• Susan Boyle Attacked By Gang Of 15 Teenagers
Susan Boyle Attacked By Gang Of 15 Teenagers

Many people blame single parent families for the way some children behave, whilst others put it down to poverty and a feeling of hopelessness, however there is no two ways about it this sort of behaviour does need address, for a well aimed rock or well aimed lighted piece of paper can be a killer.

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  • North Korea 'tests rocket engine for ICBM'
North Korea 'tests rocket engine for ICBM'

North Korea's state media, which is normally quick to publicize successful missile-related developments, did not carry any reports on the engine test . It also conducted two nuclear tests a year ago as it pursues development of a long-range nuclear missile that could reach the US mainland. Meanwhile, North Korea yesterday called Mr Trump ...

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  • Brexit Talks Finally Begin, Britain Caves In to EU Agenda
Brexit Talks Finally Begin, Britain Caves In to EU Agenda

Tax experts have previously said that the outcome of the UK's general election on June 8, with the Conservative Party failing to secure a parliamentary majority, could weaken the UK's negotiating position in Brexit talks. Uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the Brexit talks, such as the possibility that Britain crashes out of the European ...

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  • Mark Wahlberg impressed by Londoners' resolve after terror attacks and tragedy
Mark Wahlberg impressed by Londoners' resolve after terror attacks and tragedy

So he may come back". This figure matches that of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales , which is a good comparison to make considering both knew to look overseas for the vast majority of their takings. The movie star loved working with Sir Anthony Hopkins on the new Transformers movie. One of the best characters this time arou...

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  • Five electrocuted at water park in Turkey
Five electrocuted at water park in Turkey

The Hurriyet news agency named the park owner and his son as Mehmet and Kadir Kaya. Personnel at the aqua park cut the electricity to the building. A sixth victim was injured and received treatment. The children were aged 12, 15 and 17, according to the private NTV television channel. Police are still on the scene investigating.

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  • North Korea has tested a heavy duty engine for ballistic missiles
North Korea has tested a heavy duty engine for ballistic missiles

According to the US official, the engine tested by the reclusive regime could be part of the smallest stage of an ICBM rocket engine. The test follows about a dozen missiles launches this year, as well as three engine tests in March. North Korea will be on top of the agenda when Chinese and American officials meeting in Washington on Wednesday...

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  • 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Review: Micheal Bay Has Hit Rock Bottom
'Transformers: The Last Knight' Review: Micheal Bay Has Hit Rock Bottom

However, it's something he's said before multiple times and with many more Transformers movie in the works , I wouldn't bet on Bay or Wahlberg never returning. If Quintessa was originally human and was the one who created the Transformers , what does that mean for human-Transformers relations? This is the fifth in the director/producer/demo...

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  • Grocery store stocks plummet on Amazon-Whole Foods deal
Grocery store stocks plummet on Amazon-Whole Foods deal

John Mackey will remain CEO of the company. Amazon already offers grocery-delivery services in five markets, but analysts say expansion is tough because its current distribution centers are set up for dry goods, not perishables. "They know that Amazon is going to be around for a long time, so you don't have to worry about them being a flash in th...

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  • Cosby's defense at sexual assault trial begins on Monday
Cosby's defense at sexual assault trial begins on Monday

In a fiery closing statement, defense attorney Brian McMonagle urged jurors to acquit Cosby , saying that Constand had changed her story after speaking with attorneys who specialize in sexual assault cases. His deposition was sealed for years until a judge released parts in 2015 at the request of The Associated Press, prompting a new set of pr...

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  • Martha the Neapolitan Mastiff wins world's ugliest dog contest
Martha the Neapolitan Mastiff wins world's ugliest dog contest

The gassy Neapolitan Mastiff was a favorite of the Northern California crowd from the start at the Friday night contest, often plopping down on her side on stage. Moe, who had lost his hearing and sight, was the oldest contestant at the Sonoma-Marin Fair, where the competition is held. Meet Martha! She's now a world champion.

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  • Auto crashes into gendarmerie van in Paris
Auto crashes into gendarmerie van in Paris

In late April, before the first round of voting in France's presidential election, there was a similar incident on the Champs-Elysees, when a man opened fire on police parked on the street, killing one and wounding two. Eighty-six people died in a truck attack on a crowd in Nice a year ago and similar incidents have occurred in other European cit...

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  • World's Ugliest Dog crowned
World's Ugliest Dog crowned

Weighing nearly 57kg, the three-year-old Neapolitan mastiff was the only dog out of 14 contestants that was too big to be carried on stage by its owner. The annual event celebrates the unique features that make some dogs "so ugly that they're actually cute". Moe, a 16-year-old Brussels Griffon-pug mix, and the oldest dog in the competition, came ...

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  • UK finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe siding
UK finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe siding

Just hours earlier, police said that manslaughter charges could be brought over the Grenfell inferno, after finding that the fire started with a faulty fridge and the building's cladding had failed safety tests. Fears about cladding are not limited to apartment buildings. "We are now rapidly identifying buildings of concern: samples are being tes...

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  • More stormy weather on the way, thanks to tropical moisture from Cindy
More stormy weather on the way, thanks to tropical moisture from Cindy

Stefkovich said after the system moves north out of Alabama, another front is expected to bring scattered showers and thunderstorms, including more heavy rain. At 4 p.m. CDT Thursday, Cindy was about 45 miles (75 kilometers) south of Shreveport. After posing a threat to the massive energy industry in and along the Gulf of Mexico earlier, by Thurs...

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  • Curry Reaffirms Stance Regarding Potential White House Visit
Curry Reaffirms Stance Regarding Potential White House Visit

It could have easily not worked had he not been willing to fit in the playing style and culture that Golden State has developed over the last few years . James teamed up with All Stars Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat to win his first championship in 2012. We were winning games but it was, just like, you know they were switch...

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  • Winner of world's ugliest dog contest
Winner of world's ugliest dog contest

Martha , with her droopy red eyes, uncontrollable drool and baggy skin, is, as one person described her, "so ugly she's lovely". The gentle giant was almost blind and rescued from the Dogwood Animal Rescue Project in Santa Rosa when she was younger.

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  • 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Launches With $5.5M in Previews
'Transformers: The Last Knight' Launches With $5.5M in Previews

The average score critics have given the film is a horrendous 3.4/10. As said in FilmJournal, the Last Knight is the first movie in the world to strap two such cameras into a 3D rig. Other humans have screen time as well, including Stanley Tucci's Merlin , John Turturro's Agent Seymour Simmons and a very amusing turn by Veep's Tony Hal...

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  • Why North Korea, US don't want all-out war
Why North Korea, US don't want all-out war

Moon has been clear in his desire for dialogue while insisting on the reclusive state's denuclearization. China is seen as North Korea's main ally and the U.S. The South Korean military has been able to develop the indigenous 800-km missile thanks to an agreement reached between Seoul and Washington in 2012 on revising a treaty in respect to Sout...

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  • Helmut Kohl, Who Oversaw Germany's Reunification, Dies At 87
Helmut Kohl, Who Oversaw Germany's Reunification, Dies At 87

Tributes also poured in from overseas, with former U.S. president George H.W. Bush hailing "one of the greatest" post-war leaders, and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker honouring him as the "very essence of Europe". Kohl persuaded Bush to accept a larger, reunified Germany, and convinced Gorbachev to withdraw troops from East Germany ....

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  • Medical Colleges: Reject Senate Health-Care Bill
Medical Colleges: Reject Senate Health-Care Bill

This reinsurance fund would give federal injections to insurers to help them cover higher-cost enrollees. Republicans , including those in the Senate who will likely vote on their health care bill next week, have justified overhauling the 2010 health care law and Medicaid in part because they say the programs are unpopular and aren't working...

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