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Source: Fox News

The Duggar family’s name for deviled eggs stirs online debate

Today 06:05 GMT

One person explained that alternate names for deviled eggs are used in other parts of the U.S., including “stuffed eggs,” “salad eggs,” “dressed eggs,” and “angel eggs” for eggs with less fat and cholesterol.

Someone else pointed out that the name isn’t the important part of the post, saying in part: “All I saw was that Mrs. Duggar was making eggs with her girls and gave it a cutesy name. “We call them angel eggs too so feel free to overreact and tell me how wrong I am Geez.....while you unload I’ll be sipping on some cream soda and catching some sunshine,” someone else wrote.

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Source: DW

Spain prepares for third general election in four years

Today 07:00 GMT

As Spain prepares to hold its third general election in four years, the first of two televised debates among the leading candidates was held on Monday, with the second going ahead on Wednesday evening.

After the first televised debate among the candidates, Spain's current prime minister, Pedro Sanchez is still holding a 30% share in opinion polls. But he is unlikely to be an outright winner.

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Source: The Guradian

Who will be killed off in Avengers: Endgame Hopefully all of them

Tuesday 09:55 GMT

As the clock ticks down to the release of Avengers: Endgame (Thursday 25 April in the UK, if you haven’t got it marked in the calendar yet), debates rage on over which of the main five might sacrifice their lives to bring back the people they’ve lost.

If you’ve dipped heavily into Avengers reprints in the past – or read inclusive titles like Young Avengers, for instance – the lack of diversity in the first phase of films was … weird.

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Source: BBC

Ukraine to choose between comic and tycoon

Sunday 23:38 GMT

Unfortunately for him, all the surveys show that Ukrainians are fed up their politicians who are widely regarded as corrupt and in the pockets of rich oligarchs.

Voters face a stark choice between tycoon Petro Poroshenko, the incumbent president, and television comedian Volodymyr Zelensky, new to politics. The TV celebrity is favourite in the polls, having dominated the first round of voting three weeks ago when 39 candidates were on the ticket.


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