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Christina Grimmie's Family Is Suing The Venue Where She Was Shot

They reportedly claim that the bag checks conducted by the venue's staff were "superficial", instead of using body pat downs or metal detectors to ensure safety. The complaint filed in circuit court claims security for the June 10 concert at the Plaza Live Theater was inadequate. The family are now requesting recovery for the financial support Grimmie would have given them plus her projected income should she have lived until the normal life expectancy.



Theresa May refuses to guarantee MPs a vote on final Brexit plan

But based on today's performance, the speech that May says she will give early in the new political term will only answer the questions she has asked herself, not the ones the heads of select committees were trying to ask today. She said: "I would imagine that the process that would kick in, was the 27 would determine whether or not they would wish to continue negotiations".


In Syria Hundreds evacuated from Aleppo as United Nations eyes observers

In Syria Hundreds evacuated from Aleppo as United Nations eyes observers

Militants burned at least five vehicles that were en route to evacuate wounded and sick people from the Shia enclave in northern Syria on Sunday. Bashar Ja'afari named 12 alleged officers still trying to get out of eastern Aleppo - six from Saudi Arabia and one each from Turkey, the United States, Israel, Qatar, Jordan and Morocco.



USA makes biggest Okinawa land return since 1972

But the area being handed back is in a sparsely populated region, while other facilities, including air bases, are located farther south in or near crowded residential areas of the small island with a population exceeding one million people.


I Was Right About Muslim Immigration

I Was Right About Muslim Immigration

President-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that the recent violence in Europe and Turkey has proven his proposals on Muslims to be "100 percent correct". The president-elect replied, "You know my plans". The Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a deadly truck attack that occurred Monday in Berlin, Germany, leaving 12 people dead and 48 injured.


China's wrath forces Mongolia to ban Dalai Lama from future visits

China's wrath forces Mongolia to ban Dalai Lama from future visits

Hence, it routinely objects to different countries issuing invitation to him. Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a regular news briefing Wednesday in Beijing that China "attaches great importance to the explicit statement made by the Mongolian foreign minister".