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By Joseph D'Urso LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Saliha Ben Ali's teenage son was killed after leaving Belgium to fight for Islamic State in Syria, she wanted to do what she could to stop other mothers from going through similar heartbreak. Almost 30,000 foreigners have joined Islamic State and other militant groups to fight in Iraq and Syria, according to a study published by the United States Congress last month, thousands of them from western countries. The organisation Ben Ali founded, Society Against Violent Extremism (SAVE) Belgium, works with families to try to protect young people from extremist recruiters, and helps families whose children have already left for the Middle East. More »Women and girls crucial in fight against Islamic State ideology, experts say
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Donnie Fritts, "Oh My Goodness" (Single Lock) More »Music Review: Fritts' 'Oh My Goodness' layered with emotion
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When Hotel Transylvania was released in 2012, it wasn't broadly loved by critics. Many decried the production starring Adam Sandler as what has come to be expected from the actor – an over-the-top barrage of jokes that don't succeed in being funny, and quite often come off a little annoying. The sequel runs with this tone, telling the story of young vampire Mavis (Selena Gomez) and her husband Jonathan (Andy Samberg) as they attempt to raise their human baby Dennis. More »Hotel Transylvania 2 review: Charming monster movie will only impress a young audience
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Baylor University, the world's largest Baptist university, has decided to rescind the honorary degree it awarded to comedian Bill Cosby in 2003, saying on Friday "acts of interpersonal and sexual violence" run counter to the school's values. Baylor is one of several universities to cut ties with Cosby in the past year after more than 50 women have come forward with allegations against him, including drugging, sexual assault and rape. Cosby has denied the allegations. More »Baylor University rescinds honorary degree awarded to Bill Cosby
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Toby Keith, "35 mph Town" (Show Dog/Universal) More »Music Review: Toby Keith gets playful on '35 mph Town'
Joe Jackson, "Fast Forward" (Work Song/Caroline) More »Music Review: Joe Jackson returns to pop in 'Fast Forward'
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Justin Bieber's lawyers have reportedly threatened to sue any media outlets which have published naked photos of the singer. The Canadian pop star was snapped enjoying the sunshine while on holiday in Bora Bora with a companion, thought to be his girlfriend. The Hollywood Reporter says a cease and desist letter has been sent to the New York Daily News demanding the nude photos are taken off its website. More »Justin Bieber's Legal Team Act Over Nude Photos
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