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Italy's Renzi told to delay quitting as PM

Italian President Sergio Mattarella told Italian premier Matteo Ren. The populists claimed victory after Italy's prime minister was forced to resign after losing a referendum on constitutional reforms. Many Italian governments have collapsed far before the end of Parliament's five-year term. "We have no fear of anything or anybody, if the others want" elections soon, Renzi said.


India Jayalalitha: Thousands Mourn Colourful Politician

India Jayalalitha: Thousands Mourn Colourful Politician

The death of such charismatic politicians has always lead to violence across the state. Incidentally, Jayalalithaa's relatives did not raise any objection to the burial as along with Sasikala - a once close confidante, her nephew Deepak Jayakumar performed the last rituals.



NBC to air some live commercials during 'Hairspray'

Waters also said he is actually surprised with how much interest there has been over the years in remaking his movie. Hopefully, Hairspray Live has reminded viewers of the progress we've made - and why we don't want to slide back into racism, judgment, and division.



The Weeknd serenades ex Bella Hadid during Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Ex-Swedish professional basketball player Elsa Hosk also made her debut to promote the brand's new sportswear range under the hallowed dome of Paris' Grand Palais . "Thank you @theweeknd for being the best and most incredible performer on the planet". What viewers will see on broadcast date is The Weeknd singing the title track of his new album, " Starboy " on the runway while the models walk.



Identify 2016's most notable Internet moments in YouTube Rewind video

To relive some of the past year's fun moments, have a look at the video below. There are also references to Kanye West's controversial " Famous " music video, and, in a nod to its massive influence on social media this year, plenty of time devoted to James Corden and Carpool Karaoke .


Jill Stein Makes Michigan Third State for Presidential Recount

Jill Stein Makes Michigan Third State for Presidential Recount

Under Wisconsin law, the Stein camp will get a refund if the recount costs less than expected and will have to pay more if it costs more. "We expect to the maximum degree possible to exercise that right and count those votes", said Brinckerhoff.