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Irene Cara, the singer behind huge ’80s hits from “Flashdance” and “Fame” has died. Cara passed away in her Florida home Friday, according to her rep. Details surrounding her death were not disclosed. Irene won an Oscar for Best Original Song for “What a Feeling” — the iconic song from “Flashdance” which made her a household name. Irene also scored big with her monster hit, “Fame” from the movie of the same name. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for “Best Actress” for her work in the movie. Cara went on to appear in other movies, including “City Heat,”…

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China has been rocked by some of its most significant acts of civil disobedience in years after vigils in Shanghai and other big cities to mark a deadly fire in Xinjiang region turned into protests over Xi Jinping’s draconian zero-Covid policies.Social media posts have blamed the deaths of 10 people in the blaze on Thursday in an apartment block in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, on Covid-19 restrictions, despite denials from authorities.At Wulumuqi road in Shanghai, named after the Xinjiang city, hundreds of people attended a vigil late on Saturday night. Video footage and photographs of the incident, verified by…

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Brussels, Belgium – On a warm, blue-skied Sunday afternoon, Aït Ahmed Abdelouhad, 46, was kicking a football around a small concrete football field with his eight-year-old son. Nearby, teenagers ran across a basketball court while others zoomed by on skateboards and families played table tennis in the park in the neighbourhood of Saint Gilles. Abdelouhad, a sanitation worker with the local municipality, came to Belgium in 2005 from the Moroccan capital Rabat. On November 27, his country of origin and the country he now calls home will face each other at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The last – and…

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Play video content TMZ.com Idaho detectives say they are piecing together a story of what happened inside the house where 4 students were slaughtered, and they say video could be key, and not just what the videos show … but what they DON’T show. Aaron Snell from the Idaho State Police tells TMZ, his department is combing through videos which he suggests could provide clues, but then goes on to say, “What we need people to recognize is that often times what’s not in the video might help us just as much as what is.” He goes on to say,…

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Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency industry in general are still coping with the pain brought about by the demise of the crypto trading platform FTX. Despite this, Robert Kiyosaki, author of the best-selling Rich Dad, Poor Dad, remains optimistic about the long-term viability of Bitcoin and Ethereum. Kiyosaki pointed out that the two largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization cannot be held responsible for the conduct of former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. BTC struck a two-year low last week, shedding almost 20% of its value, as the cryptocurrency market was pummeled by the exchange’s collapse. The second-largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum, has also declined by…

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Football fan Chris Leek was born in 1958, the last time Wales qualified for the Fifa World Cup. “All I ever wanted was to see Wales in the World Cup — now I can be happy for the rest of my life,” he said of the principality’s participation in this year’s tournament in Qatar. Leek plays alto saxophone with The Barry Horns, a brass band made up of 11 Welsh football fans. Seven of them have travelled to the Gulf to play at Wales’ matches in Qatar, not only to try to galvanise the crowd with their music but also…

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Four games are scheduled on day eight — Sunday, November 27 — of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The Schedule: Japan vs Costa Rica (Group E): 1pm (10:00 GMT), Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan Belgium vs Morocco (Group F): 4pm (13:00 GMT), Al Thumama Stadium, Al Khor Croatia vs Canada (Group F): 7pm (16:00 GMT), Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan Spain vs Germany (Group E): 10pm (19:00 GMT), Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor What to expect: France’s Kylian Mbappe scores against Denmark’s goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel on November 26, 2022 [Martin Meissner/AP Photo]  Japan vs Costa Rica Japan and Costa Rica…

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Play video content Twitter/@NYPDPC A man suffered a medical emergency Friday and fell onto train tracks in NYC — but he and a police officer were miraculously saved moments before they were crushed under the wheels of an oncoming subway. Dramatic NYPD bodycam footage captured the moment 2 officers and a Good Samaritan jumped onto the tracks to help the injured man to safety inside the East Harlem station. The cops were originally on the southbound platform and ran over to the northbound side after seeing the man take a tumble. Video shows the trio lifting the man and rolling…

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Thanks to Elon Musk’s rather erratic approach to free speech, employee relations, subscriptions, parodies and disinformation, a lot of people have taken to Twitter to declare that they are leaving Twitter. They will find it hard.This is not because Twitter is addictive; for most people it is not. It’s because Twitter gives them something they can’t get anywhere else — a set of connections with other users and the ability to reach them and be reached by them. If you could only get to one supermarket, you wouldn’t describe it as “addictive”. You’d describe it as a local monopoly.Like many,…

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On day seven of the World Cup in Qatar, France has become the first country to earn their spot in the knockout stages after beating Denmark 2-1 on Saturday in a game that saw Kylian Mbappe put two goals away for the French. With their victory over Denmark, world champions France now have six points at the top of Group D and are the first team to be guaranteed a place in the Round of 16. Argentina’s Lionel Messi and Enzo Fernandez earned Argentina a 2-0 win over Mexico and kept their World Cup dreams alive, while the Mexicans must…

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