Hurricane Ophelia: Thousands lose power as storm hits Ireland

Thousands are without power in southern Ireland as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia reach the British Isles.
The Met Office has warned of "potential danger to life", with winds off the south coast of Ireland reaching 109mph (176km/h) at Fastnet Rock.
In the Republic of Ireland, Met Eireann has issued a red wind warning and the government has deployed the army.
An amber warning for Northern Ireland, west Wales, south west Scotland and the Isle of Man is in force from midday.
The BBC's Ireland correspondent, Chris Page, said it would be the most severe storm to hit Ireland in half a century.
Ophelia is on its way from the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean and it comes 30 years after the UK's Great Storm of 1987.
Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the "dangerous" storm had reached the southern part of Ireland, with trees down and 15,000 people without power.
He said the power will be repaired by ESB Networks when it is safe to do so and advised people to stay indoors until the storm had passed.
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The Met Office said there was a "good chance" Northern Ireland could be hit on Monday afternoon by power cuts, flying debris, large waves in coastal areas and disruption to all travel services.
A yellow warning of "very windy weather" also covers parts of Scotland, the west and north of England and Wales.
Met Eireann meteorologist Joanna Donnelly told BBC Breakfast that "hurricane-force winds" were expected and the "real impact" for the Republic of Ireland will be about midday.

Many ferries, trains, buses and flights across the island have been cancelled.
Dublin Airport said while early morning flights were operating as normal, up to 130 flights are expected to be cancelled when the storm hits later.
Belfast Airport said flights were scheduled to operate as normal, but passengers should check with their airline.
Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways, Qatar Airways, Air France, CityJet, Emirates and KLM have all cancelled some flights due to the severe weather.

Northern Ireland's Department of Education said all schools were closed, in an "entirely precautionary" measure.
All schools and colleges in the Republic of Ireland, where "violent and destructive gusts" are forecast, are also shut.

The Department of Education and Skills said the decision had been made "following discussions with members of the Government Task Force on Emergency Planning and in light of the advice from Met Eireann on this unprecedented storm."
Northern Ireland's chief justice has advised the judiciary that all courts should finish by 12:30 BST.
Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said defence forces were being sent to red weather alert areas - including Wexford, Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford.
It has been downgraded to a category one hurricane by the US National Hurricane Center and is forecast to continue gradually weakening.
Three battalions of soldiers - 1,200 personnel in total - are on permanent standby to deal with major incidents in the UK, but the Ministry of Defence said no specific requests had yet been made of them by local authorities.
The Republic of Ireland's Met Office predicts coastal areas will be hit by winds in excess of 80mph (130km/h) from 09:00 BST on Monday until Tuesday and is warning against unnecessary travel.
Gerald Fleming, head of its general forecasting division, told Irish broadcaster RTE: "The track is very consistent [and] has been for days.
"The strongest winds [will be] along the south coast.

'Huge contrasts'

"That'll be tomorrow morning, and it'll track up the centre again, going up along the western part of the country."
 Monday would be a "day of huge contrasts" with the strong gusts of wind travelling over the Irish Sea and heading north to central and southern Scotland, sparing eastern parts of the UK.
Eastern England is instead expected to enjoy unseasonably warm weather, with temperatures of 22C or 23C on Monday - compared with an average for mid-October of 15C.
Highs of 24C were recorded in the region on Saturday as some parts of the country basked in a "mini heatwave" thanks to warm air brought by Hurricane Ophelia.

Marilyn Manson was in 'excruciating pain' after stage accident

Marilyn Manson has discussed for the first time the "excruciating" stage accident that resulted in a leg injury and nine postponed tour dates.
The singer was crushed when a giant prop gun collapsed on him during a concert in New York on 30 September.
"It was terrifying," said the rock star, who needed a plate and 10 screws in his fibula after the accident.
He told Yahoo news that, contrary to media reports, he was not responsible for the prop toppling over.
"I wasn't trying to climb it," said the 48-year-old.
"It started to fall and I tried to push back and I didn't get out the way in time.
"I'm not sure what I hit my head on, but it did fall on to my leg and break the fibula in two places. The pain was excruciating."

It took several minutes for the stage crew to free Manson, who appeared limp and unconscious.
As well as the injury to his lower leg, the star required a screw through his ankle bone. He has spent the last two weeks recovering at home in Los Angeles.
Manson said he regretted that his tour "got cut off right" just as he "was about to put it into second gear".
But he added, "I'll be back there really shortly, and it's going to be as exciting as it was starting out."
The star has rescheduled several US tour dates for January and February 2018. He is due to play seven UK dates in December.

Somalia truck bombing toll over 300 as funerals continue

Somalia truck bombing toll over 300 as funerals continue
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as this country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever experienced.

More people have died of their wounds in the past few hours, said Dr. Abdulkadir Adam of Aamin Ambulance. Funerals have continued and the government said the death toll is expected to rise.

Saturday's truck bombing targeted a crowded street in Mogadishu, and about 300 others were injured. Somalia's government is blaming the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, which has not commented.

More than 70 critically injured people were being airlifted to Turkey for treatment on Monday as international aid began to arrive, said officials. Nervous relatives stood on the tarmac at the airport, praying for the recovery of their loved ones.

Overwhelmed hospitals in Mogadishu were struggling to assist other badly wounded victims, many burned beyond recognition.

The attack was one of the worst in the world in recent years. It is one of the deadliest attacks in sub-Saharan Africa, larger than the Garissa University attack in Kenya in 2015, in which 148 died, and the U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, in which about 219 were killed.

In addition to Tukey, Kenya and Ethiopia have offered to send medical aid in response to what Somali's government has called a "national disaster," said Information Minister Abdirahman Osman.

Al-Shabab, Africa's deadliest Islamic extremist group, often targets high-profile areas of Mogadishu. Earlier this year, it vowed to step up attacks after both the Trump administration and Somalia's recently elected president announced new military efforts against the group.

The country's Somali-American leader, President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, has declared three days of mourning and joined thousands of people who responded to a desperate plea by hospitals to donate blood.

"This is really horrendous, unlike any other time in the past," said Dr. Mohamed Yusuf, the director of Medina hospital.

Exhausted doctors struggled to keep their eyes open, while screams from victims and newly bereaved families echoed through the halls.

Mogadishu, a city long accustomed to deadly bombings by al-Shabab, was stunned by the force of Saturday's blast. The explosion shattered hopes of recovery in an impoverished country left fragile by decades of conflict, and it again raised doubts over the government's ability to secure the seaside city of more than 2 million people.

The United States has condemned the bombing, saying "such cowardly attacks reinvigorate the commitment of the United States to assist our Somali and African Union partners to combat the scourge of terrorism." It tweeted a photo of its charge d'affaires in Somalia donating blood. But the U.S. Africa Command said U.S. forces had not been asked to provide aid.

The U.S. military has stepped up drone strikes and other efforts this year against al-Shabab, which is also fighting the Somali military and over 20,000 African Union forces in the country.

Saturday's blast occurred two days after the head of the U.S. Africa Command was in Mogadishu to meet with Somalia's president, and two days after the country's defense minister and army chief resigned for undisclosed reasons.

The United Nations special envoy to Somalia called the attack "revolting." Michael Keating said the U.N. and African Union were supporting the Somali government's response with "logistical support, medical supplies and expertise."

It's a 'Yes'! Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner Are Engaged
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner seen out for a walk in Manhattan on May 3, 2017. (Photo: Robert Kamau/GC Images)
Congratulations are in order for Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner: they’re engaged!

The couple shared the happy news with corresponding Instagram posts on Sunday. They each shared an image of the Game of Thrones star with her hand on top of the singer, showing off the stunning engagement ring.

“I said yes,” Turner, 21, captioned the photo. Meanwhile, the 28-year-old singer wrote, “She said yes.”

Jonas and Turner have been dating since November, after they were spotted acting cozy at a concert in the Netherlands. The duo didn’t become Instagram official until January, when Turner posted a picture of Jonas on a boat holding a cigar with the simple caption “Miami Daze.”

As PEOPLE exclusively reported in June, a source close to the musician said that “Joe is taking the relationship very seriously” and Sophie is “different from the other girls he has dated.”

Blue Whale Challenge Game: Part 2

Blue Whale Challenge Game: Part 2

What is Blue Whale Challenge?

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  Media in Chile have reported three cases of children suspected of involvement with 'Blue Whale'. In Antofagasta, a mother reported to the police that her 12-year-old daughter had 15 cuts on her arm that formed the design of a whale. After being interviewed by police officers, the girl confessed that she followed game administrator's instructions while playing this game. A 13-year-old girl in Padre Las Casas claimed to have played the game along with three other friends. The girl reached the tenth stage, also making cuts in her arms. An 11-year-old boy in Temuco accepted an invitation to join the game on Facebook in 2017 from an unidentified woman, but declined to participate after being contacted by a profile named "Ballena Azul". 
A suicide group was founded by a 10-year-old girl in Ningbo, Zhejiang; who posted several photos of her self-mutilation related to the Blue Whale. Since then authorities began to monitor mentions of the game on forums and live broadcasts.

Throughout 2017 media in India has reported several cases of child suicide, self harm and attempted suicide alleged to be a result of Blue Whale,  although no case has been officially confirmed. In August 2017, the Government of India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology requested that several internet companies (including Google, Facebook, and Yahoo) remove all links which direct users to the game. Some commentators accused the government of creating a moral panic. Indian internet watchdog the Centre for Internet and Society has accused the coverage of effectively spreading and advertising a ‘game’ for which there is little evidence. In India suicide was the second most common form of death of children, according to a 2012 report.
In Italy, press coverage of 'Blue Whale' first appeared on 3 June 2016, in the newspaper La Stampa, which described the challenge as "a bad joke".

The debunking site BUTAC reported the total lack of evidence to affirm the game's existence. On 14 May 2017, a TV report by Le Iene about 'Blue Whale' on the national channel Italia 1 linked the challenge to an unconnected suicide in Livorno, Italy. The report showed several suicide scenes, mostly from videos on Live Leak depicting adults unrelated to the challenge. It incorrectly described the footage as evidence of teenagers playing the game. The report interviewed a schoolmate of the Livorno teenager, two mothers of Russian girls who supposedly took part in the game, and the founder of the Russian Center for the safety of children from internet crimes. Following the report, coverage of the challenge in the Italian media increased, with many outlets describing it as real. There was a sharp rise in Google searches for the challenge, and some panic.

On 15 and 16 May, newspapers announced the arrest of Budeikin, without saying that it happened months before. His unconfirmed statements about his supposed victims being "genetical rubbish" were reported as real. Paolo Attivissimo, a journalist and debunker of hoaxes, described the game as "a death myth dangerously exaggerated by sensationalist journalism". Police received calls from terrified parents and teachers, and there were reports of teenagers taking part in the challenge. These included several cases of self-mutilation and attempted suicide. Most reports were considered to be false or exaggerated. Alleged participants were reported from all over Italy: Ravenna, Brescia  and Siracusa.
On May 22, 2017 the Polizia Postale declared that they had received 40 alarms. On the 24th this number was increased to 70. On its website the Polizia Postale defines Blue Whale as "a practice that seems to possibly come from Russia" and offers advice to parents and teenagers.Several alleged cases have since been described by newspapers.
In Nairobi County a student in Kiambu County, had played the Blue Whale challenge. He committed suicide on 3 May at the hotel owned by his grandfather in the city centre.
On September 13, 2017, Pakistan reported its first two victims from the province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KPK
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Three pupils of a primary school in Pyrzyce self harmed, allegedly under the influence of the 'Blue Whale' challenge.
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An 18-year-old girl was admitted to hospital with mutilations on her body in Albufeira after she threw herself from an overpass to the railway line. Police, parents and friends said that the girl had been motivated to do so by a person on the Internet named as "Blue Whale".In an interview with RTP, she said that she felt alone, and lacking affection.
In March 2017, authorities in Russia were investigating approximately 130 separate cases of suicide related to the phenomenon. In February a 15-year-old and 16-year-old threw themselves off the top of a 14-story building in Irkutsk, Siberia after completing 50 tasks sent to them. Before they killed themselves together, they left messages on their pages on social networks. Also in February, a 15-year-old was in critical condition after throwing herself out of an apartment and falling on snow-covered ground in the town of Krasnoyarsk, also in Siberia.

On 11 May 2017, Russian media reported that Philipp Budeikin "plead guilty to inciting teenagers to suicide," having described his victims as "biological waste" and claiming he was "cleansing society." He was held at Kresty Prison in St. Petersburg with charges of "inciting at least 16 teenage girls to kill themselves."

On 26 May 2017, Russian Duma (parliament) passed a bill introducing criminal responsibility for creating pro-suicide groups on social media, in the wake of 130 teen deaths linked to the Blue Whale suicide challenge.[50] On 7 June 2017, President Putin signed a law imposing criminal penalties for inducing minors to suicide.[51] The law imposes a maximum punishment of six years in prison.
On 5 June 2017, a 13-year-old boy committed suicide in his room, where his body was discovered by his mother. The boy used his PlayStation wires to commit suicide. His death has been linked to Blue Whale.
A 13-year-old boy in Velika Plana injured his hand, telling his parents that he had done so because of Blue Whale. The parents reported the case to the police.
In Spain, a teenager was admitted to a psychiatric unit of a Barcelona hospital after her family said she started playing Blue Whale.
In Turkey, a family filed a criminal complaint after their son's suicide, and demanded further investigation regarding the incident. The family told the officials that after their son started playing "the game", his behavior changed rapidly.
In the city of San Antonio, Texas, the body of a 15-year-old was found on 8 July 2017. A cellphone had broadcast the teen's suicide, which is believed to be related to the game.
It is also alleged that the game was tied to a teen girl's death in Atlanta, Georgia.
The sheriff of LeFlore County, Oklahoma, said evidence showed an 11-year-old boy committed suicide in August 2017 while participating in the game.
In the city of Rivera, 450 kilometers from Montevideo, a 13-year-old girl was hospitalized after employees of the school she attended reported injuries to her left arm. Adolescents victimized by the Blue Whale game are being investigated in six departments: Montevideo, Canelones, Colonia, Río Negro, Salto and Rivera.
In March 2017, Romanian Minister of Internal Affairs Carmen Dan expressed her deep concerns about the phenomenon. Mayor of Bucharest Gabriela Firea described the game as "extremely dangerous".

In Brazil, in response to the game, a designer and a publicity agent from São Paulo created a movement called Baleia Rosa (Pink Whale), which became viral. It relied on the collaboration of hundreds of volunteers. The movement is based on positive tasks that value life and combat depression. Also in Brazil, Sandro Sanfelice created the movement Capivara Amarela (Yellow Capybara), which proposes to "combat the Blue Whale game" and guide people seeking some kind of help. Participants are separated between challengers, who are the people who seek help, and the healers, who are kind of godfathers of these people. An Adventist school in southern Paraná, in partnership with other education networks, also sought to reverse the situation by proposing another charity game, the "Jonas Challenge" (referring to the biblical character Jonah, who was vomited up by a large fish three days after being swallowed by it). Other games created in Brazil in response to the Blue Whale were the Baleia Verde (Green Whale) and the Preguiça Azul (Blue Sloth).

In the United States, one site, also called the "Blue Whale Challenge", does not identify as an effort to combat the game, but offers fifty days of challenges that promote mental health and well-being.

Author Glória Perez stated on 21 April 2017 that she plans to include the Blue Whale game in her new telenovela, A Força do Querer. The media also stressed that the phenomenon coincided with the controversy surrounding the Netflix television series 13 Reasons Why, which addresses the issue of teen suicide.

In Belo Horizonte and Recife metropolitan area in Brazil, many schools promoted lectures to talk about the Blue Whale game.The police who are specialized in High Technology Crime Repression (Dercat) in Piauí is preparing a digital primer to warn young people about the dangers of the game.

In May 2017, Tencent, China's largest Internet service portal, closed 12 suspicious Blue Whale-related network groups on its social networking platform QQ. It said that the number of this kind of groups is on the rise. The search results of related keywords was also blocked in QQ.

In August 2017, the Government of India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology made a formal request to several internet companies (including Google, Facebook, and Yahoo) to remove all links directing users to the game.

How to Blue Whale Game? ( Part 1)

Blue Whale (game)

The Blue Whale Game (Russian: Синий кит, translit. Siniy kit), also known as "Blue Whale Challenge", is a 21st-century social network phenomenon that is claimed to exist in several countries, beginning in 2016. The game reportedly consists of a series of tasks assigned to players by administrators over a 50-day period, with the final challenge requiring the player to commit suicide.
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"Blue Whale" came to prominence in May 2016 through an article in Russian newspaper, Novaya Gazeta, that linked many unrelated child suicides to membership of group "F57" on the VKontakte social network. A wave of moral panic swept Russia. However the piece was later criticized for attempting to make a causal link where none existed, and none of the suicides was found to be as a result of the group activities.
While many experts suggest "Blue Whale" was originally a sensationalized hoax, they believe that it is likely that the phenomenon has led to instances of imitative self-harming and copycat groups, leaving vulnerable children at risk of cyber bullying and online shaming. Blue Whale is described as being based on the relationship between participants (or challengers) and administrators. The administrators prescribe a series of duties that players must complete, usually one per day, some of which involve self-mutilation. As of late 2017, participation in Blue Whale seems to be receding; however, internet safety organisations across the world have reacted by giving general advice to parents and educators on suicide prevention, mental health awareness, and online safety in advance of the next incarnation of cyber bullying meme. 

In 2016, Philipp Budeikin, a 21-year-old former psychology student who was expelled from his university, claimed that he invented the game in 2013. He said his intention was to cleanse society by pushing persons to suicide whom he deemed as having no value.Although originally claiming innocence and stating he was "just having fun", Budeikin was arrested and held in Kresty Prison, St Petersburg and in May 2016 pled guilty to "inciting at least 16 teenage girls to commit suicide."  He was later convicted on two counts of inciting suicide of a minor.

In June 2017, postman Ilya Sidorov was arrested in Moscow, also accused of setting up a "Blue Whale" group to encourage children to self-harm and ultimately commit suicide. He claimed to have persuaded 32 children to join his group and follow commands.

In San Juan Province, Argentina, a 14-year-old boy was admitted to intensive care after claiming on social media he was participating in Blue Whale

Many news reports have published on Bangladeshi media about attempted suicide related with the game. A teenage girl committed suicide allegedly from the addiction of the game in October, 2017.

Several news reports have appeared on Brazilian media linking cases of child self-harm and suicide with Blue Whale. Police have several ongoing investigations, although as yet none has been officially confirmed. Altogether, eight Brazilian states had cases of suicide and self-mutilation suspected to be connected with the game.

The first news about Blue Whale appeared in Bulgaria in mid-February 2017. The Safer Internet Centre, established under the Safer Internet plus Programme of the European Commission, responded quickly. "(T) his sensationalistictory was inflated by a number of our clickbait websites creating a wave of panic among parents", Centre Coordinator Georgi Apostolov reported.

"We decided not to initiate contact directly with the media since this would attract additional interest and could mislead the public into believing the story to be somehow true. As the hype was magnified by thousands sharing the story on the social networks, we just published a warning on our website and spread the link in comments under all shared in Facebook articles and posts. Then the mainstream media themselves started asking us for interviews and quoting our conclusions that it evidently was a hoax."

Two discussion groups about suicide opened on Facebook, but were quickly reported and deleted. The diffusion of the viral news was stopped within two weeks. Later, when a sensationalist piece in the Romanian newspaper Gandul resulted in five more articles being published in Bulgaria that reported the challenge as real, media again circulated SIC's positions, and the hoax was stopped immediately.

What is Blue Whale Challenge?

Blue Whale Challenge Game: It must be noted, however, that there still is no confirmation of the existence of the game, and suicides linked to it are from personal accounts of families/friends of those deceased
Blue Whale Challenge

The Blue Whale game or Blue Whale Challenge is believed to be a suicide game wherein a group of administrators or a certain curator gives a participant a task to complete daily — for a period of 50 days — the final of which is the participant committing suicide. Participants are expected to share photos of the challenges/tasks completed by them.
These daily tasks start off easy — such as listening to certain genres of music, waking up at odd hours, watching a horror movie, among others, and then slowly escalate to carving out shapes on one’s skin, self-mutilation and eventually suicide.
There is still uncertainty over how a participant plays the game. While some say the user has to install some app on their smart phone, others say it’s via social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook where the administrators get in touch with the participant after those interested throw out postings on social media asking for a “curator”. A number of different hashtags— #bluewhalechallenge, #curatorfindme, #i_am_whale — act as signals for the anonymous curators.
The blue whale challenge has led over 100 teenagers to death in Russia and now police officials in Chile have warned parents about it.
It must be noted, however, that there still is no confirmation of the existence of the game, and suicides linked to it are from personal accounts of families/friends of those deceased who claim they have seen their loved ones performing tasks. While reports of suicides linked to the game have surfaced across the globe, authorities claim that the origin appears to be in Russia, which has reportedly seen about 130 related deaths and at least two arrests.
Schools as well as police officials in Europe and America have begun issuing advisories to parents urging them to be vigilant and to keep an eye out on what their children are sharing on their social media accounts.

Blue Whale: Man Attempts Suicide in Tripura

A man allegedly attempted suicide by stabbing himself under the influence of ‘Blue Whale’ game in South Tripura district, police said on Monday. The 26-year-old man allegedly attempted suicide at Banshpadua village about 100 km from Agartala on Friday (October 6), the police said.
“Santosh Debnath, father of a two year old kid had attempted suicide by stabbing on his stomach with a knife under the influence of Blue Whale game. He is now admitted at Belonia hospital”, Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) of Belonia, Ratan Das told PTI.
One and half months ago, a college girl of the town was found drawing ‘Blue Whale’ on her hand and later counselled by her relatives and police and then she left playing the game.
“Santosh started playing the game 16-days before he made a suicide attempt. He got the ink from net. He completed all the rounds in 16-days and was asked by the administrators of the game to commit suicide by jumping into a pond. He stabbed himself before jumping into a pond on Friday,” Das said.
“Following his erratic behaviour, friends of Santosh searched his mobile phone and found that he was playing the deadly game. “Friends of Santosh informed police regarding his involvement with the game on Sunday”, the SDPO said.

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Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson Share Sweet Snapchat when gestation News

The couple was adorably cuddly in the social media post, hiding Khloe's pregnant belly.
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Khloe Kardashian's lover, Tristram Thompson, shared a Snapchat video on weekday, showing the parents-to-be smooching along and teasing one another.

Thompson says, "I Ate an excessive amount of," once antecedently sharing their dinner date with friends.

Kardashian comforts him, asking, "Your tummy hurts?"

"My tummy hurts," he confirms, because the maintaining With The Kardashians star laughs.

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The couple was endearingly cuddlesome within the social media post, activity Khloe's pregnant belly.
These 2 area unit getting to create endearing folks.

Khloe Kardashian's lover, Tristram Thompson, shared a Snapchat video on weekday, showing the parents-to-be smooching along and teasing one another.

Thompson says, "I Ate an excessive amount of," once antecedently sharing their dinner date with friends.

Kardashian comforts him, asking, "Your tummy hurts?"

"My tummy hurts," he confirms, because the maintaining With The Kardashians star laughs.

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A supply near Kardashian confirmed on weekday that the 33-year-old is pregnant with the couple's 1st kid.

Oh, Baby! Khloe Kardashian Is Pregnant together with her 1st kid

"Khloe is pregnant and due early next year. It's getting to be a really busy time for the Kardashian-Jenner family," the supply aforementioned. "Everyone is excited."

RELATED: Khloe Kardashian's Journey to Parenthood: From Cool aunty to Mom-To-Be!

Speaking of busy, Khloe's sisters boomerang Dr. and Kim Kardashian West also are expecting. boomerang is expecting a female offspring together with her rapper lover Travis Scott, and Kim is expecting her third kid with husband Kanye West, via surrogate.

"AN act of pure evil "Trump calls Las Vegas shooting"

"AN act of pure evil "Trump calls Las Vegas shooting"

WASHINGTON — President Trump condemned the mass shooting in metropolis in remarks from the White House Mon morning, line it “an act of pure evil.” He offered words of praise for the bravery and fast actions of 1st responders and sought-after to supply words of comfort for bereft families.
At least fifty eight were killed and a whole bunch dislocated within the shooting at a rustic music concert outside the city Bay casino and resort on the Last Vegas Strip late Sunday night, creating it the worst mass shooting within the us in fashionable history. Trump aforesaid he had directed that flags be flown at half-staff within the memory of the dead which he would jaunt metropolis Wednesday to fulfill with enforcement and victims of the attack and their families.
"AN act of pure evil "Trump calls Las Vegas shooting"
“I need to give thanks the metropolis Metropolitan department of local government and every one of the primary responders for his or her resolute efforts and for serving to to save lots of the lives of such a big amount of,” the president aforesaid. “The speed with that they acted is miraculous and prevented additional loss of life. to possess found the shooter therefore quickly when the primary shots were dismissed are a few things that we are going to continually be grateful  and grateful.”

“We ar joined along nowadays in unhappiness, shock and grief,” Trump aforesaid.

He offered words of comfort for family and friends of the victims, spoken communication that he and 1st girl Melania Trump were praying for them.

“Hundreds of our fellow voters ar currently mourning the sudden  loss of a dearest, a parent, a child, a brother or sister,” Trump aforesaid. “We cannot fathom their pain; we have a tendency to cannot imagine their loss. To the families of the victims, we have a tendency to ar praying for you, and that we ar here for you and that we raise God to assist see you thru this terribly dark amount.”

“To the wounded United Nations agency ar currently ill  in hospitals,” he continuing, “we ar praying for your full and speedy recovery. we have a tendency to pledge to you our support from these days forward.”

The president, speaking in measured tones, required national unity and spoke of the bonds between voters.

“In moments of tragedy and horror America comes along mutually — and it continually has,” he said. “We decision upon the bonds that unite United States of America, our faith, our family and shared values. we have a tendency to decision upon the bonds of citizenship, the ties of community and therefore the comfort of our common humanity.

“Our unity can't be shattered by evil. Our bonds can't be broken by violence. And tho' we have a tendency to feel such nice anger at the senseless murder of our fellow voters it's our love that defines United States of America today—and continually can, forever.”