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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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19.11.2018 12:59 Rejecting Brexit Deal Could Mean Potentially Chaotic Exit From EU - Official

UK Prime Minister Theresa May earlier stated that the next week of negotiations would be ‘intense’ as London was finalising the details of the divorce deal with the European Union.

19.11.2018 12:49 Netizens Defend Trump as He's Called 'Beacon for Repression' Over Media Attacks

On the eve of his wide-ranging interview with Fox News, President Donald Trump took to Twitter, as is his wont, to lambast the “fake news” media as “the Enemy of the People.”

19.11.2018 12:46 Protesters in France Block Access to Three Fuel Depots - Spokesman

Large-scale protests against fuel price hikes have been held across the country since the 17th of November with more than 400 people injured, according to the French Interior Ministry.

19.11.2018 12:30 New Criminal Case Launched in Russia Against William Browder - Prosecutors

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A new criminal case has been launched against Hermitage Capital head William Browder in Russia, Nikolai Atmonyev, an adviser to Russia's prosecutor general, has stated.

19.11.2018 12:28 Sea Power: Iran to Maintain Naval Presence on High Seas – Commander

In recent years, the Iranian Navy has increased its presence in international waters to secure naval routes and protect ships and oil tankers from pirates.

19.11.2018 12:24 Finnish Foreign Ministry Expresses Concern to Russian Envoy Over GPS Scandal

Russian Ambassador to Finland Pavel Kuznetsov was summoned by the Finnish Foreign Ministry earlier this month following an incident of alleged GPS jamming by Russia during the Trident Juncture exercises.

19.11.2018 12:11 'Tricky Dilemma' as Norwegian Intelligence Wants to Make Lawbreaking Legal

Among other things, the Norwegian Intelligence Service intends to legalise the practice of paying off sources, smuggling cash and breaking Norwegian law in other ways - without any penalty.

19.11.2018 11:30 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Accuses Swedes of 'Quiet Racism', Claims to be 'New Sweden'

Swedish star footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is known for his fiery temperament and his brash persona, has once again provoked a firestorm with his comments on the restrictions his illustrious career has suffered because of Swedes' alleged 'racism.'

19.11.2018 11:13 APEC Fails to Agree on Final Declaration Due to Trade Wars – Russian PM Medvedev

Participants at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit held in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, have postponed the adoption of a final declaration as they couldn't include some controversial points in the document.

19.11.2018 10:42 Tommy Robinson Attacked During Live Stream (VIDEO)

Back in 2011, Tommy Robinson, co-founder of the right-wing street protest movement, the English Defence League, was convicted of leading a street brawl with 100 football fans in the town of Luton.

19.11.2018 10:0 Gone Rogue: Merkel's Coalition Split on UN Migration Plan

Opposition within Germany’s Christian Democratic Union to a UN Global Compact for Migration has grown despite Chancellor Angela Merkel's backing.

19.11.2018 9:53 Nord Stream-2 Project Advantageous for Europe - Kremlin Spokesman

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has criticised a statement by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Nord Stream-2, stressing that the project is beneficial to Europe.

19.11.2018 9:50 Ethics Conflict Hot Topic at Arabic-Language Mental Health Hotline in Finland

An Arabic mental health hotline in Finland has been drawing a lot of young people confused by the cultural differences between their former homeland and Finland and who are caught in a conflict between traditional and modern values.

19.11.2018 9:37 Surprise, Surprise: UK May Have to Stay in EU Until December 2022 – Barnier

After many months of tense negotiations over the terms of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, it looks like Brussels has realised that the originally set withdrawal deadline of 29 March 2019 can hardly be met.

19.11.2018 9:33 Chinese President Calls on Philippines to Enhance Dialogue on S China Sea Issue

BEIJING (Sputnik) – Beijing and Manila should intensify dialogue on settling territorial disputes in the South China Sea, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in an article published in The Philippine Star.

19.11.2018 9:22 WATCH Topless Femen Activists Disrupt Rallies in Madrid

Around 200 people have taken to the streets of Madrid to celebrate the anniversary of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco's death. Franco ruled over Spain from 1939 until his death in 1975.

19.11.2018 9:3 'Out! Out!' Anti-Caravan Protests Erupt on US-Mexico Border (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Tijuana, where one of the migrant caravans has reached the US border is unable to handle the ‘avalanche’ of people, the Mexican city’s mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum said, estimating that they will stay there for at least six months as they wait to file asylum claims.

19.11.2018 8:48 Turkish Media Fabricated News on Gulf States Amid Khashoggi Case - UAE Minister

DOHA (Sputnik) - Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Anwar Gargash has accused several Turkish media outlets of fabricating news about the Gulf States after reports emerged of Abu Dhabi's involvement in the cover-up of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

19.11.2018 8:40 WATCH Gigantic Waves Sweep Away Balconies in Tenerife

Dozens of people have been evacuated from their houses during the storm that erupted on the northern coast of Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands.

19.11.2018 7:57 UK Foreign Minister Hunt to Make First Visit to Iran to Discuss Nuclear Deal

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Jeremy Hunt will visit Iran on Monday for the first time since his appointment to discuss various issues, including the future of the 2015 nuclear deal with the Iranian government.
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