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Washington Monument, which was affected by the earthquake and Hurricane Irene, will be close indefinitely to visitors while repair crews get to work

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A video, which has been released yesterday by the National Park Service, shows the panicked scenes at the top floor of the Washington Monument when the quake hit on August 23. Three security camera videos footages were taken 500 feet (150 meters) up and show how the US East Coast earthquake terrorized the tourists and shook pieces of the monument down from the top floor of the structure. The pani...

16,000 police officers have been placed on London's streets in order to prevent a fourth night of disturbances

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See how much will cost the UK riots.   Mark Duggan’s forensic report. He died by a single gunshot wounding his chest.   London riots latest updates. Metropolitan Police took drastic actions.   [googlead tip="patrat_mic" aliniat="dreapta"]Tuesday, the fourth night of riots in UK. One Nottingham police station was set ablaze by a group of up to 40 people, according to the police, me...

At least 21 people have been hospitalized with injuries and more than 150 have been arrested during violent clashes that took place in the Polish capital Warsaw

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At least 21 people have been hospitalized with injuries and more than 150 have been arrested during violent clashes that took place in the Polish capital Warsaw yesterday on country’s Independence Day. Marches by far-right nationalists have been growing in size on the national holiday, with left-wing activists turning out to oppose them. Police used water cannon and pepper spray to bring th...

Iranian protesters in the capital, Tehran, have broken into the UK embassy compound during an anti-British demonstration

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Iranian protesters in the capital, Tehran, have broken into the UK embassy compound during an anti-British demonstration, reports say. The protesters are said to be militant students. They are said to have removed the British flag, burnt it and replaced it with the Iranian flag. Protesters who carried photographs of Iran’s assassinated nuclear scientist Majid Shahriari and IRGC Quds Force C...

Crowds attacked police and overturned cars in Ningbo on Friday night after a week of protests against pollution

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Chinese riot police in the city of Ningbo have dispersed protesters opposed to the expansion of a petrochemical plant. Officials said crowds attacked police and overturned cars in Ningbo on Friday night after a week of protests against pollution. Protesters tried to gather again on Saturday but were prevented. Environmental protests have become more common in China. They come ahead of a once-in-a...

Angelina Jolie has reportedly chosen L'Wren Scott to create the dress for her wedding to Brad Pitt

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...r house in the South of France. Former model L’Wren Scott, who has been in a relationship with Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger since 2002, has dressed Angelina Jolie many times for red carpet appearances, as well as the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker, Nicole Kidman and Penelope Cruz. Fitting should also be easy to arrange as L’Wren lives in the house next door to the one Angelina Jolie a...

The latest range of corsets by Italian brand Oh My Corset uses F1 seating technology to provide stretch and shape

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The pressure to maintain a perfect figure has driven women to embrace a trend previously reserved for period dramas: the corset. The old-fashioned one-time wardrobe staple is still the simplest way to achieve a smaller waist and stomach while creating curves where they are needed. The latest brand cashing in on this season’s hourglass trend is the Oh My Corset! company which uses the same m...

The bulk of Richard Burton’s diary focuses on the tempestuous years when he was married to Elizabeth Taylor

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During the key points in his life, Richard Burton kept a private record of events, writing on and off until just a year before his death, at the age of 58, in August 1984. Now, for the first time, his widow Sally has agreed for it to be published in full. The bulk of the diary focuses on the tempestuous years when he was married (twice) to Elizabeth Taylor. It was written knowing Elizabeth Taylor...

Scores of people were reported injured as supporters and opponents of Mohammed Mursi fought in Tahrir Square

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Fresh clashes have broken out in the Egyptian capital Cairo in the worst violence since President Mohammed Mursi took office at the end of June. Scores of people were reported injured as supporters and opponents of Mohammed Mursi fought in Tahrir Square. Tensions are high after Egyptian judges criticized Mohammed Mursi’s attempt to remove the country’s top prosecutor. It follows the a...

More than 100,000 people gathered in Caracas in support of Henrique Capriles

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More than 100,000 people gathered in Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, in support of opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles. Henrique Capriles criticized President Hugo Chavez for what he called a long list of unfulfilled promises. He demanded justice for three opposition activists killed during a rally in Barinas state on Saturday. Hugo Chavez addressed large crowds in Zulia state...

Two opposition politicians have been killed in Venezuela during a campaign rally

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Two opposition politicians have been killed in Venezuela during a campaign rally, a week before the country’s presidential election. Geison Valero belonged to the opposition party First Justice and Omar Fernandez was an independent. The First Justice party said they were campaigning for opposition leader Henrique Capriles in Barinas state when gunmen shot them dead. Witnesses said the vehic...

One child has been killed and three seriously hurt in a grenade attack on a church's Sunday school in Nairobi

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One child has been killed and three seriously hurt in a grenade attack on a church’s Sunday school in the Kenya capital, Nairobi. The attacker targeted St Polycarp’s church on Juja Road. A police spokesman blamed sympathizers of Somalia’s al-Shabab Islamist militant group, angry over Kenya’s role in the UN-backed intervention force. A mob later rounded on Somalis living ne...

Egypt's stock market sees a plunge in its shares after President Mohammed Mursi granted himself sweeping new powers

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Egypt’s stock market sees a plunge in its shares of almost 10% on Sunday, days after President Mohammed Mursi granted himself sweeping new powers. Protests against Mohammed Mursi’s decision have continued in Cairo, while the Muslim Brotherhood is planning rallies backing him later. Trading was suspended for 30 minutes as shares slumped in the first session since the president’s...

Rival protesters in Egypt have clashed outside the presidential palace in Cairo, as unrest grows over a controversial draft constitution

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Rival protesters in Egypt have clashed outside the presidential palace in Cairo, as unrest grows over a controversial draft constitution. Petrol bombs were thrown and a number of people were injured, amid reports of shots being fired. Supporters of President Mohamed Morsi dismantled tents set up outside the presidential palace by Morsi critics. Vice-President Mahmoud Mekki has said a referendum o...

Fresh clashes have broken out in the Egyptian city of Alexandria on the eve of the second leg of voting in the country's constitutional referendum

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Fresh clashes have broken out in the Egyptian city of Alexandria on the eve of the second leg of voting in the country’s constitutional referendum. Police fired tear gas as thousands of Islamists were met by a smaller group of protesters near a large mosque. The Islamists back President Mohamed Morsi and his draft constitution. Opponents say the document has been rushed and does not protect...

Egypt begins voting in a second stage of a constitutional referendum that has sparked weeks of unrest in the country’s main cities

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Egypt begins voting in a second stage of a constitutional referendum that has sparked weeks of unrest in the country’s main cities. Opponents of President Mohamed Morsi have held protests against the draft, saying it favors the Islamists now in power and betrays the revolution that overthrew Hosni Mubarak last year. Mohamed Morsi’s supporters say the constitution will secure democracy. Some...

Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys married on Friday in a secret ceremony

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...’s simple wedding dress. For the groom, the only nod to his wild side was his bright pink socks. The Rolling Stones guitarist, 65, made the 34-year-old theatre producer his third wife in a brief ceremony in the eighth-floor penthouse suite at the Dorchester hotel in central London. Sally Humphreys looked every inch the blushing bride as she arrived at her wedding reception at The Dorchester on Fri...

Kate Middleton wore a delicate pair of imitation diamond-and-pearl earrings to the Diamond Jubilee service at St Paul’s Cathedral earlier this year

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When Kate Middleton wore a delicate pair of imitation diamond-and-pearl earrings to the Diamond Jubilee service at St Paul’s Cathedral earlier this year, she could not have anticipated the chain of events she would set in motion. The £48 fake pearl and cubic zirconia earrings were instantly familiar to Belinda Hadden who was at home watching the TV coverage. They were part of a range of jewellery...

Celestial Secret is an anti-ageing range that contains powdered meteorite

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From marmite-scented perfumes to soaps formulated with breast milk, the beauty world is fond of a bizarre ingredient, but the latest addition to the litany of unusual additions to lotions and potions is literally out of this world. Just arrived from Spain is Celestial Secret, an anti-ageing range that contains powdered meteorite. For centuries, meteorites have fascinated scientists and researcher...

The Egyptian army has deployed tanks and armored troop carriers outside the presidential palace in Cairo after clashes between supporters and rivals of President Mohammed Morsi

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The Egyptian army has deployed tanks and armored troop carriers outside the presidential palace in Cairo after clashes between supporters and rivals of President Mohammed Morsi. The streets of the capital are now reported to be calm following the earlier violence that left five people dead and hundreds injured. Egypt is seeing growing unrest over a controversial draft constitution. The government...

Egyptians have begun voting on a new constitution endorsed by the Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which has divided the country and sparked deadly unrest

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Egyptians have begun voting on a new constitution endorsed by the Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which has divided the country and sparked deadly unrest. President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood have campaigned heavily in favor of the draft document, which may define Egypt for years to come. Opponents say it is poorly drafted and overly favors Islamists. The opposition National Salv...

Haren had been braced for trouble all week after what should have been an invite to a small-scale celebration was passed on to 30,000 people

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A party invitation which went viral on Facebook ended in rioting and injury after thousands of revellers descended in the small town of Haren in the Netherlands. Haren had been braced for trouble all week after what should have been an invite to a small-scale celebration was passed on to 30,000 people. The girl whose 16th birthday was being celebrated had not set her Facebook event to “priv...

At least one protester was killed in violent protests in Pakistan over anti-Islam video Innocence of Muslims

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Fresh protests are taking place around the Muslim world over amateur anti-Islam video Innocence of Muslims, which was produced in the US. At least one protester was killed in violent protests in Pakistan and thousands attended an angry rally in the Philippines city of Marawi. Weapons were fired and police cars torched in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah has said...

Egyptians are voting for the second day in the country's first free presidential elections

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Egyptians are voting for the second day in the country’s first free presidential elections – 15 months after Hosni Mubarak was ousted. Queues are being reported at some polling stations. The election pits Islamists against secularists, and revolutionaries against Mubarak-era ministers. In all, 13 candidates are running. The military council which assumed presidential power in February...

Chris Hayes has caused outrage on Memorial Day by saying he feels “uncomfortable” branding soldiers who have died in battle “heroes

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MSNBC broadcaster Chris Hayes has caused outrage on Memorial Day by saying he feels “uncomfortable” branding soldiers who have died in battle “heroes”. Chris Hayes, a liberal commentator who hosts Up with Chris Hayes, said the word “heroes” is used to justify further war. His stuttered comments have sparked outrage among veterans organizations and across the internet. Chris Hayes said: “I think i...