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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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17.8.2017 18:27 UK 'Should've Never Received Fascists in 1930s' and Same Applies to Trump

A human rights group has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to cancel US President Donald Trump's state visit to UK over his alleged support for neo-Nazis. Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now, told Sputnik there were echoes of the 1930s.

17.8.2017 18:23 Ex-Virginia Bank Executive Pleads Guilty in $3Mln Fraud Schemes - Justice Dept.

Kirk Russel Marsh, a 39-year old former bank vice president in the US state of Virginia, forged the signatures of senior bank officers to cause the fraudulent issuance of over $1.25 million in loans to small businesses, according to the US Department of Justice.

17.8.2017 18:17 Van Crashes Into Dozens of People in Barcelona's City Center (PHOTO, VIDEO)

A van has crashed into dozens of people in Barcelona's city center, local police said on Wednesday.

17.8.2017 18:13 'Hate is a Cancer': Apple Boss Cook Slams Trump's Charlottesville Approach

Apple boss Tim Cook has become the latest executive to speak out against US President Donald Trump over Charlottesville violent protests.

17.8.2017 18:12 US State Department Designates Two Daesh Leaders as Global Terrorists

The US State Department has moved to designate two Daesh leaders as terrorists, which means all the American citizens will be prohibited from conducting transactions with the two individuals.

17.8.2017 18:1 The US 'Tries to Avoid Debacle in Its 'Economic War' With China

Commenting on the recent statement of White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon that the US is "at economic war" with China and Beijing is "crushing" it, Russian political analysts told Sputnik that this means that Washington has faced a serious challenge to its political and economic leadership.

17.8.2017 17:57 The Real Techno-Vikings: Thousand-Year-Old Fort Discovered in Denmark

Danish archaeologists have discovered a previously unknown Viking ring fortress built in the late 10th century. Its unusual architecture has forced the scientists to marvel at how technologically advanced the society was that created it.

17.8.2017 17:56 Hatred Motivated White Rally in Charlottesville, Not Civil War Statues

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said that white nationalists who were behind the clashes in the city of Charlottesville sought to promote hatred and bigotry and had interest in efforts to remove statues honoring Confederate leaders in the US Civil War.

17.8.2017 17:46 Syria Calls on UN to 'Stop US-Led Coalition's Crimes' in the Country

Damascus called on the UN Security Council to "stop the US-led coalition's crimes against Syrian citizens," a statement issued by the Syrian Foreign Ministry said.

17.8.2017 17:42 Moscow Slams US' 'Unacceptable' Threats to Use Force in Venezuela

Moscow believes that sanctions and threats to use force in Venezuela are unacceptable, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Thursday.

17.8.2017 17:31 China Unlikely to Take Over Venezuela’s Oil Exports in Case of US Sanctions

If Washington introduces harsh sanctions on the Venezuela’s oil sector, China is unlikely become main importer of South American nation’s oil, according to experts.

17.8.2017 17:19 Australia Gets Legal Go Ahead to Keep Sending Asylum Seekers to Offshore Centers

The High Court of Australia has reaffirmed Canberra's right to send asylum seekers to Australian-run processing facilities in Papua New Guinea (PNG) in accordance with the 2013 resettlement arrangement between Australia and PNG.

17.8.2017 17:12 US is 'Cracking Down' on China's Interests in Venezuela

China and the US are going to clash in Venezuela over oil, according to Mikhail Belyat, an expert at the Russian State University for the Humanities who spoke to Sputnik.

17.8.2017 17:11 Over 70 Terrorists Reportedly Killed in Militia's Push Against Daesh in Raqqa

Seventy-eight members of the terrorist group Daesh (banned in Russia) were killed in an operation to free the city of Raqqa carried out by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Kurdish media reported on Thursday.

17.8.2017 17:5 N Korea, US Should Step Up Efforts to Settle Korean Crisis - Beijing

According to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, North Korea and the United States should make more of an effort to settle the perilous situation over Pyongyang's nuclear program.

17.8.2017 17:1 Trump Says Removing Monuments, Statues in US "Sad"

US President Donald Trump criticized removal of numerous statues dedicated to leaders of the Confederacy.

17.8.2017 17:0 Two Russian Cosmonauts Conduct Spacewalk at the ISS (VIDEO)

Two Russian cosmonauts, Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazansky, are conducting a spacewalk at the International Space Station to collect research samples outside the Russian segment of the station, perform structural maintenance and deploy several nanosatellites.

17.8.2017 16:54 Pictures of You: UK Gov't Goes Ahead With Shady $6Mln Facial Recognition Tech

The UK government has decided to put out a tender for a US$6 million contract for facial recognition software, despite the fact thousands of pictures on their system may be of innocent people.

17.8.2017 16:51 Defend Border by 'Force of Arms' to Keep Migrants Out, Bulgarian Minister Says

The European Union has been urged by Bulgaria to do more to stop migrants getting into the bloc. Why is Bulgaria so bothered about migrants?

17.8.2017 16:46 Indian Troops Kill 2 Terrorists Attempting to Cross Border in Kashmir

Indian soldiers killed two terrorists, who tried to cross into the country in Gurez area in the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, disputed by Pakistan, the police said Thursday.
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