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Thousands of Juventus fans injured after bomb scare in Turin

Thousands of Juventus fans injured after bomb scare in Turin

The incident compounded a miserable night for fans of Turin-based Juventus, who lost the final 4-1 to Real Madrid. Most of the injured in Turin were treated for cuts and bruises but seven had to be admitted to emergency units at local hospitals.



Memory fails Nishikori ahead of Murray reunion

In doing so, he clocked up a 650th Tour-level victory. The 30-year-old made only one unforced error in pocketing the opening set and although he did drop serve late in the second, he broke back immediately to take complete control of his first meeting with the talented Russian.



Ariana Grande Does What Trump Can't

According to reports, the 23 year old - and her Dangerous Woman tour crew - have chose to get tattoos of the Manchester bees, as a permanent reminder of their time in the UK. It was to honor 22 people killed at Grande's Manchester concert in May . In a separate video, Usher also sent "heartfelt condolences" to the victims in Manchester.



Button has a giggle on his return to Monaco

It looked like the 35-year-old had a lot to learn when he started driving in traffic for the first time last Monday. "I think the whole team was working on my vehicle". Rookie winners: Ray Harroun (1911), Jules Goux (1913), Rene Thomas (1914), Frank Lockhart (1926), George Souders (1927), Graham Hill (1966), Juan Pablo Montoya (2000), Helio Castroneves (2001), Alexander Rossi (2016).


Utah baseball team pulls 'Hourglass Appreciation' release

Utah baseball team pulls 'Hourglass Appreciation' release

The Raptors will not be taking phone calls or conducting interviews on this matter . The Raptors are an affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers based in Ogden, about 40 miles north of Salt Lake City. "Fans will have the opportunity to pose for pictures with the lovely ladies as we showcase seriously splendid visual appeal", the release said. A news release promoting the event was removed from the the Ogden Raptors website Monday.


Twitter users, blocked by Trump, cry censorship

Twitter users, blocked by Trump, cry censorship

President Donald Trump may be the nation's tweeter-in-chief but some Twitter users say he violates the First Amendment by blocking people from his feed after they posted scornful comments. "We write on behalf of individuals who have been blocked from your most-followed Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump , because they disagreed with, criticized , or mocked you or your actions as president", the Knight Institute letter reads.