Cyrine Abdelnour shares first photo of her newborn Cristiano

Photo from Cyrine Abdennour Instagram showing the star’s new born baby with his sister to his side. (@cyrineanour)
Updated 17 March 2018
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Cyrine Abdelnour shares first photo of her newborn Cristiano

Lebanese actress Cyrine Abdelnour shared a precious photo of her newborn son, Cristiano, along with a message of gratitude.

The mum-of-two uploaded on Instagram the first snap of her baby boy sleeping, with his older sister standing next him.

“We thank God,” Cyrine captioned the photo as fans sent comments to congratulate the star.

Earlier in March, the Lebanese actress shared a message on Instagram in celebration of Women’s Day.

In that post she wrote “Be beautiful with your heart and mind, and with how God created you; a symbol of giving.”

“Life continues with your presence, and its your kindness, understanding and ambition that gives it its beauty. May every day brings the best in you!”


Iraqi police arrest man selling Saddam Hussein watches in Baghdad

Updated 22 April 2019
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Iraqi police arrest man selling Saddam Hussein watches in Baghdad

  • Since the fall of Hussein, promotion of the former leader, the regime or the Ba’ath party is prohibited
  • Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging on Dec, 30 2006

LONDON: Police in Iraq have arrested a man selling watches in central Baghdad with images of the country’s former dictator Saddam Hussein on their faces.
Since the fall of Hussein, promotion of the former leader, the regime or the Ba’ath party is prohibited.
Baghdad police department said in a statement that they acted after they had received a tip from a member of the public that someone was selling wristwatches with pictures of Saddam Hussein on them.
The statement did not give further details about the arrest.
Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging on Dec, 30 2006 after being convicted of crimes against humanity.
Iraq’s judiciary recently said no decision or law had been implemented to punish Saddam Hussein’s supporters and pointed out that any step in this regard should be first initiated by the Iraqi Parliament, despite the country’s constitution prohibiting the existence of the former Ba’ath party.
This statement came after a popular poet appeared in the southern province of Dhi Qar, delivering a poem that many saw as a tribute to Saddam Hussein, who ruled Iraq for decades, from 1979 until his fall in 2003.