Kim Kardashian supports end of California death penalty
16 March 2019 | 9:22 am
Kim Kardashian supports end of California death penalty. California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed an executive order suspending the death penalty in California. As a result, 737 inmates currently on death row will not be executed.
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We look at reactions in the British papers after yet another catastrophic day for Boris Johnson, who's refusing to resign. Also, the Pamplona bull fighting festival and Hajj pilgrimage both celebrate a return to normal after two years of COVID. We look at players to watch at the women's Euro championship underway. Finally Kim Kardashian and her behind pay tribute to Balenciaga workers in her eye-raising outfit at Paris Fashion Week!
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In today’s show we have Kim Kardashian on the Balenciaga catwalk for Haute Couture Week, more on the Ukrainian and Russian shows at the Avignon Theatre festival and a tour of the world’s biggest Egyptian Pyramid from a museum in Paris.
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The McKinney fire has ripped through the state's dry terrain, and is not yet contained. Strong winds and lightning storms were expected to fan the flames.
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California is the second US state after New York to declare an emergency. By doing so, officials hope to bolster efforts to combat the spread of monkeypox.
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A fast-moving wildfire in northern California has forced thousands of people from their homes. The so-called Mill Fire is moving at a "dangerous rate of speed," officials have said.
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The US state of California has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of violating its antitrust law by blocking price competition and making online shopping more expensive for consumers. The lawsuit is limited to California, but, if successful, could trigger similar action in other states. Plus, inflation in Argentina rose by 7 percent again in August, making prices nearly 80 percent higher than a year ago.
Kim Kardashian to pay $1.26 million for 'unlawfully touting' cryptocurrency and breaking rules set out by SEC
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Kim Kardashian is to pay $1.26 million for "unlawfully touting" cryptocurrency and breaking the rules set out by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
14 Oct 2022
Kim Kardashian felt "blindsided" by the backlash to her work comments.
The star-studded town of Montecito was also ordered to evacuate. This storm marks the fifth anniversary of a deadly mudslide that killed 23.
Europe is facing its worst drought in at least 500 years, with two-thirds of the continent in a state of alert or warning, reducing inland shipping, electricity production and the yields of certain crops, a European Union agency said on Tuesday.
US President Joe Biden declared a major disaster in storm-battered California as more bad weather is expected. Extreme storms have battered the West Coast state for weeks.
This week, the US state of California was rocked by two mass shootings just two days apart. The massacres are just the latest in a long line of shootings that have made the US the world's number one country in gun ownership and gun deaths. The carnage pushed President Joe Biden to renew calls for Congress to act quickly on a ban on assault weapons.
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The wife of Gabon's ousted president, Ali Bongo Ondimba, has been charged with “money laundering” and other offences, the public prosecutor said on Friday, a month after a coup toppled her husband.
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The dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh goes back centuries. Here is an overview of the history of the disputed region between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
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Yury Garavsky has confessed to being involved in the kidnapping of political opponents of Belarus' leader in 1999. They were later murdered. He now is on trial in Switzerland, and the verdict is expected on Thursday.
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On September 10, Antarctic sea ice was spread over 6.55 million square miles—an annual maximum that's 676,000 square miles below the average from 1981 to 2010 and 398,000 square miles below the previous record low from 1986. The records date back to 1979.
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Africa is often portrayed in Western films in a cliche or exotic way. Young African filmmakers want to change this by telling stories from an African point of view. Germany's largest festival for African productions gives this fresh perspective a stage.