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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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15.7.2020 17:56 Bulgarian President Urges Gov't, Prosecutor General to Resign Amid Ongoing Protests

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Bulgarian President Rumen Radev on Wednesday called on the government and the prosecutor general to resign amid the anti-cabinet protests.


15.7.2020 17:32 Mia Khalifa Slammed as 'Hypocritical' For Using Her Porn Name While Attacking the Industry

American-Lebanese model Mia Khalifa has previously launched a series of attacks against porn sites and companies that are still featuring videos of her despite her repeated calls to take them down. A subsequent petition has even been created on Change.org platform, but so far to no avail.


15.7.2020 17:17 US Extends Venezuela Sanctions Blocking Creditors From Seizing CITGO

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has delayed until 20 Oct a measure preventing bondholders of seizing majority ownership of the US-based petroleum refiner and marketer CITGO, which was pledged as collateral in an earlier bond sale by Venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA, the US Treasury Department announced in a notice on Wednesday.


15.7.2020 17:7 Europol Says Cracked Large-Scale Scheme of Migrant Documents Forgery in Germany, Greece

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Police in Germany and Greece have busted a network implicated in the forgery or smuggling of documents to facilitate illegal intra-EU and cross-EU migration, resulting in one arrest and several house searches, Europol, the European Union's Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation, said in a press release on Wednesday.


15.7.2020 16:51 India Delegates Powers to Armed Forces to Buy Weapons Up to $40 Mln Amid Standoff With China

New Delhi (Sputnik): Tensions have run high after clashes erupted along the de facto border or Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China, leading to the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers and an unverified number on the Chinese side in skirmishes on 15 June.


15.7.2020 16:22 Tunisian Prime Minister Resigns, Reports Say

The country's president will now have a week to nominate a replacement to the post of prime minister, who will be given two months to form a new government.


15.7.2020 16:6 Pompeo Says Confident WHO’s China Probe on Coronavirus Origins Will Be ‘Whitewashed’

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that he is confident the World Health Organization’s investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus in China will be “completely whitewashed.”


15.7.2020 16:6 US Top Health Specialist Fauci Says Coronavirus Has Potential to Reach Levels of 1918 Spanish Flu

The 1918 influenza pandemic infected around 500 million people worldwide and killed tens of millions, according to estimates. With only 13.5 million confirmed cases of coronavirus, the current health crisis is far from being the “mother of all pandemics”, but some now warn this could change.


15.7.2020 16:5 Captured Syrian Militant Details How US Instructurs Supervised Their Weapons Training - Video

The militant group got apprehended by Syrian government forces after running into a minefield while on a mission.


15.7.2020 15:59 Millionaire Tech Entrepreneur Reportedly Killed & Dismembered in New York

The manner in which the entrepreneur was killed has reportedly led the authorities to believe that the deed was carried out by a professional.


15.7.2020 15:59 Top US Commander Warns Hezbollah Against Making ‘Great Mistake’ of Attacking Israel

Last week, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah reiterated that his organization would not stand idly by if Tel Aviv proceeded with its plans to ‘apply sovereignty’ to large swathes of Palestinian territory, and warned that Hezbollah was ready to “do anything to block and prevent the annexation plan.”


15.7.2020 15:55 Polish President Laughs Off Prank Call, Says Suspected Foul Play

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Freshly re-elected President of Poland Andrzej Duda laughed off the prank call he was featured in by saying he had suspected he had been duped.


15.7.2020 15:41 BBC Announces Further Job Cuts as Popular TV Platforms Axed

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been a staple of the UK's news landscape since its founding in 1922. Headquartered in London, the corporation is the largest news outlet in the world by total headcount.


15.7.2020 15:40 India's Top Corporate Leader Urges US To Recognise Cross-Border Talent Mobility in H1B Visa Issue 

New Delhi (Sputnik): In the wake of the economic and job crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, US President Donald Trump suspended issuing H-1B visas, which are popular among Indian IT professionals, until the end of 2020.                                                                    


15.7.2020 15:25 Spanish Royal Family Under Scrutiny Over Former King’s Financial Improprieties, Report Says

Former Spanish king Juan Carlos has had a number of damaging allegations of financial impropriety against him which has seen the Spanish royal family fall under scrutiny. The Spanish Supreme Court is currently investigating the former king over the role he played in landing Spain a lucrative contract to build a high speed railway in Saudi Arabia.


15.7.2020 15:20 National Carrier Air India to Send Employees On Leave Without Pay For Up to 5 Years

New Delhi (Sputnik): India’s aviation sector has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Both international and domestic operators were grounded in March. Domestic flights resumed on 25 May but international flights are still on hold.


15.7.2020 15:19 British Home Secretary Admits She is Unaware How Many UK Arrivals Have Coronavirus as Flights Resume

The United Kingdom has quickly begun to lift many of the travel restrictions introduced to prevent new cases of coronavirus arriving in the country. Arrivals from a number of countries will no longer have to self-isolate for 2-weeks.


15.7.2020 15:4 Narendra Modi: Democratic Countries Must Come Together to Solve Post-COVID Economic Crisis

New Delhi (Sputnik): A Monday, the India and the EU sealed a nuclear cooperation deal, which allows for extensive ties, including in research and development. The deal was signed ahead of the 15th India-European Union Summit which began on Tuesday.


15.7.2020 14:34 UK's New Immigration Rules Won't Be 'Meaningfully Different' From Past, Partner at Law Firm Says

Priti Patel, Britain's Home Secretary, announced the government's latest immigration rule changes, which will come into effect next year. Patel has come under fire from those who want the rules to be stricter as well as those who say they remain too stringent.


15.7.2020 14:29 US Adds Nord Stream 2, TurkStream to List of Potential Sanctioned Projects

Washington moved to apply sanctions pressure against companies working on Nord Stream 2 in late December, prompting a Swiss pipelaying contractor to pull out of the project. Last month, a group of US lawmakers proposed expanding sanctions to include all companies engaged in the joint Russian-Western European energy project.






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