Mashable
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Pope Francis is not here for your Instagram likes. The Pope was recently photographed with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was just born for the camera. But instead of smiling, the Pope decided he would put on his best "I'd rather be reading encyclicals" face. SEE ALSO: Pope Francis met President Trump and looked insanely psyched about it We all thought the Pope was just really sad about meeting President Trump. But not even Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, could win the angsty Pope's heart. It's not them, it's him. Image: vatican pool/Getty Images It's entirely possible that Francis just doesn't like to smile for these shots. Or he doesn't like world leaders. Call him the "INFJ" Pope. Read more... More about Watercooler , Pope Francis , Justin Trudeau , Watercooler , and Politics
The Event Chronicle
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By Jonathan Carty Some of you may have heard of the new documentary series on Netflix titled ‘The Keepers’ that was debuted recently. It is about a government-connected pedophile ring that involved the Catholic church and the murder of a woman who was about to come forward to the police with the information of the abuse being committed against the teenage and even younger students. It is incredibly disturbing but congruent with everything we have been hearing about in regards to leaks from various whistle-blowers and e-mails which I have included below. I had an instant hit when I heard the testimony in the docu-series about a man namedSkippy’ who was involved in Cathy’s murder and lover to one of the men who killed her. I immediately recalled Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta’s leaked e-mails which came out through Wikileaks.
Phys.Org
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The Economic Times
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The company did not respond to an ET questionnaire till the time of going to press. Suresh Raina, managing partner, Hunt Partners, said, "Given where the organisation is today, there is a greater chance that it will be a person who is not too far removed from the Indian hospitality space." Sarna was appointed IHCL MD and CEO by ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry in September 2014. "There were many challenges with respect to profitability, strategic decisions and the brand architecture when he (Sarna) was appointed. Many of those things have been fixed but there are still many areas yet to be taken care of. I think the search has been on," said Raina. IHCL had been showing signs of a turnaround but the CEO’s tenure was marred by a sexual harassment complaint levelled by a former woman employee in 2015, in which he was recently cleared by an independent panel.
BBC News 24
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recently outsourcing IT jobs to India. That issue would have been resolved in minutes if he still had those employees and the system would have been up and running. When I put it to the chief executive he flatly deny that outsourcing had made any difference. Totally unconnected with all of those redundancies and the outsourcing of the.
Natural Blaze
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OK!
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EastEnders: Shirley Carter accuses Whitney of worming her way into the family [BBC] Only recently on EastEnders, Whitneyplayed by Shona McGarty – has been slowly spiralling out of control after her husband Lee Carter left her and filed for a divorce. Since the traumatic ordeal, the feisty character has been trying to help out the Carter family and their Queen Vic pub after her mother-in-law Linda Carter left to tend to her mum, Elaine, after she ...
Bleacher Report
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As things stand, it's tough to see the Scot going quite so far. That's because Murray has been out of sorts in the buildup to this one. The Briton has failed to progress to a final in any tournament on clay this season and was beaten in the first round of the Italian Open recently by Fabio Fognini. The draw has done him no favours, either. As we can see courtesy of Stuart Fraser of The Times , there are potentially some tough matches on the cards for Murray: It would be dangerous to look far ahead, though, as Kuznetsov has shown plenty of promise in the run-up to Roland Garros. The Russian made it to the semi-finals of the Geneva Open recently, where he was eventually edged out by Stanislas Wawrinka. At that tournament, Kuznetsov also beat Albert Ramos Vinolas, who is a very handy player on clay. As noted by the ATP Media Info Twitter feed, with a bit more ruthlessness, his match with Wawrinka could have been totally different, too: Based on his recent form, it would be no surprise to see Murray start tentatively here, and as a result, Kuznetsov will get a set on the board.
The Economic Times
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Modi's remarks assume significance as they come in the wake of a spate of terror attacks that have struck European countries like Germany, France, the UK and Sweden recently.
The Event Chronicle
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Amazing enough, Donald Trump recently told the National Governors Association exactly this, even if neither he nor they understood what he was saying. “We never win. And we dont fight to win,” Trump declared. “$6 trillion we’ve spent in the Middle East … and we’re nowhere.” But obviously Trump himself is somewhere: He’s in the White House. And lots of that $6 trillion is somewhere too, in the bank accounts of defense contractors. So if you understand who the real “we” are, we in fact have won the war on terror and are still winning. U.S. politics have been shoved hard to the right, making Trump possible, and since 2001 the value of Lockheed Martin stock has sextupled. The real we likewise have no interest in “fighting to win” in the sense Trump means — because that would require raising taxes on billionaires and drafting their children out of Stanford and Yale to go die in the sand, something that would quickly lead to the defeat of any president who tried it.
Derby Telegraph
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Neighbours have described a very private woman who wore a full-face veil and stayed indoors all the time recently moving into a Derby house which is now at the centre of a murder probe.Police said they arrested a 35-year-old man called Atual Mustafa after they were called to a domestic-related incident at 9.50pm on Saturday night at a house in Normanton.Officers revealed they arrested the man after discovering a woman's body at the house in Pear...
Radar Online
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Jennifer Lawrence owes a lot to her Hunger Games fans, and just like Katniss, she likes to give back. So when she was approached recently by two young sisters in London’s Heathrow airport, where she was filming scenes for her spy thriller Red Sparrow, she didnt hesitate to make their day. A source says the down-to-earth star chatted with the girls at length during a break in filming, signing autographs and sharing their excitement about jetting off on vacation. After taking their parents aside and getting their thumbs-up, she even gave the girls a little spending money for an ice cream. “Jennifer was so warm ,” says the source. “And it was fun to watch her snap back into character when cameras rolled again, all stern and serious.” Stern J.Law? Now that’s an act!
Voice Of America
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OK!
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Chris Clark and Amber Dowding recently reunited [OK! Magazine] And now the Essex pair, who broke up back in October, have spoken out for the first time about their recent reunion – and it seems they’re happier than ever in their relationship. Both Chris and Amber saw other people during their time apart – with Chris even dating Little Mix star Jesy Nelson for a short period earlier in the year. But now, it seems the TOWIE duo are ready to make things work for good – with Jon ...
Channel 4
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a vital role in ensuring that non-democratic forces will be on the rise around the planet. But at the same time, those who don't like President Trump and who don't like Marine Le Pen might say that there has been a bit of a victory for the forces against populism recently because there are checks and.
Bleacher Report
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It's easy to search for every possible excuse as to why a man who was recently involved in a lighthearted feud with Rob Gronkowski is now the most important person on SmackDown Live, but at the end of the day, he worked hard and WWE is building around him as a result. Mahal's suit-wearing, cheat-to-win bona fides make him an evolved version of the Iron Sheik, who made his imprint as one of the most memorable villain prototypes in any genre of entertainment. Sheik served as a foil for Hulk Hogan , who helped rocket WWE to mainstream relevance during the 1980s. And as pro wrestling eras have come and gone to varying degrees of success, the legendary career of John Cena harkens back to that of the cookie-cutter bona fides of Hogan. Cena, who is away filming big studio movies as his second foot moves ever so closely toward the door, is being advertised by the Talking Stick Resort Arena (h/t Wrestling Inc ) for a July 4 return to SmackDown Live.
Daily Mail - India
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The 61-year-old media mogul was recently granted a three-year restraining order against an ex-bodyguard she accused of stalking her. She stepped out with a new guard on Sunday.
Daily Mail - Home
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Peter Vaughan, who lived near Horsham in West Sussex, won a legion of fans around the world throughout his acclaimed career - and most recently starred in HBO's Game of Thrones.
Bleacher Report
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Teams want prospects who can grow into elite players, not necessarily guys who grew into themselves and posted quality production for years at the collegiate level. They're older and usually don't have as much room to grow. This predicament tanks Jordan Bell's stock a bit. The Oregon product played three years with the program, most recently averaging 10.9 points and 8.8 rebounds per game while shooting 63.6 percent from the floor. His coming in at 6'9" and 225 pounds makes it a bit hard to project his position at the next level. The good news for Bell? He came away as one of the combine's biggest winners thanks to his style and athletic testing, as DraftExpress ' Julian Applebome pointed out: "Bell's do it all defensive and rebounding style of play has definitely played well at the Combine, and it would not be surprising to see him potentially get looks from NBA teams at the end of the first round of some draft boards.
Bleacher Report
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Android Police
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Last month Gideon Rosenblatt did a post on Google+ about the very platform, and it resonated with us here at AP. Many of you may know that we have invested a lot of our time here into Google+. After all, this is Android Police, and Google+ is as much a product of Google as Android is. But, weve been disheartened recently by issues with the social network. Most notably, a growing problem with spam. Read More Opinion: Google+ isnt dead, but it is drowning in spam (though it plans to do something about it) was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
The Northern Echo
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BUSINESS leaders have come together with a recently elector mayor to raise money for charity.
BBC Parliament
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want to work with the British Government. Reported in today's papers, as recently as 2010, you told a dinner party we should not put innocent people's DNA on the database and we should not have guilty people on that database again. Do you still support that statement?.
BBC News 24
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lift off with anybody on board. I have recently seen a black coroner's type van arriving here, which is a fairly ominous sign. Thank you, Ben. The former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes,.