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Ariana Grande Releases Statement About Manchester Attack: 'We Won't Let Hate Win'

Across London, troops fanned out and authorities reconsidered security plans. He died in Monday's blast at an Ariana Grande concert. A woman looks at the floral tributes and messages left for the victims of the concert blast, during a vigil at St Ann's Square in central Manchester, England, Wednesday, May 24, 2017.??British police say officers investigatin.



The Paysafe Group Plc (OPAY) Rating Reiterated by Barclays PLC

Perkins Coie Com accumulated 27,464 shares. It dived, as 25 investors sold Paragon Group of Companies PLC shares while 81 reduced holdings. Jane Street Group LLC purchased a new stake in shares of BT Group plc during the first quarter worth $12,554,000.



Kevin Love on Cavs Being Underdogs: 'Funny to me'

While Cavs fans have played Kyrie Irving's three-pointer in the final minute of Game 7 on a loop since last June, the Cavs " All-Star guard can't remember the last time he watched "The Shot'. "But all you can do is play your defense, stick to your principles and just make it as tough as possible". The Cavs knew this, which is why they made no secret about willing to part ways with the top pick (Wiggins) for the right player.


Sensex off record-high, Markets trade flat; Power Grid top loser

Sensex off record-high, Markets trade flat; Power Grid top loser

But sustained buying saved the day as they brushed aside yet another missile launch by North Korea. The benchmark BSE Sensex was up 34 points or 0.11 percent at 31,143 in early trade, while the broader Nifty index was marginally higher at 9,607.


'Atlanticist' Merkel rams home frustration with Trump

'Atlanticist' Merkel rams home frustration with Trump

Until now, her approach has been to try to shepherd the Trump administration towards a consensus on major issues like free trade, climate change and migration. She made those comments, which sent shock waves through Washington, after Trump criticised major North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies over their military spending and refused to endorse a global climate change accord at back-to-back summits last week.



Manchester bombing probe widens with arrest of man in West Sussex

MI5 began an internal investigation to establish whether it missed opportunities to stop Salman Abedi amid claims he was repeatedly reported to authorities as a potential threat, the Guardian reported . "And I think it is right that the MI5 takes a look to find out what the facts are", she said. Counter-terrorism police said on Saturday they are making good progress on the fast-moving investigation and are gathering a detailed picture of Abedi, his associates and his finances.