周秀娜（娜姐）與陳偉成（Avis）分手近兩個月後，因受情傷日漸消瘦，體重更由一百磅急降至八十八磅，瘦到皮包骨，我見猶憐。據娜姐好友透露，近日她除了為搬屋及工作事出街外，其餘時間都是玩自閉，確實令人擔心。 日前下午二時許，本刊便發現在九龍灣工作的娜姐，雖然她刻意戴帽並拉到遮住塊面，衣著更由頭包到落腳，亦難掩其骨瘦如柴的身軀。而多次求復合的Avis，日前就在社交網上載自己戴口罩的相，並連日指自己發燒生病，兩敗俱傷。 另一邊廂，被指是「小三」的羅彩玲（Vivian）亦不好受，自從疑似床照流出後，Vivian除抑鬱引致便秘外，日前，本刊更拍到她因月事而看婦科醫生，唔通搞出「人命」？ 強顏歡笑 二十七歲的周秀娜（娜姐），自月前宣布與拍拖六年的男友陳偉成（Avis）分手後，身形便日漸消瘦；早前，她與家人到泰國旅行，拍下了幾張比堅尼泳衣照並上載到Instagram，圖中可見她背脊瘦到見骨，情況令人憂心。 娜姐與Avis分手近兩個月，表面上她已堅強地站起來，由起初經常見到她眼濕濕，直至最近出席公開場合常展笑顏，並聲稱已將一切放下，「過去就畀佢過去啦！0依家冇感情生活，只有關於工作0既事。」不過，據娜姐好友透露，以往活潑、健談的她，近日除為了搬屋及工作事情之外，便甚少外出，性格亦變得較從前內向。 避走北京 娜姐好友續說：「佢（娜姐）以前好多0野講0架，又好動，乜都玩一餐，0依家我0地搵佢出0黎玩，想開解吓佢，佢就話好多0野做，唔得閒。其實我0地成班friend都知佢係想逃避，佢驚一停低就會諗番Avis，所以專登叫經理人幫佢將工作排得密密麻麻。」分手後，娜姐的經理人公司，就聯合新亞洲娛樂聯盟集團，開設了「周秀娜工作室」，希望開拓娜姐在北京的市場之餘，並藉此帶她離開香港這個傷心地。 日前下午二時許，本刊在九龍灣工業區，就發現剛在影樓工作完出來的娜姐，當日戴著一頂大帽兼戴著黑超的她，雖然由頭包到落腳，亦難掩其瘦骨嶙峋的軀殼，見到有人路過，便慌忙地將帽拉低，似乎有見人恐懼症一般。 急睇婦科 另一方面，「偷食男」Avis似乎想和舊愛娜姐互相呼應，最近，他就在社交網Instagram狂貼自己生病的相片，落力博同情，還寫到「U know that I will Miss u n Love u until die」擺明想復合。不過，過幾日Avis似乎察覺復合無望，便在網上死撐寫道：「雖然分開了，各有各的忙碌，各有各生活，但都希望大家過著開心的新生活，共勉之。」 Avis與娜姐分手兩敗俱傷，但被指是「小三」的羅彩玲（Vivian）亦不見得好受。本刊繼早前發現Vivian因受不住外間言論壓力，而患上抑鬱產生便秘後，近日又拍到她由助手陪同下到佐敦看婦科。當日，一臉倦容、憂心忡忡的Vivian，在醫務所看來表現尷尬，記者就隱約聽到她與助手傾訴心聲，講及月經遲來的問題，唔通搞出「人命」？ 記者其後以電話追問，Vivian坦言雖然已經十九歲，但至今仍未有月經，她說：「我家族0既女性都係遲來月經，我阿婆都係二十歲先0黎，呢排有時間，咪check吓囉。」 日前，娜姐與家人到泰國旅行，在網上貼了一張穿比堅尼的泳裝照，只見她背脊骨瘦如柴，我見猶憐。 曾被Avis揶揄靠墊才有好身材的娜姐，這次去泰國著比堅尼，盡騷真材實料。 當日，娜姐雖然包到冚，但凹晒的pat pat（箭嘴），見骨的手指（圓圖），可知她真的瘦骨嶙峋。 周秀娜 雖然有助手陪同，但親力親為的娜姐，就堅持親自拿著自己的物品，不假手於人。 分手後一個月，Avis連番在網上留言希望求復合，例如早前他便在Instagram留言說：「U know that I will Miss u n Love u untill die」。 娜姐在網上pose骨瘦如柴的相片，Avis亦不甘示弱，連日來pose自己患病的相，擺明博同情。 不過，Avis知道復合無望後，立即又在Instagram說希望分手後大家過著開心的日子，認真收放自如。 卵巢發育有問題 現年十九歲的羅彩玲（Vivian），外表發育健全，但生理狀況卻異於常人，普通少女一般都在十二歲左右會有月事，但她卻聲稱現今仍未有月經。 陳以誠醫生就表示此現象非常罕有，奉勸Vivian要迅速去找婦科檢驗。陳醫生解說：「佢十九歲都仲未有月經梗係唔正常啦！呢件事係一件好奇怪0既事，佢要去睇婦科驗0左卵巢發育，佢係因為冇排卵所以先冇月事，佢可能係DNA有改變，或者係先天性有問題，要盡快去睇婦科求證。」 陳以誠醫生 Vivian在掛號時手忙腳亂，心不在焉，護士要她給予身份證掛號，她卻拿著醫生的卡片發呆。 日前，神色凝重的Vivian，由助手陪同下，到佐敦的一間婦科診所睇症。 正在等候診症的Vivian，表現得坐立不安，助手與她傾談時，她又刻意迴避，看來心事重重。 有指因為Vivian與Avis的疑似床照流出，而引致娜姐狠心與Avis一刀兩斷。 撰文☆馬木義 攝影☆娛樂追蹤組 設計☆葉晉銘
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Alexei Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's most prominent critic who was jailed at the weekend, on Tuesday released a video in which he and his allies alleged that an opulent palace belonged to the Russian leader, a claim the Kremlin denied. The allegations, which first surfaced in 2010 when a businessman wrote about them to then-President Dmitry Medvedev complaining of official graft, come as Navalny's supporters urge people to join nationwide protests on Saturday. Reuters reported in 2014 that the estate in southern Russia had been partly funded by taxpayer money from a $1 billion hospital project.
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A Massachusetts-based political scientist and author is accused of secretly working for the government of Iran while lobbying U.S. officials on issues like nuclear policy, federal authorities said Tuesday. Kaveh Lotfolah Afrasiabi was arrested by FBI agents at his home in Watertown, Massachusetts, on Monday, officials said. Afrasiabi appeared before a Boston federal court judge via videoconference during a brief hearing and a detention hearing was scheduled for Friday.
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Donald Trump bragged about his tax cuts and attempted to take credit for an anticipated economic boom under President Biden to the smattering of supporters his team was able to corral for the event.
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A British barrister has withdrawn from prosecuting pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong next month, following widespread criticism of his planned involvement in the trial. David Perry QC, who practises at the London set 6KBW College Hill, faced pressure to pull out from an array of UK politicians who urged him to rethink. The trial next month is against nine campaigners, including media mogul and high-profile critic of the Chinese state Jimmy Lai, who are accused of organising an illegal anti-government march. Lee Cheuk-yan, the organiser of the annual Tiananmen Square vigil in Hong Kong, Martin Lee Chu-ming, known as the territory’s “Father of Democracy”, and veteran activist “Long Hair” Leung Kwok-hung are also among the defendants. They have all been charged with organising and taking part in an unauthorised assembly on August 18, 2019. On Wednesday the Hong Kong government issued a statement that said there had been “growing pressure and criticism from the UK community directed at Mr Perry QC for his involvement in this case”. It went on: “Mr Perry QC expressed concerns about such pressures and the exemption of quarantine, and indicated that the trial should proceed without him.” The Daily Telegraph could not immediately reach him for comment. The development came after Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, intervened over the weekend to warn that Mr Perry's involvement in the trial would be regarded as “pretty mercenary” and a “serious PR coup” for Beijing. He raised concerns about the draconian national security law that China imposed on the territory last summer, saying it is “directly violating, undermining the freedom of the people of Hong Kong”. Mr Raab, himself a former lawyer, added: “There's no doubt in my mind that under the Bar code of ethics a case like this could be resisted.” While the “cab rank” rule at the Bar ordinarily obliges barristers to accept instructions from a client if they have the appropriate experience, it does not apply to foreign work. Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Labour peer Lord Adonis had been among other parliamentarians who heaped censure on Mr Perry over his role in the trial. Last night his decision to pull out was welcomed by MPs. Tobias Ellwood, Conservative chairman of the Commons defence select committee, declared it “absolutely right”. He said: “This was a clear conflict of interest. How could he be a Queen’s Counsel and yet represent a state that has changed the laws Britain helped to craft and work in support of an authoritarian regime? This goes against all the ethical principles on which our judicial system is based.” The Hong Kong government said its Department of Justice has instructed another counsel to prosecute the trial. The nationality of the new lawyer is unknown. It said: “Some of the ill-informed criticism conflated the matter with the National Security Law.” Mr Perry has taken part in a number of high-profile cases in Hong Kong and has also appeared for the UK Government at the European Court of Human Rights.
Facing a 50-50 partisan split in the U.S. Senate, the chamber's top Democrat and Republican discussed adopting a power-sharing deal similar to one struck two decades ago in similar circumstances, a Democratic spokesman said on Tuesday. Democrat Chuck Schumer, set to become majority leader on Wednesday thanks to incoming Vice President Kamala Harris' tie-breaking vote, told the chamber's top Republican, Mitch McConnell, that he favored adopting a deal along the lines of the 2001 arrangement "without extraneous changes from either side," a Schumer spokesman said.
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The founder and CEO of MyPillow, who amplified President Donald Trump's claims of election fraud, said a backlash against his company has begun after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol this month. Mike Lindell, who appears in TV commercials hugging the company’s foam-filled pillows, said major retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s have dropped his products recently. Lindell has continued to push bogus claims of election fraud since Trump’s loss to President-elect Joe Biden in the presidential race.
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The Trump administration has determined that China has committed "genocide and crimes against humanity" in its repression of Uighur Muslims in its Xinjiang region, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday, delivering an embarrassing blow to Beijing a day before US President-elect Joe Biden is to take office. US officials briefing reporters on the move said in a call that "an exhaustive documentation of (China's) own policies, practices and abuse in Xinjiang" viewed by Mr Pompeo led him to make the determination that such acts had been committed since at least March 2017. "After careful examination of the available facts, I have determined that the PRC, under the direction and control of the CCP, has committed genocide against the predominantly Muslim Uighurs and other ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjiang," Mr Pompeo said in a statement.
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Snow lies knee-deep in the pastoral town of Gulmarg, or “meadow of flowers,” on Indian-controlled Kashmir's high plateau. With its blanket of white, the idyllic hill station is seeing tourists again fill its hotels and ski, sledge and trek its Himalayan landscape. The heavy influx of tourists is a dramatic change for the tourism industry in disputed Kashmir, which faced the double whammy of the coronavirus pandemic and harsh curbs on civil rights India imposed in the region in August 2019.
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President Trump has spent the last few days asking his friends, aides, and associates if they would like pardons — even those who are not facing any charges, a senior administration official told The Washington Post.In one case, the official said, Trump offered a pardon to a person who declined the chance at clemency, saying they weren't in any legal trouble and hadn't committed any crimes. "Trump's response was, 'Yeah, well, but you never know. They're going to come after us all. Maybe it's not a bad idea. Just let me know,'" the official recounted.Trump has taken a great interest in pardoning people, the Post reports, even calling families to personally let them know he granted a pardon. A person familiar with the matter told the Post that Trump was talked out of pardoning himself, family members, and controversial figures like Rudy Giuliani. An aide said there was also a brief discussion about possibly issuing pardons related to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, but that idea went nowhere.While Trump has held a few ceremonial events in recent weeks, journalists have been kept away from the White House, largely because the president is "just not in a place where they would go well," one official told the Post. Trump is constantly flip-flopping, another administration official said, talking about his future but uncertain of where he will be. "He goes between, 'Well, I'm going to go to Florida and play golf, and life is honestly better,' and then in the next moment, it's like, 'But don't you think there's a chance to stay?'" the official said. Read more at The Washington Post.More stories from theweek.com CNN anchors laugh as Trump's departing flight takes off to Sinatra’s 'My Way' Trump issues last-minute order attempting to free his appointees from ethics commitments 5 more scathing cartoons about Trump's 2nd impeachment
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An independent panel said on Monday that Chinese officials could have applied public health measures more forcefully in January to curb the initial COVID-19 outbreak, and criticised the World Health Organization (WHO) for not declaring an international emergency until Jan. 30. The experts reviewing the global handling of the pandemic, led by former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, called for reforms to the Geneva-based United Nations agency.Their interim report was published hours after the WHO's top emergency expert, Mike Ryan, said that global deaths from COVID-19 were expected to top 100,000 per week "very soon". "What is clear to the Panel is that public health measures could have been applied more forcefully by local and national health authorities in China in January," the report said, referring to the initial outbreak of the new disease in the central city of Wuhan, in Hubei province.
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Pakistan’s prime minister reacted angrily Monday to media reports of a text exchange between an Indian TV anchor and a former media industry executive that suggests a 2019 Indian airstrike inside Pakistan was designed to boost Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s chances for reelection. Imran Khan took to Twitter to respond to Indian media reports of an exchange on the WhatsApp messaging service between popular Indian TV anchor Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, the former head of a TV rating company.