New unreleased Tupac music to be released
The first work JAM Inc. has managed to put together is Derrick Rose's Powerade commercial that features Shakur reciting a line from his poem.
Duran Duran English rock band announce new album
The as-of-yet untitled 14th studio album has been produced by Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson and Mr. Hudson.
OSCE CiO rep. vows best efforts in stabilizing border situation
Seyran Ohanyan briefed Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk on the ceasefire violations along the Nagorno Karabakh line of contact.
NASA, Roscosmos agree to build new space station
“We have agreed that Roscosmos and NASA will be working together on the program of a future space station," Igor Komarov said.
Al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria seizes large parts of northern city: activists
A Syrian military official said army forces were fighting "fierce battles" against "armed terrorist groups" to regain control.
Ex-girlfriend says crashed jet co-pilot predicted all ‘will know his name’
French police say the search for passenger remains and debris on the mountain slopes could take another two weeks.
UN evacuates int’l staff from Yemeni capital: report
The source said the staff, numbering more than 100, were heading to the airport and were expected to relocate to several countries.
Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan drama “Suffragette” release date set
The cast of the U.K.-based film includes Helena Bonham Carter, Ben Whishaw, Anne-Marie Duff and Brendan Gleeson.
Microsoft acquires office mobile app LiveLoop
The California startup said it is no longer accepting new users and will close shop on April 24, advising users to back up data before then.
"Southpaw" boxing drama 1st trailer features Jake Gyllenhaal
The actor is joined by Rachel McAdams, Forest Whitaker, Naomie Harris, and 50 Cent in the cast ensemble.
HTC to announce return to tablet market next month: report
PhoneArena has got wind of a high-end tablet from HTC sporting an 8.9-inch glass display with a 1530 x 2048 resolution and a 16-megapixel camera on the rear.
Japan expected to extend sanctions against North Korea
North Korea was supposed to issue an initial report on a probe into the kidnappings last September but postponed it.
U.S. State Department orders internal audit of its recordkeeping
Kerry asked if outside expertise might be advisable on how best to manage, preserve and make transparent its documents.
BlackBerry reports surprise profits for 4th fiscal quarter
The Canadian smartphone maker posted profits of $28 million, a far cry from its $148 million deficit one year earlier.
Vincent D’Onofrio in talks to play villain in “Magnificent Seven”
The 1960 film, itself a remake of Akira Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai,” starred Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen.
Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor in “Terminator Genisys” preview
Paramount Pictures is releasing “Terminator Genisys,” directed by Alan Taylor (“Thor: The Dark World”), on July 1.
AYF of South America confronts Turkish envoy to Argentina
“The Turkish-Azerbaijani denialist lobby continues spreading lies and co-opting academics, politicians and journalists,” said the organization.
Bill Hader joins Steven Spielberg's "Big Friendly Giant"
The movie centers on a young girl named Sophie who discovers that giants do exist and there are a great many of them.
French students uphold theses on Artsakh
The students presented their proposals on what kind of communication and marketing strategy should be adopted by Nagorno Karabakh.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” trailer unveils Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch story
Writer and director Joss Whedon says that the characters are “massively important” to the storyline.
Daniel Craig as James Bond in "Spectre" teaser trailer
The flick is said to be following the story of "Bond after a cryptic message from his past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization."
“Gone Girl” author, Steve McQueen to co-write heist thriller
The thriller is based on the miniseries Widows, where four widows team to finish the job of their husbands killed in a failed heist attempt.
Genocide centennial to be marked with candlelight vigil in Burbank
At 5:30 pm, a remembrance program will be held at the Burbank City Hall, during which the City Council will present its Proclamation.
Commerce Department says U.S. economy slowed sharply in Q4 2014
Also subtracting from GDP was a sharp 7.3 percent fall in federal government spending and slower inventory investment.
UN to establish privacy rapporteur role to cover privacy issues
The move is a direct consequence of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the scale of electronic monitoring by the NSA and GCHQ.
Major powers, Iran pushing each other for concessions
"The important thing is the content not the deadline," Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told reporters in New York.
Ian McKellen as elderly Sherlock Holmes in “Mr Holmes” trailer
Having left Baker Street behind years earlier, Sherlock is still obsessed with a single unsolved case that led to his exile in a Sussex farmhouse.
Emma Thompson, Brendan Gleeson’s “Alone in Berlin” starts shooting
The pic is based on the true story of a working-class couple who conducted anonymous protests against the Nazi regime during WWII.
Italy’s Tuscany, Spain’s Pinto recognize Armenian Genocide
Ahead of the Genocide centennial, the Armenian Community Council of Rome had addressed a letter to all major regional and city halls of Italy.
Armenia rep. to OSCE slams Azeri attempts to escalate conflict
The Ambassador stressed that Azerbaijan bears full responsibility for the military escalation of the conflict and its consequences.
Arab leaders moving closer to creating joint military force: report
The Egyptian military and security officials said the proposed force would be made of up to 40,000 elite troops.
Defense Ministry says Armenian-Azeri border tension moderate
Artsrun Hovhannisyan confirmed an earlier report that the adversary shelled the border village of Paravakar (Tavush region) overnight.
Erdogan says Turkey “annoyed by Iran’s efforts to dominate Mideast”
Erdogan's plans to visit Iran had not changed, his spokesman, Ibrahim Kalın, told journalists , without giving a specific date.
Google loses ‘clandestine’ tracking appeal in UK
A group known as Safari Users Against Google’s Secret Tracking wants to take legal action in the English courts.
Syrian President accuses West of trying to weaken Russia
"I keep coming back to the fact that there is a connection between the Syrian crisis and what is happening in Ukraine," Assad said.
Turkey's parliament approves bill giving police heightened powers
The measure is a blow to a Kurdish peace process aimed at ending an insurgency that has killed tens of thousands of people.
Guns N’ Roses’ ex-manager sheds new light on the band’s breakup
Doug Goldstein recently told Rolling Stone Brazil that Axl Rose was offended when Slash played a tribute concert with Michael Jackson.
Blur to headline 2015 Isle Of Wight festival
Marking their triumphant new album “The Magic Whip,” Damon Albarn and co. will be headlining the Saturday night of the festival.
HTC's next flagship smartphone "to support wireless charging"
The feature has been embraced by rival manufacturers, including Samsung and Microsoft, but is yet to make it to HTC's One range.
Amazon introduces unlimited storage option on Cloud Drive
The company follows the likes of Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox, who have had an unlimited storage plan available for sometime.
“Bloodline” actor eyed to join Felicity Jones in “Star Wars: Rogue One”
Chris Weitz is writing the script based on a story by ILM’s Oscar-winning VFX supervisor John Knoll, though plot details are being hidden.
Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey to star in "Billionaire's Vinegar"
The film is based on the book by Benjamin Wallace, titled "The Billionaire's Vinegar: The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine."
“Dope” breakout Sundance comedy unveils new trailer
Shameik Moore stars as a young man tasked with juggling his many academic pursuits while trying to survive in a tough LA neighborhood.
History Channel renews "Vikings" hit series for Season 4
""Vikings" established itself as one of the most compelling, visually stunning dramas on television," says History general manager.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams to topline “Nocturnal Animals” thriller
Gyllenhaal next stars in Antoine Fuqua’s “Southpaw,” which is expected to pack quite the punch when it hits theaters in July.
ANCA calls for increased U.S. aid to Armenia, Artsakh, Javakhk
“More than 20 years since the ceasefire established, Karabakh is still suffering from significant infrastructure damage,” Nahapetian said.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in talks to star in, produce "Force Majeure" remake
"Force Majeure" actually is a Swedish drama that tells the story "of a family staying in a resort in the French Alps."
OPCW to probe allegations of Syrian chlorine gas attack: Reuters
A group monitoring Syria's war has accused govt. forces of conducting the attack on Sarmin, not far from the Turkish border.
ANCC readies motion to declare April Genocide Remembrance Month
“This motion reaffirms Canada’s commitment to the important cause of genocide prevention,” ANCC President Girair Basmajian said.
Japan economy recovery remains fragile
The unemployment rate, however, fell to 3.5% in the same time period - close to what economists see as full employment.