Max Ehrich has doubled down on Demi Lovato split claims: 'I found out through a tabloid'
Max Ehrich has doubled down on his claims he learned about the end of his engagement to Demi Lovato on the internet.The 29-year-old actor and the 'Anyone' singer were reported to have called time on their romance earlier this week, and on Friday (25.09.20), Max claimed on social media he had no idea about the breakup until he checked news articles online.Following his claims, a source close to Demi, 28, insisted she definitely "made him aware" of her intent to move on from their relationship before the news was made public, but on Saturday (26.09.20) night, the actor released another statement...
Saudi travel firms reject claims of airlines cashing in on returning expatriates
RIYADH: Saudi travel companies have flown to the defense of airlines over claims they have been trying to cash in on expats looking to return to work in the Kingdom.Following Saudi Arabia’s move to allow the partial resumption of international flights, plane operators have been running limited-capacity services for expats with Ministry of Interior approval to fly home.But there have been complaints from passengers about the high prices being charged for one-way flight tickets.Mohammed Aslam Jameel, supervisor at a travel agency in Riyadh, told Arab News: “Ticket prices are not as expensive as ...
Weekly Jobless Claims Report Disappoints Across The Board
Commenting on the weekly jobless claims report and today’s trading Gorilla Trades strategist Ken Berman said:Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreThe major indices are all mixed and flat at midday following a hectic and nervous morning session with stocks looking for direction in the wake of yesterday’s rout. The S&P 500 and the Dow both spiked below their lows from Monday at the open, but the Nasdaq managed to avoid a new seven-week low thanks to the relative strength of the tech sector. While the number of new COVID cases edged lower in the U.S., another round of travel restrictio...
We’re Not Removing Names Of NDC Supporters From Register – EC
Jean MensaThe Electoral Commission (EC) has dismissed claims by the opposition NDC and its flag bearer that the names of its supporters and sympathizers are are being removed from the voters register.According to the Commission, the “allegation is false.”In a statement dated September 23, 2020, the EC said it has “from the beginning of the compilation of the voters register lived up to its motto: fairness, transparency and accountability.”Indeed, it said, at every point, it has provided factual, accurate and evidence-based information to its stakeholders on voter statistics per region, distric...
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Police Chase Suarez… For Citizenship Cheating
Luis SuarezItalian police are investigating claims that Luis Suarez cheated in his Italian citizenship test in a bid to secure his transfer to Juventus.Suarez flew to Perugia last week and passed a dual citizenship test in order to speed up his move to the Serie A giants.Although that deal has now fallen through, Suarez could yet find himself in hot water after claims by Repubblica and Ansa that there were ‘irregularities’ in the test.It has been reported that Suarez was sent the questions in advance and passed the Italian language (B1 level) exam having already been told the answers, with an ...
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Hamzah claims of attempted bribery to silence Lahad Datu issue
SABAH POLLS | Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin today claimed that an agent of a candidate contesting in the Sabah state election has tried to offer an inducement to the police to stay silent on the issue involving the statement belittling the sacrifices of the security forces in the 2013 Lahad Datu intrusion.He said the inducement was offered to gain the support of the police personnel during the early voting today and that a report has been lodged to the MACC over the attempted bribery.“What kind of a candidate is he if he doesn’t care about the efforts to defend the country and the state? This ...
Family of Palestinian prisoner deny Israeli claims
The family of Palestinian woman imprisoned by Israel have denied that she was recruited by Hezbollah and Iran’s Al-Quds Brigades, Rai Al-Youm reported on Sunday.“We strongly condemn the false Israeli claims against our daughter Yasmin Jaber,” said the family in a media statement.Jaber was arrested by the Israeli occupation forces on 4 August and was investigated for 40 days. She still denies the Israeli accusations.The family said that the Israeli investigators have failed to prove their allegations and their daughter remains resilient. They stressed that the Israeli claims reported in the med...
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Consumer Watch: Experian data breach has not been contained, despite claims to the contrary
The Experian data breach has not been contained, despite claims to the contrary. Not only has it exposed the personal information of more than 24 million South Africans, 800 000 businesses and the banking accounts of around 25 000 firms, but the multinational credit information company has no control of that data - despite its claim the data has been seized and deleted.Not only has the data been lost, but it has been “enriched”, by linking ID numbers to telephone numbers, physical addresses, employee numbers and bank accounts which puts individuals - and the companies whose banking details are...
Moscow slams 'illegitimate' US claims on Iran sanctions
The Russian foreign ministry on Sunday condemned the unilateral declaration by the United States that UN sanctions on Iran are back in force as "illegitimate" and "unacceptable"."The illegitimate initiatives and actions of the United States by definition cannot have international legal consequences for other countries," the foreign ministry said in a statement.Russia, a key ally of Iran, accused Washington of putting on a "theatrical performance" and insisted that the US statements "do not correspond to reality."It accused the US of "trying to force everyone to wear virtual reality goggles" an...
Southgate angry with Man Utd boss Solskjaer over Greenwood claims
England coach Gareth Southgate is angry with Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his criticism of Mason Greenwood's selection.Greenwood was sent home in disgrace from Iceland along with Manchester City's Phil Foden earlier this month after they were caught inviting girls into England's team hotel in Reykjavik.Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Friday that United had asked for Greenwood to be left out of the squad so he could rest following his breakthrough season at Old Trafford.The Daily Mail says Solskjaer's comments were met with surprise and anger at the FA. Sources say the ...