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    The Pope has said the bombings of children's hospitals and civilian targets in the Russian invasion of Ukraine are 'barbaric' and have 'no valid strategic reason'. The 85-year-old said Ukrainians are being massacred and that he is 'begging for an end to the war', in his Sunday address at the Vatican. Pope Francis spoke to the crowds gathered at St Peter's Square this morning and said: 'In the name of God, let the cry of the suffering people be heard, and let the bombings and attacks stop. 'In the name of God, I ask you, stop this massacre.' Pope Francis (pictured at the weekly Angelus service) said that Ukrainians are being massacred, turning cities like Mariupol into cemeteries and called for the Russian invasion to stop Crowds gathered to show support for Ukraine (pictured) during Pope Francis' Angelus noon prayer in St.Peter's Square, at the Vatican Many signs and flags calling for peace were on display as Pope Francis lead the recitation of the Angelus prayer, where he called the Russian invasion 'barbaric' The head of the Catholic Church prayed to the Virgin...
    DECIDING on a tattoo can be a daunting process, especially if it's your first time and there's plenty of horror stories online to put you off. That's why Fabulous spoke to Iain Parry, a tattoo artist with over 20 years of experience, to find out what questions you should ask to avoid a disaster. 3Tattoo artists should be open books about answering any questions you may have when it comes to their work says IainCredit: Getty What style are you after? One of the first steps to getting a tattoo is knowing what style you’re after. Picking the wrong style can leave you hating your tattoo, that's why it's important to be sure what style you want before booking in with a tattoo artist. Iain says although the internet is full of tattoo designs, you’re best off starting your search looking through tattoo magazines. Searching for ideas online can lead you to get lost in a rabbit hole, as you’ll see so many styles you won’t know what to pick. Plus, the tattoo is less likely to be unique as...
    YOU may think you know everything there is to know about your partner - but trust us, that all changes the second you move in together. Because nothing puts your relationship to the test quite like different sleep schedules, a sink full of washing up or not being able to decide what to watch on TV. 1The expert says these 15 questions could save you a lot of heartbreakCredit: Getty So before you take the plunge and commit to settling down with that someone special, psychologist Dr Carmen Harra has shared the 15 questions that may save you a lot of heartbreak in the long-run. Speaking to the Daily Mail, the author of Committed: Finding Love and Loyalty Through the Seven Archetypes said the first thing you have to do is try and picture your future together. Do you see yourself being with this person for five years? 10? Even 20? The expert says being truly honest with yourself when answering this question will expose any particular traits you may be in denial about. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE...
    This is the moment a so-called Karen trespassed into a family's home in Chicago to complain about the noise of their Christmas party - only to be quickly thrown out by furious family members. The video, posted on TikTok by user KT Ileana, shows a Hispanic family delighting in Christmas celebrations as they open presents in their kitchen on the evening of December 24. Suddenly, a grey haired, bespectacled woman enters through the kitchen door with her arms in the air and says: 'Can I ask you guys to shut it down? 'It's about ten after eleven!' the woman exclaims, pointing at her watch as the stunned family looks on, completely taken aback by her audacity.  After the moment of utter disbelief, one female member of the family steps towards the woman and declares: 'You are not welcome here. Get out of my house right now!' The trespasser, quickly realising her mistake, turns hastily to leave before a second family member steps up to support her relative.  Shouts of 'what?!' and ''in the house?!' can be heard from other family...
    Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Secrets: Who Caused the Most Drama? Disney+ subscriber growth slows and may stay slow until next summer; stock falls One of the most accessible tools in a bettor's bag is taking a home underdog in a prime-time spot.  This week, it's really tough. This week's home underdog is the Miami Dolphins. They're 2-7. They just broke a seven-game losing streak by beating the Houston Texans, maybe the least talented team in football. The Dolphins turned it over five times in that game. They might be without quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who has a fractured finger. The Dolphins haven't said who will start at quarterback.  And if you want to take the tried-and-true home dog in prime time, that's what you get. The Baltimore Ravens are 7.5-point favorites at BetMGM. That line doesn't seem inflated to a point where you feel you're getting too many points with a bad Dolphins team to pass up.  It's hard to explain how Miami fell off so hard. There have been injuries, but that doesn't explain it all. They were...
    President Joe Biden departed for Connecticut Friday and again ignored reporters questions as he marched toward Marine One.  'Can we ask you about inflation?' a male reporter was heard yelling, as the president looked at the group but didn't approach.  Biden is heading to Connecticut and will deliver two speeches - one on investing in child care costs, part of the proposed $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill that is stuck in Congress - and another at the dedication of the Dodd Center for Human Rights, a favor to Biden's former Senate buddy, Chris Dodd.  President Joe Biden departed for Connecticut Friday and again ignored reporters questions as he marched toward Marine One The president has been tight-lipped as negotiations with moderate Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin drag on.  Deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre pointed to the earlier speech, and the tour of a childcare facility in Hartford, when asked by a reporter why Biden cut out time to go to the Dodd dedication.  'And the Dodd Center is focused on human rights. I think that's incredibly important as well, especially...
    DATING is definitely not straightforward and in most cases you'd want to find out some vital facts about the bloke you're seeing before investing so much time. But it could be tricky getting the truth from a man you hardly know at first, which is why dating coach Louanne Ward is here to help. 5Louanne Ward is a dating coach based in AustraliaCredit: louanneward/Instagram The Australian-based dating guru has revealed the burning questions most women want to know about a potential partner, but says how we ask them could be why we aren't getting clear answers. There is a particular way you should approach certain things in a "positive and respectful manner", she told Mail Online, and this will allow you to find your match early on. 1. Are you looking for fun or for something more? Instead of: What are you looking for? 5The dating expert revealed how to find out if your date wants something more seriousCredit: Getty Whether you're looking for a bit of causal fun or seeking a more serious relationship, being on...
    The questions every woman wants to ask a man before dating them have been revealed by a leading dating coach, as well as what you should be asking instead. Louanne Ward, from Perth, said dating is a minefield and it's natural to want to know a few things about someone before you waste weeks dating them.  But there is a way to ask certain things in a 'positive and respectful manner' that will allow you to qualify your dates early on, so you don't let a potentially great match 'slip through your fingers'. The questions every woman wants to ask a man before dating them have been revealed by leading dating coach Louanne Ward (pictured), as well as what you should be asking instead RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Can you spot who this handsome young man is? Old photos of... Office workers reveal the email phrases they can't STAND -... How to make Roll'd at home: Vietnamese rice paper roll chain... 'This is perfect when you have too many coins':......
    New York (CNN Business)Financial advisers aren't just for the super wealthy. Whatever your money concerns or goals may be, there are financial advisers that can fit your needs and budget. More from Financial Empowerment 4 tips for couples looking to manage their finances together Got a money question? There's a TikTok for that Mentors are great. But a sponsor could really help your career While there's always the option to handle your money on your own, hiring a professional can help you manage your money and reach your financial goals."An adviser can provide you with clarity on where you are today, where you want to be in the future and how to bridge the space between," said Andy Mardock, a certified financial planner, and founder and president of VivFi Planning. But before you pick a financial adviser, make sure that person is the right fit for you and your financial situation.Read MoreHave clear goalsIt's important to be crystal clear on what you're seeking to get out of the relationship."Being clear on your financial goals goes a long way when deciding...
    What is the first thing you think of when you wake up? Use those minutes before starting your day to reflect and prepare for job challenges. This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The first hours of the morning are ideal to clear your mind for the rest of the day. As an entrepreneur, one of the best practices is to start your day with upbeat and daring questions that will allow you to visualize what comes next. This helps you be prepared for opportunities throughout the day, opening your eyes for when inevitable challenges appear. We recommend you ask yourself these three questions before leaving bed: 1. Who can I help today? There is a famous phrase of Plato that says “Be kind, because each person you meet is fighting a tough battle.” It’s easy to wake up and have your first thoughts be “I didn’t get enough sleep” or “I’m busy …...
    Official costs of Tokyo Olympics up by 22% to $15.4 billion Laughable medical myths to ignore These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © ViDI Studio / Shutterstock.com 7 Crucial Questions to Ask Before You Retire Abroad The idea of retiring in another country may be appealing, but don’t do so before weighing how living abroad will affect your lifestyle and finances. The cost of living can be cheaper outside the U.S., but there are many other issues to consider. They include your ability to adapt to a foreign culture, overcome language barriers and find access to quality health care. You’ll also need to adjust to living far away from friends and family members. “To move to a place just because you think you can get by cheaply isn’t a good motivation,” says Kathleen Peddicord, author of “How to Retire Overseas: Everything You Need to Know to Live Well (for Less)...
    Amazon’s Alexa home assistant devices can now reportedly guess what users want before they even ask as engineers work to improve the device’s algorithm. ZDNet reports that Amazon engineers have tweaked the Alexa home assistant algorithm to help the device predict users’ requests and offer to resolve them before the user even expresses their needs. In a blog post, Alexa engineers Anjishnu Kumar and Anand Rathi explained some of the improvements they’ve made to the virtual assistant’s algorithm recently. The engineers stated that speaking with Alexa should be as normal and natural as talking to a real person and enabling the technology to predict what is going to be said next in a conversation is key to enabling smooth dialogue flow. The engineers wrote: “Now, we’re taking another step towards natural interaction with a capability that lets Alexa infer customers’ latent goals – goals that are implicit in customer requests but not directly expressed.” A number of sophisticated algorithms are required in order to achieve that level of intelligence for a virtual assistant. Alexa must analyze multiple features in users’ requests and compare...
    FILE PHOTO: Photo illustration of dating app Tinder shown on an Apple iPhone Reuters The dating scene is still alive and well during the coronavirus pandemic. If you want to go on an in-person date, you should first ask them certain questions about their habits and whereabouts to make sure they're on the same wavelength as you with safety measures. Before questioning your prospective date, it's important to consider whether you're carefree or careful when it comes to the pandemic, and then ask your date questions that align with your needs. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Despite the pandemic, dating hasn't stopped. Hinge, a popular dating app, reported a 17% increase in dates both in-person or through video chat from August 2019 to August 2020. But with COVID-19 cases and deaths rising again across the US, it's more important than ever to gauge the safety of meeting your dating app match in person. According to William Schaffner, and infectious disease expert and professor at Vanderbilt University, the first step is understanding your own safety needs. Then,...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider Skye Gould Before deciding to get pregnant, many couples don't discuss in advance the most basic issues around growing a family. Issues related to finances and religion are two of the biggest strains on a relationship after having a baby.  Insider spoke to three therapists about the questions a person should ask their partner before trying to get pregnant. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Having a child may just be the biggest decision a person makes in their lifetime. And yet, many couples often don't discuss the most basic and pressing issues that should be addressed before deciding to get pregnant.  "Rather than hope for the best, and have a spontaneous attitude that 'we'll figure it out,' it's great to have a clear sense of expectations given the known rise in marital distress post children," said  Jenny Taitz, a psychologist and clinical instructor at UCLA's Department of Psychiatry. Insider spoke to three therapists about common divisive issues that come up for couples after having a baby, and the questions they should...
    I am 77 with asthma and went out to eat at three of my favorite places in the Stillwater area the weekend of the Fourth. They are all hurting for customers, but only one (the Gasthaus) had the employees wearing masks. I will not be going back to the others for a while. You do not need to call for reservations because there is a lot of room, but call ahead and ask if all employees are wearing masks before you go. Gordie Rasmussen, Stillwater   Disappointed with this cut I am sad to learn that the outstanding SEED (Supportive Experiential Education) program has been cut from the St. Paul Public Schools budget. SEED offered students who are experiencing a mental illness a wide variety of classes taught by excellent, caring, talented teachers. SEED helped all students within a safe, friendly environment. I hope people who care about people with mental illness will tell the St. Paul Public Schools superintendent and Board of Education that they are disappointed to hear this news. Robin Stryker, St. Paul   Two tiers, for...
    Dr. Anthony Cardillo answered questions from ABC7 viewers, including what safety precautions should be taken before heading back to the hair salon amid the COVID-19 pandemic.One Southern California resident asked how she could best protect herself when returning to the hair salon after several months away. Dr. Cardillo reiterated what he has been saying for weeks about going out amid the pandemic.MORE: Salons to dinner parties: Experts rate the risk of 12 activities"You have to decide what is absolutely necessary and what is a luxury," said Cardillo. "It you don't have to get your hair done, please don't. But if you need to, you have to mask 100%. Do not touch anything in the salon. Don't touch anything that would be shared by other patrons, like a credit card machine. Make sure you maintain six feet from all other patrons in the salon and have as limited contact as you can with the person doing your hair. They need to wear a mask and a shield."Dr. Cardillo also commended on the CDC's removal of a specific age requirement to those...
    A gynaecologist has revealed the 10 most commonly asked questions in her clinic - and explains why it is not uncommon to find sex uncomfortable.  During lockdown, many people have reported struggling to book in a video call with their GP and other medical practitioners. London-based obstetrician and gynae Dr Shree Datta told how patients frequently want to know if they should shave before an appointment and if their vaginal discharge is 'normal'.  Many also quiz her about their periods, and often ask how they can 'fix' their heavy flow.  Here Dr Shree - the in-house expert for feminine intimate healthcare brand INTIMINA - shares the advice she regularly dishes out to women concerned about intimate issues with FEMAIL. Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Shree Datta reveals the 10 most commonly asked questions in her clinicHow do I know if my vaginal discharge is normal?'Discharge is actually a very good sign of your vaginal health – clear or milky discharge is completely normal,' Dr Shree explained.  'It is needed to make sure your vagina is healthy, clean and keeps the bacterial balance...
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