Entertainment News Roundup: Schwarzenegger calls for ‘fight against hate’ during Auschwitz visit; Grammy-winning rapper Coolio dies at age 59 in Los Angeles

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Comedian Trevor Noah will leave ‘The Daily Show’ after seven years

Comedian Trevor Noah, host of “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, said he was leaving the program after hosting it for seven years, indicating that he wanted to devote more time to stand-up comedy. The 38-year-old comedian — who moved to the United States in 2011 and was born in Johannesburg, South Africa — had big shoes to fill when he took over in 2015 following the exit of longtime host Jon Stewart.

Grammy-winning rapper Coolio dies in Los Angeles at the age of 59

Grammy-winning rapper Coolio died on Wednesday after failing to respond at a friend’s home in Los Angeles, The New York Times reported. He was 59 years old. Coolio, born Artis Leon Ive Jr., was best known for his 1995 single “Gangsta Paradise” from an album of the same name.

Schwarzenegger calls for ‘fight against hate’ during Auschwitz visit

Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger visited the site of Auschwitz, the former German Nazi death camp in Poland, on Wednesday, vowing to fight hatred and discrimination and keep alive the story of the events that took place there between 1940-1945. The Austrian-born 75-year-old Schwarzenegger is the son of a member of the Nazi Party who served in the German Army in World War II.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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