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Former child soldier wins prize for risking his life to protect Congo’s wildlife

(CNN)He has been beaten, threatened and imprisoned. But the former child soldier and winner of this year’s Goldman Environmental Prize says he will not stop until those wanting to destroy the Democratic Republic of Congo’s protected wildlife “are held responsible for their actions.” “Even if I or others are not able to (make this happen),” says Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo, “then the future generations will have this information and will do it.” Katembo has been awarded a top environmental prize in recognition of the heroism he showed in preventing oil exploration…

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The Last Day Of Coachella 2017 Is Finally Here Catch All The Celeb Desert Fashion & Sightings HERE!

WE MADE IT! The last day of Coachella is finally here — and celebs are geared up and ready to finish this party in the desert STRONG! See what’s going on during day three of Weekend Two (below)!! CLICK HERE to view “Coachella 2017: Celebrity Sightings!” CLICK HERE to view “Coachella 2017: Celebrity Sightings!” CLICK HERE to view “Coachella 2017: Celebrity Sightings!” CLICK HERE to view “Coachella 2017: Celebrity Sightings!” CLICK HERE to view “Coachella 2017: Celebrity Sightings!” [Image via Instagram.] Related Stories Kylie Jenner Flees Las Vegas Appearance After…

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Homeless girls bond in Girl Scout Troop 6000

(CNN)The members of Girl Scout Troop 6000 are just like any other girls. They go on trips, draw, sing and dance and sell those famous cookies. But their connection goes beyond Tagalongs and Thin Mints. Troop 6000 is the first in New York City made up solely of homeless girls. All the members live at the Sleep Inn in Queens, where the city has transformed the 10-floor building into a homeless shelter that serves 100 homeless families. The troop was created in February by Giselle Burgess, a homeless mother of…

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Fox News Is About To Get Hit With A MASSIVE Racial Discrimination Lawsuit And We Are SO Here For This

Shit is about to get A LOT worse over at Fox News, and Seven employees are on the verge of joining a racial discrimination suit against the network that was filed last month by two colleagues, according to media reports out Sunday morning. According to sources, at some point next week, these seven black employees will join up to get nine total Fox News workers in a lawsuit filed against Fox itself and the network’s longtime comptroller Judy Slater. The suit holds that Slater subjected payroll staff to racial insults…

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WH officials: Busy week, but no health care vote or shutdown

(CNN)It’s been a busy weekend inside the West Wing of the White House, with all hands on deck planning for five highly consequential days of President Donald Trump’s administration this week. Conversations with senior administration officials and Republicans close to the White House offer CNN this lay of the land and a reality check: No House vote on health care is expected this week. Despite a flurry of activity last week, there is no expectation of a vote actually happening before Friday. Officials would still like to see a vote…

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Kylie Jenner Flees Las Vegas Appearance After Protesters Call Her Out For Wearing Fur!

Protesters and the Kardashian family haven’t really seen eye-to-eye lately — or ever — and it’s not just There’s a context here, of course: the protesters were animal rights activists, and they were there specifically to The video is… well, it’s interesting. You can see it HERE. Thoughts, Perezcious readers?! Let us know what you think of protests like this in the comments (below)!!! [Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.] Related Stories Instagram Model’s Fake Pregnancy Claims Were SO Pathetic, Drake Took Pity And Avoided Legal Action! Bill O’Reilly Announces Return To…

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Does the Dubai Frame depict an ugly picture?

(CNN)The United Arab Emirates is an architectural playground. Its existing man-made wonders include the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, while the world’s first rotating skyscraper has been proposed here by architect David Fisher. Blink and you’ll miss the next superlative project.

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Instagram Model’s Fake Pregnancy Claims Were SO Pathetic, Drake Took Pity And Avoided Legal Action!

All week we’ve been reporting on the interesting case of Layla Lace, an Instagram model who posted alleging that Drake had knocked her up and then ghosted her. The entire thing turned out to be false, though, and Lace quickly went private on IG after scrubbing all the posts and getting called out by everybody. That’s kinda sad… especially to do something like fake a pregnancy just to get attention!

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NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson sets space duration record, will get a call from Trump

(CNN)President Donald Trump, his daughter, Ivanka, and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will call NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson from the Oval Office on Monday to congratulate Whitson on her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station. NASA says Whitson on Monday will officially set the US record for most cumulative days in space, surpassing astronaut Jeff Williams’ record of 534 days. Whitson arrived at the space station for her current stint on November 19, 2016, and is due to return to Earth in September.

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The death row inmates Arkansas is rushing to execute

(CNN)The state of Arkansas will resume efforts this week to execute death row inmates before its supply of sedatives used in lethal injection expires. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson scheduled eight executions in 11 days, the most in the shortest amount of time since capital punishment returned to the United States in the 1970s, creating a race against the clock and a tangled web of legal challenges. Hutchinson said it was necessary to follow the law and bring closure to victims’ families. But with one week left the state is behind…

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What the French elections mean for Americans

Paris (CNN)The second round of the French elections was set seconds after the polls closed Sunday evening, pitting two of the most unconventional candidates for the presidency of a nation that prides itself on professionalism and continuity of its leaders. Emmanuel Macron, who heads no political party but rather a movement he launched less than a year ago, will go head-to-head against Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Front, who has never held national office in France, but who represents her nation in the European Parliament, which she…

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