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2015-02-05 17:02 The USA might start to supply arms to Ukraine

According to the New York Times, NATO’s commander in Europe, American general Phillip Breedlove, approves of supplying “arms for defense” to Kiev, and some officials in the White House and the Pentagon support this proposal.


2014-12-24 17:04 One Direction becomes the most expensive pop group in the history

As experts predict, the British boyzbend One Direction may become the most successful group in the world with revenues of one billion dollars per year.


2014-12-23 17:23 10 Most Popular TV Series

Specialy for our readers we publish 10 Most Popular TV Series including those ones which came to an end this autumn.


2014-12-22 14:45 Kim Kardashian reveals she lost her post-baby weight with Atkins diet

The new mom, who has done Atkins before, started the program once she got the approval from her doctor


2014-12-17 17:44 Clive Palmer who plans to build "Titanic II" will make a movie "Titanic II"

Australian billionaire Clive Palmer, who plans to build an ocean superliner “Titanic II” – a replica of the sunken 101 years ago, ” Titanic ” , has decided to make a movie “Titanic II”.


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

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.


2014-12-15 17:51 The stolen three years ago Stradivarius violin was found in London

The UK police have found the unique Antonio Stradivari violin stolen almost three years ago, valued at 1.9 million dollars.


2014-12-11 11:35 Alisher Usmanov is recognized as the richest man in Britain

British newspaper The Sunday Times has named the richest businessman in the UK. It is the owner of “metalloinvesta” and co-owner of 30% of the shares of FC “Arsenal” Alisher Usmanov. The earnings of magnate estimated at 13.3 billion pounds.


2014-12-10 10:47 Ciara announces pregnancy

The singer, who is engaged to rapper Future, put the rumors to rest by confirming she’s expecting.


2014-12-09 17:36 Michael Douglas feels a little "underestimated" in Hollywood

Even with two Oscars, two Golden Globes, an Emmy, and countless other accolades, Michael Douglas feels “underestimated” in Hollywood.


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29.5.2020 9:12 Multiple Shots Fired at George Floyd Solidarity Demonstration in Denver - Video

Earlier in the day, US President Donald Trump assured Minnesota Governor Tim Walz that the military is ready to provide assistance and quell the ongoing unrest in Minneapolis if local authorities don't bring the city under control.


29.5.2020 8:30 Stargazers Capture Alleged Falling Meteorite on Camera in Northern Turkey

According to some social media users, it would not be 2020 if some major cosmic event did not take place amid the ongoing pandemic, political turbulence and global economic strain. Well, it seems like the universe has heard us.


29.5.2020 8:27 Australian Court Ruling Grants Access to Queen's Correspondence Written Before Whitlam Dismissal

On 11 November 1975, Governor-General of Australia John Kerr sacked Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, arguing that he had failed to get parliament to approve a national budget and then refused to resign or call an election. Since then, historians have questioned what Buckingham Palace knew about the removal of Whitlam.


29.5.2020 8:22 Twitter Flags Trump's Tweet on Minneapolis for ‘Glorifying Violence’

On Thursday evening, Donald Trump signed an executive order that could open the door for federal regulators to fine online platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google, for censoring online content. The move came after Twitter on Tuesday flagged tweets on mail-in ballots published by the president for potentially misleading information.


29.5.2020 7:58 Alleged Daesh Tape Calls COVID-19 Divine Retribution for Enemies

Daesh has ramped up attacks on both security forces and civilians in remote rural areas of Iraq while the local government is focusing its efforts on tackling the coronavirus outbreak.


29.5.2020 7:58 Paths of Lockdown: How COVID-19 Restrictions Will Be Eased Around the UK

Appearing at a coronavirus briefing, UK PM Boris Johnson announced that as of Monday groups of six people from different households would be able to meet outside in England, primary schools and nurseries would reopen, as a new easing of lockdown restrictions will begin, cautioning people to stay socially distanced and use "common sense".


29.5.2020 7:33 Beijing Urges Foreign Nations to Cease Attempts at Meddling in Hong Kong Affairs

The day before, China's parliament overwhelmingly passed a resolution to draft a law on national security in Hong Kong that would outlaw secessionism in the territory and hefty fines or jail terms for those ridiculing China's anthem among other things.


29.5.2020 7:25 Seven People Shot in Louisville in Protests Over March Murder of Woman by Police - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Seven people were injured in the US city of Louisville in violent protests against the death of a young African American woman called Breonna Taylor, who was killed by local police in March, the NBC News reported on Friday, adding that one of the injured persons is in critical condition.


29.5.2020 7:24 'Biggest Blow Since World War II': Danish Economy Expects 5.3% Nosedive

In what has been described as a marathon with no single solution, the Danish economy is expeted to shrink by over $15 billion in the aftermath of the novel coronavirus pandemic.


29.5.2020 7:16 Japan's Defence Chief Urges Probe Into Hacker Attack on Telecom Giant Amid Data Leak Fears

TOKYO (Sputnik) - Japan’s Defence Minister Taro Kono has called for thoroughly investigating a hacker attack on a national telecom giant after media reports that data related to communications networks involving armed forces could have been compromised.


29.5.2020 7:4 Australian Pubs to Offer Free Beer as Breweries Rolling Out Free Kegs

It's been two months since pubs, bars and restaurants were forced to shut their doors in Australia due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a lockdown, which the government had to introduce in order to stop the spread of the disease.


29.5.2020 6:34 Finnish Researchers Warn of COVID-19 Infection Risk in Open Space Offices, Urge Teleworking

Fresh Finnish simulations of how viruses can move with air currents have prompted recommendations to continue distance work wherever possible. Cramped conditions and long-term indoor stays both include a risk of infection, the researchers have concluded.


29.5.2020 6:22 UK Business Confidence Lowest Since 2008 Despite Easing of Lockdown, Top Bank's Survey Finds

The UK government has announced a lockdown exit strategy that will allow most businesses to reopen throughout the summer, but the number of firms that anticipate laying off workers or freezing pay has still increased.


29.5.2020 6:9 Indian Gov't Sources Deny Trump's Claim He Talked to Modi Over Border Stand-off With China

New Delhi (Sputnik): US President Donald Trump on Wednesday offered to mediate between India and China in the ongoing border stand-off, but India refused the offer the following day, saying that New Delhi is "engaged with the Chinese side to peacefully resolve this issue".


29.5.2020 6:0 French Gov't Bans Hydroxychloroquine Submitting to Pressure From Pharma Labs, Politician Claims

The French government's decision to ban anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for use in COVID-19 cases goes against French people's interests and rights to get an inexpensive and effective medicine to treat coronavirus, suggests Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, the leader of Debout la France party.


29.5.2020 5:45 Trump Assures Military is 'All the Way' With Minnesota Governor Amid Riots Over George Floyd's Death

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has already activated the state's National Guard amid the ongoing protests and riots in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis on Monday.


29.5.2020 5:43 UK Gov't 'Tossed Out Lockdown Plan for Care Homes Proposed to Stem COVID-19 Deaths'

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, care homes in the UK have increasingly become epicentres for deaths linked to the respiratory disease, with some 16,000 residents suggested to have died, according to official UK figures.


29.5.2020 5:41 'This Is Very Bad': SAS, Norwegian Air Post Huge Losses Amid Flights Grounded by COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has effectively stopped most international air traffic; Norwegian Air and SAS, Scandinavia's largest airlines, have been forced into bailout measures that include debt restructuring, layoffs and loans.


29.5.2020 5:22 Minneapolis Police Station Set on Fire Amid Protests Over George Floyd's Death - Video

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has earlier activated the National Guard amid protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd, an unemployed African-American resident who lost his life on Monday after having his neck pinned to the ground by a police officer.


29.5.2020 4:5 Dozens Arrested at NYC Protests over George Floyd's Death in Minneapolis

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump ordered the FBI and the Department of Justice to investigate the "tragic death" of 46-year-old Minneapolis resident George Floyd.






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