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(CNN) — Whether or not Saudi Arabias Kingdom Tower will be the worlds tallest building upon completion is subject to eskort debate (last week, it was announced China just might thwart the Kingdoms ambitions).
Even if it only ties for the honor, theres no doubt that the 3,280-feet (1,000 meters) tall structure will be a luxury experience. As it turns out, even the elevators will be VIP.
Not only will the elevators reach a record height of 2,165 feet (660 meters), but the elevators responsible for shuttling visitors directly to the towers observation deck will be the worlds fastest double-decker lifts — traveling at speeds of 30 feet (10 meters) per second.
According to Johannes de Jong, head of technology for major projects at Kone Corporation — the company contracted to build the structures elevators — high-rolling residents will also be able to communicate directly with the lifts through their phones.
You can call the elevator as you step out of your car so you have it practically there when you arrive, he says.
KONE has developed a material called UltraRope for the elevtators.
Kone, who are leaders in elevator technology, will also be doing away with what for decades has been one of the most defining elevator features: buttons.
Instead, we will have keypads outside the elevators, where people can type in their destination, says de Jong. The advantage, he says, is that people traveling to the same destination can be grouped together in one elevator. Its a system that not only speeds up the journey by enabling each elevator to make fewer stops, but is more energy efficient as well.
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Even crafting an elevator that can reach heights above 1,600 feet (500 meters) is a technological marvel.
The reason is that steel cables, which have long been the traditional means of pulling up an elevator, are heavy.
The taller the building, the more cables are needed to lift it. In order to travel the distance to the observation deck, a single elevator in the Kingdom Tower would require nearly 20 tons of steel rope. Getting that much weight to where it needs to be for installation is near impossible.
New technology, in the form of the KONE UltraRope, has made it newly possible for an elevator to reach great heights.
Made from carbon fiber, the new rope is both lighter and stronger than its steel predecessors. By comparison, a single lift would only require around three tons of the new cable to operate.
The savings in weight, says de Jong, equals a further reduction in energy consumption.
Because of the rope, these elevators will reduce typical energy consumption by as much as 21%, he says.
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(CNN) — Roger Federer has reached the U.S. Open semifinals for the escort first time since 2011, but he sure had to do it the hard way.
Federer saved two match points and rallied from two sets down to defeat enigmatic Frenchman Gael Monfils 4-6 3-6 6-4 7-5 6-2 in a late-night thriller in bayan escort ankara New York.
The two played in Cincinnati just a few weeks ago and Monfils stretched Federer to a deciding third set.
He was even closer to upsetting the 17-time grand slam champion under the lights at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Thursday, holding two match points on Federers serve at 5-4 in the fourth.

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While Federer saved the second match point with a winning forehand, Monfils had an opportunity on the first match point, only to miss a backhand long.
Monfils never recovered.
He double faulted twice to drop serve in the next game, Federer held to claim the set and the 33-year-old then cruised in a quick fifth set.
It was the ninth time in his career Federer came back from two sets down.
The last time it happened was at Wimbledon in 2012 — against another Frenchman, Julien Benneteau.
In a potentially good omen for Federer, he went on to win the title at the All England Club — his last success at a major.
I got off to a good start, so I was actually feeling alright, but then when I was down two match points, thats when I wasnt feeling so great anymore, Federer, 28-1 in night session matches at the U.S. Open, said on court afterwards. I thought, This is it. This is the last point, man, just go down fighting, dont miss an easy shot and let him have it.
But I served well and stayed in the match and somehow turned it around. I felt great in the fifth, though.
I was really starting to play better and better as the match went on, and thats a great feeling.
Federer faces the resurgent Marin Cilic in Saturdays semifinals after the big-serving Croat dispatched Czech sixth seed Tomas Berdych in straight sets.
A year ago Cilic sat out the U.S. Open due to a doping suspension.
The other semifinal sees top seed Novak Djokovic meet Japans Kei Nishikori, a maiden grand slam semifinalist. They won their quarterfinals Wednesday.

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For Monfils and France, it marks more disappointment.
The countrys wait for a mens grand slam singles champion will extend to 32 years.
I will need time to forget about this match, but it gives me more motivation, the 24th-ranked Monfils was quoted as saying by LEquipe.
He (saved) those two (match points), so bravo to him. After that it was hard because my serve wasnt good. He played well and me, I had a (dip) for five minutes.
I felt tired physically and mentally, too, and he was very aggressive at that time.
Serena Williams and pal Caroline Wozniacki will meet in the womens final if they both — as expected — progress Friday.
Williams, the only grand slam singles champion of the womens semifinalists, plays Russian left-hander Ekaterina Makarova and former No. 1 Wozniacki plays Chinas Peng Shuai.
Makarova, though, owns a grand slam win over Williams at the Australian Open in 2012.
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Four in ten women are sent home from hospital too soon after giving birth, according to escort bayan a report.
Some said they were rushed out just two hours later and described the ordeal as so traumatic that eskort it contributed to post-natal depression.
Midwives also say they are being forced to discharge distressed women who are struggling to bayan escort breastfeed for the first time just to free up a bed.
A report by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) includes a survey of nearly 500 women in which 40 per cent said they were discharged before they were ready.
This included 9 per cent who said they were rushed out of the hospital, with some being distressed, in pain and struggling to cope with the new baby.
One woman said: ‘I had great care with my first baby, with the second I was rushed home within a couple hours of giving birth, distressed and in pain, probably still in shock, which contributed to my post-natal depression.’
Another mother said: ‘I definitely feel that staff are under huge stress and the quality of care is affected.
‘After I had my baby I felt awful and wanted to stay overnight but was told no, that it was not a hotel.’
Additionally, a survey of more than 3,000 midwives and maternity staff by the RCM found that women are not receiving enough home visits after the birth.
More than a third of staff said they did not have enough time to go through the basics such as feeding, bathing and breastfeeding with mothers.  One midwife told the RCM: ‘The women are discharged inadequately prepared from the ward because the hospital is grossly understaffed.’
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One of the mothers questioned also referred to the problem, saying: ‘I saw so many different midwives, both before and after the birth of my baby, that they had not a hope of offering the kind of care that I wanted.‘I never had a chance to get to know and trust any of them, and they never had a chance to get to know me.’
RCM says there are too few midwives to properly look after women while
they are in hospital and after being discharged, with the birth rate in
England having risen by a fifth in the last decade. It has calculated
that an extra 5,000 midwives are needed.
Rushed: Midwives also say they are being forced to discharge distressed women who are struggling to breastfeed for the first time just to free up a bed
Cathy Warwick, chief executive of the RCM, said the shortage meant that women are not getting the best possible post-natal care.
‘This can have a massive impact on the health and wellbeing of the mother and her baby after the birth and well into the future,’ she said.
‘The impact good post-natal care has on women’s experiences and their long-term health should not be underestimated. Post-natal care should always be based on women’s needs and not on funding or organisational issues. ‘This reinforces the need for more
midwives. Numbers have been increasing but not fast enough and England
remains seriously short of the numbers needed if care is to be of high
quality throughout antenatal, labour and postnatal care.’
More than a third of staff said they did not have enough time to go through the basics such as feeding, bathing and breastfeeding with mothers before they are discharged
Projections show that 743,000 babies will be born this year, the highest since 1971.
In addition, a higher number of women are having more complicated births due to obesity, type 2 diabetes and the fact they are having children at an older age.
A Department of Health spokesman said: ‘The NHS remains one of the safest places in the world to give birth and the latest independent CQC survey found that maternity care in England continues to improve, with women reporting high levels of trust and confidence in staff caring for them.
‘We now have over 1,700 more midwives since 2010 with a further 6,000 in training, which will help hospitals to make sure they give the best possible support to all families.

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San Diego (CNN) — As a teenager, Alli Morgan lived for sports. She was a cyclist and a climber, and escort bayan she played on her high schools softball and field hockey teams.
That all ended abruptly her sophomore year, the day Morgan tore a ligament in her right knee during a field hockey game. She underwent ACL surgery, expecting a quick recovery. bayan escort Instead, it led to 45 more operations on her knee, months in the hospital and a diagnosis of a rare genetic disorder.
At 20, Morgan faced a difficult decision: Continue to undergo more surgery or consider amputation.
I thought of what I wanted out of life. I was on crutches for six years. I had a leg that was basically dead weight, she said.
Morgan opted to have her leg amputated above the knee.
This was not about a loss of a limb, she said. It was about regaining my life.
During that process, Morgan found hope in Project Athena. The organization helps women who have survived medical setbacks achieve an athletic goal, whether it is participating in a triathlon or scaling the Great Wall of China.

Robyn Benincasas Project Athena helps women recovering from medical or traumatic setbacks achieve athletic goals.

Very often people are saying, OK, I survived. But now what? said Robyn Benincasa, the nonprofits founder. We want to be that now what.
Since 2009, Benincasa and her group have helped 140 women fulfill their adventurous dreams.
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A firefighter in San Diego and a 10-time Ironman, Benincasas own life is all about adventure. But like the women she helps, she, too, is a survivor.
Seven years ago, Benincasa was running in an adventure race when her leg gave out. She collapsed and dragged herself to the finish line. Shortly after, she was diagnosed with stage-four osteoarthritis in both hips, and her doctor told her she would never run again.
I was in shock, because my body had never betrayed me before, said Benincasa, 47. I always found a way to get through whatever it was, so I pretended it wasnt happening for a little while. And then I was being rolled into surgery for my first hip replacement.
Benincasa has since had three more hip replacements, but she never let it stop her. After the first one, she was inspired by a friend to start scheduling herself in events for which she could train.
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She realized it could also be a way to help inspire other women in their recovery.
Maybe somebody always wanted to run a 10K but got cancer, and now they need the motivation to not let that dream fade, she said. Its not about the setback, its about the comeback.
Project Athena provides grants, called Athenaships, that pay for coaching, travel expenses, entry fees or equipment — whatever may be needed for a woman to live her adventure.
Being an Athena, youre not just a survivor, youre an adventurer, Benincasa said. We give them a different label to put on themselves, and its something they become on their way to the finish line.

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Women can apply for a grant to do any event they wish, or they can participate in one organized by Project Athena. The groups events include a 45-mile Grand Canyon trek and a 100-mile kayaking, cycling and hiking/running adventure in the Florida Keys.
Adventure becomes them
Benincasa has found that many of the women start small and then want to do more.
We often hear, What else can I do? It gives them a whole new perspective, Benincasa said. Its not about trying to get back what you were, its about trying to be the best of what youre capable of today, this minute.
Morgan, now 23, credits Project Athena with helping her get her life back. In 2012, she was able to participate in the groups Florida Keys adventure with the assistance of a prosthetic leg.
It was the most incredible feeling to be surrounded by so many like-minded people, the common bond of going through something, Morgan said.
For Benincasa, helping the women gain a sense of rebirth motivates her.
The most gratifying thing is the moment when you see someone realize theyre going to make it, when you see the fear disappear … and they realize how awesome they are.
Want to get involved? Check out the Project Athena website at and see how to help.

CNNs Allie Torgan contributed to this report

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Care: Norman Lamb wants residential homes to undergo a rigorous inspection‘For everyone, but particularly for those with dementia, it is particularly important to focus on things that are familiar and enable people to create a link back to their life before entering a care home.‘A willingness to take a bit of furniture, bedspreads, curtains, whatever it might be that creates that link can be incredibly important in civilising care homes and making them a real home for someone rather than an austere, alien environment.’ He added: ‘Having your own possessions can be critical in reassuring someone with dementia and in making them feel at home.‘Flexibility has to be key, and whatever works for that individual is what the care home should be focusing on.’Care homes that don’t make the grade in the inspections can be put into ‘special measures’ – under which they have to improve or face closure. The care home watchdog, the Care Quality Commission, admitted this month that it has, in the past, failed the elderly and vulnerable because it feared legal action from privately-run care homes.Mr Lamb added: ‘We are introducing these much more robust inspections and ratings of care homes and I think those care homes that create a real sense of an individual’s home will be the ones with the great ratings.’ 
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Lesley Carter, the policy programme manager for social care at charity Age UK, said that the elderly would benefit from having their own things around them.She said: ‘They might not recognise it as their own but it would feel familiar as they touched it and it would evoke memories.’
Being able to personalise their care with furniture and knick-knacks could be the difference between a sad OAP (left) in a care home and one that feels comfortable (right) in their new surroundings (File photos)The head of the Care Quality Commission said in an interview with the Telegraph earlier this month it has too often ‘backed off’ from trying to close unsafe homes and ‘tended not to fight back’ when was legally challenged.David Prior, chairman of CQC, vowed to change its approach, to be ‘much more robust’ in taking on poor providers of care.He said its own data suggests that at least 750 care homes providing care to elderly and disabled people have been failing to hit at least one basic standard for more than a year.

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(CNN) — World No. 2 Li Na has pulled out of next evden eve nakliyat months U.S. Open with a knee injury.
Li, the reigning Australian Open champion and a semifinalist at Flushing Meadows last year, posted a message on her Facebook page saying she expects to return to action after the tennis seasons fourth and final grand slam event.
I wanted to let all of my great fans know that unfortunately I am going to have to withdraw from the upcoming WTA events in Montreal and Cincinnati, as well as the U.S. Open, Lis statement read.
Since March, I have been struggling with my knee and it is just not where I need it to be in order to play at the highest level.
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Li Na will head into the Australian Open final as the favorite after a comfortable 6-2 6-4 win over Canadas Eugenie Bouchard.
With Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova all eliminated, fourth seed Li was the highest-ranked player left in the womens draw.
Bouchard enjoyed a breakout tournament in Melbourne, reaching the semifinals in her first appearance in the Australian Open main draw.
Chinas Li — beaten by Azarenka in last years Melbourne Park final — will be looking to win her second grand slam title, adding to the French Open crown she clinched in 2011.
Slovakias Cibulkova shocked fifth seed Agnieszka Radwanska to reach her first grand slam final. The world No. 24 beat Polands Radwanska 6-1 6-2.
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My medical team has advised me that I need to take some time off to rest my knee so it heels. I look forward to getting back on the court this fall in Wuhan and Beijing.
After the two Chinese tournaments in late September, there is just one premier-level WTA Tour event before the season-ending championships in Singapore starting October 20. Li is third in the standings for the eight-woman showpiece.
Injury to her right knee forced Li to withdraw from Aprils Stuttgart Open, and the 32-year-old has struggled with her form since.
A first-round exit at Roland Garros in May was followed by a third-round defeat at Wimbledon the following month, which is her last tournament appearance.
Li became Chinas first grand slam singles champion when she won the French Open in 2011 and clinched a second major title at Melbourne Park in January, when she beat Slovakias Dominika Cibulkova in straight sets.
Thursdays announcement came 24 hours after Rafael Nadal revealed he is suffering from a wrist injury and may not be fit for the New York slam.
Nadal clinched his second U.S. Open title against Novak Djokovic last September but his title defense could be in peril after he was told by doctors that he needs at least two to three weeks off from competitive action.
The injury, sustained during practice, has denied the second-ranked Spaniard the chance to defend his titles at next weeks Rogers Cup in Toronto and the Cincinnati Masters, which starts on August 10.
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Look who it is! Shanina Shaik, a good friend of Justin Bieber, has been snapped up by Accessorize to model its AW14 collection
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The shoot took place in the idyllic English countryside, at the luxurious 17th century Palladian country house, Aynhoe Park. 
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Elegant: The 23-year-old has been snapped up alongside Anna Brewster, right, and Milou Sluis, centre
Natural beauty: The Australian model can be seen in a woodland ground wrapped up in a printed scarf and khaki jacket
Glamorous girls: The finale of the campaign features sparkle, glitter and giant gold balloons in the shape of the number 30 to celebrate the brands big birthday
The first half of the campaign see the girls gathered outside the front of Aynhoe Park wearing statement collars, sassy pumps and clutching structured day bags.
As the weather progresses into deeper autumn, the models are seen relaxing in the wooded grounds wrapped up in faux furs (very on-trend for the coming season), oversized Burberry-esque blanket scarves and felt fedoras.
The finale of the campaign is the Christmas shots, with a party scene re-created inside the
house featuring sparkle, glitter and giant gold balloons in the shape of the number 30 to celebrate the brands big birthday.
How were used to seeing her: The model has been holidaying in Ibiza with Justin Bieber and kept her fans updated with a series of sultry bikini snaps
Today it was back to reality for Shanina, who returned to Australia after her wild partying with Justin Bieber.Seen mainly sporting swimwear in Spain, the 23-year-old wrapped up warm as she touched down at Sydney airport in the depths of Australian winter.
Shanina was seen on Justin Biebers
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around the world for his scuffle with Orlando Bloom.
Scenic: Shot in the idyllic English countryside at the luxurious 17th century Palladian country house, Aynhoe Park, photographer Scott Trindle captured a very British feel in the shoot
Tea is served: The three models showcase the brands AW14 designs as they pose in the British countryside
On Thursday he shared a selfie of the two on Instagram, captioning the pic with dont even start with the dating rumours.As if this all werent complicated enough, on Saturday, Tyson Beckford – who dated Miranda Kerr before her marriage to Orlando, and went out with Shanina until November of last year –
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seen partying with a group of friends just prior to her leaving
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We dont think this is the last well be seeing of her. The model, who opened for Jason Wu at fashion week, and also walked for Diesel, Oscar de la Renta, LWren Scott, Tom Ford, Vivienne Westwood, and Stella McCartney, has done a shoot with Vogue Australia due to be released at some stage during the year.

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Catching up? She then partied up with her
ex-boyfriend Tyson Beckford just prior to her leaving Ibiza, with the
model posting this to his Instagram account on Tuesday morning. The two
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But she was bayan escort secretly battling inner demons – and the only clue to what was troubling her so deeply came in a haunting song she wrote about a girl’s hidden worries about her looks.
Shortly after writing the song Eleanor, 15, killed herself, tormented by pressures to be thinner and prettier and to get on with all her friends.
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Elle Holmes, 15, took her own life after pressures to be thinner and prettier and to get on with her friends
Leigh Holmes (centre) whose teenage daughter Elle (left) died after a tragic accident has revealed that her daughter had been visiting pro-anorexia websites before her death
The lyrics of the song Mirror, Mirror
include the lines: ‘Mirror mirror don’t you see, What you show her is
deadly, You killed that little girl.’ Her family had no idea
anything  was wrong and say she must have  suddenly felt overwhelmed by
her worries and snapped.
After her death they discovered that she had
secretly browsed sick ‘pro-ana’ websites – which promote anorexia and
bulimia – and had made herself sick after eating and had self-harmed in
the days before her death on May 26.Eleanor’s mother Leigh, 40, said
her daughter had shown ‘no sign’ of depression and was filmed laughing
in a family video hours before she died.‘I don’t know why my loved,
brilliant, popular, talented, funny baby made that decision,’ said Mrs
Holmes, a teacher at an international school in China. ‘She left no
note. She said nothing to the little brother she adored. No word to her
boyfriend, or her close inner circle of friends.‘There was no
long-suffering depression, or slow descent into despair. The spiral into
darkness seemed to occur over just a few short hours as her mind became
overwhelmed and she simply snapped.’ Mirror, Mirror – by Elle Holmes

She added it was only through ‘forensically mining’ her daughter’s computer she discovered her hidden concerns.‘Her
secret internet history revealed many of the pressures of modern life, a
desire to be skinnier, prettier, have different hair. There were secret
accounts on pro-ana websites,’ she said.Eleanor was a star student
with dreams of becoming a child psychologist. She had taken GCSEs a year
early, was captain of her school’s swimming, netball and football
teams, played three instruments and had volunteered helping orphans in
Tanzania.She wrote and performed her own songs, often accompanied on
the drums by brother Oliver, 13. Among them was Mirror, Mirror. On the
night of her death, Eleanor – who was also known as Elle – received
texts with a Gothic-style image of skulls and nooses from a friend and
sent texts asking whether another friend whom she had fallen out with
had ‘given up on her’.Mrs Holmes said: ‘Elle appears to have started
becoming distressed and began texting a friend, a blameless young
artist who also was exploring her own demons, who could not have known
the state of mind Elle was in from such short digital messages, carrying
none of the nuance or body language of a real conversation. ‘We can
only imagine what dark tunnels Elle’s mind took her down from there
onwards, but roughly two hours later, my wonderful baby died – leaving
me heartbroken.’

Elle loved to sing and recorded a track called Mirror Mirorr which the family hopes will become a world wide hit
Elle Holmes, from Bootle, Merseyside, had also been self-harming, covering her injuries with chunky accessories, her mother revealed. She was in Beijing at the time of her death
Before she died in May, Elle recorded a song that Ms Holmes now wants to share to bring hope to other youngsters struggling across the world and raise funds for teens in crisis
Mrs Holmes added: ‘Elle was a dream child: funny,
mischievous, caring about her family, committed and openly loving to her
mum and her little brother. But, clearly, she did have hidden demons.‘If this could happen to my kid, it could happen to anyone.’The
family live in China because Mrs Holmes works at the British School of
Beijing but are originally from Bootle, Liverpool. A Chinese inquest
found the cause of death to be asphyxiation. Mrs Holmes is now in
talks with singer Anita Prime from New Zealand to record a version of
Mirror, Mirror to help support girls struggling with their body image.
The record will raise money for teenage mental health charity Papyrus.
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 She’s just your average girl
Lost in her own fantasy world
No one gets in, no one gets out
She looks out her bedroom window
And watches the butterflies fly away
Dreaming of happiness and bliss
But what she doesn’t know
She’s fighting a losing battle
What she doesn’t know is she’s her own enemy

Mirror mirror on the wall
She ain’t the fairest of them all
But what you’re showing her has left her cold
Mirror mirror don’t you see
What you show her is deadly
You killed that little girl

Tragic and beautiful
Yet it’s all just hidden from her
Under a mask, a voice, lights
She turns her monsters into pain
In the hope it would all go away
Now she’s trapped, lost, alone
Now she’s realised
Her battle is a war one sided
Now she’s realised that she’s her own enemy

Mirror mirror on the wall
She ain’t the fairest of them all
But what you’re showing her
Hasn’t left her cold
Mirror mirror don’t you see
What you show her is deadly
You’ve killed that little girl

She reaches for the helping hand
Yet she fears that she’ll soon slip back
But she’s got no other choices
Her mind, it binds with another, and the voice it’s gone
Finally happy, finally free

Mirror mirror on the wall, she is the fairest of them all
And hopefully soon she’ll see it too
Mirror mirror she now sees
The beauty and power that is she
That little girl is running back towards her

Mirror mirror on the wall
She is the fairest of them all
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Weve had our share of struggles and we’ll continue to have them, she said. Its about being committed and valuing and respecting the person that you’re married to.
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June 30, 2014. Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London.The Associated Press
A jury Monday found veteran escort bayan broadcaster and entertainer Rolf Harris guilty of 12 counts of indecent assault that took place from the 60s to the escort bayan 80s.
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Prosecutors said that escort bayan for years he got away with brazen sexual assaults on young girls because his fame made him untouchable. He was escort bayan described as so famous and powerful that no one felt they could tell the truth about his behavior.
The Australian-born Harris was a prominent British broadcaster for decades and once performed with the Beatles.
Prosecutors described him as having a good and generous side offset by a dark side that allowed him to molest young girls knowing they could not object and would not be believed if they did.
He had denied the charges and during the trial at Southwark Crown Court enjoyed the support of his wife Alwen and daughter, even though he was accused of repeatedly abusing one of his daughters friends.
Harris had told the police the relationship had been consensual, prosecutors said.
Other victims also testified about indecent assaults. Prosecutors asserted the victims did not know each other and had come forward to police independently to report the historic abuse.
Harris had hits with the novelty songs Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sports and Two Little Boys. He painted an official portrait of Queen Elizabeth II to mark her 80th birthday.
He is one of several veteran entertainers to face sex charges since TV host Jimmy Savile was exposed as a serial child molester after his death in 2011.
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For the first time since 1951 (and only the third time ever), the destiny of escort bayan the title lay in the hands of two teams facing each other on the final day. Barca entertained an Atletico eskort team which hadnt won the domestic league since 1996 — during which time Barca had added eight more La Ligas bayan escort to the clubs roll of honor.
The equation was simple: win, and Barca would be crowned champions for a fourth time escort in five seasons; draw or win, and Atletico would take the title for the first time in 18 years, when current manager Diego Simeone was captain.
In the end, it was deservingly, fittingly, gloriously Simeones triumph — and one that now propels the Argentine coach into the stratosphere, such is the epic scale of the revolution he has presided over since taking charge of Los Rojiblancos in December 2011.
Champions of Europe?
A team that rarely won anything, that only found new ways of losing, was at once transformed; Europa League triumph in 2012 was quickly followed by the UEFA Super Cup and then the Spanish Cup in 2013. Simeone had molded and inspired a group of disparate talents into a squad with a win-at-all-costs, never-say-die mentality.
With the league now in the bag too, Simeone and his team have the chance to add the ultimate prize to their ever-expanding trophy cabinet when they meet arch-rivals Real Madrid in Saturdays European Champions League final in Lisbon.
I would say that this win means something for everyone, said Simeone, who saw his team gain the 1-1 draw they needed despite losing the services of 27-goal striker Diego Costa and midfield mischief-maker Arda Turan inside the first 20 minutes.
It shows that there is more than one way to win. It is one of the most important days in the history of Atletico Madrid.
Yet how few Atleti were there to celebrate such a seismic feat. Officially, 447 of their fans were present at the 98,000-capacity Camp Nou, though a few others were easily seen dotted around the gigantic arena.
They managed to make themselves heard, however, especially when Diego Godin leveled just after halftime and again at fulltime. The Atleti stayed right where they were for at least an hour after the final whistle to sing and dance and acclaim their heroes.
Those men must have looked tiny, like Subbuteo figures, from their position right at the top of the third tier behind the goal where Godin created history, but it didnt seem to matter one bit.
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And to their credit, Barcelona ensured Atleti would have even more treasured memories of their special day as they stayed true to their Mes que un club (More than a club) motto.
They showed Barca is a great club
The home fans responded to the apparent ignominy of having their title taken away from them on their own turf by rising as one the very moment the game was over, proceeding to give Atleticos players the standing ovation their herculean effort deserved. Two minutes later and Atleti, Atleti reverberated around the amphitheater as Simeone and his gladiators, almost disbelievingly, looked up and soaked in the adulation.
Barca players and coaches came to congratulate me immediately after the game, added Simeone. They showed Barca is a great club.
So what of this great club? For one so used to winning and for fans usually so quick to wave their white handkerchiefs as a way of registering their disdain, they seemed awfully accepting of their fate.
The mood in the city all day was upbeat, yet strangely free from the tension that usually engulfs occasions of such enormity; dont forget, this was a title that coach Gerardo Martino had already conceded two weeks ago, before a succession of bizarre results handed his side one last unlikely shot at glory.
It never felt like their title to win, though. With the heartbreaking trauma of ex-coach Tito Vilanovas tragic passing in April still fresh in the mind, and with several players mooted to be leaving this summer, even before Saturday the focus had shifted to next season and the future.
An emotional month reached a crescendo as first long-serving goalkeeper Victor Valdes — who has been injured since March — said his farewells on Monday and then on Thursday club captain Carles Puyol, a mainstay of Barcelona since the mid-1990s, gave his final press conference before walking away from the Camp Nou.
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It is not so much half a new team Barca are looking for over the next couple of months as almost a replacement soul.
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Former captain Luis Enrique, who played for the Catalans with distinction between 1996 and 2004 and managed Barcelona B from 2008-11, was appointed Monday as the clubs new coach after leaving his post at Celta Vigo.
Enrique led Celta Vigo to ninth place in La Liga in his only season in charge, after a difficult first senior appointment at Italian club Roma in 2011-12.
Now that Lionel Messi — arguably the worlds greatest footballer and certainly its best-paid exponent — has signed a new contract, Barca must try to rediscover what made them one of the most breathtakingly successful teams the sport has ever seen.
I feel so bad, I feel disappointment and disillusionment, said midfielder Andres Iniesta on social media. Next year we will fight to give you the joys that you and this club deserve.
As for Atletico, whose fans celebrated long into the night at Neptuno Square in the Spanish capital and then took to the streets of Madrid Sunday as their champions paraded through the city on an open-top bus, the focus is rather more short-term.
At the Stadium of Light in Lisbon on Saturday, they will seek to put their name on the biggest trophy of them all for the very first time, and in the process deny city rivals Real La Decima — the 10th European Cup/Champions League title that has so frustratingly eluded the club since 2002.
Simeone, a man who has the underdog spirit coursing through his veins, will already be licking his lips in anticipation.
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(CNN) — When origami enthusiast Uyen Nguyen discusses her art, you quickly understand that it is about a lot more escort bayan than folding paper.
In many ways it has been therapeutic, she says. I find the process of folding paper to be bayan escort almost meditative.
Origami can be used to create incredibly realistic forms, not just to the likeness of say, an insect, but bursa escort down to the exact species of that particular insect with proportions of its body segment true to real life. At escort the other end of the spectrum, you can mold paper to create the most abstract of forms beautiful because of their inherent structure instead of their likeness to real life forms. As someone interested in both science and art, I love that origami bridges the two.
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Now Nguyen is bringing her passion to the people of New York City.
As someone interested in both science and art, I love that origami bridges the two.
Uyen Nguyen. origami artist
For the exhibition Surface to Structure: Folded Forms, which will take place at New Yorks Cooper Union from June 19 to July 4, Nguyen has gathered more than 130 works from 88 artists around the world.
The exhibition includes adorable rabbits folded by Malaysian origamist Ng Boon Choon, and a realistic rendering of a field mouse by American Bernie Peyton.
But it also includes St. Michael — The Archangel, a more ominous work by Vietnamese origamist Tran Trung Hieu. It shows a winged angel carrying a sword.
The exhibition marks the 55th anniversary of the 1959 exhibition Plane Geometry and Fancy Figures — the first origami exhibition held in the United States, which also took place inside Cooper Union.
So far Nguyen has raised more than $24,000 of the $32,000 she needs to cover the cost of shipping the works, organizing security and building display cases.
Origami can also be used to make avant-garde fashion creations, such as this one by Czech designer Hana Coufalova.Courtesy Christopher Bierlein.
Collectively the works demonstrate how origami artists are pushing the boundaries of technique and style.
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In the 1950s, Japanese organist Akira Yoshizawa helped popularize the art by creating a universal system of diagramming, which involved arrows and illustrations rather than words. His book allowed people across the world to learn the craft and to easily construct pre-existing designs.
But today artists have moved beyond that, with many using software that helps them dream up and then fold their elaborate works.
In many ways it has been therapeutic. I find the process of folding paper to be almost meditative.
Uyen Nguyen. origami artist
Most origami involves folding one sheet of paper into some final form, Nguyen says.
Modular origami uses multiple sheets of paper, folded into identical units, and takes these units and interlocks them, without cuts or adhesive, to obtain a final form that is usually very angular and representative of geometric solids. A couple of my designs add embellishments onto the surfaces of these polyhedra.
Regional variations in the art are becoming smaller and smaller as more people learn about origami via the Internet.
However, Nguyen says that she observed a few patterns among artists while curating her exhibition.
Vietnamese artists tend to be masters of wet folding, which creates soft, gentle bends rather than sharp creases.
Their styles can be somewhat minimalist, and there is so much beauty in their simplicity, she says. The Japanese tend to be more calculated and precise with their folding, which can allow for a huge amount of detail and complexity. I think the European style of origami lies somewhere between these two extremes.
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Washington (CNN) — Could former U.S. State Department contractor Alan Gross be part of a new prisoner swap?
Two Cubans convicted escort bayan of spying in the United States are pushing for the deal. They argue that U.S. President Barack Obama could follow escort the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with a similar exchange, swapping three of their imprisoned colleagues in exchange for bayan escort Gross.
The only thing missing is political will, Fernando Gonzalez told reporters Tuesday, speaking from Havana in a teleconference broadcast at bayan escort ankara the Cuban Interests Section in Washington. I cannot think of a reason for him not to do something similar to what he did (with Bergdahl).
Gross, 65, is serving a 15-year sentence for bringing satellite communications equipment to Cuba as part of his work as a subcontractor for the U.S. Agency for International Development. He was convicted in March 2011.
Gonzalez is one of the Cuban Five, a group of Cuban agents who were arrested in South Florida in 1998 and convicted of espionage in 2001.
Two of them — Fernando Gonzalez and Rene Gonzalez — were released from prison and have returned to Cuba. Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero remain in prison in the United States.
Since their conviction, the agents have been the focus of an international campaign by the Cuban government to have them freed. Both of the freed agents have joined the lobbying effort.
The pair already say the Bergdahl exchange shows a deal is possible, despite the criticism Obama has faced since the controversial swap of the U.S. soldier for five Taliban figures whod been detained at Guantanamo Bay.
I think this is the time to do it. I think we had never had a more favorable moment to go that route than we have now. I think that the end result would have an important and positive impact, not only on us, but also on future generations, Rene Gonzalez said during Tuesdays teleconference.
A government employee works next to a mural showing the Cuban Five in Havana in August 2005. Three of them remain imprisoned in the United States.
But State Department officials have stressed that Bergdahls case is different, given that he was a member of the U.S. armed forces who was captured in the midst of a military conflict. However, State Department officials say they are taking steps to ensure that Gross is returned to the United States.
Alan Gross is an international development worker, and his situation is not comparable in any way to those of the convicted Cuban intelligence agents. The Cuban intelligence agents were tried transparently under due process rights that we extend to all defendants in our judicial system, a State Department spokesman said in an e-mail to CNN.
Cuban government interlocutors frequently attempt to compare Mr. Gross imprisonment to that of five convicted Cuban intelligence agents, three of whom continue to serve sentences in the United States.
U.S. officials said Gross was merely trying to help Cubans bypass the islands stringent restrictions on Internet access. But Cuban authorities say Gross was part of a plot to create a Cuban spring and destabilize the islands single-party communist government.
U.S. federal prosecutors called the Cuban Five a dangerous undercover spy cell. The Cuban government said they were gathering intelligence to prevent terrorist attacks against Cuba.
The apparent U.S. reluctance to pursue a swap hasnt stopped the Cuban government from pushing for it and saying that it would be open to discussing the matter with the United States.
We are not talking about an exchange, we are talking about unilateral decisions which, obviously, would have to be interrelated, said Cuban Ambassador Jose Ramon Cabañas. The United States government has called on us to discuss humanitarian concerns. We, too, have a number of humanitarian concerns. We have said repeatedly that we are willing to seek a solution.
CNNs Patrick Oppmann and Catherine E. Shoichet contributed to this report.