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Jay-Z Beyonce 👶twins👶 names revealed‼

The website TMZ is reporting that Beyonce and Jay-Z's twins are named :drums: Sir and Rumi. So that would make them Sir Carter and Rumi Carter (Jay-Z's birth name is Shawn Corey Carter).

TMZ noticed that the company that owns the trademarks to Beyonce's and Jay-Z's names, recently filed paperwork …

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📺 ⚽ 30/06/2017 ⚽ 📺

Tonight's Highlights and Goals.

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🏆 UEFA U21 🇩🇪 GER 🏆 1⃣-0⃣ ESP 🇪🇸 📹 https://goo.gl/DaXhCM

Barcelona Legends 1⃣ - 3⃣ Manchester United Legends 📹 https://goo.gl/7jCuYL

🏆 COSAFA 🇿🇼 ZIM 6⃣-0⃣ SEY 🇸🇨 📹 https://goo.gl/rr1Y5D

🏆 COSAFA 🇲🇿 MOZ 1⃣-4⃣ MAD 🇲🇬 📹 (Highlights not online 😞)

👩🤗 🇪🇸 ESP 7⃣-0 …

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German Parliament approves same-sex marriage

Germany's Bundestag — its lower house of Parliament — approved a measure to legalize same-sex marriage today after Chancellor Angela Merkel helped to roll back her party's opposition to the measure, though she ultimately voted against it hersel..

The chancellor had notably struggled with her view, ultimately expressing a belief that marriage …

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New batch of Turkish troops arrives in Qatar

Qatar's ministry of defence has announced the arrival of a new group of Turkish armed forces to the military base where Turkey began its training mission last week. The forces are set to take part in joint exercises within the framework of a defence agreement signed between Doha and Ankara …

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UN watchdog says sarin used in Khan Sheikhoun attack

A fact-finding mission by the UN's chemical watchdog, the OPCW, has concluded that sarin or a sarin-like substance was used as a chemical weapon in the April 4 attack in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun.

The confidential report released on Thursday by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical …

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Pakistan: Zafar Achakzai charged for anti-army post

A Pakistani journalist arrested last week at his home in the southwestern city of Quetta has been charged with allegedly posting illegal material on Facebook, rights groups and his family said.

Armed men, some in paramilitary uniform and others in plainclothes, broke down the door to Zafar Achakzai's home on …

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Russia Says OPCW Doesn't Prove Assad Role

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the report by an international chemical weapons watchdog that confirmed a chemical attack in Syria doesn't back claims by the U.S. and its allies that the substance was dropped from aircraft. President Bashar Assad and his ally Russia have denied the government's role …

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Simone Veil: French politician and Holocaust survivor dies

The French politician, women's rights champion and Holocaust survivor Simone Veil has died at the age of 89. Best known in France for her instrumental role in legalising abortion in the 1970s, she went on to serve as the first president of an elected European Parliament.

Ms Veil, a liberal …

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🇩🇪German Lawmakers 🗳Vote to Legalize 🏳‍🌈Same-Sex Marriage

German lawmakers voted by a wide margin to legalize same-sex marriage Friday, a landmark decision which came just days after Chancellor Angela Merkel dropped her longstanding opposition to a free vote on the issue.

The bill gives homosexual couples in Germany the same rights as heterosexual couples, and will allow …

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Mysterious 'sea pickles' invade the West Coast

The translucent -- and tubular -- creatures are actually called pyrosomes. They are appearing in unusually large numbers in western coastal waters from California to Alaska, posing serious problems for fisherman and puzzling scientists.

"There's been unusual things happening in the ocean," said Michael Milstein, a spokesman for the National Oceanic and …

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NASA Rocket Creates Colourful Artificial Clouds

NASA has successfully launched a sounding rocket that created colourful artificial clouds visible in the US skies.

The NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket was successfully launched yesterday, from the US space agency's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, after being delayed multiple times over the last 30 days.

During the 8-minute …

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Ancient 'lava falls' on Mars

Molten rock once flowed along a crater rim in Mars’ Tharsis volcanic province, creating stunning multi-level ‘lava’ falls. A breathtaking image captured by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveals the incredible structures left behind, in a region reminiscent of Niagara Falls.

The photo shows a glimpse at the northern rim …

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