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Sacha Baron Cohen wished Her Majesty well for her upcoming “blood diamond” jubilee and said he hoped it was a smooth transition when Prince Charles kills her and takes the throne

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...hes” over Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars in February. Now, the London-born comedian has controversially attacked Queen Elizabeth II in a new trailer for The Dictator made especially for the UK. Sacha Baron Cohen wished Her Majesty well for her upcoming “blood diamond” jubilee and said he hoped it was a smooth transition when Prince Charles kills her and takes the throne. The hyped-up film tells the s...

Kris Humphries' lawyer reached out to Myla Sinanaj's lawyer to negotiate a non-disclosure agreement in order to get a lockdown on any sensitive texts, emails, or other documents she has relating to their relationship

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...led for divorce,” an insider told RadarOnline. “Kris will answer under oath that he hasn’t had a girlfriend and that he is very single. Kris doesn’t care that Kim is dating Kanye West, he has truly moved on with his life. “Kris is going to be in Minnesota for the summer getting in the best shape possible for the upcoming basketball season, end of story. Kris’ primary focus has be...

Urus, the first Lamborghini SUV, will officially be unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show

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...tly. The first few photos of the Lamborghini SUV have been leaked online. It looks pretty similar to all of the renderings we’ve seen in the past, albeit with sleeker headlamps and a more low-slung appearance. The Urus is expected to share its platform with the next-generation Porsche Cayenne, Audi Q7 and upcoming Bentley SUV, but is tipped to be about 220 pounds lighter than all of those. P...

Kris Jenner urged her daughter Khloe to take a DNA test to prove Robert Kardashian is her biological father

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Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom had to deal with a very sensitive issue on the season finale of their reality show as she began worrying after a story emerged in the press that there was a chance Robert Kardashian is not her biological father. While her sisters Kim and Kourtney attempted to help by suggesting Khloe Kardashian get a DNA test to give her peace of mind, it only made matters worse. K...

Kris Humphries was photographed in the turquoise blue Florida waters with the woman, who TMZ has identified as Tracy Paradise

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...led for divorce,” an insider told RadarOnline. “Kris will answer under oath that he hasn’t had a girlfriend and that he is very single. Kris doesn’t care that Kim is dating Kanye West, he has truly moved on with his life. “Kris is going to be in Minnesota for the summer getting in the best shape possible for the upcoming basketball season, end of story. Kris’ primary focus has be...

Whitney Houston's final record, a duet with American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, has been released

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Whitney Houston’s final record, a duet with American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, has been released. The disco-inspired track, Celebrate, came out on Monday ahead of the late singer’s upcoming film, Sparkle. Sparkle, which tells the story of three sisters who become Motown stars, is a re-make of the 1976 film of the same name. Whitney Houston plays Jordin Sparks’s mother in the mo...

Windows 8 will come in two variations, one that works on desktops and laptops, and a new version for the ARM microprocessors in tablets, smartphones and other portable devices

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Amazon has announced the launch of Kindle Touch, its touchscreen version of iKindle e-reader, in the UK, Germany, France, Spain and Italy

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...1; web browser, but it only works with a wi-fi signal. The e-reader is 70 grams (2.5 ounces) heavier and slightly larger than the basic Kindle model, which is sold for £89. However, it also offers an “x-ray” feature – exclusive to the device – which lets users to find related passages in a book as well as more detailed information from Wikipedia and Amazon’s community...

Macaulay Culkin was once the mischievous, cherubic star of the hugely successful Home Alone movies, but now he appeared disheveled and emaciated as he greeted fans in New York on Wednesday

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...ook the stand and vehemently denied any inappropriate behavior or touching during the times he slept at Jackson’s Neverland Ranch. He was among the mourners at the King of Pop’s funeral at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California, in September 2009. Macaulay Culkin is rumored to be starring in the upcoming British military film Service Man, which is set for release next year....

President Barack Obama has pledged to "finish the job" and end the Afghan war

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President Barack Obama has pledged to “finish the job” and end the Afghan war, addressing the US public live from a military base in Afghanistan. Speaking a year after Osama Bin Laden’s death, Barack Obama thanked US troops and hailed plans to end combat operations. He arrived in Afghanistan on a publicly unannounced visit to sign an agreement on future Afghan-US ties with Presi...

People throughout New York City stripped to their underwear as part of the worldwide practical joke No Pants Subway Ride, organized by prankster group Improv Everywhere

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...they did for the 5th year running, with many people dressing up in fancy costume. In Madrid it would appear the police and security weren’t in on the joke. The No Pants brigade reportedly had to change their starting point when police prevented them from entering their original starting station. Improv Everywhere was born in 2001 in New York. The idea was to put together groups to pull off p...

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...American Medical Association: “The hypothesis was that the low-protein and high-protein diets might affect fat gain, but they didn’t. “Fat gain isn’t modulated to any significant degree by protein intake.” Dietitian Elizabeth Ward’s opinion echoed Dr. George Bray’s findings. She told ABC News: “While the low-protein group didn’t gain as much weight as the other two groups,...

The observation of a “light Higgs” would be announced at a December 13 CERN seminar

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...eams seeking the particle in CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) this year, said: “I am feeling quite a level of excitement.” Two separate LHC teams – using the ATLAS and CMS detectors – have smashed protons in 350 trillion collisions this year, hoping to see the Higgs particle in the debris. Science bloggers with close contacts among the tight-lipped front-line research groups, known a...

A research team from Tel Aviv University claim that a full breakfast that includes a sweet treat really can contribute to weight loss success

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...reakfast time. Basing their study on this fact, the researchers hoped to determine whether meal time and composition had an impact on weight loss in the short and long term, or if it was a simple matter of calorie count. 193 clinically obese, non-diabetic adults were randomly assigned to one of two diet groups with identical caloric intake – the men consumed 1600 calories per day and the wom...

High-profile Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon has been cleared by Supreme Court for violating a 1977 amnesty law with his investigation of Franco-era crimes

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High-profile Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon has been cleared by Supreme Court for violating a 1977 amnesty law with his investigation of Franco-era crimes. Baltasar Garzon had been accused by two right-wing groups of overstepping his powers by trying to prosecute crimes committed between 1936 and 1975. He said crimes against humanity should not be subject to an amnesty. Earlier this month, Baltasa...

Francesca Minerva, a research associate at Oxford University, has claimed that doctors should have the right to kill newborn babies if they are disabled, too expensive or simply unwanted by their mothers

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...she would be punished by God, while others suggested she should “burn in hell”. Francesca Minerva, a research associate at Oxford University, has claimed that doctors should have the right to kill newborn babies if they are disabled, too expensive or simply unwanted by their mothers The article also provoked responses from religious and Pro-Life groups. Rev. Joanna Jepson came to public attenti...

Helsinki Group say dolphins are so intelligent that they should be thought of as “non-human persons” and given their own bill of rights

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A coalition of experts named Helsinki Group say dolphins are so intelligent that they should be thought of as “non-human persons” and given their own bill of rights. Helsinki Group includes scientists, philosophers and animal welfare groups have come up with a declaration of dolphin rights which they hope will one day be enshrined in law. This would stop them being kept in zoos and waterparks, an...

More than 200 people were killed by Syrian government forces which bombarded the city of Homs with tank shells and mortars, opposition groups say

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...200 people were killed by Syrian government forces which bombarded the city of Homs with tank shells and mortars, opposition groups say. Activists say a massacre has occurred but the government denied attacking, accusing the opposition of propaganda. But opposition fighters, though outgunned, plan to launch a “general offensive”. A vote is expected later on a UN draft resolution, despi...

Anonymous

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Anonymous   Four persons have been arrested in different areas of the UK by police investigating the hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec. The four suspects – from Doncaster, Warminster, Northampton and London – are being questioned by Scotland Yard’s e-Crime unit. The arrests are part of a wider operation involving UK law enforcement and the FBI. At the same time other 14...

The rescuers at 9/11 WTC are at 19% higher risk of cancer as a result of exposure to toxic fumes, according to a study published in a special The Lancet series to mark the 10th anniversary of the atrocity.

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...ple have paid a long-term price: a 19% higher risk of cancer as a result of exposure to toxic fumes, according to a study published in a special The Lancet series to mark the 10th anniversary of the atrocity. Other research in the series reveals the scale of mental and physical damage suffered by rescuers and witnesses. Dr. David Prezant, chief medical officer of New York City fire department, and...

Weight loss could be a potential factor in regaining erectile function by losing 5 to 10 percent of the body weight

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A new Australian study  findings showed that weight loss could be a potential factor in regaining erectile function by losing 5%-10% of the body weight.   An Australian study recently published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine  highlighted that men suffering from erectile dysfunction could improve function by losing 5% – 10% of their body weight. The new study concludes that even for...

Researchers found that up to 900 species of tropical land birds around the world could become extinct by 2100

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...ffected as they could lose up to 80% of their habitat; as many as 20% of the Cerrado manakin species are expected to go extinct. Cagan Sekercioglu says: “Manakins show the importance of having a wide tropical area of mid-elevation forests, and being able to move to higher elevation forests.” He says while overall “birds are one of the least threatened groups of animals” by...

Inhaling a cloud of insulin two times per day appears to slow symptoms of memory loss in people with early signs of Alzheimer's disease

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Early-onset dementia: symptoms and the importance of early diagnosis.   A new study has found that inhaling a concentrated cloud of insulin through the nose two times per day appears to slow — and in some cases reverse — symptoms of memory loss in people with early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. The study was run by researchers from the Veterans Administration’s Puget Sound Health Care...

Pope Benedict XVI, German president, Christian Wulff, and his wife Bettina at the Bellevue Palace in Berlin

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...n Berlin Visiting President Christian Wulff’s residence in Berlin, Benedict XVI said: “I am not here first and foremost… to follow particular political, or economic, aims but to meet the people and to speak to them about God.” The Pope visit has attracted opposition from various groups. Protesters have taken issue with the Catholic stance on homosexuality and contraception,...

20,000 demonstrators swamped Times Square, stopping traffic, in what was thought to be the largest Occupy demonstration in the US so far

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New York police has arrested more than 70 people yesterday in Times Square during a march of 20,000 of Occupy Wall Street protesters from the city’s Financial District to midtown Manhattan. The demonstrators swamped Times Square, stopping traffic, in what was thought to be the largest Occupy demonstration in the U.S. so far. The arrests come one day after the Zuccotti Park’s owner bac...