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Christian Bale to become a father for the second time · 2014-12-16 18:08

British actor Christian Bale widely known for playing Batman, as well as in such films as “American Psycho” and “The Sting -American” will become a dad once again. His wife, 40 -year-old star, Sandra ” Sibi ” Bale, waiting for their second child.

At the ceremony “Oscar”, where 43 -year-old Seabee came with Christian, everyone noticed her tummy. The couple lives in a marriage of 14 years. Their eldest daughter is 9 years old.

The stolen three years ago Stradivarius violin was found in London
Clive Palmer who plans to build "Titanic II" will make a movie "Titanic II"


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31.3.2020 7:56 Watch Legendary T-34 Tanks Arrive in Moscow to Prepare for Victory Day Parade

The legendary Soviet tank became of one the most important and symbolic weapons of World War II.


31.3.2020 7:45 Norwegian Writer Pins Southern Europe's High COVID-19 Death Rate on Resistant Bacteria

With a coronavirus mortality rate of over 10 and 7 percent respectively, Italy and Spain remain the worst-affected nations in Europe. By contrast, Germany has a death rate of merely 0.72 percent.


31.3.2020 7:42 No Amount is Too Small: Priyanka, Nick Donate to Indian PM’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, UNICEF 

New Delhi (Sputnik): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier created a special fund called the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM-CARES), a public charitable trust that helps in emergency situations like the present coronavirus outbreak.


31.3.2020 7:6 Italy Lacking Strategic Industry to Produce Face Masks – Ex-Minister of Health

GENOA (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko - Italy is lacking the strategic industry to produce face masks, leaving medical personnel and the public at risk amid the coronavirus outbreak, Italy’s former minister of health, Girolamo Sirchia, said in an interview.


31.3.2020 6:47 Opposition MP Wants to Remove Brazilian President Bolsonaro Over Handling of Coronavirus Crisis

The backlash comes after the president called COVID-19 a "minor flu" and visited public places, shaking hands with people and encouraging them to keep living normally, despite the pandemic.


31.3.2020 6:35 Indian Police Sing, Design Helmets, and Paint Horses Amid Nationwide Lockdown

New Delhi (Sputnik): Some 1.3 billion Indians have entered the sixth day of a nationwide lockdown to contain the further spread of the coronavirus in the country. While medical professionals are on the frontlines of the war against COVID-19, security forces are engaged in enforcing the lockdown, and educating people to stay safe from infection.


31.3.2020 6:26 Prince William Reportedly Wants to Resume Being Med Pilot to Do His Bit in Fight Against COVID-19

While the UK could remain under coronavirus emergency measures for as long as six months, per a top health official, Prince William, one of the few royals that continue to perform state duties, albeit in self-isolation, has been "seriously considering" more tangible efforts in the nationwide battle against the pandemic.


31.3.2020 6:25 WHO Working Closely With Turkey to Protect Northwestern Syria From COVID-19 - Official

MOSCOW (Sputnik) -The World Health Organisation (WHO) is coordinating closely with Turkey, including processing samples in Turkish laboratories to prevent COVID-19 from spreading into northwestern Syria, the head of the WHO's operation in northwestern Syria has said in an interview.


31.3.2020 6:11 Finland Fears Spike in Alcoholism, Social Problems in the Wake of Coronavirus

After almost two weeks in a partial state of emergency due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Finland has seen a spike in calls to mental health hotlines. Warnings about substance abuse and aggravating social problems also abound.


31.3.2020 5:44 Bollywood Actor Ayushmann Khurrana Says India’s Poor Will Bounce Back From COVID-19

New Delhi (Sputnik): Ever since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a nationwide lockdown, there have been reports of large-scale migration of workers from cities like Delhi and Mumbai. Daily wage earners have been the hardest hit by the present crisis due to job loss, resulting in them being on the verge of starvation.


31.3.2020 5:29 Indian Industrialist Suggests Government Cuts GST, Other Taxes to Fight Against COVID-19

New Delhi (Sputnik): The Indian government as well as the country’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India has taken a slew of measures to the combat the economic impact of COVID-19. While the state has announced steps to ensure cash transfers and the availability of foodstuffs, the RBI has reduced the benchmark lending rate to help businesses.


31.3.2020 5:5 Swedish Municipality Warns of Youths Wilfully Coughing at Seniors in 'Coronavirus Challenge'

Pranks amid the coronavirus epidemic have been condemned as “unsavoury”, “backward”, and “unfunny”.


31.3.2020 4:46 Number of People Meeting Returning ISS Crew to Be Limited Over COVID-19 - NASA Specialist

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The number of people meeting cosmonauts and astronauts returning from the International Space Station (ISS) will be limited on order to avoid infection with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), NASA nurse Raksana Batsmanova explained.


31.3.2020 3:53 US Stock Futures on the Upswing Following Massive Economic Rebound

Stocks experienced gains earlier on Monday after drug giant Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) announced plans to start human testing of an experimental vaccine against the coronavirus by September.


31.3.2020 3:10 Ukraine's Rada Adopts Law to Lift Moratorium on Agricultural Land Sale From 1 July 2021

KIEV (Sputnik) – During an extraordinary session, the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law lifting a moratorium on the sale of agricultural land starting 1 July 2021.


31.3.2020 2:51 Russian Consumer Rights Watchdog Announces Creation of Highly Accurate Coronavirus Test

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has announced the creation of a highly accurate test to diagnose the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


31.3.2020 2:19 China's GDP Growth to Decline to 2.3% in Baseline Scenario in 2020 - World Bank

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - China's GDP growth is expected to decline to 2.3 percent in the baseline scenario in 2020 due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the World Bank said in a report.


31.3.2020 2:13 China Registers Expansion in March Factory Activity Following Its Record Low

As governments worldwide have introduced a series of measures, including suspending non-essential activities for individuals and cancelling mass events, businesses in many countries have sustained losses.


31.3.2020 1:47 Red Army, US Veterans to Unite in Normandy to Share Wartime Stories With Youth - NGO Head

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Timothy Davis, the president of The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation (TGGF), revealed his plans to bring former Red Army and American veterans together at his centre in Normandy so that they can share their wartime experiences with the young generation.


31.3.2020 1:0 Gantz ‘Can’t Outsmart Netanyahu,’ So He Joined Him

Israel’s Blue & White alliance leader Benny Gantz recently shocked supporters over his decision to enter a unity government with his rival, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. While the move goes against Gantz’s previous claims that he’d never work with Netanyahu, one expert tells Sputnik that this is Gantz returning to subservience.






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