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Manning, behind one of the largest classified information leaks in USA history, left Fort Leavenworth military prison in Kansas in the morning, Lt. Col. "It is incredible to witness Chelsea Manning's freedom after having seen and worked with her behind bars for four years", said Chase Strangio , a lawyer with the ACLU rights group that lobbied for Manning's early release.
  • Won't allow `special` Kane to leave, says Tottenham manager

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    Kane is hunting the league's golden boot and the England striker was at his predatory best as he plundered the Leicester defence four times to move to the top of the scoring charts with 26 goals. But Pochettino insists Tottenham are not in a position to sell any player who they see as important to the squad. "I'm now sitting at the top, but we go in with the same mentality, to make sure we win first and foremost and then score as many as I can.
  • UK Police Show Photo of Bomber, Ask Public for Info

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    Manchester police say they have arrested a 15th person in relation to the suicide bombing attack at Manchester Arena that killed 22 people almost a week ago. In Rome, Pope Francis led thousands of people in St. Peter's Square in prayer, saying he was "close to the relatives and all those who are weeping for the dead".
  • Gianforte apologizes to reporter in acceptance speech

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    Montana police have charged Gianforte with misdemeanor assault for allegedly "body-slamming" Jacobs on Wednesday after being questioned about the American Health Care Act. "There's never a call for physical altercations", Ryan said during a press conference on Thursday. Even if he were found guilty and served the maximum sentence-six months in Montana-Gianforte could still serve in Congress .
  • Libya says brother of Manchester bomber plots terrorist attack in Tripoli

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    Greater Manchester chief constable Ian Hopkins said today "distress and upset" had been caused to families of the Manchester attack victims by the leak to the U.S. Prime Minister Theresa May announced late last night that the official threat level had been raised to its highest level for the first time in a decade, meaning an attack could be imminent.
  • Gregg Allman, Soulful Rock 'N' Roll Pioneer, Dies at 69

    Gregg Allman, Soulful Rock 'N' Roll Pioneer, Dies at 69

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    Gregg considered music tours as "essential medicine for his soul", according to his website . "He kept it very private because he wanted to continue to play music until he couldn't". The band would move on to great success with their 1971 album Live at the Fillmore East and their 1972 album Eat a Peach . In a profession that sees superlatives thrown around carelessly, Allman truly was one of a kind; a legend.
  • British Police Release Photo of Manchester Bomber From Night of Attack

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    Prime Minister Theresa May made the announcement after leading a meeting of the government's emergency committee Cobra on Saturday morning. Police have said they have arrested a large part of the network behind the bombing, which killed 22 people at a concert hall, and two more men were arrested on Saturday as police continued to close in on the group.
  • New arrest in 'full tilt' Manchester attack investigation

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    Grande, meanwhile, promised to return to "the incredibly fearless city of Manchester" to hold a benefit concert for the victims. Eleven men remain in police custody in connection with the atrocity. Manchester bombing victim Millie Robson, 15, speaks to a reporter at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Thursday (May 25), where 19 casualties are still being treated.
  • Conte blames Chelsea's slow start and match ref

    Conte blames Chelsea's slow start and match ref

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    Speaking after netting Chelsea's goal in Saturday's 2-1 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal , the Brazil-born Costa told Spanish media: "There is only one team I'd go to if I have to leave here, only one". "I think this situation for sure creates a bit of difficulty in your mind because if you start to think we are always in danger, we have died before we die", said the Italian.