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Serena Williams slams Ilie Nastase for 'racist comments' about her unborn child

By Samuel Chamberlain

Published April 24, 2017

Fox News

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FILE – In this Monday, May 23, 2016 file picture, former Romanian tennis ace Ilie Nastase watches a match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris, France. 471 more words

United States

Vampyros Lesbos (1971)

Vampyros Lesbos (1971)

Country:  Germany

Director: Jesus Franco

Main Stars: Soledad Miranda, Dennis Price, Paul Muller, Ewa Stromberg

Storyline: A tale a young woman and her interest in the countess of seduction. 221 more words

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“Laal Batti” banned, what next for our friendly neighbourhood politicians.

I proudly pronounce, I belonged to a town where you have more “Laal Battis” than taxis on the road. 511 more words

India

PLASTIC BAG BANNED IN MANY COUNTRIES

Nu måste vi förbereda oss på att leva utan plastpåsar / Now we will have to prepare ourselves to live without plastic bags.
New China: Kenyans look forward to adoptable alternatives to plastic bags which are to be banned from use in August… 10 more words

AFRICA

Street vendors to be banned across Bangkok, except in Yaowarat and Khao San, by year-end

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

BANGKOK – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration  (BMA) said on Tuesday (April 18) it will continue to sweep street vendors off the city’s main roads, with the exception of Yaowarat in Chinatown and backpackers’ haven Khao San, as part of efforts to improve cleanliness. 322 more words

Current Affairs

Can This Banned Condiment Boost Brain Function?


By Dr. Mercola Perhaps you first heard about Vegemite in the early 1980s from the Men at Work song, “Down Under.” The Australian sandwich spread, described by the Telegraph as a sticky, gloopy, salty spread made from yeast extract, may be the flavor that embodies the entire continent, as 23 million jars are purchased in Australia every year.1 Vegemite’s first cousin, Marmite, is the British version of the controversial condiment. 95 more words

Can This Banned Condiment Boost Brain Function?


By Dr. Mercola Perhaps you first heard about Vegemite in the early 1980s from the Men at Work song, “Down Under.” The Australian sandwich spread, described by the Telegraph as a sticky, gloopy, salty spread made from yeast extract, may be the flavor that embodies the entire continent, as 23 million jars are purchased in Australia every year.1 Vegemite’s first cousin, Marmite, is the British version of the controversial condiment. 95 more words