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Sheikh Hasina, Trudeau urge global community to act together against terrorism

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Paris Jackson slams reports of suicide attempt

Paris Jackson, daughter of the late superstar Michael, struck down rumors that she attempted suicide Saturday, assailing “liars” in an expletive-laden tweet.

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