Married At First Sight's Jules Robinson dumped Melissa Lucarelli as her bridesmaid over fears she was leaking information to the media. Sources tell Daily Mail Australia that Jules, 37, began to 'distance herself' from Melissa, 38, several months ago due to her growing suspicious. 'When stories started running in magazines and paparazzi would appear out of nowhere, Jules started suspecting Melissa was the weak link,' said the insider. Mystery solved! Married At First Sight's Jules Robinson (left) dumped Melissa Lucarelli (right) as her bridesmaid over fears she was leaking information to the media The source added: 'Jules never had any evidence to support this theory, but it was enough for her to keep her distance for a while. 'By the time she dumped Melissa as a bridesmaid via text message, they hadn't really seen each other for months.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The staggering cost of Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant's... A Current Affair's ratings … [Read more...] about Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: The REAL reason Jules Robinson dumped Melissa Lucarelli as a bridesmaid just weeks before her televised wedding
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After making his first appearance in first-team training for Barcelona, Ansu Fati took to Instagram to caption a photo: 'Dreams come true'. Less than a week later and the 16-year-old must be on cloud nine. On Sunday, Fati made his La Liga debut as he came off the bench to rapturous applause at the Nou Camp with 78 minutes played of Barcelona's 5-2 win over Real Betis. His reward in the player's tunnel after the final whistle? A hug from one of the greatest footballers to ever take to the pitch, Lionel Messi. What more could Fati have asked for on a "magical" Sunday evening? At the age of just 16 years, nine months and 25 days, he became the second youngest league debutant in Barcelona history - defender Vicente Martinez was 18 days his junior when he took his bow in 1941. In 2002, Ansu Fati was born in the west African country of Guinea-Bissau. He also owns a Spanish passport and since 2013 the left winger has been honing his skills while on the books at Barca's academy and … [Read more...] about Football’s top talents: What awaits Ansu Fati?
Sacha Baron Cohen blasted Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday, saying that if his social network was around during the 1930s, he would have allowed Hitler to post ads targeting the Jews. The British actor-comedian also took aim at the heads of tech giants Google and Twitter on Thursday for acting as ‘the greatest propaganda machine in history’ for hate groups while allowing fake news to overtake real news. Cohen slammed the social media sites and search engines for ‘facilitating...all this hate and violence’ that has led to ‘surging’ hate crimes and a rise in ‘murderous attacks on religious and ethnic minorities.’ ‘All this hate and violence is being facilitated by a handful of internet companies that amount to the greatest propaganda machine in history,’ the Borat star said during his keynote address before the Anti-Defamation League in New York on Thursday. Sacha Baron Cohen (left) slammed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg … [Read more...] about ‘If Facebook were around in 1930s, Hitler would have been allowed to post ads against the Jews’: Sacha Baron Cohen slams Mark Zuckerberg for not fact-checking political ads while calling out tech companies for being ‘greatest propaganda machine for hate’
"We have to banish violence as a way of doing politics. They cannot keep killing us because we have different ideas," says Cristian Delgado. He has faced threats for his activism since he was a student leader over a decade ago. "In Colombia, you are at risk for such a thing as defending public education." The peace deal that the government signed with the country's largest rebel group, the FARC, in November 2016 promised activism would be a safe endeavor. However, some 300 social leaders and human rights defenders have been killed since then, according to figures collected by Marcha Patriotica, a social and political movement where Delgado is a human rights coordinator. The members of the organization appear frequently on the list of victims. Many have been killed because they went against the interests of organized crime or the powerful rural elite. They championed the substitution of coca — the raw ingredient for cocaine — and the return of land grabbed … [Read more...] about In Colombia, it’s dangerous to be left wing
"I am convinced that Venezuelan refugees will become the most important domestic issue after the elections," Hubert Gehring, head of the of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation's (KAS) Bogota office, told DW. More than the peace treaty with FARC that was signed one and a half years ago, the country's refugee crisis has been a central issue in the election campaign leading up to Sunday's vote, he explained. Other significant topics have included security, education, health care and the economy. According to the Colombian immigration authority "Migracion Colombia," more than 800,000 Venezuelans are currently in Colombia. The number of border crossings once again increased by 40 percent shortly before the elections in Venezuela on May 20. Welcome, and then what? Gehring believes there is a parallel between the situation in Colombia and the development of Germany's refugee policy. "In 2017, Colombia was similar to Germany in 2015. It started with a culture of welcome," he said. But since then, … [Read more...] about Colombia’s refugee crisis a major issue as nation goes to the polls