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The Beach boys in a recording studio in 1962

 

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A young Angela Merkel and her first husband, Ulrich Merkel.

Kandahar, Afghanistan
Pupils leave their classrooms at a school in the city

Photograph: Bülent K?l?ç/AFP/Getty Images

Missouri, US
Mick Jagger, Steve Jordan, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood perform during the Rolling Stones No Filter 2021 North American tour at the Dome, at America’s Center stadium, St Louis

Photograph: Kamil Krzaczy?ski/AFP/Getty Images

Amazing.

Acandí, Colombia
A group of Haitians cross the jungle on their way to Panama as they attempt to reach the US. From Acandí they embarked on foot – carrying lanterns, machetes and tents – on the dangerous five-day trek to Panama through the Darien jungle, battling snakes, steep ravines, swollen rivers, tropical downpours and criminals often linked to drug trafficking

Photograph: Raúl Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images

What a dangerous trek, they must be so desperate.

CENTRE-RIGHT WIN: From left are Franziska Giffey, top Social Democratic Party (SPD) candidate for mayor of Berlin; Olaf Scholz, top SPD candidate for chancellor, and Manuela Schwesig, SPD member and governor of the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, at the party HQ in Berlin, Germany. The centre-left party won the biggest share of votes in Germany's election. Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP Photo

 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been called hypocrites for attending a concert urging action on climate change before leaving on a private jet.  The Sussexes were photographed after landing in a Dassault Falcon 2000 as they returned to their £11 million mansion in Montecito, California. They have previously been criticized for “devaluing” their status as environmental role models by using private jets.  Source:  The Times 

"hypocrites"

Fair enough IMO ... ditto her wearing ultra-expensive designer outfits and jewellery when visiting the underprivileged kids.

John Hinckley was suffering from acute psychosis when he tried to assassinate the US president. (AP: Evan Vucci

 

A US judge, Paul Friedman says he will grant "unconditional release" to John Hinckley, who wounded former US President Ronald Reagan and three other people in a 1981 assassination attempt.  In 2016, Friedman allowed Hinckley to move out of a Washington DC psychiatric hospital, where he had lived for three decades, but imposed restrictions on his travel and internet usage.

Spotted at a Freedom rally in Vancouver

 

 

 

Let's hope she doesn't have to do it.

The Fair Work Commission has backed the right of a business to sack an employee who refused to get a flu shot as required under a public health order.

The commission’s full bench majority upheld the dismissal of a receptionist at a NSW South Coast aged care facility who refused to get a flu vaccination shot.

In April, Commissioner Donna McKenna found the worker’s dismissal by Sapphire Coast Community Aged Care in Bega was not unfair.   She rejected the worker’s unfair dismissal application on the basis that she did not provide evidence of an allergy she claimed had prevented her from getting vaccinated.

On Monday, a majority of the full bench upheld the original decision and dismissed the worker’s application to appeal.

It took a while, but we got there.

All four of Gabby’s parents proudly show their tattoos. “Let it Be” is what Gabby had on her arm and now they do too.

 

Some people may consider this odd behaviour?

 

TIME TO SHINE: English actor Daniel Craig walks on the red carpet at the much-delayed world premiere of the latest James Bond 007 film No Time to Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London 28 September 2021. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty

 

Look forward to No Time to Die

Love Daniel Craig's red jacket :)

Doesn't he look frumpy! 

That jacket doesn't do anything for him. 

I think he looks quite dapper Kate Middleton news: Kate dazzles with Daniel Craig at No Time to Die  premiere | Royal | News | Express.co.uk 

They should have changed the colour of the red carpet

.... sick and tired of seeing men in black undertaker suits.

Wonder who the next 007 will be.

General Mark Milley told a Senate hearing that troops should have remained to encourage peace talks between insurgents and the previous Afghan government

PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP

General Mark Milley has defended making secret phone calls to China during the Trump presidency, insisting that he acted to defuse tensions and assure counterparts that Washington had no plans to attack Beijing

 

We take our mask wearing mandate very seriously.

Wow!!

 

A patient in Beilinson Hospital's COVID ward in Petah Tikva, last week. Credit: Moti Milrod

 

Covid in Israel:  The 17 percent of eligible Israelis who have not received the vaccine account for 85 coronavirus deaths in the past week

Says it all really.

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