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Alec Baldwin sues man who accused him of parking spot rage

Alec Baldwin filed a defamation lawsuit Friday against the man who says Baldwin hit him in the face during an argument over a New York City parking space. Baldwin wrote in his lawsuit that contractor Wojciech Cieszkowski’s claim that he was violently assaulted by the actor is “objective

For these women, it's Halloween all year round

Halloween is in full swing, with people across the world ordering their costumes and preparing for the annual holiday. But for some women, Halloween is not just a once-a-year holiday reserved for children. It's a job. Ellie, 21, is a professional body painter and social media star from Edinburgh,

Egypt displays 30 ancient sarcophagi in Luxor

The Egyptian government presented on Saturday a group of 30 sarcophagi more than 3,000 years old in the city of Luxor, the most important discovery of its kind since the 19th century in this archaeological treasure trove. Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anani noted that the find of this group of t

Florida man swims with, rescues 9-foot-long 'real mellow' alligator from pool

By Talia Kaplan A Florida man who chronicled his rescue of a 9-foot-long alligator in a series of photos on his Instagram page says the animal will be used for educational purposes. Paul Bedard of Gator Boys Alligator Rescue was called to a Parkland home on Tuesday and found the gator in a swimmin

Mohamed Salah dresses as Maui from Moana ahead of Liverpool's clash with Manchester United

Mohamed Salah has had no shortage of reasons for celebration during the past 12 months. And the Liverpool star was in the celebratory spirit once again this week, as he marked the birthday of his daughter, Makkah, by dressing up as the character Maui from the Disney film Moana. "I, Maui, bring to

Earth and fire: India pottery village lights up for Diwali

New Delhi - The narrow lanes of Kumhar Gram are buzzing with activity ahead of Diwali as generations of potters race to create clay decorations for customers across the country – and beyond. Known as the “Potter’s Village”, the settlement is home to around 500 families from

Iranian women snap up World Cup qualifier tickets

TEHRAN - Iranian women have snapped up tickets for Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Cambodia in Tehran after they were released for sale via a website. Iranian authorities had assured world governing body FIFA that women would be allowed to attend the game and have set aside sections of the s

Despite 14 stitches and a black eye, Jimmy Carter is back building homes

CNN- Fourteen stitches, a black eye and a large bandage are no match for former President Jimmy Carter, who turned 95 last week. Just hours after suffering injuries from a fall in his home Sunday morning, Carter traveled to Nashville to kick off a week of volunteer work. Despite his injuries, the o

How Mohamed Salah inspired me to become a Muslim

ohamed Salah really and honestly inspired me. I’m a Nottingham Forest season-ticket holder, I can be myself but because I made the declaration of faith I’m a Muslim. I’m still me and that’s what I took from Mohamed Salah. I’d love to meet him, just to shake his hand and

Mocha is the best yemeni coffee

Grown in southern Yemen in a mountainous region with elevations in excess of 4,500 feet, Yemen Arabian Mocha is one of the world's oldest cultivated coffees. It is distinguished by its richness, full body, and chocolaty undertones, which have become synonymous with "mocha" flavor. Arabia Mocha is

Imilchil celebrates mass Morocco wedding

IMILCHIL - High up in Morocco's Atlas mountains, three dozen young Berber couples gathered for a traditional group wedding to the sound of drums and ululating. Near the lakeside village of Imilchil, hundreds flocked to attend the singing and dancing from last Thursday to Sunday under a bright blue

Philippine city turns plastic trash into tulips to fight waste

Manila - A southern Philippine city has turned discarded plastic bottles into flowers to fill a garden of thousands of colorful tulips, capturing tourists’ attention and building awareness about recycling. The tulip garden, which opened on Monday, was built from 26,877 bottles collected from

Same fact about Halloween

Everyone loves Halloween. We get to dress up in costumes, eat tons of candy, and decorate our homes with all sorts of spooky accessories. But while Halloween is one of the most-celebrated American holidays, there's a lot many people don't know about it. To get you up to speed, we've rounded up 30

Why Middle Eastern food dishes are flourishing in London

Foodies in the UK are increasingly turning to falafel, hummus and kofta to fill their stomachs, according to recent findings by research and consulting companies CGA and ­AlixPartners. As the country’s restaurant sector continues to struggle, several American, Italian and French eateries

Solid gold toilet stolen from Winston Churchill’s birthplace

Thieves have stolen a solid gold toilet worth up to $1.25 million from the birthplace of British wartime leader Winston Churchill. The toilet, the work of Italian conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan, had been installed only two days earlier at Blenheim Palace, west of London, after previously being

Brazil Amazon: Old enemies unite to save their land

While the world's attention has been focused on the fires raging in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, indigenous people living there have warned that the policies of President Jair Bolsonaro pose a bigger threat to their existence. Rival groups have now come together to fight the government's plans

Japan halts exhibit of S. Korea’s ‘comfort women’ statue

A Japanese exhibition featuring a controversial South Korean artwork depicting a wartime sex slave has been cancelled after threats of violence as bilateral ties between the countries fray. The cancellation comes as relations between Tokyo and Seoul are soured by bitter disputes over territory and

Woman Falls From 80 Feet High Balcony While Trying a Hard Yoga Pose

Alexa Terrazas, 23, was doing an extreme yoga pose over the edge of her sixth-floor apartment balcony when she slipped and landed on the driveway of her building in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon on Saturday 31-8-2019. An image of Terrazas before ship slipped went viral, showing the y