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  • US threatens not to sign n-deal with Iran

    Washington, May 21 (IANS) Washington has threatened "not to sign" a final nuclear agreement with Tehran unless the Iranian government gives access to its possible military dimension-related sites and nuclear scientists. "If we don't get the assurances we need on the access to possible military dimension-related sites or activities, that's going to be a problem for us," State Department spokesperson Marie Harf said on Wednesday in Washington. "We and Iran have agreed that we will undertake a process to address possible military dimensions (of past nuclear work), and part of that includes access," Harf said.

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  • We finally know how George Clooney proposed to Amal Alamuddin

    (Getty Images/Mike Coppola) "We'd never talked about marriage," said Clooney. Eight months after their Venice nuptials, George Clooney has spilled the beans on how he popped the question to Amal Alamuddin.  This Tuesday, during an appearance on "CBS

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  • Cannes steps into trouble with high-heels dress code

    The Cannes Film Festival is coming under scrutiny for its strict dress code after women not wearing high heels were turned away from a premiere. Director Denis Villeneuve joked that he and his male stars, Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin, would wear heels to the evening premiere of "Sicario" in protest. The red carpet at Cannes is highly regulated by tradition.

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  • Is Salman Khan Missing Katrina Kaif?

    We had reported that Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is currently shooting for Kabir Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan in Kashmir, has fallen in love with the place and has been gushing about it during media interactions. Now, it seems that shooting in Kashmir

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  • Resident says 19 Shiites killed in Saudi suicide attack

    A suicide bomber targeted a mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia as worshippers were commemorating the 7th century birth of a revered Shiite figure on Friday, the Interior Ministry and residents said. Habib Mahmoud, managing editor for the state-linked Al-Sharq newspaper in Qatif, said that the local Red Crescent authorities confirmed to him that 19 people had been killed and 28 wounded. There was no immediate word from the Interior Ministry on casualties.

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  • Sunny Leone: I will do anything Daniel wants me to

    By Jahnavi Patel, Glamsham Editorial Sunny Leone has been entertaining us in the Bollywood movies since quite some time and now her husband, Daniel Weber is all set to make his full-fledged debut in Bollywood with DANGEROUS HUSN. Ask Sunny if we will see her play a cameo in his film, and she says, "I am not sure, if Daniel asks me, I will do anything he wants me to. When asked her if she wishes to team up with Daniel for a film, she said, "I would like to.

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  • Couple in Dubai court over kissing in car

    Meanwhile the couple has denied kissing and admitted to drinking alcohol when they defended themselves before the Dubai Misdemeanours Court. According to her statement before prosecutors, the woman suspect confessed that she kissed you on the cheek?” the presiding judge asked the salesman. The duo was taken to the police station for interrogation for kissing in the car and being drunk.

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  • Chelsea Clinton book 'It's Your World' coming

    Another Clinton is becoming an author. Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and current presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, has a deal with Penguin Young Readers for "It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!" the publisher announced Wednesday. "In 'It's Your World,' I try to explain what I think are some of the biggest challenges facing our world today, particularly for young people," Chelsea Clinton said in a statement issued by Penguin.

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  • Heavy Saudi-led airstrikes target Shiite rebels in Yemen

    The Saudi-led coalition on Friday launched heavy airstrikes against Shiite rebels in Yemen, targeting camps and weapons depots in the rebel-held capital, as a U.N. agency said some 234 children were killed in violence over the past two months. Airstrikes also targeted the rebels, known as Houthis, in their northern home base of Saada province. The Houthis have occasionally carried out cross-border attacks from Saada, which borders Saudi Arabia.

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  • Nadal could face Djokovic in French Open quarterfinals

    The tennis equivalent of climbing three mountains, just to reach the Roland Garros final. Never have the obstacles loomed so large between Rafael Nadal and another trophy on the red clay of Paris. There were "oohs" and "aahs" in the auditorium as defending women's champion Maria Sharapova plucked out Nadal's name to set up another potential blockbuster encounter with top-ranked Novak Djokovic.

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  • Here's why some scientists are convinced there's life on Mars

    (NASA ) Mars V. Earth — could they both have life? Mars is no Earth. Our planet is swaddled in a nice atmospheric blanket that protects us from dangerous blasts of radiation that permeate space. Mars barely has any atmosphere and its surface is constantly

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  • Only one country has a global strategy right now — and that should 'unnerve' the US

    "The only country in the world with a global strategy right now is China — and I think that that should unnerve us," Bremmer told Business Insider in a sit-down interview. Bremmer argues that while Washington hasn't had a defined foreign policy strategy for the last quarter century, China has decided both an economic and a military strategy for itself in the medium to long-term. "The Chinese do want to compete with us economically globally.

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  • Jacqueline Fernandez: I love looking good while I'm working out

    By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial Jacqueline Fernandez is one of the fittest actresses we have in Bollywood today. And her fitness regime is pretty interesting and can inspire all of us to stay fit.Says the actress, "I love looking good while I

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  • Lonely man finds a home in Islam, and then in Islamic State

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Before he left New Zealand, Mark Taylor spoke with a local television network. "I've been lonely all my life," he said. "Been rejected by people. Used by people. Abused by people."He said that by converting to Islam, he

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  • Samsung is in a pickle and its newest phone isn't helping

    Samsung's bet on a new, well-designed flagship phone isn't paying off as well as the company had hoped. The company told the Korea-based Yonhap News Agency that it has shipped 10 million units of the new Samsung Galaxy S6, which launched about a month ago. It's important to note that these are shipments, not sales, for the Galaxy S6.

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  • Man jailed for indecent act at Dubai Fountain

    An employee has been jailed for three months for molesting a female tourist while she was enjoying the UAE National Day celebrations at the Dubai Fountain in November. The 35-year-old Pakistani employee, S.A., pressed himself against the 19-year-old Malaysian tourist and molested her while she was watching the water show. The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted S.A. of molesting the tourist despite his having entered an innocent plea.

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  • LeBron James is hijacking Cleveland's offense, and it's quietly becoming a big problem

    After building an 18-point lead early in the fourth quarter, the Cleveland Cavaliers nearly blew their Game 1 win over the Atlanta Hawks. While the Hawks are one of the best defensive teams in the NBA and put the clamps on the Cavs' offense in the midst of J.R. Smith's explosion from three-point range, a big part of the Cavs' problems was LeBron James' stagnant offense. This has been a theme throughout the playoffs: With Kevin Love out for the season and Kyrie Irving hobbled, LeBron is forcing isolations — one-on-one plays with no ball movement — and it's crippling Cleveland's offense.

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  • IS captures Iraqi town, purges opponents in Syria's Palmyra

    Islamic State group militants searched through the Syrian town of Palmyra for government troops and fighters, using lists of names and informers to track them down and shooting some in the head on the spot, activists said Friday, estimating at least 150 have been killed in the past two days. The militants have also imposed a curfew from 5 p.m. until sunrise and banned people from leaving town until Saturday morning to ensure none of the government figures they seek manage to escape, activists and officials said. The door-to-door hunt for opponents was similar to a purge the militants carried out in the Iraqi city of Ramadi after capturing it last week.

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  • Randi Zuckerberg shares her top 3 rules to keep work from taking over your life

    A recent survey by Fairfield Inn & Suites on work-life balance shows that only 50% of Americans consider their everyday life to be "balanced." Additionally, about 87% of respondents said it's important to surround yourself with people who can help you maintain balance. Randi Zuckerberg, sister of billionaire Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, agrees. "It's important to realize that none of us can do everything by ourselves," Zuckerberg tells Business Insider.

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  • The second-oldest person in the world told us her secrets to a long life

    Susannah Mushatt Jones has loved bacon for more than a century. Jones is blind, and partially deaf, but with steady, fervent hands, she searched her plate for morsels and shoveled them into her mouth. The routine is the same each day for Jones.

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