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    Mexico Bodies Found: Remains Of 167 People Discovered In Cave

    Mexican authorities have found the remains of 167 people in a southern Mexican cave, and forensic experts believe the remains are at least 50 years old, according to a statement from Chiapas state prosecutors. The statement released Saturday said the remains were found Friday on the Nuevo Ojo de Agua ranch in an area frequently used by Central American migrants traveling north. The statement said there were no visible signs of violence on the remains, which "break easily." The statement said authorities will "not discard any line of investigation." The remains were discovered stacked atop each other in the cave, said a prosecutor's office employee who was not authorized to release information and asked not to be identified. The remains have been moved to the state capital of Tuxtla Gutierrez for examination, the employee said.

    As Katy Perry is hard at work, her husband Russell Brand enlists supermodel Cindy Crawford and sex symbol Sharon Stone to keep him company

    She is one of the most popular singers in the world and he is cementing his place in Hollywood so they're busy schedules mean they' don't get to spend much time together.
    But Russell Brand seemed to have no problem finding a female companion to keep him company while his wife Katy Perry was hard at work in Brazil.
    And who better to fill her place than an international supermodel.
    Work and play: Katy Perry rehearsed for the Rock In Rio concert in Brazil yesterday while her husband cosied up to supermodel Russell rand at a party in Los Angeles   Work and play: Katy Perry rehearsed for the Rock In Rio concert in Brazil yesterday while her husband cosied up to supermodel Russell rand at a party in Los Angeles
    Work and play: Katy Perry rehearsed for the Rock In Rio concert in Brazil yesterday while her husband Russell Brand cosied up to supermodel Cindy Crawford at a party in Los Angeles
    The Get Him To The Greek star, 36, smiled broadly as he posed with Cindy Crawford.

    And in case the 45-year-old wasn't enough woman for him, Russell enlisted the company of ageless sex symbol Sharon Stone, 54.
    Celebrity friends: The pair were at the premiere of Mexico: The Royal Tour which sees CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg visiting memorable destinations with that nation's leader
    Celebrity friends: The pair were at the premiere of Mexico: The Royal Tour which sees CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg visiting memorable destinations with that nation's leader

    Moving on to a blonde: Russell also posed animatedly with seductive actress Sharon Stone, 53
    Moving on to a blonde: Russell also posed animatedly with seductive actress Sharon Stone, 53
    Moving on to a blonde: Russell also posed animatedly with seductive actress Sharon Stone, 53

    They were at the premiere for Mexico: The Royal Tour at luxury resort JW Marriot in Los Angeles.
    The show sees CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg visiting memorable destinations with that nation's leader.
    But Russell looked as though he misread the dress code, exposing his arms in a waistcoat.
    Our idol: What was supposed to be a relaxing dinner with friends after rehearsals turned into a fan frenzy but ever-the-professional Katy posed with the excited girls
    Our idol: What was supposed to be a relaxing dinner with friends after rehearsals turned into a fan frenzy but ever-the-professional Katy posed with the excited girls

    Mayan Warrior Sculptures Discovered In Mexico

    Mexican archaeologists have found two 1,300-year-old limestone sculptures of captured Mayan warriors that they say could shed light on the alliances and wars among Mayan cities during the civilization's twilight. (Scroll down for photos)
    The life-size, elaborate sculptures of two warriors sitting cross-legged with hands tied behind their backs were found in May in the archaeological site of Tonina in southern Chiapas state along with two stone ballgame scoreboards.
    The 5-foot (1.5-meter) tall sculptures have hieroglyphic inscriptions on their loincloths and chest that say the warriors belonged to the city of Copan, archaeologist Juan Yadeun said in a news release Wednesday.
    Yadeun said the discovery proves warriors from Copan helped those in Palenque during the city's' 26-year war against Tonina for control of the Usumacinta river.


    It'll be wall-to-wall billionaires and bling at this week's Monaco nuptials of Prince Albert to Charlene: The royal wedding that puts Kate's in the shade!

    Good news for those who have been craving some more royal wedding glitter. There’s another one this weekend.
    It’s the event many thought would never happen: the marriage of Prince Albert of Monaco, the 53-year-old bachelor head of state of the tiny but rich principality on the Cote D’Azur, and Charlene Wittstock, a South African Olympic swimmer 20 years his junior.
    Glamour: Charlene Wittstock marries Prince Albert this week in a lavish wedding that is set to make Kate and William's look like a village fete in comparison
    The Grimaldi family has ruled Monaco for more than 800 years, and has featured on the global glamour map ever since Hollywood arrived in the form of the last bride to marry into the family, Prince Albert’s mother Grace Kelly.

    Prince Albert and South African former swimmer Charlene Wittstock in a picture released a year ago to mark their engagementThe state may be small, but the event will be extravagant. This being Monaco, a tax haven where you are practically imprisoned for understated dressing, chances are the guests’ jewellery and couture alone will make the Windsor effort look like the Middletons’ village fete.
    Guests are already docking their yachts in the harbour, and knocking back Cristal champagne on the decks. Those trying to book landing space for private jets at Nice airport have been denied permission unless they can prove they have been invited to the wedding.

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