We Need to Keep Talking About the Lack of Size Diversity at Paris Fashion Week

We Need to Keep Talking About the Lack of Size Diversity at Paris Fashion Week From memorable celebrity sightings (Hi Cardi B, Halle Bailey, Blackpink’s Jisoo, and Lori Harvey) to the chicest street style moments, Paris Fashion Week gave us plenty to rave about. Not to mention the highly photographed runways of enviable looks that set the trends we will

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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ruben Neves in talks EXCLUSIVE, Hibs reaction, James Maddison interest, Aouar latest

ARSENAL lost their first pre-season game of the summer 2-1 to Hibs – a game in which new signing Nuno Tavares didn't play a part in. Meanwhile deals for Houssem Aouar and Albert Sambi Lokonga are edging closer. And The Sun can reveal that Ruben Neves' agent Jorge Mendes is in talks with the Gunners over a £35m move from

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Party plans canned as COVID rules tightened

Rebecca Andrews was expecting a big party with her family for her 40th birthday. Instead, she had to tell half her relatives they wouldn’t be able to attend after Victoria’s COVID-19 restrictions were suddenly tightened last Wednesday night. Rebecca Andrews was forced to halve the number of guests to her 40th when COVID-19 restrictions were tightened on Wednesday.Credit:Justin McManus What

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I'm A Celebrity's Russell Watson reveals ITV are paying for a new set of teeth after he chipped his on his first trial

I'M A Celebrity's Russell Watson revealed ITV are paying for a new set of teeth after he chipped his during his first trial. The singer, 54, took on the gruesome Laughing Stocks trial – which is worth five stars – with West End star Ruthie Henshall when the accident happened. ? Follow our I'm A Celebrity 2020 live blog for

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U.S. slaps sanctions on Syria in push for Assad to end war

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Wednesday imposed fresh sanctions aimed at depriving the Syrian government of funds, and warned that Washington would blacklist anyone doing business with President Bashar al-Assad’s government until he supports a negotiated end to the country’s nearly decade-long war. The sanctions, imposed under the Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act and other measures, come as

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‘No sign’ of Kim Jong-un as rumors swirl about his poor health, Pompeo says – The Sun

MIKE Pompeo has said the US hasn't yet caught sight of North Korea leader Kim Jong-un amid speculation over the dictator's health. The Secretary of State said although his team was monitoring the situation in the secretive country closely, they had no information to report. "We haven't seen him. We don't have any information to report today, we're watching it

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Kharkiv's pro-Russian protesters still mistrustful of Kiev

Some in Kharkiv see Ukrainian government as ‘illegitimate’ and will not vote in Sunday’s presidential elections. Kharkiv, Ukraine – There has long been a sense of separation in Ukraine, with the east closer to Russia and the west having more affinity with Europe.  In Kharkiv, that split deepened five years ago. As Kiev celebrated the overthrow of the country’s pro-Russian President Viktor

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