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Day: March 31, 2018

Why Melania Trump always open her mouth while poses
America, Featured

Why Melania Trump always open her mouth while poses

    It’s 2018, and selfie is an actual word in the dictionary so it’s safe to say you likely have a preferred method for posing for the camera. Maybe you’re the friend who prefers the left of the group pic to show off your good side, or maybe you’re a firm believer in Tyra Banks’s smizing philosophy. For Melania Trump Melania Trump, it’s all about the fish gape. At least that’s what we noticed after analyzing photos of her public appearances over the past 15 years. Regularly used by celebrities on the red carpet, the fish gape is a facial pose where the top and bottom lips are ever-so-slightly pursed and separated. It gets its nickname because it slightly resembles the mouth shape of, say, your first pet goldfish. Shockingly, it happens to be one of the more flatterin...
Aeroflot plane searched in London Russia claims
Featured, London

Aeroflot plane searched in London Russia claims

    Russia claims UK authorities searched one of their planes at a London airport in what they called the latest provocation. The Metropolitan police denied the force had inspected an airbus that had landed at Heathrow having departed from Moscow. It said: We are aware of a story circulating on social media. Please be advised that Metropolitan Police are not conducting a search of an Airbus inbound from Moscow at Heathrow. Russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said British authorities did not state a reason for the search of the Aeroflot plane, which she called the latest provocation. The Russian Embassy in the UK said in a statement: Today, we have witnessed another blatant provocation by the British authorities. Border Force and Customs officers hav...
Isis Beatles attack British government for revoking citizenship
Arab world, Featured

Isis Beatles attack British government for revoking citizenship

    A member loyal to the Isis waves an Isis flag in Raqqa Two British Isis fighters dubbed the Beatles linked to string of brutal killings have attacked the Government after being stripped of their UK citizenship. In an astonishing interview from their cell in Syria, Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh described the execution of hostages as regrettable. Their capture sparked a row over whether they should be returned to the UK for trial or tried where their alleged crimes were committed. Elsheikh told AP the illegal revocation of the pair's citizenship exposes them to rendition and torture. When you have these two guys who don't even have any citizenship... if we just disappear one day, where is my mum going to go and say where is my son. He added they could also ...
Teachers sexually harassed or bullied at school: General Secretary of NASUWT
Featured, United Kingdom

Teachers sexually harassed or bullied at school: General Secretary of NASUWT

    Sexual harassment and workplace bullying among teachers is rife, according to a new study. A poll issued by the NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers) found 81 per cent of teachers had suffered sexual harassment or bullying in the workplace. One in five (20 per cent) said they had been sexually harassed at school by a colleague, manager, parent or pupil since becoming a teacher. Over half (51 per cent) have been subjected to inappropriate comments about sex, and 21 per cent have been sexually propositioned. The figures were released as the NASUWT met for its annual conference in Birmingham on Saturday. Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, said: Whilst the scale of the sexual harassment is deeply disturbing, equally di...
Russia demands visit to poisoned spy daughter
Featured, United Kingdom

Russia demands visit to poisoned spy daughter

    The Kremlin is demanding to see Yulia Skripal in hospital after it was revealed she is awake and talking. The daughter of ex-spy Sergei Skripal is improving rapidly after being poisoned with a nerve agent. The Russian government tweeted: Good news. We insist on the right to see her. At least one family member has applied for a UK visa and is expected to travel to visit Yulia, 33. Cousin Natalia, 65, said the family was overjoyed at news that her life is no longer in danger and that she is conscious and talking. Dad Sergei, 66, remains in a coma, four weeks after the pair were found collapsed in Salisbury, Wilts. Although it was feared they could never recover, but Dr Christine Blanshard, medical director for Salisbury District Hospital, said yesterday that Yulia...