Cristiano Ronaldo welcomed his fourth child - and third baby in five months -earlier this month.
And Cristiano Ronaldo showed that fatherhood suits him down to the ground as he showcased his
jaw-dropping muscular physique in a video to promote his CR7 Denim
sensation, 32, who welcomed 12-day-old daughter Alana Martina with
girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez on November 12, positively sizzled as he
stripped down to just a tight pair of stonewashed jeans, flaunting his
rippling six-pack and muscular pecs.
Oscar Pistorius’ prison sentence has been increased to 13 years and
five months by South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal.
The court on
Friday Nov 24,2017 upheld an appeal by prosecutors, who challenged Pistorius’
original six-year jail sentence saying it was too lenient for his
conviction of murder in the shooting of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in
Pistorius has served just over a year of that six-year sentence.
Pistorius shot Steenkamp in the pre-dawn hours of Valentine’s Day 2013.
He was initially convicted of manslaughter but also had that conviction
overturned and replaced with a murder conviction by the Supreme Court
Nov. 06,2017: After a campaign of public insults against Vice President
Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mugabe fires his longtime deputy, later accusing him
of plotting to take power via witchcraft. Mnangagwa flees the country.
Nov 13: Army commander Constantino Chiwenga issues a rare public
rebuke, saying the military won’t hesitate to “step in” to calm
political tensions and criticizing the handling of the once-prosperous
southern African nation’s crumbling economy.
Nov. 14: Armored personnel carriers are seen on the outskirts of the
capital, Harare. The military moves in overnight, taking control of the
Nov. 15: The military announces that Mugabe is under house arrest and
an operation has begun to arrest “criminals” around him who harmed the
economy. Unpopular first lady Grace Mugabe, who many feared would
replace Mnangagwa and even succeed her husband, disappears from view.
Nov. 16: State-run media publish extraordinary photos of a smiling
Mugabe shaking hands with the army commander at the State House amid
negotiations on the president’s exit as the military tries to avoid
accusations of a coup.
Nov. 17: The army, which continues to refer to Mugabe as president,
allows him to make his first public appearance since house arrest. He
appears at a graduation ceremony to polite applause.
Nov. 18: The bulk of the capital’s roughly 1.6 million people pour
into the streets in an anti-Mugabe demonstration that even days ago
would have brought a police crackdown.
Nov. 19: The ruling party Central Committee expels Mugabe as party
leader and tells him to step aside or face impeachment. In a speech on
national television, he does not announce his resignation as expected.
Nov. 20: The ruling party’s Central Committee says it will begin
impeachment proceedings. The military says Mugabe and Mnangagwa have
made contact and the fired deputy will return to Zimbabwe “shortly.”
Nov. 21: Mnangagwa calls on Mugabe to heed the will of Zimbabwe’s
people and resign immediately. The ruling party begins impeachment
proceedings, which are halted so Mugabe’s resignation letter can be
read, to cheers.
Nov. 22: Mnangagwa emerges from hiding, returns to Zimbabwe and announces a “new and unfolding democracy.”
Nov. 23: A ruling party official says the party assured Mugabe he
would not be prosecuted if he stepped down: “His status as a hero of his
country is assured.”
Nov. 24: Mnangagwa faces inauguration as a severely damaged economy awaits him.