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Spain’s richest duchess & world’s most titled person dies aged 88

The duchess of Alba, Spain’s most titled aristocrat who is a descendant of Churchill and King James II, & the world’s most titled person according to Guinness Book of Records (she had more titles recognized by an existing government than any other noble in the world), has died at the age of 88.

Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart, who is worth about $2billion, died today November 20th at her Duenas Palace residence in Seville from pneumonia.

The three-times married mother of 6 became popular worldwide after plastic surgery dramatically changed her look. She was survived by her last husband, her six children, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren..


(PICTURES)Kim Kardashian squeezes into pink PVC dress to launch new perfume Fleur Fatale in Melbourne

Her new perfume is called Fleur Fatale, and Kim Kardashian was certainly flaunting her femininity in Melbourne on Tuesday night.

The star is in town to celebrate her latest fragrance, and she took showing off her famous assets to a new level in an extremely tight latex dress.

The 34-year-old squeezed her hourglass figure into the strapless blush-pink number, her cleavage almost spilling out and her now infamous derriere very much on show. 

The daring number was made by Atsuko Kudo, a couture latex designer and ‘leading designer of Fetish clothing’ based in London.

The Paris Cup Pencil Dress retails for approximately $460 AUD. 

The brunette has been shrinking her middle via waist training recently, and the dress showed off her efforts as she looked more hourglass than ever.

The mother of one matched the dress with a pair of simple pumps and wore her hair dead straight. 

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Kenyan women march for right to wear whatever they please after attacks on those deemed ‘provocatively’ dressed

The grainy mobile phone video shows a mob of Kenyan men surround a woman and grab, grasp and yank her clothes until she is naked. Several such videos have emerged recently of attacks by males who deem a woman to be provocatively dressed. The attacks have created a groundswell of anger that saw mostly women protesters flood downtown Nairobi Monday.

The hashtag #MyDressMyChoice is trending in Kenya’s social media, as this East African country sees a clash between new, Western lifestyles and traditional African ways.

Rachel Machua wore what she called “a little black dress … my normal outfit” to Monday’s protest. She views the recent attacks as stemming from socio-economic conditions: Lower income men are attacking successful, well-dressed women.

The attacks are not overtly religious in nature, though this is a conservative, mostly Christian country. The women at the march described “normal” levels of sexual harassment over the years and said that peers will warn other women that “you’re gonna get undressed” for wearing a particular outfit.

“Kenyan men are in different groups. My father wanted me to be here and said you can dress however you want. Then there are others who think you are out of their reach and they try to victimize you,” said Machua, 26, who runs an aid group called Transforming Generations.

Women play an active role in Kenyan society. The country’s foreign minister is a woman, though few women hold high-ranking elected office. Parliament is a virtual men’s club, unlike in neighboring Rwanda, where more than half of parliament is female.

After the recent attacks, elderly Kenyan women are said to have rescued the naked victims by giving them a shawl to cover up.

About 10 percent of the approximately 1,000 people marching through the streets were men. James Wamathai, said he was marching because he believes in equal rights.

“I think it’s really horrible and no women should have to go through that,” said Wamathai, 33, who does commercial media work. “It’s a weird sexual fetish. If you see some of the videos some of the men are groping the women. … But it’s not based on anything (like religion) because in Africa we didn’t used to wear clothes.”

Just 100 yards from the march’s meeting point, park worker Ulda Akinyi emptied trash. Akinyi looked at the demonstration with disdain, and said she has instructed her three daughters to dress conservatively for fear of attracting unwanted attention. “Wearing miniskirts is the devil’s work,” said Akinyi.

Men gathered against a nearby fence. Most said they didn’t support the cause. A man who gave only his first name, John, said he didn’t want Kenya’s women to “seduce” him by wearing revealing clothing.

“It’s like three-quarters naked if you are wearing one of those short skirts,” said David Ndongo, who works on one of Kenya’s mini transport buses known as matatus, where women can also face harassment.

Robyn Emerson is a 43-year-old American from Texas who has lived in Kenya for a decade. In America, she said, women talk about issues like equal pay and abortion rights. Kenya is just a couple steps behind, she said.

“I think there are so many things happening in Nairobi and Kenya all at once, a new way of living influenced by modernity which runs up against cultural stances,” she said. “But at the confluences we can’t say we want some parts of modern things — we want to be a middle income and have modern technology — and not the other things that come with it.”

Internationally Renowned Preacher And Transformational Leader, Dr. Myles Munroe Killed In Bahamas Plane Crash

Prolific best selling author and internationally renowned preacher and business coach, Dr. Myles Munroe of Bahamas Faith Ministries International and his wife Mrs. Ruth Ann Munroe, died in a plane crash earlier today in the Bahamas. According to The Associated Press, the plane, a Lear 36 executive jet, reportedly struck a crane at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard, exploding on impact and crashing into the ground near a junkyard area.

The Bahamas Ministry of Transport and Aviation reported that the Lear 36 executive jet departed the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) in Nassau, Bahamas at 4:07PM for the Grand Bahama International Airport, a privately owned international airport in Freeport, Bahamas with nine people on board.

The plane crashed while making an approach for landing at Grand Bahama International Airport at 5.10pm, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation said. The crash killed all nine people on board the private jet. The identities of the other people on board have not yet been confirmed. The cause of the crash was not immediately determined, though there had been heavy rain across the region. A full investigation is expected to begin on Monday.

The crash occurred as people were gathering in Grand Bahama for Dr. Munroe’s 2014 Global Leadership Forum which starts tomorrow, November, 10. Former mayor of Atlanta and former U.S Ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young scheduled to speak at the popular leadership forum, released the following statement through his foundation: “Ambassador Young expresses his deep sadness over the tragic death of his friends Dr. Myles and Mrs. Ruth Munroe. He offers condolences to the Munroe family and the families of the other souls who lost their lives as a result of this shocking plane crash.”

Africa’s richest woman and oil mogul, Mrs. Folorunso Alakija is also expected to speak at the leadership forum.

Known for his work and teachings on leadership, purpose and maximizing your potential, vision, individual and national transformation, Dr. Munroe was the senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship, where his wife, Ruth Ann, served as co-senior pastor. They leave behind two children, daughter, Charisa and son, Chairo (Myles Jr.) Munroe.

Dr. Munroe died living out his purpose in レif乇, spreading the word of christ

Finalists of Miss Butt Brazil revealed (photos)

Here are the finalists of Miss Butt Brazil 2014. After weeks of voting, 8 bootylicous women came out tops out of the 27 contestants and on November 6th, the finalists took to the beach for a photo shoot to show off their assets. The pageant will hold this November and the winner will go home $22,000. See more photos below


Rob O’Neill identified as Navy SEAL who shot and killed Osama Bin Laden

The hero Navy SEAL Team Six member who shot and killed 9/11 mastermind Osama Bin Laden has been unmasked.

His name is Rob O’Neill, a 38-year-old highly-decorated military veteran who retired from the Navy after 16 years.

O’Neill, who grew up in Butte, Montana, was first identified on, a website that caters to military personnel.

The disclosure comes as O’Neill, who has become a paid inspirational speaker, is set to be interviewed next week on Fox News.

O’Neill’s proud father, Tom O’Neill, confirmed his son is the courageous SEAL who shot the Al Qaeda leader three times in the head during the May 2, 2011 raid on his Abbottabad, Pakistan, hideout.

“People are asking if we are worried that ISIS will come and get us because Rob is going public. I say I’ll paint a big target on my front door and say come and get us,” Tom O’Neill told the MailOnline.

O’Neill left the military at the rank of senior petty officer. During his military career he was awarded 52 medals, including two Silver Stars, three Presidential Unit citations and four Bronze Stars for valor.

Besides killing Bin Laden, O’Neill help save Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell after a failed 2005 mission to capture a Taliban leader in Afghanistan. Luttrell’s story was turned into the 2013 movie “Lone Survivor” staring Mark Wahlberg.

“He is still friendly with Marcus, they had dinner together just the other day,” the senior O’Neill said.

Tom O’Neill said his son was also the first SEAL to jump aboard the Maersk Alabama after it was hijacked in 2009 by Somali pirates. The ship’s Capt. Richard Phillips was rescued in the SEAL operation, which was also turned into a film, “Saving Captain Phillips” staring Tom Hanks.

O’Neill’s military colleagues have ostracized him for speaking out.

Force Master Chief Michael Magaraci and Rear Adm. Brian Losey, both of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command, penned an Oct. 31 letter blasting former SEAL members for speaking out about their service.

“A critical tenant (sic) of our Ethos is ‘I do not advertise the nature of my work, nor seek recognition for my actions,” Magaraci and Losey wrote to former and present SEALs.

“Our Ethos is a life-long commitment and obligation, both in and out of the Service. Violators of are Ethos are neither Teammates in good standing, nor Teammates who represent Naval Special Warfare.”

Fanatics sink to a new low: Shocking photograph shows ISIS supporter getting a BABY to kick the severed head of a Syrian soldier

How does a kid experience something like this and still turn out normal in life?

A sickening photo has emerged on social media showing a toddler kicking the severed head of a dead soldier in Syria. The toddler’s father is believed to be an avid…

Islamic State supporter and is wearing a camouflage military style baseball cap on his head.

The father can be seen smiling with delight in the photo as he watches his innocent child kick the severed head.

Leaning over, the bearded man, wearing a short white thoub, appears to be helping his young child to raise their small leg and kick the rotting head of the dead body.

It appears to be the head of a dead prisoner. The face has also suffered a deep wound, suggesting the victim had been militated with a knife, Daily Mail reports.