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Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton join forces to defend Malia Obama
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Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton join forces to defend Malia Obama

Growing up in the White House is an experience that very few children and teenagers have experienced in recent decades. Malia Obama, along with her sister Sasha, are two of the most recent, and precisely the private life of the eldest of the sisters, now that she has left the paternal nest and is studying at Harvard University, she has been the subject of comments of all kinds in the press.

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Print photos instantly from our iPhone? Yes, with this case it is possible

Paper photography has not died. No matter how ephemeral a selfie taken with our iPhone may seem; if we want to make it permanent, now we can do it without having to wait a minute to print it. How? Thanks to the PRYNT case, which turns our mobile into a camera with instant development, in the style of the Polaroid that stole our hearts a few decades ago.
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Nine keys to practicing body positive and being happier on the beach

Although spending a day in the sun on the beach or pool is synonymous with absolute happiness for many people, it can also become a difficult time for others. Because summer is the time to show our body in all its splendor and, sometimes, it is necessary to resort to our whole body positive spirit so that we do not affect the eyes of others or our own complexes.
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The emotional story of how a British grandmother became the heroine for many survivors of the Manchester Arena

When a great misfortune occurs, citizen heroes often arise where they are least expected. As if we needed hope to continue maintaining faith in humanity in the midst of misfortune. Last Monday, Ariana Grande's concert at Manchester Arena became the epicenter of pain, with an attack that killed 22 of the attendees and left 59 injured, most of them children and adolescents.
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Ariana Grande, broken in pain after yesterday's attack during her concert in Manchester

Last night, terrorism returned to panic in Europe. After the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena in Manchester (United Kingdom), a suicide bomber exploded a homemade device that has caused twenty-two dead and fifty-nine wounded, according to the BBC. The victims seem to be very young people, since that is the audience that follows the American singer, which adds an extra horror to the tragedy.
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Celebrities turn to the networks in their support of Ariana Grande and the victims of Manchester

The attack last night in Manchester, during an Ariana Grande concert, has shocked the world. The presence of many children and adolescents among the victims (22 dead and 59 injured according to the latest information) has made the pain even greater. One of the first people to speak has been the singer herself, broken with pain on Twitter, who has canceled the rest of her tour after the attack.
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The 2017 Super Bowl is here, and these impressive commercials are a good excuse not to move in front of the TV

Tonight is the great television event in the United States. The event with the largest audience in the country throughout the year. The event for which all companies fight and for which they pay millionaire amounts. Advertisers and agencies give the chest for the spots that will be broadcast tonight, during the Super Bowl 2017, and some of them have known them before their grand premiere arrives before the world.
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