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Sunday, 19 April 2015

Herbicides suspected to be the cause of mystery deaths in Nigeria

The WHO spokesman, Gregory Haertl, tweeted: "Current hypothesis is cause of the event is herbicides" and "Tests done so far are negative for viral and bacterial infection."


The Ondo state health commissioner, Dayo Adeyanju, told AFP news agency on Saturday that 23 people had been affected.

Those who died suffered from blurred vision and headaches, and then lost consciousness before dying within 24 hours.

Monday, 13 April 2015

Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles gets married to Richard Lawson


 



Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles reportedly tied the knot with 'Poltergeist' actor Richard Lawson at the weekend.

TMZ reports that the couple got hitched on a super yacht off the California coast last night.

All the guests wore white to the evening ceremony.

Tina split from Mathew Knowles in 2009 after over three decades of marriage.

Monday, 6 April 2015

Police launch investigation into allegations of fraud after Chinese casanova is caught out when all his 17 girlfriends turn up at the hospital after he had a car crash

Mr Yuan, a Chinese man recovering in hospital after a car crash on March 24 had a shock when all 17 of his girlfriends turned up to see him.

 
 
None of the women knew he had been seeing anyone else. He had been seeing some for up to nine years, and one even had a son with him.
The women discovered his secret after doctors contacted 'his relations' to let them know he had been injured.
A Chinese man recovering in hospital after a car crash had a shock - when all 17 of his girlfriends turned up to see him (above)
 
Xiao Li, who had been seeing Mr Yuan for 18 months, said: 'I was really worried when I heard that he was in hospital.
'But when I started seeing more and more beautiful girls show up, I couldn't cry any more.' 
Other girls said they had started planning their weddings with Mr Yuan. 
Wang Fang, the mother of his son, added: 'What can I do now? I don't love him any more, but I do love my son.'
The women have now set up an online Facebook group so they can all chat and are quickly discovering just how much he hid from them, South China Morning Post reported. 
The story has attracted a lot of attention on social media:


The story has attracted a lot of attention on social media, with some condemning Mr Yuan's actions and others expressing admiration
 
One user with the handle @shusshshussh wrote on Twitter: 'What we can learn from Mr Yuan of China with 17 girlfriends is that: players should NOT get into accidents & allow hospital visits.' 
@J_Rain26 simply asked: 'How does one manage to have 17 girlfriends?'
And one user known just as Shan said: 'Salute this man RT: Man's 17 girlfriends respond when he gets in car accident #awkward.'

Police have launched an investigation into allegations of fraud.

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Human breast milk facials...latest beauty trend coming to the UK


Human breast milk facial is the latest beauty trend in the US and could be coming to the UK anytime soon.

According to the owner of Mud Facial Bar in Chicago, the milk can help to soothe conditions such as eczema because of the anti-bacterial properties of lauric acid, found in breast milk, which are reported to fight bacterial infection that causes acne.
 
A spa in the US offers breast milk facials and they could well be coming to the UK. The beneficial properties of lauric acid, found in breast milk, are reported to fight bacterial infection that causes acne




Environ offer a £34 Intensive Colostrum Gel, which is packed with the pre-milk substance produced by female mammals during the first 24 hours of lactation
Hope's Relief offer soaps and body washes containing goats' milk
 


Environ offer a £34 Intensive Colostrum Gel, which is packed with the pre-milk substance produced by female mammals during the first 24 hours of lactation, while Hope's Relief offer soaps and body washes containing goats' milk
 

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

22 killed and 50 injured in Tunisia hostage shootout





TUNIS (The Tunis Times) – Two disguised gunmen infiltrated security at Bardo Museum, a landmark institution at the heart of Tunisia’s capital Wed March, 18th. The attackers took and killed 22 hostages of different nationalities (Tunisian, French, Italian, Polish, Japanese) according to a statement made by Mr. Mohamed Ali Aroui, the spokesman of the ministry of interior. 50 people were injured as a result of the bloody attacks.
P.M. Mr. Habib Essid and President Mr. Beji Caid Essesbi joined the crisis-cell formed on the grounds of the attacks in Kasbah palace before heading to Charles Nicole hospital to visit the injured victims.
“This is catastrophic for Tunisia,” said Mr. Bej Caid Essebsi, “We need to stop those kind of people [referring to terrorists] for good.” added Mr. Esessbi.
The president of the Republic, Mr. Beji Caid Essesbi, is set to address the Tunisian people on the attacks today.
The European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini blamed “terrorist organizations” for the attacks.
“With the attack that has struck Tunis today, the terrorist organizations are once again targeting the countries and peoples of the Mediterranean region,” Mogherini said in a statement which The Tunis Times obtained a copy of.