Simeone questions future with Atletico

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone says he will “start thinking” about his future with the club after Saturday’s Champions League final defeat. Atletico lost 5-3 on penalties to Real Madrid after the match at Milan’s San Siro finished 1-1 after extra time. It is the second time in three seasons Simeone’s side have lost to…

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Shipwrecks 'kill up to 700 migrants'

Up to 700 migrants feared dead in three shipwrecks off Libyan coast this week, UN refugee agency says This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. If you want to receive Breaking News alerts via email, or on a smartphone or…

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Rescuers save 19 from inflatable boat

Nineteen people have been rescued from an inflatable boat off the coast of Dymchurch in Kent after it began taking on water. A coastguard helicopter from Lydd and two lifeboats were among those which took part in the rescue operation just before midnight on Saturday. Coastguard rescue teams from Dungeness and Folkestone were also involved.…

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Tory challenge to PM over immigration

Two of the PM’s most senior colleagues have told David Cameron to accept the failure of the government’s manifesto pledge to reduce migration into the UK. Michael Gove and Boris Johnson said the pledge was “corrosive of public trust” while Britain remained in the EU. But Number 10 said their claim was an “attempt to…

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'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's Record Under Fire, But Is It a Memorial Day Rush to Judgment?

Though a recent investigation concluded that the hero willfully distorted his medal count, newly released documents raise other possibilities and shed light on Kyle’s military service. With Memorial Day looming, media outlets are pouncing on the legacy of Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL who wrote the bestselling autobiography that was turned into the blockbuster Clint…

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Iraqi army makes gains in battle with IS

Iraqi government forces have made gains in their offensive to drive Islamic State militants from Falluja – one the country’s two major cities in IS hands. The nearby town of Karma, the first line of IS defence, is now in the army’s hands, a BBC correspondent says. Large numbers of elite combat troops have also…

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Shares First Look at 'Fast and Furious 8' Character

1:57 PM PDT 5/28/2016 by Hilary Lewis Hobbs appears to be going dark in the latest installment of the franchise, currently filming. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is breaking more news via his social media accounts, revealing a first look at his Fast and Furious character Hobbs’ darker look for the upcoming eighth film in the…

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Late-Night Lately: Corden's Rap Battles, Kimmel's 'Baby Bachelorette', Trump/Sanders Debate

James Corden invited Neighbors 2 stars Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen to join him in a Lion King musical performed on an L.A. crosswalk Wednesday. Byrne was extremely excited about the performance and was cast as both Nala and Timon. Rogen, however, was relegated to the role of “scenery, trees, birds, rocks” and other tiny…

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Rider dies in pre-TT race practice

A rider has died and another has been seriously injured in a crash during the pre-TT races. Organisers Southern 100 Racing said Dean Martin, from the Isle of Man, died in a crash with Jamie O’Brien on the Billown course in the 850cc classic practice on Friday. Mr O’Brien, from Liverpool, and a marshal who…

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Hull City 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday

A Mohamed Diame wonder strike was enough for Hull City to secure victory in the Championship play-off final against Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley. The midfielder’s curling right-footed shot from 25 yards sealed Hull’s immediate return to the Premier League. Steve Bruce’s side dominated what was a tense affair at times, with Diame striking a post…

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