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Performing her songs " Joanne " and " Million Reasons " from her Grammy-nominated album " Joanne ", Gaga accompanied herself on a white grand piano as she serenaded the audience. She accessorized with black statement earrings and multiple rings, including her sparkler. Finishing the high-impact eye look, she used Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara and a few taps of loose silver glitter for a shimmery effect.
  • A abstract of the place talks stand — NAFTA

    A abstract of the place talks stand — NAFTA

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    Chapter 11: The Americans want it to be voluntary for countries to participate in the investor-state system, which allows companies to sue countries for discriminatory treatment. They are expected to announce that the anti-corruption chapter has been largely completed, along with progress on some other less controversial areas.
  • Egypt's presidential vote could be a one-man show

    Egypt's presidential vote could be a one-man show

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    Mousa Mostafa Mousa leads the Ghad party that has endorsed Sisi for a second term and even organised events to help nominate the former military commander as recently as last week. The signatories further called on Egyptians not to recognize the results of the elections. Mousa said he had netted 47,000 pledges and the backing of 27 lawmakers.
  • Bob Casey to vote for 20-week abortion bill

    Bob Casey to vote for 20-week abortion bill

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    But Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-S.C., the bill's lead sponsor, will score points with his conservative base - one that's been grumbling in recent months over the return of "Lindsey Grahmnesty" and his crusade to find a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
  • Kendrick Lamar says LOYALTY Grammy belongs to Rihanna

    Kendrick Lamar says LOYALTY Grammy belongs to Rihanna

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    But Jay-Z started the night in the lead with eight nominations as he basked in acclaim for "4:44", an introspective album in which he admits infidelity to his wife Beyonce and explores institutional racism. "It's not just going on in Hollywood. Just as we have the power to shape culture we also have the power to undo the culture that does not serve us". " Bruno Mars imma let you finish, but Gambino Kendrick and Jay Z made some of the best albums IN HISTORY #GRAMMYs", one person tweeted .
  • United Nations envoy arrives in Sochi to attend Syria dialogue talks

    United Nations envoy arrives in Sochi to attend Syria dialogue talks

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    A number of participants in the conference arrived on Sunday night, while others are due later in the day. The basement of the statuettes has the national emblem of Syria and a caption "Syrian Arab Republic" in Arabic on it. The forum, which is expected to launch the process of drafting of the new Syrian constitution, will provide an opportunity for both the government and the domestic, external and armed opposition groups to express their positions.
  • Gunmen attack Kabul military academy

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    On Saturday, hospitals overflowed with the wounded, and forensic workers at the morgue struggled to identify the dead. The powerful explosion could be felt across the city and left the surrounding area blanketed in dust and smoke. Saturday's bombing took place in the heavily-guarded city centre, near a number of foreign embassies and the office of the High Peace Council, which is charged with promoting peace efforts with the Taliban and other groups.
  • Collins advises Trump against talking about Mueller's Russian Federation probe

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    The President backed off only after White House Counsel Donald F. McGahn threatened to quit, according to two people familiar with the episode. Collins said it "wouldn't hurt" for Congress to pass the bill, but she also said she has faith that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the Russian Federation investigation, won't let Trump fire Mueller.
  • Trump Claims Ice Caps 'Were Going To Melt' But Are 'Setting Records

    Trump Claims Ice Caps 'Were Going To Melt' But Are 'Setting Records

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    The President continued: 'There is a cooling, and there's a heating. I mean, look, it used to not be climate change , it used to be global warming . Mr Trump noted his liking for French President Emmanuel Macron, who a year ago said he would offer grants to US-based climate scientists to replace the funding lost under the Trump administration as part of a "Make Our Planet Great Again" scheme.
  • Netanyahu, Putin, to discuss military cooperation in Syria

    Netanyahu, Putin, to discuss military cooperation in Syria

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    Gen. Ronen Manelis posted a rare op-ed on Sunday in several Arabic-language websites, warning Lebanon of Iran's entrenchment. "Lebanon has become - both by its own actions and omissions and by a blind eye from many members of the global community - one large missile factory", Manelis wrote on the Ahewar website.
  • Cabinet to hold special meeting to outline plans for abortion referendum

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    The Fine Gael TD told RTE's The Week in Politics: "So I have too much uncertainty in my own head at the moment". The cabinet will hold a special meeting later today, at which they are expected formally to agree to hold a referendum on the Eighth Amendment, which provides for the equal right to life of the mother and the unborn.
  • Several chances for snow this week, some colder temperatures

    Several chances for snow this week, some colder temperatures

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    As we expected, Sunday got off to a bit of a damp start with many of us seeing rain, generally light in nature. A Met Office spokesman said Thursday night will see temperatures drop to -5 or -6, across the majority of the United Kingdom and could drop to as low as -9 in parts of Scotland.