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    SCOTT BOOTH has been appointed the new head coach of women’s second-tier outfit Lewes. The former Birmingham City chief is taking charge of the club on a two-year contract with immediate effect. 1Scott Booth has taken charge of Women's Championship side Lewes ahead of next seasonCredit: Rex And the appointment comes six months on from Birmingham parting company with the Aberdeen-born coach who was brought in as a replacement for former Blues boss Carla Ward. Booth, 50, who began his managerial career at Scottish League Two side Stenhousemuir, takes over from interim boss Craig Gill Gill led the team to an eighth-place finish in the Championship after taking up the reins last October with the side winning nine of their 22 games this term. Booth said: "I'm absolutely delighted to take up the role at Lewes FC. “It’s a fantastic club run by extremely professional and committed people. This was a key aspect for me in joining. READ MORE SUN STORIESDON-ERL KEBAB Haaland indulges in KEBAB PIZZAS and sweet & sour chicken despite strict dietTEN OUT OF TEN How Man...
    THESE days, people will pay for anything, including a service that helps them choose a baby name. In fact, one woman turned her passion for understanding the meaning behind baby names into a full-time job that can make her up to $30K a name. 3Taylor A. Humphrey names other people's babies for a livingCredit: Mark Andrew Culp 3She began her business in 2018 after having a life-long fascination with name meaningsCredit: Getty Taylor A. Humphrey, 33, began her journey back in 2015 when she started sharing her favorite baby names and their meanings on social media. "I found there was a very high engagement considering how few followers I had," she told The Sun in an exclusive interview. "When I began posting on Instagram, people were coming to me about their love for names. "I was always a name nerd, so I was very surprised there were a lot of us." Read More Lifestyle ExclusivesSMOOTH MOVES We moved into a VAN together months after meeting– what life on the go is likeSPEECHLESS I’ve been a wedding planner for...
    A NEW twist in the case of the deaths of model Christy Giles and her friend, sees the suspect battling a new rape charge. Actor David Pearce, 39, who is currently being held on suspicion of manslaughter, has now asked a judge to reduce his $3.4 million bail and let him free. 4Christy Giles and her friend Hilda Marcela are suspected to have died from drug overdosesCredit: Jan Cilliers 4David Pearce has been charged with sexually assaulting four womenCredit: Hollywood.com Pearce who was arrested in connection with the deaths of Christy and her interior designer friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales Arzola, was charged with sexually assaulting four other women. In court documents filed this week, his attorney argued that prosecutors filed “old” rape allegations against Pearce in order to keep him in jail while gathering information about the case, the New York Post reported. Defense attorney Jacob Glucksman has asked the judge to decrease the bail to $100,000 and added that his client is willing to wear a GPS ankle monitor. He wrote: “This case attracted media attention because of the very unfortunate...
    A pair of women who have accused former Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment reacted to the news Tuesday that the disgraced former governor will not be prosecuted for allegedly groping ex-staffer Brittany Commisso in 2020. Fellow Cuomo accusers Alyssa McGrath and Virginia Limmiatis said through their attorney that while they were disappointed in the outcome, they were not surprised. 'Unfortunately, our penal laws and system frequently do not properly punish the acts of so many abusive men in power,' their lawyer Mariann Wang said in a statement. 'Cuomo's conduct was nonetheless unlawful and deeply harmful to the women who were subjected to it, as the Attorney General and Assembly found in their reports. 'My clients remain grateful for those investigations and above all to the other women who had the courage to come forward. Cuomo and men like him should not be in positions of power.' Cuomo accusers Alyssa McGrath and Virginia Limmiatis said through their attorney that while they were disappointed in the outcome, they were not surprised Albany County's district attorney confirmed Tuesday that he will not be prosecuted...
    LEICESTER CITY WOMEN are on the hunt for a new manager after sacking Jonathan Morgan following eight defeats in eight WSL games. The Foxes have struggled in the top tier following their promotion from the Championship with the team yet to pick up a single point in the league. 3Jonathan Morgan has become the third WSL manager to be axed from their role this termCredit: Getty And their 1-0 home loss to Everton on Sunday saw them eclipse Yeovil Town and Doncaster Belles who are the only two sides to have lost their opening seven games in the division. Morgan’s assistant Michael Makoni and his sister Holly, who is first-team coach, will be also leaving their roles at the club. In a statement, Leicester said: "All three have played an important role in the development of LCFC Women, particularly since the club turned professional following its acquisition by King Power in August 2020. "The football club would like to place on record its thanks to Jonathan for everything he has helped the club to achieve during his time as manager, which...
    EVERTON have parted company will Willie Kirk who was the manager of the club’s Women’s Super League side. His exit comes after almost three years at the helm of the Toffees who have lost three of their five opening top-flight games this term. 2Everton are on the hunt for a new boss after parting company with Willie KirkCredit: Reuters And it also comes ten months after the Scot signed a new contract with the Walton Hall Park team, who were beaten by 5-1 Manchester City in a League Cup group stage clash.   In an official statement on their web site, the club said: "Everton can confirm that Willie Kirk has left his position as manager of the club's women's team," said a club statement. "The club would like to thank Willie for his service and wish him well for the future. "Willie was appointed in December 2018 and has played a key role in the progress of our women's team and structure, making the club more competitive in the Barclays FA WSL and reaching the 2020 FA Cup final....
    LONDON (AP) — British police charged a 36-year-old man on Monday with the murder of Sabina Nessa, a primary school teacher killed as she walked to meet a friend in London. The Metropolitan Police force said Koci Selamaj, from Eastbourne on England’s south coast, faced one count of murder. He was arrested Sunday in what police called a “significant” development in their investigation. He is due to appear in court on Tuesday. Nessa, 28, was found dead in a park in Kidbrooke, southeast London, on Sept. 17. Her killing — as she walked through a park just a few minutes from her home — fueled concerns that women aren’t safe on the streets of Britain’s capital. On Friday, hundreds of people held a candlelight vigil in her memory, demanding an end to violence against women. Nessa’s death came six months after the abduction, rape and murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard in south London by a serving police officer. The Everard case shocked the country and also saw people take to the streets to denounce violence against women. Copyright © 2021 The...
    THE RAF pilots who were in charge of Afghan mercy flights have revealed details of their heroic escapades. One described the terror of taking off in Kabul and avoiding a moving bus on the runway by just ten feet — with no lighting. 1Paras chief Brigadier James Martin saluted his troops who sprinted to save women and children from the carnage of the airport suicide blastCredit: Anthony Upton The specifics of their life or death decision-making emerged after they evacuated 14,000 people in less than two weeks following the capital’s fall to the Taliban, with the airport the only route out. Wing Commander Kev Latcham, of 99 Squadron, landed as small explosions were going off. He said the “whole airfield was chaos” as he tried to get 365 people to safety. He revealed: “The airfield lighting went down - it was either due to an explosion or the generator had gone out.” And he had to pull off an emergency manoeuvre to avoid the bus during take-off. He added: “We got airborne about 200 feet from the bus and...
    MEN are STILL in charge of "manly jobs" like taking out the bins and clearing the drains while women tend to do the washing up, the laundry and cleaning the toilet. A study of 2,000 adults found six in 10 still have set chores to look after - despite 74 per cent believing "pink and blue jobs" are totally outdated. 2A study has revealed that chores are still gendered, with the chores women do being different to those done by menCredit: Getty Women tend to take charge of the cooking, dusting and vacuuming, while men are most likely to be responsible for washing the car, unclogging plugholes and the DIY jobs, such as replacing lightbulbs. And in 54 per cent of homes, men are also most likely to handle the lion's share of cutting the grass. But descaling the shower, looking after pets and steaming the carpet are shared equally between household members. Charmaine Warner, a spokesperson for Indesit, which commissioned the survey, said: “Even though ‘pink and blue’ jobs seem like an outdated concept, it does appear that these...
    Kabul (CNN)The busy Kabul street looks almost as if nothing has changed. People rush by, as shopkeepers arrange their colorful merchandise, and police direct traffic.There's one big change, though: There are almost no women here. Since the Taliban took over the Afghan capital on Sunday, women have largely stayed indoors.The Taliban has repeatedly said that women's rights will be protected under their rule, but it is clear that many Afghan women are terrified by the prospect of life under the Taliban. Far fewer women are venturing out into the streets now, compared to just a few days ago. Those who do brave the outside world tend to be dressed more conservatively than before, their faces often covered with niqabs, or veils. The Taliban knocked on her door 3 times. The fourth time, they killed herMany of the educated, fearless women who spent the last decade building their careers are desperately looking for a way out, worried they may be targeted by the Taliban.Read More"I'm thinking about my future, my daughters, what will happened to them if they kill me --...
    JAYNE LUDLOW says she is thrilled to be taking up the reins of managing Man City Women’s rising stars. Ludlow’s appointment as the club's Girls' Academy technical director comes three months after she stood down as Wales Women’s manager after six years in charge. 3Jayne Ludlow wants to help Man City Women's youth players reach the highest levels of the gameCredit: Rex Features The former Arsenal Ladies ace’s new position will see her identify and develop up and coming young players for the WSL giants.   Ludlow, 42, said: “I am excited and honoured to be given the opportunity to join Manchester City Football Club. “I look forward to ensuring that our Academy prioritises personal and football development so that our next generation positively impacts the game and societies of the future.  “I am also committed to helping facilitate a creative, positive learning environment where both coaches and players can thrive and one that enables them to reach the highest levels of the game.”  First team talents who have risen through the ranks of Man City's development squad include...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Los Angeles man and his Nigeria-based brother were charged in San Francisco federal court Monday for allegedly duping women out of millions of dollars through online romance scams. In a joint statement, Acting United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Secret Service Special Agent in Charge James E. Anderson, Jr said Kinston Osagie and his brother, Roland Ighiwiyisi, have been charged with several counts of money laundering. READ MORE: California Loses Congressional Seat, Texas Gains 2 Seats In 2020 U.S. Census Apportionment Osagie appeared in court and was released on a $100,000 bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for July 23, 2021. Ighiwiyisi remains in Nigeria. According to the indictment, Osagie opened at least 18 different U.S. bank accounts between January 2015 and August 2020 which received approximately $6 million in cash, check and wire deposits. Of that amount, the indictment alleges $3 million dollars is traceable primarily to victims of romance fraud. Prosecutors describe the romance scams as online schemes that targeted susceptible individuals looking for romantic partners on dating and...
    A Pakistani singer whose accusations that a pop star groped her sparked the country's #MeToo movement faces three years in jail for 'criminal defamation' over damage to his reputation. Meesha Shafi, 39, claimed Ali Zafar, 40, groped her at a recording studio in his home in December 2017 ahead of a concert in Pakistan, which the two went on to perform in together. Zafar stringently denies the claims that he inappropriately touched  Shafi, and has launched a criminal defamation charge against her due to 'irreparable' damage to his career. The charge carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison.  Eight other people who accused Zafar online have also been charged. Shafi - who is in Canada but will be returning to Pakistan for work - dubbed the legal system 'rigged' adding: 'Which woman has got justice in a case of this nature and at what cost?' Her lawyers will challenge the charge, warning it will stop other women from coming forward with harassment allegations in the future.  Meesha Shafi, 39, (pictured) claimed Ali Zafar, 40, groped her at a recording studio in his home...
    Mary McAleese revealed she was unimpressed by a joke made by Pope John Paul II when they first met. The 69-year-old who served as President from 1997 until 2011, reflected on her upbringing and career in a discussion with Miriam O'Callaghan at Focus Ireland's International Women's Day event. According to Evoke, she cited her first meeting with Pope John Paul II as one of the many encounters with sexism that she experienced during her time as leader. Mary said that the head of the Catholic church joked about her husband Martin McAleese, being married to the President instead of taking charge with the role himself.  Former president of Ireland Mary McAleese, 69, revealed she experienced sexism when she first met Pope John Paul II (pictured) She explained that it wasn't unusual for people to make sexist comments but she demanded an apology, which the Pope was willing to give, while blaming a language barrier for the joke causing offence. Mary said her husband knew better than to be amused by Pope John Paul's comments, saying: 'He kind of looked past me and put out his...
    Pregnant Brittany Matthews Shares Sweet Photo with Patrick Mahomes from Valentines Day Dinner Im literally breaking inside: As COVID-19 leaves millions jobless and struggling, the mental health toll rises Serena leads charge of American women, faces old foe Halep MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Serena Williams will lead the charge of American women in the last-eight of the Australian Open and continue her bid for a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title when she meets a familiar foe in second seed Simona Halep on Tuesday. © Reuters/LOREN ELLIOTT Australian Open Williams, 39, is among three Americans who have made it to the quarter-finals at Melbourne Park this year and Wednesday's clash between Jennifer Brady and Jessica Pegula has ensured that at least one from the country will be in the last four. In contrast, Mackenzie McDonald was the only American male player to make the last 16 stage at this year's Australian Open. "I think it's great for American tennis ... three women in the quarter-finals of a slam, I think that's great," said German Michael Geserer, who coaches Brady. "I know...
    COPS are poised to charge triple killer Levi Bellfield with a string of bludgeon attacks on women. Met officers have written to the fiend, 52, in jail to tell him of their investigation, and plan to quiz him. 6Police are poised to charge triple killer Levi Bellfield with a string of bludgeon attacks on womenCredit: Rex Features They believe they have traced his movements and vehicles as he travelled the country for wheel-clamping contracts. Bellfield was suspected of over 100 assaults when jailed for two of his murders in 2008. Sarah Spurrell, was 23 when bludgeoned in the head by a balaclava-clad man in Hastings, East Sussex, in January 2004. By then, ex-bouncer Bellfield had killed Milly Dowler, 13, in Walton, Surrey, in 2002, and Marsha McDonnell, 19, in London in 2003. Sarah was saved when a car scared off the man. She is sure it was Bellfield. Now 42 the mum-of-two suffers panic attacks and said: “He tried to kill me. Everybody attacked by him deserves justice.” Also in 2004, Bellfield tried to murder Kate Sheedy, 18, in Isleworth,...
    Click here for updates on this story HOWARD COUNTY, MD (WJZ) — At 102 years young, Millie Bailey calls her most recent adventure the thrill of a lifetime. The World War II veteran took to the skies over the weekend for an experience that would scare many people half her age: sky diving. Bailey spent a decade wanting to go sky diving, and now she can cross it off her bucket list. “(I) just always thought it would be a thrill,” she said. “… At one point when we were tumbling in the air, I felt like I was by myself. I thought, ‘Where did the paratrooper go?’” Born in Washington, D.C., in 1918 and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Bailey would go on to join the U.S. Women’s Army Auxiliary in 1942. “I was in charge of the unit, it’s called WAC detachment. I was the commander in charge,” she recalled. Honorably discharged in 1946 as a first lieutenant, Bailey went on to work for the veterans and social security administrations. Once she retired in 1975, she showed no signs...
    HOWARD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — At 102 years young, Millie Bailey calls her most recent adventure the thrill of a lifetime. The World War II veteran took to the skies over the weekend for an experience that would scare many people half her age: skydiving. Bailey spent a decade wanting to go skydiving, and now she can cross it off her bucket list. “(I) just always thought it would be a thrill,” she said. “… At one point when we were tumbling in the air, I felt like I was by myself. I thought, ‘Where did the paratrooper go?'” Born in Washington, D.C., in 1918 and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Bailey would go on to join the U.S. Women’s Army Auxiliary in 1942. “I was in charge of the unit, it’s called WAC detachment. I was the commander in charge,” she recalled. Honorably discharged in 1946 as a first lieutenant, Bailey went on to work for the veterans and social security administrations. Once she retired in 1975, she showed no signs of slowing down, racking up nearly 50 years of...
            by Joseph Weber  Two Delaware women have been indicted on hate-crime and theft charges related to a MAGA cap being taken outside a Democratic National Convention event in Wilmington. The women, Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy, both 21, were indicted Tuesday by a grand jury on charges of second-degree robbery, second-degree conspiracy, endangering the welfare of a child, third-degree assault, attempted third-degree assault, offensive touching and felony hate crimes, according to Delaware Online. The Aug. 20 incident was recorded on what became a viral video that appears to show the women tearing up Trump signs and snatching a MAGA hat from the ground near the site of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s acceptance speech. The video also appears to show a confrontation between the women and adults coming to the defense of a 7-year-old President Trump supporter. Outside the DNC Convention tonight, radical leftists attacked a 7 year old boy. Why? Because he was simply showing his support for President @realDonaldTrump. Truly shameful.pic.twitter.com/rBFzlg2WFu — Students For Trump (@TrumpStudents) August 21, 2020 When one of the women appears to...
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