The Kardashian/Jenner clan - Thanksgiving photos

The KardashianJenner females pose with their children and men for thanksgiving. The only person missing was Robert. Kim K said she was thankful for her blended family. Khloe K shares photos of their thanksgiving feast which she made. Khloe K made dinner for the whole family and shared photos of the food she made. She said:

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Model had 6 of her ribs removed to achieve cartoon character look

Former electrician from Sweden, Pixee Fox, has spent more than $119,200 (£79,160) on 15 surgeries so that she could look like a cartoon character. .

The 25 years old has had six of her lower ribs removed in a bid to shrink her waist to a record breaking 14 inches.

Pixee, who now lives in North Carolina, underwent the extreme five-hour keyhole surgery in Indianapolis last month. Left is what she looked like before the surgery. Right is what she looks like now. The surgery is irreversible.

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Apple named 2015 world's most valuable brand

Infographic: Apple Reclaims Title of Most Valuable Brand | Statista
Apple has overthrown Google to reclaim its title as the world’s most valuable brand for the year 2015.

The company had a great surge in 2015 thanks to the huge success of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, beating Google with a growth of over $70 billion. 

Microsoft came 3rd in the annual rankings made by Millard Brown, with just a little separating them from 4th-ranked IBM.

IceT and Coco welcome baby girl

Coco and her husband Ice-T have welcomed their first child together, a beautiful baby girl named Chanel Nicole, who was born early Saturday morning in New Jersey. Coco posted a photo of their daughter on her Instagram page today and wrote

Aftermath of Russian war-plane downing: See what Russia did to 39 Turkish business men

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have reputations for talking aggressively and acting decisively.

Russia has reportedly deported 39 business men from Turkey saying the businessmen were on tourist visas instead of business visas. The businessmen say they didn’t know they had violated immigration laws but were arrested and deported by authorities. This comes after the downing of a Russian war-plane by Turkish military after the plane tried to cross Turkish borders and enter Turkish airspace.

Both pilots ejected from the plane and one, Captain Konstantin Murakhtin, was rescued by Russian special forces after he landed in the forest in rebel-held territory but the other, Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Peshkov was shot dead by rebels.

Turkey and NATO had repeatedly warned Russia its fighter jets were violating Turkish air space and the alliance’s southern flank, and if these incursions continued they would be shot down.

Kylie Jenner flaunts her bikini body

Kylie Jenner showed off her toned body in some throwback birthday vacation photos.

Kenyans come for Fox News after they referred to Kenya as "War Torn" country

Fox TV was running segment ahead of Pope Francis' trip to three African nations, starting in Kenya.

Kenyans are now drawing blood on twitter after the conservative US TV in its news referred to Kenya as a "War Torn" country. This comes 4 months after CNN made the same mistake in a report in which they referred to the country as "Terror Bed". 

Social media users pointed out the script was symptomatic of how western media perceives and covers the continent.

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Paris terror attacks: Man says a mobile phone saved his life

A man has claimed his mobile phone saved his life during the devastating terror attack outside France's national stadium last night.

The man, known only as Sylvestre, said his head would have "exploded" - had his mobile took the impact of a bullet.

He was pictured moments after the attacks in Paris still holding onto his Samsung phone which had a smashed screen and huge dent in one side.

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At least 153 killed in Paris terror multiple attacks

At least 153 people have been killed and several people injured in six different shootings in Paris late Friday.

Terrorists -- some with AK-47s, some reportedly with bombs strapped to them -- attacked sites throughout the French capital and at the stadium where the soccer match was underway.

Many people were killed in shootings in two restaurants (Le Petit Cambodge and La Belle Equipe), Bataclan concert hall and another attack at the famous French national stadium where French President Francois Hollande was watching a match. He was immediately removed from the stadium by his security operatives.

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Donald Trump goes off on Ben Carson, calls Iowas "stupid"

Donald J. Trump on Thursday released a wave of insults on main presidential rival Dr Ben Carson in a television interview comparing him to a child molester and saying the people of Iowa must be stupid to believe Carson's claims in his book.

This twin tirades came two days after the fourth Republican presidential debate where Dr Carson moved ahead of Trump in polls by Republicans in Iowa and some national polls as well too.

In Ben Carson's best-seller book, Gifted Hands, the doctor narrated how he nearly would have killed a friend with a knife who he later referred to as a 'close relative' while he was young and struggling with 'anger issues' if not for the waist belt of the relative that prevented the knife from stabbing through.
For minutes, Trump went about angrily attacking his chief rival, saying the retired doctor has a "pathological disease" with no cure, similar to being a child molester.

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Former basketball player found dead

Michael Wright, 35, a former University of Arizona basketball star, was found dead. His body was discovered under garbage bags in an SUV in Brooklyn on Monday.

Police are investigating whether a once promising basketball player found dead in the back of his car was killed by a man he met on a gay dating app.

Wright was drafted by the Knicks in 2001 but never made the roster. Since then he has played around Europe, joining teams in Turkey, France and Poland.

Seattle's gum wall cleaned for the first time in two decades

The famed market's gum wall in Seattle, where tourists and residents have stuck used chewing gum for the past 20 years, has received a deep cleaning by city authorities. The wall has long been covered by wads of gum in many colors, some stretched to make elaborate messages and designs.

Pictures, business cards and other mementos were also attached to an estimated 1 million pieces of chewed gum stuck to the wall. But now authorities have used industrial steam cleaners to clean the wall in the Pike Place Market.

A spokeswoman for the market, Emily Crawford, said despite the wall's popularity, it was in urgent need of a clean. Zoe Freeman, who works near Pike Place, said: "The market is famous for the gum wall. But it also draws rats." She added: "It's an icon. It's history."

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