Prime Minister Ana Brnabić

In a world first Ana Brnabić has become the first LGBTQ world leader to have a child with her partner while in office. The baby boy has been named Igor. Djurdjic became pregnant as a result of artificial insemination. In 2017, Ana Brnabić became Serbia’s first openly gay – and female – Prime Minister, despite some politicians refusing to support her ... Read More »

Who is news editor

A news editor curates and reviews content by other journalists to be published online, in newspapers or other forms of print media. Their job duties including editing, proofreading, reaching out to journalists for stories, organizing a team of writers and possibly creating their own original content. It is important for editors to have strong organizational abilities as well as impeccable ... Read More »

Who is Issei Sagawa

It’s been more than 150 years since Japan opened its ports to the Western world after centuries of isolation, yet some things about it still mystify us. Here are 12 things you probably didn’t know about Japanese culture. The term omiyage is often translated to souvenir in English, but omiyage are much more than that. Unlike souvenirs, which people often buy for themselves, omiyage are something people ... Read More »

Award to Carlos Queiroz

Queiroz coached the national team from 2011 to 2019, according to the German soccer website Transfermarkt. The qualified for both 2014 and 2018 under his leadership, but lost in the first round of each.  Queiroz most recently coached the Egyptian team, leaving in April. Egypt is one of the stronger teams in the Middle East, but failed to qualify for ... Read More »

Welcome to the football team

When you’re a young footballer, it can sometimes be quite difficult to join a new group of people who already know each other and to get comfortable with a new team straight away. This is where a team coach can really come into their own. With our years of football coaching experience in mind we’ve put together a list of ... Read More »

Sharon Stone in Saudi Arabia for Red Sea Film

Sharon Stone proved she’s lost none of her A-list allure as she joined a host of stars in Saudi Arabian city Jeddah for the Red Sea International Film Festival  Opening Night Gala screening of What’s Love Got To Do With It?  The actress, 64, looked nothing short of incredible in a voluminous pale pink gown as she made her showstopping ... Read More »

Queen Camilla and first ladies of different countries

Queen Consort Camilla opened the gates of Buckingham Palace this week to welcome a number of European royals for a special event. King Charles’s wife hosted the likes of Queen Rania of Jordan, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, and the Countess for a Violence Against Women and Girls Event. The gestures don’t need to be long ... Read More »

Spectators in Qatar

The opening game of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar saw thousands of seats empty during the match as spectators watching the first-round clash between the host nation and Ecuador left early. The Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, which can hold up to 60,000 people, had thousands of empty seats approaching full-time as Qatari fans left before the full-time whistle ... Read More »

The technical staff of the American team

Some coaches, mostly offensive and defensive coordinators, spend the games high up in the booths watching the game play out with a bird’s eye view. Being in the booth has it’s advantages but you also lose the opportunity to have direct contact with your players on the field, which is why many stay on ground level. Between the head coach, ... Read More »

People in world cup 2022

The United States Men’s National Team played a game in a World Cup for the first time in eight years when they debuted at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup against Wales this past Monday and around 11.7 million Americans followed the game on TV or in a live stream online. In the U.S., FOX has the English broadcasting rights, ... Read More »