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Logan Paul could be making a comeback to YouTube this week

Could Logan already be making a comeback? (Picture: YouTube) Logan Paul told fans he was taking a break from YouTube after his ‘suicide forest’ video sparked huge controversy. But less than three weeks later, it seems the shamed vlogger could be making a comeback already. One seriously eagle-eyed fan has noticed some details in YouTuber Mike Maljak’s latest video which ...

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Florida mall explosion: Manhunt under way after pipe bombs detonated in shopping centre

A manhunt is under way after two pipe bombs exploded at a shopping centre, police in Florida said. No one was hurt and no shoppers were near the devices when they detonated at the Eagle Ridge Mall in Lake Wales, around 30 miles east of Tampa. The mall was evacuated following the explosions, which went off at around 5.30pm in ...

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The way Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton pose for photographs says a lot about their personalities, expert claims

The way in which Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton pose for photographs says volumes about their different personalities, according to a body language expert.  Meghan Markle has only recently begun making official appearances as a future member of the royal family.  However, the humanitarian and former Suits actress has already made quite an impression on the British public for her ...

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Flow Festival 2018: Kendrick Lamar, Patti Smith, St Vincent and Bonobo all set to perform

Helsinki’s annual Flow Festival has announced a mouthwatering first wave of acts for its 2018 event.  The music festival will host Kendrick Lamar as its first headline, along with major acts such as Patti Smith, St Vincent, Grizzly Bear, Bonobo, Alma, Sigrid, Mura Masa, Brockhampton, DJ Helena Hauff, and Mura Masa.  Flow Festival takes place at Suvilahti in Helsinki, Finland, ...

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Arsenal chief executive flies in to Dortmund for Aubameyang talks: Monday's transfer news and rumours

Arsenal will welcome Henrikh Mkhitaryan to the club imminently with the deal set to be announced on Monday after Alexis Sanchez was caught pictured in a Manchester United kit on Sunday. The pair are the subject of an extraordinary swap deal between the two Premier League giants as Arsenal look to reinvigorate their front line. And another player believed to ...

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Facebook to open digital training hubs in Europe

Facebook said on Monday it will open three new centres in Europe to train people in digital skills and committed to training one million people over the next two years, part of the social media giant’s drive to show its contribution to the bloc. The US company – which has faced regulatory pressure in Europe over issues ranging from privacy ...

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Øya Festival announces Kendrick Lamar, Arcade Fire and Wolf Alice for its 2018 event

If you missed out on tickets to his massive DAMN. tour, don’t fret: Kendrick Lamar appears to be playing just about every great music festival in Europe this year.  Following the announcement that the hip hop star will be performing at Flow Festival in Helsinki, it was revealed that he will also be playing Øya Festival, which takes place in Oslo, Norway.  ...

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Game of Thrones: Peter Dinklage is glad the show is ending 'before it jumps the shark'

Though Game of Thrones fans may be a little morose with the show’s finale coming in 2019, Peter Dinklage thinks the right decision was made. The actor, who plays beloved fan favourite Tyrion Lannister, seems ready to move on to other projects, certainly; his latest film, Reed Morano’s I Think We’re Alone Now, just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.  ...

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Bookmaker shares plunge after report FOBT maximum stake could be slashed from £100 to £2

Shares in bookmakers plunged in early trading on Monday after a report over the weekend that the maximum stake on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals is set to be slashed to just £2 in a bid to crack down on problem gambling. Last October, the Government announced that it was taking drastic measures to protect vulnerable customers from the machines, by ...

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'Pro-white' US town manager in favour of racial segregation refuses to resign over Islamophobic views

Not many people have heard of Jackman, a small Maine town of fewer than 1,000 people not far from the Canadian border. That was until this week, when media outlets began publishing stories about Jackman’s town manager, a 37-year-old transplant from Arizona who seemed unequivocal about his views that Islam has no place in the Western world and, as he told ...

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