She wrote: 'A young woman named Breonna Taylor goes to sleep, just as she’s done every night before, but she doesn’t live to see the morning because a police raid turns horribly wrong. George Floyd leaves a convenience store, not realizing he will take his last breath under the weight of someone’s knee, and in his final moments, calls out for his mom. Peaceful protests become violent. Health rapidly shifts to sickness. In places where there was once community, there is now division. … [Read more...] about ‘I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second’: Meghan Markle reveals miscarriage in article for New York Times and how she watched tearful Harry’s ‘heart break’
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Good dad: Laura jumps in a pool wearing a bridal headband, the kids holding balloons and Laura and Felix smiling at one another are intertwined with scenes from their dinner that the plan to tail him developed … [Read more...] about Bill Murray reunites with writer/director Sofia Coppola in her new film On The Rocks… as he plays father to Rashida Jones in comedy-drama that has them tailing her husband across NYC
He told Spanish TV station El Chiringuito: "Mourinho impressed me a lot. Since I was kid I really liked him, I like his intensity in training. … [Read more...] about Mourinho forks out £500 for leg of ham for Reguilon after Tottenham star kept Mahrez quiet in win over Man City
'I think she's a wonderful, smart person, and she's handled the situation really, really well,' Bloomberg told the Times. 'At the end of the day it's her father, and she's very quick to get a lot of criticism that she doesn't deserve.' … [Read more...] about Javanaka’s escape from DC…. to New Jersey: Couple eye swift exit to cottage on Trump’s Bedminster golf course as they face up to exile from NYC’s social scene
Closer zoom AllAfrica’s Liberia portal aggregates news from Monrovia’s many newspapers and is as good a starting point as any to dive into local politics and culture. FrontPageAfrica stands out for its investigative journalism and willingness to tackle controversial subjects. If you find yourself in the city, look out for The Daily Talk, a news bulletin published only on a blackboard in the centre of town. … [Read more...] about Monrovia in the spotlight: can this fragile city ever really replace ‘Ma Ellen’?