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According to @TMZ_TV, her divorce is finally final! After a lot of back and forth, a judge signed off on her divorce from Martin Isaacs on Wednesday.
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Nearly two decades before Josh Horton (@jugglinjosh) became one of the most followed jugglers on Instagram, he joined the circus club at his elementary school. “My favorite thing about juggling is the challenge. It’s just you against yourself,” says the 12-time (gasp) Guinness World Record holder, who quit his day job in social media to juggle full time in Los Angeles.
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Photo by @noralorek | “I was pregnant when fleeing the war and had to leave my two children with relatives in South Sudan. My husband is a rebel but I haven’t heard from him since I left a year ago. So I don’t know if he’s alive or not”, Nyilet Nyowien, 25 with her five months old daughter Regina Nyasebit who’s born in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement. .
In August 2017 the one millionth refugee from South Sudan entered Uganda in escape of the war.
With most of the refugees being women and children and leaving during shootings at night their bedsheets called Milaya are often one of the few things they carry with them. The handmade patterns have been made in South Sudan and Sudan for generations and the tradition of the Milayas continues in what has become their temporary home while waiting for the war to end. Nyilet was one of the few women who didn’t manage to bring her Milaya. Bidibidi is with its more than 270.000 people considered on of the worlds largest refugee settlements.
On assignment for @natgeo July/August 2017.
& never knock on a door when you hear the showering running!