Daily Mail - Australia
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Kristy Ardo, 25, from Arizona, is known for her quick workout programs that she does alongside her sons. She took to Instagram to show off her body five months after giving birth.
Daily Mail - Science
an hour
ABC News - South Australia
an hour
The body of a man who ran into the ocean while being chased by police on South Australia's West Coast is recovered from the water.
BBC News 24
an hour
We want that cutting, definitely. What effect has it had on the town? This town? Yes. It's killed it. Is it a price worth paying to come out of the single market in order to control immigration? I think so, yes. You've got to control it in some way. # Walking back to happiness...#. At the Boston Body Hub, it's 60s dance work out.
BBC News 24
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My son's three-year-old daughter lost a leg. Another grandson, aged seven, lost a hand. My family's houses were all destroyed. TRANSLATION: We don't know what's hidden in our future. The war has damaged all of us. My cousin lost her leg. I saw with my own eyes my other cousin, his intestines were out of his body.
Daily Mail - Australia
an hour
She's made a living from posing in bikinis on Instagram.
BBC One London
2 hours
As a right corner which I played, you do not think this throw can get there. Throwing across the field, across his body, there was nowhere else he could put that, amazing.
Kent Online
2 hours
Two men will finally get the recognition they deserve nearly eight decades after they died while serving their country.
Beijing Bulletin
2 hours
Recharge the body and mind by giving yourself permission to press pause on whatever youre doing. Take a deep breath, be still, and quiet the mind. Its time t
TIME - Top Stories
2 hours
People started gathering around 8 a.m. for an event expected to last all day. Thousands of men joined women to show support. And many came as families, like Hannah Waldman, a consultant who is pregnant with a daughter and was accompanied by her 5-year-old son, Leonard. I want him to feel the energy, and I want him to see that people care about this, Waldman said, as her boy held a bright green sign that said My body, my choice! But she was there to send a message to Trump, too. I want him to know were not going to sit back for four years, she said, and just watch while he strips away essential, basic rights.
BBC News 24
3 hours
Is it a price worth paying to come out of the single market in order to control immigration? I think so, yes. You've got to control it in some way. # Walking back to happiness...#. At the Boston Body Hub, it's 60s dance work out. The project is largely EU-funded, but most here voted Brexit. Many worried about levels of immigration and the impact on their town. It's got too much now. So.
ITV4
3 hours
They have to give him a body swerve. We have been talking a lot about Chris Eubank Jr fighting here on ITV in a fortnight. Here is some shameless nostalgia. Eubank-Benn from yesteryear.
TIME - Top Stories
3 hours
People started gathering around 8 a.m. for an event expected to last all day. Thousands of men joined women to show support. And many came as families, like Hannah Waldman, a consultant who is pregnant with a daughter and was accompanied by her 5-year-old son, Leonard. I want him to feel the energy, and I want him to see that people care about this, Waldman said, as her boy held a bright green sign that said My body, my choice! But she was there to send a message to Trump, too. I want him to know were not going to sit back for four years, she said, and just watch while he strips away essential, basic rights.
ITV4
3 hours
He made the right decision of chipping at the body throughout. That was a peach of a shot and probably broke a couple of his ribs and that is what has ended it. You could see the joy on his face at the end. it. You could see the joy on his hard-working man.
Collective Evolution
3 hours
The planes we’d heard were not in sight, but what captured our rapt attention was a silvery, lozenge-shapedbug,” as my mother later described it, that was clearly visible in the searchlight beams that pinpointed it. Although it was a clear, moonlit night, no other details could be discerned, despite the fact that, when we first saw it, the object was hanging motionless almost directly overhead. Its altitude is hard to estimate, especially after all these years, but I’d guess that it was somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 feet. This may explain why we didnt see the orange glow reported by several eyewitnesses in Santa Monica and Culver City, where the object was apparently much lower. (One witness suggests that this glow may simply have been the reflection of shell bursts against the object’s “silverybody.) The official explanation for the event ranged from nothing happened to balloons, but all those who've studied this phenomenon in depth know that it's been wrapped in secrecy for a very long time and the lid is just beginning to blow.
ITV4
3 hours
Was you getting frustrated? -- shot. Earlier I was getting a bit frustrated. I like to set a high pace and he was being negative and slowing the pace down. But as the fight went on it really started to tell on his legs. He wasn't moving as much, wasn't slipping as much, and I started to break him down. good body shot, it is like a split second delay and then your legs betray you and then you can't breathe.
ITV4
3 hours
When I was hitting him in the head, he was going boom, boom, boom. But when I got him with that, and once that shot went in I felt my knuckles touches ribs, I think. It was from the sixth that you really started to pile the pressure on. I am always on the front foot and I could feel him starting to wilt. My team Telling me I had to keep jabbing going to the body at, through the middle. going to the body at, through the going to the body at, through going to the body at, going to the body going to the body, Through the middle.
BBC Two England
3 hours
All of a sudden, out of the blue, he's shown great character to get back in this match. That was a tough clearance. It was his last chance, a dog's chance so to speak. A good snooker on Barry Hawkins. Now, we know how easily matches can turn. You look at Joe's body language in the chair. It's completely different. It's incredible. He's alert, ready for it. Exactly. He was a beaten man before.
ITV4
3 hours
-- body shot. Absolutely. He is involved in every round, but he didn't do enough to win the rounds. He was an awkward opponent and very frustrating, but that was a building punch. -- belting,. frustrating, but that was a building punch. -- belting. Let's get the announcement of this verdict. Ladies The contest came to an end after two minutes and 22 seconds of round number nine.
ITV4
3 hours
Zoltan Szabo standing on the ropes, and then he went over to the side and stood there on the ropes, taking big risks. A super left hand to the body. There it was. What a building shot. Just under the right elbow of his opponent, into building shot. Just under the right picked his shots very well indeed.
ITV4
3 hours
I don't think he is going to beat the count. The mouthpiece had been spit out by a cracking left-handed the body by Robbie Davies Jnr. He makes cracking left-handed the body by over Zoltan Szabo like an accordion and left him unable to beat the count.
ITV4
3 hours
Seeing he is so dominant now, would Davies look Can Davies become the first man to stop Zoltan Szabo by putting him on the canvas or forcing the referee to intervene? That is a sickening body shot and it sends Zoltan Szabo to the canvas.
ITV4
3 hours
His legs are too square. He is taking risks. Davies, and the right-hand goes in. A lovely short right uppercut there, but Zoltan Szabo is taking too many risks for me. The body language in the corner was not too good at the end of that round. Do you want to go on? For me, the signs were not too good in the corner.
ITV4
4 hours
He is setting his opponent up with that right hand over the top. He keeps plugging away at the body, taking the attention from offensively and the shots beginning to jot the head of Zoltan Szabo.