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Happy Monday and here's your WNNTop5 to begin off your Week from the Leader in Social News. • Emmanuel Macron took his first steps as France's president-elect on Monday but faces a tough task establishing a team that can govern effectively. • A state of emergency has been declared in the Canadian city of Montreal due to flooding caused by torrential rains and melting snow. •British Olympic diver Tom Daley has shared a picture of his wedding to US film director Dustin Lance Black. •One in five Australians has suffered image-based abuse, according to the nation's most comprehensive study on "revenge porn". • The remains of at least 7,000 people may be buried beneath the University of Mississippi, officials estimate. • Israel's prison service has released a video purportedly showing the leader of a three-week-old hunger strike by Palestinian inmates eating in his cell.
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May the Forth, 2017

May the forth be with you. Here's your #WNNTop5. •President Donald Trump has declared Obamacare "dead" after the Republican healthcare bill was narrowly passed by the lower chamber of Congress. • A judge in Brazil has jailed eight men for plotting attacks during the 2016 Rio Olympics last year and for using the internet to promote the Islamic State (IS) militant group. • The Conservatives have gained control of five councils and Labour have lost two in the first sets of results from local and mayoral elections. •A Canadian activist who faced time behind bars for giving water to pigs has been found not guilty. • A British man has died while skydiving in the Thai resort town of Pattaya with a group of friends.

Wednesday May 3, 2017

Here's the latest #WNNTop5 Headlines for Wednesday May 3, 2017. •The US Department of Justice has decided not to charge two white officers who shot and killed a black man in Louisiana last summer. •US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed to press for a ceasefire to halt the war in Syria. •The election may be over, with Donald Trump's presidency more than 100 days old, but Hillary Clinton isn't ready to let go. • An ex-police officer has admitted violating the civil rights of a black man he was filmed shooting to death, in a case that sparked a national outcry. • FBI Director James Comey has said it makes him "mildly nauseous" to think that he could have had an impact on the US presidential election. •More than 50 miners are trapped after an explosion in a coal mine in northern Iran, state media reports say. • A mortuary in Mississippi is being sued by the husband of a gay man for allegedly refusing to cremate him because of his sexuality.
Here's the latest #WNNTop5 Headlines for Wednesday May 3, 2017. •The US Department of Justice has decided not to charge two white officers who shot and killed a black man in Louisiana last summer. •US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed to press for a ceasefire to halt the war in Syria. •The election may be over, with Donald Trump's presidency more than 100 days old, but Hillary Clinton isn't ready to let go. • An ex-police officer has admitted violating the civil rights of a black man he was filmed shooting to death, in a case that sparked a national outcry. • FBI Director James Comey has said it makes him "mildly nauseous" to think that he could have had an impact on the US presidential election. •More than 50 miners are trapped after an explosion in a coal mine in northern Iran, state media reports say. • A mortuary in Mississippi is being sued by the husband of a gay man for allegedly refusing to cremate him because of his sexuality.
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Monday May 1st

Happy May 1st and here's the Top 5 Headlines. •The US military says its controversial Thaad missile defence system is "operational" in South Korea. •German Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to meet Vladimir Putin in Russia for the first time since 2015. •An underground electrical fire has caused a series of "explosions" in downtown Toronto. •Facebook has denied it is targeting insecure young people in order to push advertising, amid a row over a leaked document. •Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro says he will form a new constituent National Assembly with powers to rewrite the constitution.
Here's the Top 5 Headlines making your Saturday: •Donald Trump attacks US media at 100-day Pennsylvania rally •Pope Francis has called for international mediation to ease rising tensions between the US and North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear activity. •Anthony Joshua produced the performance of his career to add the WBA world heavyweight title to his IBF crown with an enthralling knockout win over Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium. •The Turkish government has sacked almost 4,000 more public officials in what appears to be the latest purge related to a failed coup last July. •French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has said she will make a defeated rival her prime minister, if elected.
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