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Turn off the TV, calm down and stop trying to convert people to your religion, says head of Catholic Church

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Twilight star struggled to cope with the attention from the media and fame

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The American pop group were forced to cancel for safety reasons, as the tensions between Israel and Gaza grew

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Husband Javier Bardem follows suit by issuing a separate statement explaining his position after they were criticised

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Brand accused the Fox News anchor of bullying a Palestinian-American guest on his show using "terrorist tactics" of intimidation

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The footballer can be seen unsettlingly lingering in the background of the shot through the window, as the newly-wed couple toast their happiness

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Kenny Ireland, pictured in 2010.

The Scottish actor's agent said he had been ill with cancer for some time, and passed away in the early hours of Thursday morning

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Morrissey pictured in 2013

Bradley Steyn alleges that the Smiths frontman asked him whether a fan he disliked 'could be gotten rid of'

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The Frasier actor was testifying at the parole board hearing at the Limon Correctional Facility in Colorado

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Alice Copper describes the guitarist as 'irreplaceable' as he pays tribute

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Jessica was the daughter of actor John Barrymore and third wife Nina Wayne

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Turns out, the former Twilight star is pretty understanding about his ex-girlfriend's 'momentary indiscretion' with director Rupert Sanders

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Pope Francis, pictured here greeting crowds as he holds Easter Mass on 20 April, 2014

The Pope also says people should turn off the TV at mealtimes

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Several reports this week have implied that the pair were involved in an altercation outside the Cipriani restaurant in Ibiza

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Ravel Morrison has been charged with the assault of two women

Morrison was refused bail and will remain in custody until 7 August

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Lucian Freud's fortune was worth £96 million

The painter, who had 14 children, left none of them any money


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