EVER since we saw pictures of Swifty and Tom Hiddleston strolling along the beach in matching jackets, we couldn’t help but notice…This isn’t the first time the Shake It off singer has adapted her wardrobe to suit her boyfriend. Tom Hiddleston Dating: June 2016-present Style: British country and quirky casualThe Internet has been melting in the weeks since it was revealed that Taylor Swift, 26, is dating actor Tom Hiddleston, 35.Most pictures of the pair that have emerged show them cuddling up on a beach; her in over-sized jumpers, jeans and the same navy blue Barbour-style jacket as her new beau.Since they’ve been hitting the streets of Rome they’ve both smartened up and, just like Tom, Taylor has opted to wear a white shirt and grey shoes.They’ve even got matching RayBans sunnies! Calvin Harris Dated: February 2015 – June 206 Style: Chic, classic and sexy.When she dated superstar producer and DJ, Calvin, 32 Taylor’s outfits … [Read more...] about From British country clothing to 1950s prom queen dresses… Taylor Swift’s changing style to suit her new man
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STEPHANIE Davis has finally unveiled her son to the world - but for many fans, they were more interested to know his name than see his face.Appearing on the cover of this week's OK! Magazine, the 23-year-old gently cradles little Caben-Albi George.The adorable tot - whose dad might be Jeremy McConnell or Love Island shagger Josh Ritchie - nuzzles up to his mum in the stunning shoot. But although fans have been left scrutinising the baby's face to see which reality star he best resembles, they've also been asking just where she got that name from.The new mum and former Hollyoaks actor had previously been really vocal about how she would name her first born after her dead grandad.However, after a few days in Jersey she did a bit of a U-turn and revealed she was going to name the baby after a 'random lad'.Back in August, a few months after revealing she was pregnant via a promptly deleted comment on her ex's Instagram, Steph jetted off for a fun girls' holiday.While away, she explained … [Read more...] about Did Stephanie Davis REALLY name her son Caben-Albi after a man who ‘chatted her up when she was pregnant’?
In one of the most devastating attacks on a United Nations facility in recent memory, a bomb killed at least 20 people and injured scores more at the U.N. compound in Baghdad on Tuesday. Just as it appeared the United States might grudgingly accept that the world body should play a greater role in the reconstruction of Iraq, the attack has delivered a devastating blow to U.N. efforts to help rebuild the war-torn country. Besides the high human cost, the death of U.N. Special Representative to Iraq Sergio Vieira de Mello and others who had come to Iraq to assist in the rebuilding of the country raises serious questions about the future involvement of the international community and support networks in the country. Condemning the blast and expressing anguish at the deaths, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said the United Nations no intention of pulling out of Iraq and that the Security Council would meet later in the day to discuss its next move. “I hope to see Iraq restored … [Read more...] about Blast Casts Shadow over U.N. Role in Iraq
The bedside reading of the man responsible for leading the drafting of the new European constitution was the biography of one of America's great political philosophers. The lawyer, thinker and one-time U.S. President John Adams was a champion of the 1776 Declaration of Independence, which set the United States on the path to the drafting of its first constitution ten years later. European Union Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing is nearing the completion of a similar political journey right now, heading a 105-member convention charged with drafting the document that will define an expanded Europe's future. In speeches, d'Estaing, a former French president, often invokes the work the U.S. draftsmen carried out in the hot summer of 1787. At the same time, the 77-year-old Frenchman makes clear that the relatively modest goals of the European Union are clearly different from the original intentions of the United States' founding fathers. "Our aims are not as grand as theirs: we … [Read more...] about A Little Bit of the U.S. in the Future EU?
Gunter Pleuger would prefer to be in the air, engaging in his favorite hobby as an amateur pilot. “The USA is a dream country for pilots,” he says. Instead, the 61-year-old is in New York to do his dream job -- as Germany’s Ambassador to the United Nations. But he has a tough job ahead of him. On Jan. 1, Pleuger will also represent his country on the U.N. Security Council, when Germany begins two years of participation as a non-permanent member of the body. A career diplomat A northern German from the town of Wismar, Plueger, joined the German Ministry Office in 1970 after completing a degree in law. He started off his diplomatic career with a first stint working in New York in Germany's U.N. mission for four years. He moved on to posts in New Delhi, Washington, Bonn and Berlin. All through his career, the U.N. and Europe have been mainstays. From 1993 to 1998, Pleuger headed the Foreign Ministry Directorate for U.N. Affairs. Pleuger is viewed by the German media as … [Read more...] about Profile: Berlin’s Man at the UN