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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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27.6.2017 22:8 H-Bomb Could Be Next Addition to North Korean Nuke Arsenal

Pyongyang has demonstrated its ability to produce hydrogen-3, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen also known as tritium that’s “necessary for a hydrogen bomb to create fusion,” a Stanford University professor said Tuesday.


27.6.2017 22:5 US Would Like to Resume Shannon-Ryabkov Diplomatic Ties - State Dept.

The US wants to revive consultations with Russian top-ranking diplomatic officials, State Department spokesperson said in a briefing on Tuesday.


27.6.2017 22:0 Defense Ministry to Residents: Seoul Will Honor ‘Alliance Decision’ on THAAD

A South Korean defense official said Tuesday that his country’s government will honor an "alliance decision" to deploy a controversial US missile defense system, as Seoul attempts to make domestic political matters more transparent.


27.6.2017 21:38 No Evidence Russia Made Attempts to Influence Pick of 2018 World Cup Host - FIFA

Russian officials did not attempt to influence the choice of the 2018 World Cup host country in their favor by offering gifts to members of the FIFA Executive Committee (FIFA ExCo), FIFA's report on the inquiry into the 2018 FIFA World Cup bidding process said Tuesday.


27.6.2017 21:17 Don’t Get Your Hopes Up: NASA Rep Denies Finding Aliens

Last week on the website of the Anonymous hacker group there was an announcement suggesting that NASA scientists have found traces of extraterrestrial life on Enceladus, the satellite of Saturn, but are hiding this discovery from the public.


27.6.2017 21:7 Pentagon Needs Expanded Prototyping of New US Weapons Before Production

The US Department of Defense can guard against missed deadlines and over-budget costs of new weapons programs by adopting a comprehensive program to build prototypes of proposed systems before moving to large-scale production, according to a report by the General Accountability Office (GAO) on Tuesday.


27.6.2017 21:2 Elderly Woman Throws Coins Into Plane Engine For ‘Good Luck'

China Southern Airlines Flight 380 was delayed for hours at the Shanghai Pudong International Airport after an elderly woman passenger caused a disruption, according to the airlines official WeChat account.


27.6.2017 20:59 What CIA Secret Cyber Weapons Have to Do With Recent Mass Cyber Attacks

Cyber security experts registered a new Trojan virus in addition to the Petya ransomware that was used to attack computers in a number of Russian and Ukrainian companies on Monday night. In an interview with Radio Sputnik, cyber security expert Andrei Masalovich said that the number of new advanced cyberattacks is likely to increase.


27.6.2017 20:44 At Least 34 Injured After New York City Subway Train Derails - Fire Department

Nearly three dozen of people were injured on Tuesday amid New York City subway train derailmant, the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) said in a message.


27.6.2017 20:19 Indian Film Inspires Chinese Filmmakers to Look for Collaborations

Bollywood star Aamir Khan’s blockbuster film Dangal has impressed audiences at the second BRICS film festival in China’s Chengdu. Experts said Dangal's success indicated that more Chinese want to know the real India and the government should leverage it to showcase India's soft power.


27.6.2017 20:12 Trump Faces Long Odds Selling Healthcare Bill to Opponents

Efforts to pass pending healthcare legislation in the US Senate will move to the White House.


27.6.2017 20:5 How 'Anti-Russia Hysteria’ Robs US of 'Valid Friend and Ally'

A book called “The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Conspired to Vilify Putin” has been recently released in the US. The author of the book, Daniel Kovalik, is a human rights attorney and a professor at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Law.


27.6.2017 19:42 Petya Ransomware Attack Spreads to US Law Firm DLA Piper

The apparent worldwide ransomware attack has affected at least two US organizations, including the multinational law firm DLA Piper and pharmaceutical company Merck, according to statements by the two organizations on Tuesday.


27.6.2017 19:34 India, US to Jointly Ensure Stability in South China Sea, Indo-Pacific Region

India and the US have vowed to promote stability and ensure the freedom of navigation across the Indo-Pacific region/


27.6.2017 19:17 Russian Central Bank Detects Isolated Cases of Hackers Infecting Banking Systems

The Russian Central Bank or the Bank of Russia has detected hacking attacks directed against the systems of Russian credit organizations, isolated cases of information infrastructure objects being infected were revealed, the bank’s press service told Sputnik.


27.6.2017 19:14 Hugely Popular Torrent Site T411 Down, Swedish and French Police Arrest Two Men

With millions of users, T411 was one of the biggest and most popular BitTorrent sites in France. However, the Swedish and French police collaborated to shut down the website, and on Monday, June 26 reportedly arrested two men.


27.6.2017 19:7 Jury Fails to Agree on Verdict on Russian Politician Nemtsov Murder Case

The jury in the Moscow District Military Court was unable to reach a unanimous opinion on the case of Russian politician Boris Nemtsov's murder, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the courtroom Tuesday.


27.6.2017 19:5 Martin Schulz Accuses Merkel's CDU Party of Impeding Coalition Government Work

The German Social Democratic Party (SPD) leader Martin Schulz on Tuesday accused the German SDU/CSU party of undermining the implementation of its' pre-election promises.


27.6.2017 19:4 US Army Post in Alabama Reports Possible Active Shooter

The US Army post Redstone Arsenal in Madison County, Alabama, warned of a possible active shooter situation on Tuesday.


27.6.2017 19:3 'Humor Is Important in Politics' - Angela Merkel Reveals Keys to Success

Angela Merkel has let down her guard during a rare conversation with a women's publication, stating "curiosity and happiness" are key to success.






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