Bradley Cooper, 44, and Irina Shayk, 33, breaking up was apparently "no surprise", a source told ET. "They haven't been getting along for quite some time and seemed to be holding on to their relationship for the sake of their daughter," the source said, referring to the couple's two-year-old girl, Lea De Seine. "Those closest to them had high hopes that when Bradley completed promoting A Star Is Born, they would find time to work out their differences, but things only got worse," said the source. "Some of their friends feel they never truly got a chance to know each other outside of being a family, and it was just all too much too fast." According to the source on ET, Shayk is "unhappy" with the actor's work schedule. "Irina truly had high hopes for their future together and felt once the baby was born, they would find the time to marry but that never came to fruition," the source said. "She wanted more from Bradley in every way. But she was unhappy and felt he spent too … [Read more...] about Did A Star Is Born cause Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk to break up?
TOKYO: The United States and China must work out a new model of constructive cooperation for the world to arrive at another stable global order, said Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Thursday (May 30). Mr Heng, who is on a three-day visit to Japan, was addressing the 25th Nikkei Future of Asia conference themed "Seeking A New Global Order - Overcoming The Chaos". Mr Heng said both countries must rebuild trust in their relationship, which he described as the most important bilateral relationship that is key to continued peace and prosperity both in Asia and the world. “For any relationship to be sustainable, there has to be some give-and-take from both sides. "Both sides must make an effort to avoid escalation by managing their domestic politics. Each party needs to understand the domestic constraints and red lines of the other side for negotiations to be constructive,” he said. READ: Singapore hopes China, US can cooperate while competing - DPM Heng … [Read more...] about US, China need to work out ‘constructive cooperation’ to achieve stable global order: DPM Heng
ATHENS - The Greek government is eager to continue cooperation with China in the post-pandemic era, as China has contributed significantly to Greece's economic recovery in recent years, Greek Minister of Development and Investments Adonis Georgiadis told Xinhua in a recent interview. The COVID-19 pandemic plunged the Greek economy into recession. The country has just started to recover after a severe decade-long debt crisis that pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. Priorities and timetables in the government's plans have changed, as has happened across the world. As mass vaccinations have brought hope for an exit from the health crisis, Greece wants to return to the right track and resume its collaboration with China in many fields at full speed, the minister said. "We are eager to continue our plans and our follow-up of investments here in Greece and find ways to leave behind all this pandemic crisis and continue our lives," Georgiadis said, ahead of the "two sessions" in … [Read more...] about Greece eager to continue cooperation with China in post-pandemic era, says minister
The Hanoitimes - The establishment of communication channel under the agreement is instrumental in the fight against trade frauds and illegal transshipment, said Deputy Minister of Finance Vu Thi Mai. Vietnam and US on December 6 signed an agreement to boost customs cooperation, creating a legal basis for efficient and smooth relations between the two countries’ customs authorities, stated Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) in a statement. The signing ceremony. Source: MoF. The agreement reiterated Vietnam’s stance on actively integrating in the world economy, and is part of the efforts to realize its commitments in various free trade agreements (FTAs) for trade facilitation, added the MoF. US Deputy Chief of Mission in Vietnam Caryn R. McCelland said after 25 years of diplomatic relations, Vietnam and the US have now become “reliable and responsible partners”. US Deputy Chief of Mission in Vietnam Caryn R. McCelland. Source: MoF. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, US sign agreement on customs cooperation
Video Player Close BEIJING, March 3 (Xinhua) -- The United States and China have reasons and must cooperate now to stop the COVID-19 pandemic which has entered its second year with new variants emerging around the world, scholars said in an article Tuesday. "The urgent task of bringing the pandemic under control can only be accomplished through global coordination, which requires the active engagement of the two largest economies in the world," said an article co-authored by Cheng Li, director of the John L. Thornton China Center with the U.S. think tank Brookings Institution, and Ryan McElveen, associate director of the center. "Here are ten reasons that the U.S. and China must cooperate now to stop the pandemic," they said in the article on the website of the Brookings Institute. First, the United States and China should resume the tradition of public health cooperation, they said, noting that the two countries have a long history of collaborating to combat virtually … [Read more...] about U.S., China have reasons to cooperate to stop pandemic: scholars
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh on March 2 led a Vietnam delegation to attend a virtual Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting, during which he affirmed Vietnam, as an active and responsible member of the ASEAN Community, commits to working with other member states of the bloc in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Vietnam will back and help the ASEAN Chair in 2021 to fulfill its tasks and speed up the building of the Community, he stated, stressing that boosting relations with partners, and maintaining dialogues and cooperation bear important significance for the building process. Deputy PM Minh noted that escalating violence and tensions, which have caused human losses in recent days in Myanmar, have affected peace and stability in not only Myanmar but also the whole region. He called on parties involved to restrain and avoid all violent activities, ensure … [Read more...] about Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting: Vietnam, ASEAN cooperate to drive back pandemic