Did Bassma Boussel go under the knife to change her features?

Bassma Boussel
Updated 12 January 2018
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Did Bassma Boussel go under the knife to change her features?

JEDDAH: Bassma Boussel, the wife of Egyptian pop star Tamer Hosny, shared new photos in which she looked completely different.
In the photos, Boussel’s complexion looked different from her usual tanned skin tone, and her makeup was bold, complementing her new look.
Many of her fans were prompted to wonder if she went under the knife to achieve this dramatic change in her looks.
Sources close to Boussel confirmed that she had not undergone any plastic surgery, but only changed her makeup colors to achieve the new look.
Boussel started her singing career on “Star Academy.” She completed several songs before eloping with pop star Tamer Hosny, who demanded that she change her career.
She decided to become a beauty expert, which was her major field of study, and Tamer started a beauty center for her. She then became a fashion designer, and Tamer helped her promote her new products and collections.


Two get life sentence in S.Africa ‘cannibalism case’

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Two get life sentence in S.Africa ‘cannibalism case’

  • Police refused to believe his claims until he took them to a house where more body parts were found
JOHANNESBURG: Two South African men accused of cannibalism were given life sentences for murder on Wednesday, with the judge saying they were guilty of “the most heinous crime,” local media reported.
Sitting at the Pietermaritzburg High Court, judge Peter Olsen sentenced Nino Mbatha, 33, and Lungisani Magubane, 32, to life in prison for the killing of Zanele Hlatshwayo last year, the Witness newspaper said.
Mbatha, a traditional healer, was arrested after handing himself in at a police station in Estcourt, a town in KwaZulu-Natal province.
He was carrying a bag containing a human leg and a hand, telling officers he was “tired of eating human flesh.”
Police refused to believe his claims until he took them to a house where more body parts were found.
A third man was acquitted on Wednesday. Seven people were initially arrested.
At earlier hearings in Estcourt, angry residents had gathered outside the courthouse to protest against the grisly murder.
South Africa has no direct law against cannibalism, but mutilating a corpse and being in possession of human tissue are criminal offenses.