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After a horror stables fall that split his forehead in half, a showjumper was left “looking like a goldfish.” The 19-year-old needed 17 stitches across her forehead and was left with significant swelling for several days. After a terrifying stables fall that split her forehead in half, an award-winning showjumper was left looking ‘like a goldfish’ with huge bulging ‘golf ball’ eyes. After Christmas, Abbi Diamond was out feeding her Dutch Warmblood, Blue, when she tripped on uneven ground and fell, slamming her head against the kerb. The stable owners rushed the 19-year-old to A&E, where he was shocked to…

Inside Ronnie Spector’s marriage to assassin Phil Spector, who “threatened to kill her and put her in a gold coffin.” Ronnie Spector, the legendary singer, died on Wednesday, at the age of 78. The bee-hived rock ‘n’ roll siren who fronted The Ronettes and sang 1960s hits like Be My Baby and Baby I Love You had a brief battle with cancer. Her band rose to prominence during the girl-group era, touring the United Kingdom with the Rolling Stones and befriending the Beatles. However, Ronnie is said to have lived in fear of her husband, producer Phil Spector, behind the…

Foreign ministers from Russia and Germany will meet in Moscow next week. According to a Russian spokeswoman, Sergey Lavrov and Annalena Baerbock will have an “in-depth exchange of views on the most pressing international issues.” MOSCOW (Sputnik) According to a Russian official, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will visit Moscow next week. The trip will be Baerbock’s first to Russia since taking office in December of last year. Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, made the announcement at a weekly press conference in Moscow. Baerbock will also meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for “an in-depth…

Sudanese civilian rule is being demanded in new protests. Demonstrations are taking place in the capital, Khartoum, as well as other cities. Khartoum is the capital of Sudan. Sudan saw a new round of protests on Thursday, this time calling for the country to be completely governed by civilians. Witnesses said the rallies took place in Khartoum’s capital, as well as Bahri, Omdurman, and Madani. Protesters demanded the return of democratic civilian rule while waving national flags and chanting anti-military slogans. Some of the banners read, “A full civilian state,” “The revolution is a people’s revolution,” “The authority is the…

Victims of rape are furious as a judge overturns the attacker’s conviction and blames the parents for allowing the boozy party. A RAPE victim has expressed her outrage after a judge overturned his decision to convict the teen who assaulted her and held her down at a graduation party. Drew Clinton, 18, was found not guilty of raping Cameron Vaughn, 16, and the verdict was overturned by Judge Robert Adrian, 64, who did not believe he should serve any more time in prison. Adrian defended his decision, claiming that 148 days in custody during the case was “enough punishment” for…

What’s the final word on Elizabeth Holmes? On Monday, January 3, a jury reached a decision in Elizabeth Holmes’ trial. Holmes was the founder and CEO of Theranos, a blood-testing company accused of defrauding patients by taking a vial of blood to test for diseases that didn’t exist. Holmes was found guilty of four charges: three counts of wire fraud and one count of wire fraud conspiracy. Three counts of wire fraud were not resolved by the jury, and she was found not guilty of four other felony charges. On Monday, January 3, 2022, the verdict was read out. According…

After a toilet block conversion, Glasgow’s Queens Park will welcome the new Hugs and Mugs coffee shop. The park’s derelict toilet block has been undergoing extensive renovations for several weeks, and signage has recently been installed at the site, which faces Pollokshaws Road. The construction of a new coffee shop in Glasgow’s Queen’s Park is well underway. Hugs and Mugs will soon be serving coffee to southsiders, according to signage recently installed at the site. A significant renovation of a derelict toilet block has been ongoing for a number of weeks, and signage recently installed at the site reveals Hugs…

After cursing out a judge in Michigan, a puppy mill owner was ordered to pay (dollar)84,000 and give up his dogs. SAGINAW, MI — The owner of 24 dogs seized from a puppy mill in Carrollton Township, Michigan, has been found in contempt of court for cursing out a judge. As a result, he has relinquished ownership of the dogs and owes a five-figure restitution fee. On Tuesday, January 15th, In the case of Joe L Horne Jr., 38, a civil bench trial and forfeiture hearing was held before Saginaw County Circuit Judge Manvel Trice III on November 11. The…

A lottery ticket worth over $400,000 was sold in central Pennsylvania. A lottery ticket worth over (dollar)460,000 was sold in central Pennsylvania. On January 1st, 1. In York County, a prize-winning ticket worth (dollar)462,934 was sold. The tenth position. Penn’s Market, 25 South Penn St., York, will be awarded a bonus of (dollar)500 for selling the winning ticket. The winning ticket was purchased in the (dollar)10 Fast Play game “Willy Wonka Golden Ticket,” which has a progressive top prize of (dollar)100,000. Fast Play games are similar to Scratch-Off games in that they do not require scratching a ticket or waiting…

Italy will hold a state funeral for David Sassoli, the late President of the European Parliament. The ceremony will take place at Rome’s Santa Maria degli Angeli Church on Friday. RIO DE JANEIRO David Sassoli, the president of the European Parliament, died early Tuesday at the age of 65, and Italy will hold a state funeral. The ceremony was decided by the Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Mario Draghi. The journalist-turned-politician, who was born in Florence, was admitted to the hospital in December. His office said Monday that he died on June 26 in Italy as a result of “a…

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