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Mia Khalifa - Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa vows never to set foot on land again after Ibiza boat trip - dailystar.co.uk - Paris - London - Texas - Puerto Rico - Lebanon
Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa vows never to set foot on land again after Ibiza boat trip
Mia Khalifa has vowed to “never” step foot on land ever again.The 29-year-old party girl, who has more than four million Twitter followers, has been living it up in Ibiza this week during a European trip with boyfriend, Puerto Rican singer Jhay Cortez.And most of that holiday has been spent on a boat – which she appears to be enjoying.READ NEXT: Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa delights fans with stunning London rooftop bikini shootThe Lebanese beauty, who studied at the University of Texas, posted several holiday updates on her Instagram stories.One of those showed her wearing a skimpy bikini while eating (what looks like) fruit, with the caption: “Never going back on land, I'm a sailor now”.She also posted a video of herself and Cortez enjoying a sunlight meal on the deck, featuring fresh oysters, pitta bread, a bowl of carrots and a plate of dry-aged meat and bread sticks.She also uploaded a short video of her drinking fresh coconut milk straight out of a coconut, with a straw.While in Europe she Mia made sure to tick off all of the continent's top destinations, taking in Paris, London and now sunnier climes down south on the party islandThe pair have been snapped in the last few days on a luxury boat journey, also spending time zooming about on jet skis and even doing a spot of scuba diving."Boat boy now," Khalifa said of her partner as they lounged on a yacht. She also grinned as he spun about in the water on one of the high-powered jet skis.It comes after the model spent last week sharing with her 28 million Instagram followers clips of London's famous sights, on the first leg of her jaunt around Europe.Having delighted her fans by announcing her arrival with a racy rooftop bikini photoshoot in front of the St.
Cyrielle Raingou Wins Kirch Foundation Award at Munich Film Up! - variety.com - France - India - Ukraine - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - Slovenia - Lebanon - county Alexander - Cameroon
Cyrielle Raingou Wins Kirch Foundation Award at Munich Film Up!
Leo Barraclough International Features EditorCameroon’s Cyrielle Raingou has won the Kirch Foundation Award, which comes with a €5,000 cash prize, for her film project “I’m Coming for You.”The award comes at the conclusion of the first edition of Munich Film Up!, an eight-month mentoring and residency program for film school graduates that started in November.The program was created by the Pop Up Film Residency, in partnership with the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF München) and the Munich Film Festival.The six filmmakers who took part in the program were:Lana Bregar, Slovenia (Film school: AGFRT Ljubljana) with “Dark Head” Erec Brehmer, Germany (Film school: HFF München) with “Lightness and Weight” Anastasiya Gruba, Ukraine (Film school: Kyiv University) with “Women Suicide Season” Loïc Hobi, Switzerland/France (Film school: Ecole de la Cité) with “Crypto Lover” Cyrielle Raingou, Cameroon (Film school: Doc Nomads Master) with “I’m Coming for You” Pratik Thakare, India (Film school: Satyajit Ray Institute Kolkata) with “A Midnight Meal” “I’m Coming for You,” which is still at an early stage of development, centers on Karthoumi, a young mother. Always wearing a hijab, she rides a Bobber motorcycle across Africa’s Sahel region to trade with Boko Haram terrorists.
Restaurant worker's burns prevented from worsening by colleagues using sprinklers - dailystar.co.uk - Lebanon
Restaurant worker's burns prevented from worsening by colleagues using sprinklers
fire while cleaning the floor, used sprinklers to keep his burns from worsening.The 24-year-old worker was in a serious condition in hospital and placed into an induced coma after the incident, which saw him suffering critical burns to 30% of his body including his arms, face and chest, the Daily Mail reports.Diners at On Sunset in the Parramatta district of Sydney had to be evacuated on Tuesday night after a spark from a faulty dishwasher caused the cleaning agent the man was using on the floor to ignite.Colleagues were said to have used sprinklers to try and keep the man's burns from worsening while they waited for emergency services to arrive.READ MORE: Heiress blocked from inheriting dad's £7m fortune because she refuses to get a jobThe employee was placed into an induced coma by paramedics before being taken to hospital for further treatment.The incident at the Lebanese restaurant also led to the evacuation of 150 people living in apartments above the venue.“This patient was in significant pain when we arrived after having suffered burns to around 30% of his body," New South Wales ambulance inspector Brian Parsell told the Daily Mail.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.He added: “We were able to stabilise the patient and placed him into an induced coma at the scene before transporting him to Concord Hospital for further care."This is a reminder to the public of the dangers present when working with commercial and domestic gases; we ask that you please take care around open flames and flammable liquids at all times.”NSW Police and fire investigators carried out investigations at the restaurant on Tuesday and Wednesday.Safe Work NSW is also investigating
Disney - ‘Lightyear’ reportedly banned in 14 countries over same-sex kiss scene - nme.com - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Indonesia - Uae - Malaysia - Lebanon
‘Lightyear’ reportedly banned in 14 countries over same-sex kiss scene
Pixar’s upcoming Toy Story spin-off movie Lightyear has reportedly been banned in 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, due to a scene that depicts a same-sex kiss.The scene depicting a lesbian space ranger named Alisha and her partner sharing a brief kiss had originally been cut by Disney, but was reinstated after Pixar animators penned an open letter criticising the company for censoring “overtly gay affection” in its films.As a result, the film will not be screened in cinemas across Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia and more, Reuters has reported. Disney has yet to comment.The United Arab Emirates’ National Media Council announced via Twitter on Monday (June 13) that the film will not be licensed for screening in cinemas “due to its violation of the country’s media content standards”.The animated film "LIGHTYEAR" is not licensed to be shown in the cinemas of the #UAE.#UAE_BARQ_EN pic.twitter.com/tyeXxWHFe6— UAE BARQ (@UAE_BARQ_EN) June 13, 2022A Variety report also claims that the film was initially approved for release in the UAE, but had its license revoked after posts on social media accused the film of insulting Muslims and Islam.According to Variety, a source close to Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board had asked for edits to the film.