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  • Ronda Rousey, with Boyfriend, Seen in Public for First Time Since UFC 193 Loss

    Ronda Rousey is back walking among mortals. After a two-week absence from the public eye, the former UFC women's bantamweight champ was spotted walking around her hometown of Los ...

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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!

  • Putin, Obama hold talks on Turkey jet dispute, Syria: Kremlin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama held talks for around 30 minutes on the sidelines of a summit in Paris on Monday at which the two leaders discussed the Syria and Ukraine crises, a Kremlin spokesman said. Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman, told reporters that Obama had expressed regret at the meeting over the downing of a Russian plane by Turkish military jets, and that both sides had spoken in favor of moving towards a political settlement of the Syria crisis. On Ukraine, the leaders noted the need for full implementation of the Minsk peace deal.

  • The 25 Best Hip-Hop Instagram Pictures Of The Week

    Nicki Minaj showed out at the #AMAs, Drake spent some quality time with his mom, and more.

  • Five ways Russian sanctions can hurt Turkey economy

    Russia's economic sanctions against Turkey over its downing of a Russian warplane could hurt the Turkish economy in several areas from fruit to tourism, even if the initial impact is likely to be limited. Turkey and Russia have enjoyed burgeoning trade ties in recent years despite disagreements on a number of political issues from Moscow's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine to the more than four-year old civil war in Syria. Moscow put forward a raft of economic sanctions against Ankara while demanding an official apology from the Turkish leadership.

  • Saudi developer secures funds to complete world's tallest tower

    Kingdom Holding Co, chaired by billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, said its affiliate Jeddah Economic Company had reached a more than $2 billion (1.9 billion euro) financing deal with Saudi Arabia's Alinma Investment to finish the Jeddah Tower in the Red Sea city. "Alinma Bank will finance the fund, to be managed by Alinma Investment, while Jeddah Economic Company will be the master developer of projects that will draw on the fund's credit lines," the statement said. The 8.4 billion riyal ($2.24 billion) fund, compliant with Islamic sharia law, will also be used to develop the first phase of Jeddah Economic City, an urban project surrounding the tower in the Obhur area north of Jeddah, the statement said.

  • Confidence Was a Bra Size. So She Decided to Fake It Till She Made It #ShortFilm

    This article Confidence Was a Bra Size. So She Decided to Fake It Till She Made It appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. “Is this your girlfriend’s bra? It’s way too small. Has she hit puberty yet?” Those are the biting remarks Susan hears when she chances on her cheating ex-boyfriend… with a girl who is rather well-endowed. Her confidence in tatters, she decides to get a little help and embrace the bra pads. Lots of them. The internal voices in her […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • Qatar 'shamed' by inaction on labour reform: Amnesty

    Qatar has done "almost nothing" to end labour abuse in the five years since being awarded football's 2022 World Cup despite huge global pressure to reform, Amnesty International said Tuesday. In a damning indictment, the human rights group said the lack of substantive change "shames" the gas-rich Gulf state and FIFA, football's governing body. Its statement was published to coincide with the controversial decision taken on December 2, 2010 to allow Qatar to host world sport's biggest tournament.

  • Iran condemns West's 'double standards' in letter to youth

    Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Sunday condemned the West's "double standards" in a letter to the youth of America and Europe following the Paris attacks that killed 130 people. "The military invasions of the Islamic world in recent years -- with countless victims -- are another example of the contradictory logic of the West," Khamenei argued.

  • NASA satellites reveal something startling about the future of food on Earth

    As world leaders convene in Paris this week at the United Nations Climate Summit (COP21) to...

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  • What if Your Husband Cheated on You, Only Once Though?

    Years before she stepped into royalty to take over the title of Begum, voicing out her possessiveness for the then beau Shahid Kapoor, she declared, “I do not mind being put behind the bars for killing any woman who dared have an eye on Shahid.” It didn’t sound outlandish to my ears because her opinion on infidelity echoed mine. The demands of a long distance relationship can be unforgiving, though, my friend is a very forgiving woman.

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  • Manila attacks Beijing South China Sea claims in court case

    The Philippines has sought to debunk China's claims to disputed islands in the South China Sea, court officials said Monday as an international tribunal wrapped up a five-day hearing. Although Beijing has refused to take part in the hearing before the Permanent Court of Arbitration, judges have now given China until January 1 to write a rebuttal to the case laid out by Manila in the Hague. "We view China as a valued friend, and it is precisely to preserve that friendship that we initiated this arbitration," Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert Ferreros del Rosario said Monday as he closed his country's case, according to a court statement.

  • Team 'Tamasha' to celebrate film's favourable response

    New Delhi, Nov 30 (IANS) Imtiaz Ali's latest entertainer "Tamasha", featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, has amassed Rs.38.23 crore in the opening weekend, thereby giving the movie's team a reason to party. To raise a toast to the numbers, Ranbir and Deepika have planned an impromptu party on Monday night at a suburban restaurant here. "Ranbir and Deepika are completely overwhelmed with the response," said the film's spokesperson.

  • 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!

  • Mohammad pardons 129 prisoners on UAE National Day

    In his capacity as the Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE, has ordered the release of 129 prisoners of various nationalities from punitive and corrective institutions in Dubai on the UAE’s 44th National Day. Dubai Attorney-General Essam Al Humaidan said that the humanitarian gesture reflects Shaikh Mohammad’s keenness to give the prisoners the opportunity to follow the right path and start a new life with their families. Al Humaidan affirmed that Shaikh Mohammad’s orders will be carried out immediately.

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  • Syrian opposition: Russian strikes kill 18, wound dozens

    BEIRUT (AP) — Airstrikes believed to have been carried out by Russian warplanes killed at least 18 civilians and wounded dozens more on Sunday in a northern Syrian town held by insurgents, Syrian opposition media reported.

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  • Report: Apple will kill the 3.5mm headphone jack on the iPhone 7

    Even though the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus mildly surprised the world by being ever-so-slightly thicker than the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple’s apparent obsession with thinness is far from over. A Japanese blog cites a source who says Apple intends to do away with the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack for the iPhone 7 and require users to hook up their cans via a Lightning connector or Bluetooth. The move would enable Apple to shave off “more than 1mm” from the thickness of the current iPhone 6S, according to 9to5Mac, citing the Japanese blog Macotakara. This could give Apple an opportunity to boast that the iPhone 7 is the thinnest iPhone ever. Related: Apple’s patent hints at waterproof iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches The 3.5mm headphone jack is essentially the bottleneck to supreme thinness, since it “can hardly be thinner because it is the world standard,” according to Macotakara. Apple once considered replacing the 3.5mm port with a 2.5mm port, according to 9to5Mac. Last year, Apple introduced Lightning headphone specs, though Lightning headphones are still a rarity. “The report claims that Apple will bundle Lightning connector-equipped EarPods with the next iPhone, incorporating a tiny DA (Digital to Analog) converter into the connector,” according to 9to5Mac. If this report is accurate, Apple’s move would open the floodgates for manufacturers of 3.5mm-to-Lightning adapters. It also surfaces questions about charging the iPhone while a headphone is plugged in. Also watch: Apple iPhone 6S Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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  • Why Is Ranveer Singh Not Worried About 'Dilwale-Bajirao Mastani' Clash?

    A few days back, Varun Dhawan had declared that he is not worried about his upcoming film Dilwale clashing with Bajirao Mastani and that he looks forward to such clashes as they make life interesting. Recently, Ranveer Singh too echoed Varun's sentiments, but offered a different reason for the way he feels. When asked if he is worried about the clash and the way business might be affected because of the clash, Ranveer said that he is not concerned about such things as his only focus is on how the film will be accepted by the audience.

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  • Car of the week - November 30 - Toyota Land Cruiser VXR

    More than 320,000 Land Cruisers have been sold in the UAE since the first one arrived in Dubai Creek in 1955 which is all you need to know to back up Toyota’s proud boast that this vehicle is the best-selling SUV in its class in this country. It is truly an iconic vehicle in that many families here have brought successive generations of this SUV since that first shipment of Land Cruiser BJ’s which paved the way for what would be Al-Futtaim Motors who are now coming to the end of the 60th Anniversary. The Japanese marque, quite rightly, call the Land Cruiser the Pride of the Land and in line with the way the UAE has developed as a country they have reworked this vehicle to take it onto the next level of excellence.

  • Iraqis find 3 more mass graves in formerly IS-held Sinjar

    IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — Kurdish officials said Sunday three more mass graves have been found in the northern town of Sinjar, where Kurdish forces backed by heavy U.S.-led airstrikes drove out Islamic State militants earlier this month.

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