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UN tells Britain to end ‘colonial administration’ of Chagos Islands | World News

Britain should end its "colonial administration" of the Chagos Islands and return them to Mauritius within six months, the UN has demanded.The 193-member world body approved...

7 Heinz fun facts to wow your friends with

Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutWhat's the best place to hit the Heinz? Fun facts about the ketchup maker for Memorial DayHeinz is turning 150 this year. Here are some...

Wendy Williams, son Kevin Hunter Jr. hold hands after his arrest

KAT / MEGAWendy Williams and her son are sticking together. The daytime talk show host and 18-year-old Kevin Hunter Jr. stepped out in Washington, D.C., on Thursday holding hands as they made their way through the rain. Their united...

Harrison Ford Remembers ‘Sweet’ Star Wars Costar Peter Mayhew

Harrison Ford Remembers 'Sweet' Star Wars Costar Peter Mayhew | PEOPLE.com ...

Wendy Williams, son Kevin Hunter Jr. hold hands after his arrest

KAT / MEGAWendy Williams and her son are sticking together. The daytime talk show host and 18-year-old Kevin Hunter Jr. stepped out in Washington, D.C., on Thursday holding hands as they made their way through the rain. Their united...

Slain UNCC Student Awarded Purple Heart and Bronze Star

Slain UNCC Student Awarded Purple Heart and Bronze Star | Time ...

After Christchurch, US mosques bulk up security during Ramadan | USA News

New York City - Mohamed Bahi's computer mouse on the screen jumped from one room to the other. It was one day until the start of Ramadan, and he was finalising the new security equipment at the Brooklyn...

Birmingham LGBT lessons row sees 700 pupils sent home as protests shut primary school

OVER 600 pupils have been sent home for their own safety after anti-LGBT protesters stormed a Birmingham primary school. Headteacher Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson was forced to close Anderton Park Primary for the day after protests "escalated significantly" over the past...

Sultan of Brunei returns Oxford degree after backlash to anti-gay laws | World News

The sultan of Brunei has returned an honorary degree awarded to him by Oxford University following a backlash to his proposal of the death penalty for...