World news photos: Protests in blue and fire, big hair diplomacy and more

World news photos: Protests in blue and fire, big hair diplomacy and more

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On the European Day of the Sea demonstrators organized by using Vegan Impact painted

they’re our bodies blue to represent fish and then were given below the internet on the floor at the Fountain Saint-Michel in Paris on Saturday. It changed into definitely one of the more difficult to understand protests of the week. Others involved more fireplace and vehemence.

Meanwhile, Melania Trump and Ivanka, daughter and senior White House adviser, did not do what different high profile Western women have no longer achieved whilst traveling Saudi Arabia on officials business. They did no longer cool their heads.
So, the huge hair flew unfastened, which would not have attracted a great deal interest besides that President Trump dinged first girl Michelle Obama for the very same component in 2015.
“Many people are saying it become incredible that Mrs. Obama refused to wear a headscarf in Saudi Arabia, however they were insulted. We have enuff enemies,” Trump tweeted at the time.
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During a visit to Saudi Arabia this weekend with President Donald Trump, both Ivanka and Melania Trump opted no longer to wear headscarves, that are a conventional part of the dress code for the dominion. While Melania is being criticized for her preference, it’s crucial to note that in 2015 Michelle Obama also chose now not to cover her head on a ride to the kingdom as nicely.

Border Wall Costs Estimated By The Government Are Quite Expensive

During the campaign, Donald Trump estimated the cost of building a “big beautiful border wall” along the US/Mexico border at somewhere between $8-12 Billion depending on which campaign video excerpt you watch. He ought to know right? After all, he’s built buildings that now characterize New York City’s skyline – suffice it to say he knows the construction industry and what is possible and also what is not. Still, it now seems the DHS has put out a report that doubles that cost and doubles the time to build it as well.

There was a rather troubling article in Reuters World News on February 09, 2017 titled; “Exclusive – Trump border ‘wall’ to cost $21.6 billion, take 3.5 years to build: internal report,” by Julia Edwards Ainsley. The article wasn’t as bias as most of the anti-Trump media has written about the actual costs of building a border wall, the piece stated:

“The DHS [Department of Homeland Security] report’s estimated price-tag is much higher than a $12-billion figure cited by Trump in his campaign and estimates as high as $15 billion from Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.”

The article cited a 3-phase project. The first phase was $306 Million to reinforce the existing fence wall, where in some places it is falling apart, in disrepair or inadequate to keep out even a wayward elephant. The rest of the wall will be more costly, with the final phase being along the Rio Grande, where it will be difficult to build costing much more.

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