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  • Kim Kardashian's Style Evolution: Before And After Kanye West

    Many of her fans have noticed a dramatic change in her style over the years and the 34-year-old has revealed that her transformation is down to none other than her husband, Kanye West. Kim admitted that when she and Kanye started dating three years ago, the rapper threw out her entire wardrobe and brought in a team of fashion stylists to update her look. The mum-of-one reckons fashion guru Kanye has made her love fashion ‘so much more’ thanks to his image overhaul and you can’t deny the effect his discerning eye has had on Kim’s wardrobe.

  • Jennifer Lawrence And Amy Schumer Continue To Give Us #FriendshipGoals By Creating The Coolest Human Pyramid

    Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer are already two of the coolest, most hilarious and all-round wonderful women in the showbiz world. Amy, 34, posted a fun snap of the BFFs forming potentially the best boat-based human pyramid ever on Instagram, which shows the comedian herself acting as part of the pyramid’s base while J-Law, 24, poses at the top. Amy and Jen have been having a whale of time on holidaying together (totally not jealous), with the comedian previously sharing this fab photo of herself riding on the back of a jet ski, driving by Jen.

  • Kylie Jenner Reveals The Truth About *Those* Marriage Rumours

    Kylie Jenner has finally shut down those pesky rumours that she’s tied the knot with Tyga, after being spotted with a fancy band on THAT finger.Rumours that weren’t *exactly* helped when she appeared on ‘I Am Cait’, replying to Caitlyn Jenner telling

  • China drop, other global markets mostly up after US data

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- China's stock market extended loss while other global stocks mostly gained Friday after data showed the U.S. economy posted solid growth during the second quarter. KEEPING SCORE: Europe

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  • Lynn Anderson, singer of 'Rose Garden,' dies in Nashville

    Lynn Anderson, whose strong, husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden," has died. A statement from the family said she passed away at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday. Anderson first soaked up the national spotlight as a young singer on "The Lawrence Welk Show" between 1967 and 1969.

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  • Filipino’s death sparks criticism of consulate’s facilities

    The death of a Filipino on a suspected heatstroke case inside the Philippine labour office within the consulate premises on Tuesday sparked criticisms on the mission’s alleged “lack of proper facilities” to serve its constituents. The victim, identified as Alex Lapore, 37, died after collapsing and falling face down on the pavement near the entrance of the labour office next to the consulate in Al Ghusais. Consul officials said the presumed cause of death was heatstroke but they said they are awaiting the official medical report from UAE authorities to ascertain the real reason behind Lapore’s demise.

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  • Pluto's dwarf planet status is 'bulls---,' says lead scientist of NASA mission

    Pluto is perhaps the most beloved object in our Solar System. So when the New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto on July 14 — a nearly 10-year, 3-billion-mile journey — we weren't too surprised to learn NASA saw unprecedented traffic to its website,

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  • 7 Reasons Why We Love Super-Model Jourdan Dunn

    Of all the supermodels that have graced our runways, Jourdan Dunn has to be one of the nicest and most down to earth models out there and this leggy lady is certainly no one trick pony. The London, Greenford born beauty is celebrating turning 25 today, so we thought we would share with you the many different sides of Jourdan Dunn and why she’s just so awesome. In 2008, Dunn became the first black model to walk the Prada catwalk in ten years since Naomi Campbell and in 2014, Forbes listed Dunn among their top-earning models.

  • Possible MH370 debris could be a 'flaperon' — here's what that means

    This week, debris washed up on the on the beaches of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean. According to CNN, investigators from Boeing conducted a photo assessment of the wreckage and were able confirm an indentification number that corresponds with a Boeing 777 part. As a result, the investigators have a "high degree of confidence" the part found on the island could be the right "flaperon" from the 777, CNN reported.

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  • Elon Musk's ex-wife explains what it takes to be as successful as the tech billionaire

    Justine Musk, the first wife of billionaire Elon Musk, knows a lot about extreme success — her ex-husband is a founder of PayPal and the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and has an estimated net worth of around $14 billion. "Extreme success results from an extreme personality and comes at the cost of many other things," she writes, noting that you can still be accomplished — and probably happier — without attaining Elon's level of success. Although Justine wrote in 2010 that she and Elon were estranged, she also noted that she doesn't regret the marriage and continues to respect Elon's vision.

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  • Rousey roams to Brazil with plan to beat Correia at UFC 190

    Ronda Rousey is in charge now. The unbeaten bantamweight champion is the biggest star in the UFC, and she could have staged her next title defense anywhere in the world before she moves on to her next acting job or book tour stop or red-carpet appearance. Rousey decided to fight Brazilian challenger Bethe Correia in a raucous arena at UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday night.

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  • Khloe Kardashian's Personal Trainer Says She's an 'Animal'

    "Khloe's an animal," says celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson of the 31-year-old Kardashian sister, who made headlines recently for her Complex cover shoot, and has been getting into impressive shape through waist training and most importantly, intense workouts. The in-demand personal trainer has worked with some of Hollywood’s hottest stars including Kellan Lutz, who calls the workout guru "awesome" and "innovative." Peterson did admit however, that some stars, like Sofia Vergara, are just like us when it comes to working out.

  • In their gloomy isolation after Memon hanging, Muslims turn to Owaisi

    "Majrooh Sultanpuri" I had turned up in Mumbai to cover the aftermath of the 1993 bomb blasts. On my way to meet Rusi Karanjia editor of Blitz and journalist Olga Tellis, at the US Club in Cuff Parade, I tried to engage with my Muslim taxi driver. "How were Muslims reacting to the blasts." He was abrupt to the point of being rude.

  • Air India flight makes emergency landing, all aboard safe

    New Delhi, July 31 (IANS) An Air India flight with around 150 passengers and crew on board made an emergency landing at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) on Friday. According to airport sources, the incident involving Air India flight AI-410 from Patna occurred around 11.00 a.m. The source said that after detecting a technical snag the pilot requested the air traffic control (ATC) for permission to make an emergency landing. "The aircraft landed safely after making an emergency landing.

  • Mullah Omar's death mysterious: Pakistani daily

    Islamabad, July 31 (IANS) Taliban leader Mullah Omar lived in secrecy and his death appears to have been just as mysterious, a Pakistani daily said on Friday. An editorial in the News International said that Mullah Omar, who led the Taliban after it seized power in Kabul in 1996, lived in secrecy. Afghan authorities said that Mullah Omar, who had fled to a secret location after the 2001 invasion of Kabul and then continued to lead the Taliban from his place of hiding, died in April 2013 at a Karachi hospital.

  • 'The Saudis do not have as much clout as the market gives them credit for'

    Saudi Arabia is worried about defending its energy market share. "The Saudis are certainly concerned about defending market share, particularly given that the battle in key growth regions such as China and India is becoming increasingly crowded," RBC Capital Markets commodity strategist Michael Tran wrote in a note to clients. "The Saudis do not have as much clout as the market gives them credit for," he continued.

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  • Despite bombing, Islamic State is no weaker than a year ago

    American intelligence agencies have concluded that despite billions of dollars spent and more than 10,000 extremist fighters killed, the Islamic State group is fundamentally no weaker than it was when the U.S.-led bombing campaign began a year ago. The battle for Ramadi, expected over the next few months, "promises to test the mettle" of Iraq's security forces, Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Kevin J. Killea, who is helping run the U.S.-led coalition effort in Iraq, told reporters at the Pentagon in a video briefing from the region. The U.S.-led military campaign has put the Islamic State group on defense, Killea said, adding, "There is progress." Witnesses on the ground say the airstrikes and Kurdish ground actions are squeezing the militants in northern Syria, particularly in their self-proclaimed capital in Raqqa.

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  • Shakira Teaches Her Adorable 6-Month-Old Son Sasha How to Play Soccer

    Here's hoping Shakira's son, Sasha, follows in his father's athletic footsteps! On Wednesday, Shakira shared this adorable video of her youngest son Sasha with her boyfriend, pro soccer player Gerard Pique, taking what appears to be his first kick at a soccer ball. "Happy 6 months Sasha! Shak," the Columbian superstar wrote on Instagram.

  • Saudi Arabia asks NY judge to drop it from Sept. 11 lawsuit

    Saudi Arabia had nothing to do with the Sept. 11 attacks and should be dismissed as a defendant in lawsuits brought by victims' families, a lawyer for the kingdom told a judge Thursday. Attorney Michael Kellogg made the argument before a Manhattan federal judge, who did not immediately rule. Saudi Arabia was dropped as a defendant nine years ago by a judge who said it was protected by sovereign immunity, but a federal appeals court in December 2013 reinstated it, saying a legal exception existed and the circumstances were extraordinary.

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  • San Francisco housing prices are so insane a Wharton grad is converting shipping containers for people to live in illegally

    It’s no secret that San Francisco housing prices have shot through the roof. Luke Iseman, 31, leases a 17,000-square-foot warehouse in Oakland in which he has built 11 micro residences out of cargo containers, Bloomberg reports. “It’s not making us much money yet, but it allows us to live in the Bay Area, which is a feat,” Iseman told Bloomberg.

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