Aug 29, 6:11 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Pritha Paul @ZiggyZina143 08/29/18 AT 5:04 AM Jair Bolsonaro, a presidential candidate for Brazil’s 2018 election, tweeted a picture of himself Tuesday, holding a sex education book for children which contained graphic illustrations.“One of the books that teach sex to children in schools that Globo did not want to show!” read a translated version of his tweet.In the past, Bolsonaro attacked Globo, a free-to-air television network in Brazil, multiple times on various issues. The network was launched in 1965 and is credited with having considerable influence over its country’s public and both political and cultural discourse. It was often criticized for its support of the Brazilian military government in the 1960s and the censorship of pro-democracy developments in its news broadcasts.The backlash against the Globo Organizations, the media … [Read more...] about Graphic Sex Education Being Taught In Brazilian Schools, Country’s Presidential Candidate Claims
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Jan 04, 7:33 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Vaishnavi Vaidyanathan 01/04/19 AT 7:32 AM A teen sexually assaulted his female classmate and also made two of his friends record the act in India’s capital New Delhi, police said Thursday.Police said the incident took place in the last week of December inside the washroom of a government school.A senior police officer said the victim was allegedly kissed inside the washroom of the school by the boy, who asked two of his friends to record it, the Hindustan Times reported.The victim informed her parents about the incident after photos and videos of the incident went viral. Her parents then reported the incident to police.The girl told police the boys harassed her and also made vulgar gestures. She felt humiliated when she found out, her other classmates too knew about the incident.Police said all the three boys, aged around 15, were arrested and the … [Read more...] about Boy Sexually Assaults Classmate Inside School’s Bathroom, Friends Film Act
World Young women in white gloves, beige dresses and felt hats emblazoned with the letter “N” flit between rows of sandy-colored Georgian houses in the ancient city of Bath in southwest England. If you’re lucky, you might just see one pushing along a bouncing, hooded, Victorian-style pram. These are the students of Norland College—a prestigious nanny school favored by British royals like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Catherine. With the baby of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry due soon, the college is in the spotlight once again. Some reports suggest the couple will eschew tradition and pick an American nanny over a Mary Poppins-style Norlander, but it’s too early to say for sure. Prince George's nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo (in her Norland Nanny uniform) talks to Queen Elizabeth II as they leave the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate for the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015 in … [Read more...] about Royal Baby: Inside The Elite Training School Where Meghan and Harry Might Find Their ‘James Bond’ Nanny
THE Second World War was one of the most important events in world history, and its effects can still be felt today. Here’s what you need to know about the conflict that plunged the planet into all out war for the second time in the 20th century. When did the Second World War start? The Second World War officially started after Nazi Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. Though many events prior to the invasion contributed to the outbreak of war, Hitler's expansion into the east European country that was the straw that broke the camel's back. The Fuhrer's move into Poland caused both France and Britain to declare war on Germany. Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa all followed suit over the next few days. Throughout 1940 and 1941 yet more countries would be dragged into the conflict as Nazi expansion saw them invade more European nations. Eventually Russia would be drawn into the fray along with the United States following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. … [Read more...] about When did the Second World War start and end, what were WW2’s biggest battles and how many people died?
RUSSIA has launched sinister hooligan clothing ahead of the World Cup. Ruthless ultra fans are getting kitted out to show foreign visitors they mean business. That is despite Kremlin security officials vowing to crack down on troublemakers. They hope to prevent a repeat of the ugly Battle of Marseilles between Russian and English supporters at Euro-2016. But one T-shirt with a skull and crossbones emblem warns in English: “Our courage - your trouble”. The makers say this “completely reflects balance of power” at the coming World Cup — which will be held at a dozen venues in 11 cities with the final in Moscow. Another message on the T-shirt and matching sweatshirt reads: “Welcome FIFA World Cup Russia 2018.” Another design shows a hooded ultra fan surrounded by riot police. The message is “Guess Who - Alright Russian Hooligans”. One more unofficial shirt now on sale on the web in Russia is a mock up of England’s - and … [Read more...] about Russian ultras release T-shirts featuring chilling slogans calling for ‘ultraviolence’ at 2018 World Cup