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After a fiery overnight stand-off, some protesters try to leave but police react with tear gas.
Unusually, Gaza's rulers stayed out of the recent fighting, but the next time might be different.
It belonged to 19th Century leader Omar Saidou Tall who fought French imperial forces in Senegal.
The three children in eastern Germany were not hurt and alerted police about their find.
Others are feared missing after a suspension bridge collapsed on the River Tarn in the south-west.
President Piñera has acknowledged that police used "excessive force" when cracking down on protests.
It’s fair to say it’s not been a great few days for Prince Andrew, and, on Monday, it got even worse after he was accused of using the n-word in a conversation with a former British government adviser.
Rohan Silva, a key aide of former Prime Minister David Cameron, alleges that at a meeting in 2012, attended by himself and an unnamed royal aide, he asked the Queen’s second son whether the government department responsible for trade “could be doing a better job.”
He said the Duke of York responded: “Well, If you’ll pardon the expression, that really is the n***** in the woodpile.”
Bikram Choudhury became a self-made multimillionaire with “Bikram Yoga,” which was founded on 26 carefully-sequenced positions and performed in sweltering studios. Bikram claimed that, though he had learned his “hot yoga” craft under the tutelage of India’s Bishnu Charan Ghosh, his methods were uniquely his own, and that they’d helped him become a three-time national yoga champion in his native country. He said he’d subsequently brought his program to America on July 4, 1972, when a Honolulu session with President Richard Nixon earned him a green card. From there, he fashioned an empire that boasted numerous celebrities as clients, and earned Bikram—famous for instructing students while wearing nothing but a tiny black Speedo—national renown and wealth, replete with a fleet of luxury Bentleys and Rolls Royces.
It also netted him an army of acolytes who’d follow his every command—and, it turns out, would even tolerate the sexual assault and rape he perpetrated against them. Until, that is, they wouldn’t.
Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator (premiering Nov. 20 on Netflix) is a damning expose of Bikram and his movement, which director Eva Orner’s documentary reveals was nothing short of a cult led by a charismatic leader eager to exploit his environment’s carefully crafted power dynamics to devious ends. Through a strategic combination of psychological manipulation and professional intimidation, Bikram made sure that he was viewed by all as a veritable god capable of providing the keys to health, happiness and transcendence. Moreover, he let it be known that the only way to thrive in his field—and in his coveted presence—was to acquiesce to his whims, be it suffering endurance-test exhaustion and dehydration in his blazing-hot classes, the verbal abuse he dished out in uninhibited bursts, or the ugly advances he made to select women during late-night massage sessions in his home and hotel suites.
Scouted: This Neck Pillow I Found on Amazon Supported My Head and Neck So Well That I Bought Two ExtrasPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
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The world was passing me by. I was sitting as a passenger in my wife’s Toyota Corolla as we zipped along past dairy farms and cornfields. I was wearing earbuds and listening to a podcast about robots taking over the world. Then I fell asleep, mostly thanks to a neck pillow that seems like it was handed down from the gods of long car trips.
The J-Pillow isn’t just for your neck. It was designed by a former airline attendant and supports your neck, your chin, and your head. It sort of looks like you are wearing a child’s plush toy, and I think that might be the inspiration here: It’s plush and soft like a pillow, but it has enough support that it doesn’t feel squishy. The result is that you don’t feel like your head is resting against a couch cushion, but it three-pronged design kept my head and neck from bending over and bobbing along with every bump in the road.
You’ve spent days, weeks, and months trying to transform your eating habits. You’ve tried meal prepping and various popular diets, each one of them emphasizing eating certain food groups and foregoing others. You’ve followed all the rules, lost a bit of weight, and started to feel fresher, healthier, more energetic. Then, something happens. Maybe you get a cold or have to spend all week working late, prepping for a big presentation. And the first thing to go is that complicated diet that never really fit into your life, anyway. You slip back into unhealthy eating habits. Sure, you could stick to a diet when everything else was going right, but those perfect moments are rare and don’t last. And once they pass, that energetic feeling passes with them, and your weight yo-yo’s back up.
This scenario is so common that the details of it are bland, even boring. The thing people usually don’t talk about, though, is why this happens. It’s because despite taking on a big new pattern with these diets, you didn’t fundamentally change the shape of your life in a lasting way. Real lifestyle changes, especially big ones, need to happen incrementally and then be sustained over time.
The creators of the health/lifestyle app Noom have found that there are a myriad of healthy habit shifts that go into making the changes that will improve health in a significant, lasting way:
Ford unveils new ELECTRIC Mustang with an SUV body as it competes with Tesla and European automakersPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
The 2020 Ford Mustang Mach E is the first-ever expansion of the Mustang lineup since the classic sports car debuted 55 years years. Ford will continue offering the gasoline-powered version.
CBI director general Dame Carolyn Fairbairn warned that Labour's election plans for renationalisation would 'crack the foundations of our economy' if implemented.
Rohan Silva (pictured), who worked for David Cameron, has blasted the Duke of York and said he was left 'reeling at the prince's use of language' in meetings in 2011 and 2012.
Lauren Robertson re-watched Disney favourites - accusing most of them of 'portraying racist and exaggerated stereotypes'. The student, who studies at Aberdeen University said they were 'dodgy'.
Prince Andrew's decision to assent to trial by television in an interview with the BBC on Saturday night was torn apart by newspapers across the world.
EXCLUSIVE: British cruiserweight star Lawrence Okolie has been filmed sat with a gun in front of him at a table while partying in the United States in a video posted on Instagram.
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Russian troops took over the Kobani airfield in northern Syria last week, one day after U.S. troops moved out, according to a report.
The United States has warned its citizens to stay away from the lawless border state of Tamaulipas, assigning the area in Mexico the same alert level given to war-torn countries such as Afghanistan and Syria.
A stolen ring once belonging to the famed Irish writer Oscar Wilde has been recovered nearly 20 years after it was stolen from Britain’s Oxford University, according to reports.
Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday, commenting on widespread protests over the government’s decision to increase gasoline prices by 50 percent, denounced protesters who have attacked public property as “thugs.”
Hong Kong authorities on Monday stormed Polytechnic University where anti-government protesters have hunkered down for days amid violent clashes with police.
China has sailed an aircraft carrier fleet through the Taiwan Strait -- just days after a U.S. warship crossed the waterway -- in an apparent message to the self-ruled island and its allies ahead of the Asian nation's 2020 presidential election.
A 15-year-old girl was killed after a suspension bridge over a river in southwest France collapsed on Monday, causing a car, a truck and possibly a third vehicle to plunge into the water, local authorities said.
As anti-government protests continue in Iraq, demonstrators have once again set up barricades across key roads and bridges in the capital Baghdad and across the south as a general strike brought parts of the country to a standstill.
Pro-democracy demonstrators holed up in a Hong Kong university campus set the main entrance ablaze Monday to prevent surrounding police moving in, after officers warned they may use live rounds if confronted by deadly weapons.
Using comprehensive firsthand interviews, transcripts and court reports, a disturbing new book, "All the President’s Women", discovers at least 67 separate accusations of inappropriate behaviour, including 26 instances of unwanted sexual contact by US President Donald Trump.
The United States and European Union expressed solidarity Monday with Georgia’s anti-government protesters who took to the streets after the ruling party backtracked on promises of electoral reforms.
Hospitals across Lebanon are experiencing serious funding problems as a consequence of the current crisis as nationwide protests enter their second month. FRANCE 24’s Nadia Massih and Mohamed Farhat report from a hospital in Tyre.
Chaotic scenes on outskirts of campus, as hundreds remain trapped inside
Even by the standards of the five-month protest movement that has roiled Hong Kong, the scenes unfolding on the streets of the city this evening are remarkable.
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Thousands now marching towards @hongkongpolyu from Jordan to surround and outnumber the police in order to save the students inside from being sieged #antiELAB #AntiMaskLaw #HongKongProtests pic.twitter.com/SPFmBcabpr
Hundreds of protesters are dragging the cast iron furniture from an al fresco dining spot down onto the Hung Hom Bypass, slowly marching back to the spot where riot police are keeping them from the approach to PolyU. pic.twitter.com/qWz5wvabiw
On my way heading to @HongKongPolyU, #HongKong has once again filled with human chains in transporting different supplies towards the frontline, including local speciality #umbrellas, water and helmets. #HongKongProtests pic.twitter.com/hNhFCcCwIp
The UK Foreign Office has just issued this statement calling for police to grant protesters safe passage out of Hong Kong university campuses:
The UK is seriously concerned by the escalation in violence from both the protesters and the authorities around Hong Kong university campuses. It is vital that those who are injured are able to receive appropriate medical treatment, and that safe passage is made available for all those who wish to leave the area. We need to see an end to the violence, and for all sides to engage in meaningful political dialogue ahead of the district council elections on Sunday.Continue reading...
Rohan Silva says royal used word in 2012 conversation at Buckingham Palace
Prince Andrew has been accused of using the N-word in a conversation with a senior political aide, adding to the royal’s woes after his BBC Newsnight interview regarding his friendship with the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The claim was made Rohan Silva, a former aide to David Cameron, who met the prince at Buckingham Palace in 2012.Continue reading...
CBI told cancelling proposed reduction would save £6bn that could be spent on public services
Boris Johnson has told business leaders he will shelve a planned cut in corporation tax, claiming he would put £6bn into public services instead.
The prime minister used a speech at the CBI conference to say corporation tax will not be cut from 19% to 17%, and issued a plea for business leaders to show understanding about his priorities.Continue reading...
US president says potential Democratic rival is ‘somewhat better than that’ and urges North Korean leader to agree nuclear deal
Donald Trump has come to the defence of one of his potential rivals for the presidency, telling North Korea its recent description of Joe Biden as a “rabid dog” that should be “beaten to death” was a little unfair.
Trump’s criticism of Pyongyang – albeit via a half-hearted endorsement of Biden’s character – came amid attempts to resurrect stalled nuclear talks, with Trump imploring North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, to “get the deal done”, and the US and South Korea agreeing to postpone an annual air force drill the North routinely condemns as a rehearsal for an invasion.Continue reading...
Yandex agrees to corporate restructuring in move likely to increase government oversight
Yandex, the Russian search giant, has agreed to a corporate restructuring that will grant a veto over key company decisions – such as those covering the security of personal data and intellectual property – to a body with close government ties.
The decision to offer a “golden share” to the newly formed Public Interest Foundation (PIF) to “defend the country’s interests” is likely to increase Kremlin oversight of Yandex, Russia’s largest internet company.Continue reading...
Berliner Zeitung’s Holger Friedrich admits working for East German secret police
A German newspaper has been forced to launch an investigation into its new owner after it was revealed he had been an informer for the East German secret police, the Stasi.
The Berliner Zeitung, a centre-left daily founded in 1945, said that Holger Friedrich, who bought the ailing publication with his wife, Silke, this year, had promised the journalists his “full support and cooperation” in their efforts to investigate how involved Friedrich was with the Ministry for State Security, the intelligence arm of the communist East German regime.Continue reading...
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Former defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa was sworn in as Sri Lanka's President on Monday and appealed to minority Tamils and Muslims who voted against him for their support. Rajapaksa, who is credited with helping end the country's long civil war, comfortably won the presidential election. Chief Justice Jayantha Jayasuriya administered the oath of office to Rajapaksa.
Pakistan on Monday conducted a successful test launch of a surface-to-surface ballistic missile capable of delivering all types of warheads up to 650 km, said the military. As per Pakistani military's press release, the launch of Shaheen-I missile was held as part of a training exercise "aimed at testing the operational readiness of Army Strategic Forces Command".
Jim Jordan, told reporters yesterday, "I think, frankly, things are going well for the president." Maybe he was referring to some other president?
The president visited Walter Reed Medical Center on Saturday to undergo what he called 'phase one' of his annual physical. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg reversed his support of the controversial stop-and-frisk policy now that he is running for president in the 2020 race. MSNBC analyst Jonathan Lemire says, "He was not just a proponent of stop-and-frisk– he was almost
The 2018 election cycle was pretty brutal for Donald Trump. The 2019 election cycle was, by some measures, worse.
The second week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry begins Tuesday morning with Jennifer Williams, aide to Vice President Mike Pence, and Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. The panel discusses.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg is up sixteen points and leads the Democratic field in Iowa, according to new numbers from CNN/Des Moines Register. The panel discusses.
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The police offered protesters one way out of a besieged university campus, raining tear gas and rubber bullets on those who attempted to flee.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decision to send back foreign citizens who supported the Islamic State is handing Western Europe a problem it had hoped to avoid.
The Foreign Ministry said an article based on government records had smeared China’s war on terrorism, but did not dispute the documents’ authenticity.
Leaked spy cables reveal how Iran came to dominate the political and military spheres in Iraq. Here’s what the hundreds of documents tell us.
Uber has launched a bike share program in Rome, where potholes, vandalism, traffic and theft have defeated previous attempts.
The American businesswoman’s ties to the British prime minister have come under scrutiny.
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Police in Hong Kong have used tear gas and fired rubber bullets to drive back protesters trying to flee a university campus amid violent clashes in city.
A 15-year-old girl has died after a suspension bridge in Toulouse collapsed.
A 55-year-old man has become the third person to be diagnosed with a form of plague in China this month.
Disgraced rugby star Israel Folau has linked bushfires in New South Wales and drought to Australia's decision to legalise same-sex marriage and abortion.
All eyes have been on Venice after historic flooding of the city's most treasured and iconic locations, such as St Mark's Square.
Two chemistry professors in the US have been arrested on suspicion of making meth - a story similar to the hit TV show Breaking Bad.
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A group of planetary defense advocates is asking European governments to fund a mission to a near Earth asteroid, three years after a similar mission failed to win approval.
Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting said the transfer of space traffic management responsibilities can't happen until Commerce gets the necessary resources.
The 10-year contract is for operations and support of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency, Milstar and Defense Satellite Communications System constellations.
Exos Aerospace said the failed launch of a reusable suborbital sounding rocket last month was caused by a structural failure of the rocket shortly after liftoff.
NASA’s inspector general warned in a new report that, because of commercial crew delays, utilization of the International Space Station will drop sharply in 2020 and that NASA runs the risk of losing access entirely by next fall.
EchoStar has ordered two tiny S-band satellites from Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems to jumpstart a low-Earth-orbit constellation using spectrum gained through its October acquisition of IoT startup Helios Wire.
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President Trump came to the defense of his potential 2020 rival Joe Biden on Sunday, disputing a characterization of the former vice president as a “rabid dog” who “must be beaten to death with a stick.”
Massachusetts man arrested after son, 5, allegedly takes heroin to school and brags it makes him feel like Spider-ManPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner blamed "thugs" and "bullies" on Sunday for the violence that hit demonstrations the previous day marking marked the first anniversary of the anti-government "yellow vest" protests. "Yesterday, what we saw were few (legitimate) demonstrators but thugs, bullies and morons," Castaner told Europe 1 radio when asked about the violence in Paris on Saturday. Demonstrators torched cars and pelted police with stones and bottles and police fired tear gas and water cannon during the rallies to mark a year since the birth of the anti-government yellow vest movement.
Decommissioned nuclear silo accessed 40ft staircase leading underground was once home to US’s largest intercontinental ballistic missile ever deployedAll this can be yours for $395,000. Photograph: Casey James with Luxe Realty PhotographyOne local newspaper described the sales listing, with calculated understatement, as a “mid-century fixer-upper”: an underground bunker built to withstand a nuclear attack, and to house the fire power to retaliate.The decommissioned nuclear silo in southern Arizona was once home to the Titan II, the largest intercontinental ballistic missile deployed by the US Air Force.The inside of the decommissioned Titan nuclear missile silo in southern Arizona. Photograph: Casey James with Luxe Realty PhotographyThe silo’s owner, Rick Ellis, told the Arizona Daily Star newspaper that he was selling the property because he’s “bored”.Ellis said he originally bought the silo to turn into a commercial data storage center because it is shielded from electromagnetic pulses that can scramble electronics, but his plans were waylaid by the economic recession. So far, he said he has rejected serious offers from a buyer who wanted to turn it into a greenhouse for medical marijuana and another who planned to use it as a porn studio.The threshold to tour the property is much higher than for a typical open house. Interested buyers must prove they have the money to cover the $395,000 cost and sign a liability waiver before descending a 40ft staircase into the bunker to tour the property.An aerial view of the nuclear missile silo. Photograph: Casey James with Luxe Realty Photography“Private yet not too remote,” says the listing for the property, which includes more than 12 acres of desert.There are 18 decommissioned nuclear silos which surround Tucson and were operational from June 1963 into the 1980s. They were on alert to launch, or respond, to nuclear attacks with the Titan II missiles, which carried warheads with nine megatons of explosive power – the equivalent to a yield 600 times that of “Little Boy”, the bomb dropped over Hiroshima.When the bunkers were decommissioned, the government demolished them, filled them with rubble and sealed the entrances with concrete.Another view of the nuclear missile silo. Photograph: Casey James with Luxe Realty PhotographyEllis took on a major excavation after purchasing the property, which still includes some original equipment such as floor-to-ceiling springs which isolated each level of the basement from seismic shocks and signs revealing the bunker’s designated smoking area.Premier Media Group created a 3D tour of the bunker which showcases pools of stagnant water and the 6,000lb blast door which can be closed with one hand.For those who can’t provide the paperwork necessary to tour the property, realtors Grant Hampton and Kori Ward recommend a visit to the nearby Titan Missile Museum in Sahuarita, Arizona, which is inside a decommissioned silo.
Vice President Mike Pence abruptly cancelled a scheduled event in New Hampshire and flew back to the White House. Penceâs spokeswoman Alyssa Farah said, âSomething came...
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 America has been great for decades, and is becoming even greater. President Donald Trump has directed OUR Federal Government and Military to celebrate our...
In this thread I will put up people who are convinced the mainstream evolution theory is real to the test. This thread is not about whether God exists or not because I know he...
They want a horse race. The polls were showing Biden too much ahead of Trump and the liberal and mercenary MSM wants a horse race so they advanced the Hillary-like Kamala Harris so...
This looks too good to be true (please feel free to debunk). Its a recently purported leak: Real UFO footage was leaked by a former Pentagon employee named Miss X. What you...
A kenyan dude has stowed away in the gear of a jet headed to london and the result is to be as expected. There are little details....BUT, odds are dude was frozen solid. Apparently...
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Senior Trump advisers considered SABOTAGING him to force him to quit, ignored 'wacky request' to fire federal judges and carry resignation lPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
Tell-all book 'A Warning' depicts an administration rife with talks of insubordination and distrust of President Donald Trump CNN obtained a...
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Pro-Life Group and Founder David Daleiden Ordered to Pay Planned Parenthood $870k in Damages for Undercover VideosPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
The Center for Medical Progress, a pro-life organization, and it’s founder David Daleiden have been ordered to pay Planned Parenthood $870,000 in...
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Emails: Soros Connected to Alleged Whistleblower Open Society Kept Eric Ciaramella Updated on billionaire’s Personal Ukraine ActivitiesPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
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Bridezilla cancels her wedding because her fiancé refused to ditch his 5ft 3in best man after she complained he would ruin photosPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
Wow. This guys short ugly buddy just saved him from makeing the worst decision of his life. :cruiser:...
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FORBES: "San Francisco And NYC Begin To See The Ugly Side Of Socialism" San Francisco and NYC retail and restaurant sectors are beginning to...
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FedEx Goes to War Against the New York Times Over Hit Piece Article - Releases Statement and Challenges the NYT to a Public DebatePosted on Monday November 18, 2019
FedEx Goes to War Against the New York Times Over Hit Piece Article - Releases Statement and Challenges the NYT to a Public Debate FedEx CEO...
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A wild boar was shot dead after it charged at pedestrians and vehicles in northern China. In the video, captured in the city of Dalian in Liaoning Province on November 17, a wild boar is seen sprinting along a pavement narrowly missing a man. Other clips show the wild boar headbutting a car, running into a shop on the side of the road and wandering along the pavement. According to the witness, the wild boar was around 100kg. In order to protect the pedestrians and vehicles, police finally shot it dead.
A medical shopkeeper in east India received an unusual patient when an injured monkey came to his shop to get first aid on November 16. Anajum Ajim, who runs a medical shop in Mallapur, Birbhum district in West Bengal, found a monkey that had climbed off an auto-rickshaw and jumped on his counter, and reportedly "looking in pain." Ajim commented: "I gave him one pain killer with water, he drunk three glasses of water. After giving him medicine we put some ointment on the monkey's wound on shoulder, leg and neck. "After taking medicine monkey rested there at table put outside of medical store for an hour. After resting he jumped on an auto [rickshaw] and left." Monirul Islam, who caught this video on his mobile, commented: "I was there at shop to buy some medicine, it was quite interesting to see a monkey coming for his treatment."
A school in Sirkazhi, southern India has 52 sets of twins that attend, leaving teachers extremely confused. Footage filmed on November 15, shows the sets of twins lined up. Of the 52, 21 pairs are mixed genders, 19 pairs are all girls and just 12 pairs are all boys. One teacher at the school said: "We get confused about who was right and who was wrong. Then we get confused and even some times we end up punishing the wrong one too."
"Do we want Trump not to be Trump?" Yes! -Our allies.
A novice UK artist demonstrates how they are able to create an illustrator's impression of an alien with both hands simultaneously. The timelapse footage shows the ambidextrous artist create the character on September 20.
Australia suspends human rights partnership with China over mass detention of Uyghur Muslim minorityPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
Irked by China, India signals turnaround on Dalai Lama,invites 84-year-old Tibetan leader to deliver prestigious lecture instituted in memory of its second PresidentPosted on Monday November 18, 2019
Irked by China, India signals turnaround on Dalai Lama,invites 84-year-old Tibetan leader to deliver prestigious lecture instituted in memory of its second President (deccanherald.com)
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Hong Kong protesters shot arrows and hurled petrol bombs from barricaded university on Sunday at police who fired tear gas and water cannon. “We are not afraid,” said student Ah Long. “If we don’t persist, we will fail.” Civil engineer Joris, 23, told Reuters, “We are fighting for Hong Kong.”Posted on Monday November 18, 2019
Hong Kong protesters shot arrows and hurled petrol bombs from barricaded university on Sunday at police who fired tear gas and water cannon. “We are not afraid,” said student Ah Long. “If we don’t persist, we will fail.” Civil engineer Joris, 23, told Reuters, “We are fighting for Hong Kong.” (reuters.com)
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