Wack 100 Claims He Has a Never-Before-Seen Kim Kardashian and Ray J Sex Tape, Offers It to Kanye West

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XXL Mag

Wack 100 is no stranger to saying things that make people raise their eyebrows. Now, the hip-hop manager is claiming to be in possession of a never-before-seen Kim Kardashian and Ray J sex tape. Wack made the revelation during a recent interview with Bootleg Kev that aired on Thursday (Sept. 16). “All I know is this, Kanye West, holla at me, bro,” Wack said. “We got part two on the laptop, ain’t never been seen. We’d love for you to have it. It would be a great personal private NFT.” As far as the contents of the tape, Wack revealed it is “graphic and better than the first one,” referring to t… Read More “Wack 100 Claims He Has a Never-Before-Seen Kim Kardashian and Ray J Sex Tape, Offers It to Kanye West”

OIC Ombudsmen Association sums up results of fact-finding mission to Azerbaijani Karabakh

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Azer News

By Trend The delegation of the Association of Ombudsmen of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held a press conference in the Azerbaijani Ombudsman’s Office on Sept.18, Trend reports referring to the office. The event participants discussed the facts of war crimes committed by Armenia against Azerbaijan, including destruction of cultural monuments, as well as the consequences of the ecological terror committed by the Armenian side in the previously occupied Azerbaijani territories. Speaking at the event, Azerbaijani Ombudsperson Sabina Aliyeva again expressed her gratitude to Turkey … Read More “OIC Ombudsmen Association sums up results of fact-finding mission to Azerbaijani Karabakh”

Bills on digital payments pushed

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Philippine Star

Lawrence Agcaoili – The Philippine Star September 19, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is pushing for the passage of a bill that aims to facilitate transactions, arrangements or exchanges of goods and services by promoting the universal use of a safe and efficient digital payments in financial transactions. In a virtual special reform legislation discussion series titled “Promotion of Digital Payments” organized by the American Chamber of the Philippines Inc., BSP Deputy Governor Mamerto Tangonan said the central bank supports House Bill 8992 of Rep. J… Read More “Bills on digital payments pushed”

N.J. weather: Here’s how our hot summer of 2021 compares to other steamy years

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NJ.com

Anyone who spent a lot of time outside during the past few months already knows this: New Jersey just experienced one of its hottest summers on record. In fact, it was the sixth hottest summer since detailed records started being kept way back in 1895, according to New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson, whose office oversees the state’s weather data. The average temperature across the state in June, July and August was 74.5 degrees, Robinson noted in his summer weather report. (That’s the number you get when all the daily highs and daily lows in each region are averaged out.) New Jerse… Read More “N.J. weather: Here’s how our hot summer of 2021 compares to other steamy years”

Thaicom ready to navigate new frontiers

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The Bangkok Post

Despite a 30-year satellite operating concession ending on Sept 10, SET-listed Thaicom is still optimistic about the future, indicating the space economy offers a myriad of business opportunities. The company is considering a synergy of its core value assets and partnerships to provide space-air-ground smart solutions. “The expiry of the concession is not a disruption for us. The satellite business has been disrupted by innovation for decades,” Thaicom chief executive Anant Kaewruamvongs told the Bangkok Post. The expiry of Thaicom’s concession draws the curtain on the concession regime in the… Read More “Thaicom ready to navigate new frontiers”

USAID supports citizen engagement in improving infrastructure in Balakan, Gakh and Zagatala

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Azer News

By Trend The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director in Azerbaijan Dr. Jaidev Singh joined citizens of Balakan, Gakh and Zagatala to inaugurate projects supporting their communities funded by USAID. Citizens in these communities contributed significant time and money to improve community infrastructure by improving non-potable water supply and building a safe playground for children. These projects were deliveredthrough USAID’s Socio-Economic Development Activity (SEDA) implemented by the East-West Management Institute with support from the Ministry of Economy, Trend… Read More “USAID supports citizen engagement in improving infrastructure in Balakan, Gakh and Zagatala”

Monetary conditions in Azerbaijan becoming anti-inflationary – Central Bank

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Azer News

By Trend Monetary conditions in Azerbaijan are becoming anti-inflationary, and no significant changes in nominal interest rates on loans and deposits have been observed, Trend reports citing a report of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA). According to the report, nominal interest remains unchanged in the face of rising inflation, and this leads to a decrease in real interest. Along with this, the surplus execution of the state budget and the growth of the balance of funds in the single treasury account ensured an increase in the monetary base (by 4.5 percent in the first 8 months of 2021), t… Read More “Monetary conditions in Azerbaijan becoming anti-inflationary – Central Bank”

Film on renowned Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyli produced in Los Angeles

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Azer News

By Trend The Consulate General of Azerbaijan in Los Angeles produced a short film in English on renowned Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyli – the founder of the first opera and operetta in the Muslim World. The film mentions that Hajibeyli was born on Sep. 18, 1885, in Azerbaijan’s Karabagh region and was raised in Shusha, the cradle of Azerbaijani music, where he studied Azerbaijani Mugham music. It is stated that in 1908, then the 23-year old Uzeyir Hajibeyli’s “Leyli and Majnun”, the first opera in the Muslim World, was performed in Baku, Azerbaijan and that in 1913 his operetta “Arshin … Read More “Film on renowned Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyli produced in Los Angeles”

Woman’s U.S. National Soccer Team Offered Same Contract Terms As Men’s Team

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uSports.org

On Tuesday, the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) offered identical contract proposals for both the United States Women’s National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) and the United States National Soccer Team Players Association (USNSTPA). This new proposal would align the women’s and men’s senior national teams under one collective bargaining agreement. This update comes after many years of different generations of USWNT players fighting the soccer federation over gender pay equity. Most recently, in 2019, twenty-eight players of the U.S. women’s World Cup-winning team filed a gender discriminati… Read More “Woman’s U.S. National Soccer Team Offered Same Contract Terms As Men’s Team”

Nicecactus partners with AJE Group to host regional tournaments

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Esports Insider

Gaming tournament and training platform Nicecactus has announced it has joined forces with South American beverage company AJE Group. As a result, the platform will host a range of grassroots League of Legends tournaments that will take place in ten countries, with a combined prize pool of $10,000 (~£7200). RELATED: Nicecactus partners with internet provider ZEOP Six tournaments will take place between July and October, culminating in a live-streamed final that will feature a $6,000 (~£4,363) prize pool and a range of local esports talent and influencers. Mike Hessabi, President of Nicecactus,… Read More “Nicecactus partners with AJE Group to host regional tournaments”