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Swimmer is first Paralympian to star on Playboy cover as Elena Krawzow stuns as Playmate after silver at London 2012
Swimmer Elena Krawzow became the first Paralympian to star on a Playboy cover.

Krawzow - who has only three per cent vision - posed topless for the German version of the famous magazine.

The 26-year-old pouted at the camera and held her hair in her hands as she stripped down for the photo shoot.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley turns up the heat in floral lace lingerie...
She's a model and designer who never fails to impress with her fashionable looks.

And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was sure to turn up the heat as she flaunted her svelte physique in floral lace lingerie.

The mother-of-one, 33, looked sensational as she posed up a storm in a selection of underwear during a recent photoshoot for her new Marks & Spencer collection.
Terrifying moment US father, 39, is shot in the thigh as he shields his three young children from a gunman who opened fire inside a car dealership
Video showed the 39-year-old dad and his children sitting on a couch inside the used car shop when a man in a black hoodie ran up and began firing through an open glass door.

The dad immediately scooped up his kids and dove to the floor, attempting to block them from a barrage of bullets with his body.

The shooting took place at around 7.20pm on Monday at On The Road Automotive in the Eastchester neighborhood.

He was transported to Jacobi Medical Center and is said to be in stable condition.

Several other customers were seen milling around the dealership when the gunshots rang out, sending them running for cover.  

Police said they're searching for two suspects, one of whom carjacked a vehicle immediately after the shooting.
Last chance! Drunken students hit the town and diners pack busy city centre streets to enjoy a late night out before new 10pm Covid curfew kicks in on Thursday
Drunken students hit the town and diners packed into busy city streets last night to enjoy an evening out before the Prime Minister imposes tough new restrictions to halt a second wave of coronavirus.

Boris Johnson will today set out a raft of measures designed to clampdown on the disease, including imposing a 10pm curfew on all pubs, bars and restaurants in England from Thursday.
Jennifer Lopez, 51, showcases her phenomenal abs in a TINY bikini as she poses up a storm for sizzling snap
Jennifer Lopez put on a showstopping display in her latest sexy Instagram snap. Taking to the photosharing site on Sunday, she made the most of her incredible figure as she posed up a storm in a sexy bikini.

Nicole O'Brien shows off her incredible figure as she casts aside her body insecurities
GLAM Nicole O’Brien shows off her amazing figure — leaving behind her body insecurities. The Irish lass, 23, found fame in Netflix hit Too Hot To Handle with ex Bryce Hirschberg.

Boris Johnson says, UK now 'seeing second wave of coronavirus', measures may intensify
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday warned that a second wave of Covid-19 in Britain is "coming in", and his government may need to "intensify things to help bring the rate of infections down".

"We're now seeing a second wave coming in... clearly we are going to keep everything under review." Johnson said, adding that it was "inevitable" that coronavirus would hit the country again, Xinhua reported.
Chinese apps TikTok, WeChat to be banned in United States from September 20
Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat will be banned in the United States from September 20 (Sunday), according to AFP.

Owned by ByteDance, TikTok was in talks with US tech giant Microsoft and Oracle to sell its US operations after the Trump administration had given 45 days to the company to sign a deal, failing which the app will be banned in United States.
Twitter Suspends Account of Chinese Virologist Who Claimed Covid-19 Was Man-Made in Wuhan Labratory
Twitter has suspended the profile of Chinese virologist, Li-Meng Yan, after she publicly claimed that China had 'manufactured' Covid-19 in a Wuhan lab.

The Twitter account remained suspended with a message on the page that now reads: 'Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter Rules.'
Beware of SIM Swap Frauds That Can Steal Your Money: This Chartered Accountant Lost Rs 2.2 Lakh
In a new case of SIM card swapping fraud, scammers reportedly duped a chartered accountant of Rs 2.2 lakh from her bank account.

The phishing fraud is said to have happened on May 28, when the victim, whose name was not revealed in the report, received a call from scammers that pretended to be engaged with her telecom operator.

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Search on for bodies in charred path of wildfires, Donald Trump to visit California
Search and rescue crews using dogs combed through neighborhoods left in blackened ruins by massive wildfires burning across three states on Saturday, and US President Donald Trump said he would travel to California to see the devastation first-hand.

Firefighters light a controlled burn along Nacimiento-Fergusson Road to help contain the Dolan Fire near Big Sur, California. (AP)

In California, tens of thousands of firefighters were battling 28 major wildfires as of Saturday afternoon, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Improving weather conditions had helped them gain a measure of containment over most of the blazes.
Rapes of Woman and 5-Year-Old Fuel Outrage in Pakistan
A 5-year-old girl in southern Pakistan was raped, hit on the head and set on fire. Five days later, a woman in the country’s east was dragged from her car and sexually assaulted on a highway in front of her children.

Protesters from an Islamist group on Friday in Lahore, Pakistan. Their banner demands public hanging for those who commit “atrocities against women and children.”

The two episodes, which occurred hundreds of miles apart, have prompted protests and an outpouring of rage in a country that critics say has a toxic culture surrounding sexual assaults and child abuse.
Massive fire breaks out at Beirut Port just a month after huge explosion that killed nearly 200
A massive fire has broken out at the Beirut Port area almost a month after deadly explosion at the Beirut port that killed nearly 200 people and destroyed building for upto several miles.

Residents of the city are still trying to overcome the August 4 trauma when two powerful explosions ripped of the Beirut port, killing hundreds of people, the insane fire at the port today has once caused panic all across Beirut.
Woman sexually harasses stepdaughters after drugging them, shows them porn videos
In a shocking incident,  a 47-year-old woman allegedly sexually harassed her stepdaughters after drugging them.

The victims also alleged that their stepmother also showed them porn videos apart from drugging them on the pretext of improving their health.

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Caught on cam- Heartless grandmother burns child with hot candle wax, punches him
[India] --- A recent video that has been doing the rounds on social media has exposed the brutality of child assault that minors are subjected to by their own family. In the video, a child is being tortured by his own grandmother in barbaric ways.

The heartless woman can be seen holding the hands of the child as the two of them sit on the floor. Another woman, who appears to be a family member is sitting next to the child.

Other women laughed at child's misery

The woman drops burning hot candle wax on the child's hands, not once but thrice. The woman also punched the child on his head, stomach and back. The torture did not end here, the woman could be seen putting a tissue over the child's mouth, signalling him to stop crying. Other women, who seem to be present in the room can be heard laughing at the child's plight.

The video was shared by several people on social media and National Commission for Women (NCW) Chief Rekha Sharma was quick to respond to one of the tweets. Replying to a tweet posted by cricketer Sumit Kumar, Sharma inquired about the location of the incident from the user.

As per Asianet Newsable, the woman in the video is the child's grandmother. The child is said to be 2-years-old. The child's mother had left him under the supervision of his grandmother to take care of her newborn.

The child had been stung by a bee but was insisting to go out. Irked at the child's adamance, the woman allegedly assaulted him. A case was registered against the accused.
WHO says widespread COVID-19 vaccinations not expected until mid-2021
A World Health Organization on Friday said it does not expect widespread vaccinations against COVID-19 until the middle of next year, stressing the importance of rigorous checks on their effectiveness and safety.

"We are not expecting to see widespread vaccination until the middle of next year," WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris told journalists at a briefing in Geneva.

Referring to vaccine clinical trials, She said, "this phase 3 must take longer because we need to see how truly protective the vaccine is and we also need to see how safe it is," reuters reported.
Bear checks out products at Supermarket in North California; pictures surfaces
In a bizarre incident, a bear made a special appearance in a supermarket in North California.

The customers at the Kings Beach Safeway by Lake Tahoe were shocked and surprised to see this 'special' visitor at the shop.
SUNDAY FUNDAY - August Bank Holiday boozers in high spirits as they hit the town... but some overdo it

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Philippines Government Official Caught Having Sex During Zoom Meeting
A government official in the Philippines was caught having sex with his secretary during a Zoom meeting.

The call was reportedly part of a regular council meeting that took place on August 26.

Multiple other people were on the call at the time

As others continue the conference call, the pair can be seen having sex on the far side of the room.

The Department of Interior and Local Government said that he will be relieved of his post as quickly as possible.
Israel launches air strikes after gunfire on Lebanon border
Israel said Wednesday it had conducted air strikes against Hezbollah observation posts in Lebanon after shots were fired from across the border towards its troops the previous evening.

The country's armed forces had said earlier that a "security incident" was unfolding in the vicinity of Manara, a kibbutz near the UN-demarcated Blue Line border between the two nations, and urged residents to take shelter.

"During operational activity in northern Israel last night, shots were fired from Lebanon toward IDF troops," the Israel Defence Forces wrote on Twitter.

Lebanon had hours earlier rejected an Israeli call to reform a UN peacekeeping force patrolling the border ahead of a UN Security Council vote to renew its mandate.
Couple caught having sex in Brazilian city council's Zoom meet
This is the moment one of the participants of a Zoom meeting forgot to turn his camera off and was caught having sex in the background.

The councillors reportedly noticed the scenes but decided to ignore it and continue to discuss the matter at hand

It was a meeting for the Rio de Janeiro city council, which local newspaper Metropoles reported was about how to guarantee food for students in the municipal system during the pandemic.

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Facebook Executive In India Alleges Threat To Life Amid Row Over Report
A Facebook executive has alleged threat to her life in a police complaint filed in Delhi, which names at least five people.

The 49-year-old woman has linked the alleged threats, which have been received online, to an article published last week in a foreign publication - Wall Street Journal - that claimed Facebook overlooks hate speech by BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) political party leaders.

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Turkey threatens to cut diplomatic ties with UAE over deal on normalizing relations with Israel
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he is considering breaking off all diplomatic ties with the UAE after the Gulf nation announced a landmark deal establishing formal relations with Israel.

Palestinians shoes are placed on a pictures of U.S. President Donald Trump, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan and and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a protest against the United Arab Emirates' deal with Israel, in the West Bank city of Nablus

Erdogan harshly criticized the UAE for its deal with Israel, as most Arab nations have historically refrained from maintaining formal diplomatic relations with Tel Aviv in protest against its occupation of the West Bank.
California wildfires burn amid high risk of brutal blazes
Bone-dry vegetation fueled three wildfires near Los Angeles amid warnings Friday that the risk of new blazes erupting was high as temperatures spike and humidity levels drop during a statewide heat wave.

A huge forest fire that prompted evacuations north of Los Angeles flared up Friday afternoon, sending up an enormous cloud of smoke as it headed down to the desert floor and the California aqueduct in the Antelope Valley.

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Half of world's youth subject to depression, anxiety due to job uncertainty: ILO survey
Half of the world's youth population are subject to anxiety or depression-causing circumstances and more than a third are uncertain of their future career prospects due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a survey by the International Labour Organization.

The ILO's 'Youth and COVID-19: impacts on jobs, education, rights and mental well-being' survey found that if urgent action is not taken, youths are at the risk of suffering severe and long-lasting adverse impacts from the pandemic.
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Beirut blast: Heartbreaking pictures show how the massive explosion tore up thousands of homes

The gigantic explosion in Beirut on Tuesday tore through homes, blowing off doors and windows, toppling cupboards, and sent flying books, shelves, lamps and everything else. Within a few tragic seconds, more than a quarter of a million people of the Lebanese capital’s residents were left with homes unfit to live in. Around 6,200 buildings are estimated to be damaged.
Japanese city Nagasaki urges nuclear weapon ban on 75th anniversary of US Atomic bombing

A man and his daughter pray for the victims of U.S. atomic bombing at the Atomic Bomb Hypocenter Park in Nagasaki, southern Japan, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020. Nagasaki marked the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing on Sunday.
14-year-old patient raped in India's largest Covid-19 facility
The First Information Report (FIR) filed by the Delhi Police in Covid centre rape case has revealed that while a minor patient was being raped by a man, another stood there and filmed it on his mobile camera.

The police on Thursday revealed that a 14-year-old girl, who was undergoing treatment at the Sardar Patel Covid Care Centre in south Delhi's Chhatarpur, was allegedly sexually assaulted by another coronavirus patient in the washroom.

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Mum Demands Woman In Bikini Cover Up Because Her Sons Are Staring
A TikTok user was left baffled when a mum demanded she cover up her bikini-clad body because her sons were staring.

Aurea, from Mexico, was filming a video at the public beach of Freedom Lake, LaGrange in New York City when she was approached by the unidentified mother.

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Nude protester dubbed 'Naked Athena' flashes Portland police and gets pepper balls shot at her feet
A protester in Portland put on a stark display in front of cops as she sat with her legs apart on Friday night.

In a video posted on Twitter, the naked protester was seen walking along the sidewalk before laying down in the road, kicking up her feet and doing multiple yoga and ballet poses.

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Iran estimates it has 25 million Covid-19 cases, expects 35 million more infections
Iran's president Hassan Rouhani on Saturday estimated as many as 25 million Iranians could have been infected with the coronavirus since the outbreak's beginning, as he urged the public to take the pandemic seriously, the state-run IRNA news agency reported.

Rouhani also said about 30 to 35 million will be infected to the virus in the coming months. “We have to estimate that 30 to 35 million people will be exposed to the virus, which is very important”, Rouhani added. Iran's population is around 81 million people.
INDIA: 40-year-old woman raped at quarantine centre in Navi Mumbai
In a shocking incident, a 40-year-old woman was raped at a coronavirus COVID-19 quarantine centre in Navi Mumbai on July 16 (Thursday) night.

A case has been registered at Panvel Taluka Police Station and the accused arrested. He has tested COVID-19 positive.

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Russia says coronavirus vaccine is safe; clinical trials to be completed by July-end
The Russian defense ministry on Wednesday said it had developed a "safe" coronavirus vaccine. According to the ministry, 18 people had participated in the research and were discharged without "serious adverse events, health complaints, complications or side effects." In a statement, the ministry said the results of the trials "allow us to speak with confidence about the safety and good tolerability of the vaccine."

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"Their immunity is working well, antibodies are being created, they are protected against the coronavirus," researcher Svetlana Volchikhina said in a video released by the defence ministry. The ministry further said that it expects the clinical trials to be fully completed by July-end.
Satellite images show previously undeclared N.Korean facility
New satellite imagery has revealed a previously undeclared North Korean facility that experts suspect could be used to build nuclear warheads, a media report said on Thursday.

The images, captured by Planet Labs and analyzed by experts at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, show an active facility in the village of Wollo-ri near Pyongyang, the Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency quoted the CNN report as saying.
UN Sex Scandal: Official filmed with alleged sex worker in car; probe launched after video goes viral
The UN says it is investigating a possible case of sexual misconduct by staff after a video surfaced of a woman straddling a man in a car with UN markings in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv. 

The 18-second video, filmed at night from a building alongside a busy road, shows a female figure in red moving astride a man in casual clothing on the back seat of a Toyota 4x4 vehicle. Another man is visible in the front passenger seat. The driver cannot be seen.

UN spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric told The New Humanitarian that the world body was “shocked and deeply disturbed by what is seen on this video”.

“The behaviour seen in it is abhorrent and goes against everything we stand for and have been working to achieve in terms of fighting sexual misconduct by UN staff,” said Dujarric.  

By identifying landmarks and comparing the video with images of the street, TNH has determined that the video was taken on HaYarkon street in Tel Aviv.
Alhambra Palace in Spain reopens to visitors
The Alhambra Palace in the southern Spanish city of Granada reopened its doors to visitors on Wednesday as the country is slowly returning to normal after the coronavirus pandemic.

Photo taken on June 17, 2020 shows a view in the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.

Once home to the Moorish kings, the Alhambra is one of Spain's most visited monuments, with 2.75 million people visiting its gardens, fountains and palaces every year.

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North Korea blows up inter-Korean liaison office as tensions rise with South Korea
North Korea blew up an inter-Korean liaison office building just north of the heavily armed border with South Korea on Tuesday in a dramatic display of anger that sharply raises tensions on the Korean Peninsula and puts pressure on Washington and Seoul amid deadlocked nuclear diplomacy.

Smoke rises in the North Korean border town of Kaesong, seen from Paju, South Korea, Tuesday, June 16, 2020.

The demolition of the building, which is located on North Korean territory and had no South Koreans working there, is largely symbolic. But it’s still likely the most provocative thing North Korea has done since it entered nuclear diplomacy in 2018 after a U.S.-North Korean standoff had many fearing war. It will pose a serious setback to the efforts of liberal South Korean President Moon Jae-in to restore inter-Korean engagement.

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Advert shows naked pornstars telling mum her son has been looking for porn online in bizarre safety campaign
A bizarre advert has caused a stir after it showed two naked pornstars telling a mother that her son had been searching for porn online, in a bid to get parents to open up about sex.

The advert is part of the Keep it Real Online series - a New Zealand government campaign designed to protect children from online harm.

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Police said the accused first drugged his wife and sister-in-law and later killed them using sharp-edged weapons.
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An Indian-origin police official in Singapore has been sentenced to two years in jail after pleading guilty to four counts, including two for corruption in the form of seeking sexual favours from women under investigation.
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