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Rebekah Shelton is now not in truth stupid – Immense Brother star confirms her Twitter became hacked

Rebekah Shelton has confirmed she isn’t dead – despite a tweet on her account appearing this morning to say she had passed away. The Big Brother star posted a video on the same Twitter account saying she’d been hacked. “I’m not dead!!!!!! Please stop spreading this news!!!!! My lawyer is already working on this and…

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Trump denies indecent slur on migrants

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mr Trump was widely reported to have used crude language in a meeting with lawmakers on Thursday US President Donald Trump has sparked outrage after he was reported to have used crude language to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. Reports that he had called them “shithole countries” in…

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Could perhaps additionally ISIL stage a comeback?

The past year has witnessed a dramatic reversal of fortunes for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group, which suffered a stunning series of defeats in its former strongholds. From Mosul to Hawija in Iraq, and from Raqqa to al-Bab in Syria, ISIL has been driven from key territory, leaving the group’s expansive vision of a…

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Berbers welcome Amazigh New 365 days

Berbers in North Africa are heralding in the Amazigh New Year, with festivities showcasing traditional food, music and dance planned throughout the region. Friday marks the first day of the year 2968 for North Africa’s indigenous inhabitants, who are also known as Amazigh. The Amazigh New Year – or Yennayer, as it is locally called…

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Pakistan-US ties examined but no longer killed by wide abet within the reduction of

Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistani and US officials are continuing to meet and cooperate “at all levels”, despite the suspension of $1.1bn in US aid and amid fiery statements by political leaders declaring the end of Islamabad’s alliance with Washington, diplomats told Al Jazeera. “There is no freeze [in relations],” said a senior Pakistani foreign ministry official,…

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More protests expected in Tunisia after mass arrests

Activists in Tunisia have called for a major demonstration against the government’s decision to increase taxes and the prices of basic goods, after hundreds of people were arrested in previous days of protests. Nearly a week of sometimes violent protests across the country followed the announcement of austerity measures in this year’s budget, which took effect…

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Frankfurt will mehr Rechtsmediziner einsetzen

In einem Pilotprojekt will die Stadt Frankfurt die Aufklärung von Todesursachen verbessern. Künftig soll deutlich häufiger ein Rechtsmediziner klären helfen, ob es sich um ein Verbrechen handelt. Damit sollen mehr Straftaten aufgedeckt werden, teilten Stadt, Polizei und Universitätsklinik bei der Vorstellung des Projekts am Freitag in Frankfurt mit. Frankfurt sei die erste Kommune in Deutschland,…

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Theo Walcott: Everton in negotiations to tag Arsenal forward permanently

Walcott has scored 108 goals for Arsenal since joining in 2006Everton manager Sam Allardyce says the club is negotiating with Arsenal to sign Theo Walcott on a permanent deal. Allardyce said the 28-year-old forward would be a “fantastic addition”, who would offer “goalscoring threat”. He added: “If it’s possible to be over the line I’d…

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Australian musicians sue Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw for plagiarism

Updated January 12, 2018 18:20:21 Two Australian musicians have filed a copyright infringement complaint against Ed Sheeran and country music singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, among others, accusing the stars of ripping off one of their songs. Sean Carey, a former guitarist in the band Thirsty Merc, and keyboardist and songwriter Beau Golden say…