Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Caitlyn Jenner pictured as she emerges from Sex And The City designer's boutique in sequinned mini skirt
Caitlyn stepped out for a shopping trip in New York on Tuesday wearing a leopard print wrap dress but was later seen leaving Sex And The City designer Patricia Field's boutique store in a sequinned mini skirt,
Sunday, 28 June 2015
24-year-old healthy girl known as Laura has won the right to end her life by euthanasia or assisted suicide despite not having any life-threatening illnesses because she claims to have had suicidal thoughts since childhood.
Assisted suicide has been legal in Belgium since 2003.
Laura, who was born after an unplanned pregnancy and had a troubled early upbringing told doctors: “Life, that’s not for me.”
She has been in a psychiatric institution since the age of 21 and told local paper De Morgen: “Even though my childhood certainly contributed to my suffering, I am convinced that I had had this death wish even though I grew up with a quiet, stable family.”
“Death feels to me not as a choice. If I had a choice, I would choose a bearable life, but I have done everything and that was unsuccessful.
“I played all my life with these thoughts of suicide, I have also done a few attempts.
“But then there is someone who needs me, and I don’t want to hurt anyone. That has always stopped me.”
Saturday, 27 June 2015
PHOTOS: Serena Williams strokes Kim Kardashian's growing baby bump as they bump into each other in London
Kim K bumped into her old friend Serena Williams on the street outside Harrods, London.
Both bootylicious ladies embraced and Serena couldn't resist rubbing her friend's growing baby bump.
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Three British teenage boys have won a TeenTech Award for inventing a condom that changes colours if it comes into contact with a sexually transmitted disease.
The 13 and 14 years old, Daanyaal Ali, Chirag Shah and Muaz Nawaz, students at the Isaac Newton Academy in London, dubbed their invention the "S.T.Eye"
"We created the S.T.Eye as a new way for STI detection to help the future of the next generation," Ali, 14, said in an interview posted on the TeenTech website. "We wanted to make something that made detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the often-scary procedures at the doctors. We've made sure we're able to give peace of mind to users and let people act even more responsibly than ever before."
"Once the fluids come into contact with the latex, if the person does have some sort of STI, it will cause a reaction through antibodies and antigens hanging on to each other, which triggers an antibody reaction causing a colour change," Ali told the BBC.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized today in court for the killing and maiming people by bombing. He made this apology in court before he was hauled away after being sentenced to death.
"I did do it, along with my brother," he admitted, breaking his two-year silence. "I am sorry for the lives that I've taken, the suffering that I've caused and the damage I have done."
"I've learned their names, their faces ... the suffering that was, the hardship that still is," he said reading from a statement.
Judge George A. O'Toole then sentenced him to death by execution, plus a concurrent life sentence without the possibility of release.
Those in the courtroom included Denise and Bill Richard, parents of 8-year-old Martin Richard, the youngest victim of the bombing.
''Tsarnaev'', said Bill Richard when his turn to speak came, "chose hate, he chose destruction, he chose death. We choose love, we choose kindness, we choose peace. That is what makes us different from him," he said.
Bobbi Kristina Brown taken off life support and moved to hospice care as 'condition has continued to deteriorate'
Bobbi Kristina Brown, only child of singers Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, has been moved into hospice care nearly five months after she was first hospitalized on Jan. 31, when she was found facedown and unresponsive in a tub at her home near Atlanta.
Pat Houston revealed this in a statement to Us Weekly on Wednesday, June 24.
"Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition has continued to deteriorate,"
"As of today, she has been moved into hospice care," Pat shared on behalf of the family. "We thank everyone for their support and prayers. She is in God's hands now."
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
American singer Mariah Carey and Australian billionaire James Packer are allegedly dating now. Rumours of their relationship sparked after the pair were seen going on a romantic hand-in-hand stroll through the picturesque streets of south of Italy on Friday.
PHOTOS: Stephanie Okereke-Linus, David Beckham, Fearne Cotton, David Walliams, others attend the Queen's Young Leaders programme at Buckingham Palace
The Queen of England hosted a star-studded reception yesterday, 22nd of June at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the first ever winners of her Young Leaders programme. The Scheme recognises contribution of young people in the Commonwealth. 60 young people received awards for their work in local communities .
32 year old Nollywood actress Stephanie Okereke-Linus and her husband were among those specially invited by the Queen of England.
David Beckham, Fearne Cotton, David Walliams and Sir John Major also attended the ceremony
The winners received a special package of training, mentoring and networking, including a one-week residential programme in the UK in association with Cambridge University. They also met with Prime Minister, David Cameron, at 10 Downing Street before visiting Twitter UK headquarters and the BBC World Service.
David Beckham told the audience: "I do not claim to be a public speaker and I am not an expert in the fields some of you are. I am honoured to be here this evening. With people like you I know the world will become a better place.
...... "Congratulations, well done and I'm very proud to be here. Good luck in the future. I'm sure you are going to make us all proud".
The awards was part of a five year programme established by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust in partnership with Comic Relief and the Royal Commonwealth Society to honour the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.