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
ABC News - United States
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BBC News 24
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world number one survived a scare to win on day two. She took over two hours to beat the 17-year-old from this.
BMW Blog
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The world is currently patiently waiting for BMW to go through the usual process of bringing out the final version of the 8 Series Concept that was unveiled in Italy last week. The revival of the beloved badge will take place next year, with the 2-door coupe version leading the assault on the S-Class Coupe . However, more body styles will join the range later down the line. According to our sources, we'll also get to see a Convertible and a Gran Coupe. But what about a shooting brake? Well, to put it blunt, there's no way in hell that's going to happen. But that doesn't mean that digital renderings can't be put together, to offer a rough idea of how they might turn out looking. That said, the guys from X-Tomi design were the first to deliver, with this rather interesting take on how a shooting brake could look like in 8 Series clothes. We definitely wouldn't say no to such a contraption, especially since it would sit nicely next to all those Ferrari F12s out there or even the new GTC4Lusso.
BBC News 24
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$200 million. The stakes in this match could not have been higher. The collar the richest football game in the world and it was. A couple of chances for Reading in the first half
BBC News 24
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this part of the world. Further south in Sri Lanka, you may well have heard already, there has been severe flooding, it is because of the monsoon, south-westerly winds piling moisture and monsoon, south-westerly winds piling.
BBC News 24
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Welcome to our nightly look at the world weather. I'll be taking you to north America, world weather. I'll be taking you to.
BBC News 24
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will? We are investing a tremendous amount in French cinema in the local entertainment industry. We think it is quite effective because we are bringing those stories from France to the world in a way that hides a much bigger audience, and more relevance for French products. We know it is a clouded market
BMW Blog
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Living next to the Nurburgring certainly seems like a dream to all of us currently residing in the US. The track where all BMWs are tested before being given the green light to enter production, is probably the most adored in the world. One of the reasons certainly has to do with Touristenfahrten days when anyone can get on the track and push his or her car to the limit. We saw some rather interesting combats take place on it during these tourist days' and we even saw buses being driven on the track on more than one occasion. Today though we're here for a different reason and not dealing with buses, vans or anything of the sort but instead we're taking a look at a duel between three hot hatches and a BMW M4 . As you already know, BMWs are quite popular on the ring, and the M4 is no exception. However, more and more hot hatches are also showing up on the Ring lately, especially since a couple of manufacturers have actually started a proper FWD hot hatch competition on the Green Hell, to claim the title of the fastest FWD car in the world.
Mashable
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Ariana Grande's mom has a few words of support for fans and victim's of last week's terror attack. The explosion outside of the pop star's concert in Manchester, England, killed 22 people and injured more than 60. Afterwards, Ariana tweeted out that she would return to Manchester to put on a benefit concert for those affected by the attack. On Monday, her mother, Joan, also tweeted out a message of hope. #MemorialDay pic.twitter.com/oUDmB7VD6x Joan Grande (@joangrande) May 29, 2017 "This past week I have spent in reflective thought, prayer & deep sorrow," she tweeted. "I stand with you all in the face of evil & we stand together to never let it rule our lives! Thank you to all those who helped in any way that night in Manchester. I continually thank those who are & were in service protecting our freedoms every day all over the world! #MemorialDay." Read more... More about Music , Concert , Ariana Grande , Terror Attacks , and Manchester Explosion
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: At a time when the unemployability of engineers is a matter of concern, some newage universities are giving their students an edge with their international tie-ups with top universities like Yale, Georgia Tech, University of Oxford, among others. Universities like Bennett, BML Munjal, OP Jindal and Flame have tied up with the top foreign universities of the world to give students that much more of an advantage in the job market. Bennett’s tie-up with Babson Global and Georgia Tech makes their academic learning more rigorous with a tailored, curated syllabus. At OP Jindal, the over 100 students who visit international campuses through their tie-ups every year, end up gaining a global perspective. BML Munjal has a tie-up with Imperial College, London. According to an ET report, nearly 1.5 million Indians graduate from engineering colleges every year, and nearly four-fifths of them are unemployable.
BBC News 24
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passengers across the world, each with a different story. One main complaint, no one was telling them what was going on. We are aware that to be locations have to get better, particularly as social media continues to expand. We will continue to invest in resources, in ways with.
BBC News 24
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will reserve 80% of the venue for black women. The organisers say that they have been the target of a campaign of disinformation and fake news. That's on the BBC World Service. And among the most read on our website: US golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence. The 14-time major champion was booked into the Palm Beach County jail in Florida after he was arrested by police
BBC World News
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BBC News 24
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about what he said, linking terrorism and foreign policy, he was asked why we should soft and foreign policy when groups like IS don't negotiated -- don't negotiate, he reiterated his condemnation of the attack and also how he didn't want foreign policy that left parts of the world and.
USA Today - Top Stories
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Eight teams have survived to reach Oklahoma City. One will take home with a national title.
Bleacher Report
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But eventually, the conditioning and determination of the world No. 1 will see him into Round 2. Prediction: Murray to win in four sets Halep vs. Cepelova With no Serena Williams and no top seed left in the women's bracket, this year's French Open feels primed for a new Grand Slam champion to emerge. Halep will be hoping it's her. After all, the Romanian heads into this tournament in some of the best form of her career so far. Granted, she came up short in the final of the Italian Open last time out, losing in three sets to Svitolina, but Halep beat some quality on the way there and was excellent in winning the Madrid Open recently, too. There have been some concerns about the third seed's fitness heading into the competition, as she confirmed she'd suffered some ligament damage in the match against Svitolina. But as we can see here, courtesy of the competition's official Twitter feed, she's looked in fine fettle in preparations: Halep has to shake off her reputation for buckling under the pressure, too.
Bleacher Report
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"He's the elder statesman, the longest-standing player here. He's been a leader in his own right and will continue to be that. "... I think eyes will go to Pedey , for one who has been a champion here multiple times, has experienced so many different sides of baseball in Boston, that he'll be a steady force for a lot of our young players." The Red Sox will hope whatever is ailing Pedroia proves minor, as they look to contend for a World Series championship.
Global News
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Voice Of America
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BBC News 24
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for the very first time. Adventurers risked their lives to explore a world that still held so many mysteries. And now we're all able to see what they saw,.
BBC News 24
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portable film cameras made it possible for a mass audience to see many of the world's most inaccessible wonders.
BBC News 24
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He was then, and still is, among the world's most well-known climbers. But his greatest achievement was nearly 30 years earlier in the Himalayas, scaling the unclimbed mountain of Kangchenjunga
BBC News 24
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And a better world. 450 feet of rock soaring out of the North Atlantic,.