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Pink shares photos of 'tour bus life' with her kids

Pink shares photos of 'tour bus life' with her kids

Entertainment
Aug. 21 (UPI) -- Pink has been enjoying "tour bus life" with her kids overseas.The 37-year-old singer posted pictures of Willow and Jameson, her 6-year-old daughter and 7-month-old son with husband Carey Hart, over the weekend from her concert tour abroad."Tour bus life," she captioned a snapshot Friday of Willow and Jameson playing on a bed inside the tour bus.Pink followed up by posting a photo of herself returning to the tour bus with a sleeping Jameson and a picture of the infant ahead of her performance Saturday at V Festival in London."When you get back 'home' in the middle of the night... This is what we call the 'tour bus transfer.' Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh," she wrote Saturday. "Just about ready for you Vfest!!!!!"Pink will return to the U.S. for the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, where she ...
Apple shares up as iPhone8 appears on track

Apple shares up as iPhone8 appears on track

Technology
Apple appears to have soothed investor concerns over the release of its 10th anniversary iPhone range while reporting a leap in smartphone sales.The world's most-valuable listed company's third quarter results showed it sold just over 41 million of the smartphones worldwide - bucking the usual trend of a fall in the three months to July in what is traditionally its weakest period in terms of earnings.It was seen as particularly impressive given the fact its new iPhone 8 and 7S models are expected to be released in September, despite doubts that weak availability of key chips could hit the launch.The issue has been the talk of the tech sector - with speculation raising fears that Apple could be forced to stagger the sale of iPhone 8 handsets to give it time to gather enough flash storage ch...
Carillion shares hammered after profit alert

Carillion shares hammered after profit alert

Business
Shares in construction and outsourcing giant Carillion have plunged by more than 40% after it issued a profit warning and its chief executive quit.The global firm said it was taking an £845m hit after a review of badly performing contracts, and that it would suspend dividends for this year as it seeks to shore up its finances.Carillion, which in the UK runs services for hospitals and schools and manages smart motorways, which use technology to manage traffic flow, said full-year results would miss previous expectations.It prompted a big shares sell-off that knocked two-fifths, or more than £300m, off the group's market value in early trading. The stock closed 39% lower.Carillion, whose recent projects include the expansion of Liverpool's Anfield stadium and the redevelopment of Battersea P...

South Korean leader says he shares 'common' goal with Trump

World
June 20 (UPI) -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he and U.S. President Donald Trump have something in common – a goal to completely dismantle North Korea's nuclear program.In an interview with The Washington Post published Tuesday, the South Korean leader emphasized commonalities with Trump, who has called for an end to the era of "strategic patience" and a tougher approach to Pyongyang in the wake of missile provocations.The statement from Moon appeared to be addressing rising concerns in Washington the new South Korean administration could be at odds with the United States on critical issues like THAAD deployment, strategies in dealing with Kim Jong Un or even the future of the U.S.-South Korea alliance.Moon did say given the right conditions, he believes it would be a "good idea...
Charlie Gard: Mum shares photo of son with eyes open

Charlie Gard: Mum shares photo of son with eyes open

Health
The mother of Charlie Gard has shared a photo of her son with his eyes open as she waits to find out if his life-support will be switched off.Connie Yates posted the image on Facebook with the message "a picture speaks a thousand words".Specialists in London say the 10-month old should be moved to palliative care but his parents want to take him to the US to undergo a trial treatment.The European Court of Human Rights is currently considering the case.Judges in Strasbourg, France, ruled that Charlie should receive treatment until Tuesday while they look at paperwork in the case.Ms Yates and her partner Chris Gard launched the final legal challenge at the European court after their appeal to the Supreme Court failed.Charlie has been in intensive care at Great Ormond Street Hospital since Oc...