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Dubai’s most unique hotels

Burj Al Arab — We’re still unsure why one might need a revolving four poster bed, but at $24,000 a night you can deliberate for yourself in the Burj Al Arab’s Royal Suite. Located in the world’s first seven-star hotel and decadently furnished across 8,400 square feet, it’s still perhaps the most coveted place to lay your head in Dubai. ...

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Dog meat at China’s Festival. Stuff tastes like Chicken

Dog meat hasn’t been banned after all at China’s Yulin festival China’s notorious dog meat festival where thousands of dogs are slaughtered every year has begun despite claims it was set to be banned. Horrific images from the city of Yulin show the animals’ bodies lying on market stalls and the meat simmering in a large wok. It had been hoped ...

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Personal details of over 200 million American voters have been leaked, your not safe

If you’re an American citizen, then chances are some of your personal details have been exposed in what experts are calling the largest known data leak of its kind. Information of more than 200 million people has been accidentally put out for the world to see by a marketing firm tasked with helping the Republican National Committee over the election ...

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The pop star Rihanna in Africa, Uganda ,Malawi

rihanna in malawi

Rihanna in uganda after Malawi.  American Artiste Rihanna visits Africa, Malawi. she’s making education a top priority in Africa. Being the founder of Clara Lionel Foundation. Organisation In the fight against injustice, inequality, and poverty, access to education and health . Rihanna  spent time with local students in malawi and helped them with Math. Watch Rihanna in uganda after Malawi

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We soaked ourselves in water to run down 16 floors in Grenfell Tower fire

A couple had to soak themselves in water and dash down 16 storeys of fire after a sobbing emergency operator told them nobody could save them from the horrific Grenfell Tower fire. Sener Macit, 56, and his wife Hanife, 57, braved the smoke-filled staircases of the Latimer Road high rise almost three hours after the blaze was reported at around ...

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Barclays Bank has been charged with fraud in Qatar case

Barlays bank fraud, qatar case

The Serious Fraud Office case relates to the way the bank raised billions of pounds from Qatari investors enabling it to avoid a government bailout. Barclays and four former executives have been charged with fraud over their actions in the 2008 financial crisis. Former chief executive John Varley is one of the four ex-staff who will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ ...

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North Korean detention lead to Otto Warmbier death

Otto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea for nearly a year and a half, died Monday afternoon, days after he returned home in a coma, his parents announced.   Warmbier, 22, had been medically evacuated last week and was being treated at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. His parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier, ...

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it will track all US jets and drones treat them as targets -Putin

Russia warns US after downing of Syrian jet Russia’s defense ministry has said it will treat US-led coalition planes in Syria, west of the Euphrates River, as targets after the US military shot down a Syrian air force jet. Moscow has condemned the US downing of the Syrian government fighter jet after it dropped bombs nears US partner forces. The ...

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Pastor Benny Hinn among the richest pastors on Earth with Net Worth $42 Million

God is faithful, In the  Old  Testament , If we read about most of the men who served God, they were loaded people, rich and respected. Its true not all of them but some where filthy rich. u will realize  even those who where not rich Bible says  they   lacked none. Abraham was so rich  and wealthy in livestock , ...

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India farmers committing suicide over low food prices

farmers protesting in four states of india

National Crime Record  BUREU records 1 deaf  every 41 minutes in India because of farmers protesting over low food prices.  The farmers  believe that the government is intentionally keeping crop prices low to meet the demand of the country’s growing cities, they are demanding  government help in debt relief  and waiver loans for the farmers. some India farmers are protesting ...

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