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Ariel Winter's beach antics in a thong will make you uncomfortable

Ariel Winter's beach antics in a thong will make you uncomfortable

With her long red hair and slim body, you could even say she looked just like the other Ariel from The Little Mermaid . She was photographed posing in a cave with her knees in the sand and seductivel...

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Rescued Chibok girls won't go back to home town for school

Rescued Chibok girls won't go back to home town for school

They were received on behalf of the Federal Government by Mrs. Jumai Alhassan, Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, at a rehabilitation center located opposite Central Bank of Nigeria (...

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Trump criticises Germany after Merkel questioned US reliability

The fact that Merkel reiterated many of her points on Monday showed it was no accident. At the moment, only 5 of the 28 members fulfill the target of paying at least 2 percent of their gross domestic...

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Indian PM on climate: would be 'crime' to spoil environment

Indian PM on climate: would be 'crime' to spoil environment

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was also exchanged by the officials of India and Germany . Merkel on Monday repeated nearly word for word her message from Sunday, when she told her Bavarian c...

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The White House Just Ignored The Husband Of Luxembourg's Prime Minister

The White House Just Ignored The Husband Of Luxembourg's Prime Minister

In a Twitter post, Daily Beast's Scott Bixby was among the first to call attention to the omission. During last week's NATO Summit, spouses of the participating heads of state gathered for a gro...

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Chance for Rain, Thunderstorms All Week

Friday will have a mix of clouds and sun with temperatures in the upper 70s to near 80. Wednesday will be noticeably warmer with highs in the upper 70s. Afternoon highs will top out in the middle...

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Police says tiger who killed zookeeper is unharmed

Police says tiger who killed zookeeper is unharmed

Her mother Andrea told said her daughter had worked at the zoo for around 14 years, adding: 'She wouldn't have done anything else, it's what she has always done, it's what she has always loved'. The z...

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General election debate with Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn

The two party leaders took part in separate audience Q&A sessions before one-on-one interviews with Jeremy Paxman . According to the latest polls , Corbyn's Labour Party is narrowing the gap with ...

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Iran accuses United States of arming 'dangerous terrorists', spreading 'Iranophobia'

Iran's president added that Iranians are waiting for Trump and his administration to " be civil " and "settle down" so the nations could better understand each other. "Of all places, the USA presiden...

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Trump to mark Memorial Day with Arlington visit

Trump to mark Memorial Day with Arlington visit

During that visit, the president greeted other families who had lost loved ones. One identified her son as a Navy SEAL. Vice President Mike Pence attended the ceremony, along with Defense Secretary ...

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Indian Naval ship with relief supplies arrives in flood-hit Sri Lanka

Almost half a million people have been displaced due to the flood and earth slips, Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne said. Ninety-seven missing and hundreds of homes destroyed after heavy rain trigg...

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USA to quit Paris climate deal: Trump tells 'confidants'

This is unfortunate for the world, but it's even worse for the U.S. "I hope they decide in the right way". Trump has flip-flopped on campaign promises before, and, as Axios noted, he spent a lot o...

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US Isolates Itself on Climate Change at G7 Summit

US Isolates Itself on Climate Change at G7 Summit

And while the news media spouted headlines that Trump aides said his thoughts on climate change were "evolving", he was not swayed by the arguments from Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, France...

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Israelis mark 50 years since capture of Jerusalem's Old City

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) issued a sharp rejection on Thursday of the pro-BDS positions advocated by Linda Sarsour - the. Ending his speech, Abbas stated: "Mr. President Donald Trump visits...

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UK ready to leave EU without a Brexit deal

May took over as prime minister after her Conservative predecessor David Cameron stepped down past year, having failed to convince Britons to vote to remain in the European Union in a referendum...

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U P minister Swati Singh inaugurates beer bar, CM seeks report

U P minister Swati Singh inaugurates beer bar, CM seeks report

In the pictures, Singh is seen cutting a ribbon with a group of people, including some bureaucrats, standing alongside her. District magistrate of Raebareli Gaurav Singh and his wife and police chie...

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Amnesty says Egypt law threatens to annihilate rights groups

Amnesty says Egypt law threatens to annihilate rights groups

The new law comes as a shock for a number of prominent Egyptian human rights activists who are working in NGOs, such as Gamal Eid, who considered this law a step to eliminate the work of civil society...

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Arsenal confirms extension for Arsene Wenger

The 53-year-old ex-England global also warned fans of the north London club who are upset at a fifth-placed finish in the Premier League that things could get even worse. "I was in great form and ...

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Corbyn caught short on childcare costs in Woman's Hour interview

Corbyn caught short on childcare costs in Woman's Hour interview

Challenged over whether he would "soften" the UK's foreign policy, Mr Corbyn said: "It's not about softening our foreign policy". Party leader Tim Farron said the encounter, in which the Prime Min...

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Prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal, says Theresa May

The leaders did not appear together, as Mrs May declined to take part in a head-to-head encounter. " We will get a deal ", the Labour leader said , when asked if he was considering walking out of...

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Italy's quake-devastated town of Amatrice

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Italy's quake-devastated town of Amatrice

Of the 300 victims killed in the 6.2 magnitude natural disaster, one was Canadian, and many were children. After winning a nationwide contest, five-year-old Bella (from Manitoba, Canada) went to Ot...

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May says prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal

May says prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal

Mr Corbyn appealed to another audience member from a "salt of the earth" Labour family to "think again" after he could not vote for "ruthless" policies that would damage his small business, such as ...

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Iranian President Responds to Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia Criticism

Iranian President Responds to Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia Criticism

Kofi Annan , Chair of The Elders , said: "The Iranian people have given President Rouhani a fresh and convincing mandate to pursue his policy of openness and engagement". Speaking about U.S. Presid...

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World court reserves verdict on Jadhav case

World court reserves verdict on Jadhav case

Harish Salve: India refutes all allegations against Kulbhushan Jadhav and demands provisional measures from the ICJ to prevent damage to him. "India can not be granted consular access to Kulbhusha...

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Alabama Executes Murderer Dubbed 'Houdini Of Death Row'

Alabama Executes Murderer Dubbed 'Houdini Of Death Row'

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall called Arthur's case an "egregious example of how a convicted murderer can manipulate the legal system to avoid justice". "He always finds a way to escape", Gra...

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Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by stance

Martin Schulz , leader of the center-left Social Democrats, told reporters Trump was "the destroyer of all Western values", adding that the US president was undermining the peaceful cooperation of n...

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Eoin Morgan sees South Africa rout as timely lesson for England

Bairstow's contribution of 51 was unable to sustain a telling fightback at Lord's - where Kagiso Rabada (four for 39) and Wayne Parnell (three for 43) did all the early damage. "I'd be disappointe...

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Iranians voted for moderation, Rouhani says

After being called out during US President Donald Trump's address before the Arab Islamic American Summit on Sunday for "spreading destruction and chaos" across the region through the funding and tr...

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Rahul Gandhi to attend Karunanidhi's birthday celebrations in Chennai

Rahul Gandhi to attend Karunanidhi's birthday celebrations in Chennai

Palaniswami had on Saturday said he will comment on the centre's ban on cattle sale after going through the related notification. Summary: CHENNAI: The DMK will stage a demonstration outside C...

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Europe can't rely on USA, says Merkel

It was the toughest review yet of Trump's trip to Europe, which inflamed tensions rather than healing them after the USA president sparred with the leaders of Washington's closest and oldest allies ...

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Noriega, former CIA agent who got on wrong side of the US

Beginning in the late 1950s up until the 1980s, Noriega worked with the Central Intelligence Agency, while at the same time trafficking cocaine. FILE - In this May 20, 1988 file photo, Panamanian mi...

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Opposition reaction muted to Noriega's death

Noriega, who ruled Panama from 1983 to 1989, was a longtime collaborator of the Central Intelligence Agency and a useful USA ally in a region that was prone to leftist insurgencies. In mid-2011, Fra...

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President Trump Says His Trip Saved 'Millions of Jobs.' That's Not True

And some are starting to question the chances for tax reform. Minutes after Trump and his entourage left Washington for Saudi Arabia on 19 May, two news stories broke: that the president had describ...

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Ballistic missile test a success - NKorea

May 29: South Korean and Japanese officials say North Korea fires a short-range ballistic missile that lands in Japan's maritime economic zone. Pyongyang launched a Scud-class missile into th...

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Trump honors fallen and families in Memorial Day address

Trump honors fallen and families in Memorial Day address

Andrew Beyers (2016). And it's important for Americans to remember those that are no longer here with us, because they're not here. "He understands more than most ever could, or ever will, the wounds ...

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Foreign militants in deadly Philippine urban battle

Foreign militants in deadly Philippine urban battle

As air force planes and rocket-firing helicopters pounded militant positions on Saturday, fleeing residents waved white flags or hoisted them on their roofs to signify that they are not combatants. On...

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Plastic bags below 50 microns banned in Goa

Plastic bags below 50 microns banned in Goa

Parrikar said last month that the government will adopt a common minium programme in consultation with all the alliance partners - BJP, Goa Forward Party, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party and Independen...

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Sonika death case: Actor Vikram Chatterjee charged with culpable homicide

Sonika death case: Actor Vikram Chatterjee charged with culpable homicide

According to many of Sonika's friends , Vikram was drunk and hence the auto crash happened which led to the death of her. Since Section 304 is a non-bailable section, the police will apply for re...

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Eggs hurled at Jay Panda during water tank inauguration

Eggs hurled at Jay Panda during water tank inauguration

The lawmaker even took the matter to Twitter , saying that he is not afraid of stones and eggs. Supporters of Jena claimed that Jay Panda did not invite the former for a water tank inauguration eve...

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Migrant dinghy catches fire at sea, forcing dramatic rescue

Migrant dinghy catches fire at sea, forcing dramatic rescue

The fire quickly spread and left burning debris on the water. A Portuguese Air Force plane dropped a life raft into the water, and two Spanish coast guard vessels also picked up uninjured people, C...

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