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The 38-year-old reality star wore a completely see-through body-hugging dress to the 2018 People's Choice Awards. See it here.Politics Mashable
You know the saying: A bit of rain never hurt anyone. Well, that's certainly the message France's army is sending out today, mere days after Trump cancelled a visit to a U.S. war cemetery near Paris due to "bad weather". World leaders that day were marking 100 years since the end of World War One. SEE ALSO: Please enjoy a photo of Emmanuel Macron crushing Donald Trump's hand Images of other world leaders - like Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel - attending Armistice events that day despite the poor weather threw Trump's absence into sharp relief. Per the Associated Press, the White House cited bad weather grounding the President's helicopter. Unis. pic.twitter.com/a3we7hpKDJ - Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) November 10, 2018 Well, two days after Trump's rainy no-show, the French army has weighed in with a rather brilliant tweet. "There's rain, but it's not serious," it reads. "We're staying motivated." #MondayMotivation Il y a de la pluie, mais c'est pas grave 😅 On reste motivé 👊 pic.twitter.com/29hOJ9ITF0 - Armée de Terre (@armeedeterre) November 12, 2018 Even a bit of drizzle might stop the leader of the free world, but it won't deter these soldiers. WATCH: Apple lovers, look no further: You can now buy pillows of the most iconic products - Mashable DealsU.S. Good Morning America
Police are hailing a young girl's parents for teaching her how to handle "stranger danger" after she asked a man who approached her for a "code word" when he tried to lure her in his van. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office released a warning after the 11-year-old girl apparently thwarted a possible kidnapping.World The Telegraph
An Air Astana passenger jet spiralled out of control in the skies above Portugal on Sunday as its pilots attempted to wrestle the malfunctioning aircraft to the ground safely. The flight crew confirmed to Air Traffic Control (ATC) that the Embraer ERJ 190 - capable of carrying 100 passengers - had become “completely uncontrollable” and asked for assistance as it jerked, soared and plunged above Lisbon. Flight KC1388's flight path Credit: FlightRadar24.com Air Astana has confirmed that the plane, which had a crew of six on board but no passengers, managed to land safely at Beja Airport, a little-used runway 90 miles from the capital. Two Portuguese F16 fighter jets were scrambled to accompany the plane - operating as Flight KC1388 - as it descended. The five-year-old plane’s erratic flight path, as monitored by aircraft-tracking website FlightRadar24, attracted concern from a number of users of social media, who said it must have been “an absolute flight from hell”. Audio recordings of the conversation between the flight deck and ATC reveal the pilot declaring “mayday”, before contemplating “ditching” the aircraft into the sea. At one point the pilot tells the control tower: “Heading to the sea, we need a ditching.” The ordeal lasted around an hour and half, as the plane pinballed across the sky, gaining and losing altitude sharply. The aircraft’s pilots were praised on social media for landing safely. Flight-tracking shows the plane's erratic altitude and speed Credit: FlightRadar24.com “Hats off to the pilots for dealing with what seems like an extreme flight control malfunction,” wrote one. Another said: “A brilliant job by the pilots under extreme pressure.” Records showed that the aircraft’s last flight was at the beginning of October, when it was flown to Lisbon, likely for maintenance. Air Astana, the Kazakhstan national carrier, said in a statement that Sunday’s flight was a “ferry flight from the Lisbon Aviation Technical Centre”, adding that “due to technical reasons the crew decided to perform an unplanned landing”. VIDEO: #KC1388 escorted to Beja Airport after the aircraft became uncontrollable due to instrument loss on departure from Lisbon Pilots managed to gain some control and two F-16 Jets from the Portuguese Air Force guided the aircraft to landpic.twitter.com/79wOJXvfra- Flight Alerts (@FlightAlerts_) November 11, 2018 Lieutenant General Manuel Costa from the Portuguese Air Force confirmed to Associated Press that no one was hurt but that it took more than one attempt to land the plane at Beja. Air Astana was founded in 2001 and has its headquarters in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Its only UK destination is London Heathrow.U.S. The Independent
Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke and Gerard Butler are among those whose homes have been damaged or destroyed as two wildfires sweep through California. The singer said she had been left "devastated" after her Malibu home was destroyed in the blaze as California battles one of the most destructive fire's on state record. My animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE made it out safely & that’s all that matters right now," Cyrus wrote on Twitter.Celebrity Dr Phil
A father confronts his 20-year-old daughter’s ex-boyfriend who admits to physically abusing the young woman - and he doesn’t hold back his emotions.
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