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Body of Surrealist Painter Dali Exhumed for Paternity Test

A team of forensics experts Thursday opened the tomb of famed Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali to take DNA samples to settle a paternity suit.

In a spectacle that most likely would have pleased the eccentric Dali, a crowd stood outside the Dali Theater-Museum in Figueras, Spain, to watch the experts file in.

Officials in Spain say that hair, nails and two long bones have been removed from Dali's embalmed remains to find genetic samples for a paternity test.




Linkin Park Frontman Chester Bennington Found Dead at 41

The lead singer of rock group Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, was found dead in his California home Thursday. He was 41.

According to news reports, Bennington committed suicide by hanging himself in his home. The Los Angeles County Coroner's office is investigating.

Bandmate Mike Shinoda confirmed the news via Twitter, saying, "Shocked and heartbroken, but it's true." He promised an official statement from the band "as soon as we have one.




Strong Quake Rattles Turkey, Greek Islands; at Least 2 Die on KosA powerful earthquake sent a building crashing down on tourists at a bar on the Greek holiday island of Kos and struck panic on the nearby shores of Turkey early Friday, killing two people and injuring some 200 people.

Rescue authorities said two men from Turkey and Sweden died in the collapse at the White Corner Club when the 6.5-magnitude quake struck at about 1:30 a.m., rattling Greek islands and the Turkish Aegean coast in a region where seismic activity is common. The dead vacationers were not named.




Minneapolis Police Chief: Australian Woman 'Didnít Have to Die'The chief of Minneapolis' police department said on Thursday the fatal shooting of an unarmed Australian woman by a junior police officer violated department training and procedures, and that the victim "didn't have to die."

The death of Justine Damond, 40, from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen fired through an open window of a police patrol car, has outraged her relatives and the public in both Australia and the United States. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called it "shocking" and "inexplicable.




New Dream Act Would Offer Amnesty to Undocumented Young People

Two U.S. senators on Thursday introduced a bipartisan bill that would grant amnesty to illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.

Senators Dick Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, and Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, are co-sponsoring the Dream Act of 2017, which would ensure permanent resident status to about a million young people -- known as Dreamers after the 2001 Dream Act -- who were brought to the U.S. under age 17 and have lived in the country for at least four years.




Fidget Spinners as Campaign Goodies? Russia Probes Claims Russian authorities are investigating fidget spinners after state television reported that opposition activists are using them to attract supporters.

State-owned Rossiya 24 put out a report last month, claiming the popular toys were sold at opposition rallies and that online advertisements for them lead to YouTube channels promoting opposition politicians.

Fidget spinners - toys usually made of metal designed to keep small hands occupied - have taken the world by storm in recent months.




By the Numbers: Six Months into Trump's Presidency

Thursday marks six months since U.S. President Donald Trump was sworn in as the country's 45th president.

It has been a chaotic half-year in the White House for the real estate mogul turned Republican politician. His favorability ratings are the lowest ever for a U.S. leader in his first months in office, but his supporters have shown little indication they are abandoning him.

Trump's 182 days in office have been marked by disputes with political rivals and the news media, often through his frequent use of Twitter, the social media venue where he has tweeted 991 times.





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