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basescu n-o mai f**e pe nevasta lui Dorin Cocos

Elena Udrea şi Dorin Cocoş au divorţat. Istoria tumultuoasă a unei căsnicii care a ţinut prima pagină a ziarelor 10 iunie 2013, 20:09 citesc mai tarziu download pdf print article ArticolComentarii 37Galerie foto deCorina CosmescuDevino fan -3 (5 voturi) citeste totul despre: elena udrea dorin cocos divort casnicie 7 share Tweet 0 inShare 76 Live Aboneaza-te la newsletter Abonare 1/14Cocoş şi Udrea în perioada în care căsnicia lor funcţiona Elena Udrea şi Dorin Cocoş au anunţat, luni, printr-o declaraţie de presă comună, că au pus capăt mariajului „în mod amiabil şi în faţa notarului“. Cei doi s-au căsătorit doar civil, pe 26 decembrie 2003, când Udrea a împlinit 30 de ani. ŞTIRI PE ACEEAŞI TEMĂ PDL, un nou atac la tabăra Udrea: „Florin Popescu, demis din fruntea &... „După  10 ani, căsătoria noastră a luat sfârşit astăzi, 10.06.2013, în mod amiabil şi în faţa notarului. Decizia de a ne despărţi vine după o analiză îndelungată şi profundă a relaţiei noastre şi a opţiunilor de viitor

Barack Obama has a nightmare

Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations The 29-year-old source behind the biggest intelligence leak in the NSA's history explains his motives, his uncertain future and why he never intended on hiding in the shadows •  Q&A with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'I do not expect to see home again' Share 47642 Tweet this in Share 0 Email Glenn Greenwald ,  Ewen MacAskill  and  Laura Poitras  in Hong Kong guardian.co.uk ,  Sunday 9 June 2013 21.17 BST Jump to comments  ( 2448 ) Link to video: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'I don't want to live in a society that does these sort of things' The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is  Edward Snowden , a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the  CIA  and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four y

Taksim Square protests: Photographic tour

At the centre of nationwide anti-government protests in Turkey is an Istanbul park which is threatened with demolition. Demonstrators have set up home in Gezi Park and Taksim Square and created makeshift facilities. Click on the labels below to explore the protesters' camp CLICKABLE Mini garden Tents Protest museum Graffiti bus Wishing post Food centre Library Monument First aid cafe Political message Ataturk Centre All photographs by Magali Corouge.

Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila announce split

Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, and his wife Lyudmila have ended years of speculation about their 30-year relationship, admitting that they had decided to end their marriage. By  Tom Parfitt , Moscow 9:00PM BST 06 Jun 2013 109 Comments In a stilted – but clearly staged – interview on  Russian  state television after a night together at the ballet, the couple said they had agreed to a “civilised break-up” because they barely saw each other. It appeared that a formal divorce had not yet taken place. The announcement will likely only fuel speculation about  Mr Putin’s private life. The 60-year-old Russian president has been dogged by rumours for years that he had an affair with Alina Kabayeva, a 30-year-old politician and former Olympic rhythmic gymnast, although no hard evidence has ever been presented to confirm that. The Russian leader and his wife, 55, spoke after attending a performance of La Esmeralda – a ballet inspired

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What is Happenning in Istanbul?

What is Happenning in Istanbul? 01/06/2013   tarihinde yayımlandı by   sumandef             387 Votes Taken from Occupy Gezi’s Facebook page. To my friends who live outside of Turkey: I am writing to let you know what is going on in Istanbul for the last five days. I personally have to write this because most of the media sources are shut down by the government and the word of mouth and the internet are the only ways left for us to explain ourselves and call for help and support. Four days ago a group of people who did not belong to any specific organization or ideology got together in Istanbul’s Gezi Park. Among them there were many of my friends and students.  Their reason was simple: To prevent and protest the upcoming demolishing of the park for the sake of building yet another shopping mall at very center of the city. There are numerous shopping malls in Istanbul, at least one in every neighborhood! The tearing down of the trees was supposed to be