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Adam Sandler pays tribute to ‘sweet and talented’ Cameron Boyce following sudden death 

Adam Sandler pays tribute to ‘sweet and talented’ Cameron Boyce following sudden death 

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Adam Sandler, 52, has paid his respects to co-star Cameron Boyce after he died suddenly on Saturday evening. The Disney Star, 20, passed away after suffering a seizure which was due to an "on-going medical condition”. Sandler, who starred alongside Boyce in Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2, took to Twitter earlier today to send his condolences to Cameron and his family. Posting to his 2.23 million followers, he wrote: “Too young. Too sweet. Too funny.  Related Articles “Just the nicest, most talented, and most decent kid around. “Love that kid. Cared so much about his family. Cared so much about the world.”He continued: “Thank you, Cameron, for all you gave to us. “So much more was on the way. All our hearts are broken. Thinking of your amazing family and sen
Carrie Lam offers ‘most sincere apology’ to Hong Kong following mass protests

Carrie Lam offers ‘most sincere apology’ to Hong Kong following mass protests

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June 18 (UPI) -- Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam apologized to the public Tuesday following mass protests on the island over a controversial bill but did not offer her resign as demonstrators had demanded. In her first speech since protests erupted in Hong Kong asking for her job, Lam said she has "reflected deeply on all that transpired" since protests erupted June 9 against a controversial extradition bill and that "deficiencies" in the government were to blame for the public's anger. [embedded content] "This has led to controversies, disputes and anxieties in society," she said. "For this, I offer my most sincere apology to all people of Hong Kong." The bill, which would allow for fugitives from Beijing's courts residing in Hong Kong to be extradited to China, was put on hold Sa...
Portsmouth 0-0 (agg 0-1) Sunderland: Black Cats reach League One play-off final following heated stalemate at Fratton Park

Portsmouth 0-0 (agg 0-1) Sunderland: Black Cats reach League One play-off final following heated stalemate at Fratton Park

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stalemate Despite Pompey's best efforts to score Sunderland's defence ultimately proved too solid to breach Sunderland took a giant step in their bid to return to the Championship as they saw off Portsmouth to reach the League One play-off final in a heated stalemate at Fratton Park. Following a goalless and fractious encounter, Chris Maguire’s volley in the first-leg was ultimately enough to see Sunderland get to Wembley. Sunderland are through to the League One play-off final The Black Cats got their revenge for their painful Checkatrade Trophy defeat to Pompey back in March, where they cruelly lost to the south coast outfit on penalties. Two fine stops from keeper John McLaughlin in either half from headers by Gareth Evans an
TOWIE’s Arg on ‘brink of death’ following weight gain

TOWIE’s Arg on ‘brink of death’ following weight gain

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James Argent has been open about his battle with yo-yo dieting in the past, but his recent weight gain has left him with some terrifying health concerns.The 31-year-old has revealed he has been warned that his life is at risk.Sharing the shocking news with his 767,000 Instagram followers, the former Jump contestant wrote: “I’ve been warned I’m on ‘Death Row’ because of my weight gain.”Showing his devotees that he was already making a different, Arg posted the comment alongside a picture of him posing up a storm in a boxing ring. Related Articles Looking ready for action, the London-born lad was dressed in a baggy white T-shirt and black jogging bottoms with his hands wrapped in a red gauze.Smiling at the camera, the reality star explained how he was planning to turn things aro
Australia suspends Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft following Ethiopia crash

Australia suspends Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft following Ethiopia crash

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Australia has become the latest country to suspend Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft flights in and out of its airports after the deadly crash in Ethiopia.The country's civil aviation authority has announced the move after airlines in China, South Africa, Singapore, Indonesia, Brazil and Mexico suspended flights from the same plane on Monday. South Korean airline Eastar Jet also said it would suspend operations of the 737 MAX 8 on Tuesday.An official said the airline hadn't found any problems with the jets, but is grounding them due to customer concerns.A spokesperson from the British travel operator TUI suggested the airline were not grounding flights. The suspensions come after 157 people were killed on Sunday when a 737 MAX 8 crashed in Ethiopia. Nine Britons were among the dead. ...