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Miss Philippines Crowned as Miss World 2013
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  • Miss Philippines, Megan Young, were crowned the
    winner of Saturday night's Miss World 2013
    contest at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centre in
    Indonesia.
  • The 23-year-old said "I promise to be the best
    Miss World ever,. She was crowned by last year's
    winner, Wenxia Yu. Young, who was born in the
    United States, beat out 126 other women competing
    for the crown in the 63rd annual pageant. The
    brunette beauty moved to the Philippines when she
    was 10 years old and has been living there since,
    working as an actress and television host.

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  • Miss France, Marine Lorphelin, 20, placed second
    and 22-year-old Miss Ghana, Carranzar Naa Okailey
    Shooter, came in third.
  • The Today World News is that the 2013 Miss World
    pageant was primarily slated to be held in the
    Indonesian capital, Jakarta, but was moved to the
    resort island of Bali amid safety concerns.
    Police said there were no demonstrations or
    protests during the pageant, where security was
    heightened in fear of an attack.

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  • Leading up the pageant, the Islamic Defenders'
    Front staged protests over the revealing (in
    their opinion) clothing worn during Miss World
    pageants. Islamic protesters criticized the
    pageant, calling it insulting to have women
    wearing bikinis and form-fitting evening outfit
    in Indonesia, the most populous mostly Muslim
    nation in the world.
  • The Jakarta Post said groups were calling for the
    government to entirely shut down the competition,
    but instead, moved it to Bali three weeks ago.

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