The Welsh have come in for some stinging criticism following their second-half collapse against Scotland, which followed a home defeat to England, and a backlash is expected when championship-chasing Ireland visit Cardiff. The players will be performing mini-miracles if they can keep this up until the final whistle, but if the second half is anything like the first, then we're in for a cracker.
NBC has reached out to Kelly for comment. From Cleveland, Ohio, she and her husband, Joseph, regularly Skype her son and grandchildren who live in Korea, where Mr Kelly is an associate professor of political science at Pusan National University in Busan.
Elena shared with Caroline the message Stefan gave her - he'd love her forever, too. Elena's a human, after all, so her lifespan was decidedly limited. Caroline and Alaric have chose to open a school for children with powers. Hmm, wonder where that's headed? Despite the fan fervor over reboots like Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and the upcoming Prison Break revival, don't come calling on Wesley and Somerhalder for a Vampire Diaries movie.
A spokesman for the Dutch government added:'Many Dutch people with a Turkish background are authorised to vote in the referendum over the Turkish constitution, ' it said. But Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb said there was no question of him being excluded from the Netherlands. At least 300,000 Austrian residents are estimated to be of Turkish origin and Turkish ministers are said to be planning to campaign in several European Union countries before the vote.
Tonkin had a recurring role as Hayley Marshall during Season 4 of the show before her character joined The Originals spinoff in 2013. The former co-stars have gone their separate ways after almost four years of dating, according to E! "They are still good friends", a source told E! News added.
A picturesque limestone arch in Malta which has featured in iconic scenes from "Game of Thrones" and " Clash of the Titans " has collapsed into the sea. The country is now seeking an global initiative to recreate the rock formation. Speaking to Sky News, Joseph Muscat said an "international initiative" will see "what the future holds" after the famous landmark was destroyed.