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    TWO Brit diplomats were robbed at gunpoint before the attackers made off in their embassy car. The officials - a man and a woman - were confronted in Khartoum, Sudan's capital, and had a knife pointed in their faces. 1The pair are employed by the British Embassy in SudanCredit: AFP The pair, who are employed by the British Embassy in the city, were forced to sit on the ground as the gang brandished knives and guns. They then stole bags containing mobile phones, cameras and keys to the embassy car, reports Hurra News. THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY... The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun.
    A spiteful groom who punched his wife in the head on their wedding day after she beat him at a party game has been charged over the attack.  The man, who has not been named, beat his betrothed after she won a race to unwrap sweets that had been organised by guests at their wedding in the southern region of Surkhandaryo on June 6, with footage going viral online.  Video drew the attention of Saida Mirziyoyeva, daughter of the country's president, who condemned the attack - prompting police to track the couple down. Officers say the man has now been charged with 'hooliganism' but is facing just 15 days in prison and a fine if found guilty.   This is the horrifying moment a groom beat his new wife at their wedding after flipping out when his bride won a game on stage during a toast in Uzbekistan A committee in the Uzbek legislature's upper house said the young man had 'apologised to the bride and expressed regret at his actions' at a neighbourhood hearing attended by community elders and relatives of...
    Rebel Wilson has spoken out after it was alleged that she was set to be 'outed' by a newspaper before she went public with new girlfriend Ramona Agruma.  On Sunday night, the 42-year-old actress replied to her fans who had shown support in the wake of the backlash surrounding a Sydney Morning Herald article, which went to print one day after Rebel announced the romance herself on social media.  'Thanks for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace,' she wrote on Twitter.   Rebel Wilson (right) has broken her silence after it was alleged that she was set to be 'outed' by a newspaper before she went public with new girlfriend Ramona Agruma (left)  Rebel's tweet was in reply to a post by Ten's Kate Doak, who wrote: 'So apparently it wasn't @RebelWilson's choice to come out. The @smh/@theage have admitted to giving her a heads up two days in advance that they were going to 'out' her. What's worse, openly gay men at the Sydney Morning Herald were involved in this.'  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    A former Amazon executive who is the key suspect in his estranged wife's hit-style murder has been accused of paying $9,000 to have her killed. Abril Pérez Sagaón was shot in the head and neck by a man on a motorcycle who opened fire through the passenger-side window where she was seated in a car while driving through Mexico City in November 2019. Juan Carlos Garcia, who was the CEO of Amazon in Mexico when the company opened its first office in Mexico in 2015, is alleged to have paid 180,000 Mexican pesos to two sicarios, or hitmen, to carry out the killing. He is even alleged to have offered a 50,000 peso bonus (about $2,500) if she was killed before the couple's next court hearing in a case she had filed against them. When she was killed, Abril Pérez Sagaón, pictured here in better times, had been trying to prove that her husband had attempted to kill her in January with a baseball bat Juan Carlos Garcia went missing after Abril Pérez Sagaón was shot in the head and neck by a...
    Members of the controversial, woke Loudoun County School Board will face the ax this November after Virginia's new GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin ordered them to face the ballot a year earlier than they would have.  At midnight on Tuesday, Youngkin made an amendment to a bill that moved the school board elections up a year, putting them on the ballot this coming November instead of in 2023, WJLA.com reported. That means all nine members will be up for election come the fall. 'Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, elections for all nine districts of the Loudoun County School Board shall be held on November 5, 2022,' the amendment to HB 1138 reads.  The board is made up of nine members, including Jeff Morse, chair of the Dulles District, Ian Serotkin, Vice-Chair of Blue Ridge District, at-large member Denise Corbo, Atoosa Reaser of the Algonkian District, Harris Mahedavi, of the Ashburn District, Andrew Hoyler of the Broad Run District, John Beatty of the Catoctin District, and Tom Marshall of the Leesburg District. The Loudoun School Board has been mired in...
    BRENTFORD duo Rico Henry and Mathias Jensen were involved in a sickening bloody clash of heads against Wolves. The two players both had to be substituted, with Jensen having blood pouring from his face. 2Brentford stars Rico Henry and Mathias Jensen were involved in this sickening collision 2Mathias Jensen was left with blood pouring down his face They went up to challenge for the ball, but crashed into each other on the 20-minute mark. The game was held up for around five minutes as medics rushed on to treat the stricken pair. Both exited the game, as concussion substitutes Mads Roerslev and Shandon Baptiste came on. More to follow... Most read in SportUNITED LATEST Ronaldo injury LATEST, Erling Haaland updates, Rangnick wants Eric Ten HagAustralian Open live Dan Evans knocked out, Medvedev wins, Nadal latest, Naomi Osaka outHOCKEY LEGEND GONE Islanders star & Hockey Hall of Fame member Clark Gillies dead at 67ONE LOVE Who is Xisca Perello? The wife of Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was the face of the city through some of its darkest days — the death of George Floyd under an officer’s knee last year and rioting that marred the ensuing protests, including the burning of a police precinct after Frey ordered officers to abandon it. Frey, a Democrat, is now in a tough fight to keep his job as the city tries to rebuild since Floyd’s death in May 2020 sparked the most damaging unrest in the U.S. since the Rodney King riots. Tuesday’s election will likely turn on how voters view Frey’s efforts to find a middle road in a city sharply divided by questions on racism, policing and crime. Frey has positioned himself as a defender of police and the city’s popular Black chief — and against the most liberal and vocal progressives seeking a symbolic victory in Floyd’s city. “There’s not a mayor in the country that is content with the pace of change, and count me in on that vote,” Frey, 40, said in an interview. “But we have...
    Current commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions put Earth on track for a 'catastrophic' 2.7°C (4.8°F) temperature rise this century, a stark United Nations report warned today. It savaged global governments' climate pledges just days before the start of the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow.   The Emissions Gap report says promises made by countries across the world will fail to keep the global temperature under 1.5°C (2.7°F) this century, a target set as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. It pours yet more cold water on Boris Johnson's big COP26 moment, as he gets ready to welcome world leaders to Scotland for climate talks. The Prime Minister wants countries to commit to slashing carbon emissions but both Russian leader Vladimir Putin and China's President Xi Jinping have already said they are not intending to travel to the event.   This has heightened fears that the summit will fail to make significant progress in the fight against climate change, and the latest warning from the UN will do little to improve Mr Johnson's optimism that effective...
    LEPROSY has been discovered in wild chimpanzees for the first time as apes are seen with lumps on their faces. Shocking images of apes with the contagious lumps on their faces have been shared by researchers who made the puzzling discovery. 3Scientists say the disease is spreading among wild chimpanzeesCredit: PA 3The primates are believed to have caught the disease from humansCredit: PA Cases were confirmed among two unconnected West African chimpanzee populations in Guinea-Bissau and the Ivory Coast. Scientists from the Centre of Ecology and Conservation at the University of Exeter said the leprosy strains are different and uncommon in humans. The apes are believed to have caught leprosy from contact with humans, thought it's not clear whether it can spread to people. Lead author Dr Kimberley Hockings said: "In Guinea-Bissau it is possible that chimpanzees somehow acquired leprosy from humans in this shared landscape, although people do not kill or eat chimpanzees." She said it was clear the skin disease was being "transmitted between separate chimpanzee communities". In the Ivory Coast, chimpanzees are more distant from human settlements,...
    Virginia's former Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe was caught maskless violating federal COVID health rules during an Amtrak journey from New York to Washington, D.C., according to photos that surfaced on Tuesday. McAuliffe ran Virginia from 2014 to 2018 and is currently campaigning for a second term in the state's upcoming November election.  But the pro-mask mandate Democrat was accused of an 'absolute double standard' by an anonymous Amtrak passenger who handed the photos over to Fox. The photos purport to show McAuliffe on July 29 at Penn Station's Moynihan Train Hall in New York City.  He's seen walking through the train terminal while mid-conversation on his phone.  No sign of a face covering can be seen, despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) January directive that requires everyone going through airports, train stations and other transit hubs to wear one at all times.    The CDC also recommends wearing masks regardless of vaccination status if you live in a COVID hotspot.  McAuliffe expressed strong support for sitting Governor Ralph Northam, also a Democrat, when he mandated masks for students...
    The Taliban apparently paraded men with painted black faces through an Afghanistan street with nooses around their necks, photos showed. Afghani journalist Bilal Sarwary tweeted the images from Herat on Friday. The photos were taken prior to the Taliban insurgency in Kabul on Sunday, prompting the evacuation of American forces from the nation's capital. "Taliban accused these men of theft, their faces were colored with black color — to embarrass them and were paraded in Herat city after the Friday prayers," Sarwary tweeted. INTEL COMMUNITY DEFENDS ITSELF AFTER SWIFT TALIBAN TAKEOVER Taliban accused these men of theft, their faces were colored with black color - to embarrass them and were paraded in Herat city after the Friday prayers. pic.twitter.com/crLpdK3kCV— BILAL SARWARY (@bsarwary) August 13, 2021 “Taliban style justice often means hands of thieves are chopped off,” Sarwary noted. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The city of Herat, Afghanistan's third-largest city, normally bustling with 600,000 residents , became like a "ghost town" before the Taliban arrived, said provincial...
    Boston police on Wednesday were investigating reports of shots fired in the Back Bay neighborhood that sent people scrambling for safety, according to local outlets.  Police told Fox News that officers received a call around 7:45 p.m. regarding shots fired near the Prudential Center. No further details have been released.  Witnesses described the scene to Boston 25 News. A local FOX affiliate reporter spoke with friends dining out on a patio as the shots rang out. They described a "stampede of people running away from gunfire." 3 BOSTON POLICE OFFICERS INJURED DURING ARREST AT PUBLIC LIBRARY AFTER CALL ABOUT MAN MASTURBATING One witness said she initially thought the gunshots she heard was car backfire.  "And then people came running from the street with fear on their faces yelling, ‘Run!’ And then multiple gunshots followed right after and everyone ran," she said.  Police said an investigation into the shooting is active and ongoing.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP No injuries have been reported.  Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.
    Fox News contributor Joe Concha called out the Texas Democrats’ remaining in Washington D.C. to fight GOP voting reform, telling "Fox & Friends" on Thursday that the decision will "blow up in their faces" in the upcoming midterm elections. MEDIA HAIL RUNAWAY TEXAS DEMOCRATS FOR BLOCKING ACTION ON VOTING JOE CONCHA: "What people are seeing at home on social media and on television is horrible for Democrats because, when you see selfies, giddy selfies on a plane going into Washington. You also see it’s Miller time apparently. So you have got cases of Miller Lite. … The fact that they were all maskless on a plane, going up against CDC guidelines. Those optics, even before they got to Washington, were horrific and then when they got there, they had no plan.  …  This is going to blow up in Democrats’ faces in 2022, where you are looking at the retirement of Nancy Pelosi if and when they lose the House, because only a few seats have to flip. And then a 50/50 Senate flips back to Republicans as well.  If this...
    Donald Trump's extraordinary crusade to overturn the presidential election will come to a head on Wednesday as Congress meets to certify Joe Biden's Electoral College victory at a joint session led by Vice President Mike Pence.    The typically routine proceeding will be anything but, as a group of 13 rogue Republican senators led by Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley plan to file objections when the alphabetical vote roll-call reaches the battleground state of Arizona.   The longshot effort is all but certain to fail, defeated by bipartisan majorities in Congress prepared to accept Biden's 306 to 232 electoral victory over Trump.   Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to make a last-ditch effort to dissuade members of his party from following through with their doomed plot when he delivers a speech early in the day.  Sources familiar with McConnell's plans told Axios his speech will center around his fear that the objections will tear his party apart by forcing Republicans to choose between upholding democracy and alienating a hugely influential GOP figure in Trump.   Meanwhile Trump has placed his hopes on...
    Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco chose a sweet formal family portrait for their annual Christmas card, which was shared online by a royal fan.  The snap shows Princess Charlene, 42, standing with her arm around Prince Albert, 62, as they pose next to a lavishly decorated Christmas tree with their six-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.   Royal fan Kat, who is behind the Instagram account katsroyalletters, shared the photo online along a snap of the message inside, which reads: 'May the spirit of Christmas be with you throughout the New Year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year 2021.'  It is unclear whether the photo was taken before or after Charlene had her head partially shaved in a dramatic new style. The royal debuted the bold, punk-inspired look at an outing earlier this month. United: Princess Charlene and Prince Albert of Monaco chose a sweet formal family portrait for their annual Christmas card, it has been revealed.  The snap (pictured) shows Princess Charlene, 42, standing with her arm around Prince Albert, 62, as they pose...
    Fact check: Doctors Without Borders has ended operations in U.S. Suspect known as ‘Psycho’ wanted by police after skeletal remains of 3 people turn up in Colorado Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail If you want to see Prince William and Kate Middleton like you've never seen them before, then this fun face swap app will be right up your street. REFACE enables users to morph one famous face onto another's body - and the AI technology also works with your own selfies, transposing them onto popular gifs, giving you the chance to live out your dreams of becoming your favorite celebrity. We tested out the free app on some other famous faces, from Harry Styles to Kate Middleton - with hilarious results.
    A Long Island man who police were attempting to help ended up under arrest after he became aggressive and began fighting with officers and spitting in their faces. Elis Fernandez, 23, of Valley Stream, was arrested around 11:43 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 15, after officers responded to his home for a report of an ill person in need in Elmont, said the Nassau County Police. When they arrived, Fernandez, immediately became aggressive with officers, police said.  He began flailing his arms in an aggressive manner and spit in both officers’ eyes and faces, police said. Officers were able to gain control of Fernandez and placed him under arrest before being transported to a local hospital for medical evaluation. Fernandez was charged with harassment and resisting arrest and was arraigned on Monday, Nov. 16.
    Spain's runaway former king is facing a new criminal probe over the use of credit cards linked to foreign accounts. Spanish anti-corruption prosecutors are reportedly investigating Juan Carlos over expenditure in the years after his June 2014 abdication when he lost his constitutional protection against prosecution as a serving monarch. Respected Spanish news website Eldiario.es says the probe extends to his wife Sofia and other relatives including some of their grandchildren, but not the country's current king, his former journalist wife Letizia or their two teenage daughters. The expenditure linked to the cards, said to have been paid from an account Juan Carlos and his family are not named on, is understood to correspond to the years 2016, 2017 and 2018. Spanish anti-corruption prosecutors are reportedly investigating Juan Carlos (pictured with his wife Sofia in 2018) over expenditure in the years after his June 2014 abdication when he lost his constitutional protection against prosecution as a serving monarch RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'The hostility always goes to the woman': Juan Carlos I's... ...
    DEVOTEES parade through the streets with metal spikes piercing their faces for a gruesome ritual in Thailand. Others slice their tongues open with axes in a test of endurance at Phuket's annual Vegetarian Festival. 9A Taoist devotee parades at the Phuket Vegetarian FestivalCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Followers abstain from eating meat and undergo pain trialsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Some cut their tongues with axes as part of the ritualCredit: Getty Images - Getty The holiday island's nine-day festival honours the Nine Emperor Gods of Taoist beliefs. Through the festivities, followers abstain from eating meat and having sex in an effort to cleanse their souls. Some also prove their devotion by taking part in ritualistic self-mutilation and pain trials. As well as piercing and cutting their faces, participants will run over coals and climb ladders with razors on the steps. The beating of drums helps them enter a trance like state in which they say they are possessed by gods and feel no pain. In previous years devotees have also pierced their cheeks with bizarre objects such as bicycles,...
    A California county with a population of 177,000 and the highest rate of new coronavirus infections in the state is facing lockdown after health officials reported that 274 students at a supernatural ministry tested positive for COVID-19 as a leader affiliated with the school and a megachurch called masks 'worthless'.   In a now-deleted video shared on Instagram, Beni Johnson, an evangelical church leader, claimed that face masks are 'worthless'. Johnson, who is a high-ranking official at the Bethel Church in Redding, California, says she was visiting 'a cute little town over on the coast' and standing in line to buy some food without wearing a mask. 'There is way too much security in a freaking mask that doesn't even work,' Johnson says in the video. She said people in the line moved away from her and when she got to the counter to order, she was told she had to wear a mask, even though she had pulled her sweatshirt over her mouth. Scroll down for video   In a now-deleted video shared on Instagram, Beni Johnson (pictured in red),...
    Female celebrities are already generally considered the most beautiful women in the world — but a strange new Instagram trend has people Photoshopping stars to make their looks align more with today's popular hair and makeup trends. One such account is @goddess.women, which edits red carpet photos of everyone from Selena Gomez and Rihanna to Kate Winslet and Jennifer Aniston to make their skin smoother, their lips plumper, and their lashes more dramatic. The practice certainly has fans, with @goddess.women sharing edits with 184,000 followers — but it has critics, too, with some social media users accusing the account of changing the stars' images without their permission and promoting unrealistic beauty standards. Better? A new Instagram trend has people Photoshopping stars to make their looks align more with today's popular hair and makeup trends (pictured: Miley Cyrus, right is edited) Wait a minute! One such account is @goddess.women, which has even edited stills from TV shows, like this one of Jennifer Aniston (right picture edited) Heavy duty: Even Kate Winslet in Titanic got the...
    Face masks have more or less become part of daily life as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.  Too make them a bit more bearable, some firms have given customers the opportunity to buy ones with a custom design.  Cameron Mattis, from New York, thought he'd come up with a very bright idea when he decided to use a photo of the lower half of his face, in the hope the mask would 'blend in'. But in revealing the pictures of him wearing the mask on Twitter, Cameron said the picture of his face was printed 20 per cent too big, making him look ridiculous.  His tweet, which went viral and was liked more than 600,000 times, prompted dozens of people from the US and the UK to reply with their own pictures of their 'face' masks.  Here Femail reveals some of the funniest face mask fails, including Cameron's original.   Too make face masks a bit more bearable, some firms have given customers the opportunity to buy ones with a custom design. Cameron Mattis, from New York, opted for a...
    Nearly a month after pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin is facing new “collateral consequences” of having a felony conviction. They include the loss of her beloved country club membership and, possibly, the ability to vote in the Nov. 3 presidential election. This is even before her she learns Aug. 21 whether she’s going to prison and for how long. Right after Loughlin, 55, and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, 56, were charged in the college admissions the TV star lost acting work, playing wholesome Aunt Becky in a “Full House” reboot and being featured on the Hallmark Channel. Loughlin has since been dumped by friends who have “been very critical” about her actions, People reported. The social backlash continues with People and TMZ reporting that Loughlin and Giannulli resigned from the exclusive Bel-Air Country Club, where they had been long-time members. Their mansion looks out over the club’s golf course. The couple’s resignation comes after a debate broke out among members over whether they should be temporarily, or permanently, bounced from the club, People reported. The club’s...
    “The Gypsy King” Tyson Fury met Deontay Wilder earlier this year as he snapped the ‘Bronze Bomber’s undefeated streak. Wilder was riding on the verge of many records before he met Fury in February. This included his inspiration, Muhammad Ali’s record of most title-defenses. Moreover, he even lost his WBC belt to Fury. However, this doesn’t make him any less of the champion than he has established himself as with a stunning record of 42-1-1. However, many robbed Wilder of his well-deserved credibility in the sport after his first loss. Many even believe that fighters like Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte, too, can beat Wilder. Nevertheless, Tyson Fury shut everyone with thoughts of the like in a recent interview with iFL TV. He said, “Wilder beats Joshua, he beats Whyte, Jarrell Miller. There’s nobody who can beat Deontay Wilder. Are you joking? The ‘Bronze Bomber’? One-touch on their faces and they’re gone forever. Goodnight Vienna! He would do to Whyte and Joshua what he did to Dominic Breazeale. Put them unconscious in round one. They ain’t got the skills I’ve...
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