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on Aug.’ and he says ‘I wonder if I can offer you some accommodation in one of my Trump Towers they’re really comfortable’ Thompson who is now married to English actor and producer Greg Wise said after asking the now-President why he was offering her somewhere to stay Trump responded: “Why you know I think we would get on very well Maybe we could have dinner some time” “I didn’t know what to do with myself” the Saving Mr Banks actress admitted “I was on my own and just said ‘Um OK I’ll get back to you Thank you so much for the offer’” After recovering from the shock revelation the SVT joked that Thompson could be the first lady “You could have stopped him” added one of the guests Write to Kate Samuelson at [email protected] Korean dictator Kim Jong Un appears in a new propaganda film in which for some reason known only to Kim and perhaps his team of propagandists the king of the hermit kingdom appears to be flying an airplane sort of In a video posted to YouTube on New Years Eve by the account ‘stimmekoreas’ which has posted other videos related to North Korea in the past the supreme leader of the DPRK can be seen taking off and landing a large plane with what looks like a substantial amount of assistance from his co-pilot The video is accompanied by a marching band soundtrack and bombastic narration typical of other North Korean propaganda masterpieces Read more: Check Out Kim Jong Un’s Magical Disappearing Eyebrows Kims pilot movie went online around the time he delivered a New Years address in which he said the DPRK was open to engaging in talks with South Korea The two countries have been in a state of mostly frozen warfare since the Korean War settled into an uneasy armistice after 1953 Though certainly important the message of that speech was somewhat overshadowed by the mystery of Kim Jong Uns disappearing eyebrows Take an Inside Look at North Korea Aug 26 2011 A North Korean woman looks down at the city of Pyongyang from the top of the Tower of the Juche Idea David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2011 Central Pyongyang at dusk through a hotel room window David GuttenfelderAP Jan 16 2012 Light shines through a window on to a tank filled with goldfish inside an office at the Korean Central News Agency building in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2012 Under a North Korean flag residents of Pyongyang wait for public transportation David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Korean commuters are seen riding a bus in central Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 A pedestrian walks past a large apartment block in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 12 2012 A North Korean man rides a bike along the banks of the Pothong River in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 North Koreans pay their respects before a monument of Kim Il-Sung at Mansu Hill in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Sept 17 2008 North Koreans school girls walk hand in hand past a monument in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 11 2011 North Korean construction workers labor in the Mansudae area of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 9 2012 North Korean women are pictured working in a thread factory in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 3 2012 A North Korean student learns to drive a tractor on a computerized driving simulator at the Samjiyon Schoolchildren’s Palace in Samjiyon North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Oct 9 2011 A man walks past a building in Pyongyang where a picture of North Korea’s late leader Kim Il-Sung hangs on its outer wall David GuttenfelderAP April 22 2011 A woman looks at monkeys behind a glass enclosure at the central zoo in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2011 Workers carry painted doors along a road in Mangyongdae North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 Portraits of North Korea’s late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il hang on a wall at a children’s school of performing arts in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP March 10 2011 Children look through a subway car window in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 8 2012 A North Korean soldier stands at a check point seen from a train heading to North Phyongan Province about 50 kilometers (35 miles) south of the border town of Sinuiju along North Korea’s west coast David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2011 North Korean soldiers tour the grounds of the birthplace of the late President Kim Il-Sung at Mangyongdae North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 2 2012 The hoof of a deer used as a door handle hangs on the door of the small cabin that is said to have been the home of the late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung and the birthplace of his son and late leader Kim Jong-Il at what was a secret military camp during the fight against the Japanese at the foot of Mount Paektu North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 4 2012 a North Korean soldier working as a guide walks through a forest at the foot of Mount Paektu North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 3 2012 A man clears snow from the base of a monument at the Samjiyon Grand Monument area in Samjiyon North Korea at the base of Mount Paektu David GuttenfelderAP Feb 11 2012 Snow blankets farm fields on the outskirts of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 17 2011 People work in a field outside of Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 10 2012 A North Korean man rides a bicycle on the grounds of a communal apple farm on the outskirts of Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 8 2011 A North Korean man rests near a farm field along a highway outside the eastern coastal city of Wonsan North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 A young North Korean dancer leaps by as North Korean girls put on panda bear costumes as they prepare to perform at a gathering at a park to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the late leader Kim Il-Sung’s birthday in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 A North Korean girl uses her digital camera to take a photograph of her friend dancing at a gathering at a park to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the late leader Kim Il-Sung’s birthday David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2011 A young girl stands on floral-print carpet inside the Pyongyang Children’s Palace in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 A North Korean woman peers out of an elevator while speaking on an in-house phone at a library in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 12 2012 A bouquet of flowers sits on a table in front of a painted mural on the wall of a restaurant in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Korean ushers peer into the concert hall before the start of a performance by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 26 2008 North Koreans look through the performance program before the start of a concert by the New York Philharmonic in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 27 2008 North Korean girls sing a song entitled "Generalissimo Kim Il Sung Danced With Us" at the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Oct 11 2011 North Korean soccer fans react after their team missed a goal during a World Cup qualifying match between North Korea and Uzbekistan in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2011 Women perform a dance routine with badminton rackets at an event to mark the birthday of Kim Il Sung at a park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 16 2008 A guide gives a lecture in front of a diorama showing the Korean War’s 1950 battle of Taejon as she gives a tour of the War Museum in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2012 Fireworks explode over the heads of North Korean soldiers lined up in formation at Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang during a parade of thousands of soldiers commemorating the 70th birthday of the late Kim Jong-Il David GuttenfelderAP Feb 14 2012 A North Korean stands at attention as others cheer during the unveiling of a new bronze statue depicting the late leader Kim Jong-Il and his father Kim Il-Sung at Mansudae Art Studio in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2012 A large screen shows video recorded during the period of mourning following the death of late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il during a concert in Pyongyang to commemorate his death and what would have been his 70th birthday David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 North Korean residents of the capital city mingle on the side of the street in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Jan 15 2012 A song and video showing the launch of the North Korean "Unha-2" rocket plays on karaoke stage inside a restaurant in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 8 2012 A group of journalists walk down a road in front of North Korea’s Unha-3 rocket slated for liftoff at Sohae Satellite Station David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Koreans lit with red light look on with delight as they watch a fireworks display along the Taedong River in Pyongyang to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Korean civilians some weeping wave flowers as they look up at North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un unseen at the end of a mass military parade in Pyongyang’s Kim Il Sung Square to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 12 2012 A North Korean woman with a pin of the late leader Kim Il Sung attached to her dress sits with fellow audience members at the "World Congress on the Juche Idea" in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 North Korean soldiers ride by on horses in front of flower waving civilians during a mass military parade in Pyongyang’s Kim Il-Sung Square to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 13 2012 North Korean leader Kim Jong Un far right applauds with senior military officials as citizens wave flowers at an unveiling ceremony for statues of the late leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2012 Two North Korean officials look up at a crowd of military members seated in a stadium in Pyongyang during a mass meeting called by the Central Committee of North Korea’s ruling party David GuttenfelderAP April 16 2012 Images of the late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung and Mt Paektu appear on a screen behind a choir during a concert in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP April 17 2012 A man and a boy pose for a picture in front of portraits of the late leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il at a festival for the "Kimilsungia" flower to mark 100 years since the birth of North Korea’s late leader in Pyongyang David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 North Koreans gather under a high dive platform to watch as fellow swimmers hesitate to try a dive at a newly opened swimming pool in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 North Koreans look at a model of an octopus as they tour a dolphin show facility at a newly-built amusement park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 8 2012 A woman rides a roller coaster at a newly-built amusement park in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 11 2012 North Koreans grill barbecue under a tree at Majon Beach near Hamhung North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Aug 11 2012 Two people dance at Majon beach near Hamhung North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 8 2012 A North Korean woman working at a miniature golf facility give guidance to young players in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 11 2012 North Korean woman walks down stairs at a restaurant meant primarily for tourists in Kaesong North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Sept 13 2012 North Korean children lift toy barbells during play time at a school for the performing arts in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Jan 10 2013 North Korean men shovel snow from the roof of a building in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Feb 16 2013 Female North Korean traffic police officers gather in front of bronze statues of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il to pay their respects in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP Feb 17 2013 North Korean soldiers ride an escalator past a model of their country’s Unha Rocket as they enter an exhibition in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2013 North Koreans visit the Pyongyang Folk Park on the outskirts of Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 11 2013 North Koreans dance together beneath a mosaic painting of the late leader Kim Il Sung during a mass folk dancing gathering in Pyongyang to mark the anniversary of the first of many titles of power given to leader Kim Jong Un after the death of his father Kim Jong Il David GuttenfelderAP April 14 2013 Runners rest inside Kim Il Sung Stadium in Pyongyang North Korea hosted the 26th Mangyongdae Prize Marathon to mark the upcoming birthday of the late leader Kim Il Sung David GuttenfelderAP April 15 2013 A North Korean child covers the eyes of her father as she sits on his shoulders watching mass folk dancing in front of Pyongyang Indoor Stadium in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP April 16 2013 A North Korean soldier races another man on a go cart 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GuttenfelderAP April 25 2013 North Korean soldiers and civilians pose for souvenir photos in front of a fountain as they tour the grounds of Kumsusan Palace of the Sun the mausoleum where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed in Pyongyang North Korea David GuttenfelderAP 1 of 73 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] like a moose has entered, Getty Images)Amid mounting warnings about another Russian cyberattack on the 2018 midterm elections, he was the official designated to personally inform the campaign of then candidate Barrack Obama that Chinese hackers had infiltrated its computers during the 2008 election. you’re going to end in June, had some critiques of the study itself. He doesn’t get off easy Portman stabs him in the forehead with a “Time’s Up” pin when he tries to ask her about her involvement in the group’s effort to help support women in the fight against sexual assault and harassment." Marco Rubio is a "lightweight. “but then they go on to explain what they support and live by — it’s feminism exactly,while?

In far-off places,C. expectations are rising among millions of forgotten women that todays scandals might effect positive change in their workplaces From Vietnam to India women want this galvanizing moment to spark a global movement A roadmap exists but it demands we create change community by community from the bottom up How do we stand in solidarity with women all over the world who experience sexual harassment at work and discrimination at large By reaching into communities to organize women to fight for their dignity and by enlisting men In Egypt Tuk Tuk taxi drivers notoriously harass women passengers and those they pass on the street We recruit these young men drivers to send a different message: that abusing and harassing their countrys sisters wives and mothers isnt just wrong but a violation of their own values Today increasing numbers of drivers are becoming champions for women a key to change In Ecuador we have organized domestic workers through labor unions and womens associations and recently I got to see firsthand how they are speaking up for their rights and dignity Alicia who began her work as a maid at age ten and spent years unpaid threatened and pressured to have sex with her employer Today she is an activist fighting to ensure her daughters grow up safely and receive an education As she said to a CARE staffer "We need to start respecting women and listening to their stories in order to end the violence and abuse” We know that we can make a difference community by community But we need to bring these changes to scale we need to create system change at a global level Just as the United States in the 1970s recognized at last that violence against women is a crime not a private matter we must insist that workplace harassment be treated as a core labor issue Nearly eight out of ten domestic workers in Latin America are subject to informal labor conditions that make them much more vulnerable to physical or sexual violence Rape should not be in anyones job description The question is whether we can build the capacity of workers everywhere to demand and exercise their human and labor rights An immediate test is whether the International Labour Organization (ILO) will create a global convention against workplace sexual harassment so the world makes clear that freedom from sexual abuse at work is as fundamental as the right to a bathroom break an eight-hour day or overtime pay To truly tackle a problem you must first define it yet there is no internationally agreed-upon definition of workplace violence and harassment An ILO convention would fix that and fill many other gaps preventing us from confronting workplace harassment at both the global and domestic levels Gender-based violence is both a cause and a consequence of poverty and gender inequality But it remains a hidden even a taboo issue in many countries We need to change that The Academy Awards ceremony gave us a glimpse into what it might look like if women in Hollywood had a more equal voice; the stakes are even higher for millions of others working out of the limelight in hotels farms and factories from Kenya to Sri Lanka For their future the spirit of #MeToo demands we all make clear that #ThisIsNotWorking Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors And so then, as you’re playing, comfort, intelligent, dressed in padded riot gear." says Aloush. that it sold 111," Republican Representative Doug Lamborn.

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