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Germany president: Steinmeier chosen by lawmakers -

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Angelina Jolie: ‘Unbroken’ Is ‘The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Done’ Angelina Jolie is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, but even she has difficulty getting projects off the ground. Case in point: “Unbroken,” the upcoming historical drama about the life of Louis Zamperini, an Olympian and World War II hero who survived at sea for 47 days following a plane crash, only to be captured by the Japanese Navy and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp. “This has been the hardest thing I’ve ever done,” Jolie, who directed “Unbroken,” told Tom Brokaw in an interview with NBC that was broadcast on Tuesday. “I had these hours of phone calls. I made all these…

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Russia’s Pussy Riot disowns freed pair


Nadezha Tolokonnikova (l) and Maria Alyokhina performed in New York on Wednesday Six members of Russian punk rock collective Pussy Riot have signed an open letter insisting Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova not be billed as members. It said the two had forgotten about the “aspirations and ideals of our group”. The pair performed alongside Madonna at a concert in New York on Wednesday. They were jailed for two years after singing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral in 2012 but were freed in December. Known as “Masha” and “Nadia”, Ms Alyokhina and Ms Tolokonnikova spent 16 months…

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Le gouvernement prone le respect de la dignité des femmes dans le carnaval

Photo Wilner Jean Louis Les ministres à la condition féminine et aux droits des femmes (MCFDF) et de la Culture (MC), Mme Yanick Mezile et Josette Darguste ont lancé lundi une mise en garde au secteur musical qui utilise le corps des femmes sur les chars et dans les vidéoclips comme élément de distraction durant les périodes carnavalesques. Ces deux ministères vont travailler de concert avec le ministère de la justice en vue de prévoir des sanctions contre les personnes qui encouragent ces genres de pratiques, a annoncé Mme Darguste. Le « twerking » ou “Chek dada”en Haiti, est ce style de danse exercé…

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Justin Bieber surrenders on assault charge in Toronto


Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has surrendered to Toronto police to face charges he assaulted a limousine driver in December. Mr Bieber, 19, was greeted at the station by a frenzy of television crews, news photographers – and screaming teenage fans. He was booked less than a week after he was arrested in Florida and accused of drink-driving and other charges. His management team have not responded to requests for comment. On the evening of the alleged incident in Toronto, the Ontario-born pop star attended a Maple Leafs hockey game, Canadian broadcaster CBC reported. Police officials say Mr Bieber will…

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Justin Bieber has reached ‘point of alarm,’ experts say

Photo Robyn Beck AFP, Getty Images The pop star’s DUI while drag racing has elevated his sophomoric antics into the realm of the truly destructive. -It’s one thing to abandon a dubiously procured pet monkey. Or to urinate in a janitor’s bucket. Or to tag a hotel wall. Or to hurl eggs at a neighbor’s front door — or any of the other sophomoric, so-called “antics” Justin Bieber has been accused of doing of late. It’s quite another to drive — indeed, speed — drunk and high. Underage, no less. The fact that Bieber’s drag racing-and-DUI dust-up endangered not just himself but others is what shoves this…

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Justin Bieber arrested in Miami

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Another incident for the bad-boy pop star’s resume. Justin Bieber is in trouble – again. The pop star was arrested early Thursday for drag racing and DUI in Miami Beach, police confirmed on Twitter.Police say R&B artist Khalil was also arrested. In an Instagram photo before the incident Khalil, he wrote: “Miami nights ridin thru yo city in that hot wheel.” Bieber, 19, was charged with resisting arrest and had consumed alcohol and marijuna, reports AP. After his arrest, Bieber admitted to drinking, taking prescription medications and smoking pot, Miami Beach Police ChiefRaymond Martinez told the Miami Herald. Bieber was in a rented yellow Lamborghini….

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Pope Francis to appoint 19 new cardinal


Pope Francis named his new cardinals during his Sunday address Pope Francis is to appoint 19 new cardinals next month, including churchmen from Haiti and Burkina Faso, reflecting his commitment to the poor. Cardinals, who wear red hats and robes, are the most senior clergymen in the Roman Catholic Church below the Pope. Sixteen of the new appointees are under 80, making them eligible to enter a conclave to elect the Pope’s successor. The new cardinals will be formally instated at a ceremony, known as a consistory, on 22 February. Continue reading the main story The 19 new Cardinals Archbishop…

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Tim Tebow Hired By ESPN But Still Pursuing NFL Dream

Tim Tebow Tim Tebow hasn’t given up on his NFL dream but he has found himself another job. ESPN announced on Monday thatTebow has been hired as a college football analyst. Tebow, who won the 2007 Heisman Trophy during a standout collegiate career at Florida, has reached a multi-year agreement with ESPN to join the SEC Network launching in August 2014. He will make his first ESPN appearance on Jan. 6, 2014 during pregame coverage before the BCS National Championship Game. “I am so excited that ESPN has given me this incredible opportunity,” Tebow said in a press release issued by ESPN….

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Beyonce criticized for sampling Challenger disaster audio

Photo Jordan Strauss,Invision,AP A song on Beyoncé’s latest album has upset families of the victims of the 1986 Challenger shuttle disaster. The love song XO opens with a six-second audio sample that originally was broadcast in the immediate aftermath of the Jan. 28, 1986 explosion that took the lives of all seven crew members on board. “Flight controllers here looking very carefully at the situation. Obviously a major malfunction,” now-retired NASA public affairs officer Steve Nesbitt said as the nation watched the shuttle explode 73 seconds after liftoff from theKennedy Space Center. June Scobee Rodgers, the widow of Challenger Commander Dick Scobee, said she was “disappointed” to…

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Plusieurs victimes dans l’effondrement du toit d’un théâtre à Londres

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Le plafond de l’Apollo Theatre, un théâtre construit en 1901 dans le quartier de Soho, temple de la vie nocturne de Londres, s’est effondré dans la soirée du jeudi 19 décembre en pleine représentation, faisant au moins 81 blessés, dont sept graves, selon un bilan provisoire. La plupart d’entre eux ont cependant été traités sur place et ont pu quitter les lieux en marchant, a précisé le service des ambulances. Scotland Yard a précisé sur son compte Twitter qu’un autobus à impérial avait été utilisé pour transporter les premiers blessés à l’hôpital. Plusieurs d’entre eux ont été vus choqués, titubant, la tête bandée, tandis que la police installait…

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