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How world richest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Keeps His Marriage Strong

  The Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos now ranks as the richest man in history, CNN reports. His net worth reached $105.1 billion the first week of January, according to Bloomberg’s billionaire tracker. That also overtakes the record previously held by Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Forbes, the other major tracker of the

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Meghan Markle to Break Another Royal Tradition and Make a Speech at Her Wedding

  Good Housekeeping   Meghan Markle is not a traditional addition to the British royal family in any way, so it's no surprise that her wedding day won't be any exception. The American actress, who is set to marry Prince Harry on May 19, will reportedly break yet another royal tradition and deliver

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World’s Tallest Man meets World’s Shortest Woman in Egypt

Newsweek   Sultan Kösen, 8 feet 3 inches, is considered the tallest man in the world. He met Jyoti Amge—the shortest woman in the world—on Friday at the Giza pyramids in Egypt, Reuters reported Sunday. The Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board invited the record-breakers as part of an initiative to increase once-lively tourism in

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Chimamanda Adichie replies French Journalist who wants to know if there is bookshop in Nigeria

CNN   Nigerian writer Chimamanda Adichie was asked during an interview in France if there were any bookshops in her country -- and her clapback was epic. "I think it reflects very poorly on French people that you have to ask me that question," she responded. The audience erupted in applause as the incredulous

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Russia to send 169-athletes for Olympic despite being ‘banned’ for doping scandal

(AP)   In December, the International Olympic Committee announced that it was barring Russia from competing in the upcoming PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games because of a state-sponsored doping scandal dating back to the 2014 Sochi Games. On Thursday, Russia announced its intent to send 169 athletes to compete in PyeongChang next month. The IOC

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