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- She wowed the West with her super act as Alex Parrish, a terror suspect, in the hit American TV show Quantico. She even walked away with the People's Choice Awards for that. To top that she was one of the presenters at 88th Academy Awards, the first ...
- What A 6-Year-Old Girl Does To Get An Education In A War-Torn City
- Badeeah Hamel's school was completely destroyed in an airstrike, but Project Amal Ou Salam won't let her miss out on her education. The organization created a one-room underground school to provide children in war-torn Syria with valuable learning ...
- China win all four gold medals on day one of FINA Diving World Series in Beijing
- They recorded 334.68 points with Liu's original partner, four-time Olympic champion Chen Ruolin, opting to take a break which will see her miss the first two legs of the World Series.
- When David Berman Crashes Your Silver Jews Tribute Set
- He told me he sent a clip of us playing to his wife (Silver Jews bassist) Cassie, and she said it was “weird in a good way,” and made her “miss the real thing.” I told him I missed the real thing, too.
- When Priyanka Chopra Got A Marriage Proposal From Shah Rukh Khan
- Priyanka Chopra is undoubtedly the most celebrated actress in the tinsel town. The Kashibai of the industry has not only impressed everyone at the home front but has also created laurels globally.
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