PuneetWarning: Graphic descriptions of sexual violence. A picturesque travel day in India turned into a nightmare for a touring influencer couple who was brutally attacked by a gang of assailants who allegedly took turns raping the woman, local police said Saturday.Fernanda and Vicente, who document their world travels by motorcycle for an audience of more than 140,000 Instagram followers, were passing through the Dumka district in India on their way to Nepal when they were viciously attacked. T
Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis stormed onto the City Ground pitch at the final whistle to confront referee Paul Tierney after Liverpool grabbed a crucial winner nine minutes into added time.
A Chinese makeup artist has gone viral on Chinese social media for her sorcerous skills in making people look significantly younger than their real age. About the artist: Based in Yunnan province, Tuzi owns and runs Starlight Rabbit Portrait Studio, which offers makeup services for 399 yuan ($55) and photoshoot packages from 699 to 2,888 yuan ($97 to $401). Other transformations: Tuzi has featured other Chinese celebrities and social media stars on her channel, including 37-year-old actor Yang Di, who was turned into a “boy band” member, and 72-year-old internet celebrity Grandma Tian, who transformed into a gothic-style doll.
US Army Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges (Ret.) reacts to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s warning to the West about the risk of nuclear war if they send their own troops to fight for Ukraine, saying Moscow has the weapons to strike Western targets.
The cause of Thomas Kingston’s death has been revealed at an inquest opening at Gloucestershire Coroner’s Court. The husband of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent’s daughter, Lady Gabriella Kingston, died from a “traumatic head wound” and a gun was found near Mr Kingston’s body in an outbuilding at his parents' home in the Cotswolds. The court heard that the 45-year-old died on February 25th.
The White House on Friday said the U.S. government was taking seriously an internal watchdog report that the U.S. ambassador to Singapore threatened his staff and failed to submit about $48,000 in travel expenses on time or with proper documentation. Ambassador Jonathan Kaplan, a political appointee, had poor relations with some Singaporean ministries and was often unprepared on issues, the State Department's Office of Inspector General (OIG) said in a report. "OIG found the ambassador did not model integrity, plan strategically, collaborate, or communicate," it said, urging the State Department to assess his leadership and management and, if appropriate, "take corrective action."