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At least 31 people are dead after a terrorist attack at Istanbul Ataturk Airport in Turkey and over 147 people are injured, according to the latest reports.
It is believed that three suicide bombers blew themselves up on Tuesday night (June 28) and authorities are trying to figure out who is responsible for the attack.
Read all of the tweets below.
Sending heartfelt condolences and many prayers for those affected in Turkey.
— P!nk (@Pink) June 28, 2016
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The parents of Lane Graves, the two-year-old boy killed by an alligator in a lagoon at a Disney World hotel, have released a new statement on his death.
Matt and Melissa Graves released a statement via their local church, St. Patrick’s Parish, in Nebraska.
“Melissa and I continue to deal with the loss of our beloved boy, Lane, and are overwhelmed with the support and love we have received from family and friends in our community as well as from around the country,” the family said in their statement. “We understand the public’s interest, but as we move forward this weekend, we ask for and appreciate the privacy we need to lay our son to rest. Neither Melissa, myself or anyone from our family will be speaking publicly; we simply cannot at this time.”
Read the other statement that the family released as well.
The two-year-old boy died from drowning and traumatic injuries, an autopsy report concluded. He was dragged into the lagoon by the alligator and his body was found fully intact the next day.
“Words cannot describe the shock and grief our family is experiencing over the loss of our son. We are devastated and ask for privacy during this extremely difficult time,” the family said in a statement to ABC News. “To all of the local authorities and staff who worked tirelessly these past 24 hours, we express our deepest gratitude.”
Disney World Alligator Attack | New Details
Terrible news – a two-year-old boy was taken by an alligator in the Seven Seas Lagoon near a hotel on Tuesday night (June 14) at Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
According to CNN, his father desperately tried to save him and authorities launched an overnight search of the water.
“This is still a search and rescue operation,” Jeff Williamson, a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, said. “We are very hopeful. We are hoping for the best.”
The boy was reportedly playing near the edge of the lagoon, in about a foot of water, when the animal dragged him in further as his family watched in horror.
They tried to rescue him, to no avail.
UPDATE: Sadly the body of Lane Graves has been found, according to AP.
Our thoughts go out to the boy’s family during this difficult time.
The villains from the horror films The Ring and The Grudge are battling each other in a new Japanese horror movie called Sadako vs. Kayako and they joined forces for a fun viral stunt at a recent baseball game!
Sadako, the villain from The Ring, got on the pitcher’s mound and threw out the first pitch to Kayako, the baddie from The Grudge.
Also seen on the field is Kayako’s little friend Toshio!
Watch the video below and go see Sadako vs. Kayako in theaters this month in Japan, if you happen to be there!
‘The Ring’ Girl Throws First Pitch to ‘The Grudge’ Villain
Celebrities React to Harambe the Gorilla Shooting at Cincinnati Zoo After Child Enters Enclosure - Read the Tweets
Celebrities are reacting to one of today’s most shocking stories – the Cincinnati Zoo killing a Gorilla named Harambe after a four-year-old boy slipped into the enclosure on Saturday (May 28).
Harambe is a 17-year-old, 400-pound gorilla, CNN reports, and the zoo considered the occurrence situation a “life-threatening situation.” The child was in the enclosure with the gorilla for about 10 minutes. The boy traveled “under the rail, through wires and over the moat wall” to get to the gorilla.
This is why I hate zoos! This is so messed up. This poor gorilla. https://t.co/sdr3KXMyQa
— Kat McPhee (@katharinemcphee) May 29, 2016
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