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Donald Trump Leaves Wife Melania Out in the Rain — And More Awkward Moments for the First Couple
On Monday, PresidentDonald Trump, 72, was caught on camera holding an umbrella over his own head — and leaving his wife Melania Trump, 48, uncovered out in the rain. The president had darted off to talk to a group of reporters about his wife’s
Ariane 5 rocket’s red glare kicks off BepiColombo’s marathon mission to Mercury
An Ariane 5 rocket rises from its launch pad in Kourou, French Guiana, sending the BepiColombo probe on the first leg of its journey to Mercury. (Arianespace via YouTube)A mission to the planet Mercury got off to a flashy start with tonight’s launch of an Ariane 5 heavy-lift rocket, but there’s a lo
Alys Fowler’s gardening column: how to grow peas over winter
Many people know to sow sweet peas in autumn for the earliest displays, but too few do the same thing for peas. It is quite possible to sow peas now until the beginning of November to get them established before the worst of winter. Then, with a little protection over the darkest month, they will ar
How does Giorgio Armani spend his US$9 billion fortune?
Giorgio Armani, the co-founder and sole owner of fashion house Armani, is worth US$8.8 billion, according toForbes.
Wentworth By-Election: First Booth Is In, Records Huge Swing Against The Liberals - New Matilda
Less than 400 votes have been counted in today’s Wentworth by-election, but already, a huge swing appears to be on against the Liberals.
Protesters to march on Westminster demanding a 'People's Vote' over Brexit
Celebrity cook Delia Smith, Dragons’ Den businesswoman Deborah Meaden and London Mayor Sadiq Khan are among the speakers at the event, which is being compered by broadcasters Richard Bacon and Mariella Frostrup.
Ouagadougou: opening of youth centre | Africanews
France has reiterated its readiness to counter rising terrorism in Burkina Faso.French Foreign Minister, and his Burkinabe counterpart Alpha Barry on Friday inaugurated La Ruche, a youth centre announced by Emmanuel Macron.He gave a reassurance over the weekend in the capital Ouagadougou during a me
Migrants camp on bridge between Guatemala and Mexico as US pressure mounts - France 24
The caravan of mainly Honduran migrants, whose journey has triggered escalating anti-immigrant rhetoric from US President Donald Trump, on Friday surged through a series of police lines and barricades up to the fence on Mexico's southern border.
Wentworth byelection: polls set to close with Liberals fearing loss – politics live
Here we are, in this very position because of self sabotage of the Liberal party: removing the former prime ministerMalcolm Turnbullfor no clear reason, distracted by a self serving rump led byTony Abbott, making crazy deepglobally significant policy decisions like moving the Israel embassy on the r
French MP proposes 'glottophobia' law after far-left leader mocks southern accent - France 24
In an exchange widely relayed on media and social networks, Mélenchon mimicked the journalist's accent and told her she was "talking nonsense" before turning away and saying: "Has anyone got a question in more or less comprehensible French?"
Visas for trips to France?
According to a draft bill published by the French Senate, unless emergency measures are implemented, Britain would become a ‘third country’ in the event of a ‘hard Brexit’ and British nationals would therefore need to apply for a visa before stepping foot in the country.It also states that those who
Putin and Trump may meet in France or Agrentine in November — administration official
WASHINGTON, October 20. /TASS/. US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin may meet in Paris or Buenos Aires in November, a senior administration official said in response to a TASS question at a meeting with reporters on Friday.
Nothing is Forgiven
Vincent Coen and Guillaume Vandenberghe2018 | 61 minsCountry of Production: FranceCountries Featured: Belgium, France, MoroccoNew York Premiere
Snøhetta selected to renovate Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers in France
In another competition win announced this week, Snøhetta was selected to renovate the historic Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers in Nanterre, France. The avant-garde theater was first established in the late 1960s and its current building first opened in 1976. So far, Snøhetta has released only two renderi
Worried Britons to rally for new Brexit vote
"They now want a second referendum to go back to the British people and say 'Oh, we're terribly sorry -- we think you've got it wrong,'" May told parliament on Wednesday.
Why are Arab leaders silent over Khashoggi’s disappearance? | Jamal Khashoggi News - Travafix
Saudi journalistJamal Khashoggi’sdisappearance and his possible killing has gripped world’s attention, but the Arab leaders have chosen to remain silent.For more thantwo weeks, there has been no trace of Khashoggi, who was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.United States
Trump says it appears Khashoggi is dead and consequences could be ‘severe’
Trump said 'it certainly looks that way' after briefing, ending administration's refusal to discuss journalist Donald Trump has said he presumes that Jamal Khashoggi is dead and that the consequences for Saudi Arabia could be "very severe" if its leaders are found to have ordered the dissident jour
Myanmar's Hindu refugees mark festival in Bangladesh camp
"I forgot when was the last time we had such a great Puja (prayer ritual). I am seeing my kids' happy faces... I am very happy," Suma Paul, a Hindu refugee, said as she cried happy tears.
Pamela Anderson on crutches after dancing injury
Dancing partner Maxime Dereymez had to carry the actress to her car and then to her hotel room after she could no longer dance through the pain.Pamela Anderson is hobbling around on crutches after injuring her ankle during rehearsals on the French TV competition show Danse Avec Les Stars (Dancing wi
Old suspicions resurface as Afghans vote in parliamentary polls - France 24
© Omar Sobhani, Reuters | An Afghan policeman stands guard at a checkpoint ahead of parliamentary elections in Kabul, Afghanistan.