of Phramongkutklao Hospital, said Srivara Ransibrahmanakul, the deputy national …

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Kilian Jornet scales Mt Everest in alpine style for speed record

Spanish climber Kilian Jornet scaled the world’s highest peak from Tibetan side in a single attempt without the help of bottled oxygen or fixed ropes.

The famed alpinist, who already set the speed record for ascending the Mt Kilimanjaro, Mt Aconcagua, Mt Denali, Matterhorn and Mt Mont Blanc, successfully …

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A radical alternative to burial and cremation

For decades, most people arranging a funeral have faced a simple choice - burial or cremation? But in parts of the US and Canada a third option is now available - dissolving bodies in an alkaline solution. It will arrive in the UK soon. Its technical name is alkaline hydrolysis, but it …

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This Sea Lion Dragged a Girl Into the Sea

In a widely-shared video shot near a dock in British Columbia, Canada and published on Saturday, a sea lion can be seen leaping out of the water and pulling a small girl into the harbor by her dress.

At one point, the large mammal can be seen propelling itself out …

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Billboard Music Awards🏆 - Winners List 🎧

Drake was the man of the night at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards held at the T-Mobile Arena on May 21 in Las Vegas. The rapper won a total of 13 awards, breaking Adele's record (12) of artist with the most wins in a year.

Celine Dion & Cher gave outstanding …

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