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8 locations to talk about over with while you happen to like tequila

by on May 22, 2019 0

Tequila is becoming one of the most popular liquors in the US and the increased interest in tequila has inspired people to travel to certain places to learn about or try new tequilas.There are many places in Jalisco, Mexico, where you can tour tequila distilleries.In the US, major cities like New York City and...

What to Sight on Thursday: ‘The Sizable Bang Understanding’ ends, plus ‘Young Sheldon’ and ‘Right Fight’ finales

by on May 22, 2019 0

We know TV has a lot to offer, be it network, cable, premium channels, or streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Facebook Watch, and elsewhere. So EW is here to help, guiding you every single day to the things that should be on your radar. Check out our recommendations below, and...

Ali Wong and Randall Park suffer squeaky car sex in ‘Continually Be My Perchance’ trailer

by on May 22, 2019 0

Always Be My Maybe 05/31/19 Ali Wong gets a blast from her romantic past in the new trailer for Netflix’s upcoming romantic comedy Always Be My Maybe. Co-written by costars Wong and Randall Park, the film follows childhood friends — celebrity chef, Sasha (Wong) and struggling musician-maintenance man, Marcus (Park) — who, after previously...

Huawei: Which worldwide locations are blockading its 5G know-how?

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images The US decision to ban its companies from using foreign telecoms providers regarded as a security risk is the latest salvo apparently directed against Chinese tech giant Huawei.The US has been at the forefront of an effort to restrict the use of Huawei equipment in 5G mobile networks, citing serious...

Sri Lanka attacks: Where else on this planet bear face coverings been banned?

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images A ban on face coverings in public has come into effect in Sri Lanka, following a series of suicide attacks on Easter Sunday, in which at least 250 people were killed. Any face garment that "hinders identification" was being banned under emergency legislation to ensure national security, according to the...

Plague deaths: Quarantine lifted after couple die of bubonic plague

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The two victims had eaten raw marmot meat and kidney A quarantine imposed in Mongolia after two people died from the bubonic plague has been lifted, allowing a number of tourists to leave the area.The Mongolian couple contracted the illness after eating the raw meat of a marmot,...

Compassionate conservation is ‘seriously erroneous’

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image caption Should brown rats be allowed to breed and multiply without their numbers being controlled? The idea that you cannot kill any animal is "fatally flawed" as a conservation concept, scientists argue.Conservation measures should concentrate on species or habitats rather than individual animals, they observe.Invasive species, they argue, often require mass culling of...

Africa Cup of Worldwide locations: South Africa abet passports for avid gamers

by on May 22, 2019 0

Stuart Baxter is in his second stint as South Africa coachSouth Africa coach Stuart Baxter has named a provisional squad of 30 players to prepare for next month's Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.He is hoping to add two more South Africa-born players, Nikola Tavares and Joel Untersee, to the list if they are...

South Africa elections: Are crime charges rising?

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Police officers in Johannesburg make an arrest South Africa is a country notorious for high levels of crime. All the main parties agree it is a problem.The governing ANC - in power since 1994 - is frank about the situation.Its manifesto - published ahead of the general election...

Africa’s prime shots: 10-16 Might per chance perhaps also 2019

by on May 22, 2019 0

A selection of photos from across Africa this week: Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A Muslim boy reads the Koran in Cairo, Egypt on Sunday during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset... Image copyright Getty Images Image caption On the same day, Muslim worshippers gather to...

South Africa elections outlined in 60 seconds

by on May 22, 2019 0

South Africans are heading to the polls on 8 May, 25 years after the first democratic elections that followed the end of apartheid. The BBC's Vauldi Carelse breaks down the key issues ahead of polls on 8 May - in a minute.

Africa’s top footage: 3-9 Would possibly possibly even 2019

by on May 22, 2019 0

A selection of photos from across Africa this week: Image copyright MARCO LONGARI Image caption On Saturday we see a sea of blue in a rally for South Africa's main opposition party, the DA, ahead of the election... Image copyright MARCO LONGARI Image caption A day later it is the turn of the governing...

South Africa elections: Who controls the nation’s commerce sector?

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images South Africans go to the polls on 8 May, with the African National Congress (ANC) seeking to retain the power it has held since 1994. In the decades since the end of apartheid, the ANC has sought to provide opportunities for the country's majority black population to achieve greater economic...

Julius Malema – South Africa’s radical agenda setter

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright Getty Images Juilus Malema may never be able to shake off the "firebrand" label, but the 38-year-old leader of South Africa's second largest opposition party can no longer be seen as simply a hot-headed politician.The "son of the soil", as he has been styled by his Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has spent...

Tanzania media tycoon Reginald Mengi dies in Dubai

by on May 22, 2019 0

Image copyright IPP Image caption Reginald Mengi's IPP group employs some 3,000 people Tanzanian self-made media magnate and philanthropist Reginald Mengi has died in Dubai at the age of 75.Mr Mengi, through his manufacturing, mining and media conglomerate IPP Group, owned newspapers and radio and TV stations. In 2014, Forbes estimated his wealth at...

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