Bride Marks Wedding Day With Unexpected Walk Down The Aisle

On their wedding day, bride Chelsie Hill found the strength to walk down the aisle, surprising groom Jay Bloomfield. The moment moved Jay to tears and marked a major milestone for Chelsie, who was paralyzed from the waist down following a car crash in 2010.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Bride Marks Wedding Day With Unexpected Walk Down The Aisle

Bride wears special wedding dress for husband, who is blind

Like most grooms, Anthony Ferraro, who is blind, had no clue what his fiancée was planning for her wedding dress. But when she walked down the aisle, he was shocked by the custom dress and kind gesture she had created for him.

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German IS bride found guilty of letting enslaved Yazidi girl die of thirst | DW News

A German woman who joined the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for letting a Yazidi girl die of thirst. A German court found Jennifer W. guilty of "two crimes against humanity in the form of enslavement." She and her former husband had kept the five-year old Yazidi girl as a slave, chained her up and let her die in extremely hot conditions.

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U.S. looking into “child bride” cases among Afghan evacuees

CBS News has learned U.S. officials are looking into cases of "child brides" among Afghans now in U.S. custody. Several women and girls say their families forced them into marriage outside of the country’s international airport in Kabul so they could be eligible for evacuation. CBS News White House reporter Bo Erickson joins CBSN to discuss how they were identified and what comes next.

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Mary Walmsley’s newly released “Behold!: Wedding Garments for a Bride and Groom to Be Worn Twice” is a moving story based on faith and old family traditions.

“Behold!: Wedding Garments for a Bride and Groom to Be Worn Twice” from Christian Faith Publishing author Mary Walmsley is an engaging allegorical piece which explores traditions and God’s plan.

(PRWeb July 30, 2021)

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