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Pope Francis has declared Mother Teresa of Calcutta, known as the “saint of the gutters” during her lifetime, a saint, just 19 years after her death.
Parents and school owners, who spoke to Vanguard yesterday, lamented the bad economic situation, with proprietors stating that since resumption their schools have been witnessing a low turnout of returning pupils.
The Chinese tech tycoon who bought gay dating app Grindr is paying his wife an eye-watering $1.1 billion in a massive divorce settlement. Zhou Yahui, the chairman of online gaming firm Beijing Kunlun Tech, has agreed to transfer hundreds of millions of shares in the firm to his wife, Li Qiong, according to a stock exchange filing this week.
For starters, the repaired car was painted black and had its seats trimmed in red. The car originally left the factory in January of 2004 with Ferrari’s signature Rosso Corsa red paint on its exterior and black leather on the seats. Other non-standard items include an infotainment system combining satellite navigation, a Bose stereo system and a reversing camera.
Despite great strides made by the international women’s rights movement over the years, women and girls around the world are still married as children or trafficked into forced labour, sex and slavery. They are refused access to education and political participation, and some are trapped in conflicts where rape is perpetrated as a weapon of war The rights of women over the years have been suppressed and frustrated by the societal perceptions, culture and norms. Obviously, from all the recent societal vices, women are still very much at risk of gender based violence, now more than ever and there are no signs of this getting better any time soon. The rise in women battering, rape and human trafficking cases all across the nation is simply awful.