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Shinee singer Jonghyun: K-pop boy band superstar dies

A member of one of South Korea’s biggest boy bands has died suddenly. Jonghyun, full name Kim Jong-hyun, was one of the five members of Shinee, who have had a string of number one hits in their home country. The Korean Herald said he was 28 years old. He was taken to hospital after being found unconscious in an apartment in Seoul, according to reports. Police told the BBC Korean Service that suicide will be investigated as a possibility. South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that emergency services were alerted by the singer’s sister, and that he was later pronounced dead at hospital. Jonghyun shot to fame with the band in 2008, and the group also became big in Japan. He launched a successful solo career in 2015. Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email entertainment.news@bbc.co.uk. Let’s block ads! Original Article [contf] [contfnew] BBC [contfnewc] [contfnewc] The post Shinee singer Jonghyun: K-p..

Palestinian official: us administration punished Abu Mazen reconciliation across Jerusalem Declaration

A Palestinian official said: the US administration, I felt kind of (weak) since President Donald Trump, followed by strong reactions in the Arab and Islamic worlds. The Palestinian official said “Dunya”: some variation occurred within the American administration because Trump’s decision, American officials are divided to two parts: part a supporter of the decision to Trump and others felt that The post Palestinian official: us administration punished Abu Mazen reconciliation across Jerusalem Declaration appeared first on News Wire Now.

The Security Council voted today to reject a resolution declaring Trump on Jerusalem

The UN Security Council vote on a draft resolution on Monday rejected President Donald Trump, recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Egypt requested a vote on the Morrow project put text refuses to declare Trump, Washington is likely to use the veto. The text stresses that “any decision or action designed to change the nature or status or demographic composition of Jerusalem does not enjoy The post The Security Council voted today to reject a resolution declaring Trump on Jerusalem appeared first on News Wire Now.

Qatar’s embassy in Spain releases QND magazine

The Embassy of the State of Qatar in Madrid has issued a magazine in Spanish and a national song entitled ‘Qatar and the World’ to celebrate Qatar National Day (QND). The magazine discussed the State’s achievements on the political, economic, sports and cultural levels. It also provided an overview of Qatar’s history and its important role in the Middle East and the world. The magazine also addressed the efforts of HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser in achieving the best education levels and social reforms, through several local and international projects that she launched as the Chairperson of Qatar Foundation. Ambassador of Qatar to Spain HE Mohammed Jaham al Kuwari was featured in the magazine, who spoke of the historic ties between Qatar and Spain. He noted that Qatar was moving ahead with its projects despite the siege. The ambassador added that the country was also betting on building a prosperous future by diversifying its economy, investing in education and sports, spreading a cultu..

London Digital Divides Discussion Show on World’s Biggest news

Digital Divides is Nedka Babliku’s weekly discussion show that delves deep into the world’s biggest news stories without mercy or restraint. The show explores the key global events with an emphasis on heavy hitting geo-political analysis that is not afraid to expose the absurdity, injustice and macabre humour implicit in a world on edge. Frequent topics on the show include: the new political alignments of the Middle East, Syria and Iraq’s war against Takfiri terrorism, China and the emergence of One Belt—One Road, the shifting dynamics in South Asian alliances, South East Asia’s political and economic revolution, the Palestinian campaign for justice, Russia’s role as a Eurasian superpower, the decline of the US Dollar and much more. Each week, Nedka welcomes Adam Garrie of Eurasia Future to run down the most important world developments in a fast paced style that leaves no stone unturned. Be sure to subscribe to Nedka Babliku’s YouTube channel to see the latest episodes and more! ..

Russian and Lankan officials to meet regarding tea ban today

A special meeting will be held between a Sri Lankan team of officials and officials from the Russian Plant Quarantine institute in Moscow today (December 25). The main focus of the meeting is to hold comprehensive discussions on the temporary ban that Russia recently imposed on Sri Lankan tea. A team of nine members consisting of representatives from the Ministry of Plantation and Ceylon Tea Board left for Russia last morning, in a bid to negotiate the relaxation of the ban. Russia imposed temporary restrictions on Sri Lankan tea on Dec. 18 after an insect was found in the packaging of one consignment of tea. A special meeting will be held between a Sri Lankan team of officials and officials from the Russian Plant Quarantine institute in Moscow today (December 25). The main focus of the meeting is to hold comprehensive discussions on the temporary ban that Russia recently imposed on Sri Lankan tea. A team of nine members consisting of representatives from the Ministry of Plantation..

‘Christmas Story’ star reveals how much he still makes off the holiday classic

Zack Ward in “A Christmas Story” and NowMGM/Bobby Quillard[contfnewc] [contfnewc] “A Christmas Story” airs around the clock during the holiday season and, believe it or not, the actors from the 1983 film are still getting royalty checks. “You’re going to be so disappointed,” Zack Ward, who played bully Scut Farkus in the classic film, told Page Six. “It’s basically about $1,800 every two years … and it comes in in Canadian money because we shot in Canada.” So what does the 47-year-old actor do with the extra cash? He told us he puts it in a special account just in case his mom needs it in the future. Ward, who was 13 years old when he starred in the Christmas classic, also revealed he still gets stopped on the street. “So many people come up to me and are like, ‘You got your ass kicked by Ralphie,’ and it makes them so happy,” he said. “I think they’re connecting to themselves as that little kid who had a bully and when they saw Scut Farkus get beaten up, they were just like, ‘Ye..

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