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Love Island's Georgia Harrison dons thong for sizzling sauna reveal

Love Island's Georgia Harrison dons thong for sizzling sauna reveal

Entertainment
The Love Island 2017 babe got fans hot under the collar as she stripped down to a thonged red bikini for her latest snap.Georgia Harrison gave the Love Island 2018 girls a run for her money as she posted the steamy sauna snap on Instagram.It saw the former TOWIE star working up a sweat as she posed with her back to the camera.Georgia, 23, pulled her hair backwards seductively as she pouted up a storm. Related Articles “I don't sweat, I sparkle” Georgia Harrison She captioned the saucy image: "I don't sweat, I sparkle."Fans went into meltdown over the post, with it racking up more than 47,000 likes.One exclaimed: "Steam room I love it, I bet you do sparkle." INSTAGRAM/GEORGIA HARRIS...
Corrie's Georgia May Foote laid bare as she poses topless in bed

Corrie's Georgia May Foote laid bare as she poses topless in bed

Entertainment
The former Coronation Street cast member, who played Katy Armstrong on the ITV soap, wowed with a sizzling selfie which saw her pose topless in bed.The one-time Strictly star took to to her Georgia May Foote Instagram page for the red hot picture.It saw the 27-year-old laying bra-free in bed as she prepared for a snooze.However, she kept her modesty by keeping her bare assets under her duvet. INSTAGRAM/GEORGIA MAY FOOTE BRALESS: Georgia posed topless as she took a racy bedtime selfie Sexy celebs in bed   Celebs share intimate bedtime snaps on social media. ...
Several injured by out-of-control ski lift in Georgia

Several injured by out-of-control ski lift in Georgia

Science
March 16 (UPI) -- At least ten people were injured when a ski lift in Georgia, a mountainous country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia, malfunctioned.Two accident victims, one Swedish and one Ukrainian, were taken to the hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries. The breakdown occurred at the ski resort Gudauri.It's not yet clear what caused the lift to break down, but a glitch of some kind caused chairs to begin moving backwards at high speed. Chairs slammed into each other as they zipped around the terminal at the bottom of the slope."According to initial information, Sadzele ski lift in Gudauri stopped working, chairs crashed into each other with riders suspended in the air, causing health injury of medium gravity," the state-owned resort manager, Mountain Resorts De...
'World's oldest wine' found in 8,000-year-old jars in Georgia

'World's oldest wine' found in 8,000-year-old jars in Georgia

Science
Scientists say 8,000-year-old pottery fragments have revealed the earliest evidence of grape wine-making.The earthenware jars containing residual wine compounds were found in two sites south of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, researchers said.Some of the jars bore images of grape clusters and a man dancing.Previously, the earliest evidence of wine-making was from pottery dating from about 7,000 years ago found in north-western Iran.The latest finds were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)."We believe this is the oldest example of the domestication of a wild-growing Eurasian grapevine solely for the production of wine," said co-author Stephen Batiuk, a senior researcher at the University of Toronto."Wine is central to civilisation as we know it in ...
Georgia attorney general quits defense in server wiping case

Georgia attorney general quits defense in server wiping case

Technology
The Georgia attorney general's office will no longer represent the state's top elections official in an elections integrity lawsuit filed three days before a crucial computer server was quietly wiped clean. The lawsuit aims to force Georgia to retire its antiquated and heavily questioned touchscreen election technology, which does not provide an auditable paper trail. The server in question was a statewide staging location for key election-related data. It made headlines in June after a security expert disclosed a gaping security hole that wasn't fixed for six months after he first reported it to election authorities. Personal data was exposed for Georgia's 6.7 million voters, as were passwords used by county officials to access files. The assistant state attorney general handling the cas...