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Ciara announces pregnancy · 2014-12-10 10:47

The singer, who is engaged to rapper Future, put the rumors to rest by confirming she’s expecting.

The 28-year-old singer, who got engaged to rapper Future in October, set the record straight about pregnancy rumors on “The View” Tuesday.

“Everybody’s saying to me, ‘You gotta ask, you gotta ask,”co-host Barbara Walters said. “There are rumors about pregnancy. Do you want to confirm?”

“Of course I would love to, Ciara said before standing up to cradle her baby bump that was covered up while she sat on the couch with the ladies of the hit daytime talk show.

Michael Douglas feels a little "underestimated" in Hollywood
Alisher Usmanov is recognized as the richest man in Britain

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13.7.2020 2:32 Elvis Presley’s Grandson Benjamin Keough Dies at 27

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Benjamin Keough, the son of actress Lisa Marie Presley and the grandson of Elvis Presley, has died at the age of 27, Lisa Marie Presley's manager Roger Widynowski told USA Today in a statement.

13.7.2020 2:5 Asia-Pacific Stocks Trade Higher Despite Concerns About Coronavirus Surge

On Sunday, the World Health Organisation reported a global single-day record for new COVID-19 cases as 230,370 positive tests were reported worldwide over the past 24 hours.

13.7.2020 1:17 US Court Overturns Decision to Halt First Federal Execution in 17 Years

Convicted criminal Daniel Lewis Lee will be put to death by lethal injection at the US Justice Department's execution chamber in the city of Terre Haute, Vigo County, the state of Indiana.

13.7.2020 1:14 Pregnant Influencer Nicole Thea Dies at 24, Family Says

The cause of Thea's death remains unclear, while prior to the tragic news, she had been posting videos with her boyfriend and brother and said that her pregnancy was proceeding well.

13.7.2020 1:13 AOC Says Crimes Surge in NYC Because Disadvantaged Citizens Forced to 'Shoplift Some Bread'

New York City has recently witnessed a surge in violent crimes, with more than 80 shootings registered just last week alone, according to the local police.

12.7.2020 22:50 Senate Judiciary Chairman Graham Says Mueller Will Be Called to Testify About Russia Investigation

The statement comes after former special counsel Robert Mueller published an op-ed supporting the prosecution of Roger Stone, who was convicted following his investigation into alleged US-Russia collusion.

12.7.2020 22:30 Protests in Belgrade Waning, Coronavirus Can Be Defeated, Serbian President Says

BELGRADE (Sputnik) - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic downplayed the Sunday protest against COVID-19 lockdown measures, held in front of the parliament building in Belgrade, saying that less than 500 people participated.

12.7.2020 22:5 Trump Defends Playing Golf Over the Weekend, Says It Is His 'Tiny Bit of Exercise'

The president pointed out that the media has given too much coverage to his golf outing, noting that former Democratic president Barack Obama's golf plays did not make headlines, whereas whenever he travels to a golf club, newspapers rush to write about it.

12.7.2020 20:40 Trump Jr Slams Biden's Economic Plan for America as 'Asinine'

President Trump's oldest son also lashed out at the media as, according to him, they continue to take digs at his father to make him look bad while at the same time ignoring Biden's history.

12.7.2020 20:37 Air Defence Systems Repel Militant Drone Attacks on Hmeimim Airbase, Russian Military Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Militants in Syria have attempted to launch a drone attack on the Khmeimim airbase, although the unmanned flying vehicles were shot down by air defence systems, Rear Admiral Alexander Shcherbitsky, the head of the Russian Defence Ministry's centre for Syrian reconciliation, said on Sunday.

12.7.2020 20:24 Death Toll After Week of Heavy Rain in Japan Rises to 70, 13 Still Missing – Reports

TOKYO (Sputnik) - The death toll in Japan after a week of torrential downpours that caused severe floods and landslides has risen to 70, the country’s media reported on Sunday, adding that 13 people are still missing.

12.7.2020 20:12 It Would Be Wise for US to Regard Meng Case as Civil, Not Criminal, Says Former Australian PM

Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of the Huawei founder, was arrested in Canada’s Vancouver in December of 2018 at the US' request. Her detention came amid the US trade war with China and accusations that Huawei posed a threat to US national security, a claim which the company denied. The arrest also soured China’s ties with Ottawa.

12.7.2020 19:32 Maxwell Tries to Keep Deposition Records Sealed, Citing 'Extremely Personal' Sex Life Info - Report

Following the unexpected demise under mysterious circumstances of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, his alleged associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, is potentially the last remaining person with knowledge of the names of the late financier's clients.

12.7.2020 19:18 Mick Schumacher Loses Podium in Formula 2 Race as Fire Extinguisher Goes Off in Cockpit - Video

Schumaher had to stop the car and step outside to solve the problem with the out-of-control device. The racer now has the chance to regain his position in a week in Hungary.

12.7.2020 19:17 UK Religious Leaders Call on Chancellor to Sway G20 States to Freeze Poor Countries' Debts – Report

The finance ministers of the G20 member states have already frozen debt payments for numerous countries that are suffering from the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, but British religious leaders believe that it’s not enough.

12.7.2020 19:12 Exit Poll Predicts Narrow Victory for Polish Incumbent Duda in Presidential Election Runoff

In the first round, Duda came first with 41.8 percent of the votes cast, falling short of the 50 percent needed to ensure victory without the need for a second round.

12.7.2020 18:58 Protesters in New York City March in Solidarity with Police - Video

A counter-protest organised by Black Lives Matter is expected to take place later in the day. Demonstrations against police brutality erupted across the nation in late May, sparked by a video of the death of African-American man George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

12.7.2020 18:33 At Least 21 Injured in Blaze on Board Ship at San Diego Base - Photos, Videos

USS Bonhomme Richard belongs to the Essex-class aircraft carriers and earned one battle star during the Second World War. According to Krishna Jackson of Naval Base San Diego, prior the incident, the USS Bonhomme Richard underwent a regular maintenance cycle.

12.7.2020 18:31 'I Don’t Understand Your Tastes': Chinese Blogger Makes Top-6 List of Unusual Russian Food

When visiting other counties, one thing you are bound to explore is national cuisine. Russia is a multi-ethnic country and was once part of the Soviet Union, which consisted of 15 national republics. This rich cultural past sometimes makes it hard to say where Russian cuisine begins and where it ends.

12.7.2020 18:30 Police in Germany’s Baden-Wurttemberg Searching for Man Armed With Bow, Gun, and Knife

BERLIN (Sputnik) - Police officers in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg are conducting a sustained search for a man armed with a bow, gun, and knife, Offenburg Police said in a statement on Sunday.
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