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Stars At The Border Protesting Donald Trump’s Separation Of Kids From Families: Mira Sorvino & More
Amber Heard, Lena Dunham & so many more celebs showed up to protest at the Texas-Mexico border! Check out all the favorite celebs standing up to Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy here!
The Mexico-US border city of Tornillo, Texas became a crossroads where hundreds of protestors voiced their concerns, anger and frustration at the Trump administration’s policy that separated kids from their parents, according to CNN. Among those lending a voice to children who are voiceless were Mira Sorvino, Amber Heard, Sia, Lena Dunham, Bella Thorne, Joshua Jackson, and more. These celebs showed up to challenge Trump’s policy just like everyone else who was present to protest the growing crisis of family separation and its harmful short-term and long-term effects on the children caged up away from their parents. This comes as a result of the White House’s “zero tolerance” policy toward illegal border crossings. Even though Trump has issued an executive order that he claims will keep children together with their families, its legality is still very much uncertain.
In addition to posting a picture of all the celebs who protested Trump, Lena shared an inspirational message. “We came to Tornillo, Texas, to show our solidarity with the families who have been separated, the children who are alone and the parents who are grieving and the undocumented Americans who are losing more than I can fathom,” Dunham wrote. “Thank you, Tornillo, for showing us a warm border welcome and reminding us that together we rise.”
Meanwhile, Mira revealed that it was Lena who invited her to come to the border. Sorvino wrote in the caption of an Instagram post, “TY so much @lenadunham for inviting me on this moving journey of bearing witness at the border. Tho they would not let us pass through, knowing that those children were there on the other side of the barbed wires, in a desert where the heat was easily over 100, made me want to fight even harder to.”
Greenwich murder: Man charged after body found in garden
A man has been charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead in a back garden in south-east London.
Gary Davies, 50, of Tunnel Avenue, Greenwich, is due to appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
A 56-year-old woman was found dead behind a house in Tunnel Avenue at about 11:30 BST on Saturday.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said it appeared she had been stabbed. Her next of kin have been informed but formal identification has not yet taken place.
The spokesman added: “Although the incident is not thought to be domestic, detectives believe the deceased and the man charged were known to each other.”
World Cup 2018: Colombia win 3-0 to end Poland’s last-16 hopes
Radamel Falcao scores his first goal of the World Cup as Colombia claim a dominant win to end Poland’s hopes of reaching the last 16.
Aaron Rodgers Kisses GF Danica Patrick On The Head During Teammate’s Wedding — See Pic
Aw! Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers showed off a bit of PDA while attending his teammate’s wedding! See the adorable pic here!
Aaron Rodgers, 34, is feeling the love at his teammate’s wedding! The Green Bay Packers quarterback was photographed kissing girlfriend Danica Patrick, 36, on the head while the couple attended Davante Adams‘ wedding on June 23. So sweet!
Aaron began dating the former professional race car driver in January 2018, about one month after she ended her relationship with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 30. The pair made their romance official by going on a series of dinner dates together. Things only got more serious from there, with Aaron giving the racing driver a kiss ahead of her final NASCAR race at the 2018 Daytona 500.
In April, Danica gushed about her boyfriend while appearing on the April 30 episode of The Rachael Ray Show. “He’s funny. He’s very kind. He’s thoughtful,” she said when asked to list off what she likes about the NFL star. “He’s super smart. And he’s really good at football… And he’s tall and he’s big, and I like that.”
In May, Danica revealed that the football player didn’t give her his number when they first met. “We met at the ESPYs back in 2012 … we remember meeting each other, it was quick,” she said during an interview on the Jenny McCarthy Show, according to Us Weekly. “I got his email address, and I remember thinking to myself back then, like, ‘Oh, on the down low. Not a phone number, just an email address. Which is whatever.’”
Danica added that she and Aaron stayed in touch, but would sometimes go years without talking.“It wasn’t until, obviously, recently that we actually had phone numbers,” she said before revealing their code names for each other. “We referred to each other as Chicago and Green Bay,” she added. “It was very cute.”
Erdogan ‘wins’ Turkey’s presidential election
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has been returned as president of Turkey, according to unofficial results.
People have been voting in both presidential and parliamentary elections.
The ballots will transform the country from a parliamentary democracy into an executive presidency – something approved in a referendum last year.
Under the new system, the president will be able to form the government, appoint ministers, vice presidents and top bureaucrats, issue decrees, prepare the budget and impose states of emergency.
Opposition politicians had vowed to return Turkey to parliamentary democracy with strong checks and balances.
“The nation has entrusted to me the responsibility of the presidency and the executive duty,” 64-year-old Mr Erdogan said.
He also declared victory for the People’s Alliance, which comprises his AKP party and the smaller Nationalist Movement Party.
He said the alliance had a “parliamentary majority” in a new 600-member assembly, containing 50 more members than before.
Image: Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses supporters in Istanbul
Earlier, Mr Erdogan’s main rival for the presidency, 54-year-old former physics teacher Muharrem Ince, accused the country’s state-run Anadolu news agency of “manipulation”.
After the agency said 85% of ballot boxes had been counted, Mr Ince claimed it was only 37%.
Election observers and party members should not “abandon the ballot boxes”, he said.
But government spokesman Bekir Bozdag alleged Ince was “threatening and targeting” the agency.
Mr Ince was backed by the main centre-left main opposition, the Republican People’s Party, or CHP.
Rallies he spoke at in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir drew huge numbers.
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