Kim Kardashian: I felt ‘blindsided’ by the backlash to my work comments
14 October 2022 | 5:06 am
Kim Kardashian felt "blindsided" by the backlash to her work comments.
13 Feb 2021
Kim Kardashian West is said to be planning a Valentine's Day "celebration" with her kids and family - without Kanye West.
20 Feb 2021
A Hamas-backed decision to require unmarried women to gain their "guardian's" approval to travel sparked outrage. The Islamic judge who imposed the rule, has now agreed to revise it.
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Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Sunday.
2 Mar 2021
Kim Kardashian West wants to discuss her marriage split in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, so she can "face the public and be honest" about the end of her romance with Kanye West.
30 Mar 2021
A growing number of international brands are facing a backlash in China over their support for Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang Province. H&M, Nike, Adidas and Burberry are among the fashion labels to say they will no longer use cotton from the region, because of concerns about forced labour there. Allyson Stewart-Allen of International Marketing Partners says customers and employees are increasingly calling on companies to take a stand on social and environmental issues. Also in the show: traffic begins flowing through the Suez Canal after a week-long blockage.
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The cosmetics and shapewear businesswoman, who launched her career off the reality TV series "Keeping Up with The Kardashians," was included on Tuesday for the first time on Forbes magazine's list of the world's billionaires.
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Kanye West won't be fighting Kim Kardashian's divorce demands after filing his response with identical custody requests.
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino warns that clubs involved in the European Super League could face "consequences", as the backlash builds against the deeply divisive plans, including from British Prime Minister Boris who has threatened to take "legislative action" to protect "the basic principles of competition."
21 Jun 2021
Love you unconditionally Kim Kardashian West pays tribute to Kanye West
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International Olympic Committee vice-president John Coates has sparked a backlash for publicly berating Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk over her plans not to attend the Tokyo Games opening ceremony. The incident happened at a press conference in Tokyo after Palaszczuk's state capital Brisbane was named 2032 host city on Wednesday.
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Kim Kardashian West has been criticised for making "distasteful" jokes about O.J. Simpson on 'Saturday Night Live' by Nicole Brown Simpson's sister.
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In Cuba, the socialist project begun by revolutionary hero and former president Fidel Castro is teetering on the verge of failure.
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The Church, which employees around 800,000 people in Germany, has changed its labor laws so that people can no longer be fired for being in a same-sex relationship or remarrying after divorce.
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