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Kourtney Kardashian showed off her incredible figure [FLYNET ] Kourtney has been showcasing her phenomenal figure on her sunny trip to France in a series of skimpy bikinis as she frolics on board a yacht with friends. And the 38 year old mother of three’s smallest swimwear yet appears to be a sequined pink thong bikini, which showed off her very pert behind. Kourtney’s half sister Kendall Jenner was also onboard the same yacht and was snapped wearing a matching ...
Apartment Therapy
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This charming cottage is in the countryside, but it's not as far-flung as you might think. Located in the borough of New Hope, Pennsylvania, it's about an hour's drive from Philly and an hour and a half from New York City. This home is small — just under 1,300 square feet — but it's brimming with charming details (exposed beams! fireplaces!) and thoughtful updates. READ MORE »
Sky News
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Dundee United and Hamilton are in action in their play-off final. Dundee United, who are attempting to come up from the Championship, are at home to Hamilton, who finished in the bottom two. Currently no score at half-time at Tannadice. The second leg at Hamilton is on Sunday. Lewis Hamilton was only eighth fastest in second practice for the Monaco Grand Prix
Washington Free Beacon
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The Economic Times
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MUMBAI: Brokerage India Infoline’s (IIFL) investment banking arm has quoted the lowest fee of Rs 1 to beat competition in a bid to win the mandate to manage the proposed Rs 10,000-crore SBI QIP India, three people aware with the development said. As many as 17 investment bankers both global and domestic lined up this Tuesday to bag the deal. Sources said the state-run lender asked other bankers to slash rates so it could objectively finalise half-a-dozen banks for the sale of shares. The biggest question is whether the investment bankers will sacrifice the fee for higher position in the league table. Neither IIFL nor SBI did not respond to ET’s mail until press time. “Earlier foreign investment banks used to work for PSUs for a zero fee. Now, we are seeing that even domestic investment banks like IIFL are adopting a similar strategy to topple competition,” said a banker who did not wish to be named.
Ruptly TV
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Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak stated that despite an agreement between the OPEC members and non-OPEC countries, oil prices continued to decrease. He was speaking on the sidelines of the OPEC meeting in Vienna, Thursday. According to Novak, OPEC members did not agree to reduce oil procurement, however, the members "will have to regulate the initial forecast, which included the only an agreement for half a year. So now, we will specify few things, announce the numbers and the forecast will be adjusted to less". Video ID: 20170525 073 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Daily Mail - Football
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Hull City have confirmed manager Marco Silva has left the club following four-and-a-half months in charge.
Futurism
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What’s more, comparisons between the modern extent of the radiations belts from the Van Allen Probe data shows that the inner boundary is much farther away than it appeared to be during the 1960s (when VLF transmissions were lower). Two giant belts of radiation surround Earth. The inner belt is dominated by protons and the outer one by electrons. Credit: NASA What this could mean is that the VLF bubble we humans have been creating for over a century and half has been removing excess radiation from the near-Earth environment. This could be good news for us, since the effects of charged particles on electronics and human health is well-documented. And during periods of intense space weatheraka. solar flares – the effects can be downright devastating. Given the opportunity for further study, we may find ways to predictably and reliably use VLF transmissions to make the near-Earth environment more human and electronics-friendly.
USA Today - Top Stories
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BBC News 24
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Katty. I will be away next week for half term but Katty will hold the fort. We'll be back at the same time on Monday. Thank you for watching
KyivPost
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As the sounds of war outside gradually fade away, Khan puts his radio set on a coffee table next to a Kalashnikov assault rifle, and sinks back into his comfortable chair. “Well, you guys know what a peaceful person I am. I'm even afraid of blood,” he says smiling, and his young soldiers laugh in the half-dark. The fighting is over for now, and the soldiersminds are turning to food. “A kitchen is the most important place at war,” says soldier Valery Fedan as he stands by a gas stove frying potatoes in a pan. At the Promzona positions, the soldiers cook for themselves in small groups. As Fedan cooks, a couple of other soldiers sit at a table strewn with rifles and water bottles. “Sometimes, some of us have to bring food to the guys in the frontline trenches,” Fedan says. “And as you do it, your main mission is to try not to drop hot fried potatoes when jumping in front of separatists — and not to get shot, of course.
Sky News
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down the bomb maker before they have a chance to make another one. The bomb squad have been a constant presence here. So far over one and a half million pounds is being raised for the families of those who died. APPLAUSE.
Deadline
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History has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to UFO drama Blue Book , from A+E Studios and Compari Entertainment, a division of Robert Zemeckis ' ImageMovers. Created and written on spec by David O'Leary, Blue Book , which had been in development at History, marks the network's fourth original scripted series overall and the third ordered in the past year and a half alongside Six and Knightfall all from A+E Studios as the network has been ramping up its...
KyivPost
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BBC One East
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head north eastwards and this cold front is emerging for the second half of the weekend. It will bump into that hot and humid air and that brings the threat of thunderstorms. Another hot day expected the threat of thunderstorms. Another.
BBC UK News
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The cigar box was given to the Luftwaffe leader by a half-Jewish field marshal under his protection.
KyivPost
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“With the same budget one can rent bigger and better place than in a remote city district.” Ripka agrees, saying that another trend is that people try to rent flats not far from their work. Iryna Hudz recently rented a one-bedroom apartment for Hr 7,000 near a metro station to have a shorter commute to work. It was important for her to rent a flat with good repair and a pleasant landlord. Both her expectations were met. “My landlord is a very pleasant person who has willingly made concessions during our discussion about the conditions of apartment rent. He even agreed to half the rental price if I buy furniture or technical devices for the flat,” she said. Rental market prospects The Kyiv’s rental market is still busy and the rental prices do not scare off potential tenants, says Ripka who often happens to have up to 15 property viewings per day in Kyiv.
ITV
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Warm and comfortable, muggy night. tomorrow. Warm and comfortable, muggy nights. We have these tomorrow. Warm and comfortable, muggy nights. We have this feed of heat and humidity from the nearby Europe, encouraging intense thundery downpours as we approach the end of Friday and the first half of the bank holiday weekend. The timing and position of bank holiday weekend. The timing and.
BBC Radio London
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Dunblane landlord so far as a human being religious for dignity with call but couldn't stop it that the queen is a human being we need authority to put the barrier of the power off and furnace and state agent we need to consider local businesses and community as we are Next Door cafe I'm going to continue button same time I got a granted for cheaper and because we put a lot of energy and love and money of course beautiful design as your college so today but three years for a half years I'm going to face the same you sure if I thought if he doesn't interfere with all landlord absolutely have.
BBC One East
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In a typical class of 15-year-olds like this, three could have mental illnesses, six may be self harming and interestingly, half of young adults with a mental health issue would have started their symptoms at this age
BBC One Yorkshire
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terror cannot be seen to stop the democratic process. There have been questions asked about the timing of the manifesto launch. Flags here at Westminster are still flying at half-mast in a mark of respect to those killed and injured in Monday's attack. Other political.
BBC Radio London
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places where people have been well meaning and put them self in harms way to try to rescue another and without specialist training or equipment people can often find themselves over come and we end up facing more than one casualty at the coast dial 999 ask for the coast guard explain what you've seen her at least you don't know that how the proper help is on the way in any anywhere I listen to get any more information I'll have you know I'm imagining that lots of parents will be yet going to the seaside doing all sorts of things and their children and I might in the half term if it's a sunny is it has been at might want to seek out more information or inspect the water and those two search terms would throw up the website.
Mashable
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Behind every great women's event is a man upset that he wasn't invited. This week, the Alamo Drafthouse theater in Austin announced a women-only screening of Wonder Woman and predictably, it didn't take long for a bunch of dudes to show up in the comments , crying about the sheer injustice of it all. SEE ALSO: The first 'Wonder Woman' reactions hit Twitter and wow, just wow Not the injustice of Wonder Woman having to wait 76 years for her own live-action solo movie when Batman and Superman have about a million each, mind you. Nor the injustice of Hollywood underserving the female audience when women and girls make up half the population. Read more... More about Wonder Woman , Entertainment , and Film
BBC UK News
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Sisters are paid their winnings despite ripping the winning ticket in half while celebrating.