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  • Are Katy Perry And John Mayer Back Together Again For The 234th Time?

    Forgive us if you think you’ve heard this one before, but Katy Perry and John Mayer are - you’ve guessed it - back ON. The pair were spotted on holiday in Yellowstone National Park, which isn’t your usual celeb holiday hotspot, and witnesses told The Sun that the on-off-on-off-we’velosttrack couple appeared “head-over-heels” in love. The couple - that’s Katy and John - have been together since 2008, but have broken up more times than we’ve had hot dinners (well, nearly, this is the fourth time they’ve split/reunited and we’ve had at least six hot dinners in that time).

  • Amy Childs Is Head Over Heels In Love With Her Boyfriend Bradley Wright And Wants The (Instagram) World To Know It!

    In the modern day equivalent of shouting your love from the rooftops, one of our favourite Essex babes, Amy Childs, has shared an Instagram post with her new beau that’s packed full of the warm fuzzies. Amy, 25, has been dating her relatively new boyfriend Bradley, 24, since the New Year after meeting in an Essex bar. Amy doesn’t seem to think so, as she captioned the photo, which was shared with her 227,000 followers, “Love him so much.” All-together now, ‘awww’!

  • Why Ronda Rousey's biggest rival was rooting for her against Bethe Correia

    Ronda Rousey has been so dominant as a UFC champion that talk now focuses not on how you beat her, but how long you last. Just ask Miesha Tate. “Cupcake” actually made it out of the first round against undefeated “Rowdy” in their second fight at UFC 168 in 2013.

  • Iranian censors act against critics of nuclear deal: ISNA

    Iran's Press Supervisory Board has suspended a hardline newspaper and cautioned two other outlets for criticizing last month's nuclear deal with world powers -- a rare move for a body more used to upholding social conservatism. The board suspended "9 Dey", a weekly newspaper that accused Tehran's negotiators of overstepping Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's red lines in the negotiations, and referred its case to a court, the ISNA news agency reported on Monday. Censors also cautioned "Kayhan", an influential conservative daily, and the "Raja News" website, in a setback for critics who assert that Iranian negotiators made too many concessions to reach the historic deal on July 14.

  • Mad for Madonna even at P3K-P57K tickets

    Proof: Madonna’s Manila concert at SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena on Feb. 24, 2016, is more than six months away, but already, there is much ado about getting tickets now, “before they run out,” a midlevel corporate executive told the Inquirer. It took one week before the official announcement on July 29 that the Manila concert, part of Madonna’s “Rebel Heart” world tour, will have a second night on Feb. 25, 2016, although the Inquirer had reported it in advance (Madonna in Manila confirmed: 2 nights at MOA Arena,, July 1). The decision to hold back the announcement of the second night was a calculated move, sources say, to test if the Philippine market was ready for advance ticket sales, especially for a top concert act like Madonna.

    Philippine Daily Inquirer
  • Brazilian universities to help with dirty water cleanup

    Rio de Janeiro Governor Luiz Fernando Pezao signed a deal Monday with several Brazilian universities and research institutes to develop a plan for cleaning up the polluted waters of the city's sewage-strewn Guanabara Bay, where Olympic sailing events will be held. As part of Brazil's Olympic project, authorities pledged more than six years ago to drastically cut the amount of raw human sewage in the bay before the 2016 games. An Associated Press investigation published last week revealed high counts of disease-causing viruses directly linked to human sewage in Olympic waters.

    Associated Press
  • Another photo of the iPhone 6S' screen has reportedly leaked

    Apple is expected to unveil its next iPhone in September, but we may already have a decent idea of what it looks like thanks to photos that have leaked over the past several months. The latest leaked photo, which was published by Australian website Maxfixit, lines up with previous images that indicate the next iPhone will look a lot like the iPhone 6. The photos, which are said to show the iPhone 6S' screen and its underlying components, have reportedly come from Apple's supply chain in Asia.

    Business Insider
  • Saudi King cuts vacation short amid uproar from Cannes locals

    Saudi Arabian King Salman left the south of France for Morocco on Sunday, cutting short a planned three-week stay after a petition from some 150,000 residents over the closure of a public beach outside his villa. A Saudi source said King Salman had arrived in Morocco, saying this was part of his holiday program and had nothing to do with the media coverage that his visit had attracted. Philippe Castanet, a local French government official, added that about half of the king's 1,000-person entourage had left along with him.

    Business Insider
  • New talks set to tackle UAE-Philippines air traffic tensions

    Talks are set to take place later this month between aviation authorities in the UAE and the Philippines to address tensions related to demand for more flights between the two countries. The UAE and the Philippines will reportedly hold discussions on August 27-28 as the likes of Emirates seek to increase flights to the South East Asian nation despite opposition from local carriers. Carmelo Arcilla, the executive director of Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), the Philippines’ aviation regulator, told The National that Emirates will seek to expand its existing traffic rights to 21 flights per week.
  • Photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Body Reportedly Sold for Six Figures

    A photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s body has reportedly sold for six figures, a source tells ET. The picture, which was snapped on Friday, July 31 during the private viewing and wake for the 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, shows Bobbi Kristina’s body lying in her casket. A source tells ET the photo was sold to the National Enquirer and that the purchase price went into six figures.

  • The US may be about to score a huge intelligence victory over China

    Unnamed US officials confirmed to The Times that Ling Wancheng is in the US, where he reportedly owns a $2.5 million home in the Sierra Nevada foothills in California. Wancheng is thought to possess damaging information about the Chinese government that would in turn be useful intelligence to the US.

    Business Insider
  • Kim & Kylie's Identical Insta! 

    Kim Kardashian officially has a mini-me! Kylie Jenner looks more like her older half-sister and style inspiration than ever. "Kim x Kylie," she wrote. The family resemblance is still undeniable, but it's clear Kylie is the one taking after her superstar sibling the most.

    Access Hollywood
  • Floyd Mayweather picked a guy who has lost 3 of his last 6 fights as his final opponent, and the boxing world hates it

    After weeks of speculation, Floyd Mayweather confirmed that his next and supposed final fight will be against Andre Berto on September 12 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Berto, 31, has lost three of his last six fights. While he's a former welterweight champion, he was far below guys like Keith Thurman, Timothy Bradley, Gennady Golovkin, and even Amir Khan on the list of deserving opponents who could have potentially given the undefeated mayweather a fight.

    Business Insider
  • Dubai's real-estate market is looking vulnerable again

    Dubai's property market looks like it has hit a peak. This after the IMF warned the Dubai government that it could be facing another property bubble due to “unsustainable price dynamics and an eventual correction” in May 2014. Property prices climbed 32% from the first quarter of 2013 to the first quarter of 2014.

    Business Insider
  • Mum And Son Duo Slim Down (And Get Seriously Ripped) After Dramatic Lifestyle Change

    A mum and her son have showed off a shocking body transformation after vowing to become healthier and hit the gym. Angela McManus has slimmed down from a size 16 to a healthy size 12 after swapping ready meals for fresh meat and vegetables. The 48-year-old, from Newcastle upon Tyne, also roped her son Bradley, 20, into her healthier lifestyle and the pair now flaunts enviable and taut figures.

  • Passenger caught with 6.28kg of cocaine in leg cast

    A passenger was caught with 6.28kg of cocaine hidden in a leg cast when he tried to run away after a suspicious airport policeman stopped him at Dubai airport. A policeman was said to have asked the 49-year-old Swedish passenger, A.M., to bring the medical reports from his bag at the luggage belt after the latter claimed that his legs were in a cast because they were fractured. The policeman searched A.M., who had just arrived at Dubai International Airport’s terminal three, when he suspected the passenger who seemed scared and confused as he was sweating a lot.

    Gulf News
  • One of the world's strangest border disputes is officially over

    The border dispute surrounding 162 Indian and Bangladeshi enclaves ended Saturday at one minute past midnight, Adam Taylor of The Washington Post reports. The two countries switched sovereignty over 111 enclaves in Bangladesh and 51 in India after a border agreement struck in June, the AFP reports, ending a 68-year-old dispute affecting the lives of over 50,000 people. No one is sure exactly how this odd border dispute came to be: Some say it was the result of a chess game, while others says it was because of an ink spill on a map by a drunken British colonial.

    Business Insider
  • Australia's "runaway groom" jumps bail

    Melbourne, Aug 3 (IANS) An Australian man who was allowed a weekend release from jail so that he could get married, is on the loose and poses a threat to the public, police said on Monday. Murat Shomshe, 33, was approved bail after he told a Melbourne court that he would lose a $4,400 deposit if he does not get bail as he had already paid that money for his wedding, but, just two days after the ceremony, ran away from his bride, Xinhua news agency reported. Shomshe has been on the run for a week and according to Victoria police on Monday, poses a significant threat to the public as he has a history of violence and extensive links to bikie gangs.

  • What happens to debris when a plane crashes in the ocean?

    Australia is leading the hunt for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which is thought to have gone down in the southern Indian Ocean, with experts in France due to examine Wednesday a wing part that washed up on La Reunion island. The national science agency, CSIRO, along with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, has performed drift modelling based on their current search zone for the jet that vanished last year en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. Q. What happens when a plane crashes into the ocean?

  • More suspected MH370 wreckage found

    Paris, Aug 4 (IANS) More suspected wreckage was found on Tuesday on the northern coast of French island of La Reunion, where debris suspected to be part of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was discovered last week. According to a picture provided by a witness, the newly found wreckage was an approximate 30 by 30 cm square frame, with all the edges and corners round-shaped, Xinhua news agency reported. The founder reportedly discovered another piece of metallic wreckage last Sunday in the same area, reported LINFO.RE, a local daily.