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A Belarusian model who claimed she had evidence of Russian efforts to help Donald Trump win office was deported from Thailand on Thursday after being convicted of participating in a "sex training course". Anastasia Vashukevich, known by her pen-name Nastya Rybka, was held with several others in a police raid last February in the sleazy seaside resort of Pattaya. In a case that veered between salacious and bizarre, Vashukevich said she had travelled to Thailand after becoming embroiled in a political scandal with Russian aluminium tycoon Oleg Deripaska -- a one-time associate of Trump's disgraced former campaign director Paul Manafort.Celebrity Women's Health
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After a long battle, Ireland’s biggest fast-food chain, Supermac, has won a trademark case against McDonald’s. The Ireland chain’s case has officially been ruled by the EU Intellectual Property Office that the phrase “Big Mac” is no longer valid in Europe. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Melody Hahm discuss.Celebrity People
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Stephen King is certainly not one to mince his words -- and that goes double when it comes to Trump. The horror master spent a large chunk of 2018 berating the President on Twitter, and -- judging by his tweets so far in 2019 -- he isn't planning to stop any time soon. SEE ALSO: How Stephen King's tweets saved book reviews for a local paper On Wednesday night, King addressed Trump's government shutdown -- and, as usual, he didn't hold back. Thanks to the Trump Shutdown, government workers are queuing for donated commodities. He is this country's shame. -- Stephen King (@StephenKing) January 16, 2019 The part about "queuing for donated commodities" refers to the 800,000 federal workers in the U.S. who have spent the shutdown either working for free, or who have been granted a leave of absence, per CNBC. On Wednesday, Trump signed legislation which guarantees workers affected by the shutdown will receive back pay. ## WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?Sports Yahoo Sports
When Oklahoma was lobbying for Baker Mayfield's eligibility, it claimed a rule change was "the right thing to do." Now the school is being petty about Austin Kendall's potential move to West Virginia.
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