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What A Year This Week Has Been

What A Year This Week Has Been

This week has been one of the most eventful years in recent memory. From the mass shooting in Las Vegas to the death of music legend David Bowie, there have been a number of shocking and sad moments. Here are five things that happened this week:
1. The mass shooting in Las Vegas left 59 people dead and over 500 injured. This is the deadliest mass shooting in US history.
2. David Bowie died after a long battle with cancer at the age of 69.

Introduction: What a year this week has been.

This week has been an eventful one.
On Tuesday, a gunman opened fire on a republican congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, wounding five people.
Later that day, President Donald Trump responded to the shooting by calling for "political correctness" to be abolished and for more Americans to carry firearms.
Then on Wednesday, a bomb exploded at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, leaving 22 dead and dozens more injured.
In response to the attack, British Prime Minister Theresa May declared a state of emergency and closed all public venues in the country.
On Thursday, the president announced his intention to withdraw the US from the Paris climate accord.
And finally on Friday night, Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm in Texas.

Political Calendar: Preview of the major events that will take place in the next 365 days.

Looking forward to the next 365 days, we can expect a number of important political events to take place. Here is a preview of some of the key events that will take place in the next 365 days:
-The midterm elections will take place on November 6th. This is an important election as it determines who will control the Congress and what policies they will be able to pass.
-On January 20th, President Trump will be sworn in for his second term. It is expected that he will continue to pursue his agenda of making America great again.
-Later in the year, there are a number of international summits scheduled, including the G7 Summit in Canada and the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.
-In September, Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union (EU).

Economy: Highlights of the US and global economies over the course of the week.

The global economy saw some good news and some bad news this past week. The good news is that the world's two largest economies, the United States and China, both grew at a healthy rate. The bad news is that the US stock market fell sharply on Monday and the euro zone debt crisis continued to worsen. In Europe, unemployment remains high and banks are struggling. Meanwhile, in Japan, the government has been forced to step in to try and prevent a credit crunch.

Sports: All the biggest sports news from around the world.

This week has been an exciting one in the world of sports. There have been a number of high-profile events and competitions that have taken place, which has made for an interesting and entertaining read. Here is a brief overview of some of the biggest news stories from this week:
1) Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic to win the Australian Open tennis title. This was an impressive victory for the Spaniard, who had previously lost to Djokovic in three consecutive grand slams tournaments. The rivalry between these two players has been one of the most exciting in recent years, and their final match was highly anticipated by fans around the world.

2) Women's World Cup: Germany beat Sweden 2-1 in the final to become world champions. This was a close final match that went down to the wire, with both teams playing at their best throughout.

Entertainment: What new movies and TV shows debuted this week?

This week, we got to see some new movies and TV shows debut. Here are a few of our favorites!
1. "A Star Is Born" - The film tells the story of an aspiring singer (Lady Gaga) who is discovered and championed by a famous musician (Bradley Cooper). The movie has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics, who say it is an excellent film adaptation of the original 1937 novel.

2. "Black Panther" - This superhero movie tells the story of T'Challa, ruler of the African nation of Wakanda, who must protect his country and its resources from enemies both external and internal. It has been praised for its dazzling visuals and complex story line.


Life & Style: Celebrity news, style tips and more!

Celebrity news, style tips and more! This week has been a whirlwind of events. Some big announcements were made involving some huge Hollywood stars, while others just had some exciting style moments. Here's a look at what happened this week in the world of entertainment:
In the world of movie making, it was announced that Academy Award winner Faye Dunaway will be joining the cast of Warner Bros.' new film, "A Star is Born." This remake of the 1937 film will star Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. The original starred Janet Gaynor and Fredric March and was nominated for 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture.

Meanwhile, in other movie news, it was announced that Naomi Watts will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth II in 20th Century Fox's "The Crown" season 2.

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