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  • Russia just dealt a huge blow to Turkey over its downing of a Russian warplane

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced on Friday that Russia would be suspending its...

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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.

  • Philippines shopping for arms to beef up maritime security

    By Pedro Uchi Clark Airfield, PHILIPPINES (Reuters) - Philippine President Benigno Aquino has approved the purchase of 44 billion pesos ($932.74 million) worth of military equipment to help boost maritime security capability as tensions simmer in the South China Sea, a senior defence official said on Saturday. Defence Undersecretary Fernando Manalo made the announcement after the government received the first two of a dozen new South Korean-made light fighter jets to enhance the country's air defence capabilities. Aquino authorized the multi-year contract to purchase two frigates, eight amphibious assault vehicles, three anti-submarine helicopters, two long-range patrol aircraft, three aerial radars, munitions for the fighters and close support planes, Manalo told reporters.

  • 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!

  • Sirens ring out as air strikes hit IS Syria stronghold

    In the Islamic State group's Syrian stronghold of Raqa, sirens ring out whenever a warplane approaches as jihadists flee their posts and vehicles to hide, activists say. A US-led coalition and Russia have stepped up air strikes on the jihadists' de facto Syrian capital since IS claimed to have downed a Russian passenger plane over Egypt's Sinai in October and the deadly jihadist attacks in Paris two weeks later. "The sirens are on the roofs of high buildings, in the squares and in the streets," Taym Ramadan, a city resident and anti-IS activist, told AFP.

  • 'Large' Chinese military fleet flies near Japan islands: media

    Japan scrambled jets after 11 Chinese military planes flew near southern Japanese islands during what Beijing said was a drill to improve its long-range combat abilities, reports said Saturday. The planes -- eight bombers, two intelligence gathering planes and one early-warning aircraft -- flew near Miyako and Okinawa on Friday without violating Japan's airspace, the Japanese defence ministry said in a statement released on Friday. A Chinese air force spokesman said several types of planes, including H-6K bombers, were involved in Friday's drill over the western Pacific, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Miss Canada lashes out at Beijing after contest snub

    A Canadian beauty queen lashed out at Beijing on Friday, saying she was barred from boarding a flight from Hong Kong to China to compete in a pageant because of her human rights activism. Chinese-born Anastasia Lin, a 25-year-old actress crowned Miss World Canada in May, said that China was blocking her from travelling to the seaside resort city of Sanya for the Miss World contest. Lin, who told AFP late Thursday that Chinese authorities were suppressing people who "dare to speak their minds", was speaking from Hong Kong's international airport where she was blocked from taking a flight bound for mainland China.

  • 13 Movies to See (or Not) This Thanksgiving

    There will inevitably come a point during the Thanksgiving holiday when, despite the love you have for your family, you'll just need some time to yourself. So why not spend it in the comfort of a cool, dark movie theater or on a chaise lounge with your laptop? (You could theoretically include the whole family, whom you really do love, in this plan, though the chaise may get crowded.) Anticipating your needs, we have compiled a list of view-worthy films that are currently in cinemas across the country or available with VOD. (For older movies, be sure to check out the list of movies about to leave Netflix on December 1.) Grab some lukewarm turkey leftovers and enjoy.
  • 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.

  • 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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  • The Victims Of The Paris Terror Attacks

    A total of 130 people died in a night of terror in the French capital as gunmen attacked restaurants, a sports stadium and a concert hall. Nick Alexander from Colchester in Essex was shot dead at the Bataclan concert hall as the Eagles of Death Metal played a gig. The 36-year-old merchandise manager was with his friend Helen Wilson.

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  • 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.

  • This Girl Was Incredibly Rude To Her Aunt, But For A Good Reason! #ShortFilm

    This article This Girl Was Incredibly Rude To Her Aunt, But For A Good Reason! appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Over dinner, this girl misbehaves in an unbecoming manner. Her rudeness builds up to a glorious break down for both her and her aunt. Any other aunt rational adult have put such a brat in her place, but this misbehaviour was for a good cause! Watch ‘We Need To Break Up’ by Bradley Liew (Philippines) on Viddsee: […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • 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.

  • Video appears to show Trump mocking the physical condition of a reporter during a South Carolina rally

    On Tuesday night at a rally in South Carolina, Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that people...

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  • Is This A Perfect Body? The Mirror Doesn’t Lie. The Media Does. #ShortFilm

    This article Is This A Perfect Body? The Mirror Doesn’t Lie. The Media Does. appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Her face wasn’t firm enough. Arms not toned enough. Breasts not perky enough. So much about her just wasn’t enough, according to media. It’s a daily struggle. An advertisement on TV comes on for a pill, promising all the change she wished she saw in the mirror. Just one bottle was enough. And she’s sold. It’s […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • No Thanksgiving parade for the Estefans _ they're too busy

    NEW YORK (AP) — Songs from the new musical celebrating Gloria and Emilio Estefan will have the honor of kicking off the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, but the couple will be far from the giant balloons.

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  • Yahoo Movies Review: Tamasha

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

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  • 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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