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Bees living on Notre-Dame cathedral roof survive blaze – BBC News
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Notre-Dame fire Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Cathedral beekeeper Nicolas Geant says the bees would have got “drunk” on smoke from the fire Notre-Dame’s smallest residents have survived the devastating fire which destroyed most of the cathedral’s roof and toppled its famous spire.
Some 200,000 bees living in hives on the roof were initially thought to have perished in the blaze.
However Nicolas Géant, the cathedral’s beekeeper, has confirmed that the bees are alive and buzzing.
Mr Géant has looked after the cathedral’s three beehives since 2013, when they were installed.
That was part of an initiative to boost bee numbers across Paris.
The hives sit on top of the sacristy by Notre-Dame’s south side, around 30m (98 ft) below the main roof. As a result, Mr Géant says they remained untouched by the flames.
Ku Klux Klan killing: Wife admits murder of Missouri leader – BBC News
Image copyright St Francois County Sheriff Image caption Malissa Ancona was sentenced to life after admitting second-degree murder The wife of a Ku Klux Klan leader in the US state of Missouri has admitted shooting him dead two years ago.
Malissa Ancona, 47, was sentenced to life after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and other charges.
She had initially said her son, Paul Jinkerson, carried out the killing but in court on Friday said this was not the case. He still faces trial.
Frank Ancona, a self-styled “imperial wizard”, was shot dead in a bedroom and his body dumped next to a river.
In a deal with prosecutors, Ancona pleaded guilty on Friday at St Francois County Circuit Court to second-degree murder, tampering with evidence and abandonment of a corpse, the St Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Image copyright TAKKKK Image caption Frank Ancona was a member of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan “I fired both shots that killed my husband,” Ancona told Judge Wendy Wexler Horn, the paper reported.
She admitted cleaning the walls of the room in Leadwood, Missouri, and removing bedding before dumping the body in nearby Belgrade in February 2017.
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She had initially said Mr Jinkerson fired the shots and agreed to testify against him.
Mr Ancona was a member of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (TAKKKK), which describes itself as a “White Patriotic Christian organisation that bases its roots back to the Ku Klux Klan of the early 20th Century”.
How French’s ketchup took a bite out of Heinz | CBC News
How French’s ketchup took a bite out of Heinz Social Sharing Business · Analysis How French’s ketchup took a bite out of Heinz French’s sustained success in Canada is likely due to a combination of ingredients, including continuous free publicity and a Canadian-made ketchup that also offers a taste and price consumers find palatable. Social Sharing Sophia Harris 20, 20 Joanne Duguay, of Bathurst, N.B., switched to French’s ketchup in 2016 after learning about its Canadian connection in a social media post. (Joanne Duguay)
LOOK: Pilgrims disrespect Antipolo Church with piles of garbage | Inquirer News
Photo from Facebook user Kae Rivera.
MANILA, Philippines — Piles of trash from pilgrims who attended this year’s Alay Lakad were left behind around the Cathedral of Antipolo and netizens were furious about this inappropriate discipline, more so displayed during the Holy Week.
Photo from Facebook user Kae Rivera.
Photos shared by Facebook user Kae Rivera showed different items, such as empty water bottles, food wrappers, plastic bags, styrofoam cups, paper plates and other utensils scattered on the steps leading to the doors of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church in Antipolo City. ADVERTISEMENT
Rivera slammed the pilgrims who left behind their garbage on Thursday night, asking them to respect the place of worship.
“Sa mga lumalahok po sa Alay Lakad sa Antipolo. Hindi po isang malaking basurahan ang aming simbahan,” Rivera said in his post. FEATURED STORIES NEWSINFO FB post of grade school grad with 76 average goes viral NEWSINFO A beleaguered Trump feared ‘the end of my presidency’ NEWSINFO SC castigates SolGen for selective submission of drug war docs
“Kung wala po pag tatapunan itago muna ang iyong kalat at itapon sa tama. Sana naman po bigyan nyo po ng respeto ang tahanan ng ating Diyos,” he added.
Sa mga lumalahok po sa Alay Lakad sa Antipolo. Hindi po isang malaking basurahan ang aming simbahan, kung wala po pag…
Posted by Kae Rivera on Thursday, April 18, 2019
The Alay Lakad has been a tradition among Filipino Catholics during the Holy Week. Devotees walk more than 11 kilometers of uphill roads, passing by different Stations of the Cross on the way to the cathedral. /jpv
LOOK: Pilgrims start long trek to Antipolo City for Alay Lakad ADVERTISEMENT
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