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Khloe Kardashian Protein World advert cleared by ASA

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For the sexy new shoot, she matched her revealing swimwear with two pairs of sunglasses and huge hoop earrings as she showed off her famous Kardashian curves. An ASA spokesman said: "We considered that the ads promoted Khloe Kardashian's body image as desirable and aspirational; this was supported by her pose and the airbrushed style". Read More »

U.S. court to reconsider AT&T's 'throttling' lawsuit

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But the FCC wrote a legal submission supporting the FTC's argument for a full rehearing of the Ninth Circuit's original decision. The Commission argued AT&T's practice was prohibited under section 5 of the FTC Act. "The FCC isn't going to be there policing over dietary supplements, but this could divest the FTC of oversight over them as well". FCC chair Ajit Pai controversially chose to scrap the new data privacy rules just days before they were due to take effect - a decision that was then ... Read More »

Cyberattack cripples hospitals across England

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Hospital trusts and GP groups in Lancashire and Hertfordshire in England were among those reporting problems, with one warning patients to only visit hospital accident and emergency departments "if absolutely necessary". Authorities in Britain have been braced for possible cyberattacks in the run-up to the vote, as happened during last year's U.S. election and on the eve of this month's presidential vote in France. Read More »

Body found under San Francisco home identified as 1876 girl

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A young girl found buried in a casket in San Francisco's Lone Mountain neighborhood a year ago has been identified, a team of researchers announced Tuesday. He said in a statement that he was "beaming ear to ear upon hearing he is the grandnephew of little Edith Cook". UC Davis Professor Jelmer Eerkens, who helped with the DNA testing, told San Francisco television station KTVU that Edith died of marasmus, which is severe undernourishment. Read More »

Moon in calls with China, Japan leaders

Even U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed some openness to such a meeting - though, of course, Mr. Trump says all sorts of thing. China has been upset by the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system that was approved by Moon's conservative predecessor as a hedge against North Korea, placing Seoul in a hard spot between its closest military ally in Washington and its largest trading partner in Beijing. Read More »

Corbyn's security stance a headache for Labour's defence team

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The Prime Minister will be at a campaign event in the North East and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will deliver an address to a business conference in Inverness. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said that "waiting to see which way the wind blows in Washington isn't strong leadership". He will say that "outsourcing" Britain's security to the Trump administration is the wrong approach and that a Labour government would pursue conduct an independent foreign policy "made in London ". Read More »

Netanyahu tosses Hamas policy paper on Israel into waste bin

Mr. Abbas, who last visited India in 2012, is expected to hold bilateral talks in Delhi on May 16, with six MoUs being discussed for announcement after his talks with Mr. "Autocrats are not.For that reason, I believe that civil-society organizations that are part of the social debate deserve our respect as democrats, even when they take a critical view of a government, in Germany but also here in Israel". Read More »

Chibok girls released in Boko Haram swap

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Boko Haram militants who used kidnappings, bombings and the torching of whole villages during an 8-year insurgency in northern Nigeria, this week released 82 of almost 300 schoolgirls taken in a brazen late-night raid at a government secondary school in April 2014. Read More »

Kidnap threat at Philippine tourist hostpots

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Lieutenant-General Raul del Rosario, head of the military's Western Command, told reporters there were reports the Abu Sayyaf was targeting Coron, a resort town in Palawan's northern tip popular for its chalk-white beaches and diving sites, following a failed kidnapping raid last month on Bohol island, farther north of Palawan. Read More »

French ex-premier gives backing to Macron

The polls were correct, and Macron won way in excess of the 50 percent required in the final round of an election that has left France bitterly divided. European Council President Donald Tusk also congratulated Macron, saying the French have chosen "liberty, equality, and fraternity". Le Pen called for France to leave the European Union and drop the euro currency in favor of the franc. Read More »

Trump warns ex-FBI director Comey about 'leaks' in explosive Twitter rant

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Friday made his first comments since FBI Director James Comey was sacked earlier this week. Soon after Trump's tweets, Rep. As Trump sought to cap the story, blaming Comey's dismissal on his apparent unsuitability for the job, an alternative account began emerging of what might have gone wrong. Read More »

Defiant Colbert on Trump rant: I would do it again

However, he says he has no regrets and refuses to apologize. The reaction on social media to Colbert's chutzpah was a renewed call for CBS to fire him, as unlikely as that is. "I have jokes, he has the launch codes", he continued. Colbert said, "Anyone who expresses their love for another person in their own way is, to me, an American hero". Read More »

Former Trump security aide Flynn's papers subpoenaed in Russian Federation probe

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After sending a request for the documents on April 28, the Senate Intelligence Committee moved to seize them with what amounts to a court order after Flynn's lawyer rebuffed their request. In March, the committee rejected Flynn's request for immunity if he testified before the committee. The committee had announced it was prepared to use subpoena power when it first began the bipartisan probe in January. Read More »

Trump to meet with Putin this summer

Tass photographer Alexandr Scherbak claimed on Facebook Thursday that he covered the meeting as part of the Russian Foreign Ministry press pool. Indeed, the White House has released its own photos of the meeting, but none of them include Kislyak, even though he was clearly present according to the photos published by TASS, Russia's state-owned media agency. Read More »

New South Korea president seeks global assistance against North Korea weapons

He has said he would be prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". North Korea said USA and South Korean agents bribed and coerced a North Korean man into joining the plot which was foiled by its state security ministry. "Threats from North Korea's nuclear and missile development have entered a new stage", Japan's Abe told Moon in their telephone call , according to Japanese Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Koichi Hagiuda. Read More »

Trump Warns Fired FBI Chief About 'Leaking' To Press

The associate with knowledge of the conversation confirmed an account of the conversation in The New York Times is accurate. The New York Times said Comey has told associates he declined to make a pledge of loyalty to Trump when the president requested it as the pair had dinner at the White House just seven days after his inauguration. Read More »

Budget 2017: $75b plan to create more than 60000 jobs

Morrison outlined plans to deliver A$75 billion in infrastructure funding and financing over the next years as the base of Australia's next growth wave. The extra funding will be paid for by a $2.8 billion hit to universities over the next two years. Employers will pay an annual levy of up to AU$1,800 ($1,322) for every foreign worker they employ on a temporary visa. Read More »

Authorities arrest NC student armed with weapons, 'hit list'

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Union County Public Schools officials are in the process of notifying the individuals on the list, police say. "I usually try to talk to the student before I go directly to what my main goal is I'm searching for", Wallace says. "It could have been me, it could have been my closest friend", said junior Malik Huntley. Deputies say criminal charges are forthcoming against the suspect. Read More »

Arsenal Wenger: Arsenal boss backs Hector Bellerin after being booed by fans

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The two teams met at Emirates Stadium in December - a fixture which saw the Gunners take a 3-1 win, courtesy of goals from Theo Walcott , Mesut Özil and Alex Iwobi to get rid of the 1-0 deficit caused by Charlie Adam early on. "He started as a right midfielder and we transformed him into a full-back". "Look, if you don't turn up, you don't win the game", he continued. Long-term absentees Ibrahim Afellay and Stephen Ireland remain out injured but Saido Berahino could be involved ... Read More »