• Meghan Markle sported a new hairdo with plenty of volume, and it's a departure from her usual style

    Meghan Markle was spotted sporting an elegant half-up, half-down hairdo with plenty of volume while visiting MacArthur Girls High School in Sydney, Australia on Friday. The visit was part of her and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand. The pouf at the crown of Markle's head is a departure from her usual casual bun and loose curls.

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  • The degrading tests aspiring female cops in Indonesian are forced to undergo

    The test has been slammed by Human Rights Watch and WHO.

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  • Why you should be aware of something called the 'drama triangle' — a manipulative tactic narcissists use to keep you on your toes

    Narcissists mess with people's heads, psychologist Perpetua Neo explained to INSIDER. One of a narcissist's favourite games is creating havoc for others. Narcissists simultaneously loathe others and crave their attention.

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  • The $600bn reason why China's stock market crash might get a whole lot worse

    Chinese stocks have lost more than 30% of their value since the start of 2018. Fears of a slowing economy, rising debts and the impact of US President Donald Trump's trade war have all played a role in pushing the Chinese market lower. However, a wave of forced selling of company shares could see the market drop even more.

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  • Almost all the royal families of Europe are related to each other. This family tree shows how they share a single ancestor

    Almost all of Europe's royal families are related. These families share a common ancestor: King George II, who was the King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1727 until 1760. Here is how the royal families of Spain, Monaco, the UK, the Netherlands, Sweden, and more are related.

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  • Scientists' disturbing find after unearthing 1550-year-old child grave

    'I've never seen anything like it. It's extremely eerie and weird.'

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  • 8 horrible things that happen if you don't get enough sleep

    Surrounding ourselves with screens comes with an unexpected side effect: We can't sleep. Whether it's because we're staying up to squeeze in a final episode of "The OA" or scrolling through Facebook, nearly 40% of us get less than seven hours of sleep a night, according to a recent Gallup poll. If you're wondering why you're sick all the time and seem to pick up every bug that travels around the office, it's probably because you're not getting enough sleep.

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  • Meghan Markle's monochrome look for day six of royal tour (35 photos)

    On day five of the royal tour, Meghan Markle opted for a smart casual chic look when she attended a lunchtime reception in Sydney with Prince Harry.  The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex stunned in a crisp black and white outfit, which included a  L’Agence Brea pinstripe blazer (AU $772), layered over a black turtleneck blouse. She wore a pair of black jeans and her favourite black heels, Aquazurra’s Deneuve bow pumps. In terms of Australian brands, she completed her accessories with an Oroton Avalon Zip Top Crossbody bag (AU $295) she has used before.  Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here. On day five of the royal tour, Meghan Markle opted for a smart casual chic look when she attended a lunchtime reception in Sydney with Prince Harry. Photo: Getty The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex stunned in a crisp black and white outfit, which included a L’Agence Brea pinstripe blazer (AU $772), layered over a black turtleneck blouse. Photo: Getty She wore a pair of black jeans and her favourite black heels, Aquazurra’s Deneuve bow pumps. In terms of Australian brands, she completed her accessories with an Oroton Avalon Zip Top Crossbody bag (AU $295) she has used before. Photo: Getty

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  • Here's why you should never put vodka in the freezer, according to the creator of Grey Goose

    Putting your vodka in the freezer is a big mistake, according to the creator of Grey Goose, Francois Thibault. However, with a premium vodka, keeping it at a low temperature will block the more sophisticated aromas and flavours. He recommended storing Grey Goose at 0-4 degrees Celsius (32-39 degrees Fahrenheit).

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  • Famous last words of 17 famous people

    Last words have always fascinated people.

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  • Rare 'headless chicken monster' filmed by Australian researchers

    It's the first time the creature has been filmed in the area in East Antarctica.

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  • A Palestinian-American billionaire built a $1.4 billion luxury city from scratch in the desert to be a 'Marshall Plan' for Palestine's economy

    Rawabi is the first planned city in the West Bank built by and for Palestinians. The $US1.4 billion project is the brainchild of Bashar al-Masri, a Palestinian-American billionaire. Masri hopes the city can form the economic backbone of the nascent Palestinian state.

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  • A high-ranking Orthodox priest in Turkey landed a blow against Putin by invoking an obscure and ancient power from 451 AD

    A powerful Orthodox priest activated a 1,567-year-old power to elevate the status of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and make it on par with its Russian counterpart. Previously, Russia had power over the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, and the move damages its international prestige. The Russian Orthodox Church severed ties with the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople as a result.

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  • Pregnant Meghan has three outfit changes for day five of royal tour (33 photos)

    On day five of their royal tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the opening of the new ANZAC Memorial in Sydney’s Hyde Park. Prince Harry was dressed in his full military uniform, whilst Meghan Markle wore a stunning black dress by New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead which retails for $2600. The Duchess of Sussex wasn’t wearing any Australian designers for her first appearance of the day, but her chosen designer for her dress may have been a subtle tribute to the military coalition between Australia and New Zealand. Meghan completed her outfit with a Philip Treacy fascinator, Tabitha Simmons heels which retail for $1000 and a satin Givenchy clutch which retails for $2600. Later in the day for the first event of the Invictus Games, Meghan changed into a more casual ensemble. The 37-year-old wore an Invictus Games polo shirt with black jeans from Mother Denim, a white blazer from Altuzzara and the same Tabitha Simmons heels. For the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, Meghan was wearing a navy dress, layered with a navy coat and paired with nude heels. The Duchess wore her hair up in an elegant bun. On day four of their tour, Meghan and Prince kept things cool and casual for their visit to Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach. The Duchess of Sussex again championed Aussie designers with a $1,615 striped maxi dress from Paris-based Australian label Martin Grant, the same designer who made the trench coat she wore on Thursday and Tuesday. She later changed into a blue, $2,079 frock by Roksanda Ilincic and swapped her ponytail for a half-up, half-down hairstyle. On their visit to Melbourne on Thursday, Meghan opted for a $1,290 navy dress by Dion Lee, and later changed into a black Club Monaco dress that retails for $518.  Meanwhile on Wednesday, Meghan gave a shout out to her good friend Serena Williams by wearing a AU$203 grey blazer from the tennis champion’s label Serena Williams Collection, along with a pair of skin-tight black jeans by Australian brand Outland Denim for her day in Dubbo. The mum-to-be kicked off her and Harry’s 16-day tour international tour in Sydney on Tuesday with a $1,800 ivory dress by Australian designer Karen Gee. Later that day, Meghan changed into a pleated, khaki frock by American designer Brandon Maxwell that retails for $2,555. Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.

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  • Dana White just gave a big hint as to Khabib Nurmagomedov's next opponent, and it could be a fight that's been years in the making

    Dana White is already thinking about Khabib Nurmagomedov's next opponent, and it sounds like Conor McGregor will have to wait for his rematch. Speaking with ESPN, White hinted that he'd like to see former lightweight champion Tony Ferguson get the next shot and Nurmagomedov and his belt. While White didn't commit to the fight, it's no surprise that Ferguson is at the top of the list of potential challengers, as it's a fight UFC has been trying to set up for some time.

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  • We visited the weird, subtropical white-sand island off the far southern tip of Britain where angry monks beheaded 120 pirates in an afternoon

    There is a group of small subtropical islands off the southern tip of Britain that have their own unique weather and climate. The Isles of Scilly are sunny most of the year round. They also have a crazy history of pirates and shipwrecks.

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  • Nine-year-old girl follows in dad's footsteps to become tattoo artist

    Noko started tattooing when she was just six years old and often practices on oranges.

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  • Girl sells out of cookies in minutes after choosing clever sales spot

    The little girl's father said he's amazed with how quickly she sold her cookies.

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  • Disappointing photos show what going to Harvard is like in real life

    Harvard University is one of the most prestigious, and expensive, schools in the country. So you'd think life as a student there would be wildly more luxurious and comfortable ... right? It turns out that going to Harvard looks a lot like attending any other US college.

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  • 'We were punished': What losing Wentworth means for the government

    As the Liberal party looks back at what went wrong many questions have been raised as to what's next for the Morrrison government.

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