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Pleneal socks are made of a wool-cotton blend, which makes them soft, toasty, breathable and moisture-wicking. And how cute are those colorful Fair Isle winter prints? Indulge your feet in warmth and luxury at less than $2 a pair.
These top-rated leggings have a few key elements that make them a standout: side pockets big enough to fit a smartphone, a high tummy-control waist and buttery soft, moisture-wicking fabric with four-way stretch. Plus, they're squat-proof!
This meat thermometer gives you a temperature readout within one degree of accuracy in two to three seconds! Its light-up LCD screen, 4.6-inch food-grade stainless steel probe and waterproof, eco-friendly ABS plastic body make it one of Amazon's most popular items.
One of the year's hottest items, a percussive massage gun can be expensive and cumbersome. This one is neither — it's a portable version that packs the same punch as a full-size unit and comes with eight different attachments and six speeds.
This Amazon fan favorite with thousands of five-star reviews has industry-best audio features, premium noise cancelation and ergonomic design so the buds stay in your ears. Take calls and control the volume with conveniently located smart controls.
These Cuisinart knives aren't just eye candy: the ceramic and stainless steel blades slice, dice and mince with ease and come with a lifetime warranty to make sure they always perform. The colors help cooks prevent cross-contamination.
Bestselling brand T-fal dials it up with this go-to frying pan with a Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator in the center of its titanium nonstick interior — it turns solid red when the pan is properly preheated! The pan conducts heat evenly, and its silicone handles provide a safe and secure grip.
Get a flawless blowout with this volumizing styling tool, perfect for thinning, lifeless hair. It has three temperature settings, so you can control the pressure based on your hair type, and a ceramic coating to minimize damage to the hair shaft.
This odd-looking gadget will become one of your favorite little tools. The multitasker helps re-activate cell activity when you use it as a shower massager, helping to visibly reduce cellulite. Use it on your head to treat dandruff or psoriasis — it's even great for exfoliation.
Need a reminder to stay hydrated? This BPA-free water bottle has your back. It's marked with timestamp reminders that also indicate the amount of water you've consumed so far. By the end of the day, you'll have taken in a full 32 ounces!
Elena Rybakina said she struggled with the "pressure" and aggression from Aryna Sabalenka in falling to defeat in the Australian Open final on Saturday."With Aryna now, the score is 0-4," Rybakina said.
A state of emergency was declared in New Zealand's biggest city Auckland on Friday as torrential rains caused widespread flooding and evacuations, closing the city's airports and forcing organisers to cancel a scheduled concert by Elton John. Auckland's Mayor Wayne Brown declared a state of emergency due to the extent of the "damage, displacement and disruption" cased by the weather and the need for response agencies to draw on more powers. Auckland Emergency Management said in a post on Twitter that northern, northwestern and western parts of the city were affected by significant flooding, with conditions expected to worsen.
Africa's Lake Victoria is a source of joy and livelihood for those living along its shores, but the waterway is being overrun by pollution. Kenya's Rahmina Paullete is not just tackling the scourge, but transforming waste particles into furniture, coasters and bags. She's the founder of the "Let Lake Victoria Breathe Again" campaign. The young activist joined us for Perspective.Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Tackling climate change: 'African leaders are talking and not acting'Kenyan climate activist Abigael Kima on raising awareness in AfricaCOP27 summit: What's at stake for the African continent?
In this edition on Holocaust Memorial Day, we discover a little-known chapter of French history. In 1943, the Germans had occupied the southern French port city of Marseille. With its working class, immigrant and Jewish neighbourhoods around the Old Port, the city had come to represent everything that Hitler and the Nazis hated. The Germans, who saw the Old Port neighbourhoods as a hotbed of the French Resistance, decided to make an example of Marseille. They rounded up thousands of people, including hundreds of Jews who were later sent to a concentration camp, and destroyed an entire district.Between January 22 and 24, 1943, some 6,000 Marseille residents were arrested. More than 1,500 were later deported, including almost 800 Jews who were sent to the Sobibor extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. From February 1, 1943, a whole neighbourhood near the Old Port was razed to the ground. Hundreds of homes were destroyed and 50 streets wiped from the map.FRANCE 24's Florence Gaillard and Georges Yazbek met with survivors and descendants of victims of the Marseille roundup, who shared their harrowing accounts. Among them is Pascal Luongo, a lawyer who filed a criminal complaint in 2019 for crimes against humanity.English translation: Monte Francis Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Police resistance during WWII: How French officers saved hundreds of Jews in NancyPikovsky family behind Holocaust documentary honoured at French ceremonyVichy France’s ‘biggest stain’? The August 1942 roundup, 80 years on
Tunisians are to vote again on Sunday in elections for a parliament stripped of its powers, the final pillar of President Kais Saied's remake of politics in the birthplace of the Arab Spring.The second-round vote comes as the North African country grapples with a grave economic crisis and deep political divisions over Saied's July 2021 power grab.
Hertha Berlin sacked sporting director Fredi Bobic on Saturday, just hours after their home loss to city rivals Union Berlin.In a statement, Hertha said club management "have released managing director for sport Fredi Bobic from his duties with immediate effect."
I often get asked to name my favourite meals from my trips around the world. I’ve eaten lots and forgotten a great many, but I do remember the good ones – especially if I’ve recreated them and added them to the recipe bank on my iPad. That’s the useful thing about food writing.