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However, there can be no doubt that this attack will further the divide between those voters who are at some level tolerant of the rising population and influence of Muslims in France, and those who support Le Pen, who has held firm on her anti-Sharia and immigration reform ideals in the run up to the election.
  • George insists comments were meant to motivate Pacers

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    The Cavaliers hold on to beat the Pacers, preventing a late collapse to protect their home court advantage. The 25-point halftime deficit tied for the largest of James' postseason career, matching the time the San Antonio Spurs dominated him and the Cavs in the 2007 NBA Finals.
  • Who Should Be The Doctor's New Companion?

    Who Should Be The Doctor's New Companion?

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    It looks like the BBC more than likely won't be putting a woman in the Tardis anytime soon, though that hasn't stopped fans from speculating who will be taking over from Capaldi when he leaves the long running show this year. Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge is now the bookies' favourite to take the job, while actresses including Natalie Dormer, Olivia Colman and Tilda Swinton have also been mentioned in the casting rumours.
  • Who Will Replace Bill O'Reilly on Fox News?

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    Men place boards over a poster of former cable news host Bill O'Reilly outside of the Fox News offices in NY on April 20, 2017. Gabe Sherman did a great job on MSNBC of breaking down the management failure at Fox News from top to bottom. A Black clerical worker says she was the victim of "sexual and racial harassment" after O'Reilly referred to her as "hot chocolate" in 2008. In a cagey interview on CNN on Thursday, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin declined to give a direct answer when ...
  • Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappuccino leaves U.S. public perplexed

    Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappuccino leaves U.S. public perplexed

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    From the sour sprinkles on the sweet vanilla whip cream to what might be mango syrup and could be strawberry milk (things get a little unsafe the deeper down this rabbit hole you go), Starbucks throws everything they have at you. He has colored powder in his nose and hair, he explained, and spent his shift as a unicorn frap-making machine. My hands are completely sticky! I just wish we were sharing something that would help our bodies instead of hurt it.
  • Missing Tennessee teen found safe, teacher arrested in northern California

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    Tad Cummins , 50, fled with Elizabeth from their small town of Culleoka, Tennessee, on March 13 . According to school records, another student saw Cummins kissing Thomas on the lips in January. Barry noted that Cummins tried to head for Black Bear Ranch Commune which is located nearby, but apparently it didn't work out and Cummins came back for the cabin.
  • Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea FC Dominate PFA Best XI of the Season

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    As a result of their fine form, Pochettino's men have closed to within four points of Chelsea who are top of the Premier League with six matches to play. He has proved to be a key member for Spurs this term, bagging 12 goals and four assists to his name in the league with five goals in his last four games.
  • Mets activate closer Jeurys Familia after 15-game suspension

    Mets activate closer Jeurys Familia after 15-game suspension

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    Manager Terry Collins said Tuesday that the Mets weren't planning for Familia to make another appearance in the minors before returning to the majors on Thursday. "I feel happy to be back and for the support from the fans". "It's more anxious to get back in and help my team win". "I'm very happy to be back with this team", he said.
  • UK's Jeremy Corbyn Vows to Beat 'Cosy Cartel' of the Rich

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    MPs voted overnight by a resounding 522 to 13 to back May's call for an election, easily surpassing the two-thirds majority in the 650-seat House of Commons needed to trigger an early vote. Unofficial electioneering kicked off in the weekly Prime Minister's Questions session in the House of Commons , as May traded barbs with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
  • GJD wins Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2017

    GJD wins Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2017

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    Today (21 April), on Her Majesty the Queens 91st birthday, 176 Queen's Awards have been announced, with Carillion being just one of 11 recipients in the sustainable development category. 'Having successfully commercialized ACT for one specific waste stream in the United Kingdom, we are now working with some of the largest businesses in the world, including HeidelbergCement, Shell, LafargeHolcim, Saint Gobain and ArcelorMittal, to commercialize ACT throughout Europe, North America and Asia'.