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Bloodborne Walkthrough Part 4 - TINY MUSIC BOX (PS4 Exclusive) Bloodborne Walkthrough Part 4 - PS4 Exclusive Including Review, First Impressions, Prologue - Ending - 1080p PS4 Bloodborne Gameplay with commentary throughout SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE ...
Hunterrr Tunes - Making Of The Music - Gulshan Devaiah ,Radhika Apte ,Sai Tamhankar The music is a very integral part of the movie Hunterrr and there is a sneak peek into what went down while the great music of this movie was being created. Enjoy this Music Making video...
Happy Birthday SMITE - Music Video (Katy Perry Parody) Thanks to every single one of our fans for making our first birthday AWESOME! And thank to everyone that is apart of our music video and the SMITE community - we love all of you! Thanks these...
Father - Suicide Party (feat. Slug Christ & KeithCharles Spacebar) (Official Music Video) Purchase Who's Gonna Get F***** First? on iTunes now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/whos-gonna-get-f*****-first/id977846031 Directed by Sia (BluntGutsNation), Mike Ellwood & Father Edited...
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The global fund created to spearhead climate change financing was born out of the UN summit in Copenhagen in 2009, when developed countries made a political commitment to mobilise $100 billion annually for developing countries by 2020The global fund created to spearhead climate change financing has selected its first partners to channel funds to developing countries, but says it needs donor nations to move fast in transforming cash pledges into commitments. At a three-day meeting that ended late Thursday, the board of the South Korea-based Green Climate Fund (GCF) approved seven intermediaries to funnel cash to projects in poor countries. "The is a very important milestone for the fund, and opens the door to what will eventually be a comprehensive network of institutions around the globe," GCF executive director Hela Cheikhrouhou told AFP on Friday. The seven entities approved this week ranged from national conservation groups based in Senegal and Peru, as well as multilateral agencies like the Asian Development Bank.
The global fund created to spearhead climate change financing was born out of the UN summit in Copenhagen in 2009, when developed countries made a political commitment to mobilise $100 billion annually for developing countries by 2020The global fund created to spearhead climate change financing has selected its first partners to channel funds to developing countries, but says it needs donor nations to move fast in transforming cash pledges into commitments. At a three-day meeting that ended late Thursday, the board of the South Korea-based Green Climate Fund (GCF) approved seven intermediaries to funnel cash to projects in poor countries. "The is a very important milestone for the fund, and opens the door to what will eventually be a comprehensive network of institutions around the globe," GCF executive director Hela Cheikhrouhou told AFP on Friday. The seven entities approved this week ranged from national conservation groups based in Senegal and Peru, as well as multilateral agencies like the Asian Development Bank.
Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter before a close national election in Britain, turning in a stronger performance than Labour leader Ed Miliband, a poll showed on Thursday. The snap Guardian/ICM poll showed 54 percent of those asked thought Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party, had won, compared to 46 percent who judged Miliband had triumphed. Both men were subjected to back-to-back but separate live TV interviews and question and answer sessions with a studio audience. Cameron conceded he'd made mistakes during his five years in power, but implored voters to give him a second term to finish the job of rebuilding the economy.
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday conceded he'd made mistakes during his five years in power during a special pre-election interview, but implored voters to give him a second term to finish the job of rebuilding the economy. Opinion polls indicate neither Cameron's Conservatives nor the opposition Labour Party will win an overall majority on May 7 as millions of voters turn to Nigel Farage's anti-EU UKIP party and the separatist Scottish National Party (SNP). Subjected to his toughest cross-examination in years by veteran journalist Jeremy Paxman, Cameron appeared uncharacteristically unsettled and conceded he'd broken a pledge to cut immigration and hadn't cut the deficit fast enough.
Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi will seek a "Marshall Plan" from Arab leaders to aid his war-torn country, his foreign minister told pan-Arab Al Jazeera TV on Thursday. Hadi departed Yemen earlier on Thursday with Saudi assistance en route to an Arab summit in Egypt, quitting his base in the Southern port city of Aden which is within striking distance of Houthi rebels determined to unseat him. "Hadi will discuss with Arab leaders a Marshall plan to aid Yemen," Riyadh Yaseen was quoted as saying, referring to a major economic stimulus for Europe after World War Two.
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