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    Best Women’s Plus Size Bathing Suits for Any Body

    Shopping for clothing can be a daunting challenge for many women, whether due to a large bust, short legs, wide hips, or anything else. Shopping can be incredibly frustrating, especially when it comes to choosing the right fit when it comes to swimsuits. It takes a lot of combing through a multitude of swimsuit options before finding just the right…

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    Reviewing TruVision Products

    TruVision, a company that that deals in supplements doesn’t need to give a lot of importance on their financials when they have products to sell. They have so many products, and their main concern is helping people live a healthier lifestyle. They do so by having many avenues to help you live a better life, such as appetite control, weight loss,…

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  • Kim Jong-un praises cosmetics factory staff for making North Korea's women 'more beautiful'

    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un took a break from warmongering and firing ballistic missiles at the weekend to inspect a cosmetics factory in the country’s capital, Pyongyang. State newswire KCNA reported that his wife, Ri Sol-ju, made a rare public appearance to join him, releasing undated photos of her gazing over his shoulder as he picks up cosmetic products and…

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  • Icelandic voters set to oust centre-right government in snap election

    But political scandals, a growing sense of inequality and worries about immigration are jeopardising stability in one of the most homogeneous nations on earth. The previous government was felled last year by the Panama Papers scandal over offshore tax havens. The Independence Party has dominated power for decades. It wants to reduce the national debt and cut taxes on individuals…

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  • Australia appoints emergency deputy PM in citizenship crisis

    Turnbull’s centre-right coalition is now in a precarious position. His Liberal Party is the senior party in a coalition with the smaller National Party, which Joyce led. He must now win the support of one of three independent lawmakers to keep his minority government afloat, with two sitting weeks of parliament left until it recesses for the year. At least…

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  • JFK files released by CIA ending wait of half a century – but some sensitive information withheld

    The meeting was told the CIA would look into the possibility of sabotaging airplane parts that were to be shipped to Cuba from Canada. McGeorge Bundy, JFK’s national security adviser, cautioned that sensitive ideas like sabotage would have to be considered in more detail on a case-by-case basis. Mike Pompeo, the CIA director, was a lead advocate in arguing to…

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  • Donald Trump: I have ‘one of the great memories of all time’

    “Just so you understand, they put a chart in front: La David. Says La David Johnson. So, I call right from the beginning, there’s no hesitation.” As well as having the document in front of him, Mr Trump touted his memory as a reason that he wouldn’t have forgotten it. “One of the great memories of all time. There was…

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  • Albert Einstein’s scribbled secrets for happiness fetch $1.5m at auction

    Instead, the Nobel Prize winner handed the man two handwritten notes, telling him: “Maybe if you’re lucky those notes will become much more valuable than just a regular tip.” Einstein wrote on one of the notes: “A quiet and modest life brings more joy than a pursuit of success bound with constant unrest.” “Where there’s a will, there’s a way,”…

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  • JetBlue plane makes emergency landing in New York after bird strike

    A JetBlue plane from Boston to Las Vegas that struck some birds shortly after takeoff has made a safe emergency landing in New York. JetBlue Airways Corp. spokeswoman Sharon Jones said Flight 877 landed safely at John F. Kennedy International Airport just before 7:30 p.m. on Monday. Ms Jones said the plane was diverted to JFK “out of an abundance of…

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  • Call expectant mothers 'pregnant people', the Government suggests 

    Expectant mothers should be called “pregnant people”, the Government has suggested in a submission to amend a UN treaty. The proposed amendment is to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which the UK has been a signatory of since 1976. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s submission suggests the term “pregnant people” to avoid excluding “transgender people who have…

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