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  • APNewsBreak: Tunisia beach killer trained with museum gunmen

    The student who massacred tourists in a Tunisian seaside resort trained in a jihadi camp in Libya at the same time as the two men who attacked a leading museum in March, a top security official said Tuesday, enforcing the notion of a link between the two assaults and raising fears of more attacks from an underground world clawing at this North African nation's budding democracy. "It has been confirmed that the attacker trained in Libya with weapons at the same period as the Bardo attackers," said Rafik Chelli, the secretary of state for the Interior Ministry. Chelli said Seifeddine Rezgui, a 24-year-old who obtained a Master degree in electrical engineering, left his studies at Kairouan University and sneaked into the western Libyan town of Sabratha in January — when the two young men who carried out the museum attack in Tunis were there.

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  • Katy Perry Is Forbes’ Highest Paid Female Celebrity

    Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris might be the world’s highest paid celebrity couple, but Katy Perry has been revealed as the highest paid female celebrity in her own right, and the third highest paid celeb overall, according to a report in Forbes.Crikey

  • The Knicks gave Carmelo Anthony $124 million 12 months ago, and it's already becoming a problem

    Last summer, the New York Knicks faced a difficult decision with Carmelo Anthony. Anthony was a free agent, and the Knicks had to decide whether to re-sign him or try to get something back for him in a trade if he decided to leave for a contender. Anthony was coming off one of the best seasons of his career, and the Knicks, entering a new era under president Phil Jackson, wanted a centerpiece around which to build a contender.

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  • Grand Resort Lagonissi Review: Holiday With Leo For 1% Of The A-Lister Price Tag

    At a cool £23,500 per night for their Royal Villa (often booked out for month-long stays by the stars), the resort has been providing a secret getaway for Hollywood’s most notorious, including Jennifer Lopez, Kylie Minogue, Mel Gibson, Piers Brosnan, Madonna, Cristino Ronaldo and Irina Shayk, Bon Jovi and our beloved Leonardo DiCaprio. Starting at £220 per room per night, guests can opt for a Luxury Room, located in the main building with bay views, offering them the exact same access to the resort as everyone else, even Leo. In fact, Grand Resort Lagonissi boasts an incredible 26 different room types with 279 in total across the grounds, so finding something to fit your budget is totally doable.

  • There are 3 ways people get rich, but only one way they hold on to their wealth

    In "The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of the Super-Wealthy," author Paul Sullivan makes a distinction between being rich and being wealthy. "The best line I've heard was, 'Don't live like a king for a little bit, live like a prince forever,'" he told Sullivan.

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  • Best Yoga Exercises To Get Long And Black Hair

    It improves blood circulation in the scalp. It promotes hair growth as it helps to supply essential nutrients to your hair roots. Not to mention, this pose also ensures that you will have a fit and toned body.

  • Urvashi Rautela in Salman Khan's next SULTAN?

    By Rachana Sheth, Glamsham Editorial Bollywood's one of the most anticipated forthcoming films SULTAN starring Salman Khan is being talked about for reasons more than one. Later media was agog with the news that Bollywood's latest 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut has been approached to pair opposite Salman in SULTAN.

  • Wimbledon: Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova safely through to second round

    Top seed Serena Williams and 2004 champion Maria Sharapova reached the Wimbledon second round after straight set victories. - #Quiz360: WIN a gym membership at FitRepublik - Wimbledon: Djokovic rages & Hewitt bids farewell - Wimbledon diary: Taylor Swift

  • A nuclear deal could sharpen political tensions in Iran

    By Parisa Hafezi VIENNA (Reuters) - A final deal to resolve the Iranian nuclear dispute could heighten domestic political tensions with two major elections looming in the Islamic Republic, analysts and officials said. Easing economic sanctions if a deal is reached will bolster President Hassan Rouhani's position within Iran's complex power structure bringing a political boost for liberal candidates in 2016 elections for parliament and for the Assembly of Experts, a clerical body with nominal power over the supreme leader. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final say on all matters of state, has backed Rouhani's efforts to pursue a nuclear settlement and his dealings with the United States so as to improve the parlous state of Iran's economy.

  • Storied club's Kim Kardashian event turns typically divisive

    Plans for Kim Kardashian to appear at one of San Francisco's most august institutions have set off a typical "love her/hate her" stir. The reality TV star is scheduled to speak and sign copies of her new coffee table book "Selfish" during a Tuesday night event hosted by the Commonwealth Club of California, which bills itself as the nation's oldest and largest public affairs forum. During the club's 112-year history, world leaders and intellectuals such as President Ronald Reagan, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, Martin Luther King Jr. and Cornel West have addressed its members.

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  • Messi would humiliate me during training: Puyol

    Madrid, June 29 (IANS) Former Barcelona defender Carles Puyol revealed he would get humiliated by an "unstoppable" teammate Lionel Messi in training sessions at the Spanish football club. The former Barcelona captain retired from the game in 2014 after he and Messi shared six league titles and three Champions League crowns with the Catalan side. The 37-year-old has recalled a time when he had to be told to tone down his physical approach during one training session when he discovered the true extent of the Argentinian's powers.

  • Nike faces 3 obstacles that could threaten its global domination

    (nike) Nike's business is exploding. Between its Nike and Jordan brands, the company controls a shocking 62% of US brand share of sneakers. Its next competitor, Skechers, controls just 5%.  The company's e-commerce, women's, and North American businesses

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  • Palestinian stabs Israel soldier at Jerusalem checkpoint

    A Palestinian woman stabbed a female Israeli soldier in the neck at a checkpoint between Jerusalem and West Bank city Bethlehem on Monday, police said, in the latest such attack in recent days. The Palestinian had arrived at the checkpoint, which has separate lines for men and women, and "pulled out a knife and stabbed a military policewoman," a police statement said, adding she had been detained at the scene. Israel's emergency medical service Magen David Adom said the soldier was in moderate condition.

  • 'Magic Mike' taught Pinkett Smith to be playful with husband

    Jada Pinkett Smith wasn't exactly sure what she was getting into when she signed on for "Magic Mike XXL," but she certainly didn't expect to come out of a movie about male strippers with some new theories on her own marriage. "It really taught me how to be more playful with my husband," she says of Will Smith, her husband of 18 years. On set, Pinkett Smith says she tried to fall back and not get in the way of the antics of the male-dominated cast.

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  • After suggesting he'd come back to fight Floyd Mayweather, Oscar De La Hoya says he will stay retired

    Days after telling ESPN's Dan Rafael that there was "50-50" chance he'd come out of retirement, 42-year-old Oscar De La Hoya announced Monday that he will, in fact, remain retired. De La Hoya's announcement comes after he told Rafael he was "very serious" about coming out of retirement for a possible rematch against Floyd Mayweather Jr., or for a chance at the feared Gennady Golovkin. "I want to fight one of them because they are the best and I always fought the best," De La Hoya told ESPN.

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  • Kuwait mosque bomber raised no red flags, transited Bahrain

    The Saudi man who blew himself up inside a Shiite mosque in Kuwait managed to slip out of his home country without raising any red flags and board a commercial flight transiting nearby Bahrain less than 24 hours before the deadly attack. The details of the bomber's final hours, released by regional authorities, highlight the growing involvement of undetected Islamic State sympathizers on the Arabian Peninsula and the threat they pose to countries closer to home than the battlefields of Iraq and Syria. Friday's blast in one of Kuwait City's most prominent Shiite mosques killed 27 worshippers and injured more than 200.

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  • This Chinese dog-eating festival's days are numbered thanks to a massive social media campaign

    Social media had a positive impact earlier this month when online activists successfully were able to curb the number of animals killed at a dog and cat meat festival in China. At the Yulin Festival in China, 10,000 dogs were killed to be eaten in 2013. The Yulin Festival went viral a few weeks ago when Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram feeds were swamped by people posting about the annual dog and cat meat festival.

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  • SpaceX is trying a revolutionary rocket landing this morning — watch it live

    SpaceX is about to attempt a new landing procedure that could eventually make space travel much cheaper and easier. The landing attempt will happen minutes after SpaceX launches one of their Falcon 9 rockets out of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in

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  • Sheryl Sandberg explains the most valuable aspect of her relationship with Mark Zuckerberg

    Sheryl Sandberg knew when she joined Facebook as its COO in 2007, her success at the company depended on her relationship with founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, she told the graduating class of Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management on Saturday. Sandberg explained how much she admires Zuckerberg's willingness to accept criticism from the people who work for him, saying she knows firsthand that it can be difficult to develop transparency between bosses and employees.

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  • Rock n Roll notches grand slam in Sky Freight Friday League

      Rock n Roll didn’t skip a beat, so to speak, and how. Finding its groove at last, Rock n Roll recorded the first grand slam of the tournament, winning the Team of the Week award and men’s and ladies Bowler of the Week accolade during the 7th session

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