In a Riyadh mall, Um Ghaith, 54, said she did not believe Bin Salman had known ahead of time what had been planned in Istanbul, and she thought he had been deceived about events ever since. “It is not in our culture to do this,” she said. “You will see in his speech tomorrow. He will reveal the truth for all.” … [Read more...] about Saudi prince meets Khashoggi’s son on tense day in Riyadh
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North Korea has yet to report a case of the virus, but state media reports have hinted that an uncertain number of people have been quarantined after showing symptoms. Experts say an epidemic in North Korea could be dire because of its chronic lack of medical supplies and poor health care infrastructure. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Hong Kong Catholics suspend Masses over virus
One evening in the autumn of 2014, Svante and I sat slumped on our bathroom floor in Stockholm. It was late, the children were asleep. Everything was starting to fall apart around us. Greta was 11, had just started fifth grade, and was not doing well. She cried at night when she should be sleeping. She cried on her way to school. She cried in her classes and during her breaks, and the teachers called home almost every day. Svante had to run off and bring her home to Moses, our golden retriever. She sat with him for hours, petting him and stroking his fur. She was slowly disappearing into some kind of darkness and little by little, bit by bit, she seemed to stop functioning. She stopped playing the piano. She stopped laughing. She stopped talking. And she stopped eating. … [Read more...] about Malena Ernman on daughter Greta Thunberg: ‘She was slowly disappearing into some kind of darkness’
Back in the makeup chair, I ask Cooper to give me a slightly more full-on look: eye shadow, contouring, glow on my cheekbones (pictured above). How do I look? Yes, my eyes are “popping”, but it’s extremely noticeable and I feel uncomfortable. I keep the makeup on, and later bump into some friends. “You’re wearing makeup,” they say by way of a hello. I don’t know the unspoken rule that you don’t touch your face when wearing makeup; by the time I meet my girlfriend an hour later, everything has smeared. What do you think, I ask? She looks at me with undisguised amusement – a vain melting goth in the middle of St Pancras station. “I’m surprised by how unashamed you are,” she says. … [Read more...] about Face time: is makeup for men the next big beauty trend?