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kelly rowland talks potential destiny's child biopic


the magnitude of bet’s epic, three-night miniseries the new edition story has die-hard destiny’s child fans craving a closer look into the success of one of the best groups of all time, but according to alumna kelly rowland, it may be a while before that happens.read: crew love: how ‘the new edition story’ made a band of brothersin an interview with essence, the chasing destiny creator shared her thoughts on seeing the trajectory of her career play out on screen. “it’s not just my story. it’s other characters that are connected to it,” she began. “i respect everyone that’s involved in our story, so it depends on how it’s told.”read: ‘the new edition story’ becomes bet’s highest rated premiere in five yearsthe “motivation” singer confirms that the ladies have an incredible story to tell, bu






'resident evil: the final chapter' and 'split' showdown at weekend box office


captionnatalie portman on the importance of the infamous pink dress in 'jackie'for her role as jackie kennedy, natalie portman says, "it's not a fashion story," but the clothes do tell a story.for her role as jackie kennedy, natalie portman says, "it's not a fashion story," but the clothes do tell a story.






viola davis reminds hollywood 'i have a story that needs to be told'


"sometimes, i feel like i'm forced to remind people that i look different," said davis. "i saw an absence of people that look like me. "it becomes a knee- response to write narratives and present a homogenized story. i want to tell people that we, in the past, have not been invited to the party," davis continued. "it is intentional. "but when i do say it, i'm not saying it to put myself on the outside. it's not to be ultra-political. it's just to raise my hand and say, 'are you aware that i'm here? and that i'm ual and i have my own beauty and i have a story that needs to be told.'"






met police investigating 255 football child abuse claims


image copyrightthinkstockthe metropolitan police service is investigating 255 separate allegations of non-recent abuse at football clubs in london.the force said the allegations are connected to 77 clubs or teams.the list includes all five london-based teams in the premier league and three in the championship.det ch supt ivan balhatchet said: "the met takes all allegations seriously, and specialist officers will work through the information".the scandal e to light after a number of former footballers e forward publicly to tell their stories.five in the premier leaguethree championship clubsthree clubs in leagues one and twosixty-six other named clubs including non-league or non-professional or amateur teamsthe national police chiefs council revealed earlier this month it had received more






met police investigating 255 football child abuse claims


image copyrightthinkstockthe metropolitan police service is investigating 255 separate allegations of non-recent abuse at football clubs in london.the force said the allegations are connected to 77 clubs or teams.the list includes all five london-based teams in the premier league and three in the championship.det ch supt ivan balhatchet said: "the met takes all allegations seriously, and specialist officers will work through the information".the scandal e to light after a number of former footballers e forward publicly to tell their stories.five in the premier leaguethree championship clubsthree clubs in leagues one and twosixty-six other named clubs including non-league or non-professional or amateur teamsthe national police chiefs council revealed earlier this month it had received more






teenager: so lonely 'i wanted to die'


a teenager explains how loneliness made her want to take her own life as the charity childline says it's received 3,000 calls from children - some as young as 10 - seeking counselling since april last year.produced by phoebe frieze.many parents 'never talk about mental health' to children' ting' teenagers risk depression, says psychiatristedward mallen: parents not told of teen's suicidal thoughtsteen depression 'linked to sleep'






rt news (russia today)


rt is a 24/7 english-language news channel. we are set to show you how any story can be another story altogether. broadcasting over six continents and 100 countries, our coverage focuses on international headlines, giving an innovative angle set to challenge viewers worldwide. the channel is government-funded but shapes its editorial policy free from political and commercial influence. our dedicated team of news professionals unites young talent and household names in the world of broadcast journalism. we're here to bring you another story.






pixelmon: story mode jungle go


seek pixelmons pumped them to construct a fortress for them. gather all pixelmons. story, kraft items. buy intresno things and skins. dye their pets. become the most powerful in the world of the ball hand pets. features: building- crafting- pixelmons systems- level system - jungle system- pixel ball- pixel world- multiplayerplay right now in the ''pixelmon: story mode jungle go'' and absolutely free together with your friends.






the american serial killer the media won't talk about: kermit gosnell


dr. kermit gosnell was convicted of murdering four people, including three babies, and it is suspected that he also killed hundreds, if not thousands of others in his “house of horrors” abortion clinic. ann mcelhinney and phelim mcaleer join the federalist radio hour to discuss their book, “gosnell: the untold story of america’s most prolific serial killer” and the upcoming film adaptation.“he’d give the women drugs to make them give birth… the babies were born alive and then he would kill them by stabbing them with scissors,” mcaleer said. “he’s in prison because he committed murder… his death toll goes back decades.”mcaleer and mcelhinney have made a dramatic film telling the story and drama of gosnell. “i think we felt a documentary wouldn’t have the same penetration in terms of story,






how tiny gnome homes made a huge impact


do you believe in fairies?most of us would laugh and say, “of course not,” but wouldn’t it be wonderful to be given a reason to pause and wonder?those who visited overland park in kansas for a period of time had that chance, and if you look around the woods near you, tiny mysteries might be waiting.full story at great big story.good news. posted by kate rinsema






trump sacks defiant attorney general


donald trump sacks the acting us attorney general after she questions the legality of his immigration banthis breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. please refresh the page for the fullest version.if you want to receive breaking news alerts via email, or on a smartphone or tablet via the news app then details on how to do so are available on this help page. you can also follow @ breaking on twitter to get the latest alerts.






francois fillon and wife questioned over payment row


image copyrightreutersimage caption francois fillon (right) said he was "outraged by the contempt and misogyny" in the claims french police have interviewed presidential candidate francois fillon and his wife penelope over claims she was paid for fake work, media report.last week investigators began a preliminary inquiry into reports she earned €500,000 ($534,000; £428,000) as her husband's istant in parliament.le canard enchaine newspaper has questioned how much work she did for the money between 1998 and 2012.both the centre-right candidate and his welsh-born wife deny any wrongdoing.mr fillon said last week he was "outraged by the contempt and misogyny" in the story.he also said that he wanted to be heard by the investigators. the 62-year-old candidate for the right-wing republicans par






francois fillon and wife questioned over payment row


image copyrightreutersimage caption francois fillon (right) said he was "outraged by the contempt and misogyny" in the claims french police have interviewed presidential candidate francois fillon and his wife penelope over claims she was paid for fake work, media report.last week investigators began a preliminary inquiry into reports she earned €500,000 ($534,000; £428,000) as her husband's istant in parliament.le canard enchaine newspaper has questioned how much work she did for the money between 1998 and 2012.both the centre-right candidate and his welsh-born wife deny any wrongdoing.mr fillon said last week he was "outraged by the contempt and misogyny" in the story.he also said that he wanted to be heard by the investigators. the 62-year-old candidate for the right-wing republicans par






are you an immigrant? we want to hear your story


president trump has issued an executive order suspending refugee arrivals and banning travel to the u.s. from several muslim-majority countries. already, an unknown number of airline p engers have been turned away from u.s.-bound flights.kellyanne conway, who ran trump’s paign and is now a counselor to the president, praised him as a “man of action.”“promises made, promises kept. shock to the system. and he's just getting started,” she said on twitter.many opponents of the move say it calls into question core american values. the american civil liberties union and other advocacy groups have filed a suit on behalf of two iraqis detained at john f. kennedy airport in new york.are you an immigrant to the united states? we want to hear your story. how do you feel about actions the new presiden






evening standard editor sarah sands moves to today programme


image copyrightradio 4 websiteimage caption sarah sands will join the programme later this year london evening standard editor sarah sands is to replace james angus as the editor of radio 4's flagship today programme.sands will be the second woman to take the helm of the news and current affairs programme.dame jenny abramsky was the first when she was appointed in 1986."sarah will leave with our very best wishes for her new role," evening standard owner evgeny lebedev said. sands will join today later this year.sands added: "i am grateful to evgeny for his support of this newspaper and guarding it against all the headwinds of the industry. "it has been an absolute pleasure to work for him and to be part of a first-rate professional team."follow us on facebook, on twitter @ newsents, or on






chile forest fires: 43 detained for suspected arson


chilean authorities have detained more than 40 people for their "possible responsibility" in causing deadly forest fires in southern and central chile, president michelle bachelet says. at least 11 people have been killed and several thousand left homeless by the fires, which have raged across large sections of the country for nearly two weeks. richard forrest reports.chile's worst wildfire destroys town as help arriveschile forest fires: troops join fight against worst fires in decadeschile forest fires: death toll now rises to six






‘jughead' the deer freed from plastic pretzel container


jughead had been wandering around a harford county, maryland subdivision since jan. 17 with a plastic pretzel container stuck over its head.(p o: paul peditto, maryland dnr)maryland - a deer with its head t ped in a plastic pretzel container was freed by wildlife officials sunday. the deer, nicknamed "jughead" has been wandering around a harford county, md., subdivision since jan. 17 with a plastic pretzel container stuck over its head.apparently the deer had been trying to lick residual salt out of the container, but ended up in a life-threatening dilemma.just after dar sunday, maryland wildlife workers were able to capture "jughead" after drugging the deer with a tranquilizer dart.wusa'jughead' the deer continues to elude rescuers in md.after knocking jughead out, rescuers were able to p






‘jughead' the deer freed from plastic pretzel container


jughead had been wandering around a harford county, maryland subdivision since jan. 17 with a plastic pretzel container stuck over its head.(p o: paul peditto, maryland dnr)maryland - a deer with its head t ped in a plastic pretzel container was freed by wildlife officials sunday. the deer, nicknamed "jughead" has been wandering around a harford county, md., subdivision since jan. 17 with a plastic pretzel container stuck over its head.apparently the deer had been trying to lick residual salt out of the container, but ended up in a life-threatening dilemma.just after dar sunday, maryland wildlife workers were able to capture "jughead" after drugging the deer with a tranquilizer dart.wusa'jughead' the deer continues to elude rescuers in md.after knocking jughead out, rescuers were able to p






beautiful webs of homemade noodles in the making


a noodle seems like the simplest of foods, beyond what we can pick off a tree, but observing the incredible process of creating china’s thread-thin suo noodles will change your view forever.it takes sixteen hours for lin an and his wife to produce a single batch, which stretches like so many spiderwebs across the yard.talk about slow food.full story at great big story via likecool.a taste of traditional food preparation. posted by kate rinsema






america always knew the emmett till story was a lie


emmett till's killersaproy bryant, left, and john w. milam during their trial in sumner, miss., sept. 23, 1955. acquitted by an all-white jury, the two men would eventually admit to the murder of emmett till after being paid for their story by look magazine.roy bryant, left, and john w. milam during their trial in sumner, miss., sept. 23, 1955. acquitted by an all-white jury, the two men would eventually admit to the murder of emmett till after being paid for their story by look magazine. (ap)






theresa may does 'not agree' with us ban on refugees


theresa may does "not agree" with donald trump's refugee ban and will appeal to the us if it affects british citizens, downing street has said.the prime minister was criticised for refusing to condemn president trump's executive order on urday.it halted all refugee admissions and has temporarily barred people from seven muslim-majority countries. at an earlier news conference in turkey, mrs may said it was up to the us to decide its own policy.this breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. please refresh the page for the fullest version.if you want to receive breaking news alerts via email, or on a smartphone or tablet via the news app then details on how to do so are available on this help page. you can also follow @ breaking on twitter to get the la






francois fillon and wife questioned over payment row


image copyrightafpimage caption mr fillon (left) and his wife (right) were interviewed by police specialising in financial crime french police have interviewed presidential candidate francois fillon and his wife penelope over claims she was paid for fake work.they provided information that would help find the "truth", mr fillon said.last week investigators began a preliminary inquiry into reports she earned €500,000 ($534,000; £428,000) as her husband's parliamentary istant.le canard enchaine newspaper has questioned how much work she did for the money between 1998 and 2012.both the centre-right candidate and his welsh-born wife deny any wrongdoing.in a statement, he said that the information they provided to police would prove the work done by mrs fillon.mr fillon said last week he was "o






senate to vote on moving forward on trump's secretary of state nomination


secretary of state-designate rex tillerson testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing before the senate foreign relations committee.(p o: steve helber, ap)the senate is set monday to vote on moving forward on president trump's nomination of rex tillerson to lead the state department. the procedural vote is expected to allow up to 30 hours of debate.tillerson won the backing of the senate foreign relations committee last week when it voted 11-10 along party lines to send his nomination to the full senate.usa todaysenate panel approves rex tillerson for secretary of statethe former exxon ceo's nomination for the secretary of state post has been controversial because of his close dealings with russian president vladimir putin, and his long career at the oil giant cutt






quebec mosque attack suspect charged with murders


image copyrightfacebookimage caption a picture circulated by local media of a man identified as alexandre bissonnette canadian police have charged a french-canadian student over the fatal shooting of six muslim worshippers at a mosque in quebec. alexandre bissonnette was charged with six counts of first-degree murder and five of attempted murder.the 27-year-old is due to appear in quebec city court over sunday evening's attack, during evening prayers at the quebec islamic cultural centre.vigils are being held across canada to commemorate those killed and injured.media captionprime minister justin trudeau: "they were robbed of their lives in an act of brutal violence"five people are still in hospital with injuries and another 12 people with minor injuries were treated and released, said hos






mp zahawi says trump order banning him from us is 'demeaning and sad'


tory mp nadhim zahawi has said the executive order from president trump bans him from the us and makes him feel discriminated against for the first time since he was a child.speaking on the andrew marr show, he described the policy as "cruel" - and said he hoped mr trump would change his mind.theresa may does 'not agree' with us ban on refugeestrump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations






mp zahawi says trump order banning him from us is 'demeaning and sad'


tory mp nadhim zahawi has said the executive order from president trump bans him from the us and makes him feel discriminated against for the first time since he was a child.speaking on the andrew marr show, he described the policy as "cruel" - and said he hoped mr trump would change his mind.may criticised over response to us immigration clampdowntrump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations






the band peace supports calls to stop groping at gigs


a teenage who has been repeatedly groped while watching bands wants action against offenders.amy baker, 17, from southampton, who has waived her right to anonymity, says she has "had enough" of being ually aulted by men at gigs. harry koisser from the band peace says he has made sure their security team is fully aware of the issue. inside out west midlands features this story at 19:30 gmt on one on monday 30 january. it will be available afterwards on iplayer.information and advice on these issues is available here.these young women are fighting against groping at gigs






this time-lapse captures the awe-inspiring power of lava flowing into the ocean:


any seasoned landscape p og her can tell you that the moment spent actually pressing the shutter is just the tip of the iceberg – hours and even days are spent planning, getting into position and waiting for the right conditions. so the story behind jack fusco's impressive new time-lapse, 61g ocean entry, might be familiar to landscape p o veterans.fusco and team traveled to hawaii's big island hoping to capture a somewhat rare occurrence: lava flowing into the pacific ocean from kilauea volcano. the goal was to capture a time-lapse of the stars along with the spectacular light show created by the flowing lava meeting ocean water.if you watch the video above and you'll see that fusco's mission was a success, but the behind-the-scenes story is equally fascinating. a rainy forecast and logis






mp zahawi says trump order banning him from us is 'demeaning and sad'


tory mp nadhim zahawi has said the executive order from president trump bans him from the us and makes him feel discriminated against for the first time since he was a child.speaking on the andrew marr show, he described the policy as "cruel" - and said he hoped mr trump would change his mind.boris johnson: us immigration order divisive and wrongtrump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations






canoe in m1 outside lane stops traffic flow


image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption the canoe was found in the outside lane of the m1 part of the m1 was brought to a standstill as traffic officers removed a canoe from the outside lane.described as "unusual debris" by highways england, it was found on the southbound carriageway between junctions 30 and 29a in derbyshire.fortunately there were no accidents and it was moved by 09:00 gmt having been there for 30 minutes.it is thought to have fallen off a car roof and has since been reunited with its owner.sightings of the canoe provoked surprise on social media.anthony temperton tweeted: "anyone lost a canoe?! last seen overtaking everyone on m1 j30 this morning."image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption traffic backed up on the southbound carriagew






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






ollie the bobcat on the loose in d.c. after escaping national zoo


ollie the bobcat has escaped from the national zoo(p o: national zoo)washington — officials are searching for a female bobcat they say has escaped from the national zoo.ollie, a 25 pound female bobcat, was last seen in her enclosure around 7:30 a.m. monday. around 10:40 a.m., zoo keepers called the bobcats for their morning feeding and ollie did not respond.animal care staff searched and have not found ollie.officials believe that she may return to her familiar grounds for food and shelter. zoo staff are keeping the area around the bobcat exhibit closed because the bobcat will likely stay hidden from humans. ollie is wild born and estimated to be almost seven years old.according to the zoo, bobcats are not known to be aggressive to humans.if spotted, don't approach ollie and call the zoo a






ollie the bobcat on the loose in d.c. after escaping national zoo


ollie the bobcat has escaped from the national zoo(p o: national zoo)washington — officials are searching for a female bobcat they say has escaped from the national zoo.ollie, a 25 pound female bobcat, was last seen in her enclosure around 7:30 a.m. monday. around 10:40 a.m., zoo keepers called the bobcats for their morning feeding and ollie did not respond.animal care staff searched and have not found ollie.officials believe that she may return to her familiar grounds for food and shelter. zoo staff are keeping the area around the bobcat exhibit closed because the bobcat will likely stay hidden from humans. ollie is wild born and estimated to be almost seven years old.according to the zoo, bobcats are not known to be aggressive to humans.if spotted, don't approach ollie and call the zoo a






brazilian tycoon eike batista held in corruption probe


image copyrightreutersimage caption eike batista was taken to the ary franco prison in rio de janeiro a business tycoon who was once brazil's richest man has turned himself in to police after landing in rio de janeiro on a flight from new york.police had issued an arrest warrant for eike batista on thursday but did not find him at his rio mansion.he is accused of paying bribes to officials in rio de janeiro's state government, which he denies. before boarding the plane, mr batista said he was returning to brazil to clear his name.mr batista was declared a fugitive by brazilian officials after police raided his estate in rio de janeiro and found he had left for new york just hours earlier. south america business correspondent daniel gallas says there was much speculation on whether mr bati






canoe in m1 fast lane stops traffic flow


image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption the canoe was found in the outside lane of the m1 part of the m1 was brought to a standstill as traffic officers removed a canoe from the fast lane.described as "unusual debris" by highways england, it was found on the southbound carriageway between junctions 30 and 29a in derbyshire.fortunately there were no accidents and it was moved by 09:00 gmt having been there for 30 minutes.it is thought to have fallen off a car roof and has since been reunited with its owner.sightings of the canoe provoked surprise on social media.anthony temperton tweeted: "anyone lost a canoe?! last seen overtaking everyone on m1 j30 this morning."image copyrighthighways agency/crown copyrightimage caption traffic backed up on the southbound carriageway






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap)berlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to whom we largely owe our free






nicholas soames mp 'woofs' at tasmina ahmed-sheikh mp


sir nicholas soames has apologised for woofing at a fellow mp in the house of commons.tasmina ahmed-sheikh was questioning foreign secretary boris johnson over the government's reaction to the us travel ban when the incident occurred.tory mp soames sorry for 'woofing' at tasmina ahmed-sheikhshetland pensioner fined over letters to mp tasmina ahmed-sheikh






women's prize for fiction: baileys withdraws sponsorship


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption previous winners include chimamanda ngozi adichie, zadie smith and lionel shriver baileys is to withdraw its sponsorship of the women's prize for fiction.the company said it "regretfully decided to make way for a new sponsor" in order to work on new global projects.baileys will still sponsor this year's award but the prize will search for a new commercial partner from 2018.syl saller, chief marketing officer at diageo, which owns baileys, said: "it has been an honour to champion the very best fiction written by women."she added the company would now look to increase its promotional activities "across both english and non-english speaking markets"."we look forward to making 2017 an exceptional year. baileys will remain a staunch advocate for the priz






after trump's immigration ban, people flood social media with tales of stranded


a screens of a woman's tweet in which she says a friend's father won't be able to return to the united states.(p o: usa today)people are sharing stories of family and friends stranded all over the world as a result of president trump's temporary ban on immigrants.on twitter, people posted tales of stranded students in iran, visitors abroad unable to return home and canceled visits with family.the executive order signed friday halts the flow of all refugees into the united states for 120 days, places an indefinite suspension on those coming from syria and bans for three months residents coming seven predominantly muslim countries.usa todaytrump refugee ban blocks migrants from boarding jets, leads to airport detentionsthe american-arab anti-discrimination committee has received more than 1,






after trump's immigration ban, people flood social media with tales of stranded


a screens of a woman's tweet in which she says a friend's father won't be able to return to the united states.(p o: usa today)people are sharing stories of family and friends stranded all over the world as a result of president trump's temporary ban on immigrants.on twitter, people posted tales of stranded students in iran, visitors abroad unable to return home and canceled visits with family.the executive order signed friday halts the flow of all refugees into the united states for 120 days, places an indefinite suspension on those coming from syria and bans for three months residents coming seven predominantly muslim countries.usa todaytrump refugee ban blocks migrants from boarding jets, leads to airport detentionsthe american-arab anti-discrimination committee has received more than 1,






coffee and brains on menu at malvern hills repair café


from broken toasters and lamps to laptops, umbrellas and torn clothing - meet the team that will try to fix it.the volunteers at malvern hills repair café offer their time and expertise for free to people who would otherwise have thrown away gadgets and belongings which no longer work. the team meets 11 times a year at the friends meeting house in malvern. there's no charge, but the public's asked for a donation for anything they fix.the groups giving old tech a new lifewhere many of our electronic goods go to die






germany: six teens dead in bavaria after party in a garden shed


image copyrightafp/getty imagesimage caption a german policeman at the entrance to the area where the bodies were found six teenagers have been found dead in germany after a party in a garden shed.the bodies were discovered on sunday in the bavarian town of arnstein in central germany. they were all aged between 18 and 19, police say the cause of the deaths is unclear, but that there are no initial indications of a violent crime. the youths were found by the owner of the shed. he was looking for his children, who had not reappeared after the party the night before.






germany: six teens dead in bavaria after party in a garden shed


image copyrightafp/getty imagesimage caption a german policeman at the entrance to the area where the bodies were found six teenagers have been found dead in germany after a party in a garden shed.the bodies were discovered on sunday in the bavarian town of arnstein in central germany. they were all aged between 18 and 19, police say the cause of the deaths is unclear, but that there are no initial indications of a violent crime. the youths were found by the owner of the shed. he was looking for his children, who had not reappeared after the party the night before.






mario story: craft mode


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berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap) 9 connectlinkedinemailmoreberlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to w






berlin mayor to trump: 'don’t build this wall'


protesters of the environmental organization greenpeace display placards showing a part of a slogan at the berlin wall memorial in berlin, germany, on jan. 20, 2017.(p o: michael sohn, ap) 53 connectlinkedinemailmoreberlin — the mayor of berlin is calling on u.s. president donald trump not to build a wall along the border with mexico.berlin was divided by a wall from 1961 until 1989. it was built by the socialist dictatorship in east germany to stop its citizens from escaping to the west, becoming a potent symbol of cold war oppression.mayor michael mueller said friday that “we berliners know best how much suffering the division of a continent, cemented by barbed wire and concrete, caused.”he said berliners “mustn’t simply accept that all our historical experience is discarded by those to