Brit cops ar­rest ‘Europe’s most wanted’ fugi­tive

AUSSIE BABES’ GLIT­TER STRIP

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A GROUP of pals stripped NAKED in the mid­dle of the Aus­tralian out­back to help women em­brace their bod­ies.

The group, aged be­tween 19 and 36, bared all as part of their fourth em­pow­er­ing pho­to­shoot ‘Pos­i­tively Glit­tered’.

They cov­ered their nude curves with body glit­ter and struck up a num­ber of saucy poses as pho­tog­ra­pher Jill Ker­swill snapped them against pad­docks and wind­mills and even bent over fences, bar­ing their be­hinds.

She said: “There’s al­ways a mo­ment as the girls strip down where they seem hes­i­tant.

“They might touch their bel­lies or lift up their boobs, be­cause it’s some­thing they’re self-con­scious about.”

She added: “Watch­ing women in their most vul­ner­a­ble state re­lax into their own skin, see­ing strangers be­come sis­ters, is some­thing I wish ev­ery­one could ex­pe­ri­ence.” A BUSI­NESS­MAN de­scribed as one of Europe’s “most wanted fugi­tives” has been ar­rested in the UK.

Ivica Todoric, 66 ( above), who is wanted in Croa­tia for fraud and cor­rup­tion of­fences, was ar­rested yes­ter­day by of­fi­cers from the Metropoli­tan Po­lice Ex­tra­di­tion Unit.

He is the founder of Croa­tia’s big­gest pri­vate firm, Agrokor, which has racked up bil­lions in debt.

Todoric pre­vi­ously said the ac­cu­sa­tions against him and his as­so­ciates were un­founded and part of a “po­lit­i­cal process”.

A Metropoli­tan Po­lice spokesman said: “A man has been ar­rested on a Euro­pean Ar­rest War­rant.”

Croa­t­ian po­lice raided Todoric’s home last month along with those of his for­mer aides over Agrokor’s fi­nan­cial col­lapse.

The state prose­cu­tor’s of­fice said 15 peo­ple were sus­pected of “crim­i­nal acts against the econ­omy and fraud”.

Todoric was de­scribed as one of Europe’s most wanted fugi­tives by Europol. AN­GEL Falls in Venezuela is 17 times higher than Ni­a­gara Falls that strad­dle the Canada and US bor­der

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