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EGYPT: Gunmen Open Fire on Bus Carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt May 26

Twenty-six people were killed when gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt?s Minya province on May 26, according to the Egyptian Ministry of interior. The bus was travelling to the Monastery of St Samuel the Confessor when it came under attack by unidentified militants in four wheel drive vehicles. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Video of the bus was shared on Facebook by the local Minya province government, showing the bloodied interior and smashed windows. Credit: Facebook/Minya Province via Storyful
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Trump still not backing Paris agreement

US President Donald Trump still refuses to back the 2015 Paris agreement to fight climate change, blocking efforts by world leaders meeting in Sicily to get the new leader to endorse the treaty, Italy's prime minister says.
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Clinton attacks proposed Trump budget cuts

Hillary Clinton has hit out at the man who beat her to the White House, slamming as "unimaginable cruelty" President Donald Trump's proposal to cut $3.6 trillion in government spending over the next decade.
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Are Millennials Boosting Live Entertainment?

Millennials are said to be fans of live events and willing to spend up on them. Barron's Next tests out the theory.
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Hillary Clinton rips into Trump

FAILED presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has launched an aggressive attack on Donald Trump in a fiery speech at her former university.
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Johnny Depp Returns With Disney?s Fifth ?Pirates of the Caribbean’

Disney?s ?Pirates of the Caribbean? franchise, which has taken $3.7 billion at the box office worldwide, returns with ?Dead Men Tell No Tales? and Johnny Depp, who?s looking for a much-needed hit. WSJ?s Mark Kelly reports. Image: Walt Disney Studios
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DJ sacked over ‘final solution’ tweet

KATIE Hopkins is leaving the London-based talk radio station LBC after the broadcaster and columnist called for a “final solution” in a tweet following the Manchester bomb attack.
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UK: Hundreds Line Up to be Inked With Manchester Bee May 26

Hundreds of Mancunians waited for hours outside tattoo parlours on Friday, May 26, to be inked with the city?s symbolic worker bee in a gesture of defiance after the concert attack at the start of the week. Tattoo artists announced the appeal shortly after the attack with all money raised going towards the Manchester Arena Victim?s Fund. This footage shows people queuing outside the Holier Than Thou parlour, which was overwhelmed by the demand but said it would offer a free piercing to all those it could not accommodate. The bee is a motif symbolising the city?s work ethic and dates back to the industrial revolution. Credit: Twitter/Gwladys Bonnassie via Storyful
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Nelly’s First Job: Unloading Trucks for McDonald’s

The rapper Nelly worked early mornings for McDonald's when he was in high school to earn money for Homecoming.
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UK: Boris Johnson and Rex Tillerson Sign Book of Condolence for Victims of Manchester Attack May 26

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during his first official visit to London on Friday, May 26. Tillerson was there to officially offer the US government?s condolences for the Manchester Arena attack, in which 22 people were killed. Both men signed a book of condolence for the victims. The visit came after leaks from US officials of information relating to the attack caused concern in London. Tillerson said the US government regretted the leaks and said there would be ?an immediate investigation?. Credit: U.S Department of Defence via Storyful
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