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  • HOLD YOUR HEARTS! “BFFs” Salman Khan And Shah Rukh Khan To FINALLY Come Together On-Screen

    The wait is finally over for all the Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan fans out there! While we all have been waiting eagerly for the day to arrive, when the two actors who are back to being best buds again, will come together onscreen, let us tell you that they will, and that too really soon. At the launch of Bigg Boss 9, when Salman was asked whether he would invite SRK for the promotions of Dilwale on the Bigg Boss sets, the actor had said that Shah Rukh is more than welcome.

  • The Latest: Russia supports closing of Turkish=Syria border

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The latest developments regarding the war in Syria. All times local.

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  • 9 Times Kim and Kanye Have Demonstrated They're Pretty Good Parents

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will soon become a family of four, but raising their new little boy should be a breeze thanks to the parenting practice they’ve had with their 2-year-old daughter, North. In addition to having the whole celebrity thing down pat, their parenting skills are totally on point, too. For example, Kim once told Ellen DeGeneres that they taught little Nori to say her “please and thank you” right away.

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  • Hate Story 3: Puja Gupta Scorches The Screens With Her Item Song

    After Sunny Leone soared the temperatures with her Pink Lips in Hate Story 2, now former beauty queen Puja Gupta has scorched the screens with her item song in Hate Story 3. The seductive and racy number is titled Neendein Khul Jaati Hain and features Puja and Karan Singh Grover. Composed by Meet Bros and sung by Mika Singh, the song was shot at a popular club in Bandra, Mumbai.

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  • Iranian hard-liners said to intensify crackdown ahead of key votes

    Ahead of two key elections in Iran in February, the Supreme Leader's hard-line allies have cracked down on activists, journalists and artists to try to tighten their grip on the country’s faction-ridden politics, officials and analysts say. Some officials and analysts believe that the aim is to limit pragmatist President Hassan Rouhani’s influence and popularity after his success in reaching a historic nuclear deal with the six major powers in July that ended over a decade-old stand-off. “The hard-liners are wary of Rouhani’s influence at home and abroad.

  • Bad Saudi PR fuels riyal devaluation talk

    By Andrew Torchia DUBAI (Reuters) - Speculation that Saudi Arabia could devalue its currency may owe more to a poor public relations effort by Saudi authorities than to the economic pressures on the kingdom. Riyadh has the tools available to protect itself as low oil prices push the current account and budget balances of the world's top crude exporter deep into deficit, senior bankers in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf said. In private conversations with Reuters this week, the bankers - many of whom are in contact with Saudi authorities - said Riyadh may detail a strategy to cope with an era of cheap oil as soon as next month, when the finance ministry presents the 2016 budget plan.

  • Outspoken Miss World Canada denied entry to China

    HONG KONG (AP) — Canada's outspoken Miss World contestant said she was barred Thursday from entering China to take part in this year's pageant and accused Beijing of overreach in extending its campaign of censorship even to beauty contests.

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  • Sofia Vergara scores by sharing wedding photos on Instagram

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Newlyweds Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello might have cashed in by selling their wedding photos to a celebrity magazine, but instead they posted the pictures online, and the benefits could be priceless.

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  • Philippines gets 1st fighter jets in a decade amid sea feud

    CLARK AIR BASE, Philippines (AP) — The Philippines on Saturday took delivery of two Korean-made fighter jets — the country's first supersonic combat aircraft in a decade — as it strengthens its underfunded military amid an escalating territorial feud with China.

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  • She Was Alone When He First Met Her, This Beautiful, Strange Girl #ShortFilm

    This article She Was Alone When He First Met Her, This Beautiful, Strange Girl appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Their first meeting is like a fairy tale come true. Charlie who is wandering along the river, comes across a random girl swimming alone in the river. She’s beautiful, that doesn’t escape his notice. So entranced, he sketches her and requests to meet her again the same day. But on his way out, he cross paths with […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • Look at key radical Islamist groups in Bangladesh

    NEW DELHI (AP) — Gunmen attacked a Shiite mosque in Bangladesh, killing one person and wounding three others, in the latest in a wave of deadly assaults this year on foreigners, secular writers and members of the Shiite community in the Sunni-majority nation.

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  • Yahoo Movies Review: Tamasha

    Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Javed Sheikh Direction: Imtiaz Ali Rating: ****

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  • Israel says to open first mission in Abu Dhabi

    Israel is set to open a mission in Abu Dhabi as part of an international green energy body, Israeli officials said Friday -- its first official presence in the United Arab Emirates. The mission will operate under the International Renewable Energy Agency, of which Israel is a member, foreign ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon told AFP. Establishing a permanent presence in Abu Dhabi will not change Israel's official relationship with the UAE, which does not recognise Israel and has no diplomatic ties with the Jewish state.

  • Ringleader of Paris attacks planned more strikes, mocked open borders

    The ringleader behind the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris had plans to strike Jewish targets and to disrupt schools and the transport system in France, according to sources close to the investigation. Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian national of Moroccan origin, also boasted of the ease with which he had re-entered Europe from Syria via Greece two months earlier, exploiting the confusion of the migrant crisis and the continent's passport-free Schengen system, the sources said on Friday. The witness statement, quoted in the Valeurs Actuelles weekly magazine, describes how Abaaoud approached his cousin Hasna Ait Boulahcen two days after the killing spree asking her to hide him while he prepared further attacks.

  • Egypt says 90 percent chance of hidden rooms in Tut tomb

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt on Saturday said there is a 90 percent chance that hidden chambers will be found within King Tutankhamun's tomb, based on the preliminary results of a new exploration of the 3,300-year-old mausoleum.

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  • Suffering a heart attack? Do not drive to hospital

    Call 999 if you suspect you’re having a heart attack instead of trying to drive to a hospital, a senior cardiologist said on the sidelines of the Scale Heart conference in Dubai on Friday. Many patients suffering a heart attack put themselves in grave danger by delaying treatment, Dr Brajesh Mittal, head of the cardiology department at Al Garhoud Private Hospital, told Gulf News. The conference, being held under the patronage of Sami Dhaen Al Qamzi, director-general of the Department of Economic Development-Dubai, seeks to help health care professionals from across the country understand how to eliminate delays in treating heart attack patients.

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  • Life returns to Syrian town after IS ousted

    Outside her home in a town of northeast Syria, four-year-old Baydaa scribbles on a leaflet of religious rules left behind by the Islamic State group as they fled earlier this month. The town was once a key waystation for IS between the territory it holds between Iraq and Syria, and its capture was a strategic victory for the new Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) coalition. "My little daughter Baydaa has put kohl on her eyes and make-up on her face, which was forbidden when the 'organisation' was here," said Baydaa's father, Hamdan Ahmed, referring to IS.

  • Bombs found around Iraq mass grave of IS victims

    A bomb-rigged mass grave believed to hold the remains of more than 120 people killed by the Islamic State group has been found in north Iraq, an official said Saturday. It is the sixth mass grave discovered in or near the town of Sinjar since it was recaptured from IS jihadists earlier this month, Mahma Khalil, the official responsible for the area, told AFP. IS overran Sinjar in August 2014 and carried out a brutal campaign of massacres, enslavement and rape targeting members of the Yazidi minority, who made up most of its inhabitants.

  • 5 shows to stream this week: Chris Rock’s Top Five, Kingsman, and more

    As streaming video grows at a monster pace, there’s always something awesome coming online, no matter the week. What’s dropping and when becomes important knowledge as you organize your queue and schedule your binge time accordingly. We know you don’t have time to cull the good from the bad in the barrage of new movies and TV shows loading up the Internet pipelines, but don’t worry — we do. Here are five of the best titles to stream this week: Top Five Amazon Top Five comes from the mind of super-star comedian Chris Rock who wrote, directed, and starred in the film alongside Rosario Dawson. The plot follows a disenchanted comedian and alcoholic who is being interviewed by a New York Times film critic (played by Dawson). An interesting documentary-esq look into the life of a world famous African American comedian, Rock plays a character very similar to himself, offering a colorful glimpse into a jaded star who is looking for something more. Kingsman: The Secret Service Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation HBO Spy film  Kingsman: The Secret Service exists in a world in which James Bonds were raised young. The plot centers on a young British misfit who is recruited for the opportunity to join one of the world’s top spy organizations — The Kingsman. When a wealthy maniac, played by Samuel L. Jackson, threatens the world, it is up to the young agent to save the day. A somewhat-campy take on the spy thriller based on the popular comics,  Kingsman uses good casting, a simple story, and incredible fight scenes to distinguish itself from the pack. Best of Enemies Netflix A documentary that follows the intense philosophical and political debates between legendary commentators William F. Buckley and Gore Vidal,  Best of Enemies explores the powerful clash of ideas between two of the world’s most celebrated intellectuals in the late-1960s. With modern commentary from Christopher Hitchens and Dick Cavett, the film has been lauded by critics for clearly portraying a pivotal moment in American consciousness, along with the ability to trace the ideological roots of the neo-liberal and neo-conservative movements in America. Home Dreamworks Netflix An animated comedy from Dreamworks starring Rihanna and  Big Bang Theory actor Jim Parsons,  Home follows a misfit alien on a journey to help a child (Rihanna) find her mother in an ET-occupied earth. Also starring Steve Martin and Jennifer Lopez, the film is light and heartwarming — essentially the exact opposite of our above pick — and a great flick to put on for the whole family over this holiday weekend. Falling Skies (Season 5) Amazon The fifth and final season of the Stephen Speilberg-produced alien invasion drama from TNT hits Amazon Prime for the first time this month. The series showcases a faltering alien civilization — a result of the efforts of fighting humans during the previous four seasons. Following a human militia aimed at ridding earth of alien occupation once and for all, Falling Skies had a relatively successful run on TV, and is a worthwhile stream — especially now that all seasons have been made available for Amazon Prime.

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  • UAE Streetball Championships underway with new faces looking to challenge the old guard

    The 10th Annual UAE Streetball Championship got underway on Friday with almost 80 teams entering this year’s tournament across seven categories, including Men’s Elite, Men’s Open, Men 6’ and under, Women’s Elite, Women’s Open, Boys 16-18 and Boys 14-15. The winners of that title will likely be X Men, Beast Squad or Bone Collectors, according to tournament organiser Ziad Al Sharabi. Of course, of the three, X Men may be at a slight advantage as they have a former NBA player among their ranks in 27-year-old ex-Sacramento Kings small forward Donte Green.