• Taylor Swift embraces streaming, brings full catalog to Spotify and more
Taylor Swift embraces streaming, brings full catalog to Spotify and more

On Roulette , the most classic Perry song on the album with an infectious dance-pop beat, the more mature Perry describes her new taste for romantic danger - "Take the safety off for a minute". She told the new issue of NME magazine: "I can't speak for [Max], but he didn't know [who " Bad Blood " was about]. But I'm still a boss", she declares.

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  • Alleged leaker's parents fear Trump will be tough on case
Alleged leaker's parents fear Trump will be tough on case

Victor remained locked up Tuesda. "She will do whatever you tell her to do if you grant her bond", her stepfather, Gary Winner, told the judge. FILE - In this June 6, 2013 file photo, the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md.

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  • GE17: Polling stations open across Thurrock
GE17: Polling stations open across Thurrock

Remarkably, police were called to polling stations after a woman lent another voter her pen . There is no legal reason why you can't take a picture of yourself or your pet inside the polling station , however it is recommended that you wait until you are outside to avoid breaking other laws.

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  • Qatar ambassador 'surprised' by Trump's tweets
Qatar ambassador 'surprised' by Trump's tweets

As the Gulf crisis deepened with four major Arab nations closing sea, air and land links with Qatar , India is beginning to worry about its over 6,30,000 nationals living in that country. Credit rating agency S&P cut its long-term rating of Qatar one notch from AA to AA- late on Wednesday and implied that further downgrades were likely.

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  • Police briefly close London's Trafalgar square over 'suspicious item'
Police briefly close London's Trafalgar square over 'suspicious item'

The package was found on Duncannon Street, next to St Martin-in-the-Fields. A Metropolitan Police spokesman told Breitbart London that "specialist officers" were deployed to deal with a "suspicious item", and that a cordon had been established.

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  • Khamenei, Rouhani condemn Tehran terror attacks
Khamenei, Rouhani condemn Tehran terror attacks

Egypt has condemned Islamic State-claimed attacks on Iran's parliament and a shrine to its revolutionary leader in the "strongest terms". Iran supports both countries in their fight against IS. It identified the men only by their first names, saying they didn't want to release their last names due to security and privacy concerns for their families...

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  • President Trump: Kushner is doing a 'great job' for the country
President Trump: Kushner is doing a 'great job' for the country

And now he's playing the fake news card with perhaps the most damaging scandal of them all: Russian Federation and its alleged links to his campaign. "You know, there are many, many nuances of immigration policy that can be life or death for many innocent, vulnerable people around the world", Rep.

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  • Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in 'friendly fire'
Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in 'friendly fire'

The clashes erupted on Tuesday last week when gunmen waving black flags of the Islamic State (IS) group rampaged through the mostly Muslim-populated city in response to a military raid on the hideout of Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon , who has a US$5-million price on his head offered by the USA government.

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  • Palestinians welcome Trump's decision not to move embassy to Jerusalem
Palestinians welcome Trump's decision not to move embassy to Jerusalem

But the decision is being denounced in Israel , where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says the move has damaged prospects for peace. US President Donald Trump officially signed an order of not moving the American Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , advisors said Thursday .

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  • Andy Murray in French Open quarters
Andy Murray in French Open quarters

The 21-year-old looks set to be a star of the future but Murray proved too wily for him, with a couple of dropped service games the only blips in an otherwise excellent performance. Andy Murray , last year's runner-up, is also on Chatrier. “It is something which has affected large parts of Europe and all over the world. "I appreciate everyone s...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn rules out deal with SNP in hung parliament
Jeremy Corbyn rules out deal with SNP in hung parliament

The SNP wants the highest earners in the United Kingdom to pay a 50% rate on income over £150,000, up from the current 45%. Sturgeon's party is the dominant party representing Scotland in the British parliament , with 54 of 59 seats.

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  • Paris: Cop attacked, Notre Dame area cordoned off
Paris: Cop attacked, Notre Dame area cordoned off

The attacker was shot by police and has been taken to hospital. Tourists visiting the historic cathedral tweeted they were shut inside the building immediately after the incident. She said that police had sectioned off an area around the cathedral and down the street. ISIS has called for its followers to carry out attacks during the Muslim ho...

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  • Kazakhstan condoles Rouhani on Tehran terror attacks
Kazakhstan condoles Rouhani on Tehran terror attacks

It identified them only by their first names, saying they didn't want to release their last names due to security and privacy concerns for their families. "We grieve and pray for the innocent victims of the". The comments sparked anger from Iranians on social media, who recalled the vigils in Tehran that followed the September 11 attacks.

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  • Ex-FBI chief Comey says Trump pressured him on Russian Federation probe
Ex-FBI chief Comey says Trump pressured him on Russian Federation probe

On Wednesday , former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey released the opening statement he will read while testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Bush . Any such step would face a steep hurdle, however, as it would require approval by the US House of Representatives, which is controlled by Trump's...

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  • Qatar says ready for mediation to ease Gulf rift
Qatar says ready for mediation to ease Gulf rift

The Sun newspaper said Qatar faces a fierce battle and the World Cup, which it "seized", may lose the honor of its organization, in light of the possibility of strong intervention from the United States. The dispute has sparked the worst diplomatic crisis in the Arab world in years and raised fears it will cause further instability in an already-...

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  • What UK election result could mean for Brexit
What UK election result could mean for Brexit

May called the vote in April, when opinion poll ratings for her and her centre-right Conservative party were sky high, presenting herself as the strong leader to take Britain into Brexit talks. "They're more experienced - Jeremy Corbyn can't be trusted on security", said Talib Hussain, 46, a postmaster from Bradford in the northwest of Englan...

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  • Afghan president says last week's Kabul bombing killed more than 150 people
Afghan president says last week's Kabul bombing killed more than 150 people

No group has so far claimed the attack, with the Taleban - the biggest insurgent group in Afghanistan - denying any involvement. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani officially opened the Kabul Process meeting on Tuesday and said Afghanistan was on the frontline of terrorism in the world.

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  • Donald Trump urges Supreme Court to reinstate travel ban
Donald Trump urges Supreme Court to reinstate travel ban

The justices have the discretion to wait indefinitely to decide the broader merits of the case, but will issue an order in the meantime on whether the ban can be temporarily enforced.The federal government asked the high court to allow the order to go into effect now, and proposed oral arguments be held in October.

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  • Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

In 2011, he was extradited back to Panama and imprisoned for crimes committed during his rule. Although he was never elected to office, Noriega became the de facto leader of Panama, serving six-year tenure as military governor in the 1980s while enjoying maximum support from the U.S.

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  • Brazilian president faces illegal funding probe
Brazilian president faces illegal funding probe

Temer, who was the running mate of leftist President Dilma Rousseff and replaced her when she was impeached past year, has said his campaign accounts received no illegal money. At most, it was expected to put the blame for use of dirty campaign money exclusively on Rousseff. However the eruption of the hush money allegations against Temer have ...

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