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Ashley Judd says 'nights are a savage agony' as she recovers from broken leg after Congo rainforest fall
The actress almost lost her leg and suffered nerve damage after tripping over a fallen tree.
A middle school in Mississippi is coming under fire for instructing its 8th-grade students to imagine being enslaved for a school assignment.
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France is navigating its own path as an alternative power to China and the US in the South China Sea as the military build-up continues in the Indo-Pacific, one of the world’s most strategic and volatile regions. After sending its nuclear attack submarine Émeraude through the South China Sea in early February, Paris is to deploy its amphibious assault ship, the Tonnerre, and the frigate Surcouf to sail twice through waters claimed by Beijing, to assert its own presence in the region. As part of its annual Jeanne d’Arc mission, it will also take part in large-scale exercises with the navies of Indo-Pacific partner nations - India, Australia, Japan and the United States. The UK will also conduct joint drills with Japan when it sends its new carrier strike group to the Indo-Pacific later this year, in what has been described by Ben Wallace, the Defence secretary, as the “most significant Royal Navy deployment in a generation.” The UK will team up with US navy for its mission. This week Berlin also announced that a German frigate will set sail for Asia in August and, on its return journey, become the first German warship to cross the South China Sea since 2002, amid growing tensions with China over navigation rights.
A Missouri pastor is reportedly seeking 'professional counseling' after he told women to lose weight and strive to be like Melania Trump for their husbands
Pastor Stewart-Allen Clark of Missouri's Malden First General Baptist Church gushed over an "epic trophy wife" and warned, "don't let yourself go."