The Most Magical Places on Earth!
We’ve selected, with a fine tooth comb, the most magical, rare and beautiful places in the world. Each of these places is a five star on our travel list for places we’d like to see in our lifetime!
In all, seven missiles landed inside Israeli territory, with two of them landing in Sderot but thankfully not causing any injuries and only light damage. The attacks were later claimed by the Yahya Ayyash Brigades.
In addition, on the same morning an RPG was fired at Israeli soldiers patrolling the border fence and the evening before had seen an improvised explosive device activated against another IDF patrol on the southern part of the border with the Gaza Strip.
Later in the day the Israeli Air Force responded by targeting terror-related sites in the Gaza Strip.
Here is how the Middle East page of the BBC News website looked in the late…
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The ‘mysterious ghost cinema’ has been destroyed (via Noha Zayed).
Last month, photographs taken of an abandoned outdoor cinema in the middle of Egypt’s Sinai desert by an Estonian photographer, Kaupo Kikkas, went viral. Today, this cinema, which had attracted great attention for its mysterious location, was destroyed.
According to the photographer, the cinema had been built ‘at the start of the millennium’ by a French man who felt it would be a great idea. While no film was ever shown there, the empty seats in the middle of the cinema remained standing – and can even be seen on Google Maps.
Today, however, it has been revealed that the cinema has been trashed and destroyed. As you’ll see in this collection of photographs above, the seats have been forcibly removed and ripped apart. Nothing remains.
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I haven’t made earrings in a while so, I made some wire wrapped earrings for this weeks DIY project. These are really easy to make, and only took me about 20 minutes. Please ignore my chipped nails…
Things You Will Need:
If you’ve used a Things-A-Ma-Jig, you can find them at Michaels. They’re great for any type of wire wrapping or beading.
Using your rounded pliers, form a loop in the top of the wire.
(Please ignore my horrible nails.)
Set up your Thing-A-Ma-Jig like the above image. You can leave the large bottom peg off the board. I just forgot to take it off.
Wrap your wire around the pegs so it looks like this. When you’re done with this part, take off the wire and flatten it a bit.
Add the bead…
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