• Aubrey O'Day Says She Was Forced to Take Off Shirt on Flight

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  • Ah, so that explains why they broke up!

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  • Iran has long prided itself on its forceful defiance of the United States and Israel, a resistance that has defined the Shiite-led Islamic Republic for the 40 years since its revolution. For months, the European nations that signed Iran's nuclear accord have been trying - unsuccessfully - to find ways around U.S. sanctions that were imposed after President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the agreement last year.

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  • Jeremy Meeks, the convicted felon turned model who has been called “Prison Bae,” has opened up in a rare interview about his time behind bars and plans for the future.

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  • BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China, having let the yuan cross the once sacred red line of 7 per dollar, will allow its currency to fall further and may even risk U.S. anger by using it as a bargaining chip in already thorny trade talks, market participants believe. Beijing had kept the yuan on the strong side of 7 since 2008, so effectively abandoning that trading floor on Aug 5 triggered intense investor activity. The currency's 3.8% decline in August as a whole was its sharpest monthly fall in 25 years, prompting U.S. President Donald Trump to launch a fresh salvo in the more-than 15-month tariff war by labelling China a currency manipulator.

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  • Matt Fiddes said the singer wanted his life to be 'the greatest mystery on Earth'.

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  • An Indian girl who was among the 16 young activists filing a complaint at the United Nations accusing countries of inaction on climate change has taken that step before. Ridhima Pandey, now 11, filed a petition in 2017 at India's National Green Tribunal, which oversees environmental concerns, for not taking serious enough steps to combat climate change. Pandey was among the activists including Swedish teen Greta Thunberg who criticized Germany, France, Brazil, Argentina and Turkey for failing to uphold their obligations to young people under the U.N.'s Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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