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By Olivia Wheeler For Mailonline. The singer, 41, cut a low-key figure as she wore a beige face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic and black knitted hat. Pink, born Alecia Beth Moore, wore a pair of loose-fitting white linen trousers and a burnt copper coloured knitted jumper. Adding some finishing touches, the singer opted for brown Dr. Martens, a black handbag and a collection of jewellery.
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Then I got to Egypt and thought of the mummy. But wait! Have there ever actually been stories of people claiming to see mummies walking around the Nile? I know there were old monster movies from the '40s and '50s of mummies, and stories of archaeologists who got sick and died after they went into King Tut's tomb, but have there ever been any mummy sightings reported? Death rituals were an important part of Maya religion. The Maya greatly respected death; they were taught to fear it and grieved deeply for the dead.
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London CNN A British man has raised thousands of pounds for charity after his unconventional drawings of people's pets went viral. Phil Heckels shot to fame when he shared his rendition of the family dog, Narla, on Facebook. Phil Heckels, 38, told CNN that his rise to internet stardom began six weeks ago when he was trying to get his 6-year-old son to make a thank you card for family. Heckels has now made around portraits.
A Rostraver man was arrested Thursday, charged with trying to touch an officer with a bloody bandage while being dropped off at the Westmoreland County Prison last month, according to court papers. Thomas Welch, 58, whose last known address is in Van Meter, is charged with aggravated harassment by a prisoner and reckless endangerment. Welch was taken to the Hempfield jail on Dec. Investigators said Welch was arrested in connection with an assault in which a knife was used and he had bandaged injuries to his hands. Township police were were dropping him off at the jail to be processed and held while awaiting arraignment.