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Gerard Pique - El Clasico - Gerard Pique faces having to wear 'Shakira' on Barcelona kit weeks after their split - dailystar.co.uk - Spain - USA - Manchester - Puerto Rico - Colombia - county Camp
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Gerard Pique faces having to wear 'Shakira' on Barcelona kit weeks after their split
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique could have to appear in the Camp Nou with the name of his ex Shakira on his shirt.Reports in Spain said the Colombian singer could be the next to benefit from the Catalan club’s sponsorship with Spotify after they opted to wear the OVO owl on their jersey in Sunday’s El Clasico.The owl is the symbol of music artist Drake’s brand and he recently made history by becoming the first artist to reach 50 billion streams.READ MORE: Cristiano Ronaldo's sister hits out and makes her disgust clear at Newcastle substitutionShakira is about to release her new single Monotonia with Puerto Rican singer Ozuna and has already sparked speculation it reflects her acrimonious split with Pique after 11 years and two children together.Barcelona-based sports journalist Moises Llorens’ claims a deal is close to being sealed with the shapely singer-songwriter which would see her feature on the Barcelona shirt, has been echoed by several Spanish and south American newspapers.What's the most embarrassing moment you've seen a footballer involved in? Let us know in the comments section belowLeading Spanish news website El Espanol reported overnight: “Barcelona is planning the 'reunion' of Gerard Pique with Shakira.”There has not yet been any official comment from the singer or the football club, which has made no secret of its aim of bringing football and music together through its partnership with Spotify. Ex-Manchester United player Pique has had to endure jibes from fans who have chorused his ex’s name during matches after they confirmed in May they were splitting.
Constance Wu - Anna Camp - Finn Wittrock - Constance Wu will make return to the stage in 2:22 - A Ghost Story as member of star-studded cast - dailymail.co.uk - county Story - county Ozark - county Camp
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Constance Wu will make return to the stage in 2:22 - A Ghost Story as member of star-studded cast
Constance Wu is making her way back to the stage. The Crazy Rich Asians star, 40, will be joining the cast of 2:22 – A Ghost Story in Los Angeles later this month. It debuted on London's West End last year and will make its Los Angeles debut at the Ahmanson Theatre.  New role: Constance Wu is making her way back to the stage (pictured June 2022)The Fresh Off the Boat actor joins an already star-studded cast consisting of Ratched actor Finn Wittrock, Pitch Perfect star Anna Camp and Ozark actor Adam Rothenberg.  2:22 – A Ghost Story is a simple four-person play centering around Wu's character Jenny who believes her home is haunted. Her husband, Finn Wittrock, doesn't believe her, and they argue with their dinner guests, played by Camp and Rothenberg.  Star-studded: The Crazy Rich Asians star, 40, joined the cast of 2:22 – A Ghost Story in Los Angeles later this month (pictured October 2, 2022) Co-star: The Fresh Off the Boat actor joins an already star-studded cast consisting of Ratched actor Finn Wittrock (pictured 2020), Pitch Perfect star Anna Camp and Ozark actor Adam Rothenberg The quartet decides to stay up until 2:22 AM to test their theory, and it slowly feels as if something is approaching. Performances will begin on October 29 with the official run beginning November 4. It will run through December 4. Wu has starred in a number of stage productions including And the Earth Moved as well as the Shakespeare play The Tempest.  New movie coming soon: She has a number of film projects on the way as well including Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, the comedy-musical based on the children's book of the same name Coming to theaters Friday: The film is set for release on October 7, 2022 (Wu pictured at Oct.
German army camp training Ukrainian soldiers spied on by unknown drones - dailystar.co.uk - Sweden - Ukraine - Russia - Norway - Germany - county Camp
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German army camp training Ukrainian soldiers spied on by unknown drones
Russia has come under fire after mysterious drones appeared in the sky above a German army base where Ukrainians were being trained to fight.About a dozen drones were reportedly spotted in the late hours of September 30 and the early morning of October 1, according to Business Insider.Germany's Federal Ministry of Defense confirmed the sightings, which occurred over military grounds between the states of Bavaria and Hesse, where Ukrainian soldiers were being trained to use armoured vehicles set to be delivered to the besieged nation. READ MORE: Ukraine's sharpest shooters firing huge sniper which can hit target four miles away The ministry also stated that there was a police operation in progress near the military base when the drones were spotted.“The police were informed immediately and started investigating," a security source said."The investigations continue.”However, officials stressed that there was no danger to German citizens "at any time".While nobody has openly pointed the finger at the Kremlin, it is thought that Russia is likely behind the flurry of drones.This isn't the first time this year that mystery drone sightings have wreaked havoc on a nation.Just a few days ago a series of drones managed to infiltrate a security zone over a Norwegian oil rig, while back in January, a similar occurrence happened near a Swedish nuclear power plant.Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre said: "There is increasing evidence that this was a deliberate act and we are in a very serious situation.
Army suicide tragedy as three women from same regiment take their own lives in a year - dailystar.co.uk - county Kent - Iraq - Afghanistan - county Camp - Estonia
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Army suicide tragedy as three women from same regiment take their own lives in a year
soldiers from the same unit have taken their own lives in the last year. All of the women were serving with the Royal Artillery at the time of their deaths.Gunner Sophie Madden, 23, was found hanged inside an Army camp in Kent three weeks ago. READ MORE: Brit troops must be ready 'to fight and win' to stop Putin, says top army chiefShe was serving with 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery when she died.Her death followed that of 19-Year-old Gunner Jaysley-Louise Beck, who was found dead at Larkhill Barracks on Salisbury Plain last December.Jaysley was serving with 14 Regiment Royal Artillery Recruitment Team when she died.Iraq and Afghan war veteran, Bombardier Nadine Askew, 31, was found dead in July last year.Known as Skew or Dotty, she completed a tour of Iraq, two of Afghanistan and joined peacekeeping duties in Estonia.She had served with 26th Regiment Royal Artillery, before becoming an instructor, training recruits on an AS-90 armoured vehicle with the 1 Royal Horse Artillery.Three weeks before her death, she joined a Queen’s gun salute in Edinburgh, with her role making her one of the few women to be in command of the gun.At the time of her death, her mum Amanda, said: “She was loved, she was cherished, she had a heart of gold and if there was any trouble, she would deal anybody out.“She had two families, she had us and she had her girls, her Army friends, and they were great friends and looked after each other.
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