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Pharaoh's tomb found in Egypt

Pharaoh's tomb found in egypt

University of Pennsylvania archaeologists say they have found the tomb of a previously unknown Egyptian pharaoh who ruled more than 3,600 years ago. The tomb, found last week, was heavily looted, but hieroglyphs on the chamber walls clearly identified it as belonging to a ruler named Woseribre Senebkay.

Actor sues french tabloid

A French actor suspected of having an affair with President Francois Hollande has filed a lawsuit against a gossip magazine for alleged invasion of privacy. A representative of Closer magazine says the publication received documents Thursday from Julie Gayet and her lawyers. The lawsuit seeks $74,000 in damages and other fees, plus the publication of a summary of any judicial ruling in the case on its front page.

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