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Jenna Dewan introduces new boyfriend to her parents

Jenna Dewan introduces new boyfriend to her parents

Actress Jenna Dewan's romance with her with boyfriend Steve Kazee seems to be really heating up and according to reports she introduced him to her parents when they went to see him at the launch of a holiday production of Love Actually live.
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Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF part holds annual conference

Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF part holds annual conference

Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF part holds annual conference in Esigodini with a speech from President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
AFP
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Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic reaches edge of space

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic reaches edge of space

Virgin Galactic successfully sends test pilots into space
ITN
Keir Starmer: The Prime Minister can't keep running

Keir Starmer: The Prime Minister can't keep running

Keir Starmer says Parliament needs this vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal.
ITN
Combat in the classroom

Combat in the classroom

A surge of patriotism in Poland has resulted in increased demand for military classes in high schools. The BBC joined one student, Doris for field training and combat lessons.
BBC News
Emily Blunt wants her children to adopt her Mary Poppins accent

Emily Blunt wants her children to adopt her Mary Poppins accent

English actress Emily Blunt is apparently hopeful that her children will parrot fashion copy the very proper accent that she adopted for her role as the magical nanny Mary Poppins in the movie Mary Poppins returns, as it’s extremely posh and British.
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Boulders Beach - Home of the African Penguin

Boulders Beach - Home of the African Penguin

It is one of the world's most Instagrammed beaches. It is nature at its most pristine. And you can even swim with penguins.
24.com
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Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker in deep discussion ahead of Brexit meeting

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker in deep discussion ahead of Brexit meeting

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker are involved in deep discussion as EU leaders gather for roundtable talks in Brussels.
Press Association
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Amy Schumer recruited best pals to model new clothing line

Amy Schumer recruited best pals to model new clothing line

Actress and comedienne Amy Schumer is busy promoting her new size inclusive clothing line to represent everyday women and she's turned to her best friends to help her model the designs.
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Amy Schumer recruited best pals to model new clothing line

Amy Schumer recruited best pals to model new clothing line

Actress and comedienne Amy Schumer is busy promoting her new size inclusive clothing line to represent everyday women and she's turned to her best friends to help her model the designs.
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Strasbourg reopens Christmas market after gunman killed

Strasbourg reopens Christmas market after gunman killed

Strasbourg reopens its popular Christmas market after French police shot dead the gunman who killed three people there in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.
AFP
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The port of Hodeida

The port of Hodeida

Yemen's warring parties on Thursday agreed to a ceasefire on Hodeïda, a vital port in a series of breakthroughs in UN-brokered peace talks. Videographic locating the port of Hodeida in Yemen. VIDEOGRAPHICS
AFP
Kanye West accuses Drake of threatening his family as feud escalates

Kanye West accuses Drake of threatening his family as feud escalates

The long running bad feeling between Kanye West Drake has just escalated, after West accused the Canadian rapper of threatening his family in an explosive Twitter rant.
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The world's first EPR starts up in China

The world's first EPR starts up in China

French energy giant EDF and its partner China General Nuclear Power Group announced Friday that they have powered up the world's first next-generation EPR nuclear reactor.
AFP
Meet the teenager studying combat at school

Meet the teenager studying combat at school

A surge of patriotism in Poland has resulted in increased demand for military classes in high schools. The BBC joined one student, Doris for field training and combat lessons.
BBC News
Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Severe tropical cyclone bears down on north Australia coast. Videographic on hurricanes.
AFP
Methods of execution around the world

Methods of execution around the world

The last execution of 2018 in the United States took place Thursday in Florida, bringing the number of people put to death in the country this year to 25. Videographic illustrating existing forms of execution around the world.
AFP
Margot Robbie's restrictive corset helped her become Queen Elizabeth I

Margot Robbie's restrictive corset helped her become Queen Elizabeth I

Margot Robbie believes her corset should win a supporting award for helping her get into character for her new film ‘Mary Queen of Scots’.
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Lenny Kravitz thrilled to see daugther Zoe work with his ex Nicole Kidman

Lenny Kravitz thrilled to see daugther Zoe work with his ex Nicole Kidman

Lenny Kravitz was apparently very happy to see his daughter Zoe Kravitz work with his former fiancée Nicole Kidman on the TV drama Big Little Lies.
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EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for a summit in which they will sign-off on a list of highly complex reforms to better protect the euro from another crisis.
AFP
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Mariah Carey victorious in lawsuit over cancelled concert

Mariah Carey victorious in lawsuit over cancelled concert

Mariah Carey has scored herself court victory after a judge dismissed a $1 million dollar lawsuit filed against her as part of a cancelled concert dispute.
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Shaktikanta Das's first RBI board meet

Shaktikanta Das's first RBI board meet

RBI board meet to look at relaxing prompt corrective action framework, board to discuss NBFC liquidity crisis.
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Croatia suffers from lack of workers, struggles to catch up with rest of EU

Croatia suffers from lack of workers, struggles to catch up with rest of EU

Croatia is suffering a severe labour shortage, most glaringly in its booming seaside tourist resorts, that is compounding obstacles to economic growth and dimming hopes of catching up with more developed European Union peers.
Reuters
TDSAT levels telecom playing field

TDSAT levels telecom playing field

TDSAT setting aside TRAI's tariff order was largely expected.
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Michelle Obama dances with Santa Claus during hospital visit

Michelle Obama dances with Santa Claus during hospital visit

Former first lady Michelle Obama visited Children's Hospital Colorado in suburban Denver - sharing the dancefloor with Santa Claus. Afterwards, she said 'Santa doing orange justice,' naming a dance that's popular online.
Press Association
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David Lidington: European Council talks were positive

David Lidington: European Council talks were positive

David Lidington MP says talks in Brussels were "very welcome".
ITN
ED prepares a list of offenders

ED prepares a list of offenders

It is a growing list of businessmen who escaped from India to avoid prosecution. There are ten names initially, which is now at 30. Topping this list is Vijay Mallya.
BTVI
Intricate Paper Snowflakes Ornaments

Intricate Paper Snowflakes Ornaments

Our DIY expert Hang-Shuen Lee shows how to make unique Christmas tree ornaments from paper snowflakes. All you need is paper, scissors, a box cutter, glue and a little imagination.
Deutsche Welle
WATCH: 'It's me, former president Jacob Zuma' - Zuma joins social media

WATCH: 'It's me, former president Jacob Zuma' - Zuma joins social media

Former president Jacob Zuma says he has decided to "move with times" and join various social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
24.com
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Behind-the-scenes with Hollywood star Lynn Whitfield in South Africa

Behind-the-scenes with Hollywood star Lynn Whitfield in South Africa

Channel24 meets with Hollywood actress Lynn Whitfield in South Africa.
24.com
SC Orders Status Quo On Sale Of Fortis To IHH

SC Orders Status Quo On Sale Of Fortis To IHH

Shantanu Guha Ray, Guarang Shah and HP Ranina, talk on SC putting Fortis Health’s sale on hold.
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Countdown to Brexit: 105 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 105 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
Press Association
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Brexit deal will not be renegotiated, say EU leaders

Brexit deal will not be renegotiated, say EU leaders

EU leaders have warned Theresa May the Withdrawal Agreement will not be renegotiated as the Prime Minister arrived in Brussels to appeal to the leaders of the 27 to give her assurances.
Press Association
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Amit Shah briefs on Rafale

Amit Shah briefs on Rafale

SC dismisses Rafale probe.
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November WPI at 4.64%

November WPI at 4.64%

Manufacturing inflation at 4.21% vs 4.49% MoM. Primary articles inflation at 0.88% vs 1.79% MoM. Food inflation at -1.96% vs 0.64% MoM. Fuel price inflation at 16.2% vs 18.4% MoM.
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Wading elephant charges and rocks safari boat in Botswana

Wading elephant charges and rocks safari boat in Botswana

Elephant sightings are prized in the wild, but this latest sighting in Botswana is quite the close encounter. Su-An Marais shared with Latestsightings.com how her most recent safari experience more than rocked her boat.
24.com
Psychic surgeon claims to be able to heal using energy - and charges GBP120 a session

Psychic surgeon claims to be able to heal using energy - and charges GBP120 a session

The story of self-employed alternative medical practitioner Britta Hochkeppel, who claims she has healed hundreds of people and animals using psychic healing powers, which she inherited from her late grandmother. Hochkeppel left her career as a p...
Press Association
FMCG Companies To Gain On Consumption Boost?

FMCG Companies To Gain On Consumption Boost?

FMCG companies saw a dip in margins in Q2; but seeing correction in prices now, also expect to see some pressure on Dabur's gross margins in Q3 said Kaustubh Pawaskar, FMCG Analyst, Sharekhan.
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WATCH: 'A fairy-tale day' as homeless couple exchanges wedding vows

WATCH: 'A fairy-tale day' as homeless couple exchanges wedding vows

A dream came true for Llewellyn Jenniker and Cecilia Jenniker on Tuesday when the homeless couple, who've been living together on the streets for decades, finally tied the knot.
24.com
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In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

At the Tanjai Cheena school in northwest Pakistan students squeeze into makeshift classrooms where plastic tarps serve as walls and electricity is sparse, as a surging population overstretches the country's fragile education system.
AFP
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SC Puts Fortis Health Sale On Hold

SC Puts Fortis Health Sale On Hold

Supreme Court orders status quo on sale of Fortis to IHH which is a major setback for Fortis.
BTVI
Shaktikanta Das's first board meet underway

Shaktikanta Das's first board meet underway

RBI board is meeting in Mumbai today after Shaktikanta Das took charge this week. Relaxation on PCA norms is likely to be discussed.
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WATCH: 127 inmates receive qualifications at inspirational graduation ceremony

WATCH: 127 inmates receive qualifications at inspirational graduation ceremony

The Department of Correctional Services handed out 127 qualifications, including one master's degree, to graduating offenders on Friday. Watch the video above.
24.com
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WATCH: Mickey Mouse gets an African makeover in time for his 90th birthday

WATCH: Mickey Mouse gets an African makeover in time for his 90th birthday

Iconic Disney character Mickey Mouse has been given a makeover, African style - and it's in time for his 90th birthday.
24.com
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WATCH: Cape Town's karate kid raises tournament money through hard work and community support

WATCH: Cape Town's karate kid raises tournament money through hard work and community support

A pint-sized karate kid from Lansdowne in Cape Town has unleashed his inner entrepreneur, raising money to take part in a national karate tournament by selling atchar, dried fruit and sauces at a stall in Rylands.
24.com
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Takeovers & top 100 entries: Aus shares close 1.1% lower Friday

Takeovers & top 100 entries: Aus shares close 1.1% lower Friday

14 Dec 2018 - Market Wrap. Telcos see selling as analysts surprised by ACCC concerns. Nine Entertainment (ASX:NEC) enters ASX top 100 after merging with Fairfax. Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (ASX:API) buys 13% of Sigma (ASX:SIG) and made a...
Finance News Network
Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Shopkeepers on rue des Orfèvres in France's eastern city of Strasbourg recall what they saw on the day when a gunman attacked Christmas shoppers at the market and killed three people.
AFP
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Positive food inflation may hurt farmers

Positive food inflation may hurt farmers

Govt will have to trust the business and the ways of market and need to work on increasing the purchasing power of the average population of India, especially in the rural sector says Rashesh Shah, Chairman, President FICCI.
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