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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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19.5.2019 11:9 Japan Raises Volcanic Alert for Mount Hakone in Popular Resort Area Near Tokyo

TOKYO (Sputnik) - Japan Meteorological Agency on Sunday raised a volcanic alert for Mount Hakone in a popular hot spring resort area near Tokyo.

19.5.2019 10:49 France's Le Pen: Europe Has No Reason to Be Hostile Toward Russia

MILAN (Sputnik) - Europe has no reason to be hostile toward Moscow, and the normalisation of relations between European countries and Russia is in the interest of both sides, Marine Le Pen, a French politician and the leader of the National Rally party, told Sputnik.

19.5.2019 10:47 Anti-Trump Former CIA Chief Brennan Invited to Discuss Iran - Report

The US-Iranian tensions exacerbated on 8 May, when the Islamic Republic announced that it had suspended some of its obligations under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Although Washington sent an aircraft carrier strike group to the Middle East to contain the alleged Iranian threat, President Trump then stressed that he doesn’t want war with Tehran.

19.5.2019 10:15 Roger Waters Slams Eurovision as 'Bulls**t', Lauds Pro-Palestinian Alternative

There is typically an element of controversy around the annual Eurovision Song Contest, with this year’s focus being on the host country itself, amid calls for a cultural boycott of Israel over its policies towards Palestinians.

19.5.2019 9:8 Pakistan Redeploys F-16 Warplanes After ‘its Failure to Counter India’ – Report

This comes amid ongoing tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad, which escalated after the 14 February Pulwama terrorist attack which killed at least 40 Indian security personnel. The attack, which a Pakistan-based terror outfit claimed responsibility for, was followed by a 26 February Indian airstrike on an alleged terrorist site in Pakistan.

19.5.2019 9:4 UK PM Theresa May Vows to Make 'Bold Offer' to Parl't on Improving Brexit Deal

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday that she was going to put forward a “bold offer” to the parliament on improving the Brexit deal, which should help get the agreement through the legislature.

19.5.2019 9:0 UAE Supports Saudi Arabia's Call for Emergency Summits in Mecca - Ministry

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has voiced its support for the call of Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for Arab leaders to attend emergency summits in Mecca on May 30 following the recent attacks in the Persian Gulf region, the country's Foreign Ministry said.

19.5.2019 8:57 Ultra-Orthodox Jews Protesting Against Eurovision Arrested in Israel

On Saturday Duncan Laurence, a contestant from the Netherlands, won Eurovision Song Contest 2019, which took place in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

19.5.2019 8:40 Iran's IRGC Commander Compares US to World Trade Center Building in 9/11 Jibe

Tensions have flared in the volatile region, with US diplomats warning that airliners flying over the Persian Gulf risk “mis-identification” and nonessential diplomatic staffers acting upon orders to leave the US Embassy in Baghdad.

19.5.2019 8:26 Austrian President Calls Video With Former Vice-Chancellor Strache 'Shameful'

VIENNA (Sputnik) - Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen has described a video that led to the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache and broke the ruling coalition as "shameful."

19.5.2019 7:25 US Health Officials Investigate ‘Biohacker’ Who Tried to Change His Genes

Josiah Zayner, who injected himself with CRISPR to try to enhance his muscles, is under investigation by California state officials for practising medicine without a license.

19.5.2019 7:20 Salvini: Issue of Russia Sanctions Removal Unites 'All Decent People' in Europe

MILAN (Sputnik) - The EU stance on Russia sanctions may change if the new pan-EU right-wing alliance gets real power in the bloc after the European elections, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini told Sputnik, stressing that "all decent people" agree on the need to lift the restrictions.

19.5.2019 7:16 GOP Rep Calls for Trump’s Impeachment, Says Barr Misrepresented Mueller’s Report

Michigan Republican and member of the House Freedom Caucus Justin Amash accused President Trump of engaging in "impeachable conduct", becoming the first Republican in the House to raise the question of President’s impeachment.

19.5.2019 6:31 Five Foreign Nationals Killed in Small Plane Crash in Honduras - Reports

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - A small plane crashed near the island of Roatan, Honduras, on Saturday, killing all five people — four Canadians and a US pilot — onboard, media reported.

19.5.2019 6:23 Protesters March on White House to Decry US Seizure of Venezuelan Embassy

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Up to 200 people gathered in Washington on Saturday to protest the US government’s seizure of the Venezuelan embassy and the arrest of four activists who resided in the diplomatic facility as guests of the Venezuelan government.

19.5.2019 4:12 Erdogan Says Russia, Turkey May Discuss Joint Production of S-500 Defence System

ANKARA (Sputnik) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that Ankara and Moscow might launch talks on joint production of Russian-made S-500 air defence systems after the S-400 deliveries.

19.5.2019 3:15 Toyota Rebukes Trump for Declaring Auto Imports Pose National Security Threat

Toyota Motor Corp. issued a statement answering US President Trump’s proclamation that some auto sector imports were a threat to national security, signalling Japanese investments are “not welcomed” in the US.

19.5.2019 3:15 Saudi Foreign Ministry on Iran Tensions: We Don't Want War But Ready to Respond

Earlier, Saudi King urged the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Arab League to gather for extraordinary summits in the city of Mecca on May 30 in the wake of an attack on the country’s oil facilities and sabotage against tankers off the UAE coast, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday, citing a Foreign Ministry source.

19.5.2019 1:31 Airlines Say No Changes as US Warn of Risk Being Misidentified over Persian Gulf

US diplomats warned that airliners flying over the Persian Gulf risk being "misidentified" amid the growing tensions between the US and Iran.
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