The body of a missing five-year-old girl has been found in a wooden box filled with cement that her mother was using as a bedside table. Officers discovered Milagros Nazareth Martin's body in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires after her concerned father contacted them because he had not seen her for months. The girl's mother, Vanesa Mansilla, has reportedly been charged with "culpable homicide". She is said to have first told the father that she had placed the child in the care of social services because of the poor living conditions in her home. When police turned up to search her house, she reportedly admitted her daughter had died but that she did not know what to do and was "scared". Fearing her other two children, aged three and seven, would be taken from her, she is said to have placed the body in a bag, which was put into a box that was filled with cement taken from a nearby building site. "She used the box with the body inside as a bedside table in her … [Read more...] about Body of girl, 5, found in concrete block used as bedside table by mother in Buenos Aires
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The charity boss at the centre of the Buckingham Palace racism row and her six siblings grew up in the 1960s as the "only black family on our road. Ngozi Fulani, now 61, said her parents, who had moved to Britain from Barbados as part of the Windrush generation, "embraced everybody" and never allowed the "barriers we faced outside" to be brought into the house in Kilburn, northwest London. In an interview with Future Hackney, Ms Fulani said her father would take them to house parties because "black people were not allowed" in pubs. She was once "shooed" away by a white teacher at school, while her brothers would "come home with their faces swollen" having been bullied by their peers or attacked by the police, she added. And when her sister gave birth at the age of 17, her white social worker used a racist term to describe her baby. "We were very aware from the get-go that even though we were born here, we were not welcome," she wrote. The interview concluded with Ms … [Read more...] about Who is Ngozi Fulani – the domestic abuse charity founder subjected to racism at Buckingham Palace?
Click here to read the full article. Damon Wayans Jr. and Kameron Tarlow’s Two Shakes Entertainment is developing “Shuga: Baltimore” at CBS Studios for Paramount+, it was revealed at the ongoing Content London conference on Thursday. “Shuga: Baltimore” is an offshoot of “MTV: Shuga,” the MTV Staying Alive Foundation’s long-running drama series and multimedia campaign that launched on Dec. 1 (World AIDS Day), 2009, in Kenya and followed the lives of young people on the African continent. Since then, the drama has had iterations in Nigeria, South Africa, Cote d’Ivoire and India and has touched on numerous plot lines relating to HIV testing and prevention, COVID-19, family planning and contraception, transactional sex, gender-based violence, and condom use. Stars include Lupita Nyong’o (“Black Panther”) and Thuso Mbedu (“The Woman King”). More from Variety Paramount TV Studios, CBS Studios Hit With Layoffs Paramount+ Reveals Premiere Date for MTV Docs Slate, Debuts … [Read more...] about Damon Wayans Jr.‘s Two Shakes Developing ’Shuga: Baltimore’ at CBS Studios for Paramount+
BOSTON — In its spirit, the arrival of Prince William and Princess Catherine of Wales to Boston on Tuesday landed somewhere between Kabuki and comic operetta. Disembarking from the plane that brought her here, the former Kate Middleton wore a slim pantsuit, a whopping pair of sapphire earrings and the stilettos that are her version of Crocs. For a later City Hall appearance, she would change into a tartan Burberry frock, an Alexander McQueen coat, more modest earrings by Shyla London and further spike heels. The prince was his wife’s visual foil in a two-button suit of dark navy with a single vent, a white spread collar shirt and a figured necktie. Notice from the royals’ Kensington Palace offices alerted the press that their highnesses were traveling to the United States to promote their environmental innovation initiative, the Earthshot Prize — headed by Hannah Jones, the former chief sustainability officer at Nike — and that they “won’t be distracted by other things.” Their … [Read more...] about A Royal Visit, at a Careful Distance
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 1977: The right to live with extended family In 1973, East Cleveland, Ohio, cited Inez Moore for violating its housing ordinance. Moore lived with her son and two grandsons, who were first cousins, not brothers - failing the city's narrow test for which family members could live together. In Moore v. City of East Cleveland (1977), the Supreme Court struck down the ordinance, noting the line of cases back to Meyer v. Nebraska (1923) and Pierce v. Society of Sisters (1925) that point to a "private realm of family life which the state cannot enter." - - - Tofu sizzles in a pan as Yeon Sook Nam cooks dinner at home in Fairfax, Va. The 76-year-old holds a small bowl and mixes red peppers - grown in her backyard garden - with soy sauce and garlic, whisking them with a spoon. The spread on the long dining room table will eventually include sauteed … [Read more...] about The deep rewards – and tangled legal history – of living with extended family