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  • Dubai naked photoshoot women will be deported
    Dubai naked photoshoot women will be deported

    Authorities said the women involved in the naked pictures will be deported.

    Dubai naked photoshoot women will be deported. The eleven women were pictured naked on a balcony in Dubai. The 11 naked women, of Ukranian nationality, and a Russian man, the photographer, were arrested on charges of public indecency after the incident. Pictures and videos of the women were posted to social media on Saturday.

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) enforce strict laws on sex and public nudity. Even kissing in public could land you with a jail sentence. After the investigation was completed Dubai’s attorney general, Issam Issa al Humaidan, said the group will be deported. Dubai’s foreign ministry confirmed the women were Ukranian and the photographer had Russian citizenship.

    Other women involved in the shoot were also arrested although their nationalities are as yet unknown. Nudity and other lewd behaviour carry penalties of up to six months in prison and a fine of 5,000 dirhams (£984). The UAE also has tough laws governing expression with people sent to jail for posting comments and videos online which are deemed to be offensive.

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  • Nigel Farage hits out at Harry and Meghan over reaction to Duke of Edinburgh’s death
    Nigel Farage hits out at Harry and Meghan over reaction to Duke of Edinburgh’s death

    Nigel Farage has attacked Harry and Meghan in an interview with Fox News.

    Nigel Farage hits out at Harry and Meghan over reaction to Duke of Edinburgh’s death. He was speaking shortly after the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. The former MEP did not hold back in his scathing attack. Talking about the now ‘famous’ interview with Oprah while the Duke was ill in hospital. He said people’s opinion of them will “drop very fast”.

    Mr Farage said “It was well known that Philip only had a few weeks to live. And yet despite that, despite the fact the Queen must have been in a state of deep distress, they proceeded to do an interview. At which they attacked, effectively, the older members of the royal family.” He believes the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did “their very best to threaten the institution”.

    He added “Given that today is the day that Philip has died, I won’t use the words about Meghan and Harry that I would like to. But I think it was deeply disrespectful.”

    Also he said he felt a line would now be drawn under the fallout from the Oprah interview now Prince Philip had passed away. He went on to say “When people see the tributes pouring in from all over the world, especially from our Commonwealth, which the Queen is the head of and which Philip played such a big role in.

    People will realise what a big deal the British monarchy is.” However he continued his attack of the couple, saying “When people realise, as I have just said to you, that it was known for the last many weeks that he was at death’s door, when people realise that Meghan and Harry went ahead with that interview regardless, throwing around unjustified allegations, I have a feeling public opinion in terms of Meghan and Harry is going to go down very, very fast.”

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to Philip on the website of their foundation Archewell, replacing its homepage with a memorial site and the words: “In loving memory of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh 1921-2021. Thank you for your service… You will be greatly missed.” Harry will most likely attend his grandfather’s funeral although it is as yet unknown if Meghan will accompany him as she is pregnant with their second child.

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Usa News

  • Boston teenager suffered “penis erosions” while having COVID
    Boston teenager suffered “penis erosions” while having COVID

    A report has revealed a Boston teenager suffered from “penis erosions” while having COVID.

    Boston teenager suffered “penis erosions” while having COVID. The 17-year-old, who has remained unnamed, went to Boston Children’s Hospital after suffering from “erosions” and mouth ulcers for three days. He had tested positive for coronavirus the previous week after losing his taste and smell.

    After an examination doctors found he had red lesions on his penis and mouth ulcers. The lesions on his penis were “painless” it was reported. He was treated, however over the next three days the ulcers got worse. The doctors put him on an oral steroid which saw a “marked improvement”.

    Other tests carried out revealed normal levels of blood oxygen and breathing rate. After a few days they re-tested the teen for COVID and a positive result was found. Doctors diagnosed him with “SARS-CoV-2 [coronavirus]–associated reactive infectious mucocutaneous eruption (RIME)”.

    As his mouth ulcers got progressively worse he was given the steroid prednisone as an oral solution every day for four days. Doctors said “This was followed by drastic improvement in his mucositis.” Conclusions from specialists said COVID was a “likely trigger” for the boy’s symptoms.

    Speaking of the teenage patient, the medics wrote. “This case highlights what is to our knowledge the first report of SARS-CoV-2–induced RIME.” However skin symptoms like rashes, chilblains and hives are relatively common among coronavirus patients.

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Portugal News

  • Cross Border Cooperation measures announced between Spain & Portugal
    Cross Border Cooperation measures announced between Spain & Portugal

    Spain and Portugal announced a series of measures on Saturday to strengthen cross-border cooperation, including better access to health and social services for citizens living along their shared 750-mile border.

    Following an annual summit in Guarda, Portugal, the prime ministers of both countries said a new identity card would allow people working on the other side of the border to access health services there.

    The measures are aimed at helping 1.6 million Portuguese and 3.4 Spanish inhabitants along the border, which comprises some of the poorest districts in both countries.

    At a press conference after the summit, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said ambulance services would operate across both countries so that patients could be served by the nearest vehicle, whether from Portugal or Spain.

    Other measures expected include bilingual schools and a joint centre for combating fires. A full package will be announced by the end of the day on Saturday.

    The border has remained open to workers and transport of goods between mid-March to July 1, despite the coronarivus pandemic. But it was closed to tourists, hurting local businesses reliant on tourism. [L8N2E826K]

    “I am in Portugal every day. Everyone knows me,” said Florencio Ramos Ramos from Spain who sells wild mushrooms in his shop in the tiny municipality of Salamanca.

    “But we’ve always been a disadvantaged zone – both the Portuguese side, and the Spanish,” he told Portuguese broadcaster RTP.


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