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B.B. King performs at the 2014 Big Blues Bender at the Rivera Hotel & Casino on S
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Before you woke up, the world had lost a blues guitar legend, B.B. King. Meanwhile a basketball icon Michael Jordon sued in China.

Nobody was found alive at a Nepal U.S. Marine chopper crash site. Migrant boat survivors arrived in Indonesia.

Pirates star Johnny’s terriers were Depported.

We got the blues over a guitar legend

One of the world’s finest bluesmen, B.B. King died in Las Vegas age 89. Stars paid tribute to the guitar player who inspired a generation of guitarists including Eric Clapton.

READ MORE: B.B. King, blues legend and guitarist who inspired stars dies aged 89

The Nepal chopper was found

The wreckage of the U.S. Marine helicopter that went missing earlier this week was found in the Nepal mountainside. None of the eight passengers survived the crash, and only three bodies were found.

READ MORE:No survivors as missing U.S. Marine chopper found in Nepal mountains

Asia’s migrant crisis intensified

Nearly 800 migrants were taken ashore in Indonesia. Refugees from Bangladesh and Myanmar, they are having trouble finding new homes in South-East Asia as countries are refusing to take the ships.

READ MORE:Asia boat migrant crisis as 800 asylum seekers land in Indonesia

Depp’s bio-terrorist terriers flew home

Johnny Depp’s Yorkies Pistol and Boo were told to “bugger off” by an Australia government minister for arriving by private jet without permits in a country that takes biosecurity seriously. The pampered pooches have jetted back to the U.S..

READ MORE:War On Terrier: Depp dogs Pistol and Boo flee Australia by private jet

Michael Jordan sued a Chinese sportswear firm

The basketball will battle in a different type of court. He’s taking a Chinese company to the country’s highest court for building its brand off the back of the number he used to wear on his back, 23.

READ MORE:Michael Jordan takes firm to China’s top court over use of ’23’ trademark

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