Harry Styles is reportedly feeling bad for Taylor Swift. It's obviously very tongue and cheek either way. "For all my Southside niggas that know me best, I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. " Taylor Swift? Isn't she mad at you from when you interrupted her on the stage at the VMAs?" "Taylor, rise above it, go and do your thing", she said.
He was made to travel to Doncaster for a friendly on Wednesday but once Liverpool met the asking price Newcastle decided it was best to allow him to leave. "Straight after that I wanted to sign for Liverpool ". The 25-year-old becomes Jürgen Klopp's seventh newcomer of the summer, following the moves of Loris Karius, Joel Matip, Marko Grujic, Sadio Mané, Ragnar Klavan and Alex Manninger to Anfield.
Outside hospitals, long lines formed as members of the public offered to donate blood. An Interior Ministry statement said 80 people had been killed and 231 wounded, with local hospitals straining to cope. According to reports , 80 people were killed when two explosions went off as thousands of people were protesting against the proposed route of a power line.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Committee, speaking to delegates of the party's convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sept. Tim Kaine's acceptance speech to run as Clinton's second-in-command. "The national audience has no clue who [Wasserman Schultz] is, and she's resigning".
MPs' offices can only be entered without their consent by police who obtain a search warrant. McGinn said he had been told by fellow whips that after Corbyn had been angered by an interview McGinn gave, Corbyn had proposed telephoning McGinn's father, who is a Sinn Fein councillor, to seek his intervention.
The rapid pace of arrests since the coup attempt has anxious many of Turkey's Western allies, who say they see the country going down an increasingly authoritarian road. Authorities detained Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen after he was accused of starting and facilitating the military coup attempt. " Come here and see how serious this is", EU Minister Omer Celik said at a foreign media briefing.