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  • Australia ran clean 2022 World Cup bid, 'others did not' - Lowy

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia football supremo Frank Lowy insists his country ran a clean bid to host the 2022 World Cup while others did not, even if they were sometimes naive and made mistakes. In an open letter released on Wednesday, Lowy said he had nursed a "bitter grievance" since Australia's bid won just a single vote in 2010, and the tournament was awarded to Qatar. The shock resignation of FIFA President Sepp Blatter on Tuesday is likely to intensify calls for the controversial ballot to be re-run if the process is proved to have been corrupt.

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  • Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner react to Caitlyn Jenner

    NEW YORK (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner's loved ones were among numerous well-wishers to support her coming out Monday in Vanity Fair.Her stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian West, tweeted: "How beautiful! Be happy, be proud, live life YOUR way!"Khloe Kardashian declared

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  • Syrian army battles Islamic State in northeast Syria

    Syrian troops and militia fought fierce battles with Islamic State fighters in Syria's northeast overnight, war monitors and state media said on Wednesday, as both sides vie for control of territory near the Iraqi frontier. Some of the biggest battles took place near a prison just south of Hasaka city after Islamic State set off a bomb close by, the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. State television also reported the clashes, saying they were fought around the prison under construction.

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  • Burger King's secret to becoming the most successful fast food chain

    "Burger King has debuted successful new limited time offers without adding back-of-the-house complexity," Citi analysts write. By creating new menu items from existing ingredients, like the new ultimate bacon cheeseburger, Burger King can entice customers without overwhelming its workers and slowing down service. For instance, the ultimate bacon cheeseburger is similar to the classic.

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  • Instagram 'deletes account' of Iran revolutionary leader

    Photosharing service Instagram has deleted an account dedicated to Iran's revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini just days before the 26th anniversary of his death, Iranian media reported on Monday. "Instagram in an email announced the deletion of the page ... and only provided the automated generic text banning violent, pornographic or advertisement content," according to Iranian media. Another account @EmamKhomeiny, was created to replace it as Iran prepares to mark the anniversary Thursday of Khomeini's death.

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  • Ex-homeless man makes millions breeding racing falcons for Dubai

    A former homeless man from a deprived part of the UK has turned his life around by breeding the world’s fastest racing falcons and flying them to the UAE to compete in races on behalf of wealthy sheikhs. Doncaster-based Bryn Close has become so renowned in the emirate’s competitive falconry circles that the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan, has now struck a deal with Close to buy every bird he breeds. In the latest President’s Cup in Abu Dhabi in January, all seven fastest birds were reared by Close.

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  • Philippine leader likens China to Nazi Germany

    Philippine President Benigno Aquino drew a parallel Wednesday between present day China and Nazi Germany during a speech in Japan, hinting the world cannot continue to appease Beijing as it claims ever-more territory in the South China Sea. The comments come as disquiet grows over the quickening pace of China's land reclamation programme in international waters, including its construction of a runway long enough for large military planes. "If there was a vacuum, if the United States, which is the superpower, says 'we are not interested', perhaps there is no brake to ambitions of other countries," Aquino told an audience of business leaders in Tokyo when asked about China's rising might and the role of the US in checking it.

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  • Rohingya migrants raped at Thai-Malaysia border camps: report

    Muslim Rohingya women who were held at human-trafficking camps in Thailand and Malaysia were subjected to gang rapes by their captors, assaults that left at least two of them pregnant, a Malaysian media report said. Malaysia's state-run Bernama news agency quoted a Rohingya survivor of the camps, Nur Khaidha Abdul Shukur, as saying young women would be taken away nightly from the jungle post where she was held near Padang Besar in Thailand. The report also quoted her husband Nurul Amin Nobi Hussein saying he witnessed similar crimes taking place at nearby camps on the Malaysian side of the border.

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  • James Bond, Beatles costume designer Julie Harris dies at 94

    Julie Harris, an Academy Award-winning costume designer who outfitted James Bond and The Beatles, has died at 94. Jo Botting, a British Film Institute curator and friend, said Harris died Saturday at a London hospital after suffering from a chest infection. Harris played a major role in capturing the look of 1960s "Swinging London" on film.

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  • What Happens When a Harvard Engineer Gets Robbed?

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  • 17 shocking facts that could change the way you think about water forever

    Before the event, we joined a closed-door meeting with Tyson and the five experts. Below are just a handful of facts they shared that help put water shortages like California’s crippling four-year drought into stark perspective.

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  • King Salman is overhauling the birthplace of Saudi Arabia's ideology

    Saudi Arabia's recently crowned King Salman is making the birthplace of his government's ruling ideology into a tourist attraction, according to The New York Times. The Times notes that the development, which will be in the town of Diriyah, is a "pet project" of Salman's that's meant to "reinforce the royal family’s national narrative." The complex will showcase the Saudi kingdom's conservative religious ideology, referred to as Wahhabism, that has been criticized for being intolerant and fundamentalist. "It is important for Saudis who are living now, in this century, to know that the state came from a specific place that has been preserved and that it was built on an idea, a true, correct and tolerant ideology that respected others," Abdullah Arrakban, an official who is working the project, told the Times.

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  • Pakistan agog as arrested top model leaves catwalk for court

    Pakistan's top model Ayaan Ali, whose pale gray eyes have stared out of innumerable ads in this Muslim country, now only struts before the cameras coming to and from court. Property tycoon Malik Riaz Hussain even went on satellite channel Geo TV to deny allegations Ali previously flew on his private jet.

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  • Maggi Mess: FIR To Be Filed Against Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit And Preity Zinta!

    Following the controversy related to endorsing Maggi, an instant noodles brand, which has been under scrutiny for high content of lead and monosodium glutamate, a court in Bihar has directed the local police to register an FIR against Bollywood actors Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta for endorsing the product. The court ordered lodging of a case against the three actors and officials of Nestle India on a petition filed by a lawyer named Sudhir Kumar Ojha on Monday. In his petition, the complainant has alleged that he fell ill after consuming a packet of Maggi noodles, following which, he filed the petition.

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  • NASA wants to send humans to Mars in this giant flying saucer and it's about to go for a test run — here's how to watch

    Due to unfavorable ocean conditions, NASA has postponed their test flight of the low-density supersonic decelerator spacecraft to Wednesday, June 3 no sooner than 1:30 pm ET. NASA has big plans to land the first humans on Mars by 2035, but getting there is going to take spacecraft of giant proportions — and larger than anything the agency has ever sent to the red planet before. Enter NASA's low-density supersonic decelerator (LDSD) project, which includes a genuine, bonafide flying saucer that could be what astronauts ride down to the surface of Mars for the first time in the not-too-distant future.

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  • Clooney says interested in having children after all: Bild

    George Clooney and his wife Amal Alamuddin do want to have children, the U.S. actor was quoted on Monday as saying, after he caused a stir last month by saying parenthood was not high on his priority list. Asked by German newspaper Bild whether he and Alamuddin, a human rights lawyer, were interested in having kids, the two-time Oscar winner said: "Yes, but we're taking our time." Clooney told U.S. network CBS late last month he had not really thought about having children, adding it "hasn't been high on my list". Clooney said he had been asked about that a lot lately because of his recent marriage and his latest film "Tomorrowland", which has children in it.

    Reuters
  • The Golden State Warriors refused to trade for Kevin Love last summer — and it led to a breakout year from one of their best players

    The Golden State Warriors shocked the NBA world last season when they decided not to trade for Kevin Love, instead keeping Klay Thompson and giving him a $70 million extension. Not only has Thompson become a pivotal player for the Warriors, emerging as one of the best two-way wing players in the NBA, the decision not to trade for Love opened the door for forward Draymond Green. Green was one the Warriors' big pick-ups in the 2012 draft, and he has emerged as a crucial player for the team this year.

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  • Sink or sell? Russia spat leaves France with warships to spare

    Tensions between the West and Russia over Ukraine have blocked a deal in which Moscow was to buy the ships, leaving Paris trying to negotiate a face-saving compromise and work out CAwhat to do with two unwanted warships. "There are three possibilities: deliver the boats to Russia, sell them to someone else or destroy them," said a source close to the matter. It is an embarrassment that is not of French President Francois Hollande's making.

    Reuters
  • These are the features of Mexico's monstrous home-made narco tanks

    As drug trafficking-related violence in Mexico rages, the cartels have come up with a radical solution for improving their capabilities in faceoffs with other criminal groups and Mexican security services. Narco-tanks are home-made armored vehicles, also known in Spanish as "monstruo" for their hulking size. The Mexican military's subsequent crackdown on the creation of monstrous forced the practice even further underground.

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  • Shiv Sena 'blesses' Muslim MBA who was denied job

    Mumbai, June 2 (IANS) The Shiv Sena showered its 'blessings' on Zeeshan Ali Khan, a Muslim MBA who was recently refused a job in a well-known diamond export company but now absorbed by the Adani Group in Mumbai. "If something like this had happened, it is condemnable in the strongest terms... The boy was refused a job on grounds of religion, but now he has got an even bigger offer from Adani Group, and he is happy..." the party said in an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana on Tuesday. In view of these developments, the Sena wondered if India is truly a 'secular' country, but nobody has any answer to this.

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  • After Salman Khan, Sidharth Malhotra Takes To Cycling For Reaching Sets

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is known for cycling to the sets of his films at times and it seems that this has inspired Sidharth Malhotra, who has taken to cycling to reach the sets of his upcoming film Kapoor & Sons, which is being shot in Coonoor. A source close to the star said, ''It's a curvy road from the hotel to the sets, which goes uphill and it was extremely tough when Sidharth did it initially. On his part, Sidharth said, ''I prefer exercising outdoors than in a gym.

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