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World War Two veteran, 96, marries husband, 50, after hiding his sexuality for 60 years

A WORLD War Two veteran who hid his sexuality for more than 60 years says he is finally living the life he wanted aged 96.
George Montague, who served in the RAF, only came out after a long marriage and having three kids.
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George Montague says he is finally living the life he wanted after hiding his sexuality for more than 60 years[/caption]
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George, who is wed to husband Somchai, 50, says he has ‘been blessed with real love’ in his life[/caption]

Google checks “in this video clip” search attribute

Google typically reveals video clip cause its search results page, actually, Google has an attribute to reveal recommended clips, an approach to leap you to the section of the video clip that addresses your particular question. Currently, it shows up, Google is checking revealing “in this video clip”– a timeline that reveals you what areas of the video clip discuss sub-topics.

Crypto Market & Bitcoin Sighting Upsides: BCH, EOS, TRX, ADA Analysis

  • The total crypto market cap is currently holding the $250.0B support area.
  • Bitcoin price is struggling to gain momentum above the $10,400 and $10,500 resistances.
  • EOS price is up more than 2% and it recently broke the key $4.000 resistance area.
  • BCH price is back above the $300 pivot level and it could climb towards the $320 level.
  • Tron (TRX) price is consolidating losses below the $0.0165 resistance area.
  • Cardano (ADA) price is eyeing an upward move towards the $0.0500 resistance level.

Yemen’s Houthis say Aramco plants still a target – tweets

DUBAI, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Yemen’s Houthi movement said on Monday that Saudi Aramco’s oil processing plants were still a target and could be attacked at “any moment”, warning foreigners to leave the area.
The attacks on Aramco plants in Abqaiq and Khurais in the kingdom’s eastern region were carried out by drones with normal and jet engines, Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea said in a tweet.

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