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  1. jeerkngi says:

    According to U.S. media reports, the senior Republican Senator John? McCain called on the United states on the 5th in the Syrian army launched air strikes in order to provide protection of civilians and the opposition.
    Because the U.S. Senate Armed Solutions Committee chief members, McCain said: “The U.S. ought to lead the international community through the air raid on the Syrian government forces to protect Syria’s major population centers.” He also stated that it is essential to give military assistance to Syria freedom army “and other opposition groups, but now it was also late, just to offer them with weapons and ammunition have already been insufficient to stop the killing and save the lives of civilians. “The most practical way can only be imposed on Syrian air raid.” McCain said, to be able to obtain the above objectives, we have to weaken Syria’s air defense capability, the Usa will be the only nation to do so.

  2. ukjeepjdv says:

    If you live and breathe for singing competitions, great news (everybody else, really feel free of charge to sigh together with us): The CW is plotting yet another one particular.
    On the heels of “The X Element,” “The Voice,” “The Sing-Off,” and also the more O.G. “American Idol” comes “The Star Subsequent Door,” courtesy of Queen Latifah.
    In accordance with Entertainment Weekly, Latifah’s on board to generate the series for The CW, which will function Gloria Estefan and country singer/songwriter John Rich as “superstar mentors.” The premise sees “The Star Subsequent Door” conducting “a nationwide search for undiscovered artists on the verge of stardom,” with Estefan and Rich traveling “to exactly where the talent is” and coaching the contestants locally to ensure that they’re able to then “represent their residence city live on stage in front of America.””The Star Subsequent Door” is set to air this summer on the network, along with “Breaking Pointe,” a reality series about the world of ballet, and “The Catalina,” which follows the workers and guests of a Miami hotel.