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Trump criticizes German trade surplus, again


We'll stop it". President Trump has gone on the attack again over Germany's huge trade surplus , CNN reports . The chairman of the European Union's council says he agrees with President Donald Trump that the global community should be "tough, even brutal" on terrorism and Islamic State. Read More »

Cannes Film Festival kicks off with head-turning red carpet style


Each year the Cannes Film Festival sees the French Riviera turn into one big red carpet teeming with scantily clad stars using sartorial statements to promote their latest films. Scottish director Lynne Ramsay, whose last film was We Need To Talk About Kevin in 2011, will make her comeback at the festival with the unveiling of You Were Never Really Here, based on the novella by Jonathan Ames and starring Joaquin Phoenix. Read More »

Exclusive details of the commencing shoot of Thugs Of Hindostan!


Directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, Thugs Of Hindostan also stars Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh and will have 2018 release. The logo of the film was released a while back. With every detail, including its stellar star cast, Thugs of Hindostan has generated huge amounts of anticipation. Yash Raj Films banner will produce the movie and Vijay Krishna Acharya directs it. Read More »

Warriors taking on Spurs


Leonard is questionable for Game 3 of the series, and the Spurs desperately need after being routed in Game 2 without their star. They won it all two years ago against Cleveland, and lost it to them last year in seven games, the first National Basketball Association championship for the Cavs' franchise. Read More »

Arsenal win record 13th FA Cup


Chelsea were chasing a Premier League and FA Cup Double, but instead the double was Arsenal's: a record 13th FA Cup success and an unprecedented seventh triumph in the competition for Wenger. The 67-year-old Frenchman's current contract expires in the northern summer and despite the intense speculation about his future - driven by the failure to secure Champions League football - Wenger has stared down the fans who have mounted demonstrations against him and insisted he wants to stay. Read More »

G7 deadlocks on climate after United States declines to confirm Paris deal

But Macron said he told the US President that it was "indispensable for the reputation of the United States and the interest of the Americans themselves that the United States remain committed" to the Paris agreement. British Prime Minister Theresa May told reporters that the G7 leaders agreed that climate was a priority, despite the fact that Trump is still mulling over his final decision. Read More »

Police arrest another suspect in Manchester terror probe

Soon after the NYT statement, US President Donald Trump condemned the " deeply troubling " leaks. "She expressed the view that the intelligence sharing relationship we have with the United States is hugely important and valuable, but that the information that we share should be kept secure", a British Government source said. Read More »

Cher devastated by the death of her ex-husband, singer Gregg Allman


A new album, the Don Was-produced Southern Blood , was scheduled for a 2017 release, though its status is unclear. He also added instrumental texture to the band's twin-guitar attack with his Hammond B-3 organ on such classic albums as the landmark 1971 concert recording At Fillmore East and the studio releases Eat a Peach (1972) and Brothers and Sisters (1973). Read More »

Hunt begins for 12th juror in Bill Cosby's sex assault trial

Cosby has said he does not expect to testify in the trial. All vowed to set their prior knowledge aside. The jurors selected earlier this week included a black woman who said she knew only "basic information" about the case, a young white man who initially expressed a tendency to believe police and two people who said they don't read or watch the news. Read More »

Sofia Coppola wins best director at Cannes film festival

Ostlund, whose breakout feature, " Force Majeure ", garnered the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize here in 2014, is only the second Swedish director after Alf Sjoberg to win the Palme d'Or . The film tracks a war veteran's attempt to save a young girl from a sex trafficking ring, although his rescue mission goes horribly wrong. USA actor Joaquin Phoenix won the Best Actor Prize for " You Were Never Really Here ". Read More »

Manchester police not sharing intelligence with U.S. after leaks


British Prime Minster Theresa May will meet U.S. President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday, but officials said she would cut short the second leg of her trip to the G7 summit in Italy. Greater Manchester Police said they were now confident they knew the identity of all the people who lost their lives and had made contact with all the families. Read More »

Cher Turns Back Time With Stunning Billboard Music Awards Performance

She stunned the largely millennial audience with two performances, donning two equally revealing outfits: "one for each of her hit songs " Believe " and 'If I Could Turn Back Time '". BTS's group award follows South Korean trailblazer PSY, who became the first K-pop solo artist to win at the Billboard Music Awards back in 2014, for Top Streaming Song, " Gangnam Style ". Read More »

Swedish Art Gallery Satire 'The Square' Wins Palme d'Or at Cannes

Ramsay has always been a Cannes darling, having previously won prizes with two of her short films, "Small Deaths" (1996) and "Gasman" (1998), as well as serving on the competition's jury in 2013. Chastain, star of The Help said it was "disturbing" to see the way women were depicted on screen, saying: "The one thing I really took away from this experience was how the world views women". Read More »

Michel Temer accused of taking millions in bribes

During his public statement Thursday afternoon, Temer took on a vehement tone in an effort to disperse any rumors about his ethics. "I will not resign", he said emphatically. A demonstrator holds a photo of Brazil's President Michel Temer that reads in Spanish "Get out Satan!" in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, Thursday, May 18, 2017. Read More »

British investigators reportedly no longer sharing Manchester bombing intel with U.S.


Authorities believe he had help in building the bomb , which photographs published by the New York Times showed was sophisticated and powerful, and that his accomplices could be ready to strike again. In a televised message, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Britain's terror threat level will remain at critical . Earlier on Thursday, British prime minister Theresa May spoke to United States president Donald Trump to say intelligence shared between their two countries had to ... Read More »

Prince William and Duchess Kate's shock as housekeeper quits


More than £4.5 million of taxpayers' money was spent on Apartment 1a of Kensington Palace when William and Kate married in 2011, but they lived there for only a few months before moving to Anmer Hall in Norfolk. According to E! News, Kensington Palace announced early this year that Prince William would soon retire from East Anglian Air Ambulance where he now is a search and rescue pilot. Read More »

BA, Iberia travelers face 3rd day of delays, cancellations

BA chief executive Alex Cruz said Sunday the airline was running a "near-full operation" at London's Gatwick Airport and planned to operate all scheduled long-haul services from Heathrow . British Airways passengers were facing on Sunday a third day of disruption at Heathrow as the airline deals with the impact of a worldwide computer system crash . Read More »

Chhattisgarh: Maoists threaten Akshay, Saina for helping CRPF


A Maoist pamphlet that emerged on Friday said, "We appeal to famous figures, film actors, sportspersons and celebrities to stand with the revolution and poor people". The party wants celebrities to take a stand against the oppression and exploitation of poor masses, who are at the receiving end of the armed forces, instead of supporting military personnel losing lives in action against the revolutionary forces. Read More »

Ariana Grande cancels tour dates after Manchester attack

British Prime Minster Theresa May will meet U.S. President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday, but officials said she would cut short the second leg of her trip to the G7 summit in Italy. Britain's National Police Chiefs' Council warned on Wednesday that the "underauthorised disclosure" of potential evidence was a breach of trust that had potentially undermined a "major counter-terrorism investigation". Read More »

Police arrest 14th man in Manchester bombing inquiry

Greater Manchester Police said the two men - one of them aged 19 and the other 25 - were arrested yesterday on suspicion of terror activities. MI5 launched a "post incident investigation" into how Abedi was overlooked by the service, the BBC said Monday, as a second, separate inquiry was undertaken for ministers and others who oversee MI5's work. Read More »

'Pirates of the Caribbean' Hooks No. 1, 'Baywatch' Belly Flops

It is expected to pass the $ 300 million mark today. Newcomer Baywatch falls in at #3 for the weekend, with an estimated $18.1 million domestically. " Wonder Woman " opens next weekend , and should have a huge opening weekend. Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem once again taps into his villainous side, this time, for " Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ". Read More »

Ariana Grande bravely returning to Manchester for benefit concert

London reacted furiously after sensitive details about the investigation into Monday night's suicide attack which targeted young concert goers, killing 22 people, appeared in the U.S. Trump , who led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies in paying respects to the victims, slammed the alleged leaks as "deeply troubling" warning that those responsible could face prosecution. Read More »