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Rachel Riley turns beach babe as she stuns in teeny bikini

Rachel Riley turns beach babe as she stuns in teeny bikini

Entertainment
Countdown presenter Rachel Riley, 32, has won a legion of fans during her 10-year tenure on the popular quiz show.The blonde bombshell who boasts brains and beauty just like her predecessor on the programme, Carol Vorderman, 57, always manages to impress fans with her glam get-ups.And proving that she can put on just as stunning a display off the TV as well as on the show, Rachel turned swimwear siren on holiday.The TV star rocked a green metallic two-piece as she enjoyed the sunshine in Rhodes. INSTAGRAM/ RACHEL RILEY BIKINI BABE: Rachel Riley wows in skimpy two-piece Rachel Riley in pictures   Rachel Riley is the Carol Vorderman of the naughties. She co-ho...
Wet t-shirt comp for one! Charlotte Crosby top turns 100% see-through

Wet t-shirt comp for one! Charlotte Crosby top turns 100% see-through

Entertainment
The 28-year-old is on a romantic getaway with her boyfriend, Joshua Ritchie, 23.Holly Hagan, 25, Char’s ex co-star, also joined the trip with her 25-year-old boyfriend, Jacob Blyth.The Just Tattoo Of Us host has been looking bustier than ever while she’s posting pics in bikinis – thanks to going under the knife.After diving into the sea in a knitted crop top with the word 'Honey' sprawled across it, Char’s white top went see-through as she was walking out of the water. Fortitude WET AND WILD: Charlotte's white top goes see through revealing her assets Sexy see through swimsuits   Jaw dropping sexy see through swimsuits. ...
Children sick as Russia's landfill crisis turns toxic

Children sick as Russia's landfill crisis turns toxic

World
No one likes a landfill in their backyard, especially not when it makes their children sick. That's what happened in the town of Volokolamsk, three days after Russia's general election.As the world's diplomats worried about a poisoning in Salisbury, the residents of Volokolamsk worried about a mass poisoning of their sons and daughters.More than 60 children were treated at a local clinic for headaches, nausea and breathing difficulties.Locals blamed a particularly toxic emission from the nearby Yadrovo dump, one of 15 across the Moscow region filled well beyond capacity with waste from the capital.Image:Toxic emissions from the Yadrovo dump have been blamed for the ilnnessAt the end of March, district officials declared a state of emergency because of excessive levels of hydrogen sulphide...
A former top Wall Street regulator turns to the blockchain

A former top Wall Street regulator turns to the blockchain

Finance
SAN FRANCISCO — Gary Gensler was one of the top financial regulators in the Obama administration, the finance chief for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and, before both of those jobs, a partner at Goldman Sachs.Now, like many other big names from business and government, he is plunging into the world of the blockchain, the data-tracking technology introduced by Bitcoin.Mr. Gensler, 60, has recently gone to work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he will write and teach about the potential he sees for blockchains to change the financial world.More from the New York Times: Subpoenas signal S.E.C. crackdown on initial coin offeringsHow Trump consultants exploited the Facebook data of millionsAn explanation of initial coin offeringsHe will also use his position to