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Amarachi Orie is a journalist based in London, United Kingdom.
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Anne Hathaway suffered a miscarriage while acting as a pregnant woman on stage

27 Mar 2024  |  cnnespanol.cnn.com
Anne Hathaway shared her experience of suffering a miscarriage in 2015 while performing in the play 'Grounded,' where she had to simulate childbirth on stage every night. She opened up about the emotional challenges and the support she received from friends and family. Hathaway emphasized the importance of speaking out about such experiences to reduce the isolation felt by many women. She also reflected on the broader struggles of infertility and the societal pressures surrounding it.

Eva Mendes opens up about her acting hiatus after having kids with Ryan Gosling

27 Mar 2024  |  kion546.com
Eva Mendes discusses her decision to take a break from acting to focus on raising her children with partner Ryan Gosling. She highlights the mutual understanding between her and Gosling regarding their work and family balance. Mendes also reflects on her career choices, expressing contentment with her role as a mother and her involvement in other business ventures. She continues to engage in creative projects, including voice acting and writing a children's book inspired by her daughters.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

14 Jan 2024  |  stylemagazine.com
Archaeologists have discovered an extensive network of pre-Hispanic cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The cities, found in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, feature wide streets, long roads, plazas, and monumental platforms. The discovery, published in Science, was made using LiDAR technology and marks over two decades of research by an international team. The findings challenge the notion of the Amazon as a pristine forest, revealing advanced urban planning and engineering by the Kilamope and Upano cultures, with evidence of civic or ceremonial functions and land cultivation. This urban network is similar to other sites across the Americas, offering new insights into the complexities of early societies.

Tiwa Savage files police complaint against Davido over alleged threats

12 Jan 2024  |  kesq.com
Afrobeats star Tiwa Savage has filed a police complaint in Nigeria against Grammy-nominated musician Davido for alleged threats. The complaint, which was circulated on social media, details a dispute following an Instagram story posted by Savage. Davido reportedly sent threatening messages and warned Savage to be careful in Lagos. The Nigeria Police Force has launched an investigation. Meanwhile, Savage is set to star in the Nigerian movie 'Water and Garri,' which will be available on Amazon Prime Video. She has previously collaborated with Beyoncé and won the MTV Europe Music Award for Best African Act.

A vast network of ancient cities discovered in the Amazon rainforest

12 Jan 2024  |  cnnespanol.cnn.com
Archaeologists working in the Amazon rainforest have uncovered an extensive network of ancient cities dating back 2,500 years in the Upano Valley, Ecuador. The pre-Hispanic settlements featured structured urban planning with wide streets, long straight roads, squares, and monumental platform groups. The discovery, published in Science, is the result of over two decades of research by a team from France, Germany, Ecuador, and Puerto Rico, using lidar technology. The findings challenge the perception of the Amazon as a pristine wilderness and suggest advanced engineering and urban planning by the Kilamope and Upano cultures between 500 BC and 300 to 600 AD. The study also indicates the existence of threats to these settlements, as evidenced by protective ditches and road obstructions.

Tiwa Savage files police complaint against Davido over alleged threats

12 Jan 2024  |  krdo.com
Afrobeats star Tiwa Savage has filed a police complaint in Lagos, Nigeria, against fellow musician Davido for alleged threats. The complaint, which was circulated on social media, details a dispute following an Instagram story posted by Savage. Davido reportedly sent threatening messages and warned Savage to be careful in Lagos. The Nigeria Police Force has launched an investigation. Meanwhile, Savage is set to star in the Amazon Studios film 'Water and Garri,' marking her acting debut. Davido is preparing for his album tour starting in London.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

12 Jan 2024  |  kion546.com
Archaeologists have discovered an extensive network of pre-Hispanic cities dating back 2,500 years in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador. The settlements feature wide streets, long roads, plazas, and monumental platforms. The discovery, published in Science, was made using LiDAR technology and marks over two decades of research by an international team. The findings challenge previous notions of Amazonian societies, revealing advanced urban planning and engineering, and suggesting a diverse range of Indigenous cultures with complex societies.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

12 Jan 2024  |  keyt.com
Archaeologists have discovered an extensive network of pre-Hispanic cities dating back 2,500 years in the Amazon rainforest's Upano Valley, Ecuador. The settlements feature wide streets, long roads, plazas, and monumental platforms, revealed through a combination of fieldwork and LiDAR technology. The findings, led by Stéphen Rostain of France's CNRS, challenge previous notions about Amazonian societies, indicating advanced urban planning and engineering. The urban network is similar to other sites across the Americas, contributing to our understanding of Indigenous societies' cultural and environmental legacy.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

12 Jan 2024  |  www.cnn.com
Archaeologists have uncovered an extensive network of pre-Hispanic cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador reveals highly structured settlements with wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain of France's National Center for Scientific Research, utilized LiDAR technology to penetrate the dense canopy and reveal over 6,000 platforms and an intricate network of roads and pathways. The findings challenge the notion of Amazonia as a pristine forest, instead suggesting advanced urban planning and engineering by Indigenous societies.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

12 Jan 2024  |  localnews8.com
Archaeologists have uncovered an extensive network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery, made in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, reveals highly structured pre-Hispanic settlements with advanced urban planning, including wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain from France’s National Center for Scientific Research, utilized LiDAR technology to detect structures beneath the dense forest canopy. The findings challenge previous perceptions of Amazonian societies, highlighting their advanced engineering and urbanistic systems. Similar urban networks have been found across the Americas, furthering our understanding of early Indigenous societies.

Tiwa Savage files police complaint against Davido over alleged threats

10 Oct 2023  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Tiwa Savage has filed a police complaint in Nigeria against Davido, alleging threats and harassment following a social media post involving Sophia Momodu. The complaint has led to an investigation by the Nigeria Police Force. The dispute coincides with Savage's announcement of her acting debut in the Amazon Studios film 'Water and Garri,' set to air on Prime Video. Savage's career highlights include collaborations with Beyoncé and Davido, and a global deal with Universal Music Group.

Tiwa Savage files police complaint against Davido over alleged threats

10 Oct 2023  |  www.aol.com
Tiwa Savage has filed a police complaint in Nigeria against Davido, alleging threats and harassment following a social media post involving Sophia Momodu. The Nigeria Police Force has launched an investigation. The dispute coincides with Savage's announcement of her acting debut in the Amazon Studios film 'Water and Garri,' set to air on Prime Video. Savage, a prominent figure in the Afrobeats scene, has a history of collaboration with Davido and significant achievements, including a global deal with Universal Music Group and contributions to Beyoncé's 'The Lion King: The Gift.'

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

05 Oct 2023  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Archaeologists have uncovered a vast network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery, made in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, reveals highly structured pre-Hispanic settlements with advanced urban planning, including wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain from France’s National Center for Scientific Research, utilized lidar technology to detect structures beneath the dense forest canopy. The findings challenge previous perceptions of Amazonian societies, showcasing their advanced engineering and urbanistic systems. Similar urban networks have been found across the Americas, further highlighting the complexity and legacy of Indigenous societies in the region.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

05 Oct 2023  |  malaysia.news.yahoo.com
Archaeologists have uncovered an extensive network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery, made in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, reveals highly structured pre-Hispanic settlements with advanced urban planning, including wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain from France’s National Center for Scientific Research, utilized LiDAR technology to detect structures beneath the dense forest canopy. The findings challenge previous perceptions of Amazonian societies, showcasing their advanced engineering and urbanistic systems. Similar discoveries across the Americas further highlight the sophisticated cultural and environmental legacy of Indigenous societies in the region.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

05 Oct 2023  |  www.aol.com
Archaeologists have uncovered a vast network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery, made in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, reveals highly structured pre-Hispanic settlements with advanced urban planning, including wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain from France’s National Center for Scientific Research, utilized LiDAR technology to detect structures beneath the dense forest canopy. The findings challenge previous perceptions of Amazonian societies, showing they had complex urban systems and advanced engineering. Similar discoveries have been made across the Americas, furthering our understanding of early Indigenous societies.

Huge network of ancient cities uncovered in the Amazon rainforest

05 Oct 2023  |  nz.news.yahoo.com
Archaeologists have uncovered an extensive network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, dating back 2,500 years. The discovery, made in the Upano Valley of Amazonian Ecuador, reveals highly structured pre-Hispanic settlements with advanced urban planning, including wide streets, plazas, and monumental platforms. The research, led by Stéphen Rostain from France’s National Center for Scientific Research, utilized LiDAR technology to detect structures beneath the dense forest canopy. The findings challenge previous perceptions of Amazonian societies, showing they had complex, stratified urban systems. Similar discoveries across the Americas further underscore the advanced engineering and agricultural techniques of these early civilizations.

At least 13 killed as fierce winds hit Argentina

01 Oct 2023  |  ca.news.yahoo.com
An intense storm in Bahía Blanca, Argentina, resulted in at least 13 fatalities and numerous injuries, with winds reaching up to 140 kilometers per hour. Mayor Federico Susbielles declared three days of mourning and emphasized the importance of safety. The city council described the situation as a catastrophe, with significant damage reported, including downed trees and power lines. Emergency teams received over 100,000 calls for assistance. The national cabinet, under President Javier Milei, is collaborating with local authorities to aid victims and address the damage.

At least 13 killed as fierce winds hit Argentina

01 Oct 2023  |  www.accuweather.com
An intense storm in Bahía Blanca, Argentina, resulted in at least 13 fatalities and numerous injuries. Winds reached up to 140 kilometers per hour, leading to the evacuation of at least 300 people. The city council described the situation as a 'catastrophe,' with significant damage reported. Mayor Federico Susbielles declared three days of mourning and emphasized the importance of safety. Emergency teams received over 100,000 calls about various damages. The national cabinet, led by President Javier Milei, is coordinating with local authorities to assist victims and address the damage.

The creator of the viral Black fetus image will have his illustrations published in a book

13 Jan 2022  |  CNN
Chidiebere Ibe, a Nigerian medical student, has gained attention for his medical illustrations of Black individuals, highlighting the lack of diversity in medical textbooks. His work has sparked discussions on the representation of dark-skinned individuals in medical literature. Ibe's illustrations will be featured in the second edition of 'Mind the Gap,' a handbook showing medical conditions on dark skin. The article also touches on the broader issue of healthcare disparities, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the challenges faced by people of color in receiving accurate diagnoses and treatment. Dr. Jenna Lester from the University of California, San Francisco, supports Ibe's work and emphasizes the importance of representation in healthcare. Ibe aims to establish a network of African medical illustrators and is working on a textbook on birth defects in children with illustrations of Black skin.
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