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  • 10 little ways to make your husband feel butterflies again

    • You two still love each other - but the days are getting duller. Your husband is a great man, but sometimes it's difficult to rekindle the spark you once had.

    • If your husband needs a bit of a nudge, here are some small ways to give the him butterflies he had when you were dating:

    • 1. Take him on a date

      If he's been the one planning most of the dates, it will be a pleasant surprise to have you take the lead for a change. Plan something that you know he will love and leave him feeling valued and pleasantly surprised.

    • 2. Cook together

      The way to a man's heart is through his stomach - and you'll have a fun time together trying something new.

      • 3. Do something active outside together

        Whether that means playing a sport together or just going on a walk, doing something outside not only means spending time with your spouse, but also getting a breath of fresh air.

      • 4. Rub his back

        It's affectionate and relaxing, and physical contact builds emotional bonds too. Try blocking out an evening for his and hers backrubs with a favorite movie on in the background.

      • 5. Give him a framed picture of the two of you

        Pick a photo from one of your favorite memories together. It's a visual reminder of your good times and how much you love each other. He can hang it on a wall, put it on his desk at work, or another place where he'll remember how much he loves you.

      • 6. Say thank you

      • a critical trait to staying in love. Let your man know how much you appreciate him. Thank him for the little things he does for you and the things he does to help others, and he'll start feeling valued. Leave him a note, tell him in person, send a text - just let him feel appreciated.
        • 7. Connect with him emotionally

          Emotional connection is vital to stay attracted to each other. Since men are stereotypically seen as less emotional, it can be damaging if you aren't understanding what he's feeling. According to this study, a great way to get him to connect to you emotionally is to be there for him when he is sad or disappointed.

        • 8. Take a road trip

          Having an adventure brings life back into your relationship. Those long drives give you and your spouse time to discuss your relationship and spend time together.

        • 10 little ways to make your husband feel butterflies again

          If your relationship is in a rut, here are some simple things you can do to make your husband start crushing on you again.

           

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  • Dubai to build world’s tallest tower that surpasses Burj Khalifa

    Dubai’s Emaar Properties plans to build a new tower in the emirate to surpass the Burj Khalifa, currently the world’s tallest building, Chairman Mohamed Alabbar told reporters on Sunday.

    The new project comes as Dubai developers continue to announce new schemes despite a softening real estate sector, with the Emaar-built Burj Khalifa expected to be usurped by a tower currently under construction in Saudi Arabia.

    Alabbar would not confirm the height of the proposed new tower, saying only that it would be “a notch” taller than the Burj Khalifa, which stands at more than 828 meters (2,717 feet).

    Supported by a matrix of cables, the futuristic tower will anchor the redevelopment of the Dubai Creek, the heart of old Dubai where traditional dhow boats continue to ferry goods.The tower, designed by Spanish-Swiss neo-futuristic architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, is slated to have a rooftop courtyard, residential units and a link to a retail plaza.The building is expected to be completed for the Dubai Expo trade fair in 2020, the same year that the kilometer-high Kingdom Tower in Jeddah is due to overtake the Burj Khalifa as the world’s tallest building.Funding for the $1 billion project will be 50 percent equity and 50 percent debt, Alabbar said, undeterred by a residential property market that consultancy Cluttons says has softened for at at least five quarters.The balance between supply and demand is very encouraging, Alabbar said. He declined to give figures, but said: “I don’t see a pullback. We are doing better than 2015.”
     

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  • Top 5 Best Cell Phone yesilela Application Software Reviewed 2016

    Important: Every phone spy program listed below is 100% undetectable – the application runs in the background without the user being aware.

     

    #1 – mSpy (Best Spy Software for iPhone and iPad): mSpy is a powerful monitoring tool with some really great features. It’s extremely simple to use, probably one of the easiest spy software I have tried. Also, their customer service is responsive and helpful.

    Cost: mSpy comes in three packages (Basic, Premium, and Bundle kit) priced from $30 to $230

    Visit their website: http://www.mspy.com

    #2 – Highster Mobile (Best Spy Software for Android Phone and Tablet):Highster Mobile Pro Edition is one of the best value for money mobile spying apps out there. It is packed with features that will help you monitor all aspects of a cell phone.

    Cost: $29.99 a month, unlimited access to all features.Visit their website:http://www.highstermobi.com

    3 – FlexiSPY:FlexiSPY is one of the most feature-rich spy software.It has the most advanced features available to help you spy on mobile cell phone usage, and is available on a wide variety of mobile platforms, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, and Nokia Symbian.

    Cost: FlexiSPY Premium version – $149, FlexiSPY Extreme version – $349 (1-Year License),Visit their website: http://www.flexispy.com

    #4 – iKeyMonitor:iKeyMonitor is a simple but powerful spy application that logs SMS, WhatsApp messages, keystrokes, passwords, websites, screenshots and sends a detailed report to your email.

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  • Ethiopia accuses Allana Potash of tax evasion

     

    Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn on Monday accused Allana Potash, the Canadian company which was engaged in potash mineral exploration and development project in the Afar Regional State, of tax evasion. In a press conference held in his office on Monday morning, Prime Minister Hailemariam was asked about the state of the Ethiopian mining sector and the exit of prominent mining companies such as Allana Potash and Israel Chemicals Ltd (ICL). Hailemariam said that the case of Allana was related to tax evasion. “Allana owes the Ethiopian government some two billion birr in tax. Allana should pay this and the Ethiopian government will use legal means to recover its money,” the prime minister said. Allana Potash, which was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange through its subsidiary company Allana Potash Afar, was prospecting for potash deposit in the Danakil Depression in North East Ethiopia for more than six years and spent tens of millions of dollars on the exploration project. The company discovered 3.2 billion tons of potash which could be mined for 50 years. The company had the plan to invest 750 million dollars in developing the potash mine and export one million tons of potash yearly generating 430 million dollars. In 2013 the then Ministry of Mines granted Allana large-scale mining license that enables the company to mine the potash deposit. However, due to the commodity market crash particularly the nose-diving price of potash in the global market, Allana was unable to raise the required investment capital to finance the project. To avoid massive shareholders dilution the management and board of Allana Potash decided to sell the company. Accordingly, in March 2015 the board accepted the buyout offer from ICL, the 6th largest fertilizer producer in the world. At the moment, officials of the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas were reluctant to recognize the deal citing that they were not pre-informed about the transaction, a claim which executives of Allana refute. Following the acquisition of Allana Potash, ICL applied to the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas to transfer the mining license of Allana to ICL. While the ministry was evaluating the request made by Allana Potash Afar, a unit of ICL was allowed to continue the mine development work. Before the mining license transfer was made the Ethiopian Revenues and Customs Authority (ERCA) claimed Allana Potash Afar to pay some 55 million dollars in tax. The tax claim includes the withholding and VAT tax arrears, which was supposed to be paid by Allana, and capital gain tax for the acquisition of Allana. ICL rejected the tax claim and subsequently the board of ICL decided to terminate the potash project. In a statement issued in October 2016, the board stated that Allana Potash Afar was unable to carry out its work due to the obstacles posed by the Ethiopian government. “The board has taken this decision in view of the Ethiopian government’s failure to provide the necessary infrastructure and regulatory framework for the project and follows the Ethiopian tax authority’s rejection of Allana Afar’s appeal regarding the unjustified and illegal tax assessment which Allana Afar has declined to pay. In particular, as already notified to the government, Ethiopia’s acts and missions have been in breach of, inter alia, the protections to which the investment is entitled under an international investment treaty,” the company’s statement read.

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  • Hillary Emails Reveal NATO Killed Gaddafi to Stop Libyan Creation of Gold-Backed Currency

    As many “conspiracy theorists” will claim, one of the real reasons to go to Libya was Gaddafi’s planned gold dinar.
     One of the 3,000 Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department on New Year’s Eve (where real news is sent to die quietly) has revealed evidence that NATO’s plot to overthrow Gaddafi was fueled by first their desire to quash the gold-backed African currency, and second the Libyan oil reserves.

     The email in question was sent to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by her unofficial adviser Sydney Blumenthal titled “France’s client and Qaddafi’s gold”.

    The email identifies French President Nicholas Sarkozy as leading the attack on Libya with five specific purposes in mind: to obtain Libyan oil, ensure French influence in the region, increase Sarkozy’s reputation domestically, assert French military power, and to prevent Gaddafi’s influence in what is considered “Francophone Africa.”

     
    Most astounding is the lengthy section delineating the huge threat that Gaddafi’s gold and silver reserves, estimated at “143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver,” posed to the French franc (CFA) circulating as a prime African currency.
     
    And here is the section of the email proving that NATO had ulterior motives for destroying Libya (UPDATE: The link has since been killed, but here is the web cache):
     
    This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French franc (CFA).
     
    According to knowledgeable individuals this quantity of gold and silver is valued at more than $7 billion.
     
    French intelligence officers discovered this plan shortly after the current rebellion began, and this was one of the factors that influenced President Nicolas Sarkozy’s decision to commit France to the attack on Libya.
     
     
    According to these individuals Sarkozy’s plans are driven by the following issues:
     
    a. A desire to gain a greater share of Libya oil production,
     b. Increase French influence in North Africa,
     c. Improve his internal political situation in France,
     d. Provide the French military with an opportunity to reassert its position in the world,
     e. Address the concern of his advisors over Qaddafi’s long term plans to supplant France as the dominant power in Francophone Africa
     
     Ergo as soon as French intel discovered Gaddafi’s dinar plans, they decided to spearhead the campaign against him- having accumulated enough good reasons to take over.
     
    Sadly, Gaddafi had earlier warned Europe (in a “prophetic” phone conversations with Blair) that his fall would prompt the rise of Islamic extremism in the West. A warning that would go unheeded; what’s a few lives in France and Libya, if the larger goal lines the pockets of politicians and the elite so much better after all?
     
     
     

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