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Danielle Mason spills from tiny bikini in beach display

Danielle Mason spills from tiny bikini in beach display

Entertainment
The blonde beauty, who first found fame on My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, slipped into a skimpy bikini as she lapped up the pre-summer sun.Flaunting her toned body, the yummy-mummy shed her clothing in favour of a flesh-flashing bonanza.As a nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the newly appointed Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Danielle opted for a Union Jack print bikini top and Stars and Stripes bottoms.However, it seems she may have bought a size too small. WENN BUXOM: Danielle Mason rearranges her bra on the beach Danielle Mason's sexiest pictures   Model and reality star Danielle Mason's sexiest pictures. ...
Trump pulls back from trade war with China

Trump pulls back from trade war with China

Business
The US has pulled back from starting a trade war with China that could have sent shockwaves through the global economy. It has agreed to put proposed tariffs on Chinese imports "on hold" after treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin said negotiations with the Chinese had progressed.It means any moves by Washington and Beijing to impose tariffs on each other's exports has been stalled.Mr Mnuchin said that despite not getting China to reduce its overall trade surplus with America by a specified amount, US officials had thrashed out a number of commitments on a framework for reducing the deficit over time.These include large increases in purchases of farm products and a doubling of purchases of US energy products.Mr Mnuchin said: "We are putting the trade war on hold, right now, we ...
Alaska dive fishermen plead for relief from sea otters

Alaska dive fishermen plead for relief from sea otters

Technology
Northern sea otters, once hunted to the brink of extinction along Alaska's Panhandle, have made a spectacular comeback by gobbling some of the state's finest seafood — and fishermen are not happy about the competition. Sea otters dive for red sea urchins, geoduck clams, sea cucumbers — delicacies in Asia markets — plus prized Dungeness crab. They then carry their meals to the surface and float on their backs as they eat, sometimes using rocks to crack open clams and crab. The furry marine mammals, which grow as large as 100 pounds (45 kilograms), eat the equivalent of a quarter of their weight each day. Phil Doherty, head of the Southeast Alaska Regional Dive Fisheries Association, is working to save the livelihood of 200 southeast Alaska fishermen and a $ 10 million in...
Plumes of ocean spray are emanating from Jupiter's moon Europa

Plumes of ocean spray are emanating from Jupiter's moon Europa

Science
May 14 (UPI) -- New research offers additional evidence of plumes emanating from Europa's subsurface ocean. Images captured by the Hubble Telescope have previously suggested the presence of ocean plumes ejected through tissues in the icy crust of Jupiter's moon. Some astronomers were skeptical of the Hubble results, however. The newest proof was discovered among data collected by the Galileo mission in 1997 during a Europa flyby. Scientists detailed the new proof in a paper published Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy. Scientists with the Cassini mission were able to identify water plumes protruding from Saturn's moon Enceladus by measuring perturbations in the magnetic fields surrounding the satellite. Molecules and atoms ejected in a watery plume quickly become ionized as solar win...
Colao to step down from Vodafone after 10 years in charge

Colao to step down from Vodafone after 10 years in charge

Business
Vodafone's chief executive Vittorio Colao will step down on October 1 after more than 10 years in charge of the world's second-largest mobile phone company. Nick Read, group chief financial officer, who will become chief executive designate from July 27, will replace Mr Colao.Under Mr Colao's tenure, Vodafone sold its joint venture with Verizon for $ 130bn and merged its business in India with Idea Cellular.Last week, Vodafone agreed to buy Liberty Global's cable operations in four European countries for £16.1bn as the mobile phone operator extends its reach to 110 million homes and businesses by offering fixed-line and TV services.Vodafone group chairman Gerard Kleisterlee said: "I would like to express our gratitude to Vittorio for an outstanding tenure."He has ...