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Hillary, Bill 'Over the Moon' about Birth of Newest Grandchild

Hillary and Bill Clinton welcomed the birth of their second grandchild Saturday, gushing that they are "over the moon."

"We are overjoyed to be grandparents again with the arrival of our grandson, Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky, born on Saturday, June 18, 2016," the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and her husband, the former president, wrote in a statement.

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Istanbul Police Break Up Demo against Radiohead Attack

Turkish police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets late Saturday to disperse hundreds of people protesting after Islamists attacked Radiohead fans for attending an album launch during Ramadan.

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U.S. Film Industry Says 'Hola' to Havanawood

Hollywood has been clamoring to capture Cuba's colorful charm since a thaw in frosty Cold War relations, but the islanders say the boom comes with their own underfunded film industry in crisis.

Several big American productions have created jobs and put Havana's art deco elegance in the shop window since U.S. filmmakers were given the right to shoot on the Communist-led island in January.

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Islamists Attack Radiohead Fans in Turkey

British rock group Radiohead on Saturday condemned "violent intolerance" after Islamists brutally attacked customers at an Istanbul record store attending an album release party, angered that the event coincided with Ramadan.

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Led Zeppelin Bassist Rejects 'Stairway' Plagiarism Claim

Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones appeared in court Friday to reject allegations that his bandmates had plagiarized an obscure instrumental rock song for their iconic hit "Stairway to Heaven."

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Disney to Post Alligator Warning Signs after Boy's Death

Florida's Walt Disney World plans to put up signs warning of the danger of alligators following the death of a toddler snatched from the shore of a resort lake, U.S. media reported.

"All of our beaches are currently closed, and we are conducting a swift and thorough review of all of our processes and protocols," Walt Disney World Resort Vice President Jacquee Wahler said in a statement Thursday.

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U.S. Rocker Meat Loaf Collapses on Stage in Canada

U.S. rocker Meat Loaf collapsed on stage mid way through a hit song while performing late Thursday in the western Canadian city of Edmonton, local media reported.

Video of the concert posted on news sites show the veteran rocker falling down while singing his 1993 smash "I'd Do Anything for Love."

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Zeppelin's Page Says 'Hadn't Heard' Song He Allegedly Stole

Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page told a court Wednesday he hadn't heard a song he is accused of plagiarizing for the iconic "Stairway to Heaven" until a few years ago.

Page and bandmate Robert Plant are accused of stealing the rock epic's opening bars from "Taurus," an instrumental track from the first album of long-defunct psychedelic Los Angeles rock band Spirit.

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Prince William to Appear on Cover of Gay Magazine

Prince William will appear on the cover of Britain's leading gay magazine to speak out against homophobic bullying, the publication revealed on Wednesday.

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Alligator Snatches Toddler at Florida Disney Resort Hotel

An American family's Disney vacation turned into a nightmare when an alligator snatched their two-year-old boy at the shore of a resort lake and the father was unable to pry the toddler from the animal's jaws, officials said Wednesday.

A search and rescue operation launched after the attack Tuesday night at the Grand Floridian hotel not far from the Magic Kingdom was ongoing, but police said they held out little hope the boy would be found alive.

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