Friday, 10 February 2017

Kim Kardashian shows off her world-famous assets

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The reality beauty looks better than ever after losing 60lbs following the birth of her son

Kim Kardashian was showing off her world-famous assets
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The reality beauty looks better than ever after losing 60lbs following the birth of her son

Kim Kardashian was showing off her world-famous assets in all their glory as she enjoyed a day on the beach with the kids today.

The reality beauty, who recently reached her goal weight, has been parading her slimmed down frame in an array of revealing outfits over the last month.

And this week she treated fans to a glimpse of her impressive bikini body as she played with North, three, and little Saint West, eight months, in the sand.

Wearing a tiny pink lace bikini, a fresh-faced Kim was proudly flaunting her ample cleavage and eye-popping rear.
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The famous family are currently enjoying some rest and relaxation at Casa Aramara in Punta Mita Mexico.

Other snaps show the curvy star building sandcastles with North and doting on little Saint.
Read and See More Photos Here in all their glory as she enjoyed a day on the beach with the kids today.

The reality beauty, who recently reached her goal weight, has been parading her slimmed down frame in an array of revealing outfits over the last month.

And this week she treated fans to a glimpse of her impressive bikini body as she played with North, three, and little Saint West, eight months, in the sand.

Wearing a tiny pink lace bikini, a fresh-faced Kim was proudly flaunting her ample cleavage and eye-popping rear.
Kim kardashian sexy body
The famous family are currently enjoying some rest and relaxation at Casa Aramara in Punta Mita Mexico.

Other snaps show the curvy star building sandcastles with North and doting on little Saint.

Video of a Beauty Queen Go Viral

WATCH SEX VIDEO OF MISS ANAMBRA 2015, CHIDINMA OKEKE FORCING HER TO HAND OVER CROWN – WATCH VIDEO

Chidinma Okeke, the outgoing Miss Anambra 2015, whose s*x video has gone viral on social media

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she has handed over her crown to Miss Anambra project executives, Miss Abiola Jinadu and Miss Blessing Obiora.They expressed readiness to work with the outgoing queen as they look forward to crowning a new queen.

Mis Chidima urged other young girls to avail themselves of the opportunity of achieving their dream in life and shared some of her experiences during including representing Nigeria at the Miss Intercontinental pageant in Germany.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive officer of the ABS, Nze Uche Nworah had earlier commended the out going queen on the successful completion of her tenure and wished her well in life. He also announced that Miss Anambra 2016 originally scheduled to hold on the 28th of October 2016 has been postponed and that a new date will be announced later.



Other members of the ABS management present during the event were the Director, News and Current Affairs Department Mr Gab Okpalaeze, The Director of programmes, Mr Don Onyenji, the Head of finance department, Mrs Nneka Ogbuonwu and the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on media, Mr Emeka Ozumba.

After Been in Coma, Presidency Releases Photos of Buhari in London

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After Been in Coma, Presidency Releases Photos of Buhari in London

The Presidency has released a photos of President President Buhari receiving party leaders, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Chief Bisi Akande, in Abuja House, London this afternoon.

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However, Nigerians are seriously questioning the photos, insisting that if indeed the President is hale and hearty, he should speak live and address the country.

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VIDEO: Chaos in South African parliament as EFF members forcibly ejected

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Trump aide Kellyanne Conway 'wrong' over Ivanka plug

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This frame grab from video provided by Fox News shows White House adviser Kellyanne during her interview with Fox News Fox and Friends, Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017



The standards chief of the US Congress says a senior Trump aide was "wrong, wrong, wrong" to promote Ivanka Trump products on live television.
Kellyanne Conway told Fox News on Thursday: "Go buy Ivanka's stuff."
Retailer Nordstrom earlier this month dropped the US first daughter's clothing line, citing a lack of sales.
The White House said President Donald Trump "absolutely" continued to support Ms Conway, despite intense criticism of her remarks by politicians.
Jason Chaffetz, a Republican who heads the oversight committee in Congress, said the promotion was "clearly over the line, unacceptable".
Federal ethics rules prevent White House employees giving an "endorsement of any product, service or enterprise".
Mr Chaffetz said the White House should notify the Office of Government Ethics so it could initiate an inquiry. There have been numerous concerns over possible conflicts of interest for White House staff.
He said he and his Democratic counterpart would write to President Donald Trump.
"It needs to be dealt with," he told the Associated Press. "There's no ifs, ands or buts about it."

Breaking News: Trump loses appeal court bid to reinstate travel ban

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Trump loses appeal court bid to reinstate travel ban
A US appeals court has rejected President Donald Trump's attempt to reinstate his ban on visitors from seven mainly Muslim countries.

The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals said it would not block a lower-court ruling that halted the order.

Mr Trump responded with an angry tweet saying national security was at risk and there would be a legal challenge.

But the unanimous 3-0 ruling said the government had not proved the terror threat justified the ban.
The ruling means that people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen with visas can continue to enter the US.

And refugees from around the world, who were also subject to a temporary ban, are no longer blocked either.

The case is now likely to end up at the highest court, the US Supreme Court.

They rejected the argument, made by the Justice Department on behalf of the US government, that the president had sole discretion to set immigration policy.

The court also said there was "no evidence that any alien from any of the countries named in the order" had committed a terror attack in the US.

They said both sides had made compelling cases.

"On the one hand, the public has a powerful interest in national security and in the ability of an elected president to enact policies.

"And on the other, the public also has an interest in free flow of travel, in avoiding separation of families, and in freedom from discrimination."

But the law stripped foreign arrivals of their rights under the Constitution.