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How Kacey Musgraves Divorced From ‘The Dress Of Vengeance’ | fashion

Hhow the pandemic wiped out the "revenge dress"? This week, Kacey Musgraves teased her new album and short film. Star crusader. The releases come after their divorce and there are deep echoes of Beyoncé's Lemonade. Billed as a "tragedy told in three acts", the film uses fashion to tell the story of their breakup, but there is no "revenge dress" look.Instead, we saw Musgraves in a series of outfits that seemingly symbolize a mix of tragedy and catharsis. There is a wedding dress that is worn subversively with some extra high heels and beaded eyebrows. There's a bunch of red tulle, a ski mask, and some angel wings. A close-up image of a corset With a Small Sword Through It was posted on his Instagram page after the teaser was posted.Musgraves in Star-Crossed. Photography: YouTube"Th...
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Tour of Spain: Second victory for Magnus Cort, who prevails over the ‘sprint’ in Córdoba | sports

Magnus Cort Nielsen beats Baggioli on the Cordoba line.Manuel Bruque / EFESeneca, made of stone, is in the shade, fountains and little trees, and as he passes his statue, next to an ancient arch, the sweaty passerby thinks of him, like anyone, like this, in the shade, so calm, I too Stoic and I put up with everything they throw at me, and cyclists pass by quickly, without stopping at all in the heat that burns them.On the finish line, as wide as a runway, Magnus Cort Nielsen takes off, launched by a Belgian friend in pink, Jens Keukeleire. His heart beats fast again, pulse and beat, and he beats the sprint the Danish great as his name who can do everything, ahead of the defiant Italian Baggioli, an opportunist who awaits his second, and the magnificent specialists Matthews and Trentin,...
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Thai Police Chief Accused of Killing Suspect in Custody Arrested | Thailand

A Thai police chief accused of torturing and killing an alleged drug dealer while in custody, allegedly in an attempt to extort tens of thousands of pounds, was arrested following a manhunt. Thitisan Utthanaphon, 39, who has been removed from his post as superintendent of the Muang police station in Nakhon Sawan, north of Bangkok, is charged with attempting to extract 2 million baht (£ 44,463) from the suspect. He disappeared days before a video of the incident went viral on social media, but was detained by police on Thursday.As police searched Thitisan's home this week, Thai media showed images of his vast luxury estate, including a collection of expensive sports cars. He reportedly owns 29 cars worth more than 100 million baht (£ 2.2 million), earning him the nickname "Jo Ferrari."...
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Afghan Scholar Chevening Relieved After Evacuation To UK | Afghanistan

A Chevening scholar who came to the UK after being flown from Afghanistan said she is relieved to escape the "hell" of the Taliban government, but is concerned about how the trauma of her ordeal will affect her studies.Afsana Hamidy, 26, arrived at Birmingham airport on Wednesday and will be studying for a master's degree in inclusive education at the University of Roehampton in London. “I have worked for almost two years to get this scholarship. This is the only thing that has given me hope for the future, "he said. “But I'm not sure how my studies will go with the mental situation that I have right now. It is not easy to forget what happened overnight.“I have emotion in my heart but I am nervous for my country, my friends and all the people I left behind. I have a feeling of puni...
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London’s tiny Latin market that won a 17-year battle against a real estate powerhouse

Norberto Paredes @norbertparedesBBC News World22 minutesImage source, Getty ImagesCaption, For Vicky Álvarez, the Seven Sisters Latin market is a place that "makes you feel at home" through music and food.Despite being in the heart of the British capital, here you don't need to speak English to sit down to taste a Colombian coffee, eat an empanada or simply buy one of the many Latin American products that are offered in some stores. For a couple of decades, the Seven Sisters Market -also known as the Pueblito Paisa or Latin Village-, has been a meeting point for the Latin community of London, where it is common to hear screams in Spanish and, from time to time when, a vallenato, a salsa or a reggaeton.But for a few years, many Latin Americans who trade and live there have feared for its...
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Some Jaguars players ‘are not thrilled’ with Urban Meyer’s coaching style: ‘They haven’t got off to a good start’

The Urban Meyer experiment is off to a rocky start in Jacksonville. Meyer has faced a lot of criticism prior to the 2021 NFL season, from his decision to hire Tim Tebow as a tight end to his unwillingness to name the No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence as the starting quarterback for the Los Angeles. Jaguars. (Meyer finally confirmed what everyone else already knew Wednesday, telling reporters that Lawrence is at the top of QB's depth chart.) MORE: NFL Early Picks, Week 1 PredictionsWell, Jags fans, we have more bad news. During an appearance in Tuesday edition of "The DA Show", Pete Prisco of CBS Sports told Damon Amendolara that some Jacksonville players are sharing half-hearted criticism about the former Florida and Ohio State coach. "He's got to change some things. He brought a lot...
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A double attack around Kabul airport kills at least 13 | International

At least 13 people, including several children, were killed Thursday in an attack outside the Kabul airport, according to a Taliban spokesman. The attack is suspected to have been the work of a suicide bomber. Among the many wounded (at least 60, according to the first information) are United States soldiers and Taliban militiamen who were guarding the perimeter of the airfield. Washington and its allies had been warning for several days of the risk of an attack by the Islamic State terrorist group and asking people not to go to the scene.The Pentagon has confirmed that there were at least two explosions, the first at one of the three entrances to the Kabul airport and another at the facilities or near a hotel located a short distance from the airfield. The attack has caused casualt...
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‘It’s really hit us now’: Newquay becomes the Covid capital of England | Cornwall

At first glance, it seemed like a pretty perfect day in the self-proclaimed surfing capital of the UK. The sandy beaches were crowded, the pubs, cafes and shops buzzed.However, I looked a little closer and it became apparent that all was not quite right. A tapas bar was closed because a member of the team had tested positive; a surf shop closed its doors for lunch due to a shortage of staff; a scribbled note pasted in a candy store window summed up the problem - "Covid in Newquay is on the rise" - and urged customers to wear a mask and socially distance themselves.As well as claiming the title of the country's surfing capital, this north Cornwall party town is also, for the time being, the Covid capital of England.The venue is reeling after health officials said nearly 5,000 cases h...
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What is it, when did it come about and where are we going now?

Know the details of the program "Remain in Mexico" 1:35 (CNN) -- The president of the United States, Joe Biden, received a great setback to his government objectives a few days ago: he has to reinstate the controversial immigration policy of the Donald Trump era known as the "Remain in Mexico" program. On Tuesday, the US Supreme Court rejected the Biden administration's request to suspend a lower court order requiring the reactivation of Trump's policy, officially known as Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP). English). Three liberal judges of the Court publicly indicated that they had accepted the request to stop the order of the lower court; however, it was not enough to completely stop the order. Therefore...
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this August is worse than the previous one in the US, according to an expert

Vaccine would remove sequelae of covid-19, according to study 2:09 (CNN) -- More than 100,000 people are currently hospitalized with covid-19 in the United States, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This figure puts the US in a worse situation than it was in August last year. This Wednesday, there were 100,317 people hospitalized with the virus, more than double the 48,851 on the same day last year. Hospitalizations for the covid-19 virus have been increasing in the US for about seven weeks, since the beginning of July. They have almost tripled in the last month and have grown by 10% in the last week alone. With 48.3% of Americans still not fully vaccinated, cases are ...