The Rolling Stones plane is towed on the tarmac at Perth's International Airport on March 20, 2014. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD
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Mick Jagger is being comforted by his daughters in Los Angeles after postponing a Rolling Stones tour following his girlfriend's suicide in New York, a spokesman said Thursday."No information on funeral yet," Jagger's spokesman Bernard Doherty told AFP in an email, confirming the 70-year-old was in Los Angeles with his daughters, but giving no further details.His daughter Karis lives in Los Angeles, while Elizabeth and Georgia May are also staying here, according to media reports.
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