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Billboard Music NewsApr 23, 2019
Watch Lele Pons & Rudy Mancuso Get Quizzed on How Well They Know Each Other
During Billboard Latin Music Week, Lele Pons and Rudy Mancuso were quizzed on just how well they know each other, as they were asked about their...

Delphi murders: Here's what we know about unsolved killings of two teen girls in Indiana (Yahoo! Books)

Billboard Music NewsApr 23, 2019
Ozuna Talks Extortion Plot, Admits He Doesn't Know What 'Taki Taki' Means at Billboard Latin Music Week
Puerto Rican reggaeton star Ozuna told a captive audience at Billboard's Latin Music Week that his fans deserved an apology after it was...

Yahoo! BooksApr 23, 2019
ISIS Claims the Easter Sunday Bombings in Sri Lanka. Here's Why We Should Have Seen Them Coming.
Dinuka Liyanawatte/ReutersThe Islamic State terror group has claimed involvement in the horrific Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 320 people at Catholic services and in luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. In a brief statement from its Amaq "news agency," ISIS declared the attackers "were ISIS" and targeted "citizens of states" in the anti-ISIS coalition.Sri Lanka is not part of the coalition, and while some Europeans and Americans, including children, died in the attacks, most of the victims were Sri Lankan, and all those arrested in connection with the bombings so far reportedly have been from Sri Lanka. The Amaq statement offered no further proof of ISIS involvement, and Sri Lankan officials have focused most of their attention on a little-known local group, after admitting that warnings from foreign intelligence sources that attacks on churches were imminent were largely ignored. Sri Lanka's state minister for defense said Tuesday that the attacks were carried out as revenge for the slaughter at mosques by a white-nationalist terrorist in Christchurch, New Zealand, last month.ISIS has encouraged such acts of vengeance for Christchurch, as has al Qaeda, although the latter terror organization has told its followers specifically not to attack places of worship. The Amaq statement Tuesday did not mention the New Zealand atrocity. Whatever an ISIS role, direct or indirect, one thing is certain: ISIS will exploit the carnage in Sri Lanka to
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