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Daily Archives: September 12, 2017

Blondie backs experimental eco-fashion in London show


Blondie star Debbie Harry took to the London catwalk Monday to support sustainably fabrics created by VIN + OMI, designers experimenting with everything from environmentally-friendly latex to leather-style mushrooms. Draped in a golden gown and flanked by the design duo, wearing hoodies reading “Stop fucking the planet”, singer Harry said …

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Priyanka Chopra learns to write her name in Arabic


International famed Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra visited Syrian refugee children in Jordan, who were displaced because of the civil war. The Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF has also learnt to write her name in Arabic language while she also taught the children to write their names in English.

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Monster success of “It” feeds primal fear of clowns


The big-screen remake of Stephen King’s “It,” starring the evil entity Pennywise, has smashed box office records and reaffirmed an age-old rule of horror: clowns are creepy as hell. But while countless movies and television shows have cashed in on so-called “coulrophobia” — or fear of clowns — the primal …

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Football: Ayew gives West Ham’s Bilic birthday cheer


Pedro Obiang and Andre Ayew scored to give West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic the perfect 49th birthday present as the Hammers beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 in the Premier League on Monday. Obiang got the opener via an enormous deflection and Bilic then pumped the air in relief as much …

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Tennis: Nadal speaks out against Catalan independence


Spanish tennis world number one Rafael Nadal has criticised plans for an independence referendum called by Catalonia’s pro-separatist government for October 1. The referendum is deemed illegal by the Spanish government and the country’s Constitutional Court. “I think what is happening on October 1 ought not to take place because, …

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Football: Prudent Real remain Champions League favourites


Such is Real Madrid’s confidence in creating more Champions League history that while others have spent hundreds of millions trying to catch up, the back-to-back European champions were happy to cash in. Real made a profit of over 75 million euros ($90 million) in the transfer market thanks to the …

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Dispute on sports ground injures 17-year-old after gunshot


A dispute broke out on Kabaddi ground in India which resulted in injuring one individual. Delhi police is investigating the matter after the terrible incident. A boy was shot following the fight between both Kabaddi teams. They had an argument over team scores. The match was played in a Delhi …

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‘Devastation’ in Florida Keys, Irma weakens


Millions of Florida residents were without power and extensive damage was reported in the Florida Keys but most of the Sunshine State appeared to have dodged forecasts of catastrophic damage from Hurricane Irma. The monster storm roared ashore as a powerful Category 4 hurricane when it hit the Keys southern …

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