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U.S. actor George Clooney adjusts his bowtie as he arrives for the premiere of "Gravity" at the 70th Venice Film Festival in Venice in this file photo taken August 28, 2013.
George Clooney Reveals Wedding Details, Says He is Marrying Up by Choosing Amal Alamuddin

By IBTimes AU

George Clooney is set to marry Amal Alamuddin on September 20, 2014 in Venice Italy bringing to an end his perennial bachelorhood which has earned him a playboy reputation and even sparked homosexuality questions. (Jul 24)

MORE TOPICS: HUMAN RIGHTS, HOLLYWOOD, LAWYER, UNITED NATIONS

Viral Mother's Day Video: Seeds through Google Glass [Watch YouTube Clip]

By IBTimes AU

With Mother's Day around the bend, Google Glass uploads an emotional video on YouTube which immediately goes viral the moment it was published after it earned over 56,000 views within the day. (May 09)

MORE TOPICS: INDIA, LOS ANGELES

George Clooney Gives Away His Heart to Amal Alamuddin: Five Things to Know About Silver Fox Future Wife

By IBTimes AU

George Clooney is reportedly engaged. The actor, whose heart is a tough nut to crack, now belongs to international lawyer and scholar Amal Alamuddin. According to reports Alamuddin was spotted with a big rock on her finger while having dinner at Mali... (Apr 28)

MORE TOPICS: TWITTER, JULIA GILLARD, LAWYER, SILVER, LONDON

Wikileaks has cited Subramanian Swamy as the source who revealed to a US department officer that Indira Gandhi is set to declare elections in 1977. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Subramanian Swamy Dubbed ‘CIA Agent’ after Wikileaks Revelation

By IBTimes IN

Wikileaks has cited Subramanian Swamy as the source who revealed to a US department officer that Indira Gandhi is set to declare elections in 1977. (Apr 26)

MORE TOPICS: ELECTIONS, INDIA, CANCER, CONGRESS

The cocaine is estimated to have a street value of £170m (Reuters)
What's in a Name for "Cocaine"? Drug Charges

By IBTimes AU

A man in Florida, USA named Edward Cocaine surely lives to his name when he faced with charges for possession of illegal drugs. (Apr 22)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, FLORIDA

Official Rejects 'WikiLeaks' For a Baby Name, How About Other Techie Names?

By IBTimes AU

New parents definitely cannot use WikiLeaks as name for their baby but they can still explore other techie names for their beloved child. (Apr 10)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, CALIFORNIA, GERMANY, FACEBOOK, SONY

George Clooney/REUTERS
‘The Monuments Men’ Star George Clooney is Dating the Hottest Lawyer in the U.K: Check out who she is!

By IBTimes AU

Hollywood's most eligible bachelor, George Clooney, was seen arm in arm with a very hot brunette during the screening of his World War II movie, "The Monument's Men". (Feb 27)

MORE TOPICS: HUMAN RIGHTS, UNITED NATIONS, WHITE HOUSE, INTERNATIONAL LAW, LAWYER, CRIMINAL LAW

Julian Assange Action figure (Credit thatsmyface.com)
Edward Snowden, Julian Assange Action Figures: Hilarious Life-like Toys Sold for $99 [Videos]

By IBTimes IN

Action figures or life-like toys of Edward Snowden and Julian Assange are sold for $99 by Thatsmyface.com. (Feb 19)

Cate Blanchett celebrates winning Best Actress for "Blue Jasmine" at the BAFTA awards ceremony in London
BAFTA Awards 2014: Surprise Winners from Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Chiwetel Ejiofor to Barkhad Abdi, Plus Complete List of Winners [PHOTOS]

By IBTimes AU

The British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) turned out to be a surprise in case of the winners this year. "American Hustle" actress Jennifer Lawrence beat this season's favorite "12 Years a Slave" actress Lupita Nyong'o for ... (Feb 17)

MORE TOPICS: OPRAH WINFREY

Wikileaks Founder Assange waving last June from the window of Ecuador's London embassy/Reuters
Text Messages from Victim of Alleged Rape, Molestation Prove Assange Innocent: Wikileak Affidavit

By IBTimes IN

In the affidavit, which has been published on the WikiLeaks website, Julian Assange tries to prove his innocence, citing the text message sent by the alleged victims. (Feb 04)

MORE TOPICS: TWITTER, EUROPEAN UNION, COURT, SUPREME COURT, LONDON