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Watch Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at Glastonbury


Somewhat surprisingly, the band also performed "Creep" for the Glastonbury crowd, despite the huge single often being left off sets. Britain's Radiohead returned to Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage on Friday, 20 years after a legendary performance at the festival, with a set that mocked Prime Minister Theresa May's election campaign and pulled songs from almost all of their albums. Read More »

Otto Warmbier Funeral: Mourners gather to remember student detained in North Korea

But the sides have reportedly agreed on a path forward after talks involving top Chinese and USA officials, including Defense Secretary James Mattis and China's Foreign Policy Chief Yang Jiechi. A second USA official also confirmed the test but did not provide additional details on the type of rocket component that was being tested or whether it fit into the ICBM program. Read More »

Confed. Cup: Cameroon, Australia Share The Spoils In 1-1 Draw

Chile and Germany are on four points, Cameroon and Australia each has one. As far as betting is concerned, we are getting a good price on Australia winning this game and as a result this is by far the best bet to make. This team showed they can score goals and I think the defence is ok as well so they can expect good things. Michael Ngadeu steered a straight ball over a haphazard backline and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa lifted a deft finish beyond scampering Australia ... Read More »

Parade of forwards at top of National Hockey League draft


Vegas Golden Knights' Marc-Andre Fleury speaks with the media Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Las Vegas . The Knights made 12 picks in all at their first draft - a number of them scooped up at the expansion draft . This is where McPhee spared no expense, even as he picked up assets for not taking Minnesota's Matt Dumba or Marco Scandella , Anaheim's Sami Vatanen or Josh Manson, Tampa Bay's Slater Koekkoek or Jake Dotchin or the Islanders' Calvin de Haan or Thomas Hickey. Read More »

George Clooney, partners sell tequila company for $1 billion

Chump change, to these high rollers, am I right? Casamigos' founders ( Clooney , Gerber and Michael Meldman) will continue to promote and lead the tequila brand they created, Diageo says. According to the company, Casamigos is now the fastest growing premium tequila brand in the US. 'We are delighted to announce this transaction today to extend our participation in the tequila category, ' Ivan Menezes, chief executive of Diageo , said. Read More »

Review Roundup - Michael Bay's TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT

In an interview with, Wahlberg was asked what the future holds for Cade and his response indicates that Bay might not be done with the franchise just yet. Secondly, to compare Transformers to any form of Tarantino work is actually a bit of a slap in the face to one of the best directors of our generation. Read More »

North Korea tests a rocket engine

Rather than reading the Cuban missiles as Soviet equality with the USA ability to strike the Soviet homeland (as the Kremlin read the move), the Kennedy administration read the emplacement as a major challenge that must be rolled back, even at the risk of going to war. Read More »

Mourners gather for Otto Warmbier's memorial service

U.S. Senator Rob Portman, a Republican from the Cincinnati area, told the throng of reporters stationed outside that Warmbier was "an unbelievable young man" from a resilient family and that North Korea must be held accountable for what happened to the 22-year-old University of Virginia student, who died Monday . Read More »

Critics warn health care bill could be disastrous for FL

Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said Friday he will not vote for the Senate's Obamacare replacement bill as now written. Pennsylvania lawmakers are speaking out after the U.S. While the conservative senators are ultimately expected to vote for the bill, Heller is a much harder no, and if he gets his way, it will be tough to create a compromise that works for the minimum number of Republicans required to pass the bill. Read More »

Gareth Southgate furious after England's defeat to France

However, there was much concern for France early in the second half. And he confessed: "I am afraid there's no magic wand". "I think it's absolutely what I thought". We've had some joy doing that. Last weekend, England needed an injury-time goal to grind out a 2-2 draw at a mediocre Scotland side in a World Cup qualifier. Read More »

Alternate Juror In Bill Cosby Trial 'Probably' Would Have Voted Guilty


The juror's names haven't been made public and the split on the vote hasn't been disclosed, shrouding the case in mystery. Prosecutors, who intend to retry Cosby, filed a motion on Monday urging O'Neill to refrain from identifying the jurors, arguing that widespread coverage of their deliberations could influence jurors for the retrial. Read More »

Ex-Top Gear star Richard Hammond in hospital after car crash


Later on, The Grand Tour producers issued a statement confirming the crash and the driver behind the wheel, while also confirming that Hammond was able to get out of the auto himself before the vehicle caught fire. "But incredibly, and thankfully, Richard seems to be mostly OK", he added. "I've a handsome wife and two attractive daughters". The Grand Tour debuted last November , almost two years after their decade-long run onTop Gear ended with Clarkson's firing for punching a ... Read More »

Bill Cosby plans speaking tour on how to avoid sex charges

The deposition revealed that Cosby said the contact was consensual because, "I think I'm a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things, whatever you want to call them". "From Shonda's Town Hall on Avoiding Sexual Assault Charges: 1) Do not sexually assault anyone". In an affidavit filed by Pennsylvania police in 2015, Constand claimed that Cosby gave her three blue pills the night of the alleged assault. Read More »

UK Parliament hit by cyber attack of email system


Authorities are working with the National Cyber Security Centre to determine the method of the attack. "We have systems in place to protect member and staff accounts and are taking the necessary steps to protect our systems", a Parliamentary spokesperson says. Read More »

Susan Boyle 'abused by gang of 15 youths near her home'


It's reported that the gang have deliberately targeted Susan - who lives in her native Blackburn, West Lothian and suffers from Asperger syndrome - by preying on her near her home. Does it make you angry to hear of a vulnerable person like Susan Boyle being intimidated like this? We will be watching this story closely to see if any of the youngsters involved does get been brought to book and prosecuted, or as is often the case they are simply given a slap on the wrists and told not to do ... Read More »

US believes North Korea has carried out another missile test

He warned that "time is not on our side" as North Korea conducts successive nuclear and missile tests and that once the communist regime acquires an intercontinental ballistic missile, the problem will be much worse. Moon also took a step further and suggested that the two neighbors should pool their athletes to create joint teams for the games in order to achieve better performance. Read More »

United Kingdom bows to European Union pressure

The chairman of an EU summit says European leaders have agreed to crack down on online extremism and deepen efforts against European fighters joining extremists overseas. "This first session was useful to start off on the right foot". Davis said that the two sides already have similar positions. "It is a first good step which we appreciate", said Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern. Read More »

The new Transformers movie is fun and insane, but way too long

For centuries they defended our world, but today, the alliance is over! A Transformer dragon? What's next? There are two type of gritty and they are very much different takes: There is Nolan-esque Dark Knight or the Logan claws-through-the-face, neither of which feel like they would fit the patriotic fireworks and fun-factor of the Transformers franchise. Read More »

Five electrocuted at a water park in Turkey


Employees at the water park later cut power at the resort. The BBC reports that the pool's water was flushed away while the electricity was switched off at the park. Turkish officials are saying that there was no residual current device in the water park which would have prevented this bad tragedy. The five people killed when they were electrocuted at a water park have been pictured . Read More »

N.Korea conducts rocket engine test


According to unnamed United States officials there are signs of increased activity at North Korea's lone nuclear test site. One official said he believed the test had taken place within the past 24 hours. And in January 2015, North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said that if the USA would temporarily suspend its joint military exercises with South Korea, "North Korea would also be willing to respond by temporarily suspending the nuclear tests that the U.S. Read More »

Rotten Tomatoes Rating For Transformers: The Last Knight Is Horrendous

Jamie O'Rourke, 36, was cast to appear in the Hollywood feature film, Transformers: The Last Knight , which is due to be released this month. While his sensibilities run so opposite those of many critics, you can't deny the technical impressiveness of the " Transformers " movies, " The Last Knight " being no exception. Read More »

Geri Horner turned to God to conceive at 44


I put my hands together and I prayed, and two months later I got pregnant. She explained: "It was really freakish". Geri - who also has daughter Bluebell, 11, from a past relationship - said: "She brought a handsome outfit for him, it was so sweet". Read More »

Amazon to acquire Whole Foods supermarket chain


Inc. will pay $42 per share of Whole Foods Market Inc. Investors smiled on the two parties in Amazon's US$13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods, sending Whole Foods' stock up 29.1 per cent and Amazon 2.4 per cent higher. The company also has been testing sensors at a convenience store in Seattle to track items as shoppers put them into baskets or return them to the shelf. Read More »