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Nikki Bella Was ‘Really Shocked’ After Gleb Savchenko’s Split

first_imgSavchenko, 37, and Samodanova, 36, announced on Friday, November 6, that they were going their separate ways after 14 years of marriage and two children together. Shortly after confirming their split, rumors of infidelity swirled around the former couple, particularly surrounding Savchenko’s chemistry with season 29 Dancing With the Stars partner Chrishell Stause. Both the ballroom dancer and the Selling Sunset star, 39, denied the cheating allegations.“One thing that I’ve just known from personal experiences is there’s always two sides to every story so keep that in mind,” Nikki, who competed on season 25 of DWTS in 2017, said on Wednesday. “But then I know because things started to fall on Chrishell. So Chrishell came out with a statement and said, ‘We’re only friends,’ ’cause I think people then took that and assumed they were having an affair.”The Total Bellas star admitted that during her experience on the ABC dance competition, she noticed plenty of pros growing close to their celebrity partners. Nikki competed with Artem Chigvintsev, and the duo later sparked a romance outside of the ballroom. In July, they welcomed their first child together, son Matteo, seven months after announcing their engagement. Chigvintsev, 38, is currently competing in the DWTS ballroom with Kaitlyn Bristowe.CHRISHELL STAUSE GLEB SAVCHENKO cheating rumorsChrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko ABC/Eric McCandless- Advertisement – “[Chrishell was] like, ‘We all just get really close. You just get really close with your partner,’ and she starts to talk about that and I’m like, ‘Yeah, right?’” Nikki continued on the podcast. “Then I’m like, ‘Wait! My guy has a partner!’ It’s funny now to be on the other side. … Artem didn’t find it too funny but people were like, ‘[It’s] Sleeping With the Stars,’ and had all these jokes of all these new names of Dancing With the Stars.”Though Savchenko and Samodanova’s split quickly turned messy, the Incomparable coauthor hopes the drama doesn’t sour DWTS‘ reputation.Gleb Savchenko Elena Samodanova cheating rumorsGleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova MediaPunch/Shutterstock“I know people will blame dance. And the one thing is, it is very touchy-feely with the opposite sex so that’s where I think it gets more attention. Or if people are playing a love relationship on a TV screen, I think those get more tension because they’re actually being pretty intimate. But I feel like this can happen anywhere,” Nikki said. “When you have an attraction to someone, that’s it. I know people who were on Dancing With the Stars and they hated who they were dancing with or they became like brother and sister. … I think that’s anywhere you go. If the attraction’s there, it’s there and that’s life and that’s how it happens.”- Advertisement – Still in shock. Nikki Bella couldn’t believe her eyes after learning of Gleb Savchenko‘s recent split from wife Elena Samodanova.“I love Gleb and his wife,” the former pro wrestler, 36, said while speaking with Brie Bella during their “Bellas Podcast” on Wednesday, November 11. “I definitely was shocked. I thought they were doing amazing. It just goes to show you again … what you see on Instagram, you don’t really know what’s going on behind closed doors, right? Because if you look at their Instagram, they just look so happy and all family-oriented.”Nikki Bella People Will Blame Dance for Gleb Savchenko's SplitNikki Bella and Gleb Savchenko Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP/Shutterstock Kelsey McNeal/ABC- Advertisement – Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement –last_img read more

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MEPC factory outlet move

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Boris Johnson leaves hospital

first_imgBoris Johnson left hospital on Sunday to convalesce from coronavirus at Chequers, the country estate of British prime ministers, officials said, a week after he was admitted and then spent three days in intensive care.The 55-year-old leader will not be immediately returning to work, on the advice of his medical staff, a Downing Street spokesman said.”The PM has been discharged from hospital to continue his recovery at Chequers,” he said. “He wishes to thank everybody at St Thomas’ [Hospital] for the brilliant care he has received.”All of his thoughts are with those affected by this illness.”Johnson, who was admitted to the state-run central London hospital last Sunday and spent Monday to Thursday in its intensive care unit, had earlier voiced his gratitude to his carers there.”I can’t thank them enough. I owe them my life,” he said in a first public statement since leaving intensive care. The news of his continued improvement contrasted with the overall picture across Britain, as it braces to pass the grim milestone of 10,000 hospital deaths from COVID-19.The country is now seeing daily death tolls to match those previously seen in Europe’s hardest-hit nations Italy and Spain, after recording nearly 1,000 fatalities on each of the last two days.Despite hopes of hitting a peak, the actual figure may be far higher as the count does not include those who have died in care homes and the community.However, the overall latest number of British hospital deaths — 9,875 — remains well short of the totals in Italy, Spain and the United States. Globally, the death toll from the virus soared past 109,000 this weekend, with more than 1.7 million reported infections.  Britain’s tally of confirmed cases has climbed close to 80,000, but that is thought to be only a fraction of the true level of infections as testing for the virus has been limited. Johnson is the most high-profile leader to suffer from the coronavirus.It is unclear how quickly he will be able to return to work, with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab currently deputising for him. Johnson’s pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds, who also suffered from coronavirus symptoms in recent weeks, thanked his “magnificent” health staff.  “I will never, ever be able to repay you and I will never stop thanking you,” she said on Twitter, adding she felt “incredibly lucky”.”There were times last week that were very dark indeed. My heart goes out to all those in similar situations, worried sick about their loved ones.”Stanley Johnson, his father, also praised the medical team.  “I realize now — I think the whole country realises — how close he came to a crisis situation,” he said.It remains uncertain when Britain might be able to lift stringent social distancing measures rolled out on March 23.Implemented for an initial three weeks, the lockdown is set for a formal review next week and is likely to remain in place until at least the end of the month.Queen Elizabeth II urged Britons to keep staying home, in what is believed to be her first pre-recorded Easter address, released by Buckingham Palace on Saturday evening.”By keeping apart we keep others safe,” the 93-year-old monarch said. “We know that coronavirus will not overcome us.”Her resolute comments came a week after a rare televised address to the nation in which she told people to unite to beat COVID-19.Meanwhile, the government has been forced to defend its rollout of personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical staff during the pandemic.”We are making sure we get the equipment to the front line,” senior minister Alok Sharma said on Sunday, noting a “squeeze on supply” amid “huge global demand for PPE”.Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed Saturday that 19 National Health Service (NHS) staff had died from COVID-19. But he said a lack of PPE was not to blame for any of the cases.However, a senior doctor who has since died pleaded last month on social media with Johnson for better protection against the disease.Meanwhile, evidence is reportedly growing that the pandemic is having a disproportionate impact on people from minority backgrounds, who make up a large proportion of the NHS workforce.Research suggests that more than a third of critically ill coronavirus patients in British hospitals are black, Asian or from another ethnic minority, according to the BBC. Topics :last_img read more

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China’s Wuhan says tested almost a third of residents for coronavirus since April

first_imgRecently, Wuhan has detected several to more than a dozen asymptomatic infections every day. Although those people are all treated in isolation, they still spark concern in the society, Xinhua said.Some experts say the mass testing is unprecedented in scale, and shows the level of concern. Others warn on potential testing errors due to the sheer size of the sampling.On Friday, China reported four new confirmed cases in the mainland for May 14, up from three cases a day earlier, the National Health Commission said in a statement on Friday.All of the new cases were locally transmitted and the number of new asymptomatic cases fell slightly to 11 from 12 a day earlier.The total number of confirmed cases in mainland China now stands at 82,933 while the death toll remained unchanged at 4,633.China does not include asymptomatic virus carriers in its tally of confirmed cases. It also does not disclose the overall number of asymptomatic cases in the country.  Topics : Wuhan, the original epicenter of the new coronavirus outbreak in China, has tested over 3 million residents for the pathogen since April, and will now focus its testing efforts on the rest of its 11 million population, according to state media.Wuhan will conduct tests on everyone in the city, with the goal of getting a clear number of asymptomatic cases as businesses and schools reopen, the official Xinhua News Agency reported late Thursday.The priority will be residents who have not been tested before, people living in residential compounds that had previous cases of the virus, as well as old or densely populated estates, Xinhua said, citing a Wuhan government meeting.center_img Wuhan reported a cluster of infections over the weekend, the first since a virtual lockdown on the city was lifted on April 8, raising fears of a second wave. The latest infections were previously asymptomatic cases, people who had the virus but showed no symptoms such as a fever.Reuters, citing an internal document to district officials, reported on May 11 that the city planned to conduct the campaign of city-wide nucleic acid tests over 10 days.Wuhan has conducted 1.79 million tests from April 1 to May 13, according to Reuters calculations based on daily reports published by the city’s health commission.The official test number for May 14 will be published on Friday.last_img read more

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The Doctor Is In: Answering Your Marijuana Questions

first_imgFamily First Comment: Dr. Jerome Adams is the 20th Surgeon General of the United States. He addresses marijuana-related questions he often receives including those related to the chemical composition and potency of today’s marijuana, associated risks, and what parents and teachers can say to young people about marijuana.Well worth a watchThe Nation’s Doctor, VADM Jerome M. Adams, M.D., answers top questions about marijuana. The U.S. Surgeon General addresses marijuana-related questions he often receives including those related to the chemical composition and potency of today’s marijuana, associated risks, and what parents and teachers can say to young people about marijuana.For more information visit: www.surgeongeneral.govDr. Jerome Adams is the 20th Surgeon General of the United States. His mission as the “Nation’s Doctor,” is to advance the health of the American people. As the Surgeon General, Dr. Adams holds the rank of Vice Admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. In this capacity, he oversees the operations of approximately 6,500 uniformed health officers who serve in nearly 800 locations around the world, promoting, protecting, and advancing the health and safety of our nation.The Doctor Is In: Answering Your Marijuana Questions (Short)The Nation’s Doctor, VADM Jerome M. Adams, M.D., answers top questions about marijuana. The U.S. Surgeon General addresses marijuana-related questions he often receives including those related to the chemical composition and potency of today’s marijuana, associated risks, and what parents and teachers can say to young people about marijuana.For more information visit: www.surgeongeneral.govDr. Jerome Adams is the 20th Surgeon General of the United States. His mission as the “Nation’s Doctor,” is to advance the health of the American people. As the Surgeon General, Dr. Adams holds the rank of Vice Admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. In this capacity, he oversees the operations of approximately 6,500 uniformed health officers who serve in nearly 800 locations around the world, promoting, protecting, and advancing the health and safety of our nation.Surgeon General Adams Releases Advisory on Marijuana’s Damaging Effects on the BrainSurgeon General VADM Jerome M. Adams issues an advisory emphasizing the importance of protecting youth and pregnant women from the health risks of marijuana use.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) | http://www.hhs.gov | HHS Privacy Policy | http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.htmllast_img read more

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Five years of VAT in Dominica, PM says it’s succesful

first_img Share Share It has been five years since Dominica has implemented the Value Added Tax (VAT), and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit on Monday described the tax scheme as successful.“We can consider the first five years to be successful” he said, while he addressed a ceremony to launch the 11th annual tax awareness week at Pastoral Care Centre in Morne Bruce Monday morning.Dominica introduced the VAT on March 01 2006, to reduce doing business costs and “make for more equitable treatment of taxpayers.”The nature isle implemented the VAT after several other countries had put the tax system in place and Prime Minister Skerrit said Dominica can now speak of 90 to 92 percent success with the VAT in place. He said government will continue to assess the VAT “to ensure it remains relevant to our needs.”Meanwhile the Prime Minister who’s also minister for finance, has called on citizens to file in income tax returns as the March 31 deadline draws nearer, or face penalties stipulated in the law.He said those who continue to delay payment of their taxes “will be subject to penalties prescribed in law”, and that the state will do all that is necessary “to collect taxes due to the state.”Skerrit told citizens the taxes they pay go towards the provision of services to the state, and “Revenues earned by the state are for the provision of goods and services to citizens”.The Inland Revenue Division has vowed to publish the names of defaulters.Source: DBS News Tweet 37 Views   no discussionscenter_img Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews Five years of VAT in Dominica, PM says it’s succesful by: – March 21, 2011last_img read more

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Dominica and Falkland Islands share a direct connection – Dr Honeychurch

first_imgLocalNews Dominica and Falkland Islands share a direct connection – Dr Honeychurch by: – November 16, 2011 Historian Dr Lennox HoneychurchHistorian Dr Lennox Honeychurch, on Tuesday highlighted a direct link between Dominica and the Falkland Islands at a cocktail reception held at the Fort Young Hotel.The reception was organized to facilitate the members of the legislative assembly an opportunity to share first-hand their experiences of managing the Falkland Islands economy and internal governance, but also the challenges they face in the United Nations for support for their right to self determination; the very principle enacted by the people of the Commonwealth of Dominica when choosing to become independent from the United Kingdom in 1978.Dr Honeychurch explained that through a library exercise the connection between Dominica and the Falkland Islands was discovered through a little boy.“The head librarian of the public library at Stanley in the Falkland Islands came up to Dominica to investigate a family who had been in Dominica and immigrated to the Falklands. She discovered this because the library in the Falkland Islands had run this little exercise for children who were participating in the library programs to come and write about where their families came from. This little boy wrote a very interesting piece saying that his family was the Bertrand’s; a well known family in the Falkland Islands and that was in the 19th century, they had come from an island in the Caribbean called Dominica”.Dr Honeychurch further explained that the Bertrand family was originally from France but due to the Edict of Nantes had to relocate to Geneva, Switzerland.The teacher, Joan Cameron who passed away two years ago in Argentina, discovered that the Bertrand’s owned the Geneva Estate in Grand Bay.“The Bertrand’s were from France originally and they were protestants, and there was an arrangement called the “Edict of Nantes” where protestants could continue to live in France, but in 1685 there was a revocation of the “Edict of Nantes” and the Bertrand family had to get out of France as soon as possible and they went to live in Switzerland on the banks of lake Geneva in the city of Geneva. When the British were selling land in Dominica, they came and they bought the land which was formerly owned by the Jesuits and they named their new plantation Geneva after Geneva in Switzerland. But by the 1820’s the fortunes of Dominica were declining, and this was a period of slump and they decided that they would go to the busy Falkland Islands…… they sold Geneva estate here in Dominica to the Lockhart family and then went down to the Falklands where there family still lives,” he said.Dr Honeychurch also lent his support to the members of the legislative assembly in determining whether they should retain their link with the United Kingdom.“I would like to support Mike and his other parliamentarians in the efforts that they are making because the key thing is self-determination. I’m the last surviving opposition member that went to London in 1977 to discuss the independence constitution of Dominica and we bargained for our constitution, we bargained for self-determination it was the right of the Dominican people to do so and I firmly believe that it is the right of the Falkland Islands people to decide where they want to stand and this is a key component of any nation’s decision making.”Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img 254 Views   2 comments Tweet Sharelast_img read more

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Naples would be a great destination for Osimhen, says Amuneke

first_img Amuneke is delighted with the progress of the player told Italian journalist, Campo Raffaele of Europa Calcio that Osimhen will be a great addition to the Gennaro Gattuso’s team. “Naples would be a great destination for Victor: he is improving season after season. First at Charleroi, then at Lille and now he could go in a great reality. We are talking about a club with a great history, and the team plays in Europe every year. read also:Amuneke to Rohr: Chidera Ejuke, Awoniyi deserve Eagles chance “He is a quick striker and can score in any way, is lethal. I met him for the first time when he was a kid, and he still had to improve in many aspects” he said. Meanwhile, Osimhen completed his medical on Saturday and the deal could be announced on Wednesday. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former National team coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has backed Victor Osimhen to be a success at Italian side Napoli. Osimhen came into limelight under the guidance of the former Nigeria international during his time as the head coach of Nigeria’s U-17 team. Osimhen was the arrowhead of Emmanuel Amuneke’s side that conquered the world at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World cup in Chile and the striker also finished as the tournament top scorer. After enduring a slow start to life at Wolfsburg, Osimhen departed the club for Belgian side Sporting Charleroi, where he recaptured his form and then secured a move Lille Metropole of France. With less than twelve months after joining Lille, Osimhen is on the verge of completing a deal to Napoli that will see him become the most expensive African player ever.Advertisement Loading…last_img read more

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Baylee Douglass and Jessica Heese rekindle childhood bond as Syracuse transfers

first_imgBaylee Douglass stood in the circle and watched as her best friend, Jessica Heese, entered the batter’s box. Earlier in the game, Heese knocked a home run off the starting pitcher. When Douglas took the circle, Lynn, her father, told her to hit Heese with a changeup to avoid pitching to her. After Heese drew a full count, Douglass drilled Heese with a fastball.“Jess turned around at me and looked at me and threw the bat at me,” Lynn said of the summer league game, “I was like ‘I told her to hit you with a changeup.’”Douglass and Heese spark each other. And for the first time in two years, they’re teammates at Syracuse (6-3). Through seven games, Heese is batting .273 with two RBIs. Though Douglass has struggled, allowing nine earned runs in just over seven innings, she remains in the rotation. They are two of four transfers Syracuse head coach Mike Bosch signed this year.Douglass played two years at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, where she earned Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2015. As a sophomore, she won 18 games with a 1.85 earned run average. Heese, meanwhile, finished 2016 at Southern Illinois-Carbondale with 27 RBIs and third in the Missouri Valley Conference with 14 doubles.The competition between the two in high school turned into motivation and brought them closer. Douglass would often stay with Heese for several days at a time after making the near three-hour drive to Kansas City. Heese’s mother, Stephanie, said she barely knew that they were there. She said they were always out playing softball.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Baylee would pitch, and Jessica would hit,” she said. “And they’d bring whoever else they could with them.”Stephanie Heese remembered a tournament in which the pair played during high school. One cold morning in Athens, Georgia, they were playing against a team with a lot of future Power 5 players.Douglass shut the opposition down. Hitters didn’t figure her out until it was basically over. Offensively, Heese ripped a triple down the right field line against an Alabama-bound pitcher. Yet both Douglass and Heese landed in mid-majors, where they continued to face each other during the regular season.Besides the annual matchup against each other, the competition of mid-majors wasn’t enough. Douglass ripped through batters en route to a 2.04 ERA and Heese finished second on the team in RBIs and fourth in SIU history in single-season doubles. But both players realized their only chance at legitimate competition was to leave, with Douglass saying she urged Hesse to transfer.Heese and Douglass moved across the country and found a home in Syracuse, where Heese starts in the outfield and Douglass pitches. On and off the field, the roommates stick by each other’s sides, whether on trips to Wal-Mart or dinner dates.“We go on more dates than her and her actual boyfriend do,” Heese said.Still, their competitiveness shines through. At summer ball, Heese would take more attempts hitting off of Douglass than anyone else, and she brought that to college. The loser does dishes. As fierce as they may be, the two are each other’s strongest support systems.“It’s just fun having my best friend playing with me again,” Heese said. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 21, 2017 at 12:09 am Contact Matt: mdliberm@syr.edulast_img read more