Actor Chris Pine says the qualities he seeks in a woman are intelligence and humour because after the initial attraction fades away, there has to be something engaging. Pine recently broke up with his model-girlfriend Dominique Piek after dating her for almost a year. "I think anything that any normal man would be looking for. I mean intelligence and beauty and someone who can make me laugh," ...
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Edmonton police have released a photo radar image taken May 10, 2013, of a new dark grey Dodge Dart involved in the alleged abduction of a woman on May 16, 2013, near Rexall ...
puttered through the winding streets of a tony enclave near Israel’s presidential residence. The spring evening was warm, and the scent of flowers filled the air. The neighborhood was a calm oasis, away from the dust and tumult of the Old City. The streets were particularly empty after the Sabbath began on Friday, April 15, 1983. The Simca drove along HaPalmach Street and stopped in front ...
Chinese people aren't known for their respect for rules of the road. Drunk driving, drag racing, and jaywalking all plague city streets. The latest astounding fashion: prepaying fines.According to a recent media report, a man in Nanchang, capital city of Jiangxi Province, was caught jaywalking and asked to pay 10 yuan ($1.62) under a new traffic regulation issued earlier this year. He took ...
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He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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WASHINGTON - Russia has sent advanced anti-ship cruise missiles to Syria in a move that underscores its support to the beleaguered regime of President Bashar Al Assad in the war-torn Arab nation, officials citing credible intelligence reports said here.
The New York Times reported Friday that the new missiles sent to Syria have an advanced radar system that makes them "more effective".
The newspaper said that the excerpts of "classified intelligence reports" were revealed by American officials who "would only discuss the shipment on the basis of anonymity".
The report comes a day after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Thursday said that Russia would remain committed to previously signed arms deal "regarding agreements pertaining to aerial defense weapons."
Lavrov in his comments didn't reveal that new missile batteries have been sent to Syria but stressed that Moscow will not sign any new deal with the government there.
"We have already gone through with some of our previous commitments and we intend to complete them. We do not want to break any international law, but also do not want to hurt our good name as arms suppliers."
The Yakhont anti-ship missile, also known as ship killer, gives the Syrian military a formidable weapon to counter any effort by international forces to militarily help Syrian opposition fighters." ...
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