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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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24.3.2019 17:2 Some 1.6Mln People Gather in Istanbul for Rally Ahead of Local Vote – Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Some 1.6 million people came to Istanbul's Yenikapi Square for a rally of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) ahead of the local elections in the country, the Daily Sabah newspaper reported Sunday.

24.3.2019 16:58 ‘No Such Thing as Mental Health’: UK Cdr Accused of Bullying Colleague With PTSD

Mark Vartan, who reportedly tried to hush up the incident, was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his time as the commanding officer of the HMS Enterprise in 2016.

24.3.2019 16:30 Syrian Political Settlement Needs Russian Participation – German FM

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Political settlement of the crisis in Syria is possible only with Russian participation in the process, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Sunday.

24.3.2019 16:23 Netanyahu to Benefit From Trump's Golans Move, Not Clear How Much – Scholar

On 22 March, Donald Trump announced his decision to recognise Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights seized by Tel Aviv during the 1967 Six Day War from Syria. Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Efraim Inbar, president of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security (JISS), shared his views on the move and its potential consequences.

24.3.2019 16:5 Polish Hunter Chases Nazi Gold, Finds Priceless Renaissance Portraits Instead

The owner of the palace where the portraits were found claimed that there may be more things to discover there, as the building also houses some 150 square meters of surface which hides more previously unseen paintings.

24.3.2019 16:0 WATCH Rescue Op as Viking Sky Cruise Ship Hauled off Norway's Coast

On Saturday, the cruise ship experienced engine problems after getting caught in a storm. Earlier media reports stated that a total of 371 out of over 1,300 passengers were evacuated from the vessel.

24.3.2019 15:41 Maduro Exposes Fresh 'Imperialist Plot' to Kill Him by 'Devil's Puppet' Guaido

The Venezuelan president already survived an apparent assassination attempt in August 2018, when a pair of drones armed with explosives were detonated while approaching a stage where Maduro and other senior government officials were standing during a holiday. Caracas accused the US and Colombia of involvement in that attack.

24.3.2019 15:8 'Ancient Conflicts' Over Gibraltar Ahead of Brexit May Harm Spain – Report

Late last year, Fabian Picardo, the chief minister of Gibraltar, stressed that the UK will maintain its sovereignty over its overseas territory and that London is negotiating its post-Brexit relations with the EU on behalf of the “whole UK family”, of which Gibraltar is part of.

24.3.2019 14:52 Finnish Foreign Minister Attacked During Election Campaign - Report

During a meeting with voters in the city of Vantaa, Timo Soini, the foreign minister of Finland and one of the leaders of the Blue Future Party was attacked by a young man, the Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on Sunday.

24.3.2019 14:40 Five British Commandos Injured in Secret Operations in Northern Yemen – Reports

London was not previously thought to be directly involved in fighting in Yemen against the Houthi militia, even though it was known to have supplied arms and training support to Saudi Arabia for many decades.

24.3.2019 14:21 Indian Soldier Killed in Pakistan Firing in Jammu and Kashmir - Reports

The cross-border firing commenced in the Shahpur and Kerni areas of Poonch on Saturday and endured through the night, the Times of India reported citing authorities.

24.3.2019 13:38 More Dead Bodies Found on Mount Everest, Reportedly Due to Climate Change

Since 1922, over 200 climbers have perished while attempting to climb Mount Everest or return from it; it is largely believed that the majority of bodies are still buried under the snow in the mountains, according to CNN.

24.3.2019 13:37 Over 100 Still in Grave Condition After Chemical Blast in China - Authorities

BEIJING (Sputnik) - As of Sunday, 117 people remain hospitalized with severe injuries in China as a result of the deadly blast at a chemical plant in the eastern city of Yancheng that killed at least 64 people, Li Shaodun, deputy director of Xiangshui county's health commission, said.

24.3.2019 12:20 No Deal Brexit Would be Catastrophic for UK Economy - Philip Hammond

After Thursday's European Council meeting, the EU leaders agreed to grant the United Kingdom a short Brexit extension until 22 May if the UK House of Commons is able to pass a Brexit agreement deal next week. If the bill is rejected the extension will last until 12 April.

24.3.2019 11:15 Over $30 Bln Stolen From Venezuela 'at Trump's Request' - Cabinet Minister

The statement comes a few days after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused the US government of stealing $5 billion from the South American country – money that Maduro said has been earmarked for the manufacture of medicines.

24.3.2019 11:7 1999 NATO Bombing Inevitable Given Expansion Plans - Ex-Yugoslav Minister

BELGRADE (Sputnik) – The bombing of Yugoslavia by NATO forces in 1999 was inevitable because of the plans of the alliance to expand in the direction of Russia, former Foreign Minister of Yugoslavia Zivadin Jovanovic, who headed the ministry in 1998-2000, told Sputnik.

24.3.2019 11:2 Israel Strikes Hamas Posts in Gaza in Response to Border Explosions - IDF

Israel Defence Forces attacked two military posts of the Palestinian movement Hamas with drones on Sunday in the Gaza Strip in response to riots along the border of the seaside Palestinian enclave.

24.3.2019 10:47 No One Doubts NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia Was Violation of Law - Russian Envoy

BRUSSELS (Sputnik) – The twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia is a reason to remind the countries of the alliance that these actions were a gross violation of international law, Russian Permanent Representative to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov told Sputnik.

24.3.2019 10:20 Supporters Demand Chelsea Manning's Release From 'Prolonged Solitary'

Chelsea Manning, who has been incarcerated for declining to testify before a grand jury, has been held in solitary confinement for over two weeks, the US Army whistleblower's supporters say, according to The Guardian.

24.3.2019 10:7 Boeing Submits 737 MAX 8 Software Upgrade to FAA After Deadly Crashes

Airlines around the world grounded their Boeing 737 MAX 8 series passenger jets after one of the planes, flown by Ethiopian Airlines, crashed on 10 March, killing all 157 people on board. The tragedy followed a suspiciously similar Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash in Indonesia which happened in late October, killing 189.
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