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In May of last year, Tsai shocked his followers by posting two photos of his voluptuous wife, Annie, seated in a bath fully nude, before revealing that she is his first cousin. Friday (Feb.
She can tell very funny stories of things that have happened to her where things might have gone just a fraction wrong" - Margaret Rhodes, the Queen's first cousin, discussing the monarch.
I SAT down with my first cousin Gerry Carroll to watch Shane Lowry's incredible victory in Ohio late on Sunday night.
He said Assad, the son of the president's first cousin, Hilal, will be subject to legal measures that apply to any similar case.
Suleiman Assad, a first cousin once removed of the president, is accused of shooting dead air force Colonel Hassan al-Sheikh in an apparent road rage incident on Thursday evening.
ISLAMABAD -- Rifat Ullah first cousin of former minister Anwar Saif Ullah Khan has made escape from a private hospital with the connivance of hospital administration following his cancellation of bail plea by the court in murder case of a student Ubaid Sarfraz.
Although the risk was lower than for first- and second-degree relatives, even those who had a first cousin with cerebral palsy were at a 1.5-fold increased risk of cerebral palsy, they said.
Uncle Mukesh Bhatt was also around to encourage Alia's efforts and so was first cousin Vishesh Bhatt and his wife Kanika Parab.
As shown in Table 1, the first cousin marriages were the commonest type of all matings in parents of patients (15.6%) and controls (22.3%).
London, July 04 ( ANI ): The chances of having a baby with potentially life-threatening birth defects doubles in case of 'first cousin marriages', a study has revealed.
Twenty per cent of Emiratis who had pre-marital health tests in the UAE capital last year were looking to marry their first cousin, the latest Health Authority Abu Dhabi (HAAD) figures have shown.

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