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Actress and comedian Anne Meara has died. She was 85.Her husband, Jerry Stiller, and son Ben Stiller say Meara died Saturday. No other details were provided.The Stiller family released a statement to the Associated Press on Sunday describing Jerry Stiller as Meara's "husband and partner in life.""The two were married for 61 years and worked together almost as long," the statement said.

French director Jacques Audiard's film Dheepan has won the top prize at Cannes, the Palme d'Or.The choice made by the jury led by American filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen was a surprise.Vincent Lindon won Best Actor while Rooney Mara and Emmanuelle Bercot shared Best Actress.Audiard, who previously made A Prophet and Rust and Bone, said: "To receive a prize from the Coen brothers is something pretty exceptional. Rooney Mara shared Best Actress for her role in Carol, but her co-star Cate Blanchett was overlooked and instead the jury decided to honour Emmanuelle Bercot for her role in My King.

Juan Pablo Montoya has scored a dramatic win in the 99th Indianapolis 500, recovering from early race contact with another car and a drop to 30th place to win his second Indianapolis 500.The win is Montoya’s second and Roger Penske’s 16th; it’s the first for JPM since 2000 and first for Penske since Helio Castroneves in 2009.Montoya held off his teammate Will Power, with Charlie Kimball an impressive third, Scott Dixon fourth and Graham Rahal the top Honda-powered driver in fifth place.

Hezbollah is fighting across all of Syria alongside the army of President Bashar al-Assad and is willing to increase its presence there when needed, the leader of the Lebanese Shi'ite movement said on Sunday. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah told thousands of supporters via video link that the fight was part of a wider strategy to prevent groups like al Qaeda's wing in Syria, Nusra Front, and the ultra-hardline Islamic State from taking over the region. We will be everywhere in Syria," he said during a celebration to mark the withdrawal of Israeli soldiers from south Lebanon in 2000. Hezbollah, backed by Iran, is a staunch ally of Assad in the four-year-long Syrian civil war.

Prominent jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has announced he has gone on hunger strike demanding "freedom for political prisoners".In a video leaked from prison, Mr Lopez also called for an end to censorship, and for the government to set a date for parliamentary elections.He also urged Venezuelans to march next Saturday through the streets of Caracas against alleged rights violations.Mr Lopez is accused of inciting violence during protests last year.

Jacques Audiard has cemented his place as the premier contemporary French director by winning the Palme d’Or in Cannes for his seventh feature, Dheepan. The new film from Rust and Bone director Jacques Audiard has a former fighter in the Sri Lankan civil war trying to make a new life in France with a fake family. Audiard, 63, took the Grand Prix (or runner-up award) five years ago for A Prophet, and competed at the festival three years ago with Rust & Bone. His new film is a less-starry affair than those two; the tale of a former fighter in the Sri Lankan civil war trying to make a new life in France with a fake family. It was a night of surprises at the 68th Cannes film festival, with many critics’ favourites thwarted and the jury – who are only allowed to award one prize per film – exhibiting eclectic taste and a pronounced accent on the celebration of French acting talent. This year’s Grand Prix went to 38-year-old debut director László Nemes for Son of Saul, the Auschwitz-set story of a prisoner working as a Sonderkommando, guiding Jews into the gas chambers and then disposing of their bodies.

Exit polls from Spain's local and regional elections have predicted gains for two new challenger parties, Podemos and Ciudadanos. The governing People's Party (PP) got the most votes, the polls suggested, but it may have lost Madrid city council for the first time in 20 years. Turnout was marginally higher than in the last election, in 2007. The Spanish economy, stricken by austerity measures, has been a key concern for voters.

Kelly Rutherford has been granted sole custody of her and ex-husband Daniel Giersch's two children following a legal battle that spanned two continents, paving the way for the kids to return to live with their mother in the United States.The 46-year-old Gossip Girl alum and her ex, a 41-year-old German businessman, divorced in 2010 and initially shared custody of son Hermes, now 8, and daughter Helena, 5, both American-born. Since 2012, they have been living with their father in Europe. On Friday, a judge granted their mother sole custody. Giersch has not commented.

The Labour party plans to exploit the government’s relative weakness in the Commons and the Lords. Trying to ensure 16- and 17-year-olds are allowed to vote in the European Union referendum. David Cameron wants the electorate for the referendum to be essentially the same as for general elections, but Labour and the SNP have said they want 16- and 17-year-olds to be allowed to vote in the poll, which is due before the end of 2017.

On Keeping Up With the Kardashians , the kids head to Montana for some family bonding! While in the snowy state, Kylie Jenner enlists her sister Khloé Kardashian to do some crazy, adventurous stuff. Basically a helicopter drops them off at the very top of an insane mountain and they ski down on their own. Then before you know it, while heli-skiing together, KoKo is on the ground and yells "I can't get back up!" She literally gives up and slides down the rest of the insane hill on her butt!

Flooding in Texas and Oklahoma over the weekend has left a firefighter dead, and prompted numerous evacuations and rescues.Heavy rains were pushing into eastern Texas and eastern Oklahoma on Sunday morning. Rogers County Emergency Management spokesman Thomas Hudson said a firefighter in the northeast Oklahoma town of Claremore died early Sunday after being swept away by floodwaters during a rescue. Officials said early Sunday that they are working to recover the body.

One of Hollywood’s most radiant and beloved European imports, Ingrid Bergman seems more of an icon with every passing year; she is, in fact, the poster girl of Cannes 2015 and her dazzling smile appears more modern than ever. The new documentary Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words by Swedish writer, director and film critic Stig Bjorkman is celebratory and revelatory, making extensive use of Bergman’s own diaries, personal pictures, home movies, and family members (it was daughter Isabella Rossellini who first suggested he make the film.)