The Economic Times
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Olivia Skuce posted this photo of her trying to get her top over her head and received a huge response [SWNS] Customers at Pretty Little Thing have taken to social media to share their support after one customer reported a very bizarre issue with her new purchase. Olivia Skuce, 21, posted a snap after buying a £12 black mesh crop top. She found it impossible to pull on, Tweeting Hi @OfficialPLT just wondering why your top won't fit over my head." She also posted a ...
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Schapelle Corby has created an Instagram account and posted an image of her beloved dogs only hours before she is due to be deported from Bali.
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FOOTAGE of the “dangerousmoment a teenager broke into a building site and climbed up a 100-foot crane has been posted on YouTube.
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NEW YORK: Pop star Ariana Grande promised Friday to return to Manchester to play a charity concert following a suicide attack at her show, as she urged fans to respond to the tragedy with love. In her first substantive comments since Monday's tragedy, the singer said she felt "uplift" by seeing fans' compassion after the blast which killed 22 people and was claimed by the Islamic State group. The 23-year-old, who suspended her tour and returned to her Florida home to rest, said she planned a concert as "an expression of love for Manchester". She said that the concert would raise money for the victims of the attack and their families. The date has not yet been set. "Our response to this violence must be to come closer together, to help each other, to love more, to sing louder and to live more kindly and generously than we did before," she said in an essay posted on her social media accounts.
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Happy holiday weekend to you! Do you have any big plans? Cookouts, gardening, ice cream cones galore? We're grilling on Sunday since it's a holiday weekend, and I'm working on a s'mores cake inspired by the Milk Bar birthday cake that I made a couple of months ago. I hope it turns out as well as I'm envisioning in my head! If it does, I'll be sharing it here right away! As always, you’ll find a recap of what was posted to the site this week, the most shared recipes, my Sunday dinner menu, and recipes I’ve bookmarked from other blogs. Enjoy! On Brown Eyed Baker This Week Grandma's Icebox Cake My grandma's staple summer dessert icebox cake with simple layers of graham crackers and vanilla pudding, topped with Cool Whip and graham cracker crumbs. Blackberry Pie Bars These blackberry pie bars feature a shortbread crust, a creamy, custard-like blackberry pie filling, and a crumb topping.
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Men didn't like being excluded from Alamo Drafthouse's women-only screening for the upcoming superhero film Wonder Woman. SEE ALSO: Wonder Woman has taken over the world (wide web) and it's about damn time So naturally the film house went ahead and added more screenings pointedly sans men. And they announced the new showings with a killer GIF and spot-on tweet. We heard your complaints have taken swift & decisive action. Another women-only #WonderWoman show on sale now! https://t.co/ILueTsJH6R pic.twitter.com/6HAuYi6fQG Alamo Drafthouse NYC (@AlamoNYC) May 26, 2017 Men had been quick to voice their complaints after the Austin theater posted this week about the women-only event that quickly sold out, along with a second screening. Read more... More about Movies , Action , Reactions , Superheroes , and Alamo Drafthouse
Voice Of America
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U.S. pop singer Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester, England, to play a benefit show to raise money for the 22 victims and families of this week's terrorist attack. Grande had just finished her show Monday night when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the crowded lobby of the Manchester Arena. She was unharmed, although deeply shaken by the attack, and canceled her concert dates for the next two weeks. No date has yet been set for the benefit concert, which Grande announced in a letter posted on Twitter Friday: "Our response [to the bombing] must be to come closer together, to help each other, to love more, to sing louder, and to live more kindly and generously than we did before. I'll be returning to the incredibly brave city of Manchester to spend some time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor of and to raise money for the victims and their families.
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"Bloody fool! Why would you kill innocents? Can't believe he was Libyan — it's bad enough he was a Muslim!" commented a British-Libyan psychologist from the town of Loughborough in the English Midlands. British-Libyans have also been sharing their fears about what the consequences of the bombing could be for them — especially those living in Manchester, Britain's largest Libyan community and one of the most closely knit in the country. "I have mixed Libyan/English heritage and have lived in Manchester my whole life," posted Fatima Derbi. "I am completely sickened by this!! Unfortunately this may have a negative impact on the 25,000 Libyans living in this city." Threats and slurs Mohamed Shaban, who was born in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, but brought up in London and is now a legal adviser, worries that Abedi will be seen by many Britons as somehow representative of British-Libyans.
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( Mondoweiss posted video of rebuilding after the raid here ) The night before last, after an unprecedented seven days of holding ground, the border police and civil administration returned to raid Sarura again. They beat Fadal Amar, were aggressive towards activists, and ripped down all but one shade structure. Having expelled villagers years ago by claiming the location as a military training zone (Firing Zone of 918), the civil administration (COGAT) used the alibi of past state violence to justify present military violence, laughably claiming to have come to remove activists for their own protection. Yet after four hours of nonviolent resistance, a high-level military commander entered the scene and made an agreement with not to confiscate the materials the border police had dismantled and to leave Sarura for the time being. In the words of Tariq, an activist from Umm al-Khair, “For me as a Palestinian living in the South Hebron Hills, this is the first time I see nonviolent people keeping nonviolent resistance, and I saw the tents [returned] back to the people because we are nonviolent…We [have] made a great victory.
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In its brave stewardship of his memory the tribute offered by his brother to Martyn Hett, one of the Manchester victims, gives us all something to aspire to From all I have read about the luminous-sounding Martyn Hett since he was murdered at the Manchester Arena on Monday night, he sounds like he would have relished his brother’s jaw-droppingly brave stewardship of his memory in the days since. When Martyn’s name began trending on Twitter, Dan Hett’s response was a masterclass in sombre seemliness: “He would, I think it’s safe to say, be fucking loving this.” The next day, Mariah Carey had posted a picture of Martyn in a Mariah Carey T-shirt , accompanied by a devastated quote about the death of a member of her fandom. His brother’s response was one of those jokes that makes you gasp and laugh at the same time: “I was a little dubious about Martyn’s recent bold social media move,” he deadpanned.
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Derby has come together to help raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. The Derby Telegraph had challenged its readers to do as many keepie-uppies as possible to raise funds for the charity. For the first 3,000 people who took on the challenge and posted a video with the hashtag #keepieuppiechallenge, Trinity Mirror, the company that owns the Derby Telegraph, will donate £3.50 to Prostate Cancer. And clubs around the city have done their bit to get the total up. Mickleover Sports took...