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Day: October 23, 2019

Trump’s name removed from two New York ice rinks
America, Featured

Trump’s name removed from two New York ice rinks

    At two of President Trump’s oldest businesses a pair of ice rinks in Central Park, which Trump has run since the 1980s Trump Organization employees did something unusual in the past few weeks. They started removing the Trump name. Now, as skating season begins, the president’s name is gone from the boards around each rink where large red “TRUMP” signs once surrounded skaters. It is mostly gone from the desk where visitors rent skates: There, the white tarp used to hide the Trump name wasn’t quite big enough for the job, so a “T” still sticks out. And where the president’s name remains, it is largely relegated to the fine print. The welcome sign out front of one rink used to say “Trump” at the top; now the name is at the very bottom, under the phone number. “Operated...
Driver arrested after 39 bodies found in back of lorry in Essex
Featured, United Kingdom

Driver arrested after 39 bodies found in back of lorry in Essex

    Thirty-nine people, including a teenager, have been found dead inside a lorry container at an industrial park in Essex. Police were called by the ambulance service after the discovery at Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays at 1.40am. All 39 people were pronounced dead at the scene and the lorry driver, a 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. The vehicle is believed to have come from Bulgaria and entered the UK at Holyhead in north Wales on Saturday. Essex Police Chief Superintendent Andrew Mariner said: "This is a tragic incident where a large number of people have lost their lives. Our enquiries are ongoing to establish what has happened. "We are in the process of identifying the victims, however I anticipate that this ...
Meghan brings power to summit
Featured, London

Meghan brings power to summit

    Meghan Markle was without husband Prince Harry as she attended the official opening of the 2019 One Young World summit at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday night. The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex stunned in a midi purple dress and navy heels, while she wore her brunette hair down in glossy and bouncy waves. Meghan beamed as she walked through the audience at the event, which is described as a 'global forum for young leaders' and brought together 2,000 people from more than 190 countries. Meghan’s appearance at the event had been confirmed hours before by Meghan and Harry’s Instagram account, Sussex Royal. Alongside pictures of Meghan, a statement read: “The Duchess of Sussex will attend @OneYoungWorld opening ceremony this evening to continue her support...