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Who Do You Love? (R3hab Remix) Seconds Of Summer

Who Do You Love? (R3hab Remix) The Chainsmokers ft. 5 Seconds Of Summer. -. Listen. -. Listen. -. Buy. -. Listen. -. Listen. -. Watch. -. Listen. Always Send Me To This Retailer Full story

Utrecht shooting: Turkish man admits killing three News

Image caption Gokmen Tanis was known to police before he was arrested on Monday in connection with the shooting. A man has admitted to killing three people on a tram in Utrecht and said he acted alone, Dutch prosecutors say. Turkish-born Gokmen Tanis, 37, also injured five others and was arrested on Monday after a city-wide manhunt. He is suspected of carrying out the attack with terrorist motives, but police are also exploring "family ... Full story

Australians evacuate homes as cyclones Trevor and Veronica approach

Image caption Satellite imagery shows Cyclone Trevor approaching the northeast state of Queensland. Thousands of Australians have been forced to evacuate their homes in preparation for two potentially devastating cyclones. Over the weekend, Cyclone Trevor will hit the north while Cyclone Veronica will strike the country's west coast. Destructive winds are expected, while heavy rains and large waves threaten to cause severe flooding. Experts say ... Full story

Ben Stiller and Ellen Play '5 Second Rule'

Ellen and Ben Stiller went head to head in a hilarious game of "5 Second Rule!" Full story

Yook Sungjae Becomes BTOB’s New Leader

BTOB’s youngest member Yook Sungjae is now the group’s leader! On March 21, the group held a broadcast on V Live and played a game again to determine who their third generation leader will be. Last August when Eunkwang was heading to the army for his mandatory military service, BTOB played a game where they spun a wheel to pick their next leader, and Minhyuk was chosen. At the time, they also spun the wheel to pick their next “ maknae ,” which ... Full story

Two men arrested over Birmingham mosque hammer attacks News

Birmingham & Black Country Image caption The windows of the Jam-E-Masjid Qiblah Hadhrat Sahib Gulhar Shareef are now boarded up after the attacks. Two men have been arrested in relation to a series of attacks on mosques in Birmingham. Five mosques had their windows smashed on Thursday and a 34-year-old man from Perry Barr has handed himself into a police station. A 38-year-old man from Yardley was arrested earlier after being detained by ... Full story

Danny Ocean Track-by-Track Debut Album ‘54+1’ Breakdown

Danny Ocean’s favorite way to create music is in small places with his speakers and keyboards, not in a recording studio with all the high-end recording equipment and digital gadgets. In fact, his best songs were all mostly born in his bedroom with its small window overlooking the mountains in Caracas, Venezuela. That’s just his vibe. Now, from his room to the world, the Venezuelan artist presents his debut album, 54+1 , which honors the ... Full story

tvN confirms a second season of 'Kang's Kitchen'

' Kang's Kitchen 2 ' is coming soon! On March 22, reports stated the second season of 'Kang's Kitchen' is scheduled to film in May and air in June. In response, a rep of tvN stated to DongA , "It's true we're preparing 'Kang's Kitchen 2' but nothing is yet confirmed about the first filming date, etc.". 'Kang's Kitchen' is a spinoff of ' New Journey to the West .' In the first season, the members Kang Ho Dong , Lee Soo Geun , Song Min Ho , Ahn ... Full story

6 Young Women Fighting for Water Access Around the World

Autumn Peltier, 13-year-old water advocate from the Anishinaabe tribe of Canada, addresses the event to launch the International Decade for Action titled “Water for Sustainable Development 2018–2028.". Why Global Citizens Should Care. Women risk their lives on a daily basis to provide water for their communities. Access to clean water and sanitation for all must be achieved by 2030. You can join us and take action on this issue here . When a ... Full story

Hull student's death 'potential homicide' - BBC News

Image caption Libby Squire was last seen in the early hours of 1 February. The death of Hull student Libby Squire is being treated as "a potential homicide", Humberside Police has said. The 21-year-old's body was found in the Humber estuary on Wednesday, seven weeks after she went missing following a night out on 1 February. Detectives said she could have been killed but "would not be releasing results of a post-mortem examination for ... Full story