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Husband of woman who gave birth to 10 babies asks public to stop donating cash

A father of decuplets has requested people stop donating money to his wife and their 10 new babies, whom he says he still hasn’t seen. Teboga Tsotetsi’s wife, 37-year-old Gosiame Sithole, recently made headlines for giving birth to a record-breaking 10 children at once — but conflicting local media reports in South Africa and a lack of photographic evidence now have many, including the babies’ father, doubting the authenticity of the claim.
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Chase Chrisley Sells Nic Kerdiles For Best Offer: Well, Kind Of…

Chrisley Knows Best Chase Chrisley sells Nic Kerdiles, but for what? From the looks of Chases’ recent Instagram Stories, the young entrepreneur is pulling out all the stops to get rid of his sister’s ex-fiance. Let’s take a closer look at the lengths Chase will go to so someone else will take Nic off of his hands.
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'Potential red flag': Trump struggles to clear Senate GOP fields

(CNN) — A growing number of GOP Senate contenders are spurning former President Donald Trump's wishes with campaigns that defy his criticism or ignore his support of a rival, as the Republican Party debates his role in its future. In Alabama, Trump's early endorsement of Rep. Mo Brooks has failed...
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Best Prime Day kitchen deals: Coffee machines, toaster ovens, and more

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is just a few days away, and it’s likely to bring with it some of the best deals on all kinds of different tech. But it’s not just tech that you’ll find deals for — we’re also expecting some of the best kitchen deals of the year. In other words, if you’re looking for the best Prime Day kitchen deals, you’re in the right place. Of course, as mentioned there will be great deals on all kinds of other products too. For example, there will be great Prime Day headphones deals for the music fans out there....
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5 Most Dangerous Areas in San Antonio

With 1,547,253 citizens in 2019, San Antonio, formally the City of San Antonio, is the seventh-most populous city in the United States and the second-most populated city in Texas. It's an amazing city to live in where you won't miss anything. But there are also some very dangerous areas in this city. Here are the five most dangerous areas for 2021 according to the areavibe research.
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Duchess Camilla's majestic London home as you've never seen it

The Duchess of Cornwall has often filmed inside Clarence House, the London home she shares with Prince Charles – but a new video has revealed one room has been redecorated. Camilla filmed inside the Garden Room as she spoke to ITV Racing presenter Oli Bell about Royal Ascot and her role as President of Ebony Horse Club, which she has held since April 2009.
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Former WWE Announcer Renee Young, AEW's Jon Moxley Announce Birth of Baby Daughter

Renee Paquette, better known by her former WWE ring name Renee Young, and AEW star Jon Moxley announced the birth of their first child on Tuesday. Baby girl is officially here, so I’m checking out and becoming a mom. (She’s absolutely incredible!! 🥰) I have a bunch of guest hosts lined up for you guys and I started with none other than my baby daddy, cool dude husband @JonMoxley check it here- https://t.co/YC3k4fqOwN.
NFLNew York Post

How ‘insane’ decision ruined Novak Djokovic’s viral French Open moment

Angry tennis fans have accused the sport of shooting itself in the foot by taking unnecessary action over one of the best moments from Sunday’s French Open men’s final. Novak Djokovic took another step towards cementing his GOAT status with an incredible five-set win over Stefanos Tsitsipas to claim Grand Slam title No. 19. But the real highlight was a young fan’s reaction when the Serb gave him his racket after the match.
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How a Marine survived being shot with a .50-cal at point-blank range

US Marine Corps Cpl. Jared Foster finally arrived in Baghdad in February 2005. A month later, a .50-caliber rifle discharged behind him, missing his spine and exiting through his stomach. But after two years, 45 surgeries, the loss of his tailbone, and damage to his intestines, Foster was walking again.