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  • The Worst Bathroom Fails… You Have Never Seen Before!

    Here are few bathroom fails that you might have never seen before. They could practically make it impossible for you to take a leak or maybe you would enjoy it more? Err.. Well checking out the pictures might let you know, unless, you want to try it out?

    Would you like if someone keeps an eye on you?

    Maybe you would enjoy being in the lap of someone?

    Now that's one way to organize the doodie.


    Which one of these you would prefer to be in front of?

    You better jump off than rinsing your hands.


    That is built to turn you on, I bet!


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  • Scientists develop drug that 'could cure HIV and Aids'

    Scientists have developed a drug they hope could lead to a cure for HIV and Aids.

    Reseachers in Israel have identified a protein they claim can reduce the virus in infected patients by 97 per cent in just eight days, according to the Times of Israel

    The findings raise hopes for sufferers of a disease that killed more than a million people globally in 2015.

    The HIV virus attacks a type of white blood cell known as a CD4, which is used by the body to fight off illnesses like flu.

    The virus uses the internal machinery of these cells to effectively take it over and make more and more copies of itself, destroying CD4s in the process.

    Once a sufferer’s CD4 cells fall below 200 per cubic millimetre of blood, they are considered to have progressed to Aids.

    The new drug was inserted into test tubes containing the blood of 10 Aids patients by scientists at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

    The active ingredient, called Gammora by researchers, caused several copies of the virus’s DNA to enter an infected CD4 cell, instead of the usual one or two.

    This caused the damaged white blood cell to go into overdrive and self-destruct, leaving it unable to spread the virus any further.

    Tests using Gammora will continue amid hopes it will soon be able to kill 100 per cent of infected HIV cells. 

    HIV is currently treated with drugs taken daily that supress the disease, but there are no known cures.

    Abraham Loyter, who helped develop the drug, told Channel 2 in Israel: “With our approach we are destroying the cells, so there is no chance that the virus will awaken one day. 

    “Because there are no cells, there will be no cells that contain the virus.”


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  • Best Android antivirus 2016


    Whether you are looking to keep your phone safe from theft or a Virus, this is the best android antivirus 2016.

    Best Android antivirus 2016

    With the inbuilt App lock and security engine, CM Security is the complete firewall solution.CM security (Clean Master) is an award-winning security option and provides some of the best malware protection on Android.  It has bundled with various features like Find My Phone, Safe browsing, and App lock.

    It will help to protect apps, media files, and other personal Whatsapp, Viber or any other messaging apps conversation from others.

    Download  ➤➤➤ CM Security AntiVirus for your Android Phone


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  • Qualities of a Perfect Girlfriend



    Here are a few most desirable qualities every man is looking out for. You are a lucky man if you have found some of the qualities in your spouse.

    Dose not have a nagging nature

    Nagging is the biggest relationship killer of all times. Nagging simply leads to resentment and irritation. No man would like to be mothers around and being reminded about their tasks at all times. It simply sucks the fun out of your relationship. The amount of energy you waste it on nagging could be well invested in planning a date or prepare a romantic dinner.

    Does not depend on you

    Emotionally or financially being independent is the key to a successful relationship. No one wants to just be the shoulder to cry on. It is a good thing that you are emotionally connected but if she cannot function without you that would completely be suffocating the relationship.

    She is intelligent

    In a man’s theory, “Intelligence is sexy”. Being with the one who is sorted is something all men would want. An intelligent woman will always keep surprising you, and make you want to explore more in her. Things would never get boring. If you are looking out for the best quality in your woman, this is something to crave for.


    Beauty sure attracts men. Getting attracted to looks and charm is something biological. It is human nature to caress a flower and not the weed. Most of the men will want an attractive partner to cover up for his insecurities and her charm thereby to boost his ego. Being with a girl who all men want can sure be a great feeling.


    A woman who can completely express themselves are a hard treat to find. It is fun to be with a delightfully expressive girl who when happy screams and jumps with joy or their hilarious expression when they lose a game. To show love increases the intimacy between the two. Her energy would always keep you want more and keep the flame of romance burning.


    Isn’t it great to have a friend in your partner? It is bot that she would just spend her life with you it is an added bones that she gets along with your friends and family well. This relationship with a friend would entitles your freedom and fun.

    So when looking out for the perfect match these points would help you scrap out the best. You just hope when the dinosaurs exist so does the unicorns. Be a pro, there is more to gain than to get hurt.

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  • WikiLeaks: Sheikh Agreed to Pay Bill $2 Million Per Trip to Ethiopia

    Clinton Foundation aide says ‘unless Sheikh Mo has sent us a $6 million check, this sounds crazy to do’

    A top Clinton Foundation official expressed reservations about former President Bill Clinton contacting a Saudi Arabian and Ethiopian billionaire to thank him for offering a plane ride to Ethiopia — unless it would mean a seven-figure donation.

    According to a briefing memo contained in an email chain released by WikiLeaks, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi of Midroc had pledged to donate $20 million over 10 years to the Clinton Health Access Initiative. But an economic downturn caused the sheikh to delay payments. The health program did not receive payments in 2010 or 2011.

    “Unless Sheikh Mo has sent us a $6 million check, this sounds crazy to do.”
    In an email released by WikiLeaks Monday, Clinton Health Access Initiative CEO Ira Magaziner suggested in November 2011 that Clinton call the sheikh.

    “CHAI would like to request that President Clinton call Sheikh Mohammed to thank him for offering his plane to the conference in Ethiopia and expressing regrets that President Clinton’s schedule does not permit him to attend the conference,” he wrote.

    WikiLeaks released more of the email chain on Tuesday. Amitabh Desai, director of foreign policy at the foundation, expressed reservations — unless the sheikh had caught up with his financial commitment.

    “Unless Sheikh Mo has sent us a $6 million check, this sounds crazy to do,” he responded.

    But Bruce Lindsey, chairman of the Clinton Foundation’s board of directors, argued in favor of the plan.

    “I think they are hopeful if we do this it will help us get the $6 million,” he wrote. “I think he [Clinton] should call.”

    The sheikh was born in Ethiopia to an Ethiopian mother and Saudi father. He later moved to Saudi Arabia and made a fortune in construction and real estate before buying oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco. He approached the Clinton Foundation in 2006 and proposed donating $2 million to the health program for every year that Clinton visited Ethiopia. The final agreement the parties struck mentioned a payment schedule but did not tie the money to Clinton’s visits to the African country.

    In 2008, the sheikh donated rooms at a Sheraton hotel in Ethiopia and meals for Clinton and a large party for four days — two days longer than originally planned because of aircraft problems.

    According to Clinton Foundation documents, the sheikh contributed $5 million to $10 million, though it is unclear how much of that came after the email exchange.

    The memo laid out strategies for getting the sheikh to cough up the money he owed and detailed discussions with George Salem, the sheikh’s Washington-based lawyer, and Irvin Hicks, a former U.S. ambassador to Ethiopia and one of the sheikh’s representatives in Washington.

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  • Ethiopia says 2,000 arrested and released in emergency - AP

    ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — An Ethiopian official said 2,000 people have been detained and later released under the country's state of emergency that was declared on October 8, 2016. The remarks came amid local media reports that thousands of people are being detained across some parts of the country that have witnessed some of the worst violence in the past couple of weeks.

    "About 2,000 people were arrested and later released after undergoing counseling under the state of emergency," Defense Minister Siraj Fegessa, who oversees the state of emergency, told local reporters on Sunday. He said authorities collected more than 1,500 firearms that had been looted during the violence in the country.

    He declined to say how many people are still in detention but mentioned various military camps and prison facilities where inmates nabbed under the state of emergency are being held.

     Ethiopia's Oromia region has been experiencing renewed unrest following the deaths of dozens of people in a stampede during a religious festival in Bishoftu in early October. Protests have also hit the Amhara region.

    Ethiopia's President, Mulatu Teshome, said on October 10 that the government will address some of the public's grievances and will conduct electoral and political reforms. Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn is expected to announce a new cabinet on Tuesday, Ethiopia's government spokesman, Getachew Reda, said on Monday.

    On Monday, Human Rights Watch urged Ethiopian officials to promptly repeal or revise all elements of the state of emergency that it said are contrary to international law.

    "Ethiopia's state of emergency bans nearly all speech that the government disagrees with anywhere in the country for at least six months," Felix Horne, Human Rights Watch's senior Africa researcher said. "The state of emergency hands the army new sweeping powers to crack down on demonstrators further limiting the space for peaceful dissent."

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