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  • Pregnant Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Celebrate Independence Day With North

    Okay, okay, we know that we are always bleatin’ on about it, but Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and teeny tiny North really are the cutest little family of all time. Ahem, as Kanye would say. Further to two-year-old Nori’s adorbs tantrum that was shared by Kim on Saturday morning, the reality star took to her social media accounts to share some intimate family pics as they all admired the Fourth Of July fireworks.

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  • Manila finds marker with Chinese writing, buoys in disputed waters: sources

    By Manuel Mogato PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippine navy recently found a large steel marker bearing Chinese inscriptions and hundreds of yellow buoys in waters near the Reed Bank, an area of the South China Sea where Manila has long explored for oil and gas, Philippine naval sources said. One source, a sailor, told Reuters he was on a fishing boat being used by the navy that discovered the rubber buoys and the floating steel marker at the end of May. The buoys stretched "as far as the eye could see", the sailor said.

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  • Salman, Jacqueline attend Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party

    Mumbai, July 6 (IANS) Superstar Salman Khan and actors Jacqueline Fernandez and Varun Dhawan besides other celebrities graced politician Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party here. Like every year, this time too, all eyes were glued to the entrance for superstar

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  • Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Coach are making the same mistake — and it's undermining business

    (Getty) Many aspirational retail brands are in crisis.  Companies like Ralph Lauren, Coach, and Michael Kors have reported disappointing earnings recently. Shares for all three companies have declined in the past year.  Many of the companies' struggles

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  • Saudi Aramco lowers August Arab Light crude OSP to Asia

    (Adds background) ABU DHABI, July 5 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has cut the official selling price (OSP) for its benchmark Arab Light crude to Asia in August, as expected, while raising the price to European customers. State

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  • Versace kicks off Paris couture week in style

    Actress Michelle Rodriguez and model Naomi Campbell joined celebrity attendees Sunday at the start of Paris' fall-winter 2015-16 haute couture week — that headlined with Versace. Donatella Versace delivered her strongest show yet for her couture line since its 2012 relaunch, in a fun and frothy collection that mirrored the exuberance of the late '70s and the architecture of Art Nouveau. Wrought-iron bodices, meanwhile, added a touch of aggression to the feminine designs and harked back to the days of late 19th century decorative arts, as seen in the architecture of Paris' metro and its many garden gates.

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  • ISIS is 'acting like the permanent government' in the capital of Iraq's largest province

    It doesn't look like Iraqi forces will be able to take back Ramadi from the Islamic State anytime soon. The terrorists are already laying roots down in the capital of Anbar province, The Washington Post reports. Militants are performing government functions such as fixing infrastructure and distributing fuel in addition to building up defenses around the city to deter attacks.

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  • Fans cheer as Princess Charlotte christened on royal estate

    Prince William and his wife, Kate, marked a milestone for their newborn baby Princess Charlotte on Sunday — a christening ceremony on Queen Elizabeth II's country estate that was steeped in royal tradition. Hundreds of fans outside St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, a sprawling royal estate near England's eastern coast, cheered as William and Kate arrived with toddler Prince George and 9-week-old Charlotte, who was in a vintage pram. Following royal tradition, holy water from the River Jordan, where it is said Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, was used for the baptism.

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  • Police identify motel intruder shot by ex-CNN reporter

    The man fatally shot by a former CNN reporter at an Albuquerque motel had fled parole in Tennessee, police said. Tomorio Walton had absconded from parole out of Memphis, and it wasn't clear how long he had been in New Mexico, Albuquerque Police Department spokesman Tanner Tixier (tih-SHAY) said late Thursday. Chuck de Caro and his wife, Lynne Russell, were in their room when Walton, 27, allegedly tried to rob them, authorities said.

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  • Here are the markets most exposed to the crisis in Greece

    Investors had just learned that Greece's stock market and banks would be closed for the week, and capital controls would begin with a 60 euro-limit on ATM withdrawals. Vietnam was the big outlier because its government removed a ceiling on foreign investment for most local shares.

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  • Kerry urges Iran to make 'hard choices', says US ready to walk

    By Arshad Mohammed, John Irish and Shadia Nasralla VIENNA (Reuters) - An Iranian nuclear agreement is possible this week if Iran makes the "hard choices" necessary, but if not, the United States stands ready to walk away from the negotiations, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday. Speaking during a break from one of his four meetings with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday, Kerry said they had made "genuine progress" in talks over the last few days but "several of the most difficult issues" remain. "If hard choices get made in the next couple of days, made quickly, we could get an agreement this week, but if they are not made we will not," he said in Vienna, where talks between Iran, the United States and five other powers are being held.

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  • U.S. triumph caps truly global Women's World Cup

    By Simon Evans VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The United States returned to the pinnacle of women's soccer with a 5-2 crushing of Japan in Sunday's Women's World Cup final at the end of a riveting tournament that pushed the sport into new territory. The Americans last triumphed in 1999 but women's soccer is a vastly different sport than it was a decade-and-a-half ago with new nations forging their way into the elite amid an unprecedented level of global interest. As Golden Ball winner Carli Lloyd demonstrated with her astonishing 16 minute hat-trick in the final, including a goal from the half-way line, the women's game is delivering a level of excitement and quality that was non-existent in the 1990s.

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  • Iranian boat intercepted in high seas off Kerala, brought in

    Thiruvananthapuram, July 5 (IANS) The Indian Coast Guard intercepted a suspicious Iranian boat in the high seas of Kerala early Sunday, escorted it to a berth near the famed Kovalam beach and handed it over to police, an official statement said. A Coast Guard press release issued here Sunday said that on Friday, the state police had informed them about movement of a suspicious fishing trawler, likely to be involved in transfer of high value contraband on the high seas, about 100 kms west of Alleppey. Before the break of dawn, a Coast Guard team of ICGS Samar boarded the suspected vessel and took control of it and its 12 crew members.

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  • Man parading in Britain with IS flag did not break law: Police

    London, July 6 (IANS) A man, who paraded in London with an Islamic State (IS) flag wrapped around him, was found not guilty of breaking any law, police said. Some images were posted on a Korean forum after a tourist spotted a man walking outside Parliament Square on Saturday with an IS flag draped around him. The man carried a little girl on his shoulders, who was also waving a smaller IS flag, as he mingled with hundreds of tourists around central London, Mirror online reported on Monday.

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  • Pair of lions kept as pets by Gaza family arrive in Jordan

    Two young lions that had been kept as pets in a Gaza refugee camp traveled Sunday to Jordan where their final destination will be a wildlife sanctuary. A Gaza family had bought the lions as cubs from a local zoo that was damaged in last year's war between Israel and Gaza's rulers from the Islamic militant Hamas group. The family kept Mona and Max in their small home in the crowded Rafah refugee camp.

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  • Remove tainted ministers in centre, states: Left

    New Delhi, July 5 (IANS) A grouping of six Left parties on Sunday demanded the removal of all tainted ministers in the central government and states and a CBI probe into their alleged misconduct. "All tainted ministers in the Centre and the states must be removed from office until the investigations are completed and action taken," it added. The statement was issued by the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), Communist Party of India (CPI), Forward Bloc, Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP), Communist Party of India-Marxist Leninist-Liberation and Socialist Unity Centre of India-Communist.

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  • The story of Yamaha should terrify HP, Dell, Cisco, and anybody else who sells hardware

    "Cloud computing is going to change everything whether you like it or not," Vimal Thomas, vice president of Yamaha of America tells us. Nearly every company is using public cloud computing services like AWS these days (Microsoft, Google, and IBM also have similar services).

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  • All-Williams matchup headlines Monday's action at Wimbledon

    One five-time Wimbledon champion is guaranteed to reach the quarterfinals. Individually and together, the Williams sisters have become two of the greatest champions at the All England Club. Venus won one final, and also won a semifinal match against her younger sibling in 2000 — the first time they met on court at the tournament.

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  • Bombs hit ex-president Saleh's party headquarters in Yemen

    Sanaa, July 6 (IANS) The Saudi-led Arab international coalition targeting the Houthi Shia rebel movement in Yemen bombed the headquarters of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh's political party on Monday. Airstrikes also targeted the homes of several leaders of the General People's Congress party and of several Houthi leaders, witnesses told Efe news agency. The bombings hit hours after special UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed arrived in Sanaa to hold talks with leaders of the party and the rebel movement to reach a humanitarian truce.

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  • I lived the nightmare that keeps anti-vaccine advocates up at night — and I'm still not on their side

    My incident happened in college, after I received an email from the health center encouraging all female students to get the (then) newly-released Gardasil HPV vaccine. My primary care doctor chastised me for getting a vaccine so soon after it had been released to the general public, and contacted Merck again about the reaction.

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