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Palestinian 'Day of Rage' Protests Trump, Imprisonment and Imperial 'Peace' Calls

Mr Trump also said that he was "gratified" that Mr Abbas had attended the summit in Riyadh and "committed to taking firm but necessary steps to fight terrorism and confront its hateful ideology". Trump even suggested that the Saudi monarch agreed with him: "King Salman feels very strongly and, I can tell you, would love to see peace with Israel and the Palestinians", he said.



Ariana Grande has reportedly returned home after deadly attack

Representatives at Grande's record company did not return calls on whether the remainder of her world tour, with stops in London and Europe, would go ahead. A childhood friend of Ismail, who asked not to be named, described Salman as "normal" and said his family were known to the Libyan community in the city.


Under Fire! Fox News Hit With Three More Discrimination Lawsuits

Under Fire! Fox News Hit With Three More Discrimination Lawsuits

Three new lawsuits were filed Monday in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of NY. Naima Farrow , another former Fox employee who worked for Slater, said that she was sacked without warning or explanation in 2015 less than three days after telling superiors she was pregnant.


Lea Michele cried after meeting her 'idol' Celine Dion

Lea Michele cried after meeting her 'idol' Celine Dion

The French-Canadian singer took the stage in a luminous, angelic gown with enormous shoulders, singing the iconic Titanic theme from inside of jellyfish-like cage of hanging crystals. "It's still number one!" The "My Heart Will Go On" hitmaker lost René Angelil to cancer in January past year, and Lea - whose boyfriend Corey Monteith died from a toxic combination of heroin and alcohol in 2013 - praised the singer for holding herself with "dignity and respect" throughout the ordeal.



Two held from State in UP petrol pump scam

The two accused, identified as Vivek and Avinash, are well-educated and ran private firms. The investigation has revealed that almost 80 per cent of petrol pumps in Uttar Pradesh (UP) were using rigged electronic chips to dispense lower quantities of fuel.