• Ariana Grande announces she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert
Ariana Grande announces she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert

Authorities in the United Kingdom believe Salman Abedi , the suicide bomber who killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , likely had the help of a terror network and are hunting for clues to this. "We won't let hate win". She called Manchester an "incredibly brave" city and praised the people's response to the bombing...

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  • MTV will livestream Sunday's Manchester benefit concert
MTV will livestream Sunday's Manchester benefit concert

Ariana Grande returns to Manchester Sunday, less than two weeks after a terrorist attack outside her concert killed 22 people. Grande paid a surprise visit on Saturday to young fans who were injured in the attack, posing with them for selfies and signing t-shirts.

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  • Simon Cowell 'rooting' for Missing People Choir in live BGT semi-final
Simon Cowell 'rooting' for Missing People Choir in live BGT semi-final

The Harry Potter superfan achieved second place in the talent show, losing out on the grand prize to musician Tokio Myers , who performed a dramatic remix of Rag'n'Bone Man's "Human". Is there going to be a wildcard act? "That was very naughty", Simon said. I'm glad you didn't put them in. David Walliams" golden buzzer act made it through a...

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  • UEFA Champions League final live, Juventus vs Real Madrid, live football score
UEFA Champions League final live, Juventus vs Real Madrid, live football score

Substitute Marco Asensio scored the fourth goal for Real in added time, as ten-man Juventus chased two goals in a bid to equalise. Real Madrid knocked out city rivals Atletico with a 4-2 aggregate win and are looking to defend the title they won a year ago.

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  • Single-payer health care bill passes California Senate
Single-payer health care bill passes California Senate

A big question that remains is how the state would pay for such a program. That might mean the government pays this money to doctors, hospitals, and other parts of the health sector directly or creates a subsidiary outfit which does so, similar to the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom.

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  • UK Conservatives Set to Lose Seats in General Election
UK Conservatives Set to Lose Seats in General Election

Ms May praised her performance when she stood in for the prime minister at a televised election debate on Wednesday featuring all Britain's main party leaders after Ms May herself declined to attend. "The risk of May not having an overall majority has increased significantly based on our data". Mrs May has refused to debate Mr Corbyn directly...

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  • Police dealing with an 'incident' on London Bridge
Police dealing with an 'incident' on London Bridge

It was unclear whether any of the attackers was on the run. Many unconfirmed reports have flooded social media and very little is known for certain. Fabio Lamas was working at the Wheatsheaf Pub in Borough Market when he said he heard someone shout "knives, knives, knives" and he saw three people holding knives who appeared to be wearing body arm...

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  • London terror attacks: multiple casualties at London Bridge and Borough Market
London terror attacks: multiple casualties at London Bridge and Borough Market

The BBC reports police are searching for three potentially armed suspects. Reported explosions around the London Bridge area were confirmed as controlled and monitored by the police. Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a security meeting on Sunday. Three hospitals in the area - Guy's, St Thomas' and Evelina London Children's hospital - ...

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  • Win it for me, Pirlo tells Juve
Win it for me, Pirlo tells Juve

Juventus , from Turin, Italy, has not lost during the 2016-17 Champions League season, and a win would give the side a third European Championship. Gareth Bale saluted Real Madrid's historic Champions League final victory over Juventus as the Spanish giants became the first side to retain the trophy for 27 years.

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  • Tube stations shut after London Bridge incident
Tube stations shut after London Bridge incident

In response to the London attacks, the State Department issued a statement condemning them as "cowardly". Holly Jones, a BBC reporter who was on the bridge at the time , said five people were being treated for injuries. Similar attacks, in Berlin, Nice, Brussels and Paris, have been carried out by militants over the past couple of years....

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  • France knocked out of America's Cup sailing by dominant New Zealand
France knocked out of America's Cup sailing by dominant New Zealand

Not only did Emirates Team New Zealand manage to become the first team to complete an entire race on their foils, but in claiming a second victory of the day, they moved on to eight points in the standings which sees them move above Oracle Team USA at the top of the standings for the first time.

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  • Kim Kardashian Gets Grilled On Taylor Swift & Kendall's Pepsi Ad
Kim Kardashian Gets Grilled On Taylor Swift & Kendall's Pepsi Ad

The reality star opened up on what really sparked the split between her and her former stylist, Monica Rose . And despite the drama it caused, a source close to Kim told ET previous year that she had no regrets over the leak. Tell your story, but just don't bash other people I just think it's not tasteful. The reality star added that she w...

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  • UK Conservatives pledge no tax hike for top earners as vote nears
UK Conservatives pledge no tax hike for top earners as vote nears

Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron said: " Theresa May showed contempt for the British people by refusing to debate other party leaders". But Mrs May insisted she was not ducking a debate, saying she preferred to take questions direct from voters.

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  • Thousands Lie About Being At Manchester Attack For Free Grande Tickets
Thousands Lie About Being At Manchester Attack For Free Grande Tickets

ET, and ABC will air a one-hour highlight special following the National Basketball Association finals. The proceeds from the " One Love Manchester " show will go to an emergency fund set up by the Red Cross and the city of Manchester to support the victims and their families.

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  • Ariana Grande releases full statement on Manchester terror attack
Ariana Grande releases full statement on Manchester terror attack

Another man is arrested in the Manchester area, police said without giving further details. University dropout Abedi, 22, grew up in a Libyan family that reportedly fled to Manchester to escape the now-fallen regime of Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi.

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  • Eminem credited with new word added to Oxford Dictionary
Eminem credited with new word added to Oxford Dictionary

The memorable track featured Dido and chronicled the fictional tale of an overzealous fan whose creepy obsession with Slim Shady leads to a fatal end for the fan and his pregnant girlfriend. A nostalgic poster with hand-scribbled notes that give Jim Carrey some serious props is also for sale. He didn't know that all along, the director has been...

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  • As US retreats, European Union and China seek climate leadership at summit
As US retreats, European Union and China seek climate leadership at summit

The EU-China summit follows a tense global tour by US President Donald Trump in which he spurned pleas by his European counterparts to adhere to the deal. At the G7 summit of wealthy nations this weekend, European and Canadian officials warned Trump that the US risked ceding global leadership on combating climate change to China if it withdrew fr...

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  • UK bomber said to have pleaded 'Forgive me' before blast
UK bomber said to have pleaded 'Forgive me' before blast

Shortly after, the New York Times published some forensic photographs taken by British officers, including a photo of part of a blue rucksack. Some reports suggest that Abedi's younger brother - Hashem told Libyan authorities that he was an ISIS member, after they had arrested him.

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  • European Union and China backing Paris climate pact after Trump withdrawal
European Union and China backing Paris climate pact after Trump withdrawal

Mr Trump said he would try to renegotiate a new, "fairer" climate deal. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate-change agreement is disappointing, but the world is marching inexorably towards a greener future with or without the United States, says Canada's environment minister.

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  • 44-year-old man arrested in Manchester bombing inquiry
44-year-old man arrested in Manchester bombing inquiry

The British government has expressed its anger at the release in United States media of details from the investigation into Monday's concert attack, including photographs of parts of the bomb which left 22 people dead, including children. Two other people were taken into custody and then released. "The issue is being raised at every relevant leve...

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