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Bibi1581 Blog For 07/29/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> A New Moulin Rouge Star: Aussie Girl


Aussie girl Rhylee Hensler, 19, recently made a move to the world’s most romantic city, Paris, to join its most famous cabaret, the Moulin Rouge, an assignment that has been every young dancer’s dream and has even inspired a movie,  far away from her home of Cairns in far north Queensland, 

However, behind the make-up, feathers, and crystals, it takes a lot of courage and determination, as well as hard work, to make it as a showgirl, being one of only three dancers to cut the Australian auditions and only a handful from across the world.

Moulin Rouge associate artistic director Janet Pharaoh had been looking for something specific, and Ms. Hensler, who started dancing at age 10, checked all the boxes.

“The girls must have strong classical dance training, be a minimum of 5 feet and 9 inches tall, or taller,” Ms. Pharaoh said.
“We also like them to have super figures, very long legs, and a fabulous personality.”

“I feel fortunate to be in Paris, a city that is just incredible,” Ms. Hensler said.
“My first show on the Moulin Rouge stage was incredible, so much fun and energy, and everyone who works at Moulin is so nice and friendly.”





2…………> Back Home: Korea MIA


North Korea has transferred the remains of an unspecified number of soldiers killed in the Korean War, the first step by Pyongyang to implement an agreement made in a landmark summit in Singapore after a formal repatriation ceremony is being held in Osan before the remains are flown to Hawaii.

The repatriation was held on the 65th anniversary of the 1953 armistice agreement, and North Korea could follow the return with a push to end the war formally

“Today, [Comrade Un] is fulfilling part of the commitment he made to the President to return our fallen American service members,” the White House said in a statement.
“We are encouraged by North Korea’s actions and the momentum for positive change.”

A US military transport plane flew to an airfield in North Korea’s north-eastern city of Wonsan to bring the remains to Osan air base in South Korea, then back to Hawaii.




3…………> Indonesia Earthquake: Casualties


A powerful earthquake struck a popular tourist destination in Indonesia, killing at least 14 people, injuring more than 160 and damaging thousands of homes, as a 6.4 magnitude quake hit the central island of Lombok just before 07:00 local time (00:00 GMT), 

The island, located about 40km (25 miles) east of Bali attracts tourists from around the world due to its beaches and hiking trails.

A Malaysian tourist who was on a hiking trip to Mount Rinjani is among those killed.




4…………> California Wildfire: A View


With at least three firefighters killed, 500 houses burned to the ground and thousands of acres scorched, authorities said that this is the worst fire season in 10 years.




5…………> Places To Swim: A Hot Summer Dream

Nine of nature’s most beautiful places to take a swim during this long, very hot summer.  Even if you are far away from cooling lakes, rivers or the sea, here is a visual refreshment from the world’s most beautiful waters.



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