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Selena Gomez breaks silence on Justin Bieber romance with bizarre response

Selena Gomez breaks silence on Justin Bieber romance with bizarre response

Entertainment
The Wolves singer split with her boyfriend of less than a year, The Weeknd, back in October.Just weeks later it emerged that Selena had rekindled her romance with on/off childhood sweetheart Justin Bieber.Now, the former Disney actress has given her side of the story in a new interview with Billboard magazine, and claimed her split with The Weeknd – real name Abel Tesfaye – was completely amicable.When asked about how their split went down, the 25-year-old replied: "Something that I'm really proud of is that there's such a true friendship."Selena, went on to say their romance ended with the pair becoming best friends, saying it was "remarkable."INSTARBACK ON: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are very much back onSexy Selena Gomez Popstar Selena Gomez's hottest pictures.Getty Images
Hurricane Irma: France, UK and Netherlands step up response

Hurricane Irma: France, UK and Netherlands step up response

World
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceEuropean countries are boosting relief efforts in their Caribbean territories devastated by Hurricane Irma, amid criticism over the response.French President Emmanuel Macron, who is visiting French islands that took the full force of the storm, said a huge "airlift" was bringing more aid.UK Foreign Minister Boris Johnson is due in the region and the king of the Netherlands is touring Dutch islands.Irma killed at least 23 people in the three countries' overseas territories.The victims include 10 dead on the French island of St Barts and on the French part of St Martin - which is shared with the Netherlands.As he arrived in the region on Tuesday, President Macron said the government had responded with "one of the biggest airlifts since World War Tw...
EasyJet's new airline is a clever response to Brexit

EasyJet's new airline is a clever response to Brexit

Business
The impact of Brexit has landed.There will now be three easyJets, all with a capital letter in the wrong place and all located in different places - one in the UK, one in Switzerland and now one in Austria.This new airline, easyJetEurope, will come with its own fleet of planes and its own staff, but make no mistake - it is part of easyJet's UK operations. The planes won't actually spend their lives in Austria, the big decisions will still be made in Luton.This is a clever, and rather expensive, answer to a new problem.For easyJet, this is a £10m insurance policy against the dreaded prospect of having to curtail - hugely - its timetable of flights around Europe.That might seem an unlikely prospect, but it's one that is now giving sleepless nights to plenty within Britain's airline industry.
Harvard freshmen's ouster over posts draws broad response

Harvard freshmen's ouster over posts draws broad response

Technology
Few college-bound kids lose their shot, and their slot, at their dream school once they get in, but it happened at one of the world's most elite institutions and for a reason that has, until recently, hardly registered in the university admissions process: social media. Harvard University's decision to rescind admission offers to 10 incoming freshmen because of offensive Facebook posts comes at a time of heightened attention to free speech and student conduct on U.S. college campuses, and has stirred debate far beyond the halls of the Ivy League school. Other schools say it's an eye-opener for those involved in the admissions process. "We're going to continue to watch how this unfolds and, with other higher ed institutions, learn from it," said Janet Bonkowski, spokeswoman for the Univers...