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  • Jada Pinkett Smith Jumps On The Naked Dress Trend, Shows How It’s Done

    Jada Pinkett Smith has joined the long line of celebs to don a nearly-naked dress this year, but looks more elegant than ever. All three of the stars made a splash at the Met Gala 2015 in a trio of designer dresses that didn’t leave very much to the imagination. Kim Kardashian wore a white, fluffy Roberto Cavalli number, Beyonce a glittering Givenchy style and J Lo a red Versace gown with very strategically placed embroidery.

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  • 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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  • He Did This Just To Make Her Happy. He Took Off His Skin. #ShortFilm

    This article He Did This Just To Make Her Happy. He Took Off His Skin. appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. There was one thing she wanted, that would make her very, very happy.  He took off his skin for her, just to please him. It was a sacrifice he was willing to make. Soon, she realises that it’s taking a toll on their relationship. Of course, there’s the sheets, the heating, then there’s the problem […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 9 Bollywood Khans Who Married Outside Their Religion Against All Odds

    Nobody comes close to our King Khan when it comes to his real life romance with wife Gauri (Read: Magical Love Story Of Bollywood’s King Of Romance Shah Rukh Khan And Gauri). Parent of two, Irrfan and Sutapa have been married for more than a decade now.
  • Russia deploys S-400 missiles at Syria base: ministry

    Russia has deployed its advanced S-400 air defence system in Syria, the Russian defence ministry said Thursday, with the weapons to be used to cover the area around its airbase in coastal Latakia. "According to the decision of the supreme commander-in-chief, an air defence complex S-400 has been delivered to the Russian Hmeimim airbase in Syria and is already on duty to cover the area," the defence ministry said in a statement. After Turkey shot down one of its jets, Moscow said Wednesday it would deploy the system in Syria to protect its planes, which have been carrying out air strikes since September 30.

  • The NBA is drooling over a 19-year-old Australian freshman who looks ready to dominate after just 4 games

    The NBA Draft is still almost seven months away, but a favorite for the No. 1 pick has...

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  • Mark Zuckerberg is taking 2 months off to be with his newborn — here's why Facebook employees say his decision is so important

    Long before it was trendy, Facebook cultivated a company culture where it's taboo for...

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  • Drivers With No Tickets In 2 Years Must Read This

    United States drivers are stunned that they never knew this. If you drive less than 50 mi/day, you better read this...

  • Israel 'soon' to open Abu Dhabi office for renewable energy

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel "soon" will open an office focused on renewable energy in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates — even though the two nations have no diplomatic relations, an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman said Friday.

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  • Novak Djokovic won a ridiculous amount of money playing tennis this year

    Novak Djokovic capped a dominating 2015 season with a win at the Barclays World Tour Finals...

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  • Russian warplanes bomb Turkish-Syrian border town: residents

    Residents said on Thursday that Russian warplanes bombed a rebel-held Syrian town along the Turkish border a day after hitting a truck depot near a crossing between the two countries. One resident said the air strikes hit a busy main square in the town of Saraqeb in Idlib province, where hundreds of vehicles brought in through the nearby Bab al Hawa border crossing were being sold. Jets, believed to be Russian, hit a depot for trucks waiting to go through a major rebel-controlled border crossing, Bab al-Salam, on Wednesday, the head of the crossing said.

  • OPEC to stay the course despite fears of $20 oil

    By Alex Lawler and Rania El Gamal LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) - OPEC is determined to keep pumping oil vigorously despite the resulting financial strain even on the policy's chief architect, Saudi Arabia, alarming weaker members who fear prices may slump further towards $20. While Moscow may consult OPEC oil ministers before their six-monthly meeting next week, the chances of it helping to halt the price slide remain slim. "Unless non-OPEC say they are willing to help, I think there will be no change," said a delegate from a major OPEC producer.

  • Residency official on trial in Dubai for taking bribe

    An Emirati sergeant with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) allegedly took Dh540,000 in bribes for processing 349 family visas illegally, a Dubai court has heard. Some applications also lacked tenancy contracts that are required by law for processing family visas.

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  • Sevdaliza Shares Two New Songs from ‘Children of Silk’ EP

    Listen to 'Children of Silk' in full. The post Sevdaliza Shares Two New Songs from ‘Children of Silk’ EP appeared first on Pigeons & Planes.

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  • Qatar launches probe after rains exposed poor construction

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Qatar has launched an investigation after heavy rains exposed poor construction in a country set to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a deluge that saw water cascade through the roof of its $15 billion main airport.

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  • Seth Meyers shreds Donald Trump: He's no longer funny, he's dangerous

    "Late Night" host Seth Meyers has had enough of Donald Trump's inability to admit when he's...

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  • ICC chief Manohar pans 'bullying' by 'Big Three'

    International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar has flayed the imbalance of power within the governing body and criticised last year's revamp which, he believes, allows India, England and Australia to "bully" the organisation. Cricket's global governing body approved wide-ranging changes last year, effectively placing the 'Big Three' in charge of the game, while promising more revenues for everyone. The revamp entitled the three powerful nations to permanent seats in the executive committee while former Indian cricket board (BCCI) president Narayanaswami Srinivasan took over as the ICC chairman.

  • China urges US, Japan not to flex muscles on South China Sea

    Beijing, Nov 26 (IANS) China on Thursday urged the US and Japan not to show off military might and create tension in the South China Sea. Japan's Defence Minister General Nakatani and US Pacific Command chief Admiral Harry Harris agreed to continue joint drills between the US military and Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force, as well as helping Southeast Asian countries increase their capabilities, Xinhua reported. "We call on relevant countries to do things that contribute to peace and stability on the South China Sea and refrain from flexing muscles, creating tension or militarising the area," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei said at a news briefing.

  • Syrian paper recounts rescue of downed Russian pilot

    Syrian special forces launched an operation "behind enemy lines" to rescue the surviving crew member of a Russian warplane downed by Turkey, Syria's Al-Watan newspaper reported on Thursday. Al-Atira is an area of Latakia province, around 12 kilometres (eight miles) from the border with Turkey. Syrian forces launched the operation after Turkey downed the Russian jet on Tuesday morning, forcing the two-man crew to eject over rebel-held territory.