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    Iran Revolutionary Guards: Our frontlines are in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon

    Iranian officials occasionally boast about their meddling in the affairs of neighboring countries, but the most recent example of this was seen when the deputy commander of the Revolutionary Guard Corp, Brigadier General Hussein Salami, described the interference as an art practiced by the Islamic Republic in the region. General Salami said his country succeeded in taking the battle with the “enemy” to far distances, describing Iraq, Lebanon and Syria as the frontlines of Iran’s war with its “enemies,” according to his statement.

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    Family brutally killed in Cairo, while father was watching Egypt-Russia game

    New details are emerging regarding the massacre which happened in Egypt on June 19 during the World Cup football match between Egypt and Russia, when a mother and her two daughters were found murdered at their Cairo apartment, while the father was watching the game at a nearby coffee shop. Acoording to the police report,  the  38-year-old mother was strangled to death with her head scarf, while one daughter aged 14 years was strangled using a telephone cord while the younger daughter aged 12 years was killed by suffocating her with a pillow case. When the father came home he discovered the crime and found that a case containing $19,000 was also stolen. The initial police reports and according to eyewitnesses and CCTV footage from a nearby shop,  a woman and a man who are not from the residential area, had entered the building and had gone to the apartment at the time the crime happened.

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    George and Amal Clooney donate $100k to migrant charity

    George and Amal Clooney have donated $100,000 to the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights. The 'Ocean's Eleven' actor and the 40-year-old human rights lawyer - who have 12-month-old twins Ella and Alexander together - have revealed they are doing what they can to help migrant children who have been separated from their families, by donating the whopping sum to the non-profit organisation. George, 57, and Amal made the decision after saying they couldn't sit by and do nothing in the face of the refugee crisis, especially when they're parents of young children themselves. Speaking to People magazine, they said in a joint statement: "At some point in the future our children will ask us: 'Is it true, did our country really take babies from their parents and put them in detention centres?' And when we answer yes, they'll ask us what we did about it.

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    Demi Lovato opens up about relapse in candid single 'Sober'

    (CNN)Demi Lovato has released a new single that reveals a heartbreaking setback in her road to recovery from addiction. In her new single, titled "Sober," a candid Lovato admits to suffering a relapse. Lovato has always been an open when it comes to her mental health and struggles with substance abuse. In the past, Lovato has spoken candidly in various interviews about her use of cocaine and addiction to alcohol, as well as her struggle with an eating disorder.

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    N Korea still poses major threat

    US President Donald Trump has renewed sanctions on North Korea, citing an "extraordinary threat" from its nuclear weapons - just 10 days after saying there was no risk from Pyongyang. "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea," he tweeted on 13 June, a day after meeting the country's leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore. The move came as the US and South Korea cancelled two more training exercises. The Pentagon said the goal was to support diplomatic negotiations. It follows the decision earlier this week to suspend a major joint military exercise between the US and South Korea that had been planned for August. President Trump promised to end the annual "war games" between the allies in

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    How Janet Jackson fought depression and found happiness

    Jackson describes feeling unhappy about her appearance as a child. "I wasn't happy with the way I looked. For most of my life, that lack of happiness followed me," she writes. "I wish someone had said, 'You look fine. You look healthy. Being a little chubby is the least important thing in the world. Enjoy your childhood. Enjoy running and laughing and playing. Stop looking in the mirror and comparing yourself to others." She says feelings of "despair" continued into her adult life. "In my forties: Like millions of women in the world, I still heard voices inside my head berating me, voices questioning my value," Jackson writes. "Happiness was elusive. A reunion with old friends might make me happy.

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    In pictures: Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot

    The major fixture of the social season has arrived - it's Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot. Fashionistas and racegoers at the Berkshire racecourse basked in blazing sunshine as temperatures hit a balmy 20C. Day three of the event is one of the biggest dates in the British fashion calendar, and classy outfits were in abundance as the course welcomed its highest attendance so far. But it was headwear that took centre stage. Feathers were a popular choice for many, but other designs ranged from the exquisitely detailed to the outright wacky. You may also like: Royal Ascot will continue until Saturday. Follow live coverage of Ladies' Day here.