She used to scrub toilets for $9 an hour. Now her book about it is a best-seller
Five years ago, Stephanie Land was slumped over on her hands and knees scrubbing a bathtub. The single mom was a semester away from graduating college and pregnant with a second child.
Nigeria commission says transport delays behind vote postponement
Nigeria's presidential election was delayed by a week due to delays in transporting electoral material and was not a result of external pressure, the chairman of the electoral commission said on Saturday.
Minister Shaked: New Right seeks to be the biggest party after Likud
She also said that, as the Trump administration is getting ready to release its long-expected Peace Plan it's very possible Israel Resilience leader Benny Gantz will join the coalition.
Scattered yellow vest protests against Macron, anti-Semitism
Yellow vest protesters are holding scattered demonstrations around Paris and the rest of France amid waning support for their movement
Bruno Ganz, Who Played an Angel and Hitler, Is Dead at 77
“Wings of Desire” and “Downfall” were among the highlights of Mr. Ganz’s long film career, which he spent mostly in Europe.
US tells European Union to recognise Guaido as Venezuela president
In a speech at the Munich Security Conference, US vice president Mike Pence said Guaido, who has declared himself interim leader and has won US and international support to replace Nicolas Maduro, deserved that "the rest of the world" recognise him, and called Maduro a dictator who must step down.
Operation Against Daesh in Syria's Baghouz Village Close to an End - SDF
CAIRO (Sputnik) - The remaining militants from the Daesh terrorist group* are entrenched in a small area of Baghouz, the last terrorists-held village in Syria, head of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) Media Center Mustafa Bali told Sputnik on Saturday.
UK on 'wrong side' of law on Saudi arms sales
Britain is "narrowly on the wrong side" of international law over arms sales to Saudi Arabia during the Yemen conflict, a Westminster watchdog has warned.
How daughter of ‘Dutch Schindler’ proved his heroism
Sally Noach saved hundreds – but British intelligence officers didn’t believe him. Now a new documentary, Forgotten Soldier, restores his reputation When Sally Noach, a cigar-smoking Dutch refugee and carpet salesman, arrived in Britain in the middle of the second world war, British intelligence officers doubted his claim to have secured the release of hundreds of imprisoned Jews in southern Fr...
Kim Jong Un to arrive in Vietnam on Feb 25 ahead of Trump summit
Kim will reportedly visit Vietnamese manufacturing and industrial areas before meeting with the US leader in Hanoi.
Merkel, Pence clash on Iran deal at Munich conference
The German leader and US vice president disagree over the best approach to Iran, with Merkel favouring negotiations.
Russia looking to ratify Paris climate agreement as U.S. continues withdrawal
Russia, the world’s fifth-largest greenhouse gas emitter, is inching closer to ratifying the Paris climate accord by the end of the year, placing Moscow in yet another position to fill a void left by a United States withdrawal. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s top climate advisor, Ruslan Edelgeriev,...
Haiti to unveil economic measures to quell violent protests
Haitians say they will keep protesting until President Jovenel Moise resigns despite his announcement of upcoming economic measures to quell more than a week of violent demonstrations across the country
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