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Desperate search for twin schoolgirls, 11, as they go missing from their home

The police are desperately searching for twin schoolgirls after they disappeared from their home.

 

Gracie and Millie Bennett, both 11, were reported missing from their family’s house in Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, shortly after 8.30pm on Tuesday, May 10.

 

Their family and police are concerned for their welfare.

 

The two girls are white, 4ft 8ins tall and of a slim build. They both have straight, dark brown hair below their shoulders.

 

Millie was last seen wearing a black Nike Tec jumper, black jeans and white high-topped Nike trainers.

 

Desperate search for twin schoolgirls, 11, as they go missing from their home

 

Gracie was wearing a navy blue hoody with the initials ‘MB’ on the chest, blue jeans and white Puma trainers.

 

Desperate search for twin schoolgirls, 11, as they go missing from their home

 

One of the girls is also carrying a cream-coloured backpack, while the other may have a navy backpack with white spots.

 

Police have asked anyone who has seen the girls, or knows of their whereabouts, to call immediately.

 

 

 

 

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 Media personality, Toke Makinwa has said that men should still give their women money even if they (women) are rich.    Toke stated this on Monday, June 27, when she reposted Dr Joe Abah's advice to men.  The post Even if your woman has money, give her money – Toke Makinwa tells men appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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US sees massive spike in demand for abortion pills as women start ‘stockpiling’ after bombshell Roe v. Wade Scotus ruling

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US sees massive spike in demand for abortion pills as women start

The Supreme Court’s decision which officially overturned Roe v. Wade, declaring that Americans no longer have a constitutional right to abortion, has led to a huge spike in demand for birth control, emergency contraception, and abortion pills.

According to Daily Mail, women and parents have been stockpiling options over fears they might not be able to have access to family planning resources. 

Some clinics have reported a fourfold increase in appointments, with nonprofit organization Just the Pill handling 100 requests in the hours after the decision.

Katie Thomas, 42, said she purchased pills for her 16-year-old daughter after learning that abortion would become illegal in the state.

She told The New York Times: ‘Just the thought of something happening to my daughter, whether by force or by her choice, and there’s an unwanted pregnancy, I want to be able to handle that.

‘If I need to handle that on my own, then I will.’

She said she had already been stocking up on the emergency contraceptive Plan B in case her son, 21, and his girlfriend would ever need it, and she bought more on Friday.

Lauren Frazier, a spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood Southeast in Atlanta, said calls have increased about concerned women wanting to know how many pills they can stockpile.

Hey Jane, a start-up providing telemedicine abortions across six states, said website traffic soared 1,000 percent on Friday and patient demand doubled after the court decision.

It is expected that abortion pills will become the focus of many legal battles in the states to outlaw abortion.

So far, 13 states have already imposed new laws, with Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Missouri completely banning them with no exceptions for rape or incest.

In a statement on its website, Just The Pill said it is ‘undaunted by the Supreme Court decision and will continue to bring care to the people who most need it. We are here for you.

 

‘You can still get care from us in Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Let us know if you need help with travel arrangements and costs.’

 

Medical abortion is still authorized by the Food and Drug Administration for the first 10 weeks of pregnancy. It requires a woman takes two drugs 24 to 48 hours apart to cause contractions similar to a miscarriage which expels the fetus, causing heavy bleeding.

 A CBS poll released on Sunday showed that majority – 59 percent – of Americans and 67 percent of women disapproved of the court’s ruling, which has since sparked protests in several cities. 

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Jared Cannonier will be choked or knocked out – UFC champion Israel Adesanya boasts ahead of his next fight

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Jared Cannonier will be choked or knocked out - UFC champion Israel Adesanya boasts ahead of his next fight

UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya has vowed that he’s going to defeat Jared Cannonier when both clash at UFC 276. 

Adesanya and Cannonier will headline UFC 276, which will take place on the night of July 3 in Las Vegas. The Nigerian- New Zealander will hoping to successfully defend his middleweight title for the fifth time.

Speaking at a press conference for UFC 276, Adesanya said: “Jared is a fighter; I call him the dark horse of the division. He was in the heavyweight division, and then moved down to the light heavyweight division, and now he’s in the middleweight division – so he has a lot of power in his hands.” 

“Thanks to his skills, he dealt with many people, but many people are not me. Styles make fights, and I’m the Elementalist, so our duel won’t go all the way. He will be choked or knocked out.”
 

Since making his debut in 2018, ‘The Last Stylebender’  has successfully defended his title four times. His only loss was during his unsuccessful step up to light heavyweight, which he eventually lost to the then-champion, Jan Blachowicz.

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