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Game of Thrones star reveals she received death threats

By the looks of it, Melisandre might also have knowledge about the voice in the flames Varys was talking about in Season 3 and ultimately revealed to him that the voice was actually foretelling his death in Westeros. But as she revealed, her return to work came just weeks after giving birth to her first child Monte, who she welcome into the world with Guy Pearce in August past year.


Unbuckled In The Back Seat: It's More Dangerous Than You Think

Unbuckled In The Back Seat: It's More Dangerous Than You Think

Of the 1,172 respondents polled who have been in the back seat of a auto in the last six months, 28 percent claimed that they don't always buckle up, the IIHS reports . Uber driver Dustin Goodsell told CBS' Chris Martinez that people often don't buckle up on short trips. "People are less likely to buckle up when they're in the rear seat".



'You Can Thank Congress' For 'All-Time Low' Relationship With Russia

Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton, asked about Trump's tweet in an MSNBC interview, agreed U.S. It also toughens sanctions against Iran and North Korea. Yet on Wednesday, Pence also left open the door for engagement with Moscow , telling The Washington Post the president was taking a "we'll see" attitude toward Russian Federation.


Tatkal ticket booking: IRCTC announces book now & pay later facility

Tatkal ticket booking: IRCTC announces book now & pay later facility

A majority of these tickets is booked within minutes of the quota opening. Under this new scheme IRCTC travellers who book their tickets online can receive their confirmed Tatkal ticket at their door steps.The amount can be paid later for the tickets booked under the tatkal quota on the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corp ( IRCTC ) website, the government announced on Wednesday.



'You Are Worse Than I Am': Transcript Released Of Trump-Turnbull Call

We should do that too. Here, the divisive issue is an agreement that the Obama administration struck with Australia to consider accepting 1,250 refugees, mostly from Muslim countries, being detained by Australia on Pacific islands after trying to enter the country by boat.


British Airways apologises for check-in failure

British Airways apologises for check-in failure

Chaos broke out again at Heathrow and Gatwick airports due to yet another British Airways system crash. "We're now experiencing system issues at the airport and we're trying to resolve this as quickly as possible", the airline told angry passengers on Twitter .