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Croatian President’s bikini photos impress (and fool) the world

The new Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic might be from the conservative party, but she’s not too conservative to wear a bikini at the beach—at least, that’s what the Internet thought.
After #APECHottie Justin Trudeau set the bar for good-looking world leaders, photos of Grabar-Kitarovic frolicking in summer garments went viral on social media and she quickly earned the title “hottest president.”
Circulating photo of “Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic at the beach”
Unfortunately, the bikini-clad blonde in the pictures is Coco Austin and not Grabar-Kitarovic. Austin is the wife of rapper and actor Ice-T (real name Tracy Lauren Marrow). The other woman, in blue swimwear, is an adult film star. 
The rumors are hard to dispel, given that in the president’s presence, a man’s trousers suddenly fell down. 
The Telegraph reports on a wardrobe malfunction in the presence of President Grabar-Kitarovic
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More than 200,000 sore losers sign petition demanding England clash against Colombia be REPLAYED

OVER 200,000 sour supporters have signed a petition demanding England’s fiery clash against Colombia be replayed.

The deluded fans have not been able to accept Gareth Southgate’s men storming to the World Cup quarter-finals on the back of an incredible 4-3 penalty shoot-out win, taking to the internet to vent their anger.

 Sour supporters are signing a petition demanding England's win over Colombia be replayed

Sour supporters are signing a petition demanding England’s win over Colombia be replayed
 Fans have been throwing their weight behind the petition

Fans have been throwing their weight behind the petition

Both sides aimed digs at each other after the final whistle, with claims of diving, play-acting and harassing the referee flying around before John Stones branded Colombia the “dirtiest team ever”.

Argentina legend Diego Maradona even got involved, branding England’s win a “monumental robbery”.
But he received a stern warning from FIFA for his comments, with the governing body adamant that all decisions in the game were correct.
A statement noted: “[FIFA] considers the comments and insinuations made as being entirely inappropriate and completely unfounded.”