• Emirates24|7

    KUWTK: Kylie Jenner files trademark for nail products

    Kylie Jenner has filed a trademark request for a line of nail products and fragrances, which will expand her Kylie Cosmetics brand. In documents obtained by The Blast, Kylie has requested permission to apply her Kylie Cosmetics trademark to a full line of nail-care products - including nail polish, nail polish remover, nail strengtheners and nail care preparations - as well as artificial nails, artificial nail care preparations, and adhesives for attaching artificial nails. Kylie's new business move comes after she recently took to Instagram to post a motivational message to her followers, in which she touched on the "ups and downs" she has faced since giving birth to her 17-month-old daughter Stormi, whom she has with Travis Scott.

  • Al Jazeera

    Trump says it is getting harder to want to negotiate with Iran

    US President Donald Trump has said that it is getting harder for him to want to make a deal with Iran and said the situation could go either way very easily. Trump made the comments on Monday while talking to reporters at the White House amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Western powers. Iran's Ministry of Intelligence said earlier on Monday it had captured 17 US spies and sentenced some to death, but Trump denied the reports. Tensions have escalated since last year when Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and reimposed sanctions on the country. Trump said the agreement did not go far enough. Since then,

  • CNN

    Airbus unveils new 'bird of prey' concept plane

    (CNN) - European manufacturer Airbus has created a concept aircraft inspired by the natural features of eagles, hawks and other aerial predators. The "Bird of Prey" concept was unveiled by Liam Fox, UK Secretary of State for International Trade, at the Royal International Air Tattoo air show on Friday. Fox tweeted his support for the project alongside a video of the "Bird of Prey," which has a set of feathers on the tail and each wing tip. The theoretical design is for a hybrid-electric, turbo-propeller aircraft, according to a statement on the Airbus website. "Inspired by efficient mechanics of a bird, it has wing and tail structures that mimic those of a bird of prey, while featuring individually

  • Emirates24|7

    Spotted: Sonakshi Sinha, Karishma Kapoor, Deepika Padukone...

    Karishma Kapoor (Instagram) Deepika Padukone (Instagram) Rap-music composer and singer Badshah (L) and Sonakshi Sinha (R) attend the trailer launch of their upcoming Hindi film 'Khandaani Shafakhana' in Mumbai. (AFP) "Hard work has no substitute" Virat Kohli. (Instagram) Nora Fatehi poses during the promotion of her upcoming action thriller Hindi film "Batla House", in Mumbai. (AFP) Kriti Sanon (L) and Diljit Dosanjh pose for photographs during the promotion of their upcoming romantic comedy Hindi film 'Arjun Patiala' in Mumbai. (AFP) Hrithik Roshan poses for photographs during the promotion of his film 'Super 30' at the 92.7 Big FM 'Come Together to Change Perspectives' event in Mumbai. (AFP)

  • CNN

    10 things visitors can do in Dubai that they couldn't a decade ago

    Under the new terms, non-Muslim visitors can apply for a 30-day license that allows them to purchase alcohol from designated outlets, to be accompanied by a code of conduct note with guidelines on responsible drinking. The pace of change has been one of the few constants in the rapidly developing Emirate, which went from sleepy fishing community to global capital in the latter part of the 20th century. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has repealed the requirement that all businesses must be at least 51 per cent owned by a national, allowing for full foreign ownership of a company in the Emirates. The UAE doesn't offer foreigners permanent residency, and some foreign workers and students have been frustrated by a system of short-term visas that allowed for little security or forward planning.

  • CNN

    France's 'flying soldier' to attempt English Channel crossing Thursday

    (CNN) - Ferry passengers traveling between England and France should keep their eyes peeled for an unusual sight on Thursday as French inventor Franky Zapata attempts to cross the English Channel on his jet-powered hoverboard. The former jet ski racing champion will take to the skies on his Flyboard Air vehicle on July 25, according to Krysten Zapata, his wife and media spokeswoman, in an attempt that will mark the 110th anniversary of the first aerial crossing of the Channel. Crossing the Channel would require Zapata to refuel several times, and if he succeeds he will smash his record for the longest Flyboard Air flight. The crossing will be far more difficult than his now-famous appearance

  • Arab News

    Pakistani intelligence led CIA to bin Laden: Imran Khan

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan's main spy agency provided the US with a lead that helped them find and kill Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Monday. Pakistan has until now officially denied having any knowledge of the terror chief until he was shot dead in a night time raid by US special forces on May 2, 2011, an incident that was a major national embarrassment and caused ties between the two countries to plummet. Khan, who is visiting Washington on his first official trip, made his claim in an interview with Fox News when he was asked whether his country would release a jailed doctor whose fake immunization drive helped the US track and kill bin Laden in 2011. “This is a