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2014-12-08 12:58 George Lucas got married for the second time

The creator of “Star Wars” 69-year-old filmmaker George Lucas was married a second time. His choice was a 44-year-old Mellody Hobson.

2014-12-03 17:24 Leonardo DiCaprio to play Roosevelt

Next role of Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio will be the role of the United States President Theodore Roosevelt. The star of “Wolf of Wall Street” is going to be transformed into 26th American President with a help of Martin Scorsese.

2014-12-02 12:50 Rihanna became the most popular singer in the world

Rihanna was named the most trend singer in the world, according to a new rating of Spotify. The list was compiled in preparation for the International Women’s Day.

2014-12-01 17:55 Michael Jackson could have died from insomnia

Pop singer Michael Jackson could have died due to lack of quality sleep. Such a conclusion was made by Harvard professor of sleep medicine Charles Cheyzler.

2014-11-28 13:16 AvtoVAZ began manufacturing LADA Kalina wagons

AvtoVAZ began mass production of the new LADA Kalina estate car.

2014-11-26 18:10 Selena Gomez lost her virginity with Justin Bieber

Young Canadian singer Justin Bieber “boasted” to a friend that he had deflowered Selena Gomez.

2014-11-25 17:55 Jennifer Love Hewitt secretly married Brian Hallisay

The 34-year-old actress is secretly married her former ‘The Client List’ costar, Brian Hallisay.

2014-11-24 17:34 The name of the movie with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt became known

“By the Sea” is the name given to a new film with Hollywood couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. The owner of the film is company Universal Pictures.

2014-11-10 11:15 Cate Blanchett addresses Dylan Farrow's open letter accusing Woody Allen of child abuse

Cate Blanchett, pictured with Woody Allen and Alec Baldwin on the set of Blue Jasmine, has broken her silence on the open letter from Dylan Farrow accusing Allen of sexually abusing her as a child.

2014-11-05 12:59 Benedict Cumberbatch wants to play the role of a fool

British actor Benedict Cumberbatch says he is willing to play a fool. Star warns fans of one of his most famous characters Sherlock Holmes – he is not the most pleasant guy.

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16.12.2018 20:50 UK PM May's Allies Secretly Plot Second Brexit Referendum - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Close allies of UK Prime Minister Theresa May from the Conservative Party are preparing a second Brexit referendum behind her back, the Sunday Times newspaper reported, citing government sources.

16.12.2018 20:42 Global Cooperation 'Under Fire' Due to Lack of Trust - UN Secretary-General

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The world is facing unprecedented challenges which cannot be solved by a single state on its own, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, drawing special attention to the problem of trust lacking between people and authorities, as well as states on the global stage.

16.12.2018 20:13 Turkey Not Ruling Out Possibility of Cooperation With Assad - Foreign Minister

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Turkey will consider the possibility of cooperation with Syrian President Bashar Assad in case of his re-election as the country's head as result of a transparent and fair election, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Sunday.

16.12.2018 20:1 Arab Coalition Strikes Yemen's Al Hodeidah - Source

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Arab coalition launched new airstrikes in Yemen's Al Hodeidah despite the agreements that were reached during the negotiations in Sweden, a source in Yemen's Ministry of Defense told Sputnik on Sunday.

16.12.2018 19:58 Russian National Hockey Team Defeats Finnish Team 5-0, Wins Channel One Cup

ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) - The Russian national hockey team on Sunday eked out a huge win over the Finnish team and won the Eurotour home stage — Channel One Cup.

16.12.2018 19:55 Strasbourg Shooter's Dad Reportedly Knew About His Son's Ties With Daesh

The father of the Strasbourg shooter, Cherif Chekatt, said he believed that he could have persuaded his son to go to the police.

16.12.2018 19:39 Netanyahu Jr. Draws Flak for Saying Muslims Should Depart Israel

Yair Netanyahu, the key figure in the so-called "Strippergate" fallout, said this week that Muslims should leave Israel so that there is peace in the region and that Iceland and Japan do not suffer from terrorism because there are no Muslims there. He went on to hold his ground, challenging critics standing on the opposite side of the barricades.

16.12.2018 19:24 Qatar Has No Plans to Leave Gulf Cooperation Council Amid Diplomatic Row - FM

DOHA (Sputnik) - Qatar does not plan to withdraw from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which includes six Arab monarchies, despite a conflict with its neighbours, Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani told Sputnik on Sunday.

16.12.2018 18:45 US Commander Predicts US Mission Return to Libya 6 Years After Benghazi Attack

In September 2012, the US consulate in Libya's second-largest city of Benghazi was attacked by militants from the Ansar al-Sharia group, leaving envoy Christopher Stevens and three other American employees dead.

16.12.2018 18:43 Canonical Ukrainian Church Refuses to Recognise 'New Church' Created by Kiev

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate (UOC-MP), the only canonical Orthodox church in Ukraine, refuses to recognize the structure created on Saturday in Kiev at the "unification council", Archpriest Mykolay Danylevych said.

16.12.2018 18:29 Russian Foreign Ministry's Spokeswoman Urges Britons to Assess BBC Fake News

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova urged the UK public to assess the activities of the BBC broadcaster, which is seeking at any cost to find any proof of Moscow’s alleged role in the "yellow vests" protests in France and is effectively engaged in producing fake news.

16.12.2018 17:59 Sturgeon: Confidence Motion Against UK Gov't May Succeed If Triggered by Labour

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's first minister, said Sunday that a confidence motion against the government could succeed if it is raised by the Labour Party.

16.12.2018 17:55 Activists Go COMPLETELY Naked in Barcelona for Anti-Leather Protest (PHOTOS)

Members of AnimaNaturalis, a non-profit group advocating for animal rights, have gone to considerable lengths to voice their dissent against the fur and leather industry.

16.12.2018 17:44 Strong 6.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Area Near Australia's Perth - USGS

The US Geological Survey reported an earthquake struck around 633.8 miles northwest of the western Australian city of Perth.

16.12.2018 17:40 'Outrageous Behavior': Spain Shadows UK Royal Navy Nuclear Sub Near Gibraltar

The development follows a Royal Navy vessel firing a warning shot towards a Spanish coast guard vessel last month, after it was deemed to be moving too close to the British submarine. The sub was reportedly departing Gibraltar after having its Tomahawk missile stores replenished.

16.12.2018 17:4 Explosion at Pub in Northern Japan Injures Over 40 (VIDEO, PHOTO)

An explosion occurred in a pub in the Japanese city of Sapporo on the northern island of Hokkaido, resulting in at least 40 casualties, according to Japanese police.

16.12.2018 17:1 Berlin 'Ridiculous' Safety Tips Show Gov't Unable to Protect People - AfD Member

ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) - The German government's "ridiculous" public safety tips, which have been issued in the wake of the recent Strasbourg Christmas market shooting, prove that the authorities are totally incapable of ensuring safety of German people, Eugen Schmidt, a member of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, told Sputnik on Sunday.

16.12.2018 16:58 US Sanctions Ex-Israeli General for Arms Dealing in South Sudan Conflict

The death toll in South Sudan's five-year civil war stands at almost 400,000; violence broke out in the country along ethnic lines after President Kiir of the Dinka tribe accused his then-deputy Machar, a Nuer, of planning to stage a coup.

16.12.2018 16:56 US-Led Coalition Strike Near Hajin Results in 17 Civilian Casualties - Reports

Syria's daily al-Watan newspaper reported that women and children account for the majority of the casualties.

16.12.2018 16:49 Almost 180 Detained in Paris During Saturday 'Yellow Vests' Riot - Reports

PARIS (Sputnik) - A total of 179 people have been detained during a fresh round of mass "yellow vest" rallies in the French capital on Saturday, the BFMTV broadcaster reported on Sunday.
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