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Image : Aussie robbed by men disguised as flirty women in Saigon

Aussie robbed by men disguised as flirty women in Saigon

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 18,2016

The duo, already arrested, admits to snatching phones from many other tourists in the backpackers’ district.

Image : 'Hamilton' cast asks Pence to work for 'all of us'

'Hamilton' cast asks Pence to work for 'all of us'

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 19,2016

The diverse cast of award-winning Broadway musical "Hamilton" delivered a powerful, if unusual, message to Vice-President elect Mike Pence after he was booed at a performance of the show, urging him to work on behalf of all Americans. Donald Trump's

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5 things to know about Tomi Lahren

person Orange Themes access_time Dec 02,2016

5 things to know about Tomi Lahren Lahren, a Millennial television host and conservative commentator, hosts Tomi on The Blaze, a network owned by former Fox News pundit Glenn Beck. She is known for her often controversial takes on issues ranging

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When Uganda last played Africa Cup, Idi Amin ruled

access_timeJan 12,2017 chat_bubble_outline43

Yahoo News In an era when dictator Idi Amin would interrupt football training to offer advice and bundles of cash, Uganda made it all the way to the 1978 Africa Cup of Nations' final. The current squad, the first to qualify for the tournament since,...

Wicketkeeper Mushfiqur ruled out of Bangladesh ODIs

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Yahoo News WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Bangladesh wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahman has been ruled out of the remainder of the one-day international series in New Zealand due to a hamstring strain....

Siddle joins Australia's injury list, ruled out of 2nd test

access_timeNov 08,2016 chat_bubble_outline57

HOBART, Australia (AP) — Veteran paceman Peter Siddle has been ruled out of the second test with a back injury, meaning Australia may need to make three changes to the lineup that lost the series-opening match by 177 runs to South Africa....

Death in Washington of ex-Russian press minister ruled accidental

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The unexplained death last year in Washington of Mikhail Lesin, a Russian media executive and former adviser to President Vladimir Putin, was accidental and caused partly by alcohol poisoning after days of heavy drinking, U.S. authorities said on...

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