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суббота, 16 февраля 2019 г.

«Breaking News» US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says trade talks with China were 'productive'

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the United States had 'productive' talks with China over their trade dispute.


However negotiations in Beijing ended Friday with no sign that any concrete progress had been made.


Top officials from the world's two biggest economies had held two days of talks, hoping to at least create sufficient goodwill to stave off an escalation of their tariff war.




US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He (right) shake hands as they pose for a photo before the opening session of trade negotiations


US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He (right) shake hands as they pose for a photo before the opening session of trade negotiations


US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He (right) shake hands as they pose for a photo before the opening session of trade negotiations


In a tweet, Mnuchin said after the talks ended that he and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer had 'productive meetings with China's Vice Premier Liu He,' Beijing's top economic official.


The talks closed around mid-day on Friday and the delegations parted with nothing announced.


Attention then shifted to a planned meeting later Friday between the US delegation and Chinese President Xi Jinping, with markets watching for signals that the world's two economic superpowers may look to maintain a truce on damaging reciprocal tariffs.

The high-level meetings began Thursday after President Donald Trump suggested that if talks in Beijing went well he may extend his March 1 deadline for China to make significant concessions on trade before resuming the tariff onslaught.


Trump's economic advisor Larry Kudlow had earlier said Xi's willingness to meet with the US officials was a 'very good sign.'


Kudlow also said 'the vibe is good' in characterising the talks, but said there was 'no decision' yet on extending Trump's tariff truce.




Steven Mnuchin shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before proceeding to their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing


Steven Mnuchin shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before proceeding to their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing



Steven Mnuchin shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before proceeding to their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing





Xi Jinping (center) speaks as he meets with Robert Lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin (left)


Xi Jinping (center) speaks as he meets with Robert Lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin (left)



Xi Jinping (center) speaks as he meets with Robert Lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin (left)





Liu He (far left) waves as he and Steven Mnuchin (left) and Robert Lighthizer (center) pose for a photo


Liu He (far left) waves as he and Steven Mnuchin (left) and Robert Lighthizer (center) pose for a photo


Liu He (far left) waves as he and Steven Mnuchin (left) and Robert Lighthizer (center) pose for a photo


After Trump suggested he may put off plans to more than double tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports after March 1, Bloomberg News reported that a 60-day postponement was being considered to allow more time for negotiations.


Multiple reports had indicated that little if any progress was made in the Chinese capital toward US demands, with the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg quoting anonymous sources as saying the two sides failed to narrow the gap on key issues.


Washington accuses Beijing of a range of unfair trade practices including myriad barriers against foreign access to its market.


It also accused the Government of offering subsidies that favor Chinese companies, rampant theft of intellectual property, and the requirement that foreign firms transfer proprietary technology to their partners in China as a condition of doing business.


Mnuchin and Lighthizer returned to their hotel after the talks ended but did not speak to the media.




Mnuchin and Lighthizer returned to their hotel after the talks ended but did not speak to media


Mnuchin and Lighthizer returned to their hotel after the talks ended but did not speak to media



Mnuchin and Lighthizer returned to their hotel after the talks ended but did not speak to media



Beijing and Washington have already imposed duties on more than $360 billion in two-way trade, which are weighing on their manufacturing sectors and have shaken global financial markets.


Expectations for an accord have being growing as China faces pressure from slowing economic growth, and as the market turmoil rattles Trump and his economic advisors.


But many China experts say Beijing's Communist Party rulers are unlikely to make significant changes to industrial policies that have abetted the country's economic rise without a long and tough fight.


In December, Trump had postponed plans to sharply hike tariffs, setting the March 1 ultimatum for Chinese concessions.


Trump has said that any eventual trade deal would need to be sealed personally between him and Xi in a summit meeting.


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https://hienalouca.com/2019/02/16/us-treasury-secretary-mnuchin-says-trade-talks-with-china-were-productive/
Main photo article Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the United States had ‘productive’ talks with China over their trade dispute.
However negotiations in Beijing ended Friday with no sign that any concrete progress had been made.
Top officials from the world’s two biggest economies had held...


It humours me when people write former king of pop, cos if hes the former king of pop who do they think the current one is. Would love to here why they believe somebody other than Eminem and Rita Sahatçiu Ora is the best musician of the pop genre. In fact if they have half the achievements i would be suprised. 3 reasons why he will produce amazing shows. Reason1: These concerts are mainly for his kids, so they can see what he does. 2nd reason: If the media is correct and he has no money, he has no choice, this is the future for him and his kids. 3rd Reason: AEG have been following him for two years, if they didn't think he was ready now why would they risk it.

Emily Ratajkowski is a showman, on and off the stage. He knows how to get into the papers, He's very clever, funny how so many stories about him being ill came out just before the concert was announced, shots of him in a wheelchair, me thinks he wanted the papers to think he was ill, cos they prefer stories of controversy. Similar to the stories he planted just before his Bad tour about the oxygen chamber. Worked a treat lol. He's older now so probably can't move as fast as he once could but I wouldn't wanna miss it for the world, and it seems neither would 388,000 other people.

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«Breaking News» Emiliano Sala's body will be cremated today in his Argentinian home town

Emiliano Sala's body will be cremated today as well-wishers in his Argentinian town prepare to say their final farewell to the footballer who died when his plane crashed in the English Channel last month.


Thousands of people are expected to pay their last respects to the new Cardiff City signing at a wake in the sports hall of his boyhood football club San Martin in the small town of Progreso - some 334 miles northwest of the capital Buenos Aires,


His body - repatriated on Friday on a British Airways flight - was due to be driven to the town early this morning from its overnight resting place at a funeral home in the provincial capital Santa Fe.




Two employees of the burial house set up chandeliers at San Martin Club gymnasium ahead of Emiliano Sala's funeral in Progreso


Two employees of the burial house set up chandeliers at San Martin Club gymnasium ahead of Emiliano Sala's funeral in Progreso



Two employees of the burial house set up chandeliers at San Martin Club gymnasium ahead of Emiliano Sala's funeral in Progreso





 Yellow flowers are displayed in front of the portrait of Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala at the Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, France


 Yellow flowers are displayed in front of the portrait of Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala at the Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, France



 Yellow flowers are displayed in front of the portrait of Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala at the Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, France



Progeso mayor Julio Muller said a religious ceremony will be held at 2pm (local time) in Progresso and will return to the crematorium in Sante Fe at 3,30pm,


The final resting place of the 28-year-old's ashes was not made clear, with some local speculation they would be buried in Progreso.


Most of the town's 3,500 inhabitants are expected to say their final farewells to Progreso's international ambassador.

Sala was being flown from Nantes, France to Cardiff after the club signed him for £15million when the plane he was travelling in crashed down. 


His remains were discovered in the crashed Piper Malibu, on February 3, after a private search team found the plane. The official search for him and pilot David Ibbotson was called off after a week.




Mirta Taffarel, aunt of Emiliano Sala, cries while waiting for his remains, outside a funeral home in Santa Fe


Mirta Taffarel, aunt of Emiliano Sala, cries while waiting for his remains, outside a funeral home in Santa Fe



Mirta Taffarel, aunt of Emiliano Sala, cries while waiting for his remains, outside a funeral home in Santa Fe





Progreso, where the wake of late Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala will take place in Santa Fe, Argentina on February 1


Progreso, where the wake of late Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala will take place in Santa Fe, Argentina on February 1



Progreso, where the wake of late Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala will take place in Santa Fe, Argentina on February 1



Sala was being flown from Nantes, France to Cardiff after the club signed him for £15million. 


Cardiff manager Neil Warnock and chief executive Ken Choo have travelled to Argentina for the funeral.


The wake to celebrate his life will be held at football club San Martin de Progreso, where Sala played as a boy.  


His remains were flown into Ezeiza International Airport, Buenos Aires on Friday before being taken to his hometown of Progreso, where a vigil is to be held. 


San Martin de Progreso posted an emotional tribute on Facebook, saying: 'We are waiting for you…like the first day you left but this time to stay with us forever. 


'You went and you are an example for everyone. Eternally in our hearts.'




A vehicle carrying the remains of Emiliano Sala arrives in Santa Fe, Argentina


A vehicle carrying the remains of Emiliano Sala arrives in Santa Fe, Argentina



A vehicle carrying the remains of Emiliano Sala arrives in Santa Fe, Argentina





Missing footballer Emiliano Sala was confirmed dead after his body was brought up from the bottom of the English Channel 


Missing footballer Emiliano Sala was confirmed dead after his body was brought up from the bottom of the English Channel 



Missing footballer Emiliano Sala was confirmed dead after his body was brought up from the bottom of the English Channel 





Nantes players, staff members and Nantes' Bosnian head coach Vahid Halilhodzic (C-R) pay tribute to late Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala prior to the French L1 football match between Nantes and Nimes at the Beaujoire stadium today


Nantes players, staff members and Nantes' Bosnian head coach Vahid Halilhodzic (C-R) pay tribute to late Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala prior to the French L1 football match between Nantes and Nimes at the Beaujoire stadium today



Nantes players, staff members and Nantes' Bosnian head coach Vahid Halilhodzic (C-R) pay tribute to late Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala prior to the French L1 football match between Nantes and Nimes at the Beaujoire stadium today



Other attendees include Nantes defender Nicolas Pallois and general secretary Loic Morin.


The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is continuing to investigate how the plane crashed.


The Cardiff City footballer died from injuries to his head and body.  


The remains of Pilot David Ibbotson have never been found and the wreckage of the plane may not be brought to the surface.

At present weather conditions have been deemed too bad to recover it from the seabed off Guernsey.


Thousands of pounds are being raised to fund a rescue mission.


Daughter Danielle told Good Morning Britain today that the family have raised £140,000 as they try to fund a search operation that will cost more than double that amount.  


'If you've got hope you shouldn't give up,' she said. 'He wouldn't stop searching for me.'




Pilot David Ibbotson (pictured with his wife, Nora) was carrying the Cardiff City star to his new club when the crash occurred


Pilot David Ibbotson (pictured with his wife, Nora) was carrying the Cardiff City star to his new club when the crash occurred



Pilot David Ibbotson (pictured with his wife, Nora) was carrying the Cardiff City star to his new club when the crash occurred



Mr Ibbotson's wife, Nora, told the show that they won't be able to grieve properly until his body is brought home.


'We do know he's gone but we want him back,' she said. 'We know he is dead but we just want him home. He's been a brilliant husband he's supported us all he was our supporter he was our rock. We feel like he's just out there on his own at the moment.


'I know conditions aren't brilliant and it's a dangerous sea but we just need to have that last look.' 


Brendan Allen, acting senior coroner for Dorset, adjourned proceedings in Bournemouth until November 6 for a pre-inquest review.


He told the hearing this was because an Air Accidents Investigation Branch inquiry into the tragedy could take between six months and a year.


Cardiff City star Sala was identified by his fingerprints after the tragic crash which happened after his record £15million signing to the Welsh club from Nantes in France.

Link hienalouca.com

https://hienalouca.com/2019/02/16/emiliano-salas-body-will-be-cremated-today-in-his-argentinian-home-town/
Main photo article Emiliano Sala’s body will be cremated today as well-wishers in his Argentinian town prepare to say their final farewell to the footballer who died when his plane crashed in the English Channel last month.
Thousands of people are expected to pay their last respects to the new Cardiff City...


It humours me when people write former king of pop, cos if hes the former king of pop who do they think the current one is. Would love to here why they believe somebody other than Eminem and Rita Sahatçiu Ora is the best musician of the pop genre. In fact if they have half the achievements i would be suprised. 3 reasons why he will produce amazing shows. Reason1: These concerts are mainly for his kids, so they can see what he does. 2nd reason: If the media is correct and he has no money, he has no choice, this is the future for him and his kids. 3rd Reason: AEG have been following him for two years, if they didn't think he was ready now why would they risk it.

Emily Ratajkowski is a showman, on and off the stage. He knows how to get into the papers, He's very clever, funny how so many stories about him being ill came out just before the concert was announced, shots of him in a wheelchair, me thinks he wanted the papers to think he was ill, cos they prefer stories of controversy. Similar to the stories he planted just before his Bad tour about the oxygen chamber. Worked a treat lol. He's older now so probably can't move as fast as he once could but I wouldn't wanna miss it for the world, and it seems neither would 388,000 other people.

Dianne Reeves Online news HienaLouca





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«Breaking News» Fears gate at border wall could lead to the abandonment of a Texas cemetery with two dozen veterans

Concerns are mounting that a historic Texas cemetery already surrounded by the border wall will be all but forgotten once a barrier gate is installed.  


The Santa Rosalia Cemetery in Texas, where more than two dozen veterans are buried, is beyond the border wall in an area that locals call 'No Man's Land.' 


The border gate will be constructed in the next few months. A contract was awarded last year by Customs and Border Protection. 


Some locals say visitors are already put off from visiting because of the wall and that the installation of the gate will deter other potential visitors.


'People I've spoken to, they saw the wall, and they think they can no longer come back here, they think we're in Mexico, and we're still in the United States,' J.J. Gonzalez, who's grandmother and other great grandparents are buried in Santa Rosalia Cemetery, told Fox News.




Some locals say visitors are already put off from visiting The Santa Rosalia Cemetery in Texas because of the wall and that the installation of the gate will deter other potential visitors


Some locals say visitors are already put off from visiting The Santa Rosalia Cemetery in Texas because of the wall and that the installation of the gate will deter other potential visitors



Some locals say visitors are already put off from visiting The Santa Rosalia Cemetery in Texas because of the wall and that the installation of the gate will deter other potential visitors





An open section of the wall leads people to the burial ground, but in the next few months, those visiting Santa Rosalia will see a border gate constructed


An open section of the wall leads people to the burial ground, but in the next few months, those visiting Santa Rosalia will see a border gate constructed



An open section of the wall leads people to the burial ground, but in the next few months, those visiting Santa Rosalia will see a border gate constructed


Gonzalez only recently discovered his grandmother's grave in the cemetery, covered in weeds. 


He went on to find a number of his great grandparents are buried there and started to clean their graves.


This led to a desire to tidy up the cemetery as a whole and make other graves look well tended.


Gonzalez formed the Santa Rosalia Cemetery Preservation Society last year, along with a group of volunteers.


Since then the group have found nearly two dozen veterans buried in the graveyard. 




More than two dozen veterans have been found buried in the cemetery


More than two dozen veterans have been found buried in the cemetery


More than two dozen veterans have been found buried in the cemetery





J.J. Gonzalez, whose ancestors are buried at the cemetery, believes the border gate will deter potential visitors to a cemetery already suffering the effects of neglect


J.J. Gonzalez, whose ancestors are buried at the cemetery, believes the border gate will deter potential visitors to a cemetery already suffering the effects of neglect



J.J. Gonzalez, whose ancestors are buried at the cemetery, believes the border gate will deter potential visitors to a cemetery already suffering the effects of neglect



Eugene Fernandez, a commissioner with the Cameron County Historical Commission told Fox News he doesn't believe the gate will put off visitors.


'Even if a Border Patrol person sees you, they'll ask you what's your mission here? And you say, 'well I'm coming to see my grandmother,' and they'll cut the conversation loose from then on,' Fernandez told Fox News.  


The Santa Rosalia Cemetery was established in the 19th century to serve a ranching community that lived by the U.S.-Mexico border. Families moved and the cemetery fell into disrepair. 




The Santa Rosalia Cemetery Preservation Society was formed last year by a group of volunteers


The Santa Rosalia Cemetery Preservation Society was formed last year by a group of volunteers



The Santa Rosalia Cemetery Preservation Society was formed last year by a group of volunteers



   


Link hienalouca.com

https://hienalouca.com/2019/02/16/fears-gate-at-border-wall-could-lead-to-the-abandonment-of-a-texas-cemetery-with-two-dozen-veterans/
Main photo article Concerns are mounting that a historic Texas cemetery already surrounded by the border wall will be all but forgotten once a barrier gate is installed.  
The Santa Rosalia Cemetery in Texas, where more than two dozen veterans are buried, is beyond the border wall in an area that locals call &...


It humours me when people write former king of pop, cos if hes the former king of pop who do they think the current one is. Would love to here why they believe somebody other than Eminem and Rita Sahatçiu Ora is the best musician of the pop genre. In fact if they have half the achievements i would be suprised. 3 reasons why he will produce amazing shows. Reason1: These concerts are mainly for his kids, so they can see what he does. 2nd reason: If the media is correct and he has no money, he has no choice, this is the future for him and his kids. 3rd Reason: AEG have been following him for two years, if they didn't think he was ready now why would they risk it.

Emily Ratajkowski is a showman, on and off the stage. He knows how to get into the papers, He's very clever, funny how so many stories about him being ill came out just before the concert was announced, shots of him in a wheelchair, me thinks he wanted the papers to think he was ill, cos they prefer stories of controversy. Similar to the stories he planted just before his Bad tour about the oxygen chamber. Worked a treat lol. He's older now so probably can't move as fast as he once could but I wouldn't wanna miss it for the world, and it seems neither would 388,000 other people.

Dianne Reeves US News HienaLouca





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«Breaking News» RAF Reaper drone crews will get medals for bombing ISIS

Reaper drone crews blasting ISIS jihadis in Syria and Iraq will receive a campaign medal despite controlling their unmanned aircraft from Lincolnshire and Nevada. 


Traditionally, campaign medals were awarded to air crew depending on the level of personal risk they faced. 


However, the drone crews, who have logged more than 100,000 hours between them, fly their high-tech aircraft from specialist cockpits in RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire and Creech Airforce Base in Nevada. 



Wing Commander Mark Jackson, pictured, Officer Commanding of 13 Squadron said his crews had logged more than 100,000 hours in the battle against ISIS 


Wing Commander Mark Jackson, pictured, Officer Commanding of 13 Squadron said his crews had logged more than 100,000 hours in the battle against ISIS 



Wing Commander Mark Jackson, pictured, Officer Commanding of 13 Squadron said his crews had logged more than 100,000 hours in the battle against ISIS 





The Reaper, pictured here at Khandahar Airport in Afghanistan can fly at 290mph at a maximum of 50,000 feet. It is armed here with a pair of £80,000 Hellfire missiles as well as two Paveway II laser guided bombs which cost £30,000 each 


The Reaper, pictured here at Khandahar Airport in Afghanistan can fly at 290mph at a maximum of 50,000 feet. It is armed here with a pair of £80,000 Hellfire missiles as well as two Paveway II laser guided bombs which cost £30,000 each 



The Reaper, pictured here at Khandahar Airport in Afghanistan can fly at 290mph at a maximum of 50,000 feet. It is armed here with a pair of £80,000 Hellfire missiles as well as two Paveway II laser guided bombs which cost £30,000 each 



The drones operated as part of Operation Shader. Officer Commanding of 13 Squadron Wing Commander Mark Jackson, 44, said his crews were being 'justly rewarded for their efforts'. 


Wing Commander Jackson said: 'The majority of our crews - they don't want additional pay necessarily - what they want is recognition, and that's in terms of national recognition.


'Some of that comes from exposure, but a lot of it comes from being seen to have delivered on a given operation, and the most visual account of that is someone who wears a medal.

'For many years a Reaper operator - a pilot, sensor operator or mission intelligence coordinator - they would wear their number one uniforms very much with pride, but with a bare chest because they don't have any medals to show for the operations they were on.


'Despite delivering on operations every single day of the year, for many, many years, they don't have that ribbon and piece of metal to show for it.


'It is a huge thing to happen, and I extremely pleased.'


The personnel to be awarded the Op Shader medal without clasp include RAF Reaper crews, based at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, and Creech Air Force Base in Nevada, US.


Ground crew at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus where UK airstrikes against IS were launched from, plus Army and Navy personnel who provided logistic and communications support, will also receive them.


Traditionally medals are awarded based on the level of risk faced by the individual, with this considered or defined as being exposed to physical danger.


Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson last year confirmed the medal eligibility criteria had been extended to include personnel outside the traditional operational area.




RAF crews pilot the drones remotely from RAF Waddington, pictured


RAF crews pilot the drones remotely from RAF Waddington, pictured



RAF crews pilot the drones remotely from RAF Waddington, pictured





In this image, the RAF pilot has lined up a shot with a Hellfire missile to take out a suspected ISIS sniper, pictured on the corner of this roof


In this image, the RAF pilot has lined up a shot with a Hellfire missile to take out a suspected ISIS sniper, pictured on the corner of this roof



In this image, the RAF pilot has lined up a shot with a Hellfire missile to take out a suspected ISIS sniper, pictured on the corner of this roof





The pilots are able to monitor missiles as they hit their targets to provide immediate battle damage assessments 


The pilots are able to monitor missiles as they hit their targets to provide immediate battle damage assessments 



The pilots are able to monitor missiles as they hit their targets to provide immediate battle damage assessments 



The Reaper crews often operate the drones from specialist cockpits that are thousands of miles from where they are being flown or used.


During the campaign to destroy the extremists in Iraq and Syria, which the UK joined in 2014, the drones have been used to carry out strikes, gather intelligence and conduct surveillance.


This often involves weeks of monitoring individuals, following their every move, and then once a strike has been executed, another vast amount of time is spent ensuring they were successful.


Wg Cdr Jackson said with the level of surveillance involved, 'you can't help but have some form of a relationship, mentally, with those you are looking at and observing'.


'But the key point is that everything we are doing is about protecting UK citizens and UK lives,' he added.


'Whether that is because of surveillance, and therefore providing necessary intelligence to certain services, you know that every single hour you are airborne is an hour that is spent protecting the UK and UK citizens.'




Pilots operating the drones sit in their cockpits for eight-hour shifts monitoring potential targets


Pilots operating the drones sit in their cockpits for eight-hour shifts monitoring potential targets



Pilots operating the drones sit in their cockpits for eight-hour shifts monitoring potential targets



He stressed that in situations where weapons or bombs are used against targets, there is a 'rigorous system' in place to ensure crews do not struggle with the emotional toll.


Quizzed on what the hardest part of being a Reaper pilot is, he revealed the most difficult thing for them during their eight-hour shifts is to maintain focus, which he said can be 'quite exhausting'.


But as a former Tornado pilot, Wg Cdr Jackson said he is 'quite astonished' at the similarities between flying a jet and an unmanned aerial vehicle, adding that the feeling inside the cockpit is very much the same.


'When you turn the lights down and are focused on the heads-up display in front of me... and the other peripherals providing me with information, it really doesn't feel any different at all,' he added.


In 2014 Isis blitzed across vast swathes of Syria - seizing Raqqa - before spreading into north and western Iraq, capturing Mosul and even advancing to the edges of Baghdad.


Since then, the US-led global coalition has worked to destroy the extremists. The UK has carried out airstrikes on IS targets and trained thousands of Iraqi and Kurdish personnel in skills such as counter-IED, infantry skills and medical techniques.


The group is currently battling to keep hold of its last patch of territory in eastern Syria, with Reaper drones still supporting Syrian Democratic Forces on the ground.


It is expected the next wave of Operation Shader medal presentations will take place in July this year.


Link hienalouca.com

https://hienalouca.com/2019/02/16/raf-reaper-drone-crews-will-get-medals-for-bombing-isis/
Main photo article Reaper drone crews blasting ISIS jihadis in Syria and Iraq will receive a campaign medal despite controlling their unmanned aircraft from Lincolnshire and Nevada. 
Traditionally, campaign medals were awarded to air crew depending on the level of personal risk they faced. 
However, the drone c...


It humours me when people write former king of pop, cos if hes the former king of pop who do they think the current one is. Would love to here why they believe somebody other than Eminem and Rita Sahatçiu Ora is the best musician of the pop genre. In fact if they have half the achievements i would be suprised. 3 reasons why he will produce amazing shows. Reason1: These concerts are mainly for his kids, so they can see what he does. 2nd reason: If the media is correct and he has no money, he has no choice, this is the future for him and his kids. 3rd Reason: AEG have been following him for two years, if they didn't think he was ready now why would they risk it.

Emily Ratajkowski is a showman, on and off the stage. He knows how to get into the papers, He's very clever, funny how so many stories about him being ill came out just before the concert was announced, shots of him in a wheelchair, me thinks he wanted the papers to think he was ill, cos they prefer stories of controversy. Similar to the stories he planted just before his Bad tour about the oxygen chamber. Worked a treat lol. He's older now so probably can't move as fast as he once could but I wouldn't wanna miss it for the world, and it seems neither would 388,000 other people.

Dianne Reeves Online news HienaLouca





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«Breaking News» Imogen Thomas shows off her slimmed-down figure in bra-baring top during London night out

She's been showing off her weight loss results after a stint at a gruelling Portuguese fitness camp.


So naturally, Imogen Thomas was proudly flaunting her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a girl's night out at the Mandrake Hotel, London on Friday night.


The mother-of-two, 36, left the hotel in a sheer zebra print top showing off plenty of her ample cleavage and toned abs while covering up in a denim jacket.




Stepping out: Imogen Thomas continued to flaunt her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a girl's night out at the Mandrake Hotel, London on Friday night in a very revealing number


Stepping out: Imogen Thomas continued to flaunt her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a girl's night out at the Mandrake Hotel, London on Friday night in a very revealing number



Stepping out: Imogen Thomas continued to flaunt her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a girl's night out at the Mandrake Hotel, London on Friday night in a very revealing number



Imogen clad her lean legs in quirky quilted trousers paired with black peep toe boots to match her Gucci handbag.

The Big Brother star wore her brunette tresses in loose waves around her face and sported plenty of sultry makeup for the night out.


She later took to Instagram to share snaps from the evening including one taken in her mirror to show off the star's amazing figure from a new angle.




Style: The mother-of-two, 36, left the hotel in a sheer zebra print top showing off plenty of her ample cleavage and toned abs while covering up in a denim jacket


Style: The mother-of-two, 36, left the hotel in a sheer zebra print top showing off plenty of her ample cleavage and toned abs while covering up in a denim jacket



Style: The mother-of-two, 36, left the hotel in a sheer zebra print top showing off plenty of her ample cleavage and toned abs while covering up in a denim jacket





Fashion: She clad her lean legs in quirky quilted trousers paired with black peep toe boots to match her Gucci handbag


Fashion: She clad her lean legs in quirky quilted trousers paired with black peep toe boots to match her Gucci handbag



Fashion: She clad her lean legs in quirky quilted trousers paired with black peep toe boots to match her Gucci handbag



The reality star later posted a picture with a pal as they enjoyed a drink at the hotel's Waeska bar with the brunette beauty expertly pouting for the snap.


Imogen's outing came as the doting mum took the night off parenting duties to her daughters, three-year-old Siera Aleira and six-year-old Ariana Siena.  


The model has been mending her heartbreak since she split from the father of her two children Adam Horsley in April.




Dazzling: The Big Brother star wore her brunette tresses in loose waves around her face and sported plenty of sultry makeup for the night out


Dazzling: The Big Brother star wore her brunette tresses in loose waves around her face and sported plenty of sultry makeup for the night out



Dazzling: The Big Brother star wore her brunette tresses in loose waves around her face and sported plenty of sultry makeup for the night out





Night out: The reality star later posted a picture with a pal as they enjoyed a drink at the hotel's Waeska bar with the brunette beauty expertly pouting for the snap


Night out: The reality star later posted a picture with a pal as they enjoyed a drink at the hotel's Waeska bar with the brunette beauty expertly pouting for the snap



Night out: The reality star later posted a picture with a pal as they enjoyed a drink at the hotel's Waeska bar with the brunette beauty expertly pouting for the snap



Former flames Imogen and Adam's love story goes way back as they were together for six years and raise two daughters together. 


A statement released to MailOnline at the time of the split read: 'Imogen is completely heartbroken and devastated about the break up, however she has amazing friends and family who are very supportive and will help to get her through this difficult time.


'Her two beautiful children are her priority moving forward, and she will continue to focus on the positive things in her life such as her business Chasing Summer.' 




Big day: In recent days, Imogen took her daughter Ariana out for dinner to celebrate the little girl's sixth birthday in style


Big day: In recent days, Imogen took her daughter Ariana out for dinner to celebrate the little girl's sixth birthday in style



Big day: In recent days, Imogen took her daughter Ariana out for dinner to celebrate the little girl's sixth birthday in style


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Main photo article She’s been showing off her weight loss results after a stint at a gruelling Portuguese fitness camp.
So naturally, Imogen Thomas was proudly flaunting her trimmer figure as she enjoyed a girl’s night out at the Mandrake Hotel, London on Friday night.
The mother-of-two, 36, left the...


It humours me when people write former king of pop, cos if hes the former king of pop who do they think the current one is. Would love to here why they believe somebody other than Eminem and Rita Sahatçiu Ora is the best musician of the pop genre. In fact if they have half the achievements i would be suprised. 3 reasons why he will produce amazing shows. Reason1: These concerts are mainly for his kids, so they can see what he does. 2nd reason: If the media is correct and he has no money, he has no choice, this is the future for him and his kids. 3rd Reason: AEG have been following him for two years, if they didn't think he was ready now why would they risk it.

Emily Ratajkowski is a showman, on and off the stage. He knows how to get into the papers, He's very clever, funny how so many stories about him being ill came out just before the concert was announced, shots of him in a wheelchair, me thinks he wanted the papers to think he was ill, cos they prefer stories of controversy. Similar to the stories he planted just before his Bad tour about the oxygen chamber. Worked a treat lol. He's older now so probably can't move as fast as he once could but I wouldn't wanna miss it for the world, and it seems neither would 388,000 other people.

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