News archive from 4 July 2017, page 5

'Never want to leave': TOWIE star Georgia Kousoulou puts on a busty display in black bikini as she enjoys...

She's left her beloved Essex behind in favour of a sun-soaked break in Mexico with her long-time beau. And Georgia Kousoulou jumped at the opportunity to flaunt her summer body in the balmy temperatures as she slipped into a black halterneck bikini...

 

Man, I feel like a woman! Jennifer Lawrence flashes Dior 'boxers' in sheer skirt as she rocks tassled top...

She's one of Hollywood's hottest properties with a string of blockbuster hits to her name. And Jennifer Lawrence, 26, proved she is just as comfortable in the fashion world as she rocked a seriously edgy ensemble at the Dior 70th anniversary...

 

Flexy Celine Dion hoists her leg over a balcony as she poses in shimmering silver mini dress for playful...

She has been impressing her fans by stepping out in a number of show-stopping outfits in recent weeks. And Celine Dion certainly showed no signs of stopping on Monday night, as she slipped into another stunning ensemble for a photo shoot in Paris,...

 

'One comment ruins your day... it's a headf***': Musician Ed Sheeran has QUIT Twitter after being targeted...

Ed Sheeran has quit Twitter after being bombarded with cruel comments. The A-Team hitmaker has decided to stop using his account after realising the mean tweets were 'ruining' his day. Although his feed  - which boasts 19.1million followers - remains...

 

Coronation Street's Debbie Rush has QUIT the soap after playing Anna Windass for nine years... as producers...

She's one of Weatherfield's most familiar faces. So Coronation Street fans will be disappointed to hear Debbie Rush is set to quit the show after nine years.  Since joining the longrunning soap as Anna Windass in 2008, the actress has enjoyed her fair...

 
Spain's Santander launches Popular rights issue at 19 percent discount

Spain's Santander launches Popular rights issue at 19 percent discount

Spain's Banco Santander (SAN.MC) on Monday launched a 7.1 billion euros ($8.07 billion) rights issue at a price of 4.85 euros per share, a move it had flagged last month when it took over rescued peer Banco Popular for a nominal euro. Based on...

Reuters, 01:57 in Business
 

Trump to promote U.S. natgas exports in Russia's backyard

President Donald Trump will use fast-growing supplies of U.S. natural gas as a political tool when he meets in Warsaw on Thursday with leaders of a dozen countries that are captive to Russia for their energy needs. In recent years, Moscow has cut off...

Reuters, 01:57 in Business
 
Battle for Mosul: Fierce clashes as IS uses suicide bombers

Battle for Mosul: Fierce clashes as IS uses suicide bombers

Fierce clashes and rising numbers of suicide attacks have been reported in Mosul as Iraqi troops try to recapture the city from Islamic State militants. The last IS-held quarter, known as the Old City, was rocked by air strikes and artillery salvos,...

BBC, 02:05 in World News
 
Kim Jong-un grins at brutal takedown of ‘South Korean missile’ as China expose WW3 fears

Kim Jong-un grins at brutal takedown of ‘South Korean missile’ as China expose WW3 fears

The tyrant can be seen grinning as paratroopers descend onto the site of the drill before blowing up a mocked-up south Korean missile system. And a commentator on the state-spread video can be heard claiming the Hermit Kingdom’s armed forces will be...

 
How I saved the NHS £22 million, says mum

How I saved the NHS £22 million, says mum

A wasted operation which left her son David unable to walk was what spurred on Rebecca Loo to make a difference to the NHS. "I was livid. I was so consumed by anger. I thought either I have a nervous breakdown, or I do something," says...

BBC, 02:18 in Health
 
'I book home care for my mum online'

'I book home care for my mum online'

Louisa Bravery's mum, Peggy, lives in the family home and loves everyday life with her grandchildren. But she needs a little personal care when other members of the family are out at school or work. Louisa wasn't sure where to turn to organise things...

BBC, 02:18 in Health
 
AirAsia X flight diverts to Brisbane after suspected bird strike

AirAsia X flight diverts to Brisbane after suspected bird strike

An AirAsia X flight bound for Kuala Lumpur has been forced turn back to Australia after a suspected bird strike left passengers shaken. The jet, carrying 359 people, ran into trouble after taking off from the Gold Coast at 22:20 (12:20 GMT) on...

BBC, 02:27 in World News
 
Narendra Modi to become first Indian PM to visit Israel

Narendra Modi to become first Indian PM to visit Israel

Narendra Modi will become the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel, when he arrives on Tuesday. Mr Modi, who recently said India and the Jewish state share a "deep and centuries-old" connection, is expected to agree military and cyber...

BBC, 02:27 in World News
 
BREAKING: North Korea launches 'ballistic' missile amid escalating tensions with the US

BREAKING: North Korea launches 'ballistic' missile amid escalating tensions with the US

The unidentified projectile launched from a location near the North's border with China at 9:40am local time. It is not yet known whether it was as powerful as the last missile launch that soared to an altitude five times higher than the International...

 

AirAsia flight grounded after apparent bird strike damages engine

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia X said on Tuesday a flight from Australia to Malaysia was diverted and forced to land in Brisbane because an engine was damaged during take-off by what was thought to be a bird strike. AirAsia X Flight D7207 was...

 


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