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Once the area was evacuated and Pettigrew was surrounded, Mina said a crisis negotiator was able to get Pettigrew to surrender without shots being fired. "Our employees did everything in accordance with what OPD has trained them to do", he said. "Will post updates as we receive them", police tweeted .
  • The NFL changes, among others, celebration and IR rules

    The NFL changes, among others, celebration and IR rules

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    That is no longer the case, as teams will now be enabled to return two players from injured reserve . But there will be many more acceptable options to choose from after the National Football League approved three general categories of celebrations: using the ball as a prop; going to the ground; and group celebrations.
  • St Patrick's Junior Choir through to live Britain's Got Talent semi-finals

    St Patrick's Junior Choir through to live Britain's Got Talent semi-finals

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    Kyle Tomlinson and DNA beat six other acts to earn a place in Sunday's Britain's Got Talent final. DNA came out on top after mystifying judges and audiences with a fresh range of stunning cards and words tricks. "They can sing without moving their mouths!" A spokesperson for BGT told The Sun Online: "A technical glitch meant that the wrong song was played at the start of St Patrick's Junior Choir performance as well as some vocals recorded during a rehearsal from them".
  • Kim Kardashian Spills the Secrets of Kylie Jenner and Tyga's Split

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    Kim Kardashian gave up some juicy gossip during her appearance on " Watch What Happens Live " on Sunday night. "At the time I just thought, 'Holy sh*t, I'm 30-years-old - I better get this together". She said while she doesn't think Tyga is a bad person, she is pleased their split was easy and drama-free. "There has not been any drama with her since" she added.
  • Salman Abedi may have built other explosives

    Salman Abedi may have built other explosives

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    She might as well have been shaking her fist at a cloud, for all the good it did. The bombing killed 22 people and injured dozens more. British police stopped sharing information with US agencies about the Manchester attack after key details of the investigation, including the name of the bomber , first came out in USA media .
  • Ainslie insists he'll come out fighting after another America's Cup defeat

    Ainslie insists he'll come out fighting after another America's Cup defeat

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    In 2013 he successfully defended the famous trophy, overcoming enormous odds - and further torn tendons, in his right elbow - to beat challenger Emirates Team New Zealand . On land, pastel blue homes - the quest among the 65,000-strong population is to come up with a shade no one else has on the island - are often basic, understated, with bright white limestone roofs with grooves to collect much needed rainwater.
  • Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for charity show

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    Suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a bomb strapped to his body in the foyer area, killing 22 persons and injuring 116 others. One of the most poignant moments since the attack was witnessed in Manchester's St Ann's Square, where a perfectly-observed silence was followed by applause, cheers and a spontaneous crowd rendition of the Manchester band Oasis" song "Don't Look Back in Anger'.
  • Dutch senators approve compromise on EU-Ukraine pact

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    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, whose liberal VVD party won a general election in March, sought a compromise after Dutch voters rejected the initial pact in an April 2016 referendum. The original treaty deal was opposed by eurosceptic groups in the Netherlands who forced the issue to a referendum. He said he hopes the ratification process can now be concluded in time for an EU-Ukraine summit in July.
  • Nicklaus says Woods 'needs our help'

    Nicklaus says Woods 'needs our help'

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    Upon being awoken, Woods told officers he was coming from golfing in Los Angeles and eventually said he was not aware of where he was. Woods, who recently had back surgery, denied that he was intoxicated and noted that the incident stemmed from "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications", CNN reports.