This and a lot more took place on the KUWTK drama scene. Jul 21 2014, 4:14am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir 12 Updates Recommend Your Tweet as Top Tweet: Tweet to @i4unews Full Story Kim Kardashian Goes Naked in KUWTK The KUWTK reality TV produces shocks and scenes time after time. This time the whole family is on vacation. They are in Thailand and all does not go as per plan. Bruce and Kris Jenner get in a car accident and Khloe decides to go spend some time with her brother Rob. “Khloe is excited to live with Rob because she misses him and is looking forward to spending more time with him,” according to E! News . Kim meanwhile announces to her sisters the fact that she has appeared on the cover of Vogue to which they respond with jokes and peals of laughter. At this reaction from them, Kim is flabbergasted. She was not expecting such a non-serious attitude.
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Israeli mood turns dark with mounting casualties | WashingtonExaminer.com
schools. Israel and Hamas at ceasefire crossroad The Israel Defense Forces announced that it is expanding its ground offensive into Gaza on Sunday. It is adding more troops to the incursion it began on Thursday after more than a week of airstrikes. Accelerated death As the battle between Israel and Hamas militants grows, the death toll in Gaza is rising at an accelerated clip. On Saturday, 62 Palestinians died, according to Gaza health officials, as clashes between Israeli soldiers and Hamas Islamist fighters intensified, and Israeli tanks shelled targets in northern Gaza. The overall death toll in Gaza has reached at least 386 since the Israeli military operation Protective Edge began July 8, according to Gaza health officials.
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“But we have to finish the operation. If we stop now before reaching our goals, the soldiers will have died in vain.” But the Haaretz newspaper warned against mission creep and the “wholesale killing” of Palestinian civilians. “The soft Gaza sand … could turn into quicksand,” it said in its editorial Monday. “There can be no victory here. … Israel must limit its time in the Strip.” There was always near-consensus among Israelis for the airstrikes aimed at ending the rocket fire, which they considered unreasonable and outrageous.
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