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research lab but not allm 2015 I discovered tigers in Far Cry 4 are as deft at jumping impossible distances as the domestic cats I’ve owned when it comes to clambering up kitchen larders or you’ll hook that by accident and find yourself angling all the way back to the ground in a blink Ehrenreich may not be a household name yet he could be soon but he has a superlative filmography in 2001” A spokeswoman for E which is home to Jenner’s long-time reality show Keeping Up with Kardashians declined to comment on the reports which suggest the reality series will focus on Jenner’s personal “journey” But Kim Kardashian seemed to hint that her dad may soon have something to share about his personal life While speaking to ET about her upcoming Super Bowl commercial Kardashian said that Jenner “is the happiest I’ve ever seen him” and “when the time is right he’ll talk about whatever he wants to talk about” “I will say that I think Bruce should tell his story his way” Kardashian continued “I think everyone goes through things in life and I think that story and what Bruce is going through I think he’ll share whenever the time is right” PEOPLE has confirmed that Jenner had been trying to shop his own reality show that was supposed to focus on his sons and his life in Malibu but no one was interested Jenner meanwhile will appear in the 10th season of KUWTK that will return in the spring With reporting from AILI NAHAS and PERNILLA CEDENHEIM This article originally appeared on PEOPLEcom Contact us at [email protected] public debate is unfolding in Egypt about whether to expand the countrys role in military invention against Houthi rebels in Yemen creating a political predicament that could undermine the Saudi-led campaign to support the government Egypt said it would join the coalition that is bombing Yemen to combat the Houthis and the forces loyal to Yemens former President Ali Abdullah Saleh Egypt sent naval vessels to Yemens coast and Egyptian officials have said that a ground assault was planned But now there are signs that public anxiety is creating a dilemma for Egypts President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi who must balance the concerns of a public worried about domestic security and social problems and the pull of Saudi Arabia a close ally that has donated billions to Egypts government Looming large in the public consciousness is the legacy of Egypts invasion of Yemen in 1962 and five years of fighting in which more than 10000 Egyptian soldiers died The war is remembered as a disaster which partially contributed to Egypts 1967 defeat by Israel in the Six-Day War In 1967 Egypt had some 70000 troops in Yemen and many Egyptians see Yemen as Egypts Vietnam The memory of Egypts war in Yemen has been resurrected in recent weeks by skeptical pundits newspaper columnists and political parties who oppose sending troops Among the critics of intervention is Mohamed Hassanein Heikal a commentator and confidant of the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser who ordered the 1962 invasion "We shouldnt jump to war" he said on TV this month "Yemen is a sleeping volcano south of the Arabian Peninsula If it erupts it will sweep the entire region" President al-Sisi responded to critics on April 4 saying that Egypts current role in the Saudi-led campaign could not be compared with the 1962 invasion saying he cared for "every drop of blood and every son of this country" The debate could complicate the calculations of Saudi officials At the outset of the assault on Yemen Saudi Arabia touted the participation of 10 countries in the coalition That message was dealt a setback last week when Pakistans parliament voted against joining the intervention The Pakistani decision in turn was front-page news in Egypt "This all puts the Saudi position in quite a quandary if they intended something far more muscular because they were clearly trying to rely on subcontractors so to speak" said Yezid Sayigh a senior associate at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut He added the Saudis are now faced with the prospect that "unless they were willing to put their own army on the ground then they have no ground option" Saudi Arabias Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud met President al-Sisi on Tuesday They discussed the Yemen crisis and the two agreed on "a major strategic military maneuver on Saudi territory" But no announcement was made about a commitment of Egyptian troops to Yemen The Yemen debate also comes when Egypts military and security forces are battling an insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula and facing a steady string of bombs and armed attacks in Cairo and other cities On Sunday alone 13 people were killed in two separate bomb attacks in north Sinai "Its been a bad couple of days in Sinai and that magnifies the anxieties because youre going off to tend to this foreign engagement at a time when youve got perhaps containable but mounting problems at home" said Michael Hanna a fellow at the Century Foundation in New York City In Egypts polarized political context some commentators dismiss the concerns about the operation in Yemen as speculation "It’s very uninformed anxiety because there’s no comparison to the intervention that happened during the glory of the Nasser years" says Hisham Kassem the former publisher of the privately owned newspaper al-Masry al-Youm "None of us is in a position to speak about the military operation itself" “Egypt is not really participating" says retired Egyptian Brigadier General Safwat al-Zayat "The planning was Saudi-American Saudi Arabia will decide with American consultation who will participate and at what level" Khaled Fahmy a professor of history at the American University in Cairo said the current debate in Egypt contrasted with the political situation in Egypt during the last Yemen war in the 1960s "Back in the ’60s when Nasser sent Egyptian troops to Yemen no one expressed any anxiety There was no debate" he said "Now in Egypt in spite of the fact we dont have a sitting parliament people are writing People are talking so much so that the President had to allay these fears" The recent signs of dissent also come in the wake of a sweeping state clampdown on political opponents following the militarys removal of elected President Mohamed Morsi in July 2013 Morsis presidency and his removal left the public deeply divided with many backing the military "This is the kind of situation where they [the state] could face very real public disgruntlement and dissent There are very few issues that could produce that kind of reaction This seems like one" said Hanna "There has been an interesting level of questioning That hasnt been the case in the past year and a half" Contact us at [email protected] is preparing a docu-series for E Rob VerhorstRedferns/Getty Images Justin Bieber performs onstage during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 live show at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast in 2010 p-Xylenes (92%) simpler way to improve air quality Read more: The 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time A decade after its original debut a hub for startupsC due to the highly politicized environment in the nation’s capital The motion for change of venue will be the second by Manafort after a failed attempt to move his first trial which concluded last week in Alexandria Virginia with a string of convictions to farther away from the Washington area on similar grounds Judge Amy Berman Jackson who is presiding over the second criminal case against Manafort in a federal court in Washington said she would entertain the motion but said she believed a jury could be found in the capital to give him a fair trial "This jurisdiction has had very high profile cases before" Jackson said at a hearing on Tuesday "I’d like to believe that is still possible" Manafort a longtime Washington lobbyist and consultant faces seven criminal counts in the upcoming trial including allegations of money laundering obstruction of justice and failing to register as a foreign agent for his work on behalf of pro-Russian politicians from Ukraine The Virginia jury last week found him guilty on eight criminal counts of tax and bank fraud and failing to declare his foreign bank accounts That trial was the first resulting from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election Manafort worked for Republican Donald Trump’s successful campaign for several months including serving as chairman JURY SELECTION SET FOR SEPT 17 Berman said jury selection for the second trial would start on Sept 17 and set opening statements for Sept 24 – a scheduling tweak she said was aimed in part at appeasing Manafort’s lawyers who had requested a week delay in the trial’s start date of Sept 17 The move came after an earlier bench conference in which Kevin Downing one of Manafort’s lawyers could be heard complaining to the judge about the time pressure they were under The conference was supposed to be inaudible to attendees in the courtroom thanks to a white-noise machine "We don’t have the resources" Downing said "We just finished a trial last week" Also on Tuesday Jackson approved the prosecution’s request to allow evidence about Justice Department inspections in the 1980’s that found Manafort’s had failed to disclose lobbying activities for foreign governments – one way the government planned to show that Manafort knowingly broke the law But she said she would limit the scope of what it can show Jackson said she was concerned the evidence was dated and noted that Manafort was not charged with a crime in those instances She said some communications would be admissible but asked both sides to come up with a stipulation on how Manafort was notified about lobbying disclosure regulations in the past in a way that would not prejudice the jury Mueller’s investigation which Trump denounces as a witch hunt has resulted in several indictments guilty pleas and immunity deals When Manafort was convicted last week Trump said he felt badly for him and said he had "respect for a brave man" (Reporting by Nathan Layne in Washington; Editing by Bill Trott) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feedDonald Trump has captivated Americaand Google has the map to prove it according to the BBC Other factors that can cause your hair to change pigment" said Ivan Gazidis, and transgender" people in Indonesia. 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