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Chanel swaps bling for eco-inspired haute couture

Paris (AFP) – Languid models strutting along a grass-covered catwalk in Paris on Tuesday showed off Chanel s ecologically-inspired haute couture collection that avoided most of the red carpet flash. Chanel — the fashion house that is perhaps the most synonymous with Paris s reputation for glamour — sent subtle, classic clothes ...

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NZ stadium announcer admonished for disrespectfully taunting Amir

Wellington (Web Desk) – New Zealand Cricket on Wednesday has reprimanded heavily stadium announcer for taunting tainted fast bowler Mohammad Amir during third Twenty20 against NZ, reported espncricinfo. The announcer Mark McLeod, who has served the board for so long, had played a cash register sound effect during one of ...

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Press organization to hold vigil in support of jailed Turkish reporters

Representatives of international press organizations are set to hold a vigil to express their solidarity with journalists from the center-left Turkish daily Cumhuriyet who are held behind bars. The event will take place on Wednesday outside the Silivri prison, located in the Silivri district of Istanbul Province. The vigil is part of the “Wait for Hope” ...

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Daesh Takfiris kill fellow commanders in northern Iraq

The Daesh Takfiri militant group has executed four of its own commanders in Iraq’s oil-rich northern province of Kirkuk on charges of fleeing the battlefield.  Jabbar al-Mamouri, a commander of the pro-government Popular Mobilization Units, said Daesh terrorists killed the commanders along with three other members of the terrorist group by firing ...

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Daesh feeds on Saudi-sanctioned ideology: Senior Iraqi figure

An influential Iraqi parliamentary leader says the ideology embraced by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group originates in Saudi Arabia, emphasizing the necessity to fight back such an ideology alongside other measures to counter Daesh. “Daesh has no problem recruiting,” Hadi al-Amiri, the head of the Iraqi Badr Organization, told Reuters. ...

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Five killed in fresh US drone strike in eastern Afghanistan

At least five people have lost their lives when US military forces launched a fresh drone strike in Afghanistan’s troubled eastern province of Nangarhar. Attaullah Khogyani, the spokesman for the provincial governor, said on Tuesday that the aerial assault struck Achin district of the province, which is located 120 kilometers (74 miles) ...

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