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Man dies after being taken ill on Big Weekend bus

Man dies after being taken ill on Big Weekend bus

During her headline slot on Saturday night the U.S. singer dedicated a performance of Part Of Me to those who'd been killed and their family and friends. Like Manchester, Hull lies in the north of England, but east of the city that was hit by Monday night's bomb attack. It's about wanting to be a part of someone's symphony, someone's life.



Mike Brown still waiting on Tyronn Lue to pay up overdue bet

For a brief moment there, it looked like the Warriors weren't infallible. He can make that answer less certain if he wins Finals MVP. Of course, they bounced back. Nonetheless, Durant's teammates are here to defend the Warriors spot at the top. We'll have to wait until June 1 when Game 1 tips off for any inkling of an answer, but make no mistake about it, both sides are preparing for war.



Hacker threat about stolen movie was a hoax, says Disney CEO

Dead Men Tell No Tales should be able to recoup its $230 million budget overseas, but the film's underperformance at home hints that viewers may be too exhausted to head out to theaters for a fifth piratical outing. The latest installment in the Alien franchise is looking at $13.1 million over the four-day stretch. Rounding out the top five is the romantic teen film Everything, Everything with $9.7 million.



CCTV images of Manchester bomber on night of attack released

CCTV images showing suicide bomber Salman Abedi on the night he attacked Manchester Arena killing 22 people, have been been released by police. An image released by Greater Manchester Police showing Salman Abedi. "By early Tuesday morning there was an established pattern with all officers and staff working on the response to the attack in day and night shifts of approximately 14 hours each", the senior officers said.



Donald Trump condemns media leaks after complaints from Britain

A 16-year-old boy who had been arrested has been released without charge, police said . British police said late Thursday that it will continue sharing intelligence on the Manchester bombing probe to USA officials after temporarily halting the flow of information because of leaks to the media - including The New York Times' publication of the crime-scene photos.



Chelsea ace aims cheeky dig at Arsenal after losing FA Cup clash

The more people that write me off, the stronger I get. He was also unwilling to go further, and drew a line under it when pressed further. In that present, it was impossible not to be profoundly happy for Wenger, as he smiled in the press conference room with that medal in his pocket.