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(CNN) — Another American doctor infected with the deadly Ebola virus has arrived home for treatment in the United States.
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His doctors in Nebraska said they are treating him with escort aggressive supportive care, including fluids and electrolytes, and they are continuing to examine him to make sure nothing else is wrong. The doctors said they are exploring experimental options, calling on experts throughout the world to see what experimental therapeutics might work best and what treatment is most promising.
Sacra, the third American with Ebola to return to the United States for treatment, was stationed in Liberia when he was exposed to the virus.
His wife, Debbie Sacra, said he was clearly sick but was in good spirits and was able to walk onto the plane in Liberia before the flight to Nebraska. We are really encouraged by that news and are looking forward to reuniting with him, she said.
When Sacras temperature went up, he sent the president of SIM, the aid organization he works for, an email that read:
To all of you at SIM, and to my colleagues here in Liberia at ELWA Hospital, I apologize, read a tearful Bruce Johnson, president of SIM USA. He went on to explain that Sacra is a humble man and would be embarrassed by the global media attention. He said Sacra was concerned that the attention on his case would disrupt broader patient care at ELWA Hospital in Liberia.
The email went on to say: Regarding evacuation: I know and accept that there is no easy solution for an evacuation, so I dont expect one. Jesus is right here with me in Liberia!
As soon as the physician was symptomatic, he was admitted locally to an Ebola case management center near a hospital in Monrovia where he has served for 15 years.
Rick was receiving excellent care from our SIM/ELWA staff in Liberia at our Ebola 2 Care Center, Johnson said. They all love and admire him deeply. However, the Nebraska Medical Center provides advanced monitoring equipment and wider availability of treatment options.
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Sacra, who is from Holden, Massachusetts, was not treating Ebola patients directly. Instead, he was delivering babies at a general hospital in Monrovia, Johnson said.
I am surrounded by friends and family and the body of Christ, who are a great encouragement and who are praying fervently for Ricks recovery along with me, Debbie Sacra said in a statement. We are trusting in God to be with Rick and us through this difficult circumstance.
She will be traveling to Nebraska this weekend, Johnson said.
Rick would want me to urge you to remember that there are many people in Liberia who are suffering in this epidemic and others who are not receiving standard health care because clinics and hospitals have been forced to close. West Africa is on the verge of a humanitarian crisis, and the world needs to respond compassionately and generously.

Medical workers from the Liberian Red Cross carry the body of an Ebola victim Thursday, September 4, in Banjol, Liberia. Health officials say the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever. The virus has killed more than 1,900 people there since December, according to the World Health Organization.

Health workers in Monrovia, Liberia, place a corpse into a body bag on September 4.

A rally against the Ebola virus is held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on September 4.

After an Ebola case was confirmed in Senegal, people load cars with household items as they prepare to cross into Guinea from the border town of Diaobe, Senegal, on Wednesday, September 3. Senegal has since closed its borders.

Crowds cheer and celebrate in the streets Saturday, August 30, after Liberian authorities reopened the West Point slum in Monrovia. The military had been enforcing a quarantine on West Point, fearing a spread of the Ebola virus.

A ambulance leaves the University Hospital Fann in Dakar, Senegal, were a man was being treated for symptoms of the Ebola virus on Friday, August 29.

A health worker wearing a protective suit conducts an Ebola prevention drill at the port in Monrovia on August 29.

Senegalese Health Minister Awa Marie Coll-Seck gives a news conference August 29 to confirm the first case of Ebola in Senegal. She announced that a young Guinean had tested positive for the deadly virus.

Volunteers working with the bodies of Ebola victims in Kenema, Sierra Leone, sterilize their uniforms on Sunday, August 24.

A Liberian health worker checks people for symptoms of Ebola at a checkpoint near the international airport in Dolo Town, Liberia, on August 24.

A guard stands at a checkpoint Saturday, August 23, between the quarantined cities of Kenema and Kailahun in Sierra Leone.

A burial team from the Liberian Ministry of Health unloads bodies of Ebola victims onto a funeral pyre at a crematorium in Marshall, Liberia, on Friday, August 22.

A humanitarian group worker, right, throws water in a small bag to West Point residents behind the fence of a holding area on August 22. Residents of the quarantined Monrovia slum were waiting for a second consignment of food from the Liberian government.

Dr. Kent Brantly leaves Emory University Hospital on Thursday, August 21, after being declared no longer infectious from the Ebola virus. Brantly was one of two American missionaries brought to Emory for treatment of the deadly virus.

Brantly, right, hugs a member of the Emory University Hospital staff after being released from treatment in Atlanta.

Family members of West Point district commissioner Miata Flowers flee the slum in Monrovia while being escorted by the Ebola Task Force on Wednesday, August 20.

An Ebola Task Force soldier beats a local resident while enforcing a quarantine on the West Point slum on August 20.

Local residents gather around a very sick Saah Exco, 10, in a back alley of the West Point slum on Tuesday, August 19. The boy was one of the patients that was pulled out of a holding center for suspected Ebola patients after the facility was overrun and closed by a mob on August 16. A local clinic then refused to treat Saah, according to residents, because of the danger of infection. Although he was never tested for Ebola, Saahs mother and brother died in the holding center.

A burial team wearing protective clothing retrieves the body of a 60-year-old Ebola victim from his home near Monrovia on Sunday, August 17.

lija Siafa, 6, stands in the rain with his 10-year-old sister, Josephine, while waiting outside Doctors Without Borders Ebola treatment center in Monrovia on August 17. The newly built facility will initially have 120 beds, making it the largest-ever facility for Ebola treatment and isolation.

Brett Adamson, a staff member from Doctors Without Borders, hands out water to sick Liberians hoping to enter the new Ebola treatment center on August 17.

Workers prepare the new Ebola treatment center on August 17.

A body, reportedly a victim of Ebola, lies on a street corner in Monrovia on Saturday, August 16.

Liberian police depart after firing shots in the air while trying to protect an Ebola burial team in the West Point slum of Monrovia on August 16. A crowd of several hundred local residents reportedly drove away the burial team and their police escort. The mob then forced open an Ebola isolation ward and took patients out, saying the Ebola epidemic is a hoax.

A crowd enters the grounds of an Ebola isolation center in the West Point slum on August 16. The mob was reportedly shouting, No Ebola in West Point.

A health worker disinfects a corpse after a man died in a classroom being used as an Ebola isolation ward Friday, August 15, in Monrovia.

A boy tries to prepare his father before they are taken to an Ebola isolation ward August 15 in Monrovia.

Kenyan health officials take passengers temperature as they arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Thursday, August 14, in Nairobi, Kenya.

A hearse carries the coffin of Spanish priest Miguel Pajares after he died at a Madrid hospital on Tuesday, August 12. Pajares, 75, contracted Ebola while he was working as a missionary in Liberia.

A member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads a training session on Ebola infection control Monday, August 11, in Lagos, Nigeria.

Health workers in Kenema, Sierra Leone, screen people for the Ebola virus on Saturday, August 9, before they enter the Kenema Government Hospital.

A health worker at the Kenema Government Hospital carries equipment used to decontaminate clothing and equipment on August 9.

Health care workers wear protective gear at the Kenema Government Hospital on August 9.

Paramedics in protective suits move Pajares, the infected Spanish priest, at Carlos III Hospital in Madrid on Thursday, August 7. He died five days later.

Nurses carry the body of an Ebola victim from a house outside Monrovia on Wednesday, August 6.

A Nigerian health official wears protective gear August 6 at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta sit in on a conference call about Ebola with CDC team members deployed in West Africa on Tuesday, August 5.

Aid worker Nancy Writebol, wearing a protective suit, gets wheeled on a gurney into Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on August 5. A medical plane flew Writebol from Liberia to the United States after she and her colleague Dr. Kent Brantly were infected with the Ebola virus in the West African country.

Nigerian health officials are on hand to screen passengers at Murtala Muhammed International Airport on Monday, August 4.

A man gets sprayed with disinfectant Sunday, August 3, in Monrovia.

Dr. Kent Brantly, right, gets out of an ambulance after arriving at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Saturday, August 2. Brantly was infected with the Ebola virus in Africa, but he was brought back to the United States for further treatment.

Nurses wearing protective clothing are sprayed with disinfectant Friday, August 1, in Monrovia after they prepared the bodies of Ebola victims for burial.

A nurse disinfects the waiting area at the ELWA Hospital in Monrovia on Monday, July 28.

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, right, walks past an Ebola awareness poster in downtown Monrovia as Liberia marked the 167th anniversary of its independence Saturday, July 26. The Liberian government dedicated the anniversary to fighting the deadly disease.

In this photo provided by Samaritans Purse, Dr. Kent Brantly, left, treats an Ebola patient in Monrovia. On July 26, the North Carolina-based group said Brantly tested positive for the disease. Days later, Brantly arrived in Georgia to be treated at an Atlanta hospital, becoming the first Ebola patient to knowingly be treated in the United States.

A 10-year-old boy whose mother was killed by the Ebola virus walks with a doctor from the aid organization Samaritans Purse after being taken out of quarantine Thursday, July 24, in Monrovia.

A doctor puts on protective gear at the treatment center in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, on Sunday, July 20.

Members of Doctors Without Borders adjust tents in the isolation area in Kailahun on July 20.

Boots dry in the Ebola treatment center in Kailahun on July 20.

Red Cross volunteers prepare to enter a house where an Ebola victim died in Pendembu, Sierra Leone, on Friday, July 18.

Dr. Jose Rovira of the World Health Organization takes a swab from a suspected Ebola victim in Pendembu on July 18.

Red Cross volunteers disinfect each other with chlorine after removing the body of an Ebola victim from a house in Pendembu on July 18.

A dressing assistant prepares a Doctors Without Borders member before entering an isolation ward Thursday, July 17, in Kailahun.

A doctor works in the field laboratory at the Ebola treatment center in Kailahun on July 17.

Doctors Without Borders staff prepare to enter the isolation ward at an Ebola treatment center in Kailahun on July 17.

A health worker with disinfectant spray walks down a street outside the government hospital in Kenema on Thursday, July 10.

Dr. Mohamed Vandi of the Kenema Government Hospital trains community volunteers who will aim to educate people about Ebola in Sierra Leone.

Police block a road outside Kenema to stop motorists for a body temperature check on Wednesday, July 9.

A woman has her temperature taken at a screening checkpoint on the road out of Kenema on July 9.

A member of Doctors Without Borders puts on protective gear at the isolation ward of the Donka Hospital in Conakry, Guinea, on Saturday, June 28.

Airport employees check passengers in Conakry before they leave the country on Thursday, April 10.

CNNs Dr. Sanjay Gupta, left, works in the World Health Organizations mobile lab in Conakry. Gupta traveled to Guinea in April to report on the deadly virus.

A Guinea-Bissau customs official watches arrivals from Conakry on Tuesday, April 8.

Egidia Almeida, a nurse in Guinea-Bissau, scans a Guinean citizen coming from Conakry on April 8.

A scientist separates blood cells from plasma cells to isolate any Ebola RNA and test for the virus Thursday, April 3, at the European Mobile Laboratory in Gueckedou, Guinea.

Members of Doctors Without Borders carry a dead body in Gueckedou on Friday, April 1.

Gloves and boots used by medical personnel dry in the sun April 1 outside a center for Ebola victims in Gueckedou.

A health specialist works Monday, March 31, in a tent laboratory set up at a Doctors Without Borders facility in southern Guinea.

Health specialists work March 31 at an isolation ward for patients at the facility in southern Guinea.

Workers associated with Doctors Without Borders prepare isolation and treatment areas Friday, March 28, in Guinea.

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Rick Sacra had been to Liberia with SIM before, and volunteered to go again after he heard fellow missionaries Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantly had contracted the virus, Johnson said. Brantly and Writebol were flown to Atlanta last month for treatment at Emory University Hospital and have since been released.
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Sacra started to show symptoms of hemorrhagic fever on August 29. Health care workers did an Ebola test on him Monday, which came back positive for the deadly virus.
Sacra was following all protocols and taking necessary precautions against Ebola, Johnson said. It is unclear how he became infected, but SIM is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to determine the point of contact.
Doctors in Nebraska said they know they are in for a long haul with Sacras treatment. They are hopeful but believe he could be under treatment for at least two to three weeks.
If he does recover fully, SIM leaders said that Sacra has said he intends to go back to Liberia to continue to help build and strengthen the countrys medical infrastructure.

CNNs Jason Hanna and Shawn Nottingham contributed to this report.

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The 32-year-old said having Kenzie, pictured with his mother and father Ryan Telford, feels like she has a second chance, adding she hopes to one day be reunited with her daughter Billie
She endured a tough childhood, leaving school at the age of 15 without any qualifications and pregnant with her first child.She
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She said: I didn’t realise I was pregnant until I was six and a half months gone and I was terrified.I
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could never have an abortion. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself.I managed to cut down from taking £200 worth a day to £30 worth a day.I went to see a drug worker straight away and was prescribed methadone but I still couldn’t quit. I felt so guilty.Just because you’re pregnant you can’t stop just like that. I don’t agree with taking it while pregnant – I think it’s disgusting but it happens.In February 2006, Ms Shaw gave birth to a baby girl four weeks early after developing pneumonia.She said: When she was born I was overcome with emotion. I was happy but I was scared because I knew she wasn’t going to be able to stay with me.Luckily she wasn’t addicted to heroin when she was born and despite everything she was a healthy baby.Billie was taken into care and for the next four years her mother continued taking drugs.But when she was 27, she decided to turn her life around.She said: I knew I couldn’t get any lower. If carried on I was going to be dead in a couple of months.Ms Shaw left London and went to stay with her mother in West Yorkshire during the withdrawal period.She started on buprenorphine, a heroin-substitute program, and has been clean ever since.She said: It was hard and I was tempted at times but I wanted my life back.The 32-year-old got her own flat and an office job with a taxi firm and after a short relationship she gave birth to Kenzie, now two, in May 2012.She has recently become engaged to her partner of two years, Ryan Telford, a warehouse worker, and is hoping to marry as soon as possible.She said: Addiction is totally a mental illness – maybe it’s self-inflicted but you don’t know people’s background and how they got on it.
Ms Shaw, said: Im so angry I put drugs before my baby. I hope that one day I can make up for my mistakes
I’ve known people to die from an overdose or end up dangerously ill, I’ve went against all of the odds.Now the mother-of-four is focusing on being a full time mum to Kenzie at their home in Northumberland.She said: I’ve been given a second chance to be a mum again and Kenzie is my world.I stay in touch with Kye and Louis and I hope that one day I’ll be reunited with Billie.Having Kenzie makes me realize how much I’ve missed out on with my daughter.

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(CNN) — Making the jump from model to designer seemed like a natural choice for Hiwot Gashaw. Growing up in Ethiopias capital Addis Ababa, the young entrepreneur always had a passion for fashion, drawing clothes from an early age.
Thus, it was no big surprise when in 2012, having already worked as a professional fashion model and after graduating from a top design school, Gashaw took to making her own clothes with the launch of her label, Abugida Fashion.
Fusing traditional Ethiopian designs with contemporary Western style, Abugida produces and sells a collection of clothes ranging from womens dresses and scarves to mens designer jackets and childrens clothing.
Abugida means learning something new, says Gashaw, who started her brand at the age of 22, and with fashion I learn something new every day.
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Ethiopian garments are often created from woolen materials and theyre usually traditionally hand stitched. Gashaw, who is involved in the entire process, from designing the outfits to adding the final embroidery details, has continued to use this trend in her intricate creations.
What makes my clothes unique is [that] you can wear them anytime, says Gashaw. Also, I design and sew them myself, giving them a personal touch.
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What makes my clothes unique is [that] you can wear them anytime.
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Based on the outskirts of Addis Ababa, the company has six full-time workers — former street girls and elderly beggars, who have all been trained by Gashaw herself.
I work with these women who used to be in the streets, says the young designer. But now I trained them, they work with me and they are able to support themselves.
Gashaw cites expensive machinery and tracing raw materials as the main challenges for her startup but says that she will continue using fashion to change the lives of women in her community. Ambitious and determined, the talented designer has high hopes for her brand.
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We will eskort play all of our home games at the Arena Lviv so far, Shakhtar manager Mircea Lucescu told the club website after Tuesdays win over Dynamo Kiev in Lviv in the Ukrainian Super Cup.
The team liked the city and the atmosphere here was great.
Lucescu didnt know when the team would resume home games at the Donbass Arena, which, like the Arena Lviv, staged games during Euro 2012, co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland.
Costa is one of six South American players who refused to return to Shakhtar following a friendly in France. All six didnt play in the 2-0 victory against Dynamo.
Writing on his Instagram page this week, Costa, who has previously been linked with Manchester United, insisted he wasnt abandoning the club but that in this moment we are all concerned (for) our lives. He is now being linked with a loan move to the English Premier League or Italys Serie A.
Shakhtar president Rinat Akhmetov, meanwhile, said that if the players didnt come back, they would suffer while insisting the club would keep them safe.
Captain Darijo Srna dedicated Tuesdays win to Shakhtars fans.
We know that our fans are with us, Srna, with Shakhtar since 2003, told the club website. This victory is for them, for Donbass, for all the people who are going through the hard war times.
I do not know what to say. My heart hurts, my soul hurts. But we still try to show our football, the Shakhtar type. Trying to give a festival to all the fans of Shakhtar.
Everyone who is a fan of Shakhtar should know this: Im with you, the team is with you!
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(CNN) — What happens when a North Korean architect is given free rein to design what he or she likes?
Over the course of escort the last four years, one Beijing based tour company has sought to answer that question by asking a practicing architect from North Korea to create futuristic designs for sustainable tourism developments in the country.
Koryo Tours — which offers organized trips around North Korea — provided the anonymous participant who works at the Paektusan Architectural Institute in Pyongyang with an open brief and no limits on costs, scale or physical possibilities.
The fascinating results depict something akin to Soviet-era iconography and the Jetsons and are now on display at the Venice Architecture Biennale in Italy.
A collection of futuristic cone shaped buildings designed to appear like a steel and glass mountain range. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
According to Nick Bonner, the man who arranged the project, there is very little exposure to contemporary architecture in North Korea.
The architect who led this project for us drew upon his own thoughts and experiences, he added.
A hotel designed in the shape of a tree at Mount Kumgang. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Unsurprisingly, the career path of an architect in North Korea is very structured.
All architects (in North Korea) are trained at the University of Architecture and all work for the government. There are no private projects, Bonner continued.
In a way, its not much different than working for a council — limited projects, but the better you are the more chance you have of working on more interesting projects, and the more chance of influencing design.
A hotel designed for the West Sea Barrage, Nampo. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Some designs appear more rooted in reality than others which take big leaps into what the architect believes may be possible in the future.
The image above shows a hotel and gondola on the West Sea Barrage in the port city of Nampo, an area currently without major accommodation facilities.
A one room holiday home that is also a flying hovercraft. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Exhibiting slightly more blue-sky thinking, this image depicts a flying house that can double up as a hovercraft.
An architects vision for a tourist bridge at Mount Myohang. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Combining the old and the new, meanwhile, this nifty-looking bridge is designed to connect the famous mountains of Myohyangsan.
People walking across it in the morning will be high above the early mist providing the sensation of floating above the clouds, the architect said.
The interior of the Mount Kumgang Birds Nest villa. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Apart from blocks of architecture that reflect Soviet influence, there is a certain futuristic style (and) modernism in many of the buildings in North Korea, Bonner said.
In the image above, visitors to a mountain villa retreat interact with each other in an atrium designed to encourage social interaction between holidaymakers.
A woodland retreat designed by a North Korean architect. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
Reaction to the exhibition has been mixed so far.
Some people see it as retro and kitsch, while others see it as inventive, fun and with some valid ideas, Bonner said.
It was never intended as anything more than a visual brainstorm — a way to stimulate engagement, ideas and discussion.
The interior of a train designed to enable holidaymakers to view the North Korean countryside. (Courtesy Koryo Tours)
The designs will be on display at the Korean Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale until November while Koryo Tours will be running a seven day architecture trip to North Korea in late October.
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Dr. Mark Hiller, CEO at Recaro Aircraft Seating, notes that accommodating passengers personal devices has become an imperative, though one that few manufacturers have yet to address.
Connectivity is no longer just an option, but a necessity, he says.
At the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany last month, Recaro unveiled their newest design in economy seating, called the BL3530. The new seat features a tablet PC holder, a smart pocket for stowing devices (and protecting them from scratches) and a power supply for charging.
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The BL3530 follows another vital trend; at 10 kilograms per seat, its lighter than its predecessors.
Fuel costs are extremely high these days — this is just an accepted fact in the industry. As a result, every kilogram counts, says James Lee, director of Paperclip Design Limited, an award-winning industrial design studio.
The lightest chair on the market is made by relative newcomer Expliseat, a French company that has crafted a model made from titanium and composite materials. It weights just 4 kilograms. The company estimates the weight savings could translate into $500,000 of fuel savings per aircraft per year.
According to Benjamin Saada, Expliseats CEO, the CO2 savings are even more significant.
Every aircraft we equip saves 1,200 tons of CO2 per year. Thats the equivalent of planting 45,000 trees, he says. Imagine if every airplane in the world signed on. It could completely change the global fuel emissions.
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One particularly awkward feature of airline seats is their lack of versatility. They recline, and thats about as adaptive as they get. Papercilp is hoping to change that with its new Caterpillar Convertible seat, which won the premium class and VIP category at the Crystal Cabin Award this year.
The Caterpillar can be configured as a roomy Premium Economy seat, or converted into a Business Class seat with a lie-flat bed and direct aisle access.
The core aim is to allow airlines to adjust their cabin capacity based on demand, says Lee.
Flights from London to New York might have a big need for Business Class, for example, but if you use the same plane to fly to Phuket, the demand for lie-flat seats could be a lot less. This design allows the airline to adapt, he adds.
Fuel costs are extremely high these days. Every kilogram counts
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This is not the first year Paperclip has scooped up an award for its designs. The trademark Paperclip armrest — a dual-level version that grants both parties access — has picked up several accolades over the years.
Unfortunately, there hasnt been a lot of demand for the innovation, and its potential for a more democratic approach to elbow room.
Ive showed the design to a lot of manufactures, and theyll say, oh, thats nice, but there hasnt been a lot of need for it. The issue is cost, he says.
Though the concept may not catch on on planes, it could become a feature of seating on the ground.
Its more likely to one day see (the armrest) in theaters and cinemas. There are fewer regulations on the ground than in the air, so theres less resistance to new products, he says.
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According to Pierre-Antony Vastra, an executive vice president at Zodiac, the layout has, raised a lot of interest.
It provides a larger space for the shoulders while enabling the airline to board the same number of passengers, he says.
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This method of payment, which cuts out the banks, is peer to peer and its all done digitally.
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(CNN) — When Bobbi Brown introduced her eponymous lipstick line to Bergdorf Goodman back in 1991, she never expected all 10 pinky-brown shades to fly off the shelves in just one day.
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Since then, the trailblazing makeup mogul has built a billion-dollar empire by making women look and feel beautiful in a natural way.
Her cosmetics adorn the faces of VIPs such as Michelle Obama and Katie Holmes, as well as the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore the brand on her wedding day.
With stores in 68 countries today, the company has grown from a mail-order business in the early 90s to a staple in womens makeup bags from London to Beijing.
When I started the company, my mission was to make a lipstick that looked like lips, because most of the lipsticks on the market looked artificial, they were greasy and they smelled bad, Brown told CNNs Poppy Harlow.
I wanted to create something that looked natural, and that worked with a womans skin tone and her lip color, she adds.
Browns love affair with makeup started as she watched her mothers beauty rituals in their suburban Chicago home.
But her true entrepreneurial streak came from her Russian immigrant grandfather, who worked his way up to become a successful car dealer: I grew up watching Papa Sam in his dealership and I learned so much. He was an amazing role model, she says.
School was never the focus of Browns attention, and when she wanted to drop out of the University of Arizona after her first year, her mother asked her a question that would determine the course of her life: If you could spend the day doing whatever you wanted, what would you do?
Go to the mall and play with makeup, came the answer.
After earning a degree in theatrical makeup at Emerson College in Boston, Brown moved to New York City, showing her portfolio to anyone and everyone.
Living the life of a fledgling makeup artist, her talent and perseverance paid off. Soon she was working on high-profile magazine shoots, eventually landing a Vogue cover with Naomi Campbell — her first big break.
Ill never forget it, recalls Brown. It was Naomi Campbells first cover and the photographer was Patrick Demarchelier. It was shot on the beach early in the morning, and you never know if its a cover or not, but when I heard it was, I was beyond (excited), she says.
While her makeup artist career was burgeoning, Brown was frustrated by the lack of wearable, natural looking shades amid the fuchsia lipsticks and electric blue eye shadows which dominated the 1980s: Everything was artificial and fake. It just did not look right to me, she says.
When I started the company, my mission was to make a lipstick that looked like lips.
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A chance meeting with a Kiehls pharmacist during a fashion shoot led to the creation of her first lipstick, Brown Lip Color, in her signature chocolate-based tones. Four years later, the company she started with just $10,000 was beating cosmetics giant Estee Lauder in major department stores.
Brown soon got a call from Leonard Lauder, the scion of the makeup empire started by his mother Estee, offering to buy her company. She accepted, under the condition that she retained all creative control, and today it is estimated that Bobbi Brown products account for about 10% of all Estee Lauder sales.
You know, I think that women will always need their basics, Brown says, explaining how her business managed to weather the financial downturn of recent years.
They will always need their tried and tested things, they are not going to forgo makeup. Maybe theyll forgo the trendy things that come out every season, they dont need it. But most women still need what they need, she adds.
When it comes to her role in an industry which has been heavily criticized for making women feel self-conscious, Brown says: Everyone I know in the beauty industry, not just the people that work in my company, is really there to make products that make women look and feel better, they devote their lives to it. I think the biggest problem is that the Internet now shows everything. So if you are going to be an actress or a supermodel, you are unusually photogenic, you are unusually thin, that is not what all women are, she says.
Brown still beautifies the faces of models in all her advertising campaigns, but her business interests are not limited to cosmetics.
She has partnered with Safilo, a leading Italian eyewear brand, to design a range of glasses, and has recently been appointed as Editor-in-Chief of Yahoos new beauty section.
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Im trying to create a space that is empowering, thats teaching, thats fun, with a sense of humor, thats visually exciting and cool, she says, but mostly, a place that will give women real answers to not just beauty but lifestyle and empowerment, and everything it means to be a successful, happy woman. And I hope a man, too, I have things planned for men as well, Brown adds.
Bobbi Brown works her magic backstage at the Rachel Roy show during New York Fashion Week.Earl Gibson III/Getty Images
The entrepreneur has also channeled her energy into philanthropy, starting the Pretty Powerful Campaign for Women and Girls, where 100% of the purchase price of a limited edition product goes to programs helping disadvantaged women and girls around the world.
The company also sponsors Dress for Success, a global charity which offers unemployed women career advice and professional attire for job interviews.
Browns youthful face and eyes exude humor, and she fosters a homey atmosphere in her headquarters in New Yorks trendy SoHo. Large windows flood the pastel-colored space with sunlight, and there are regular yoga sessions.
I enjoy things that are not about my work. And whether its family vacations or trips, Im able to let go.
Bobbi Brown
There are dogs and kids that come in, and I love having this atmosphere, its who I am, she says.
The make-up mogul jokingly describes herself as a Type A personality — hardworking and efficient, yet able to unplug from the daily grind: I enjoy things that are not about my work, I enjoy my husband, my kids and nephews, my entourage, as I call them. And whether its family vacations or trips, Im able to let go, she says.
However, the 57-year-old is not ready to hang up her brushes any time soon. Im bad at golf and even worse at tennis, she quips, adding that she doesnt feel she has reached her pinnacle yet.
So many things happened in my career which were important moments, from my first Vogue cover to getting into Bergdorf Goodman and Harrods, and finally when Leonard Lauder called, but then things just continued to happen.
So, I havent made it yet, she concludes.
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We meet under dappled light in a quiet corner of the Giardini — a sloping, lovingly tended park, split by a canal and dotted with national pavilions — miniature exhibition spaces built by each participating country at various intervals since 1893.
Sat in a fresh white shirt without so much as a bead of sweat on his tanned, furrow-less brow, Koolhaas appears remarkably calm for a man whos just spent the last four years managing this colossal undertaking, often referred to as the Olympics of Architecture.
At the Biennale you end up with a global tour of ideas.
Rem Koolhaas, Director of the 14th Architecture Biennale
Whats unique about the Biennale is that its based around these national pavilions… so you end up with a global tour of ideas, he says.
There are 65 contributing nations this year — a jump from 55 in 2012 — including a refreshing dose of non-western first-timers like Mozambique, the Dominican Republic and Morocco. But what are they showing, exactly?
First timers Morocco show Fundamental(ism)s Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
Architecture should be open to everything. My whole life has been dedicated to expanding the boundaries of architecture – never considering it a single entity … Events like the Biennale help to open new possibilities precisely by showing us something other than buildings alone, explains Koolhaas, whose slim, long physique is at odds with the weighty seriousness of his character.
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Events like the Biennale show us something other than buildings.
Rem Koolhaas, Director of the 14th Architecture Biennale
This brings us back to those concrete cows. Guarding the entrance to the neoclassic British pavilion, like quaint, toothless lions, the cows are on loan from Milton Keynes — the last of the post-war British New Towns — where theyve been serving as unofficial mascots since the mid-70s.
Theyre the opening gambit of an exhibition that includes a poem by William Blake, a portion of a David Hockney painting and snippets from Stanley Kubricks A Clockwork Orange; much of it infused around electric indigo depictions of the UKs most iconic housing estates.
For a sentimental Brit like me, its an exhilarating kaleidoscope of cultural reference points. To echo Koolhaas, its also a bold reminder that architecture is — or at least should be – about a great deal more than blueprints, digital renderings and scale models.
A Clockwork Jerusalem commissioned by the British Council Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
We must accept that its part of a broader culture, says Dutch architectural historian Wouter Vanstiphout, who co-curated the exhibit alongside British architect Sam Jacob.
The pair contend that culture — from the romantic traditions of the late 19th century, to the sci-fi visions and imagined utopias popular right through the 20th — has had a significant influence on British architecture over the last 100 years.
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These images and ideas have shaped the way we live.
Sam Jacob, British architect
These images and ideas have shaped the way we live. So what weve really made is an argument — an argument that the world is something you can change with a fired-up imagination, says Jacob, in what for a moment feels like a rousing call-to-arms.
Like all the national pavilions, the British exhibit is a response to a specific theme, set by Koolhaas, titled Absorbing Modernity, 1914-2014.
Explaining the idea behind this theme, Koolhaas argues (in fact, he tells me its more of a provocation) that modern forces — particularly those of globalism and advancing technology — have led to a uniform international architecture (glass towers, square blocks and so on) at the expense of more distinctive, traditional styles worldwide.
And so it is that as you stroll from pavilion to pavilion, you encounter all manner of colorful explorations riffing on this idea — mostly characterized, in fact, by each nations attempt to show how they are the exception to the rule.
Romania. Site Under Construction Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
Outside the Romanian pavilion, for instance, a small plantation of old-fashioned alarm clocks stand like black sunflowers on long, rigid stalks. Its an eerily surreal reference to factory life, the clockwork operations of workers, and a precursor to an exploration of the factory as the distinguishing symbol of modernity in Romania.
Over in the Dominican Republic, the floor is smothered in a brilliant bright, multi-colored carpet — conjuring a sense of the Caribbean nations vibrant spirit. In contrast, the thrust of the exhibit dwells on the pre-eminence of concrete which, after the catastrophic San Zenon hurricane of 1930, was obligatory for all new construction.
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First timers Dominican Republic show Fair Concrete/La Feria Concreta Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
In this sense, a natural disaster thrust a new mode of architecture onto the island. The result, claim curators Laboratorio de Arquitectura Dominicana, was a distinctive form of modernism — adapted to the tropical climate with a healthy twist of Dominican flair.
Inside the German pavilion theres a full-size partial replica of the Kanzlerbungalow (Chancellors Bungalow) in Bonn — built by architect Sep Ruf in 1964. The Kanzlerbungalow was ubiquitous in the West German media during the tenure of the Bonn Republic, and functioned as the nations living room.
Bungalow Germania Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
Its airy, forward-looking 60s modernism is worlds apart from the formal grandeur of the pavilion itself, which was built during the era of the German Reich.
The result is not only a visceral dialogue between two generations of German architectural history, but a statement about the role of politics in shaping the countrys national style.
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Anton Kalgaev, co-curator of the Russian Pavillion
A hop, skip and jump and were in the Russian pavilion — where the curators have turned the ornate building into a spoof international trade fair. In a playful, tongue-in-cheek turn, 20 fictional companies have set up shop across rows of mock sales stands — most with a dedicated agent — offering commercial, distinctly Russian-themed solutions to the problems of contemporary architecture.
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A man from Estetika Ltd tries to sell me some ornamental gold decorations — with an unmistakably Russian diagonal lattice shape – to fix on the front of my building, making it instantly Russian. Nearby theres PrefabCorp – a hypothetical merger of all existing Russian prefabricated housing suppliers, and Ark-Stroy — a booth selling above-ground bunkers based on Russian social housing blocks, designed for post-apocalyptic living.
Fair Enough: Russias past our Present Courtesy Andrea Avezzù/la Biennale di Venezia
Trade fairs are the ultimate symbol of modernity explains co-curator Anton Kalgaev, as he guides me past a series of garish corporate logos. They all look exactly the same — they operate by the most universal language you can imagine.
Theres a great sense of theater here, and underneath is a well-considered comment on both the state of modern architecture and the means by which new ideas are communicated and sold. As Kalgaev says, the advantage of using this commercial language to display our exhibit is that it explains complicated things in a very easy way.
The Russian pavilion is perhaps the most direct response to Koolhaas theme — distilling key aspects of the countrys architectural identity into discreet elements. By transforming them into commodities, they also show how facets of our past must be repackaged in a commercial framework in order to survive modernity.
Looking back to when he first conceived the idea for this Biennale, Koolhaas says that he was struck by how easy it was, when looking at a series of buildings from a 100 years ago, to identify them by nation.
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Looking at a series of glass towers from around the world today, he says, Everyone would agree that there are enormous similarities between them and that it would be reasonably hard to identify any of these in terms of national architecture.
If we are to succeed in finding an antidote to the generic, then looking to our own societies must surely be a critical first step. The Biennale succeeds because it places people — our history, culture and even our bodies — at the very heart of its thinking. It may not have all the answers, but its certainly asking all the right questions.

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Yesterday Harris, 84, was told he faced an inevitable jail term after he was found guilty of 12 indecent assaults on four victims between 1968 and 1986, often in plain sight.Jekyll and Hyde Harris had used his fame to mesmerise underage fans before abusing them with impunity and believed his celebrity status made him believe he was above the law, Scotland Yard said. The Australian star spent 16 years abusing his daughter Bindis best friend and got a thrill from attacking her when his own child was feet away.
Account: A report into Saviles abuse said he had forced Broadmoor patients to stripA seven-year-old girl was groped when she asked for his autograph at an event where he performed his hit Two Little Boys for children.Today it emerged that Harris could face fresh charges after more women found the courage to come forward after he was convicted yesterday, the Director of Public Prosecutions said.While 12 others have already approached lawyers to apply for compensation from his £11million estate. He will be sentenced at Southwark Crown Court on Friday. Harris’s visit to Broadmoor hospital in 1973 was mentioned in last week’s report on Savile’s abuse.But police and child protection experts found no evidence of wrongdoing by Harris.
The report said Savile forced patients to strip, it stated: ‘We heard convincing accounts of a pattern of inappropriate behaviour surrounding Savile’s attendance on female wards at bath time and bedtime… female patients would be obliged to strip while lined up in corridors.‘We heard that Savile followed a clear pattern of arriving on a female ward at just before this time.
‘Unchallenged by staff, he would then watch from behind, as the row of female patients undressed.’Mr George, now 62, first wrote an account of Harris’ Broadmoor visit in his 2012 autobiography Heartless.
Guilty: Harris leaves Southwark Crown Court today after he was found guilty of 12 counts of indecent assault
He was sent to the high-security psychiatric hospital as a teenager after running away from adoptive parents and setting fire to a property.Top of the Pops host Savile was a frequent volunteer and was given his own keys and living quarters at the hospital. He recalled how Savile took Harris to Lancaster ward, where women who were being punished had to strip in the corridor in front of warders.He told the Mirror: ‘Harris was very famous at the time and had his weekend show. He walked down the passageway of York ward with Savile opening the doors along with a nursing officer.‘Some of the girls came out and there was an unprompted performance of Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport. He then went through to the punishment ward.‘At that time of the evening all the girls on that ward would have been undressed ready for bed.‘We all had to get completely undressed in the hallway in front of the staff, male and female, to show nothing was being taken into our rooms.
‘I thought it was odd that he was walking through the female wards and not doing a show. It was strange that he arrived at the same time the women were undressing for bed.’Harris and Savile were pictured together as they signed autographs at a fete in July 1973.The artist also sketched Savile in 1992 when the former DJ was interviewed at HTV Studios in Bristol where Rolf was filming his ITV series Rolf’s Cartoon Club.
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It was important for the world to see this wonderful individual who commits herself effortlessly — her heart, her body, her soul — to our youth, said Bush, now a graduate student.
Or maybe you know an individual in your community whose personal story and dedication inspires you.
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(CNN) — George H.W. Bush turns 90 today (June 12), bayan escort ankara only the fourth American president to reach that age. Hes the last of the World War II presidents, the last American leader to preside over the Cold War, the last of a generation of elected leaders who saw themselves as old-fashioned public servants rather than cutthroat campaigners.
Today, there are college graduates who werent even born when he left office. So the question is, what can 20-somethings learn from an old man like Bush?
It starts with what Bush said to a group of young people in one of the last speeches he gave as President: What all of us seek in our life is meaning and adventure. Its through service that all of us can find both.

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He certainly has had 90 years of meaning and adventure — flying as one of the youngest Navy pilots in World War II; serving in Congress during the 1960s; as US liaison to China in the days of Mao; as chair of the Republican Party during Watergate; as head of the CIA after the Church Commission; as Ambassador to the United Nations during the Cold War; as Vice President during the Reagan Revolution; as President during the collapse of the Soviet Union.
And as a post-presidential humanitarian, he has raised millions for cancer research and disaster relief alongside the man who was his most bitter political rival.

President Barack Obama and former presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter arrive on stage for the George W. Bush Presidential Center dedication ceremony in Dallas, on April 25. Only a few times in history have three or more American presidents been photographed together. Click through to see some of those historic moments.

Presidents George H. W. Bush, left, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter pose for a photograph in the Oval Office on January 7, 2009.

George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter appeared together during the opening ceremony of the Clinton Presidential Library on November 18, 2004, in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford all attended the funeral of President Richard Nixon in Yorba Linda, California, on April 27, 1994.

George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon pose during the Ronald Reagan Library dedication on November 4, 1991, in Simi Valley, California.

Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter share a light moment in 1981.

Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy sit together at House Speaker Samuel Rayburns funeral in November 1961.

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Bush had a front-row seat to most of the major events of the second half of the 20th century, and he did it by dedicating his life to service to others.
Public service is a noble calling, something hes said so often that its engraved on a bust at his Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. (The students rub its brass nose for good luck; he once quipped, Thank God it was only a bust!)
I asked about Bushs formula for meaning and adventure when I interviewed 41 extraordinary people for our new documentary about our 41st president, 41ON41. Many of the 41 spoke of Bushs lifelong commitment to public service, whether in uniform, in appointed positions, through elected office or in community service.
This man has affected this country and served this country in so many ways, said sports commentator Jim Nantz, and hes done it every step of the way with a kind heart, with good intentions, with real concern that hes doing the right thing to help people.
I do believe, if there were more people like him, the world would be a better place, President Bill Clinton told me. If your primary motivation is to serve, then, in an imperfect world, youre likely to make the right rather than the wrong compromises.
His primary motivation was to serve. You dont get to pick the time you serve, and you cant control the circumstances in which you govern. Theres always some good and some bad in it. But he made the most of a hand that was not the easiest hand to play. And he did it because, at heart, hes a servant.
Pierce Bush is G.H.W.s grandson, and the two have talked about the day his grandfather decided to make the first step in a lifetime of service.
He remembers sitting in an Andover [High School] auditorium right after Pearl Harbor was attacked, Pierce said. There was this spirit that he wanted to be a part of. He wanted to go and defend America, he wanted to be a part of something bigger than himself.
Pierce sees the parallels with his generation — in the same longing millennials have to be a part of something larger than oneself. His Twitter homepage quotes his grandfather: Any definition of a successful life must include service to others.
Pierce works for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Houston and would tell you that his life is full of both meaning and adventure.
Condoleezza Rice is concerned that young people have only seen the worst of elected officials in a gridlocked Washington that seems to feed on character assassination. She knows how hard it is to decide to go into public service in such a poisonous environment.
I would say to young people: Never forget that democracy depends on its citizens to care about it, to promote it, to work for it, Rice said. Democracies dont survive if citizens simply leave it to others to do the hard work of governing, and so if you get a chance to be in public service, do it. The greatest thing that you can do in your life is to serve your country. You could have no better role model than George H. W. Bush.
Bushs life is full of lessons for young people. I hope youll tune in to CNN on Fathers Day at 9 p.m. ET to hear more about this remarkable American life. Youll be surprised how much youll learn.
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