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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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23.6.2021 14:10 US Billionaire Warren Buffett Quits Gates Foundation Board, Gives $4.1Bln to 5 Charities

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Billionaire philanthropist Warren Buffett resigned from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, while donating another $4.1 billion of his vast fortune to five charities including the Gates organization, according to an announcement Wednesday on his Berkshire Hathaway investment company’s website.

23.6.2021 14:8 Council of Europe Calls for Probe Into Death of Roma Man Knelt on by Czech Police

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Council of Europe on Wednesday expressed concerns over the death of a Roma man after a Czech police officer knelt on his neck during detention, calling for an urgent and thorough investigation.

23.6.2021 13:50 Meghan Markle Complained in Childhood Book 'Some People' Found Her Freckles 'Strange'

The Duchess of Sussex’s newly-penned book "The Bench" has recently become a New York Times bestseller, but it's now been revealed that it's not her first literary exploit.

23.6.2021 13:41 Drones to Swarm Over Indo-Nepal Border as Indian Officers Initiate Probe into Illicit Liquor Dens

As of 29 May this year, a total of 24 people died in Aligarh city in Uttar Pradesh (UP) state in India. During investigations, the police team reportedly recovered a few suspicious bottles from a village near Aligarh. The holograms on them did not match any known records - raising suspicions that the spiked liquor was coming from abroad.

23.6.2021 13:33 Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Ahead of November Election

James Dale Reed, 42, is facing five years in prison for the federal charge of threatening a major candidate for president or vice president. His sentencing is scheduled for 27 July in the US District Court in Baltimore.

23.6.2021 13:33 Villagers Return to Protest Against India's Paramilitary Forces' 'Illegal' Camp

The Silger village in Chhattisgarh state's Sukma district - an insurgency hotbed - is witnessing clashes between the security forces and tribal people as villagers demand the removal of a joint security forces camp in the area which was set up in May this year. On 17 May, four protesters were killed in a reported police firing incident at the site.

23.6.2021 13:32 Indian Social Worker Jitender Singh Shunty: I Believe Humanity Died, Not Just Humans During Pandemic

The Indian capital was devastated during the second wave of the coronavirus this spring. From limited resources to the availability of funeral spaces, it was much worse than before. However, individuals like Jitender Singh Shunty came forward and worked round-the-clock to help those in distress.

23.6.2021 13:29 Spanish High Court Allows Extradition of John McAfee to US

The antivirus software creator was arrested at Barcelona Airport in early October when he was about to board a flight to Istanbul with a British passport.

23.6.2021 13:27 Scores Killed in Ethiopia's Tigray Region After Air Strike Targets Busy Market, Reports Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Dozens of people have been killed and injured during an attack in Ethiopia's Tigray region, international media reported on Wednesday.

23.6.2021 13:25 Joe Biden's Account Possibly Linked to Hunter's Payments for Partying With Call Girl, Media Claims

The new allegations apparently stem from the files found on a laptop that allegedly belonged to Hunter Biden, and which was supposedly forgotten by the latter at a repair shop in Delaware.

23.6.2021 13:23 Britney Spears Set to Personally Appear in Court to Speak About Conservatorship

Former teen idol Britney Spears lost her independence in 2008 after a court appointed her father Jamie as her conservator, responsible for the woman’s finances and even her personal decisions. The singer’s family argued that it was all done for the woman’s benefit, but many of her fans don’t seem to believe this now.

23.6.2021 13:14 Indian Navy, Air Force Conduct War Games With US Aircraft Carrier In Indian Ocean - Photos

In March this year, India and the US launched exercises in the eastern Indian Ocean region which witnessed participation by the Indian Air Force for the first time. The exercise came only a week after US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin visited India as part of his first foreign tour since being appointed to his new post.

23.6.2021 13:9 Americans View Biden's, Trump's Summits With Putin Roughly Same Way, Poll Shows

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Americans assess President Joe Biden's recent summit with Vladimir Putin roughly the same way as that of former President Donald Trump in 2018, with 36% deeming both events unsuccessful, a fresh poll by Morning Consult revealed on Wednesday.

23.6.2021 13:6 Delhi State Chief Slams Modi Gov't For Halting Doorstep Ration Delivery Over Traffic Jams

Doorstep distribution of rations has become a bone of contention between India's federal government and Delhi. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) fears that the pro-poor scheme may find more prominence in the agenda of Delhi's governing Aam Aadmi Party in a bid to attract voters in the upcoming Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand state elections.

23.6.2021 12:48 UK Gov't Questioned After Allowing 60,000 Fans to Travel to London for Euro 2020 Semi-Final

The UK's Culture Secretary has argued that the Euro 2020 finals promise to be an unforgettable moment in Britain’s national recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

23.6.2021 12:40 Spanish Opposition Demands Sanchez’s Resignation Over Pardoning of Catalan Politicians

MADRID (Sputnik) – The People's Party of Spain (PP) has demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez after he pardoned nine Catalan politicians sentenced to prison for organising an unauthorised referendum on Catalan independence and issuing a unilateral declaration of independence in 2017, PP’s leader Pablo Casado said on 23 June.

23.6.2021 12:28 UEFA's Ban on Rainbow-Lighted Stadium in Munich Sends Wrong Signal, Maas Says

BERLIN (Sputnik) - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Wednesday that UEFA was sending the wrong signal by forbidding Munich authorities to light the stadium in rainbow colors ahead of the EURO-2021 football match between Germany and Hungary.

23.6.2021 12:24 UK Police Officer Cleared of Murdering Former Premier League Star But Guilty of Manslaughter

Dalian Atkinson played 200 games in the English Premier League and won the League Cup with Aston Villa. But after spells in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and South Korea the striker retired from football in 2001.

23.6.2021 12:16 EU Slams Hungarian Bill Banning 'Promotion' of Homosexuality to Minors ‘A Shame’, Vows Legal Action

Hungary's parliament last week approved legislation prohibiting the dissemination of content deemed as "promoting" homosexuality and gender change among those under 18, triggering an outcry among human rights groups and opposition parties.
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