By Dylan Welch and Hamid Shalizi KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan will send a team to Qatar for peace talks with the Taliban, President Hamid Karzai said on Tuesday, as the U.S.-led NATO coalition launched the final phase of the 12-year war with the last round of security transfers to Afghan forces. Karzai's announcement was the first possible step forward in the peace process, which has struggled to achieve results despite many attempts, and is likely to be applauded by his Western backers. ...
Week four of The Bachelorette brought tears, love and laughter to the 13 remaining contestants vying for Desiree's heart. See the 7 most surprising moments from the Mr. America pageant, one-on-one dates and more below. News: The Bachelorette' Week In Review: Desiree Hartsock Forgets Ben Scott's Name, Chris Harrison Is Launching a Wine Line and More Bye Bye Brad Unfortunately Brad's carnival date wasn't all fun and games as Des revealed he would not be getting the one-on-one rose. Brad seemed shocked, but we're happy Desiree didn't lead him on with his young son at home. Bachelors Show Off Their “Talent” While we’re glad the guys had fun with the Mr. America pageant, we have to admit their "talents" were quite surprising. From Chris prancing around in heels to Bryden hip thrusting, we don't even know what to think! Thankfully Zak W. came out of the woodworks with his charming song for Des. Chiseled Abs? Yes Please! Let's be honest—who doesn't want to look at eleven sets of chiseled abs? We definitely won't turn down all that eye candy! The Joys of Jame’s One-On-One Prep James won us over before the date even began as he prepped with a relaxing bubble bath and glass of wine. What else are you supposed to do when all the other contestants are gone? Everyone needs a little rest and relaxation! Shock of Hurricane Sandy Destruction Des switched up the usual luxury date for a helicopter ride with the Red Cross to see the destruction of Hurricane Sandy. Both James and Des were teary eyed after viewing the shocking remains and hearing firsthand from Jan and Manny what it was like to lose everything in the storm. The Greatest Love of All: Jan and Manny We officially have a new favorite couple on the show—Jan and Manny! How can you not love these two? From their reaction to the surprise trip to Atlantic City to their 38 year marriage, these two lovebirds stole the show in our eyes! No Love For Bryden We were a little nervous tonight as our front-runner Bryden almost went home—voluntarily! After feeling unsure about Des' feelings, Bryden was pushed over the edge being the only contestant to not receive one-on-one time during the group date. Thankfully Des reassured him at the cocktail party that she definitely she wants him around for the long hall. News: The 6 Most Shocking Moments From 'Bachelorette' Episode Three Who is your favorite so far The Bachelorette? Tell us @OKMagazine and comment in the section below with your pick! Photo credit: Courtesy of ABC
You think of all of the young actors trying to make it in movies, and they likely all look to Ryan Gosling as the model, considering how well he has done without losing his indie cred. That makes Iain De Caestecker the luckiest young guy, in that Gosling chose him for the lead of his directorial debut, How To Catch A Monster. Gosling undertook a wide search but chose De Caestecker to play Christina Hendricks’ character’s son, a loner with an active imagination who is the catalyst for this film. De Caestecker is a Scottish actor who played the male lead in two high-profile BBC series: the BAFTA-winning The Fades and Young James Herriot. He starred opposite Alice Englert in the thriller Fear which played at Sundance and next stars with James McAvoy and Jim Broadbent in Filth. He’s done well in a short time in the U.S. On his first trip to Los Angeles, and landed a series regular role on the Marvel/ABC/Joss Whedon pilot S.H.I.E.L.D., which is going to series. So even though right now this guy is a walking typo to people like me, soon we might all be able to spell his name without looking it up. Anonymous Content, WME and Hamilton Hodell rep him. Related:
West is just a point on the compass, there to the left as you face north. But throughout history, the west has been associated with freedom and fresh starts. Explorers, dreamers, iconoclasts, and opportunity seekers have always followed the sun. The west has tugged at the imagination since the earliest epochs of Indo-European migration.
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