Daily Archive: Monday, July 3, 2017

‘I kept my daughter’s body at home for three weeks’ – BBC News

Gilli’s other children – including Niamh’s twin, Zach – were at school or college. But through the blur of upset and sorrow, Gilli knew one thing clearly: she wanted to donate Niamh’s eyes, the only part of the little girl unaffected by disease. Organ donation is very important to Gilli’s family – as a baby,

Ruff justice: Neapolitan mastiff crowned World’s Ugliest Dog 2017

Martha, a 57 kilo gentle giant, was rescued when she was nearly blind, but after several surgeries can see again A Neapolitan mastiff named Martha has been crowned the winner of the 29th

‘Grenfell changes everything’: Shadow of high-rise fire looms across UK

London (CNN)Ten days after an inferno swept through Grenfell Tower in west London, claiming the lives of at least 79 people and leaving the apartment block a blackened shell, its shadow hangs over Britain. But thousands more are living with fear and uncertainty amid concern that other high-rise buildings may be at risk of a

9 things you didn’t know about Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus reacts after performing “Malibu” at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 21, 2017.  (Reuters) Miley Cyrus entered the spotlight at 11-years-old with Disneys hit show Hannah Montana. The starlet has been in the headlines ever since. At 19-years-old, Cyrus got engaged to her co-star from The Last Song,

How ‘Harry Potter’ Saved Young Adult Fiction

What would the childrens book world look like if Harry Potter never popped into J.K. Rowlings head, Harry PotterThe Fault in Our Stars Harry Potter and the Philosophers StoneHarry Potter sparked a furor that seemed totally unprecedented in the world of childrens literature. The books themselves, though not much about them was totally unprecedented. Aside