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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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Hugh Hefner Julien's Auctions image of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner's trademark black silk pajamas from Hugh Hefner collection going up for sale

Hugh Hefner’s Trademark Black Pajamas to Hit Auction Block

LOS ANGELES (Reuters)  Playboy founder Hugh Hefner's trademark black silk pajamas and red smoking jacket are going up for sale as part of an auction...
Shepherd David Seamark holds onto one of his flock ahead of the annual London Sheep Drive, in London

Baaah! TV Gardener Titchmarsh Leads London Bridge Sheep Drive

LONDON (Reuters) British television gardener Alan Titchmarsh and men dressed in medieval costumes drove a flock of sheep across London Bridge on Sunday as...
A member of LGBT community takes part in a Gay Pride parade in central Istanbul

Istanbul’s Gay, Transgender Community Hold Smaller Rally, after Pride March Banned

ISTANBUL (Reuters) Members of Istanbul's gay and transgender community gathered for a rally on Sunday instead of the annual pride march, after they said...
Late Auschwitz survivor and French health minister Simone Veil and her late husband Antoine Veil appear on a giant banner on the Pantheon in Paris

French Holocaust Survivor Simone Veil Dies at 89

PARIS (Reuters) Simone Veil, a former magistrate and Holocaust survivor best known in France for legalizing abortion in the 1970s, died on Friday. She was...
Portraits of suspects, distributed by central Florida area police, are seen in a combination of file photos

Orlando Ends Facial Recognition Program with Amazon

(Reuters) Orlando has stopped testing Amazon's facial recognition program after rights groups raised concerns that the service could be used in ways that could...
A general view shows gendarmes and police officers at a supermarket after a hostage situation in Trebes

French Security Agents Called in Trebes Killer for Evaluation – Source

By Emmanuel Jarry Paris (Reuters) Redouane Lakdim, the Islamist gunman who killed four people in southern France last week, had been summoned by the country's domestic...
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