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Why you don't mess with the Queen's Guard

A cheeky tourist decides to mimic a soldier's marching. What could possibly go wrong?

  • 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.

  • 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.

    Associated Press
  • 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

  • Philippines Embassy sues Saudi firm over pay delay

    The Philippine Embassy has taken a Saudi company to court for not paying 2,000 of its Filipino employees their salaries. Philippine Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago said the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the Philippine has always been a positive one. “We rarely receive any complaints from Filipino expatriates in the Kingdom.

    Saudi Gazette
  • Video shows Syria rebel group executing 18 IS fighters

    A Syrian rebel group operating around Damascus has executed 18 alleged members of the Islamic State group in a video mimicking the extremist organisation's own productions. The video, which emerged overnight, shows fighters from Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam) wearing the orange prison clothes that IS victims often sport. Jaysh al-Islam fighters in the video say the IS forces are being executed in part as revenge for the deaths of at least three of the rebel group's members who were beheaded by IS.

  • What Happened To The Girl From Jaws’ Iconic Opening Scene?

    As the first victim of Bruce the Great White Shark in Steven Spielberg’s seminal 1975 blockbuster, Susan Backlinie (above) made an entire generation fear the ocean and what lurked beneath the water. Where is she now, on the 40th anniversary of ‘Jaws’? Breakfast is the the most important meal of the day, but if morning swimmer Chrissie Watkins knew she’d be on the menu, she probably would have stayed on dry land.

  • 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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  • Nuke talks set for several more days; signs of backtracking

    World powers and Iran prepared to move past Tuesday's deadline for a comprehensive nuclear agreement, with officials suggesting significant backtracking by Tehran's negotiators that may need several more days of discussions to resolve. On a day that served as an early intermission in the negotiation, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met the head of the U.N. nuclear agency in Vienna while Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif received his latest guidance from leaders in Tehran. Monday was originally envisioned as the penultimate day of a 20-month process to assure the world Iran cannot produce nuclear weapons and provide the Iranian people a path of out of years of international isolation.

    Associated Press
  • Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck say they're getting divorce

    After weeks of public speculation about their relationship, the couple announced Tuesday they plan to end their 10-year marriage with a divorce. "We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children," Garner and Affleck said in a joint statement. Affleck will continue to live on the couple's property in a separate house, and they will co-parent their children Violet, Seraphina and Samuel, according to a person familiar with the situation who was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

    Associated Press
  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Man accused of killing girlfriend suspecting infidelity

    The defendant reportedly confessed to investigators that he was in a relationship with the victim and that she had come to the country on a visit visa. An Asian man, who allegedly strangled his girlfriend to death with his belt, stood trial in the Abu Dhabi Criminal Court on Tuesday. The defendant reportedly suspected the victim of infidelity.

    Khaleej Times
  • Pregnant Kim Kardashian Reveals Family Are Using Group Therapy To Help Deal With Caitlyn Jenner’s Transition

    There’s no doubt that Caitlyn Jenner’s transition has been tough on the Kardashian Klan (as any big change would be), and they’ve been super supportive as she bravely tells her story. Now, Kim Kardashian has revealed that the family have been going to group therapy to help them with it all. The 34-year-old, who is pregnant with her second child, has been speaking at the prestigious Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about how much Caitlyn, 65, appreciates the incredible support she’s received.

  • 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.

  • Qatar's troubled 'kafala' system proves hard to change

    Despite claims of its imminent demise, Qatar's controversial "kafala" sponsorship system -- which critics say is a direct cause of misery and abuse for many foreign workers -- clings stubbornly to life. On Monday, in a sign of how entrenched the issue has become, Qatar's normally quiet government used its new communications office to make a rare public statement and reassure critics that change to the system, which limits the rights of movement for foreign workers, really is on the way. "The Council of Ministers will now prepare the final draft of the kafala reform legislation, which is expected to be completed before the end of 2015," a statement read.

  • Women's World Cup semifinalists: US, Germany, England, Japan

    Germany faces the United States on Tuesday in Montreal, and Japan plays England on Wednesday in Edmonton, Alberta. GERMANY: Germany is the top-ranked team. The Germans have been to every Women's World Cup since it started in 1991, winning in 2003 and '07.

    Associated Press
  • Michael Kors is driving Macy's business into the ground

    The retailer's same-store sales growth has been weakening over the last several years, and Deutsche Bank analysts expect things to only get worse for the department store chain. Sales declines at Michael Kors, one of Macy's key vendors, were cited as a primary reason for the downgrade. Michael Kors' same-store sales declined 6.7% in North America during its most recent quarter.

    Business Insider
  • 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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  • Kuwait mosque bomber ‘had no criminal record’

    The Saudi man who carried out a suicide bombing at a mosque in Kuwait on Friday had no previous convictions for terrorism, the Interior Ministry said. The ministry, through its Twitter account, announced that Fahad Suleiman Al-Gabbaa was born in 1992. Twenty-seven people were killed and 277 injured in Friday’s attack on the Imam Al-Sadiq Mosque in the neighborhood of Sawabir in Kuwait City.

    Arab News