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Michelle Obama Called An ‘Ape In Heels’ By US Official

The first lady of the USA, Michelle Obama, has been referred to as an “Ape in heels” by two US officials. The director of government-funded non-profit, Clay County Development Corp. Pamela Ramsey Taylor, took to Facebook to make the statement after Donald Trump was elected …

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Ukraine appoints 24-year-old woman as minister

Ukraine was in an uproar Monday over the appointment as deputy interior minister of a 24-year-old woman who made her name by posing nude and working for a Russian-backed party. The surprise pick was quietly revealed last Thursday and went …

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Jackie Chan gets Oscar After 50 Years

Hong Kong martial artist and actor Jackie Chan finally gots an Oscar After 50 Years, 200 Films and Many Broken Bones. The movie star was awarded an honorary Oscar at the annual Governors Awards on Saturday for his longtime work …

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Brad Pitt Cleared of Child Abuse Allegations

According to TMZ, Brad Pitt has officially been cleared of abuse allegations by the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services. The case, involving an incident between the 52-year-old actor and his 15-year-old son Maddox on a private jet, …

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US Elections: Donald Trump Wins 2016 Election

Republican Party candidate Donald Trump scored a stunning upset in today’s presidential election in the US, claiming some key battleground states and winning the state of Pennsylvania to beat Democratic Party rival Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton. Had Mrs. Clinton won, …

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PHOTO: Sinkhole swallows 5 streets in Japan

A giant sinkhole swallowed a five-lane street in the centre of one of Japan’s biggest cities this morning. The collapse began at around 05:00 local time (20:00 GMT Monday) near Hakata Station, the busiest in Fukuoka city in the southern …

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FBI clears Hillary Clinton over emails

Hillary Clinton has gotten a second all-clear from US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over her email probe by the agency. The agency has announced that it would not make any changes to its July decision, that Clinton should not …

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