BREAKING: Tom Jones “PETRIFIED” as name is spread online over CHILD RAPE PROBE

images.duckduckgo.comBritish pop legend in police probe over ‘raping a 14-year-old virgin

EXCLUSIVE: British singer probed over claims he raped 14-year-old girl ‘petrified’ after name spreads online

Video of his alleged victim naming him while describing the rape in graphic detail have

A BRITISH pop legend being probed over claims that he raped a 14-year-old girl was living in fear last night after his name was circulated around the world online.

Video of his alleged victim naming him while describing the rape in graphic detail have already been viewed thousands of times.

The superstar has not been arrested, questioned or charged with any offence but was said to be “petrified” that the claims dating back to the 70’s will destroy his reputation.

Earlier this month the woman – now in her 50’s – told exclusively in The Sun on Sunday how the crooner pinned her down on a hotel bed after plying her with champagne.

Cops have launched a probe into her claims and she met detectives at the beginning of April.

She recalled she was so shocked and confused she thought she had hurt him as he grimaced on top of her during the attack, which left her covered in bruises.

The pretty teenager was given free tickets to the solo star’s show and she and a friend were picked out of the audience by the star’s bodyguard and invited to his hotel the next day.

The girls, aged 13 and 14, went along hoping to get an autograph.

But an aide separated her from her pals and took her to a suite, where the star was relaxing in a short white robe with a comedian, a female pal and a backing singer.

He led the girl to a balcony and put his arm around her waist while they posed for photographs, taken with her camera, which have been produced in evidence.

One of the pictures showing the smiling star in his robe with his arm around the victim appeared on an American news website earlier this week.

The superstar has not been arrested, questioned or charged with any offence but was said to be “petrified” that the claims dating back to the 70’s will destroy his reputation.

Earlier this month the woman – now in her 50’s – told exclusively in The Sun on Sunday how the crooner pinned her down on a hotel bed after plying her with champagne.

Cops have launched a probe into her claims and she met detectives at the beginning of April.

The pretty teenager was given free tickets to the solo star’s show and she and a friend were picked out of the audience by the star’s bodyguard and invited to his hotel the next day.

The girls, aged 13 and 14, went along hoping to get an autograph.

But an aide separated her from her pals and took her to a suite, where the star was relaxing in a short white robe with a comedian, a female pal and a backing singer.

One of the pictures showing the smiling star in his robe with his arm around the victim appeared on an American news website earlier this week.

Source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3446993/british-singer-probed-over-claims-he-raped-14-year-old-girl-petrified-after-name-spreads-online/

7 killed as storm hits US  Midwest, Southwest states

7 killed as storm hits Midwest, Southwest states

A strong storm caused severe flooding and tornadoes that killed at least seven people and injured dozens more in Missouri, Arkansas and Texas.

Several tornadoes touched down in east Texas, leaving five people dead, Van Zandt County officials said.
The body of a 72-year-old woman was recovered in southwestern Missouri after flood waters washed away her car, authorities said.
Another woman died Saturday after a tree fell on her mobile home in De Witt, Arkansas, about 80 miles east of Little Rock, according to police.
Tornadoes ripping through north Texas left widespread destruction and more than 50 people injured, officials said.
Millions have been under flash flood watches and warnings as the storm moves over the southwest and Midwest states since Friday.
Rainfall amounts of 4-6 inches have been reported in Missouri and Texas, with some areas seeing up to 9 inches, the National Weather Service said.
Hundreds of evacuations were underway due to the flooding and mass destruction left by the tornadoes.
Rainstorms began Friday around the state, bringing large amounts of rainfall and causing flooding, the National Weather Service said.
A couple was left stranded in their car when flood waters began to rise in Christian County, officials said.
Despite the husband’s efforts to rescue his wife, their car was swept away with the 72-year-old woman inside.
The woman’s body was found Saturday in a field near Clever, MO.
At least 150 roads, mostly in southern Missouri, were closed by flooding, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
A total of 93 evacuations and 33 water rescues were reported Saturday, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said.

More here: 7 killed as storm hits Midwest, Southwest states – CNN.com

11 dead in Pakistan bus plunge into ravine

A minibus has plunged into a ravine in Pakistan’s mountainous northwest, killing 11 people.

Police official Ismail Khan says another nine people were injured in Sunday’s road accident in Upper Dir district, on the way to Chitral Valley.

He says the road was slippery after rain.

Road accidents are common in Pakistan due to a lack of infrastructure, poorly maintained vehicles and reckless driving.

Source: 11 dead in Pakistan bus plunge into ravine | Perth Now

Australia not on Trump’s top relationships list

Aust not on Trump’s top relationships list.

US President Donald Trump has listed at a raucous rally to mark his 100 days in the White House the countries he has built great relationships with – and Australia didn’t receive a mention.

Trump was back in his comfort zone on Saturday, surrounded by placard waving faithful at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center for the rally.

“We have built such strong foundations with the leaders of foreign countries and we are set to rock,” Mr Trump told the packed crowd that chanted “USA, USA, USA”, “lock her up” and “drain the swamp” during his speech.

“But we have great relationships with Germany and Japan and China and so many others, the UK.

“Such great relationships.”

Mr Turnbull will spend less than two days in New York, with a 75th anniversary Battle of the Coral Sea commemorative dinner and a bilateral meeting with Mr Trump on the agenda.

The meeting follows the leaders’ acrimonious January 28 phone call where Mr Trump was upset about the asylum-seeker deal Mr Turnbull struck last year with then President Barack Obama.

Mr Trump has said he will honour the deal.

In his Pennsylvania speech he returned to many of his popular pre-election talking points.

That included his decision, just three days into his presidency, to withdraw the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership with Australia, New Zealand, Japan and eight other Pacific nations.

“To protect our jobs and economic freedom I immediately withdrew the United States from the horrible, disastrous, would have been another NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) but worse Trans-Pacific Partnership,” Mr Trump said.

“That would have taken your jobs in Pennsylvania.

“That I can tell you.

“That was a total hoax.”

In other comments that would have been closely watched in Canberra, Mr Trump said he would make a decision in the next two weeks on America’s support for the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Mr Trump appears to be leaning toward walking away from the agreement, describing it as “the one-sided Paris climate accord” and telling the rally the US has paid billions of dollars while China, Russia and India “have contributed, and will contribute, nothing”.

Mr Trump said full compliance with the agreement could shrink America’s Gross Domestic Product by $US2.5 trillion over a 10-year period and “that means factories and plants closing all over our country”.

“I’ll be making a big decision on the Paris accord over the next two weeks and we will see what happens,” Mr Trump said.

He chose to address the rally instead of attend Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ dinner, becoming the first president since Ronald Reagan in 1981 not to attend.

Mr Reagan was recovering from being shot in an assassination attempt.

Mr Trump described cable TV news channels CNN and MSNBC as “fake news” and said reporters from the outlets “would love to be with us right here tonight”.

“But they are trapped at the dinner which will be very, very boring,” he said.

Source: Aust not on Trump’s top relationships list | Perth Now

Cuban military says plane crashes, 8 dead

Eight people have been killed in the crash of a Cuban military plane in the western province of Artemisa, an official says.

A source briefed on the situation says the plane belongs to Aerogaviota, an airline run by the Cuban military that serves Cuban government agencies. Those include state-run tourism companies and the Cuban oil company.

Aerogaviota was confirming the crash to Cuban officials without releasing details. The person briefed on the situation spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to release the information.

Aerogaviota’s fleet includes the 39-person Soviet-made An-26 and the French-made ATR-42, which carries up to 50 people.

Source: Cuban military says plane crashes, 8 dead | Perth Now

Farmland to provide all of Japan’s electricity. Farmers Producing Crops/Solar Energy Simultaneously

More than enough farmland to provide all of Japan’s electricity.

The practice of food and energy double-generation, known as “solar sharing” in Japan, was originally developed by Akira Nagashima in 2004. Nagashima, a retired agricultural machinery engineer, studied biology and learned of the light saturation point at which increase in the level of sunlight does not cause any further increase in the rate of photosynthesis. (Actually, only a small fraction of the incident sunlight is needed for plants to reach maximum rate of photosynthesis; too much light can be damaging, and plants have evolved mechanisms to protect themselves from being ‘sunburnt’; see [2] Harvesting Energy from Sunlight with Artificial Photosynthesis, SiS 43).

Nagashima came up with the idea of combining PV with farming. He devised and originally patented a special structure like a garden pergola, which was tested in fields with different crops and shading rates. The structures are made of pipes and rows of PV panels mounted above ground, and arranged at certain intervals to allow enough sunlight for photosynthesis. There is no concrete footing so the structures can be easily dismantled; the system is designed to allow adequate sunlight for crops and space for agricultural machinery to be used, as stipulated by MAFF guidelines.

According to Nagashima, the MAFF guidelines are to ensure that farmers remain farmers, and not to fully convert productive farmland into solar facilities. Based on his tests in the Chiba Prefecture, he recommends about 32 % shading rate. Farmers are required to report their annual crop cultivation, and if the amount cultivated on the solar-shared farmland falls below 80 %, they will be required to dismantle the PV system.

Solar-sharing pays

Japan requires about 2.5 million acres of land to supply the entire country’s electricity with PV [1]. Under the solar-share scheme, it will take about 7 million acres of farmland to supply the same amount of electricity. Japan currently has more than 11.3 million acres of available farmland.

Solar sharing could well be a readily available alternative to artificial photosynthesis [2] in harvesting sunlight, as batteries for energy storage improve and come down in price [4] (Renewable Ousting Fossil Energy, SiS 60).

Before the industrial revolution, farmers provided both crops and energy in the form of firewood and charcoal to society, Nagashima said [1], solar-share farming will do the same again and revitalize the farming sector.

Sources: CECHR@CECHR_UoD

MORE: Japanese Farmers Producing Crops and Solar Energy Simultaneously

TV’s Jenny Scordamaglia goes clubbing NAKED… just days after she was photographed cooking in the buff

DECIDING what to wear on a night out can be a troublesome task. But rather than trawling through her wardrobe, Jenny Scordamaglia took an innovative approach and decided to hit the club NAKED.

The 28-year-old model, who is based in Florida, was photographed partying at Café Iguana Pines in little more than a neck scarf and a bit of body paint.

Jenny appeared to be celebrating the 100th episode of the programme shes fronts on Miami TV.

The bold TV presenter posed for pictures with fans while complete starkers.

Exhibitionist reporter Jenny Scordamaglia joins guest Eila Adams in this brand new showImages uploaded to her Facebook account – which she has muzzed with a variety of emojis – show her dancing in the DJ booth with a pal, posing in front of a light-up robot and standing with a group of friends.

Jenny, who regularly turns heads in a variety of outrageously daring ensembles, hit the headlines earlier this week after unveiling a new cooking show – which she hosts naked.

Yet while the cuisine is laid bare for all to see, the viewer may be forgiven to look at the more raw, earthy offerings on show.

In the latest episode she is ably assisted by glamorous guest Eila Adams.

Both women chat about the cooking as if they are totally oblivious about being in the buff in front of a camera.

MORE: Miami TV’s Jenny Scordamaglia goes clubbing NAKED… just days after she was photographed cooking in the buff

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