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Gerald + Anna Heiser: "Boundless love" for their little son
A month ago the world came to a standstill for Anna and Gerald Heiser for a brief moment. The "Bauer Such Frau" couple finally held their first child in their arms. After a short social media break, everyone should now be able to see their sweet happiness. © Getty Images Gerald and Anna Heiser A first photo with three people that will melt hearts. Anna Heiser , 30 and her husband Gerald, 35, have been proud parents for around four weeks.
It was last January 30th. A few hours before the match between Olympique Marseille and Stade Rennais, several hundred Marseille supporters stormed the Commanderie, the club's training center, to show their anger. Main target of grievances, President Jacques-Henri Eyraud has since been dismissed. This Thursday, some of which had been broadcast two weeks ago on the Daily show. In this video, Eyraud does not appear, unlike the much maligned Hugues Ouvrard, who was present just behind the gates of the Robert Louis-Dreyfus center, when the first smoke bombs were launched. Villas-Boas and Alvaro on the front line Further on, while several groups have managed to enter the Commandery, we see that some stones have been thrown at the OM bus, as well as at André Villas-Boas' car ( he also left since). The Portuguese coach is also on the front line a little later, during a direct confrontation with the supporters on the bridge leading to the center of life of the players. "AVB" is then sprayed by a water bottle, but it is finally Alvaro Gonzalez, the player who has come in most contact with the insurgents, who is the target of a projectile, under the eyes of the future president Pablo Longoria . This will lead to the postponement of the OM-Rennes meeting. And important changes within the club ... Read also: The Tapie clan responds to Eyraud OM: Woe to McCourt if he fails, announces Payan Something new on OM's transfer window
Explosions in a military camp in Equatorial Guinea: at least 30 dead and 600 wounded .
© STAFF Map of Equatorial Guinea locating Bata The corpses of ten people were removed from the rubble on Monday, the day after four accidental explosions ravaged a military camp and surrounding neighborhoods in Bata, Equatorial Guinea, provided state television, bringing the provisional death toll to 30 dead and 600 wounded.