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Waterloo Road twins Shona and Rhona's transformation - red-hot snaps and girl band fame
Waterloo Road twins Hope and Millie Katana set pulses racing following their red-hot transformation more than 10 years after they started on the show.The dynamic duo – who played iconic twins Shona and Rhona Mansfield in the high-school soap – are now stunning social media sirens.They first joined the popular BBC One programme back in 2011, and it’s fair to say the brunette bombshells look almost unrecognisable more than a decade later.READ MORE: Waterloo Road's Kim Campbell star says it's 'weird' filming BBC show revivalBut it’s not just their outward appearances that has dramatically changed over the years, as the sizzling sisters have since made a career 180 and joined forces to form a new girl band named KTNA.Since leaving the show in the late noughties, the pair have gone on to release their debut EP called Life Under Siege which they dropped in 2019.Now the 24-year-olds – who were born in Kenya but now reside in the heart of Manchester – have revealed how they began their singing careers on CBBC show Clash.They told LeedsLive: “During this pandemic lots of people have lost their jobs, their freedoms, and sometimes their sanity.“Life Under Siege has helped people through this pandemic by making people feel seen, heard and understood.“It has been an outlet for so many to cry to.
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Al-Qaeda's 'next terror chief oversaw Black Hawk Down' and helped carry out 9/11 attacks
Al Qaeda has been revealed following the US killing the terror organisation's leader Ayman al-Zawahri in a drone strike.The 71-year-old took over Al-Qaeda after Osama Bin Laden’s death in 2011 and according to US President Joe Biden, al-Zawahri was successfully killed in Kabul, Afghanistan.The leader's death means Saif al-Adel, an Egyptian ex-army officer, is now thought to be the successor to the Al Qaeda throne.READ MORE: US drones 'kill Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri' who took over from Osama bin LadenAl-Adel met bin Laden and al-Zawahri at terrorist group Maktab al-Khidamat before joining the Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ).The 60-year-old oversaw the 'Black Hawk Dawn' operation in Mogadishu, Somalia, when he was 30 years old, where 19 American soldiers were killed as their bodies were dragged through the street.Al-Adel has risen through the ranks and has become increasingly important part of Al Qaeda's strategy since the killing of Bin Laden in 2011.With Al Qaeda based in Afghanistan, one of the only sticking points that could prevent Al-Adel taking the helm of the terror group is that he's thought to have been stuck in Iran for the past 19 years.Al-Adel's real name is thought to be Mohammed Salah al-Din Zaidan with his moniker translating to 'Swords of Justice'.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Al-Adel's wanted status according to US intelligence is due to him being 'wanted in connection with the August 7, 1998, bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya.'224 people died, including 12 Americans, and a further 4,500 people were wounded.Saif Al-Adel's likely coronation as leader of Al Qaeda will only further
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Plane carrying 36 crash lands and flips over before bursting into flames at airport
READ MORE: Terrifying wildfire infernos break out across UK as 40C scorcher heatwave wreaks havoc Black smoke and flames can be seen billowing into the air as fire trucks approached the runway to douse the inferno. The Fokker-50 aircraft operated by Somalia’s domestic carrier, Jubba Airways, was arriving in the capital from the inland city of Baidoa and crashed around 11.30am, according to a statement from Jubba Airways reports the Mirror.Luckily all passengers survived the fire and no one was injured, it has been reported.“We applaud the quick action of the Somalia fire brigade at the Adan Adde International Airport for their quick action in rescuing and saving lives,” a spokesman for the Intergovernmental Authority on Development told local media.As of yet, the cause of the crash is clear but Jubba Airways acknowledged the situation and said that it would release more information about what happened "as it becomes available".The airport is in a fortified enclave known as the 'Green Zone,' where some Western embassies, including the USmission, and US-trained Somali commando units, are also housed.In 2020, three crew members were injured when a cargo plane crashed at the international airport also in Somalia's capital.That same year in July, a cargo plane carrying humanitarian aid crashed in Beledweyne in central Somalia.And in May 2020, six people were tragically killed when a Kenyan plane with African Express crashed on approach to Bardale in Somalia.Jubba Airways is a small Somali airline currently based in Nairobi, Kenya. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . READ NEXT: Weirdest heatwave tips and do they work– rubbing in raw onion to tin foil on
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RHOA trailer: Marlo Hampton brands Kenya Moore a 'trash' 'b****' and FEUDS with Kandi Burruss
Fans of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta can see the drama ramping up in an explosive new midseason trailer.Marlo Hampton in particular can be seen carrying on furious feuds with her co-stars Kenya Moore and Kandi Burruss.During a particularly heated exchange during the sneak peek, Marlo, 46, denounced Kenya, 51, as a 'b***' and 'trash.' Thundering ahead:Fans of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta can see the drama ramping up in an explosive new midseason trailer, including with Marlo HamptonThe tension between the two women flared up when Kenya made a snide remark about Marlo caring for her nephews Michael, 14, and William, 13.Marlo, who has custody of the children, proudly declared to the other Housewives: 'No one in this group would take me away from Michael and William.' Kenya piped up in a bored voice: 'Yeah, 'cause you gave 'em away' - somewhat mysteriously, as Marlo is not currently known to have given up the boys.The other Housewives seemed taken aback by Kenya's comment, but none so much as Kenya, who snapped: 'B****, you're trash!' Fury:During a particularly heated exchange during the sneak peek, Marlo, 46, denounced Kenya Moore, 51, as a 'b***' and 'trash' 'Yeah, 'cause you gave 'em away':The tension between the two women flared up when Kenya made a snide remark about Marlo caring for her nephews Michael, 14, and William, 13 Staunch:Marlo, who has custody of the children, proudly declared to the other Housewives: 'No one in this group would take me away from Michael and William'Marlo threw her own share of darts at her co-stars' family affairs, making fun of Kandi Burruss' marriage to her sizzling husband Todd Tucker.Kandi and Todd became involved over a decade ago when she was already a Real Housewife Of Atlanta and
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