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Rapper Sean Combs avoids assault charges in UCLA kettlebell incident

LOS ANGELES - Rapper Sean "P. Diddy" Combs will not face assault charges stemming from an incident involving a kettlebell weight at the University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles city officials said on Thursday.

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Tycoon Vincent Bollore takes aim at French satire show

PARIS - French billionaire Vincent Bollore, chairman of media group Vivendi, faced a political backlash on Thursday following reports he wants to shut down a satirical TV show renowned for its attacks on the country's elite.

Television, 02 Jul 2015

Inspired by Spice Girls, Britain's Little Mix eye movie next

LONDON - Taking inspiration from the Spice Girls, whose popularity endures 15 years after the group split, British all-girl pop band Little Mix say they would like their version of the 1997 "Spice World" movie. | Video

Film, Music 02 Jul 2015

Two Russians among winners crowned at prestigious Tchaikovsky competition

MOSCOW - A Russian pianist, a Romanian cellist and singers from Mongolia and Russia scooped the top honors at the prestigious International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, though no first place prize was awarded in the violin category. | Video

Music, Russia 02 Jul 2015

Deadheads get nostalgic before final Grateful Dead shows

CHICAGO - Mike Levine is traveling from Florida to Chicago see all three of the Grateful Dead's final concerts. Stephanie Cameli says she is looking forward to the band's "Fare Thee Well" shows this weekend "like a five year-old before Christmas."

Music 02 Jul 2015

Irish singer Val Doonican dies aged 88

LONDON - Irish singer Val Doonican, a regular fixture on British television in the 1960s and 70s with hits like "Walk Tall" and "The Special Years" has died peacefully at the age of 88, his publicist said on Thursday.

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Patterson's 'Truth or Die' nabs top spot on U.S. bestsellers list

NEW YORK - "Truth or Die," James Patterson's newest novel, shot straight to the top of the U.S bestsellers list on Thursday, pushing Stephen King's "Finders Keepers" into sixth place.

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