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Irina Shayk has Sexy Marilyn Moment (Pics)

Irina Shayk has Sexy Marilyn Moment (Pics)
Model Irina Shayk almost showed too much at a photo call yesterday. See the hot photos below.
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US Army Reserve Medical Soldiers embed with active duty counterparts for overseas deployment training

Source: DVIDS

As the C-130 flew overhead, streams of parachutes attached to static lines drop from the aircraft side doors as paratroopers from the 173rd Infantry Brigade (Airborne) jumped to earth. One by one, they landed randomly across the field. Walking from one paratrooper to the next at the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command Bunker Drop Zone in Grafenwoehr Training Area, Spc. Estar Hegel, a medic with the 6250th Army Hospital and Po ...
Full article at: DVIDS 1 hour ago
 

Darth Vader wannabe runs for president in Ukraine, Gets rejected anyway

Darth Vader wannabe runs for president in Ukraine, Gets rejected anyway
A man dressing up as the dark Sith Lord is running for president in Ukraine. Can he win?
Read more Apr 4 2014, 2:06am CDT
 

Digging beneath the surface of Canadians' 'solid support' of CETA

Source: Rabble.ca

Angus Reid Global this week released the results of an online poll it conducted in mid-May looking at support amongst Canadians for CETA, the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (and a handful of other trade-related issues). On the surface, things look great for CETA, with the poll indicating that 68 per cent of Canadians either strongly (25 per cent) or moderately (43 per cent) support the dea ...
Full article at: Rabble.ca 2 hours ago
 

EU reaches preliminary deal on Russia economic sanctions

Source: Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union ambassadors reached a preliminary agreement on Friday to push ahead with hard-hitting economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis but details remained to be worked out, di ...
Full article at: Reuters 3 hours ago
 

Chernobyl Study Proves Regional Vegetation is still Extant

Chernobyl Study Proves Regional Vegetation is still Extant
The Chernobyl Disaster of 1986 caused a lot of radiation damage to life around the area for miles. Yet a recent study proves that the regional vegetation is still extant which is strange indeed.
Read more Mar 27 2014, 11:33am CDT
 

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Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Sale in July Starts Today
Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Sale in July Starts Today
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Germany-Gibraltar match moved amid policing spat

Source: Mail.com

BERLIN (AP) — The German football federation has moved a European Championship qualifier between Germany and Gibraltar out of Bremen after the city's government decided that organizers should help pay for police deployments at high-risk football matches. The DFB says the match against Gibraltar on Nov. 14 will ...
Full article at: Mail.com 3 hours ago
 

Termination charges drop smacks Vodafone and EE in the WALLET

Source: The Register

Europe hits saturation The reduction in how much mobile networks receive for handling incoming calls has hit both Vodafone and EE so hard that they have both separated out the charges in interim financial re ...
Full article at: The Register 4 hours ago
 

Turkish Citizens Circumvented Twitter Ban via Google DNS

Turkish Citizens Circumvented Twitter Ban via Google DNS
A ban on the social networking site, Twitter by the Turkish prime minister was a big fiasco. It ultimately proved to be counterproductive since access was still possible via Google DNS and the allegations against him spread like wildfire.
Read more Mar 21 2014, 1:18pm CDT
 


 

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