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Country Singer Kimberly Perry Weds In Tennessee
The Band Perry's lead singer Kimberly Perry has married professional baseball player J.P. Arencibia near her family's home in Greeneville, Tennessee. A publicist for the band confirmed the wedding occurred Thursday. According to The Greeneville Sun , the couple was married at a small chapel in the heart of the town's historic district and fellow country star Carrie Underwood was spotted at the wedding.
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Nude Photos Of Rihanna Have Leaked In A Massive Second Wave Of Hacking
In the wake of a massive second wave of hacking and nude photos of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian and Vanessa Hudgens, it appears Rihanna has fallen victim to the privacy stealing act herself. As has been the case with this resurrected story, TMZ is reporting that newly surfaced nudes of RiRi hit the web early Sunday. They apparently landed on 4chan and reddit, but were promptly removed thanks to the no tolerance stance each site has taken on this issue. And even though it's not very hard to find nudes of Rihanna online, these appear to have been taking during some sort of fitting for clothes and weren't meant to be released publicly. This news comes mere hours following the release of pictures alleging to feature Lawrence, Kardashian, Hudgens, Hope Solo and even newlywed Gabrielle Union, who told TMZ yesterday that her legal team was planning on connecting with the FBI.
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Syria Refugee Flood To Turkey Hits 100,000
An official said Sunday, the number of refugees seeking shelter in Turkey from the Islamic State group's advance across northern Syria has hit 100,000 in less than a week. The head of Turkey's disaster management agency, Fuat Oktay, said the figure relates to Syrians escaping the area near the Syrian border town of Kobani, where fighting has raged between IS and Kurdish fighters since Thursday. The U.N.
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General Motors Recalls Cars Over Parking Brake Fire Risk
A letter by the top U.S. auto safety regulator showed that car manufacturer General Motors Company is recalling hundreds of thousands of cars, over a defect in the parking brake that could cause a fire. Seen by Reuters, the Sept. 19th letter from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said he problem occurred with GM's 2013-2015 Cadillac XTS and the 2014-2015 Chevrolet Impala. The company said the total number of cars recalled was 221,558--including 205,309 in the United States, and the remainder in Canada and other countries.
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Ray Rice -- Will Reportedly Claim TMZ Edited Tape ... Dumbest Defense Ever
Ray Rice will reportedly argue that TMZ Sports edited the "inside the elevator" video ... thereby altering what really happened that night. TMZ Sports did edit the video ... and made that point crystal clear in the original post -- the same post where TMZ Sports INCLUDED the raw unedited version showing Rice KOing Janay Palmer. As it was initially reported, the original raw video was jerky -- in that it would move forward and then in reverse every couple of frames ... so the reverse frames were removed.
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Czech Zoo Burns Rhino Horns To Help Save Endangered Species
A Czech zoo burned around 132 pounds of rhino horns on Sunday, part of an international campaign designed to highlight the plight of a species being driven towards extinction by poachers. Demand for rhino horn is high in parts of Asia, where it is an ingredient in traditional medicine and is also used as an aphrodisiac and as a status symbol for growing numbers of the newly wealthy. The international event was first announced in 2010 in South Africa, home to most of Africa's surviving rhinos. The demand for rhino horns shot up around that time after rumors that a Vietnamese minister's relative had been cured of cancer by the horn.
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Defeated Nationalist Leader Says Scots 'tricked' Out Of Independence
Alex Salmond, the defeated leader of Scotland's nationalists, on Sunday accused Prime Minister David Cameron and other London politicians of tricking Scottish voters out of independence by making a false "vow" about granting them new powers. Salmond, who is stepping down as leader of the pro-independence Scottish National Party (SNP) after spearheading a failed campaign for Scotland to leave the United Kingdom, said Britain's three main political parties had won last Thursday's referendum vote by 55-45 percent by deception.
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Box Office: 'Maze Runner' Crushes 'Walk Among The Tombstones' With $32.5M
Proving that a boy-centric YA film adaptation can click, 20th Century Fox's The Maze Runner opened to a pleasing $32.5 million at the North American box office, more the double the $13.1 million debut of Liam Neeson 's R-rated action offering A Walk Among the Tombstones . Shawn Levy 's new adult dramedy This Is Where I Leave You followed at No. 3 with $11.9 million. Maze Runner , grabbing an A- CinemaScore, hopes to launch a new franchise for Fox, which spent $34 million to make the thriller.
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Who's Funding ISIS? Wealthy Gulf 'Angel Investors,' Officials Say
A small but steady flow of money to ISIS from rich individuals in the Gulf continues, say current and former U.S. officials, with Qataris the biggest suppliers. These rich individuals have long served as angel investors, as one expert put it, for the most violent militants in the region, providing the “seed money” that helped launch ISIS and other jihadi groups. No one in the U.S. government is putting a number on the current rate of donations, but former U.S. Navy Admiral and NATO Supreme Commander James Stavridis says the cash flow from private donors is significant now and was even more significant in the early fund-raising done by ISIS and al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria, the al-Nusrah Front.
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Relief Over Scotland Gives Way To 'Great Stagnation' Worries
Scotland's rejection of independence and a lack of any fireworks at a Fed meeting last week have calmed investors enough to shift the focus back to what some call the "Great Stagnation", and how to avoid it. The Group of 20 leading nations, meeting at the weekend, said they were tantalizingly close to adding an extra $2 trillion to the global economy and creating millions of new jobs. But Europe's extended stagnation remains a major stumbling block and some big emerging economies are flagging too.