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When he does this, the Vatican says the prepared text is official. “As stewards of Gods creation, we are called to make the earth a beautiful garden for the human family. When we destroy our forests, ravage our soil and pollute our seas, we betray that noble calling,” he said in the text. Another line he read to the crowd noted that “this country, more than many others, is likely to be seriously affected by climate change”. His comments came a day after he made a dramatic visit to the central city of Tacloban, ground zero of Typhoon Haiyan, which killed at least 6,300 people, left a million homeless and displaced 4 million more when it struck in November 2013. In Tacloban, Francis wore a transparent poncho to protect him from strong wind and driving rain and had to cut short his visit by four hours to get out of the way of a tropical storm. “Respect for the environment means more than simply using cleaner products or recycling what we use. These are important aspects, but not enough,” he said in the written speech. “We need to see, with the eyes of faith, the beauty of Gods saving plan, the link between the natural environment and the dignity of the human person,” it said.
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Israeli selfie from Miss Universe contest causes stir in Lebanon – Yahoo News
Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Israeli selfie from Miss Universe contest causes stir in Lebanon Reuters 7 hrs ago REUTERS/Miss Universe Organization/Handout via Reuters … Miss Israel 2014 Doron Matalon poses for photographs at the 63rd Annual Miss Universe Pageant in Miami, Florida, in this January 8, 2015, handout photo. An Israeli beauty queen’s selfie has caused a stir in Lebanon, with some Lebanese saying their country’s contestant at the Miss Universe pageant should be stripped of her title for consorting with the enemy. Miss Israel Doron Matalon posted a photo of herself and Miss Lebanon Saly Greige smiling together at pageant preparations in Miami, where the winner will be picked on January 25. The two countries are technically at war, although the border has been largely quiet since their 2006 conflict. The Lebanese risk prison if they call or travel to Israel and all Israeli products are banned in Lebanon. Some Lebanese have demanded on social media that Greige lose her title for contacts with a citizen of the enemy state. Greige defended herself on the photo-sharing service Instagram on Saturday, saying Matalon had pestered her for a picture together and finally photobombed her.
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Israeli selfie from Miss Universe contest causes stir in Lebanon
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Uproar after Miss Israel’s selfie with Miss Lebanon | New York Post
Photo: Wire Image A Lebanese beauty queen pleaded self-ie defense after a Facebook pic of her posing with an Israeli pageant competitor caused outrage in Lebanon, which forbids its citizens from fraternizing with Israelis and is threatening to disqualify her. Since the first day of my arrival to participate to Miss Universe, I was very cautious to avoid being in any photo or communication with Miss Israel ([who] tried several times to have a photo with me), this years Miss Lebanon Saly Greige, who is set to compete in the Miss Universe contest in Miami on Jan. 25, wrote on her Facebook. The green-eyed brunette begged fans back home for their continued support in spite of a photo that Miss Israel, Doron Matalon, posted online that showed the two beauties of warring nations smiling side-by-side. Most of her followers posted positive comments after the apology, but her government may not be as forgiving. In 1993, the country stripped its Miss Lebanon, Ghada al-Turk, of her title after Agence France Press distributed a photo of her smiling arm-in-arm with her Israeli contender. This time around, the Lebanese government has vowed to launch an investigation and will decide this week whether the offensive photo will get her crown snapped, too. Thats exactly what Miss Israel was shooting for, said Miss Lebanons delusional agent, who likened the beauty to a stealthy saboteur, stalking his client with her camera drawn before she photo-bombed Greige standing with Miss Japan and Miss Slovenia, according to Lebanese media. But Miss Israel said quit the kvetching.
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The muscles in my neck, shoulders and back were doing their best impression of concrete. https://www.facebook.com/arganellebeauty Despite having enough beauty products to open a Sephora shop out of my bathroom, I’ve never used milk bath. (I can’t believe it, either.) I added about a cup of Clairvoyant’s Milk Bath Soak to a nearly full tub of water. I immediately could feel the difference the trifecta of ingredients made. My legs were instantly velvety smooth from the lactose and sea salt, and the baking soda eased my chronically sore lower back (I’m looking at you, IKEA couch) and tight shoulders. I’ll get a few baths out of the 16-ounce jar, which, at $18, is way less than what I blow when I hit one of my favorite day spas. I’ve been trying to live a cleaner, healthier lifestyle since we flipped the calendar, so I appreciate the natural, organic products in the milk bath. But the coolest thing? The tiny wooden scoop that comes with it. Totally adorable. a Jill Leonard After a 10 12-hour day at the word factory, capped by a 20-minute run in the arctic with a frisky golden retriever, I was more than ready to channel my inner Cleopatra in a hot bath accented with Clairvoyant Beauty Milk Bath Soak.
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Interestingly, the Dollar Index has surrendered its early gain (-0.2% at 84.10) and oil has climbed into the green (+0.6% at $93.37/bbl), but the energy space has recently notched a fresh low for the day to widen its September loss to 4.9%. Other cyclical sectors look a bit better, but they have yet to climb out of the red. The financial sector (-0.1%) held a slim gain in the early going, but has been pulled into negative territory by the overall weakness. Elsewhere, the top-weighted group-technology (-0.3%)-has been pressured by chipmakers (PHLX Semiconductor Index -0.8%), but shares of Apple (AAPL 102.16, +0.73) have picked up some of the slack, leaving the sector just a bit ahead of the broader market. Despite today’s underperformance, the high-beta ETF remains on course to finish the week little changed, while the S&P 500 has surrendered 1.1% since last Friday. Treasuries slumped in the morning and they continue trading in the bottom half of their ranges. The 10-yr yield is higher by three basis points at 2.59%. Also of note, the U.S. Treasury has announced a new set of sanctions on Russian banks, energy, and defense companies. The move followed a similar announcement from the European Union. Economic data included Retail Sales, Import/Export Prices, Michigan Sentiment Survey, and Business Inventories: Retail sales increased 0.6% in August following an upwardly revised 0.3% (from 0.0%), which matched the Briefing.com consensus After missing expectations last month, sales rebounded in August and upward revisions were reported for the prior month (to 0.3% from 0.0%); concerns that consumption could weigh down GDP growth were somewhat alleviated. Excluding motor vehicles, retail sales increased a respectable 0.3% for a second consecutive month and met the consensus expectations Export prices, excluding agriculture, decreased 0.3% in August after increasing 0.3% in the prior reading Excluding oil, import prices ticked up 0.1%, which followed last month’s unchanged reading The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index increased to 84.6 in the preliminary September reading from 82.5 in August, while the Briefing.com consensus expected the index to increase to 83.5 That was the highest reading in the Sentiment Index since July 2013 The Present Conditions Index deteriorated in September, dropping from 99.8 in August to 98.5 The Expectations Index rose to 75.6 in September from 71.3 in August Business inventories increased an in-line 0.4% in July after increasing by the same amount in June Inventories for manufacturers (0.1%) and merchant wholesalers (0.1%) were known prior to the release.
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