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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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19.9.2019 17:9 UNSC Holds Meeting on Ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib - Video

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the heads of the three guarantor states of the Astana peace process for Syria, discussed the formation of a Syrian Constitutional Committee when they met for a summit in Ankara earlier in September.


19.9.2019 17:3 The Moroccan Mafia: Europol Hunt Fugitive Gangster Linked to Murder of Witness’s Lawyer in Amsterdam

Morocco was a French, not a Dutch colony, but around 350,000 people of Moroccan origin live in the Netherlands. Migration from Morocco began after the Second World War but most migrants came between 1965 and 1986.


19.9.2019 16:32 'Peaceful Solution' to Crisis in Region Preferable After Attack on Saudi Aramco Facilities - Pompeo

The day before, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the attacks on two oil refineries in Saudi Arabia were "an Iranian attack" that was an "act of war."


19.9.2019 14:25 Presentation of China’s Guangdong Province in Moscow

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Cooperation between Russian organisations and companies and the Guangdong Province, China’s region with the largest economic potential, could play an important role in the development of bilateral relations, according to the participants of the province’s presentation in Moscow.


19.9.2019 13:0 NATO Refers to Events in Mysterious 'Sea of Asimov' to Explain Need for Naval Power

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A NATO maritime expert in an article published on the alliance’s website has referred to the "recent events" in the Persian Gulf and the heretofore unknown "Sea of Asimov" to justify the need for a robust naval power to ensure freedom of navigation.


19.9.2019 12:44 David Cameron Tried to Lean on the Queen to Get Her to Block Scottish Independence

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of lying to the Queen about the reasons for proroguing Parliament. Now it emerges he may not have been the first Conservative PM who tried to blur her position as head of state.


19.9.2019 12:18 Not a big Issue? Canadian PM Trudeau’s Brownface Divides Internet

The photo of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau posing with brownface makeup during a school party in 2001 has recently been obtained and revealed by TIME magazine, causing a backlash from the public due to “racist” claims.


19.9.2019 11:42 Pentagon Spent at Least $184,000 in Public Funds at Trump's Scottish Resort - Oversight

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Pentagon has spent at least $184,000 in public funds since 2017 at President Donald Trump’s golf resort in Scotland, according to the US House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, citing the Department of Defence documents.


19.9.2019 11:29 JCPOA Foreign Ministers May Meet on Sidelines of UN General Assembly - Tehran

TEHRAN (Sputnik) - The foreign ministers from the signatories of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) may meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi said Thursday.


19.9.2019 9:23 Chinese PM Notes 'Huge Prospects' for Cooperation With Russia After Talks With Putin

BEIJING (Sputnik) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said after his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin that the two countries have enormous prospects for cooperation.


19.9.2019 9:20 Paris Doubts That Yemeni Houthis Could Attack Saudi Oil Compounds - Foreign Minister

A drone attack that occurred last week has caused a considerable drop in the kingdom's net oil output, subsequently affecting global oil prices. Riyadh and Washington claimed that Iran was behind the strike, while Tehran stated it was performed by Houthi militants.


19.9.2019 2:10 Russia to Veto UNSC Resolution for Ceasefire in Syria’s Northwest Thursday - Source

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - Russia may veto a UN Security Council draft resolution during a vote on Thursday calling for a ceasefire in the northwest of Syria, a diplomatic source at the United Nations said.


18.9.2019 17:59 Netanyahu Cancels Participation in UNGA Session in Wake of Snap Parliamentary Election Results

The preliminary results of the Israeli general elections indicate that opposition Blue and White coalition and the Likud party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, are going to be tied in the number of seats, meaning that either of the two can build a new coalition government.


18.9.2019 15:55 German Commissioner Files Complaint Against BDS Chapter Following Assault on US Synagogue

A tweet by US philanthropist Adam Milstein sparked controversy on 11 September after his post about graffiti on an American synagogue was commented on by representatives of a German BDS group in a manner that some considered anti-Semitic.


18.9.2019 13:53 Putin Calls for Unbiased Investigation of Saudi Aramco Attacks in Talks With Crown Prince

Saudi Aramco's oil refinery was severely crippled in an attack on 14 September, which has been claimed by Yemen’s Houthi movement. Despite this, the US has claimed it has evidence that it was in fact Iran that was behind the incident, something which the country has vehemently denied.


18.9.2019 13:4 Cooperation Across the Continent: How Russian-Chinese Relations Evolved in Recent Years

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Premier of the Chinese State Council Li Keqiang will hold a meeting in Moscow on Wednesday to discuss possibilities for strengthening bilateral relations in trade, science, and innovations, as well as issues of cooperation on the international arena.


18.9.2019 12:36 Zarif on US Blaming Iran for Saudi Aramco Attack: Washington Should Look at Realities in Region

The US has accused Iran of conducting an attack on Saudi Aramco oil facilities on 14 September, despite Yemen’s Houthis claiming responsibility for it. Riyadh itself claimed that Iranian weaponry was used in the strike, but hasn't pointed the finger at Tehran. The latter has vehemently denied its involvement in the incident.


18.9.2019 12:3 Snowden Refuses to Cooperate With Any Intelligence Service - Lawyer

On Tuesday, famous whistleblower Edward Snowden presented his memoir titled Permanent Record to the public in Berlin during a video conference streaming from Russia.


18.9.2019 11:12 Saudi Prince Asks Seoul to Help Boost Air Defence After Attack on Oil Facilities - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman held phone talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday to discuss the fallout of the recent attack on Saudi Aramco oil facilities and ask Seoul for assistance in enhancing the kingdom’s air defence, the Yonhap news agency reported, citing the presidential administration.


18.9.2019 8:10 UK's Smart Motorways 'Dangerous' After Government ‘Moved the Goalposts’ - AA President

Britain opened its first “smart motorway” in 2006 and they are gradually being rolled out across England. Sputnik spoke to Edmund King, the President of the Automobile Association (AA), about the dangers posed by smart motorways.






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