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The explosion shattered coaches and set cars on fire, leaving a trail of bodies, as the convoy waited in rebel territory near Aleppo, the BBC reported. The Syrian Civil Defense in Aleppo province, also known as the White Helmets, said their volunteers pulled at least 100 bodies from the site of the explosion.
  • Premier League clubs enjoy record revenues but suffer losses

    Premier League clubs enjoy record revenues but suffer losses

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    Rising costs including wage bills helped push the figure into the red after two years of profits. Manchester United and Manchester City were responsible for more than half the revenue rise. "A team like Manchester City , of course, you expect them to fight for the Champions League, you expect them to be close for the title race", said the Frenchman, according to the Mirror.
  • Former Eng global Ugo dies

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    The tribute on the official @ England Twitter account read: "We're devastated to hear the news that Ugo Ehiogu has passed away". The football community has paid tribute to former England defender Ugo Ehiogu following his sudden death.
  • Margot Robbie to in talks to play Queen Elizabeth

    Margot Robbie to in talks to play Queen Elizabeth

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    British theatrical director Josie Burke is slated to direct the film for Focus and Working Title from a script penned by Penelope Skinner and Michael Hirst. Milne. "Mary" has yet to be greenlit, but sources say things are headed in the right direction. If a greenlight is given, the film would likely go sometime later this year.
  • Morris Day shares Prince tribute song on death anniversary

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    President Obama, along with the rest of the world, mourned the death of Prince by calling him "a virtuoso instrumentalist, a brilliant bandleader, and an electrifying performer", according to Rolling Stone . Still, the song "Paisley Park" ended up offering the Revolution a beyond-the-grave connection to Prince . Downstairs will see a screening of Purple Rain followed by sets from 2 of Dublin's best known DJs Kelly Anne Byrne and Nialler 9.
  • Fox dumps embattled host over harassment allegations

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    O'Reilly's departure is the second big blow for conservatives' favourite news network in nine months. In a shocking reversal of fortune for one of the most prominent voices in TV news, Bill O'Reilly has been ousted from Fox News Channel amid the firestorm over sexual harassment allegations levelled against the host in recent years.
  • Prince fans mark anniversary of music superstar's death

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    Fans are expected to party like it's 1999 throughout the weekend at concerts and dance parties at Paisley Park and at First Avenue, where scenes from Prince's iconic movie " Purple Rain " were filmed. Lewis said the same thing she later repeated when fans clamored for one more song from the Revolution . "He was a caring person, a giving person, and it just felt like I knew him", she said.
  • Kim Zolciak Is Returning to Real Housewives of Atlanta

    Kim Zolciak Is Returning to Real Housewives of Atlanta

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    She also allegedly made racist comments (e.g. using the N word, said Kandi Burruss lives in the ghetto, disparaging comments about dark skin, etc.) about her cast mates and intimated that she was better than the show. Kim made a surprise appearance on the season 9 finale and she clearly does not see it for Kenya Moore. TMZ is reporting that Kim has signed on to make her return to RHOA this fall for the franchise's tenth season.
  • Horford, Thomas lead Celtics over Bulls in Game 3

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    But the Celtics, rocked this week by the death of star Isaiah Thomas' sister, Chyna, in a one-car accident, responded as the series shifted to Chicago . Rajon Rondo was a big part of the Bull's team this playoff series averaging almost a triple-double with 11.5 points, 10 assists, and 8.5 rebounds per game .
  • Oscar Winner Anne Hathaway Comes Out Of The Cannabis Closet

    Oscar Winner Anne Hathaway Comes Out Of The Cannabis Closet

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    Anne Hathaway has admitted to being a big stoner on national television, and it turns out being a mother is really cramping that style. When Cohen asked why, Hathaway laughed and said, "You know why", referring to her infamous speech. Her speech began with the words, "It came true!" "I felt very uncomfortable", Hathaway toldThe Guardian in October 2016. Then I had to stand up in front of people and feel something I don't feel which is uncomplicated happiness.