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American pop star Dua Lipa has been granted citizenship in Albania after using her fame and music to bring awareness to the country.
Lipa's parents are Kosovan-Albanian immigrants who raised the star in London but returned to the region with their daughter when she was 11.
Albanian President Bajram Begaj praised Lipa for using her stardom and global influence to promote "important social causes." Lipa showed off her new Albanian citizenship on Twitter over the weekend.
"Happy to give the one and only Dua Lipa the decree of Albanian citizenship," Begaj said on Twitter. "She has made us proud with her global career and engagement in important social causes."
In 1995 Lipa was born and raised in London, but her family has used their wealth and influence to help people struggling in Albania. Specifically, in 2016, Lipa, along with her father, co-founded the Albanian charity Sunny Hill Foundation.
Following her new citizenship, Lipa will perform in Tirana, Albania, for the final show of her Future Nostalgia World Tour. Moreover, Albania is coming up on its 110th anniversary of independence since breaking away from the Ottoman Empire.
After receiving her citizenship, Lipa took the citizenship oath, provided her fingerprints, and signed an application to confirm her identity card and passport. The singer said it was "an indescribable great joy" to become an Albanian citizen.
Lipa's family fled Kosovo in 1992 before the country's 1998 war that ravaged the region. While raising Lipa abroad, her parents ensured Albanian remained the star's primary language and that she was aware of her cultural background.
Her parents eventually returned to Kosovo, a neighboring country of Albania, when Lipa was 11 years old.
"It took me a really long time to find my feet there," she said in an interview about her childhood with NPR. "It's interesting going into that at 11 years old, but I think I wouldn't change it for the world because it really helped me become who I am."
Prince William, Kate Middleton have ‘no plans’ to see Meghan Markle, Prince Harry during U.S. trip: sourceOn November 29, 2022
Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton are coming to the U.S. for the first time in eight years, but it’s unlikely that they’ll be reunited with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
A source close to the Prince and Princess of Wales told ETOnline on Monday that the couple has "no plans" to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their visit.
William and Middleton, both 40, are heading to Boston, Massachusetts, for the second annual Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony. As for the Sussexes, it’s likely they’ll still be in California before they head to the same region the following week when they visit New York. The Prince and Princess of Wales will travel to Boston on Wednesday for three days of public engagements.
Reps for the Prince and Princess of Wales as well as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn’t immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
According to the insider, William and Middleton are "excited" for their first international trip since taking on their new titles as Prince and Princess of Wales. The source noted that while the couple "appreciates the history associated to their titles, they understandably want to look to the future and pave their own paths."
During their trip, the pair hope to "meet the local community" and learn how climate change is being addressed in the state. The trip will end with the ceremony at the MGM Music Hall in hopes of raising awareness of the innovative work that’s being done to protect the environment.
Earthshot offers 1 million pounds ($1.2 million) in prize money to the winners of five separate categories: nature protection, clean air, ocean revival, waste elimination and climate change. The winners and all 15 finalists also receive help in expanding their projects to meet global demand.
In September of this year, Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl alleged that the rift between the brothers has deepened over the years.
"William simply can’t forgive [Harry], not just for his behavior and what he’s done and how he’s done it, but look at how much now rests on William," Nicholl explained on "Dan Wooton Tonight."
"He always thought Harry would be his wingman," she said. "Now he’s doing it on his own. Thank goodness he’s got Kate by his side."
In her book "The New Royals," Nicholl pointed out that "there were raised eyebrows at the palace" after Harry spoke of his meeting with Queen Elizabeth II on the "Today" show. During his appearance in April of this year, the 38-year-old said he wanted to ensure that his grandmother was "protected" and had "the right people around her."
"It wasn’t clear whether Harry was referring to his father and William or the aides who were closest to the queen – such as her private secretary, Sir Edward Young, her personal adviser and in-house dress designer, Angela Kelly, and trusted courtier Paul Whybrew," Nicholl wrote. "It seemed Harry’s drive to win back some of the trust that had been shattered post-Oprah was dashed. There was also still the matter of what Harry plans to disclose in his forthcoming memoir."
"For [King] Charles and William, the situation with the Sussexes hasn’t just been hurtful and upsetting on a personal level," she claimed. "There have been real repercussions, particularly for William, whose young family has been thrust into the spotlight prematurely. He always expected Harry would be his wingman; there was a long-term plan in place for the brothers to work together and support one another."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back as senior royals in 2020 over what they described as the British media’s intrusions and racist attitudes toward the former "Suits" star, 41. The couple’s decision was dubbed "Megxit" by the press.
"After Harry announced their departure, William summoned aides to address the future, in what has been referred to by some in William’s circle as the ‘Anmer Summit,’" Nicholl claimed. "But William and Kate also felt a sense of relief that ‘the drama was gone’ when Harry and Meghan left, as a source told me. To this day, William still cannot forgive his brother."
In the wake of quitting royal duties, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave an explosive TV interview to Oprah Winfrey, in which the couple described painful comments about how dark their son’s skin might be before his birth. The duchess also talked about the intense isolation she felt inside the royal family that led her to contemplate suicide.
Harry's highly anticipated memoir, titled "Spare," is coming out on Jan. 10.
On November 29, 2022
The headliners for Atlantic City's 2nd annual TidalWave Music Festival have been announced.
Country singers Thomas Rhett, Jason Aldean and Brooks & Dunn are headlining the festival.
Rhett is the singer behind many popular country hits like "Beer Can't Fix" and "Die a Happy Man."
Aldean also has a lot of big country songs like "Dirt Road Anthem," "Crazy Town" and "Big Green Tractor."
Brooks & Dunn are the country duo behind songs like "Neon Moon" and "Boot Scootin' Boogie."
Among the other performers at the festival are Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Dylan Scott, Nate Smith, Corey Kent, Cooper Alan, Madeline Edwards, Pillbox Patti, John Morgan and many others.
The music festival will be held in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Aug. 11-13, 2023, and tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 16 at 10 a.m.
On November 29, 2022
Hailey Bieber is feeling a wave of emotions while revealing a new health battle she is facing.
"I have a cyst on my ovary the size of an apple," the model wrote on her Instagram story, along with a picture highlighting her stomach.
The 26-year-old shared that while she doesn't suffer from endometriosis or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), she has had an ovarian cyst "a few times," which she explained is "never fun."
Written beneath the picture of her stomach, Bieber emphasized that she is not pregnant, and any "protrusion" is "not a baby."
"It's painful and achy," she said of the cyst, adding it makes her "feel nauseous and bloated and crampy and emotional."
This is not the first time Bieber has spoken candidly on a health struggle.
In a YouTube video shared in April, Bieber revealed what happened in March when she suffered a mini-stroke.
"The right side of my face started drooping, I couldn't get a sentence out…Immediately, I thought I was having a stroke."
The scary incident led to the discovery of a heart condition. In that same YouTube video, she revealed she underwent a medical procedure to fix a hole in her heart and that she was "recovering really well."
Months later, her husband musician Justin Bieber revealed that he was suffering from partial facial paralysis and had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Despite the discomfort, Bieber also offered words of encouragement in her Instagram story for others going through a similar situation.
She wrote, "Anyways…I'm sure a lot of you can overly relate and understand. We got this" adding three peace sign hand emojis.
On November 29, 2022
Police in Maryland found a teenager sleeping with an AR-15 is his bed after receiving a call from a concerned person inside the home.
Hyattsville Police Department responded just after 8 p.m. Sunday. Officers entering the home entered with a rifle shield.
When officers entered the room, they observed the 15-year-old suspect laying on his back, asleep with a short barreled AR-15 style rifle loaded with a black magazine to the left of his body, police said in a news release.
An officer retrieved the weapon from the suspect. Officers were not able to locate a serial number on the rifle because it was covered by a black glue substance.
The teen was taken into custody without any issues.
On November 29, 2022
Former Vice President Mike Pence called on former President Donald Trump to apologize for having dinner with white supremacist Nick Fuentes on Tuesday.
Pence had previously held off from attacking Trump for the dinner this weekend, and even now clarified that he does not believe Trump is an antisemite. Pence made the statement during a Monday night appearance on NewsNation, saying Trump had displayed "profoundly poor judgment."
"President Trump was wrong to give a white nationalist, an antisemite and Holocaust denier, a seat at the table and I think he should apologize for it," Pence said. "And he should denounce those individuals and their hateful rhetoric without qualification."
"With that being said, as I point out in the book as well, I don’t believe Donald Trump is an antisemite. I don’t believe he’s a racist or a bigot. I would not have been his vice president if he was," Pence clarified, adding that Trump's grandchildren are Jewish.
Pence went on to say that the media coverage of Trump's dinner with Fuentes and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, was unfair.
"But I think the president demonstrated profoundly poor judgment in giving those individuals a seat at the table and as I said, I think he should apologize for it. He should denounce them without qualification," he concluded.
Pence has shown more willingness than ever to criticize his former running mate in recent weeks. Pence finally lambasted Trump for his actions on Jan. 6, 2021, earlier this month, saying the former president "endangered" his family.
"The president’s words that day at the rally endangered me and my family and everyone at the Capitol building," Pence told ABC News. "The president’s words were reckless, and his actions were reckless. It was clear he decided to be part of the problem."
Trump targeted Pence during the riot with a tweet claiming he didn't have "the courage" to refuse to certify President Biden's 2020 election victory, something Pence lacked the legal authority to do.
"I turned to my daughter, who was standing nearby, and I said, 'It doesn't take courage to break the law. It takes courage to uphold the law,'" he told interviewer David Muir.
Pence's recent willingness to open up coincides with the release of his memoir, "So Help Me God," earlier this month.
Pence is among the likely candidates to challenge Trump for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024.
On November 29, 2022
Slain University of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves' sister posted a touching tribute to her sibling Monday more than two weeks after the quadruple homicide near campus that has left the victims' families shattered and the small college town deeply shaken.
In an Instagram story, Autumn Goncalves posted a playful video of her, her sister and another woman making goofy faces and laughing as Coldplay's "The Scientist" plays in the background.
"You don't know how lovely you are. Had to find you, tell you I need you," the lyrics to the song can be heard. "Tell you I set you apart. Tell me your secrets and ask me your questions. Oh, let's go back to the start."
Kaylee, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were stabbed to death Nov. 13 in their rental home yards from campus. Police have not identified a suspect.
Kaylee, who was from Rathdrum, Idaho, had been set to graduate early in December and planned to move to Austin, Texas, where she had a marketing job lined up. She was also looking forward to an upcoming trip to Europe.
She is one of five siblings and her family has been especially vocal since the slayings.
Autumn's video tribute includes the caption, "I love you so much sissy. I miss you more as the days go on."
The music goes silent and the Instagram story ends with a poem, "How am I to live in a world where your heart no longer beats."
Kaylee's grieving father, Steve Goncalves, told Lawrence Jones over the weekend that police had stopped updating the family on the investigation.
"They're kind of just telling me that they can't tell me much, which is frustrating to me because I've been very trustworthy," Steve Goncalves said. "I do know things, I haven't shared things."
Days after the grisly slayings, the family released a statement.
"She'd never stop fighting for us and demanding the truth and justice and neither will we," her family wrote.
Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact the Moscow Police Department at 208-882-2677.
On November 29, 2022
Virginia's football team will travel to its third funeral in five days Wednesday to honor the life of Lavel Davis Jr., who was fatally shot on a bus along with two teammates after they returned to campus from a field trip.
Davis, 20, and teammates D’Sean Perry and Devin Chandler were killed Nov. 13 after returning from the trip to see a play in Washington, D.C.
Teammate Mike Hollins and a fifth student, Marlee Morgan, were also shot, but survived.
Authorities have said Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., a UVA student and former member of the football team who was on the trip, began shooting at students on the bus as it pulled to a stop at a campus parking garage.
The team, which opted to cancel its final two football games after the killings, attended Perry's funeral in Miami on Saturday and Chandler's in Virginia Beach on Sunday.
Davis' service will be held at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston, South Carolina.
The victims' lives were celebrated at a memorial service in the John Paul Jones Arena on the Virginia campus on Nov. 19. More than 9,000 attended the nearly two-hour service.
Athletic director Carla Williams vowed "we will make sure their legacies never fade at the University of Virginia." Football coach Tony Elliott said, "Only time will reveal God’s purpose in this adversity" and said he's certain the three are "rejoicing in paradise."
Jones, 23, faces second-degree murder and other charges stemming from the shooting, which set off a manhunt and 12-hour campus lockdown before Jones was apprehended in suburban Richmond. Jones is being held without bond.
Robert Kraft, the owner of the NFL’s New England Patriots, has provided a private plane for the Virginia football team's funeral travel.
On November 29, 2022
Iranian activists in Tehran are throwing their support behind the U.S. men’s soccer team as the U.S. and Iran prepare to face off in the World Cup in Qatar Tuesday.
As deadly protests continue across Iran, activists hope a loss for Tehran will be a blow to the regime and its leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
"As an Iranian Kurd I have no desire for the mullah’s team to win," one activist by the name Nassaer with the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, also known as MEK, told Fox News Digital. "This team does not represent the Iranian people."
The activist accused the Iranian team of being "anti-human, anti-Iranian and anti-Kurd" and said it "accords no value to Iran’s sports community."
"The slogan of the people in these days is ‘death to the dictator,'" he added.
Fox News Digital could not confirm how the Iranian players align politically, though Tuesday’s game has caught global attention following months-long protests that have demanded rights for women.
The Iranian team did not sing the national anthem ahead of their opening game against England last week, though they did sing together before the match against Wales Friday.
Reports on Tuesday suggested that family members of the Iranian players were threatened if the team once again refused to sing Iran's national anthem.
The match will be the first time in nearly 25 years that the U.S. and Iran have faced off on the pitch.
Athletes have long utilized sporting events to advance social and political issues, including American football athletes in recent years who have called attention to Black rights in the U.S. by taking a knee during the national anthem – though similar actions by Iranian players could have deadly consequences.
Another activist who spoke to Fox News Digital pointed to the last time an Iranian soccer player defied the Khamenei regime, which resulted in his subsequent arrest, torture and execution.
"This is the very regime which in 1981 executed Habib Khabiri, the captain of Iran’s national soccer team in the 1978 World Cup because he was a supporter of the Mujahedin-e Khalq [MEK]," an MEK activist by the name of Mahsa said.
"The people want to see the defeat of regime’s team in [the] match because this team does not represent the Iranian people," she argued. "The regime exploits soccer and sports to advance its own policies."
Millions of fans across not only the U.S. and Iran, but the world, will be watching Tuesday’s game to see how Iran’s players conduct themselves on the pitch, whether they engage in Iran’s national anthem, and how they interact with the U.S. team.
The match in 1998 also followed years of political turmoil between Washington and Tehran in the wake of the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. However, the players appeared to put politics aside as the Iranian team reportedly presented the U.S. with white roses in a sign of peace.
However, such a peace offering is not expected Tuesday unless Iranian players purposefully show a break from the regime, which called for the U.S. to be barred from the games earlier this week over its support for women’s rights activists in Iran.
The U.S.-Iran game is set for Tuesday at 2 p.m. EST on FOX.
On November 28, 2022
Brett Favre’s lawyers filed a motion Monday to dismiss a complaint against the former NFL quarterback and his company Favre Enterprise from the Mississippi Department of Human Services.
Favre has been wrapped up in the Mississippi welfare scandal and is one of more than three dozen companies being sued by the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) in an attempt to recoup $24 million of the $77 million in federal welfare money, according to Mississippi Today.
Favre, who helped in raising money for the University of Southern Mississippi volleyball facility, has denied knowing that a $5 million grant for the volleyball facility came from a Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) welfare fund through the Mississippi Community Education Center (MCEC), a non-profit operated by Nancy New.
"Today, after a thorough investigation, we filed a motion to dismiss the complaint against Mr. Favre. MDHS’s lawsuit is nothing more than a baseless attempt to blame Brett Favre for its own failure to oversee the welfare funds placed in its trust," Favre’s lawyer Eric Herschman said in a statement obtained by Fox News Digital.
"Mr. Favre never had any control over how Mississippi spent its welfare funds. He never made any misrepresentations to anyone. As the State Auditor has acknowledged, Mr. Favre never knew welfare funds were involved in the first place. Once he found out, he returned all of the funds he received—six months before MDHS filed its lawsuit. As the State Auditor also has acknowledged, Mr. Favre’s conduct deserves applause, not a frivolous lawsuit. We believe that after the Court reviews our motion, this case will be dismissed."
Monday's motion was filed in the circuit court of Hinds County in the state's first judicial district.
The motion maintained that the Hall of Fame quarterback "did nothing wrong."
"There is no factual or legal basis to include Favre in this lawsuit or for the torrent of the unjustified negative publicity concerning Favre that MDHS has outrageously instigated—publicity that properly should be directed at MDHS, not Favre," the motion says.
Favre has repaid the $1.1 million he received for speaking fees from the Mississippi Community Education Center, a nonprofit group that spent TANF money with approval from the Department of Human Services, But, Mississippi State Auditor Shad White insisted Favre owed $228,000 in interest.
The State Auditor's Office has maintained that Favre didn't maintain the terms of a contract he signed.
Favre has not been criminally charged in the case.
Prevacus Inc., a concussion treatment and prevention company in which Favre is an investor, received $2.1 million from the Mississippi Community Education Center. The motion says Favre had "no liability" in the alleged dealings between the nonprofit and the company.
"As to the $2.1 million payment, Section 27(1) permits MDHS to recover only from a ‘recipient’ of a wrongful payment. The Complaint alleges that Prevacus was the recipient of the payment, and MDHS’s claim to recover it from Favre must also be dismissed," the motion says.
The Mississippi Department of Human Services issued a statement Tuesday.
"While MDHS understands there is an exceptional amount of publicity surrounding this case, we don’t try cases in the press. We will allow the court's rulings be the final word on these matters," the agency said.
The state's attorney general didn't immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment regarding the motion.
Nancy New, the director of the nonprofit, pleaded guilty in April to charges of misspending welfare money, as did her son Zachary News, who helped run the center. They await sentencing and agreed to testify against others. John Davis, an official for MDHS, pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the state of Mississippi.
In October, Favre rebuked the criticism of the alleged role in the scandal.
"I have been unjustly smeared in the media," Favre said in a statement provided to Fox News Digital. "I have done nothing wrong, and it is past time to set the record straight."
Favre explained he didn’t know the "funds designated for welfare recipients were going to the University of me."
White, at the time, told Fox News that there is no documentation showing that Favre knew that the money was coming from a TANF fund, though he asserted that Favre did know that it was coming from the agency that handles "programs that are geared toward helping the poor."
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“America First” is the answer to restore our national, economic and immigration security. We need to recognize the political prospering and businesses’ profiteering off illegal aliens for what it is – – a drain on America, a diluting of our freedoms and security, a diminishing destruction of our future.
The most important point to be made is that the current administration must recognize and prepare for the dangerous enemies at hand. We don’t live in a fantasy world where ideological opinions matter – only reality will protect and keep us a free country.
Dr. Pry went on to say, “there is no mutually assured deterrence” when one side is not afraid to kill all and win at all costs – America isn’t on board with that, instead thinking they can deter instead of fight.
The resistant resolve of the common man spread throughout the city streets and farm filled landscape of Ukraine’s nation-state should be the educator of passionate commitment; the filter through which we must see and recognize the dedication of an individual’s desire for freedom; the true weapon of peace lying wait in the people’s army of Ukraine.
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