Justin Bieber has onstage meltdown over screaming fans, gets booed

Justin Bieber stormed off stage during his concert in Manchester, England, on Sunday night when the audience failed to listen to his talking between songs.
The 22-year-old singer was performing to a packed out audience at the Manchester Arena, marking the last of three concerts in the city as part of his Purpose World Tour.
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Ohio museum's sale of antiquities from Egypt draws criticism

TOLEDO, Ohio -- Ohio's Toledo Museum of Art is selling 68 antiquities from its collection, a move drawing criticism from a nationally known archaeologist and Egyptian officials.
The Blade newspaper reports about half the items are from Egypt.
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Screen legend Streep says singing badly required work

Oscar-winner Meryl Streep had to learn how to "screw around" with songs when she played a tone-deaf socialite, she told reporters in Japan on Monday.
Streep, whose latest work "Florence Foster Jenkins" opens the Tokyo International Film Festival, has an enviable musical pedigree, but had to tamp down her skills when she took on the lead role.
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Notorious B.C. killer Kelly Ellard gets pregnant in jail

She is one of B.C.’s best-known killers – found guilty of brutally beating and drowning a teenage girl under a Victoria bridge in 1997.
Now Kelly Marie Ellard is about to become a mother.
Despite serving a life sentence in prison for killing 14-year-old Reena Virk, Ellard is now about eight months pregnant, Postmedia News has learned.
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Japan animation auteur Hosoda sees beasts in child's growth

TOKYO -- Time warps, half-bestial children and parallel worlds are, for Mamoru Hosoda, a natural way to pursue the universal coming-of-age story that has driven all his movies.
"A child growing up is fascinating and stunning, a true wonder of the world," the burly but friendly Japanese animation director said recently in an interview at his suburban Tokyo Chizu Studio.
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Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales gain 0.8 per cent in August

OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says wholesale sales gained 0.8 per cent to $56.8 billion in August, boosted by the miscellaneous and machinery, equipment and supplies subsectors.
Economists had expected a gain of 0.6 per cent, according to Thomson Reuters.
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Model Emily Ratajkowski gets cheeky in sexy new photos

Emily Ratajkowski is embracing the motto: if you've got it, flaunt it.
The model/actress showed off her assets by posting new photos of her rear end to Instagram on Sunday.
The cheeky shots, which were taken on a beach in Malibu, Calif.
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Hollywood stars on board flight that makes emergency landing in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- An American Airlines flight from Nashville to Los Angeles with two Hollywood stars on board made an emergency landing in Little Rock after a suspicious odour was reported in the cabin.
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Terrifying, heart-rending, defeating: Ten hours on the border with one Latina agent

A dispatcher's voice crackled over the scanner, and Raquel Medina turned up the sound. Traffic north of the river. An agent had spotted footprints in the dirt.
Medina gunned the engine of her green and white U.S.
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Dreams do come true: Smithsonian's Ruby slippers project passes $300K goal

Smithsonian officials are "over the rainbow" after reaching their fundraising goal to help preserve the ruby slippers from The Wizard Oz.
The Smithsonian launched a Kickstarter campaign last week to raise $300,000 US to help preserve the slippers that whisked Dorothy back to Kansas at the end of the movie.
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Earlier this month, a Montana man who repeatedly raped his 12-year-old daughter was sentenced to 60 days in jail.
On Friday, a California man who repeatedly raped his daughter when she was a teenager was sentenced to 1,503 years in prison.
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Green companies say Alberta's target for renewable energy should be law

EDMONTON -- Green energy groups have joined an environmental think tank in calling on the Alberta government to legislate firm targets for renewable power.
The Pembina Institute and a number of green energy firms say in a letter to Premier Rachel Notley and others in her government that the province has shown strong leadership in its Climate Leadership Plan.
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