He might not be on an NFL roster but Robert Griffin III is still dominating one sport: rec league basketball. (UPI Latest News) More
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Posted on 18 June 2018 | 9:50 pm | Google News
Tradies killed in a horrific car crash on their way home from a barbecue with two mates who survived the accident ...
Queenslander Jamie Ward, 33, and Estonian national Lauri Jurman, 30, were killed when the Mazda 3 hatchback they were travelling in left the road and hit a tree at a Salamander Bay intersection near Nelson Bay. Mr Ward was ... Myzac Constructions has ...
Posted on 15 April 2018 | 7:21 am | Google News
The Queen's number one fan: Monarch's electric heater is spotted whirring in the background as she receives the ...
Elegant in a cream dress, the Queen looked ready for spring as she welcomed the President of Estonia to Windsor Castle today. But a closer look at photos of the meeting reveals how the monarch, 91, is still feeling the bite of the lingering winter ...
Posted on 28 March 2018 | 9:31 am | Google News
'The best day of my life!': NFL star Robert Griffin III splurges on over-the-top wedding as he marries love Grete ...
NFL star Robert Griffin III pulled out all the stops for his wedding. On Saturday ... The heptathlete from an Estonia looked stunning in a white lace gown with a plunging neckline by designer Berta and earrings by John Damico. Robert was .... 'I am ...
Posted on 13 March 2018 | 10:30 am | Google News
Robert Griffin III, wife Grete share wedding photo from Miami
March 11 (UPI) -- Robert Griffin III was married this weekend in Miami and shared a message for his new wife, Grete, Sunday on social media. "First name Grete, last name Griffin," the former Cleveland Browns quarterback wrote in a caption on Twitter ...
Posted on 11 March 2018 | 3:35 pm | Google News
Russia 'simulated a large-scale attack against NATO' during last year's Zapad military exercises, Estonian commander ...
The war games, which occur every four years, showed off Russia's ability to build up its troops with very little notice in case of conflict, Terras said. At the time of the simulation, there were fears Moscow was using the training as a cover to ...
Posted on 8 January 2018 | 3:48 am | Google News
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